SAUSAGE DRYING CHAMBERS

SAUSAGE DRYING CHAMBERS


Background

In the past, the curing process was entirely at the mercy of weather conditions. This factor was not much of a problem as long as production was low. However, problems started to arise when we shifted from traditional production to industrial manufacturing. Production increased to keep up with market demand which in turn made it difficult to control the homogeneity of products to be cured. That was when we decided to dedicate all our efforts to offering our clients a solution that did not depend on unstable weather conditions but rather offered peace of mind.

Our teams
are backed
by 48 years
of experience

Our teams are backed by 48 years of experience

In the 1970s, Refrica was the first to modify a standard heat pump and convert it into a dryer.

In 1979 after having designed and tested various prototypes, Refrica launched the first artificial dryer on the market.

Our teams are backed by 48 years of experience


Today

Based on the client’s needs, installations can be automatic or centralized. Refrigerants may be indirect (propylene glycol) or direct (NH3 or Freon (HFC)). However, due to the tax on “Fluorinated Greenhouse Gases” (refrigerant with high to medium GWP), the latter is no longer used. As such, Refrica does not recommend installing it as a direct refrigerant.