It’s no secret that cooling and heating systems have the highest energy requirements in food manufacturing facilities. Rising energy costs and environmental consciousness have motivated food manufacturers to develop processing systems that reduce energy consumption and release fewer emissions.

Absorption cooling technology just might be the right solution for the energy challenges faced by the industry. Vapor absorption machines are electricity-free cooling units with very low operational costs. They also come with the potential to run on heat recovered from the facility’s existing processes, thereby reducing GHG emissions.

Read this blog from Thermax here.