Nijssen realized 32 climate rooms for breeding company Enza Zaden in their new research facilities in Enkhuizen. For the new greenhouse complexes in this extensive expansion program we realized 22 climate rooms and 2 steam cells.
Every year Nijssen builts dozens of projects in the Netherlands and abroad. We present a small selection:
Nijssen Koeling has extended its control system with a module for managing Controlled Atmosphere (CA)- and Dynamic Controlled Atmosphere (DCA) storage. This new module was taken into use by Fruitmasters for 57 newly built and renovated cold stores in two depots in Geldermalsen.
Nijssen have recently supplied two Filacell units for installation into the existing cooling facilities at Goossens Flevoplant. The Filacell air handling units are used to quickly cool down the wooden containers in which the strawberry plants are delivered, by means of a forced air system with a high humidity.
Nijssen have realised a combined cooling/freezing installation with the maximum amount of BREEAM credits for Kloosterboer Cool Port in Rotterdam. The immense cooling and freezing house, which was officially opened in September, has a storage capacity of 40,000 pallets.
With the new energy efficient and environmentally friendly ammonia cooling/freezing installation for three terminals on the Denemarkenweg Kloosterboer is taking another green step on the road to sustainable conditioned storage.
By expanding its activities, Kloosterboer has enlarged its Maasvlakte freezer facility with approximately 8,500 m2 of storage space. Nijssen realised an extension of the current ammonia/CO2 freezing system.
For Ter Beke subsidiary Berkhout Langeveld, Nijssen realised an environmentally friendly ammonia/CO2 installation.
At the Jealott’s Hill International Research Centre UK in Bracknell (Berkshire) Nijssen has delivered six climate rooms. Comprehensive tests during commissioning showed the installation meets the extensive demands of Syngenta on all fronts.
For Frigomundo, the cold storage plant of importer Zandbergen World’s Finest Meat, Nijssen built an ammonia cascade cooling system with CO2, re-using the residual heat.