How Does a Blast Chiller Work?

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Blast chilling is a method of cooling food quickly to a low temperature that is relatively safe from bacterial growth. Blast chillers work in a way that using a high-powered refrigeration system, cold air is blasted laterally over the product at high speed.
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Blast chillers and freezers have powerful fans that create a fast even air flow that is very cold. It uses a high-powered refrigeration system to blast the cold air laterally over the product at high speed, extracting heat at an optimum rate, whilst maintaining food quality. After the chill or freeze cycle is complete, the equipment switches into “Hold mode” to keep the food at the required temperature.
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