Commercial Cold Storage News & Tips

Understanding Mold Prevention in EPS Panel Coolers: The Role of Inorganic EPS Foam

When it comes to storing perishable goods in a temperature-controlled environment, such as a walk-in cooler or freezer, mold growth is a significant concern. The same concern is held by the agricultural industry. Mold not only compromises food or crop safety but also poses health risks and can lead to regulatory compliance issues. Fortunately, EPS (expanded polystyrene) foam panels offer a reliable solution for mold prevention.

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Understanding the Benefits of EPS Foam vs. Urethane Foam Insulated Metal Panels

When it comes to constructing walk-in coolers, freezers, and other temperature-controlled environments, choosing the right insulated metal panels (IMPs) is crucial. Two common options for insulation cores are expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam and polyurethane (PU or urethane) foam. While each has its advantages, it’s essential to consider the potential drawbacks of urethane foam panels.

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Understanding the Costs of Building a Walk-In Cooler or Freezer

When it comes to expanding or upgrading your business, investing in a walk-in cooler or freezer can be a game-changer. Whether you’re in the food service industry, pharmaceuticals, or any other field requiring temperature-controlled storage, understanding the costs involved is crucial for effective planning and decision-making.

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