Use the benefits of expansion insulation nails in cold storage

by:MPS     2020-10-02

cold storage with the benefits of expansion heat preservation nail

known, cold storage is mainly used as food, dairy, meat, aquatic products, poultry, fruit, cold drinks, such as constant temperature storage. Together is a kind of low temperature air conditioning equipment, cold storage, A cold storage) Also is a kind of refrigeration equipment compared with the refrigerator, the refrigeration area is much larger, but their refrigeration principle is the same. Here we want to ask, cold storage and thermal insulation nails touch what? In this HeJian heat preservation nail factory professional and technical personnel for your detailed answers:

we all know that the cold storage due to heat insulation or sealed performance is poor, cause the cold energy loss is big, poor heat insulation performance is due to the pipeline, such as the warehouse heat insulation wall insulation layer thickness is not enough, heat insulation and heat preservation effect is bad, it is mainly the design when choosing improper or construction of insulation layer thickness of heat preservation material as a result of poor quality.

expansion insulation nails used in the construction process, the heat preservation material of the insulation moistureproof performance is likely to be damage to insulation layer be affected with damp be affected with damp, deformation, erosion, and even the loss of heat insulation, cold storage and cold quantity loss increase, library temperature slowed down significantly. Lead to loss of cold sealing performance is poor, another important reason is the warehouse more hot air from the air leakage into warehouse.

cold storage expansion heat preservation nail effective to eliminate the occurrence of the phenomenon, is one of the first parts of cold storage

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