Walk-In Cold Rooms and Chillers for Sale

Experts in Walk-In Cold Rooms and Cellars Across Buckinghamshire

Walk-in cold rooms are an essential item for many businesses these days.

From restaurants to hotels, pubs and other food retail outlets it is essential to maintain goods at a particular temperature to ensure they don’t spoil. The same can be said for medicines, plants and even cosmetics and art works.

Here at Batchelor Air Conditioning and Refrigeration we are refrigeration and cold room specialists, having supplied walk-in cold rooms and other refrigeration solutions in locations such as Cambridge, Bedfordshire and Oxfordshire for more than three decades now.

As a result, we are confident about our ability to advise you on the type of walk-in chiller room that we believe will best suit your business needs. Read More


Benefits of a Walk-In Cold Room from Batchelor

Obviously, the main benefit of an entire, fully-shelved, walk-in space in which you can store a number of different items is the sheer size. Then there is the easy storage and instant access to particular items, when you need them.

A walk-in cold storage room also cuts down on the noise of fridges and freezers. Then there is the fact it can be adapted with storage rails, drawers and other items for your company’s particular requirements.

Because the goods have to be locked behind a door, there is less likelihood of it being left open by mistake and the food items inside spoiling or other items perishing.

All of our of walk-in cold rooms are customised to suit our clients’ particular needs. This means not simply designing the room to fit with its particular purpose, but also supplying the appropriate chiller and freezer temperature models, smooth coated non-slip flooring material and integral or remote refrigeration systems.


Additional Features for Walk-In Cold Storage Rooms for Sale

We can also offer a range of additional functions, such as alarms and safety systems, as well as the most up to date and energy efficient examples currently on the market to keep your utility costs under control.

Alarms: Our cold rooms for sale are supplied with a temperature display which has a built-in high and low temperature alarm. This is designed to alert you both visually and audibly should there be a problem with the temperature. It can also be connected to your building’s management system for further security purposes.

Safety: Our flooring prevents slipping and freezers are equipped with integrated heating elements to prevent freezing or moisture damage under the floor. The door frames have a heating element to ensure moisture and ice don’t form. The doors themselves have an internal emergency release mechanism.

Cold room doors: Hinged and sliding door versions are available. Both are energy efficient and easy to manoeuvre.

All freezer room doors are built with heating panels to prevent moisture and ice formation. These can be replaced easily should the need arise.

LED lighting: Automatic interior lighting in your walk-in chillers is a necessity. We use LED lighting for its cost-saving measures, efficiency and durability.


Walk-In Cold Room After-Service from Batchelor Cold Room Suppliers

Once your cold room installation is finished it is important to regularly service the refrigeration and chiller equipment. At the same time, it is prudent to carry out any maintenance issues that may arise – however small – as soon as they occur, for this we also offer our own cold room repair service and cold room maintenance should you need.

At Batchelor we are happy to provide such services both for your peace of mind and the ongoing success of the business, in addition to ensuring you are legally compliant.

Talk to the Specialists for Walk-In Refrigerators, Fridges and Chillers

There’s a reason why businesses throughout the area rely on us to install, service and maintain their walk-in refrigerator, and that’s because we truly are specialists in cold room installation, servicing and maintenance. Whether you need a walk-in chiller for your store, pharmacy, restaurant, or hotel, we have the experience and expertise to deliver the perfect solution. We’re here to help you choose the best option for your operation and the space you have available. We appreciate that every business has different requirements, therefore every walk-in fridge we install is fully customised to ensure it gives you the functionality and versatility that you need.

Our walk-in refrigerators, fridges and chillers are designed to keep your stock, be it foods, medicines, or other perishables, at the optimum temperature so they do not spoil. Plus, our innovative solutions make it easy to see your available stock and keep track of what you have stored in there. Add in alarms and other safety features and you can why see our cold rooms are the preferred choice of many businesses throughout Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire and Oxfordshire.

Schedule a Design Consultation Now

The best way to get the best walk-in refrigerator for your business is to talk to one of our team. We offer professional design consultations where we discuss your requirements and start to build a picture of exactly what you need from a cold room.

Of course, our service doesn’t end after we’ve installed your walk-in chiller; we also provide repair and maintenance services to ensure that your walk-in fridge continues to perform optimally.

Get in touch now and book a consultation. Simply contact us via our online contact form and we’ll arrange to call you back at a suitable time.
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Choose Energy Efficient Equipment

Although we’ve been operating for almost three decades, Batchelor Air Conditioning & Refrigeration remains at heart a local business, prioritising the needs and satisfaction of our customers. This means that we’ll never spring hidden fees on you, and only stock equipment which is certifiably energy efficient. Help have a positive effective on both the environment and on your energy bills today.

What is a cold room?
A cold room is a chamber that’s kept at a particular temperature, usually to refrigerate certain food products. It is essentially an entire room that has been turned into a refrigerator. Many restaurants, pubs, hotels, and amusement parks boast a cold room; they’re exceptionally useful for establishments that require lots of frozen or refrigerated supplies on site.
What is the purpose of a cold room?
Cold rooms allow businesses to store lots of supplies that need to be refrigerated or frozen. Most often, those supplies are food, and the businesses are restaurants and other hospitality venues. However, pharmacies and clinics can also use cold rooms to store temperature-sensitive chemicals and medical supplies like vaccines. Cold rooms can either refrigerate or freeze their contents depending on your needs.
How does a cold room work?

The components of a cold room work together to absorb and remove the heat from the space. They use a mixture of refrigerant chemicals, insulation, and machinery.

 Usually, a refrigerant in gas form is put into a compressor. The compressor pressures the gas and then allows it to expand, which loads it with energy. Energy equals heat, and the now-heated refrigerant passes throughout the workings of the cold room. As it does so, it meets with high pressures, which turn it into a liquid. The liquid refrigerant absorbs heat from all around the room before passing over some evaporator coils, which cool the refrigerant, turn it back into a gas, and send it back to the compressor to start over. Meanwhile, fans are distributing the now cold air evenly.

That’s the cycle that keeps a cold room at the desired temperature. To make sure everything works the way it’s meant to, it’s important to check your fans and coils for ice build-up and make sure you have enough refrigerant.

What are the different types of cold room?

There are four types of cold room: storage, freezing, deep freezing, and blast chiller rooms.

A storage cold room is also called a positive temperature cold room because it keeps its contents at temperatures above zero degrees. These cold rooms are basically massive refrigerators, and they store the same sorts of products, such as short-term perishable food, condiments, drinks, and some medicinal products.

A freezing cold room, on the other hand, maintains sub-zero temperatures, which is why it’s also called a negative-temperature cold room. Inside them, you’ll find many of the same frozen foods you’d find in a household freezer. Medical facilities also use them for organic material and vaccines.

A deep-freezing tunnel keeps supplies even colder, at around -30 degrees at the very least. You’ll see these in many factories, where the products are moved around the chamber and frozen that way. They’re usually used for meat products.

And a blast chiller cold room is all about speed. These rooms are meant to very quickly chill their contents to kill off any contaminants. They’re mainly used for hygiene and sanitation rather than storage, and they work wonders for many industrial kitchens.

What temperature should a cold room be?

That really depends on the sort of cold room you have. A storage cold room will usually have a couple of settings depending on how long you would like to store your supplies. They generally range between -2 and 12 degrees Celsius. Anything higher than 12 usually means maintenance or repairs.

A freezing cold room keeps things at -18 degrees Celsius or colder. The ideal freezer maintains temperatures between -18 and -22. If you’re worried that yours might be malfunctioning, we’re happy to help with maintenance or repairs.

Does a cold room freeze?

A walk-in freezer is a type of cold room that can definitely freeze its contents to safe standards for food health and safety as well as medical protocols.

A storage cold room is more like a refrigerator and usually only keeps products at just below freezing, at -2 at the coldest. These don’t go any colder unless there’s something wrong.

Does a cold room need ventilation?

Yes, a good cold room features good ventilation. Refrigeration usually creates plenty of moisture, and without ventilation, that moisture is just sitting in an enclosed space for long periods. That leads to issues like mould and even some kinds of fungus, which can be a big health hazard in many industries.

We at Batchelor also work with air conditioning, so we’re experts when it comes to good ventilation. You can trust us to handle your cold room.

How do you store food in a cold room?

You want to be aware of all the different refrigeration needs of your supplies. Which ones need refrigeration and which ones need freezing? If you need to store both, you’ll almost certainly need two different cold rooms for each. Meanwhile, different refrigerated goods have different ideal temperatures; meat is usually kept colder than fruits and vegetables, for instance. By knowing the different temperatures, you can find the perfect setting for all of them

It’s also important to keep products that are expiring soon in plain sight, on top of or in front of longer-lasting products. Lastly, you’ll want to avoid keeping raw foods near cooked foods or foods that don’t require cooking. They run the risk of contaminating each other and spoiling faster.

How much does a cold room cost?

Cold rooms can range between £4000 and £5500. That usually includes the cost of installation. The price will vary a lot depending on the size of the cold room and whether it can function on a single setting or multiple.

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