Hubbard Systems is now supplying the Quick-box range of coldrooms from Friulinox.
Designed to be a flexible, competitively priced cold storage solution, they are available in 22 sizes and with a comprehensive range of customisation options, making them suitable for a range of uses.
All options are the same height (2,190mm) with the smallest being 1,640 (w) x 1,200 (d) mm and the largest 2,840 (w) x 2,000 (d) mm. Walls, ceiling and floor are made from 80mm-thick, 95% closed cell self-extinguishing polyurethane foam, assembled into Camlock type panels.
The interior floor is made of non-slip, plastic coated galvanised steel with rounded corner profiles, capable of supporting 1,000kg per square metre, with an option for a stainless steel floor capable of holding 1,500kg/m2 if extra weight capacity is required. The door seal is fitted with anti-condensate protection and the coldroom can be locked from the outside, but it also has an internal safety handle.
The Quick-box range is available as either a freezer or for chilled storage. Temperature is maintained by compact refrigeration blocks. These are mounted on the sidewall of the coldroom as standard, but are also available as ceiling-mounted units if required. They feature electronic control systems that should ensure temperature is maintained, with an optional connectivity feature that allows all data, including HACCP reports, to be managed remotely via Friulinox’s Cold Cloud service.
The sidewall-mounted option can be positioned to the right or the left of the door on most models, affording greater flexibility for where the coldrooms can be installed, depending on the available space.
A range of aluplast shelving is available if required, along with an optional PVC curtain for the door and a stainless steel ramp.
George Fell, area sales manager of Hubbard Systems, said: “Although it’s an off-the-shelf product, the Quick-box range is extremely flexible. Its range of sizes and options, and the different ways to mount the refrigeration system, allow it to be tailored to different sites.”