By Eda Isaksson, May 23, 2019, 09:58 • 1 minute reading
Steenwijk Flowers will use cold-storage system from Celtic Cooling mainly in the summer.
Photo by John-Mark Smith on Unsplash.
A large-scale summer flower producer Steenwijk Flowers located in Abbenes, Netherlands will soon deploy a propane chiller with secondary glycol for cold storage.
The installation, which will be done in the coming months, is custom-designed and produced by Celtic Cooling, a Netherlands-based manufacturer specializing in the design and installation of bespoke refrigeration and freezer installations, air conditioning systems and other solutions. Its chillers offer capacities ranging rom 5 to 1,000 kW.
“More and more customers want to operate socially and be environmental responsible.”
– Siebe Duivenvoorden, Celtic Cooling
The system will be used mainly during the summer, and partly during the winter, said Siebe Duivenvoorden, account manager for Celtic Cooling.
Celtic Cooling has installed several propane chillers in addition to other cooling installations based on CO2 and ammonia, he said.
“For each circumstance we try to find the most suitable solution based on the demands of the project in combination with the current financial situation and regulation,” said Duivenvoorden. “More and more customers want to operate socially and be environmental responsible.”