Cold Stores HumidificationHigh pressure fog humidification keeps humidity at a target set point in order to reduce shrinkage and maintain product weights in refrigerated cold storage environments.
The control of humidity levels at extreme low temperatures presents unique challenges that the MicroCool system is perfectly poised to meet.
Cold stores generally hold large quantities of vegetables and perishable goods, which can deteriorate rapidly in low humidity. The chillers and coolers in these applications “strip” the air of any water, reducing humidity. Fork lift and personnel traffic can also quickly change the humidity level. This water deficit needs to be continually replaced to maintain proper humidity levels.
The amount of water required to raise the humidity level at these low temperatures is extremely small. The MicroCool system uses different stages of nozzles to speed up the recovery process if required.