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Coldstore
Systems

The controlled environment insulated panel systems are designed for use within temperature controlled and hygiene-safe environments such as: food processing, deep freeze, cold/chill store and clean rooms for bio-technology and pharmaceutical industries.
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Profiles: Flat/Flat, Flat/ Rib. Rib/ Rib
Application: Food, chill, frozen, agriculture
Thickness:  50mm to 200mm
Lengths: From 2m to 13.7m*
Fire rating:  FM approved
Cleaning: The innovative joint system has been designed to withstand high pressure washing and regular cleaning.
Use: Suitable for use internally and externally
 
* Please be aware that for orders outside Australia, maximum lengths are 11.8m. 

Dimensions, Weight & Thermal Performance


Core Thickness (mm)
50 75 100 125 150 200

R-Value (m2K/W)
2.65 3.90 5.15 6.40  
7.65
 
10.15

U-Value (w/m2K)
0.38 0.26 0.19 0.16 0.13 0.10

Weight (kg/m2) 0.5 steel / 0.5 steel
10.0 11.0 12.0 13.0 14.0 16.0

* The R-values / U-values have been calculated using the method required by the appropriate National Building Regulations.

 


 

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Technical Information

Product Dimensions
Datasheet
CAD Details
Application- Cold Storage
Application- Chilled Storage
Application- Food Processing
Fire
Environmental
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Cold storage by definition is a temperature-controlled environment held at between -40ºC to 0ºC, used for the preservation and long term storage of perishable products in order to maintain their quality and nutritional value. Many of today's perishable products are quick frozen (ultra rapid freezing to very low temperatures of -30ºC to -40ºC) and then stored at -18ºC (unless specific products require different temperatures). Examples of various air-based cold environments include: Blast freezers; Carton / box freezers; Tunnel freezers; Fluidised (individual quick freezing); Spiral freezers; Deep freezers.

Chilled storage by definition is a temperature-controlled environment used for the short term storage of perishable products held at temperatures of 0ºC to +5ºC in order to maintain their quality and safety. Schedule 4 (Temperature Control Requirements) of the 2006 Food Hygiene Regulations required that in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, foods which are likely to support the growth of pathogenic micro-organisms or the formulation of toxins, be held at 0ºC to +5ºC unless specific products require different temperatures.

Chilled areas are also used to remove heat from products, to reduce the load on refrigeration systems. Examples of the various food types include:

  • Dairy products: Milk; ripened, soft or semi-hard cheeses; dairy-based desserts; mousses and products containing whipped cream;
  • Cooked products: Meat; fish; eggs; milk; cereals and vegetables;
  • Smoked or cured ready-to-eat meat or fish: Sliced hams; salamis and bacon;
  • Prepared ready-to-eat foods: Vegetables; salads and fruit salads;
  • Uncooked or partly-cooked pastry or dough products: Pizzas, sausage rolls and fresh pasta;
  • Raw materials (meat), ingredients, intermediate products and finished products.

 

UltraTemp panels deliver exceptional technical performance, and are perfect for use within chilled storage environments.

Food processing by definition is a temperature-controlled and hygiene-safe environment used for the preparation, production and processing of food, with a temperature range of +10ºC to +18ºC. 

The regulations contain specific requirements for the design and construction of premises where open food is stored or prepared. All food premises should consider the following main criteria:

  • Prevent the formation of condensation and mould growth;
  • Surfaces must have a smooth, impervious, non-absorbent, non-toxic and durable finish;
  • Surfaces must be capable of being repeatedly cleaned and disinfected without deterioration and shredding of particles;
  • All junctions between walls and floors, walls and ceilings and vertical wall angles should be finished to prevent the accumulation of dirt (the use of suitable coving being recommended);
  • All joint gaps to be sealed, to prevent the growth of disease-producing bacteria.

Kingspan KS1100 CS panels deliver exceptional technical performance, and are perfect for use within food processing environments.

FM APPROVED



Kingspan panels meet the highest property loss prevention product testing and certification standards. It’s a The FM mark is recognised by the world’s leading regulatory authorities.
 
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 Kingspan Architectural Wall Panels have achieved a GreenTagCert™ Gold Plus certification with a GreenRate® Level A.
 

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