At Ryan-Jayberg, we understand the importance of cold storage facilities for business operations, which is why we’re committed to providing a range of comprehensive cold room solutions for our customers. As specialists in cold room installation and maintenance, we offer a swift and efficient service without ever compromising on the quality of your cold storage.
Our team of expert engineers will work closely with you from the moment you get in touch, guiding you through the whole process. This includes all aspects of designing, building, and maintaining your new cold room. We do the hard work, so you don’t have to!
Why choose cold rooms from Ryan-Jayberg?
We understand that upgrading temperature-controlled storage facilities is a significant investment, so we endeavour to provide the highest quality services with the best possible value for money, every single time. Whether you would rather save money with a more ‘off-the-shelf’ option or want to completely tailor a cold room to your business specifications for optimal results, we’ll assist you every step of the way.
Ryan-Jayberg uses only the best materials to construct our bespoke cold rooms, adhering to all regulations for hygiene and fire safety. We have the necessary expertise in this field to not only meet but exceed expectations, guaranteeing your satisfaction with the end result. When you purchase a cold room from us, you can rest assured that this new addition to your facilities will serve you well for years to come.
What can you expect from our cold room installations?
The certified engineers at Ryan-Jayberg are more than happy to provide expert advice to help you design your ideal refrigerated solution, answering any questions you have throughout the process. We’ll be by your side from the initial site survey and quotation stage to the completed installation.
Our services don’t just stop there, either – we also provide the relevant aftercare and continual maintenance to keep your cold room in excellent condition. The reliable team at Ryan-Jayberg offers friendly and professional assistance for every request and enquiry, fully co-operating with each client to ensure that every single aspect meets all of their requirements.
Our versatile made-to-measure cold rooms allow for greater flexibility in design options, so we can create a bespoke package for you after discussing your specifications. We take every element into account, with our extensive list of considerations including:
◉ Cold room fabric
◉ Leak detection systems
◉ Storage arrangements
Whatever your requirements may be, we’ll lend our industry know-how to the job and complete your project to the highest standards for maximum longevity. We pride ourselves on our excellent customer service at Ryan-Jayberg, so don’t hesitate to discuss your cold room stipulations with us to find out what we can do to transform your ideas into a reality.
What kind of cold rooms do you offer?
Our vast experience in this industry allows Ryan-Jayberg to provide cold rooms of any size, shape, or specification for a variety of different environments. For example, we’ve previously built temperature-controlled rooms in retail, distribution, pharmaceutical, development, hospitality, e-commerce, food processing, and farming facilities.
This vast range of clients demonstrates our versatility, so you can be confident in our abilities to implement dedicated cold storage facilities for your business. Be sure to view our range of cold rooms below for further information on the facilities we can provide:
If you’d like to learn more about cold rooms by Ryan-Jayberg, then please get in touch today. You can reach us by calling 0208 944 6288, sending an e-mail to email@example.com, or by filling out our online form. We’ll get back to you soon to discuss your ideal cold room design.
Cold Rooms FAQs
Here at Ryan-Jayberg, we have witnessed first-hand the versatility of cold rooms. They can be used in a number of settings, whilst performing the same reliable function: keeping the products inside at the required low temperature at all times. We find that the pharmaceutical and retail sectors benefit from walk-in cold rooms the most, as they often need to refrigerate their essential items to ensure that they stay safe for human consumption.
The most common materials that require a specific temperature to extend their shelf life are meat and fish, dairy products, and fruit and vegetables. This is why cold rooms are often a crucial part of operations for restaurants, pubs, and hotels – plus farms and butcher shops. There’s a wide variety of possible applications for this kind of chilled storage, from flowers to pharmaceuticals, pathology labs to IT server rooms. Cold rooms can also help with brewing and distilling, or even become domestic walk-in fridges for large families.
The increased size of a cold room means that they’re usually needed by businesses with a large supply of stock waiting to be distributed or consumed. Rather than lots of small fridges or freezers, a cold room is a more economical use of space, with plenty of room for organisational shelving. This allows workers to easily walk in and out of the cold room to obtain the products needed at any given time, helping your business to run smoothly.
If you would like to get in touch with the experts at Ryan-Jayberg to discuss the best use for your cold room, or if a cold room is necessary for your business, then be sure to contact one of our friendly team today. Reach out by phone on 0208 944 6288 or by filling out our online enquiry form and we will be glad to answer any questions you might have regarding our walk in cold rooms.
Though a cold room may seem like a lot of work to keep up with at first, once you create a routine for regular checks it will become second nature. These simple tasks will ensure that your cold room continues to run at its full potential. Of course, you’ll also have to clean your cold storage facilities regularly to eliminate any trip hazards and prevent the possible build-up of mould and bacteria.
Preventative maintenance is far less costly than repairs or even replacements, so it’s best to identify problems as soon as they appear so you can fix them before they get worse. Here are some of the checks you can run to maintain the condition of your cold room:
⦿ Temperature – Has it been changed accidentally? Do you need to reset it to the required level?
⦿ Evaporators – Is there a build-up of ice impeding their operation?
⦿ Compressors – Are there any signs of oil leakage or other damage?
⦿ Freon levels – Is there an optimum amount of freon?
⦿ Air vents – Has dust or debris built up, leading to overheating?
It’s important to perform these checks regularly to avoid running on a faulty system. Failing to look after your cold room properly will shorten its lifespan, and can also make the products you have in storage unusable if the temperature is affected.
If this has been the case for a while, then you run the risk of your cold room potentially suffering long-term damage. This means that the repairs it may need could be more drastic and expensive, or you might need a new cold room altogether.
We would love to tell you exactly how much you would have to pay for a cold room, but this isn’t possible. There are so many varying factors contributing to the final cost that the price of a bespoke cold room changes on a case-by-case basis. It depends on the configuration you choose and the installation requirements. The size and placement are the most important aspects when it comes to the price of cold rooms.
This is why we ask you to get in touch with one of our friendly team at Ryan-Jayberg if you’re interested in purchasing a cold room. You can discuss your requirements with us so we can get back to you with an appropriate quote. We offer the best value for money around, meaning that you’ll benefit from the industry experience and expertise of our engineers for an agreeable price.
At Ryan-Jayberg, we always make sure to communicate thoroughly with our clients before we offer a quote. We require a comprehensive understanding of your cold room requirements so we can tailor our bespoke service towards them. This way, we can avoid the inconvenience of having to constantly contact you with changing information, and minimise your costs associated with delays. Once you receive a competitive quote from Ryan-Jayberg, we’ll stick to it.
To reach out to us about your cold room requirements, visit our contact us page today to fill out our online enquiry form or find the phone number for the branch closest to you. Alternatively, you can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you prefer, and our team will gladly get back in touch to discuss your project and pricing.
A cold room essentially works the same way as standard refrigerators or freezers, just on a larger scale. It allows you to keep a designated area at a specific temperature, ensuring that the products inside are kept in the best possible condition. You can adjust the temperature according to the safety requirements for your products, making this the ideal way to store large quantities of climate-sensitive stock in a cold environment.
To put it simply, refrigeration systems work via heat exchange, meaning that warm air is drawn in and cooled, then blown out again as cold air. A thermostat constantly monitors the temperature of the room, automatically adjusting the cooling unit’s output if the ambient temperature gets too high or too low. Usually, 2-4°C of variation is allowed before the thermostat sends signals to the unit.
Here are the standard components of a cold room refrigeration system and what they do in the cooling cycle:
⦿ Compressor – to pressurise refrigerant gas.
⦿ Condenser – to turn the hot gas into cold liquid.
⦿ Expansion Valve – to control liquid gas flow and expand it into vapour.
⦿ Evaporator Coils – to boil and expand liquid gas, absorbing energy to cool coils.
⦿ Fans – to circulate air over the cold coils and distribute cold air around the room.
Of course, the cooling system can’t perform optimally without assistance from cold room insulation. Including layers of materials that don’t conduct heat in the walls, doors, and floors helps to keep the interior temperature consistent. Without insulation, the cool air would seep out and warm air from outside would seep in, forcing the cooling unit to work harder and eventually burn out faster.
An effective cyclical cooling system and thorough sealing and insulation ensure that your cold room maintains the quality of your stored products – and keeps your energy bills down, too. At Ryan-Jayberg, we ensure that our cold room constructions are as energy-efficient as possible for the sake of both your business and the wider environment.
Chilling or freezing food products as quickly as possible ensures they don’t lose too much of their nutritional content due to degradation before they can be consumed, which is why cold rooms are so important for food manufacturing, preparation, and catering businesses.
Depending on what you need to use them for, cold room temperatures can range from -40°C to 18°C. Average room temperature is somewhere between 15°C and 25°C, and most cold rooms are designed to operate in ambient exterior temperatures of up to 28°C.
Refrigerated cold rooms tend to operate at 0°C to 8°C, but you should ideally set the thermostat between 2°C and 4°C. This is because bacteria often grow in the 'danger zone' between 5°C and 60°C. We recommend keeping chilled goods at 4°C to keep them fresh for as long as possible, without them freezing.
On the other hand, freezer cold rooms must be at least -15°C to keep goods adequately frozen. We recommend going for around -18°C to -20°C to keep products in prime condition until they’re ready to be defrosted, without suffering from freezer burn.
If you’re looking to use cold storage facilities to keep your products, then consider a walk-in cold room from Ryan-Jayberg. We can create a bespoke cold storage area to suit the ideal temperature for the products you intend to keep inside, guaranteeing that they stay fresh for as long as possible without affecting the texture, colour, and taste, or any other vital properties.
As experts in designing and installing cold rooms, the team at Ryan-Jayberg skilfully manages the entire process to ensure that the final product we install meets both your expectations and the necessary requirements. We recommend an initial site survey to obtain accurate measurements and determine the best placement for your cold storage solution before any work can begin.
We will assist you in creating the optimum design for your space and storage needs and planning the project steps with a realistic deadline. This depends on the level of tailoring required, as the more bespoke elements are involved, the longer it will take to manufacture. When all aspects are ready, we’ll keep you informed at each step as we implement your new cold room facilities.
On installation day, our talented engineers will assemble your cold room in the requested position as efficiently as possible. We pride ourselves on swift yet completely safe installations to get your refrigeration facilities up and running smoothly, with minimal disruption to your day.
While some ready-to-assemble cold room designs are easier to install without being a professional, it’s inadvisable to leave something so important to someone who isn’t an expert. When you purchase a high-quality cold room from Ryan-Jayberg, we will always offer a thorough installation and demonstration to make sure everything is running exactly as you want and need it to be.