UK: Green Cooling is an innovative new refrigeration company supplying the foodservice industry with coldrooms, high efficiency CO2 cooling systems and capitalising on full or partial heat recovery.
Launched in March of this year by Garry Broadbent and Dave Blinkhorn, Green Cooling has already picked up a number of major contracts including supplying and installing around 35 coldrooms per year to a major UK restaurant chain. Other jobs have seen the team involved with the installation of a CO2 system in London’s Cafe Royal and the company is currently involved with supplying equipment to the proposed new Stonehenge visitor centre.
While the refrigeration demands of catering facilities are usually dealt with at the back of house, away from the eyes of customers, at Manchester 235 the refrigerated coldroom is a key feature within the restaurant.
Green Cooling supplied a refrigerated dry-aging room behind a 2.5m x 1.5m window that would allow the meat to be viewed from the restaurant.
“This a unique way of involving diners with the produce directly in the restaurant environment,” commented Green Cooling’s David Blinkhorn. “We have designed and installed many feature wine walls to achieve the same objective within a restaurant but this is a great example of refrigeration working with design to create a striking & unique feature for the stored meat.”
Green cooling working on behalf of Modo CKD provided a complete design, specification and installation service that included the cold room structure, the highly-insulated argon filled Meat Market Fridge window along with a stainless steel meat rail, low noise refrigeration system and ancillary equipment.
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