The Importance of Temperature-Controlled Transport: Understanding Offshore Refrigerated Containers
An offshore refrigerated container is a type of container used to transport perishable goods that require temperature-controlled storage. These containers are equipped with refrigeration units that can be powered by electricity and can keep the temperature inside the container within a specific range.
Offshore Refrigerated containers are commonly used to transport fresh and frozen foods such as fruits and vegetables, meat, dairy products, and seafood. They are also used to transport pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and other temperature sensitive products.
Offshore Refrigerated containers are designed to be optimized for preserving perishable goods, with features such as insulation, temperature control systems, and ventilation to maintain the desired temperature and humidity levels. Some refrigerated containers are also equipped with a remote alarm system, which monitors the temperature, humidity, and other environmental factors in the refrigerated container in real time through remote communication technology and sends out an alarm signal when an abnormal situation occurs. The refrigerated container remote alarm system can not only protect the quality of refrigerated items, but also prevent unsafe conditions of refrigerated containers, such as abnormal temperature increase, refrigerated container door opening, etc.
Offshore refrigerated containers are a regular product of TLS. It complies with DNV2.7-1 / EN12079 / CSC certificate and can be applied to multimodal transport. Welcome clients to customize in batches.
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