Controlling Cold Storage & Cooler Temperatures, Traffic and Costs'

The primary challenge for dry, refrigerated and frozen food distributors is control — controlling the environment, controlling traffic, and controlling costs. With these concerns in mind, Rytec introduced the very first high-speed folding door for the cold storage industry over 30 years ago and remains in firm control of cold storage doors today. Since introducing the Fast-Fold® Freezer door, Rytec has expanded this line of cold room doors to address all aspects of food preparation and storage, from meat cutting to banana ripening.

  • Refrigerated/Freezer Warehousing
  • Food Processing
  • Food Distribution
  • Pharmaceutical/Nutraceutical
  • Cosmetics
  • Other Temperature-Sensitive Applications

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Cold Storage Features & Benefits

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Temperature and Environmental Control

  • High-speed opening and closing minimizes air exchange
  • Effective perimeter seals, thermal breaks and thermal panel help maintain temperature differentials
  • Perfect for coolers, freezers, dry storage, produce, automated storage/retrieval, blast freezers and USDA/FDA processing
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Reduced Energy and Maintenance Costs

  • Less air infiltration leads to lower refrigeration costs
  • State-of-the-art insulated panels eliminate the need for conventional defrost systems in many cases
  • Self-repair, break-away, and resetting options help reduce maintenance costs

Cold Storage Testimonial

Rytec helped Dade Service Corporation install doors at a national grocery retailer's central distribution facility.

Selecting the Right Cold Storage Door

Download our newly updated 2nd edition FREE Guide: Knock Temperature Differentials Out Cold - with High Performance Doors. You Will Learn the How and Why of:

  • Assessing Temperature Needs
  • Solutions for Temperatures Above Freezing
  • Solutions for Temperatures Below Freezing
  • The Importance of Size and Clearance
  • Safety Features to Protect Staff, Products & Equipment
Cold Storage eBook