Cold Rooms

At Ryan-Jayberg, we understand the importance of cold storage facilities for business operations. This is why we are committed to providing a wide range of cold room solutions to our customers, so you can be sure that you have come to the right place when you find out about our comprehensive service. Our team of experts have you covered from the moment you get in touch, and will guide you through the whole process including designing, building and maintaining your cold storage room for you. We do the hard work, so you don’t have to!

We will always work closely with you to hone in on your specific requirements and aim towards creating your ideal refrigerated solution. This allows you to be as satisfied as possible with your product and to get the best use out of it for years to come. Each of our walk in cold rooms are bespoke, built with your specifications in mind, as we ensure that we use the best materials around adhering to building, hygiene and fire safety standards so you can be assured your new addition is safe to use at all times.

Ryan-Jayberg has the expertise in the field to meet whatever is expected from us by the most important person in this whole process, you, the customer. We provide our expert guidance on each job to a standard you can be happy with, answering any questions you have along the way. Right from the initial survey and quotation right the way through to final installation, we will be by your side.

We don’t just stop there, as we also provide the relevant aftercare with continued service and maintenance to ensure your cold room is kept in optimal condition.

We take every aspect into account, with our extensive list of considerations including:

  • Cold room fabric
  • Doors
  • Floors
  • Refrigeration
  • Lighting
  • Drainage
  • Humidity
  • Ventilation
  • Control
  • Leak detection systems

We have vast experience in the area, so you know you can come to the team at Ryan-Jayberg with the confidence that you’ll receive the best possible results! We have built temperature-controlled rooms in retail, distribution, pharmaceutical, development, hospitality, e-commerce, food processing and farming facilities. This range of clients shows our versatility as a service, and that we are well equipped to work with you towards implementing your ideal cold storage facilities.

Whatever your requirements, we are able to tackle them head on. We will lend our industry know how whenever and wherever you need it, so you know exactly how well your cold room will be able to perform, as well as being provided with the answers to any questions you have. This level of customer service is something we pride ourselves on at Ryan-Jayberg, so please get in touch regarding a cold storage room solution or any other aspect of our service, and we will gladly be of assistance.

Be sure to view our wide range of cold rooms below so you can benefit from some further information:

If you’d like to find out more, reach out to us on 0208 944 6288, info@ryan-jayberg.co.uk or via our online form.

Although a cold room may seem like a large space to keep on top of at first, ones you get to grips with some regular checks you can make to ensure that it is running at full potential, It can be quite a simple task that becomes second nature. Of course, it goes without saying that you will have to clean your cold storage facilities regularly to ensure that no trip hazards go unrecognised and that any potential build-up of mould and bacteria is eliminated at source.

Other ways in which you can maintain the condition of your cold room include:

  • Checking the temperature of the cold room at regular intervals, ensuring that this hasn’t been changed accidentally and thus ruining the condition of the products inside
  • Checking the evaporators, making sure that has not been a build-up of ice at any point
  • Check the compressors in case there has been an oil leakage
  • Check the freon levels to make sure that they are at an optimum amount

It is important that these checks are performed regularly to ensure that you aren't running a fautly system. Is 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 all together.

We would love to tell you right here and now how much exactly you would look to pay for a cold room, but it depends on so many factors that it is not possible! This is why we ask you to get in touch with one of our friendly team if you like what you see. Here you can discuss your requirements with us, and we can get back to you with a quote. Here at Ryan-Jayberg, we offer one of the best value for money services around, meaning that you will benefit from the industry experience and expertise of our engineers, at a price that we’re sure you won’t turn your nose up at!

We make sure we communicate thoroughly with our clients before we offer a quote. This is so we can get the best possible idea of your bespoke requirements so we can tailor our bespoke service towards them. By doing this, we minimise the cost of getting in touch regarding increasing costs as the project goes on. Once you have received a competitive quote from Ryan-Jayberg, we will stick to it!

To contact us today, visit our contact us page to find our online enquiry form or to call the branch that is closest to you.

A cold room is very similar to a refrigerator but is usually found on a much 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 are able to adjust the temperature to suit your needs, making them the ideal way of storing products in a cold environment in large quantities.

Warm air is drawn into the unit from the exterior and then blown out into the cold room itself. The air is cooled through a variety of refrigerant chemicals to allow you to achieve a range of temperatures on demand, keeping your produce in an optimal state.

To keep your products chilled in the best possible way, we recommend keeping your temperature under 4°C. This allows them to be served at a fresh, cool temperature without suffering from freezing. This is usually how many companies such as supermarket chains look to serve their goods, in a way that can be easily consumed by the customer.

If you are looking to use cold storage facilities as a way of keeping your products frozen, then you should look to have your temperature set at around -18°C. This allows your frozen products to be kept just that, so you can keep them in a prime condition until they are needed.

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