Greenworks provide a full range of Cold Rooms – walk in freezers, chillers and environmentally controlled rooms, with bespoke doors, racking, lighting and flooring.
Our projects team can deliver the perfect solution to suit your exact requirements; whatever the temperature and Relative Humidity conditions you need.
We build to our clients’ required dimensions, to ensure that the room will make optimum use of the available floor space. Size is no limit and whether you require a small, walk-in or commercial cold room, or a large-scale cold store complex we can design, build, service and maintain the room of your choice.
The structure is typically formed from Polyisocyanurate (PIR) panels. PIR is a superb insulation material that has the added benefit of being fire retardant. The panels are finished as standard with white food-safe plastic-coated steel sheets, giving an attractive easy to clean surface both within and outside the room.
During manufacture, we can incorporate a plywood layer within insulated wall panels to support wall mounted fixtures. We can also incorporate Relative Humidity control into the room design.
Greenworks Cold Rooms can be supplied with modular insulated floors should one be required; in some cases, the floor can be recessed into the existing site flooring, providing a level floor entry at the doorway. A raised floor will have a step at the doorway or a ramp to provide easy access for trolleys.
Our cold stores generally have a remote refrigeration unit, so any noise and extracted heat is dissipated into an area away from the room. For rooms with critical requirements we can install ‘duty/ standby’ or ‘N+1’ refrigeration systems so that the cold room can continue to maintain conditions, even with one system in fault.
Heated door frames and vision panels are available for freezer rooms and high humidity rooms.
We usually include a dedicated control and alarm panel mounted adjacent to the room to show the conditions in the room and show an alarm for any deviation from the design conditions. Alarms can be visible, audible, via SMS text message or linked into the Building Management System. Additional alarms may be incorporated for trapped personnel or humidity.