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The More You Know About Freezers, the More You Will Look to Advanced Equipment Inc. as Your Reliable Supplier
Advanced Freezers to help you know more about freezers; present a series of articles and reports from industry experts for your perusal.

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Freezing Methods
You will find up to date information on both Mechanical freezer systems Cryogenic freezers systems 90 percent provided by mechanical systems, Detailed information on cryogenic freezers and CO2 and LN2
Mech. Efficiency
An informative article by a highly respected engineer. presented at ASHAE Energy efficiency in mechanical refrigeration systems for the meat industry G. C. Briley
Economic Appraisal
The now famous article by Clyde L. Rasmussen ECONOMIC APPRAISAL OF FREEZING METHODS US DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Cryogenics VS Mechanical Freezing Systems
A very informative report on the trade-offs in freezing with some ideas on pre-cooling that may surprise you. We think this is required reading. Cryogenics VS Mechanical Freezing Systems
Measurement of Temperature
Techniques to the measurement of temperature in products that relate to accuracy, ease-of-use, cost, and just plain risk of getting some really bad results. From: Kolbe and Krame , Planning Seafood Freezing) 2001
Terminology
Common Terms Used in Food Freezing Industry This helps get you up to speed on the industry language and what they mean
Cost Analysis
Components of the freezing cost equation The physical freezer plant is only part of your freezing cost. Freezing cost is the total cost to freeze a product
Refrigeration Load
How to calculate the heat loads When cooling or freezing a product
Fruit and Vegetable specifications
Fruit and Vegetable specifications
Low Temp. Refigeration
This article covers low temperature systems, in general, including single stage, compound or direct staging, and cascade staging. It reviews the fundamentals of refrigeration to give a better understanding of why one type of system may be selected for one installation, and a different system for another.
Circuits and feeds
This article covers circuits and feeds terminology that are often used interchangeably at coil manufacturers. In water coils the #feeds is the number of tubes that leave the supply header and go into the coil.