COOL THE FOOD NOT THE AIR
Food simulator is shaping up as a green solution in the food and beverage industry. It has been tested many times by independent organizations and has been proven to reduce energy consumption by 20% and the number of compressor startups by up to 70%.
Food Simulator for Cold Rooms, Refrigerators and Coolers…
It is easily mounted on the thermostat sensor. It acts like chilled food, allowing the refrigeration system to receive data from the chilled food, not from the ambient air.
In other words, the cooling information is taken from the food simulator, which changes less often than the ambient air temperature changes frequently.
In systems working with the Food Simulator, the average temperature of the cooled food falls below normal operating conditions. While the energy consumed remains the same, the decrease in food temperature allows the system efficiency to increase by up to 20%.
The thermostat monitors the air temperature in the cold environment and decides when the compressor will start and stop. The food simulator, which consists of a two-layer structure, is designed to simulate the temperature 10mm below the food surface. It does not allow the food to go above or below certain degrees by heating and cooling before the food at the turning points.
Less energy consumption, fewer start-ups, less maintenance and a greener environment
As long as the food temperature remains constant, refrigeration cycles will occur with less frequency and duration.
More efficient operation, reduced number of activations, less CO2 emissions, extended device life and reduced noise can be listed as the benefits of this system.In coolers, the number of hours the compressor starts up is the most important factor that determines the maintenance frequency of the system. With the food simulator, the number of activations is reduced by up to 70%. The effect of the number of activations on the compressor life is equivalent to 10 hours of operation in the normal operating regime of the compressor, according to researches. While the food simulator will extend the life of the cooling system, it will also reduce maintenance and repair costs.