Refrigerated Shipping Containers

Why are they named reefers?

Refrigerated shipping containers are generally known as reefers. A reefer is defined as "a refrigerator (particularly 1 large enough to become walked into), a refrigerator auto, ship or truck." Reefers play an essential part in international trade. They let corporations to ship products for instance fruits, vegetables, dairy items along with other products requiring refrigeration whilst in transit. Reefers ensure goods are shipped at the optimal temperature, humidity and ventilation levels needed for the item they're transporting. Reefer containers are usually fitted with individual refrigeration units that hook in directly together with the cargo or reefer ships' electrical supply. Refrigerated container vessels are particularly developed to let for the transport of individual refrigerated container units and they're usually located in special places of your ships cargo hold. Some contemporary ships contain water cooling systems and some reefers are fitted with redundant cooling systems to ensure perishable cargo will not be spoiled because of a refrigeration unit going undesirable.

Reefers are certainly not just for ships or transport, they're the ideal resolution for ground or dock level temperature controlled storage. Reefers can maintain temperatures ranging from beneath 0 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit making them the perfect fit for any organization requiring temperature sensitive storage. The containers are obtainable in 20 ft and 40 ft lengths and electric powered. Electric powered systems are more efficient at the same time as quieter than diesel powered units. Our electric units usually do not release any damaging emissions, creating them safer for the environment also. These containers are fantastic for food manufacturers/distributors, grocery stores, schools, restaurants and hotels as well because the pharmaceutical/biomedical business. These units is often bought or rented and are out there for quick or long term use also as for seasonal rentals.

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