Unlocking opportunities for energy savings
Jan Svallingson says air curtains are gaining widespread acceptance in supermarkets and cold storage facilities owing to their contribution to the reduction of overall energy consumption. “You avoid cold air leaking out, which means the cooling equipment doesn’t have to work that much,” he says. “By showcasing the decrease in energy bills such solutions offer, owners of cold rooms and big supermarket chains have a better understanding of the financial savings they can achieve.” Svallingson says further savings can be realised in the use of air curtains that have more sophisticated controls and offer more automation adjusting to user requirements. “These are the things that people are asking for because this is what helps with day-to-day operations,” he says, adding the sector is adapting to these shifting demands.
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