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Block Ice Plant - 'Containerised' and movable

160 Rectangular Ice Blocks @ 50 kg
Ice Production Capacity: 8.000 kg/24h

The Block Ice Plant is installed in a 40 foot hi-cube open-top ISO container for dry goods. It is protected against sun and rain through a light roof structure, delivered knocked down and shipped inside the container.

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Ice Cans - hit the picture for a 3D view of the 50 kg rectangular can.

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Frame with four 50 kg Rectangular Ice Cans (left), and three Agitators (right).

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The plant can be equipped to operate with any environment-friendly refrigerant. The particular refrigerating package pictured above operates with refrigerant R404A; it is built up from a BOCK Model FX14 (size 1366 for 50 cy, size 1166 for 60 cy) directly coupled to a 30 kW motor, two GUENTNER ThermoWave plate heat exchangers (brine cooler (blue) and condenser (red)), a liquid receiver (red) and two pumps (one for brine, one for condenser water). The suction accumulator and the oil separator are not shown on the 3D drawings. The palm-size pictures above can be enlarged to A4 or US Letter printout sizes by just hitting them; you can then drag the enlarged pictures onto your desktop and they will open in PictureViewer or Adobe Photoshop - or any other graphic software - in correct sizes for printing.

A matching cooling tower can be delivered on request. The palm-size picture above can be enlarged to an A4 or US Letter printout size by just hitting it. You can then drag the enlarged picture onto your desktop and it will open in PictureViewer or Adobe Photoshop - or any other graphic software - in a correct size for the printing.

The plant can be equipped with an RPE Unit primed with an internal combustion engine, making it self-sufficient and independent of other sources of energy than diesel fuel or natural gas (RPE stands for Refrigeration-Power-Electricity). The RPE Unit consists of a refrigerating compressor, directly coupled to the flywheel end of the engine over a a manual disengaging clutch and a flexible coupling. An electric alternator is driven off the front end of the engine over a stub shaft and a flexible coupling, generating electric power for other consumers in the plant (pumps, fans, the crane, lighting etc). Just hit the picture for more information on RPE Units.

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Last modified: 20 March, 2007 9:05