MEZZANINE Floor Rack Type Cold Storage
A mezzanine floor rack type cold storage is a type of cold storage facility that uses mezzanine floors to increase storage capacity. Mezzanine floors are intermediate floors that are installed between the main floors of a building, creating additional storage space.
In a mezzanine floor rack-type cold storage, the racks are installed on the mezzanine floors, which are accessed by stairs or a lift. This allows for more storage space to be created in the same amount of floor space. The racks are designed to withstand the weight of the stored products and the mezzanine floor and are typically made of steel.
The cold storage system used in a mezzanine floor rack type cold storage is similar to other types of cold storage facilities. The facility is cooled using a refrigeration system that maintains a low temperature, typically between -18°C to -25°C. The refrigeration system consists of a compressor, evaporator, condenser, and other components that work together to remove heat from the air and maintain the desired temperature.
The benefits of a mezzanine floor rack type cold storage include:
- Increased storage capacity: The use of mezzanine floors allows for more storage space to be created in the same amount of floor space.
- Efficient use of space: The use of vertical space allows for more efficient use of space, which can be especially useful in facilities with limited floor space.
- Easy access: The use of stairs or a lift makes it easy to access the mezzanine floor, and the racks can be designed for easy loading and unloading.
- Customizable design: Mezzanine floor rack-type cold storage can be designed to meet specific storage requirements and can be customized to fit the needs of the facility.
However, it is important to note that the installation of a mezzanine floor rack-type cold storage requires proper design and engineering to ensure the safety and stability of the structure. It is also important to maintain the refrigeration system to ensure efficient and safe operation