Cold Front installs cold rooms and walk-in storages for commercial and industrial applications. We offer fully customized cold room solutions as well as modular systems that vary in range and scale. Our proprietary Cold Front Automated Management System (CAMS) combines the benefits of variable frequency drives (VFD) and monitoring for scalable automation solutions for cold storage. We also fit out each cold room with temperature-appropriate, food-grade shelving systems.
Walk-in chillers and freezers are refrigerated units typically comprised of fabricated cold room panels and either remote/split or self-contained cooling equipment. These are widely used in restaurants, hotels, supermarkets, mid-size cold chain operations, and food productions.
When walk-in units use double or triple glazed heated glass doors, they serve as both display showcases and storage – making them ideal for convenience stores, hypermarts, and retail warehouses.
For customers with moderate capacity requirements, limited space, and short lead times, Cold Front offers the optimal solution of modular cold rooms with wall-mounted monoblock equipment (wherein the compressor, condenser and evaporator are combined in a simplified single caseblock).
Climate or temperature controlled rooms are used in a variety of industries where products are manufactured or livestock are raised to exact performance calibrations. This is only possible with precisely set temperature and climate parameters.
Cold Front harnesses its expertise in refrigeration, HVAC and automation to ensure precision performance, specific deliverables, and consistent quality control. Each temperature-controlled facility is specifically designed, built, and maintained to meet our customers exacting requirements.
Industrial cold storage require large-scale, fully customized cold rooms and large- capacity cooling equipment. Cold Front works closely with our customers and our global suppliers in designing and planning these cold storage solutions. We take into consideration multiple critical factors such as site conditions, client specifications, budget provisions, usage, operations, and time allocations.
Panel materials and thickness; door and curtain design; and cooling equipment are specifically chosen, depending on the purpose and size of each room within the cold storage complex. Engineering and construction also takes into account storage racking arrangement and work process flow.
Our proprietary Cold Front Automated Management System (CAMS) can further optimize our cold storage solutions by integrating Variable Frequency Drives (VFD) with Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA). CAMS enables greater efficiencies in operation and energy use, streamlined and remote control, and effective facilities management.