cold storageProtecting your perishable products or shipments from climate changes is imperative, even more so with the summer heat starting to bare down on us. Warehouses with climate control storage, convenience stores with refrigerated sections, and grocery stores with meat freezers all need to do a thorough exam of their cold storage rooms.

One of the quickest ways to lose heat from your cold storage is to have a cold storage door not working properly. Whether the seal is malfunctioning or the door simply is inefficient, losses from spoilage and energy alike can take a financial toll on your business.

Spoilage Loss

If your business store perishable items like seafood, meats, and frozen goods, the resulting loss from spoilage could have a heavy impact on your bottom line. Large quantities of food are lost at the retail level every year. While food spoilage is not the largest factor, it is a completely avoidable factor if the cold storage is working properly.

Energy Loss

Ill-fitted or worn out seals allows cold air to escape from the storage area. In turn, your thermostat consistently increases which means the refrigeration unit is perpetually attempting to lower the temperature. A few degrees here and there might not seem like a big deal, but the energy bill for an efficiently working cold storage unit compared to an inefficient one will be.

At Vortex, we have the knowledge and experience to repair or replace any cold storage door. Even if a part has become obsolete over time, our network of suppliers and resources allow us to locate or fabricate parts specifically for your door.

ColdDoorsCold Storage Door Options:

  • Freezer Doors
  • Cooler Doors
  • Self-Closing Doors
  • Distribution Doors and Storage Doors
  • Manual Doors or Motor Operated Doors

We can provide immediate assistance for convenience stores, restaurants, and grocery stores, servicing common cold storages such as deli cases, beverage cooler doors, meat department doors, produce and floral area doors. We understand that with every passing second and every rising degree, your products shelf-life is at stake. For immediate and emergency assistance, contact us at 800-698-6783.

For more information about cold storage doors, contact Vortex Doors or give us a call at 800-698-6783.

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