Flow Freezers

Flow freezers are commonly used in food processing industries to freeze large quantities of products such as fruits, vegetables, meat, seafood, and prepared meals.

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Types of flow freezers on market

There are several types of flow freezers available in the market, each designed for specific applications and requirements. Here are some common types of them:

  • Cryogenic: These freezers use cryogenic gases, such as liquid nitrogen or carbon dioxide, to rapidly freeze products. The products are exposed to a cold gas environment, resulting in quick and efficient freezing.
  • Impingement: These freezers utilize high-velocity airflow to rapidly freeze products. The airflow is directed onto the products, allowing for faster heat transfer and uniform freezing.
  • Fluidized Bed Freezers: This kind of machine is suspended on a fluidized bed of air or gas. The constant movement of the bed ensures efficient heat transfer, leading to rapid freezing and individual quick freezing (IQF) capabilities.
  • Spiral: This is a continuous spiral conveyor belt that moves products through a freezing chamber in a spiral pattern. This design allows for a longer freezing time and larger product capacities.
  • Hybrid: Hybrid flow freezers combine different freezing methods, such as cryogenic and impingement, to achieve optimal freezing results. These freezers offer versatility and flexibility in freezing various types of products.
    • It’s important to consider the specific needs of your products and production requirements when selecting the right machine. Consulting with a freezer manufacturer or supplier can help you determine the most suitable type of flow freezer for your business.