Composite Panels Ideal for Plenum Walls

Retaining freshness and quality is of paramount importance in the storage of fresh produce with consistent temperatures throughout the crop and minimising weight loss key considerations. Low velocity air flow and high humidity systems have, for a long time, been reliant on timber or structural plenum walls. More recently composite panels have been used in preference to timber as they offer a number of key advantages:

Speed of installation.

Adaptability.

Structural stability.

Moisture resistant.

Easily washable.

Hygienic.

Offers good insulation values where required.

Aesthetically pleasing.

Coupled with ancillary items such as protection barriers, baffles and door systems composite panels have allowed crop stores to meet the exacting needs for clean and efficient storage of produce demanded by today’s market.

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