Eutectic Plates -  a suitable solution     

The operating principle of the Eutectic Plates system is quite simple, and is similar to how the refrigerator in your home works.

While the truck is parked, the refrigerating system is recharged.
The eutectic liquid inside the eutectic plates is frozen at-40°C (for negative temperatures) by the circulation of the freon pumped by the motocompressor. 
Cold temperature is generated by the heat exchange between the surface of the eutectic plates and the inside environment.
Subsequently, when the eutectic solution defrosts, it releases the “cold” previously stored in the plates, thus recovering the cold loss caused by the opening of the doors, so as to preserve the products correctly.

The refrigerated body with eutectic plates
imposed itself on the EEC market as the most suitable and most efficient equipment for the daily distribution of ice-cream and frozen foods and it is also the ideal solution for the distribution of fresh products (dairy, meats, sausages and vegetables).

Eutetic Plates system is ideal in the distribution of frozen food, at negative temperatures from -18°C/ -35°C.

Highly cost effective, the Eutectic Plates system is superior to an air-blown system in multi-drop city deliveries configuration.

For the whole duration of a standard delivery route, the inside temperature will be stable and gradually increase but remain within safe limits.

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Eutectic system advantages
at each spot sale, the air temperature  inside the body is immediate pulled down, thus preserving the product from  thermal “shocks”

Low operating costs:
the absence of mechanical parts in motion  and the independence from the vehicle engine make the maintenance costs very  low, almost zero

Security for the operator:
the operation is easy, it’s enough to  connect the refrigerating unit to the mains supply when the vehicle comes  back to the warehouse. The unit stops automatically when the cold charge has  been completed.