A.S.H.C.CO provides reliable, best in class cold storage and freezer containers to corporations, farmers, governments, and medical institutions, such as:
Seafood and meat processing.
AID, Government, and Military.
Chemical and petrochemical.
Offshore industry, gas & oil companies.
Pharmaceutical & medical institutions
We offer GSM Communication for remote data transfer and system troubleshooting and Global System integration for Mobile Communications. All containers include an evaporator fan designed for high-pressure-temperature drops.
Anatomy of a Cold Storage Refrigerated Container.
A cold storage refrigerated shipping container is designed to withstand extreme conditions while also maintaining stable temperatures inside, so they require specially designed parts to function correctly.
For instance, the walls of a refrigerated container are made of sandwiched stainless steel sheeting, with added foam insulation in the middle, as well as aluminum sheeting.
This insulation can be very useful when you need your container to be well-protected against weather conditions outside.
The steel is usually smooth, unlike in many other types of containers, providing a different look which could be a benefit in some situations.
As you can imagine, the multiple sheets of steel, as well as the insulation, make for thicker walls, but at A.S.H.C.CO, we have the technology to safely and effectively cut through the walls and create windows and doors according to your needs.
In cold storage refrigerated shipping containers, the walls can also be used for installing electrical outlets and plumbing fixtures. By removing the insulation in selected areas, we can customize the electricity and plumbing to suit various needs.
These types of refrigerated or freezer shipping containers usually contain aluminum floors which can not only withstand heavy-duty traffic but are also easy to customize.
Another distinguishing feature of frozen shipping containers is that they always have refrigeration equipment that can control the temperature inside and offer ranges anywhere from -60 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit, depending on the specific type of reefer container you end up choosing.
This advanced temperature control system is the main difference between a refrigerated cargo container and a regular one, which can be incredibly useful in some situations.
Whether you’re a restaurant that needs additional storage for refrigerated or frozen goods, a food bank, or someone who just needs to store materials in a stable environment, these types of refrigerated cargo containers can be an excellent option.
As we’ve already discussed, they are a bit more advanced than regular containers since they need to provide insulation and temperature control functionality. This is simply not necessary in a regular shipping container.
When converting a container to your needs, having these additional features can be a huge benefit, especially if you entrust an experienced company like A.S.H.C.CO to do the customization.