How it works
The eutectic plate or pack is frozen before being placed in the container. It then maintains a constant temperature by transmitting latent energy from the melting of the eutectic mixture chosen. The length of time the temperature is maintained can be between 6 and more than 24 hours. The plate is then recharged by refreezing it.
The range consists of eight models of eutectic plates and six eutectic solutions. Different temperatures above and below zero can be maintained using solutions with different melting points and plates with several cooling capacities. OLIVO will advise you on your thermal balance and calculate the cooling capacity you require (in frigories) according to your products, your operating conditions and the container used.
The eutectic plate or plates are placed in the top of the container. The containers inside walls are grooved to optimise natural convection, thereby ensuring a constant circulation of the cold air enveloping the contents.