Distribution warehouse storage is planned and operated for a wide variety of cooled goods. To ensure that the products can be sold for the best price possible, they must be in perfect condition, regardless of whether they are packaged or unsealed goods, or in normal cold storage or freezers.
Regardless of the cooled goods themselves, the demands of the environment are usually complex. High stock turnover causes a high rate of traffic in the loading area. Debris from tires and pavements, as well as dust from cardboard boxes, is drawn into the air coolers and partially blown back out again. For this reason, loading areas and cooling rooms must be especially easy to clean. Moreover, the air coolers must have a high cooling capacity and the capability to operate for long periods. The construction design usually requires a long air throw range.