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TERMS AND CONDITIONS -
Eutectic refrigeration is a very simple idea, and is based around the principle of
latent heat -
A common example of this is ice-
Translated into commercial transport, the principle is still largely the same. While the unit is static (usually at the depot), it is plugged in and frozen down to temperature. Once complete, the unit is simply unplugged, and departs for it’s working operation.
Thereafter, the system requires absolutely no power whilst in operation (and so makes no noise), and the eutectic solution provides the refrigeration power as it very slowly changes state.
Putting that into practice, however, is not as easy as it sounds. Traditionally, the eutectic solution was a liquid, which could therefore leak if it’s container was ever damaged, and can deteriorate with continual use.
Eistechnik instantly cures this by means of the fantastic Barents Gel, a eutectic
solution in the form of a semi-
Secondly, the design of the container the solution is kept in is critically important. Eistechnik has developed the superb new eisbar, optimising both the ability to freeze the solution down, and the surface area for radiation of cold. This makes an eistechnik system much more powerful than anything else available.
So it couldn’t really be simpler -
Eistechnik, eisbars, Barents1 and Barents3 have Patents Pending and are all Registered Trade Marks.