Hench Control Introduces New Controller.
Each Blast Freezer Controller will control up eight blast cells. It will adjust suction pressure in the engine room, so that the compressors can use a higher suction pressure when the blast freezers are not being used, thus saving energy. It utilizes the intermittent cooling technique pioneered by Hench over 15 years ago at a California facility. Intermittent cooling reduces fan heat removal at the end of the blast cycle, thus saving energy.
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|Publication:||Frozen Food Digest|
|Date:||Feb 1, 2000|
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