eco products for bakery refrigeration
Where expensive electricity was used to date in bakery refrigeration, hot water which is available anyway can now be used.

MIWE eco: defrost

Efficient thawing of the cooling and refrigeration exchangers, fed from the existing hot water.

MIWE eco : floor

Prevent condensation on the floor of your cooling cell - with a hot-water underfloor heating system

MIWE eco : ground

Effective frost heave protection for all deep-freeze units. Protects your building. And saves you money.
MIWE eco : defrost MIWE eco : floor MIWE eco : ground
Field of application Defrosting Condensation retardant Frost heave protection
Power source Glycol Glycol/water Glycol
Storage Buffer via MIWE eco:nova, eco:box, and eco:recover, or via oil, gas, pellets, solar, etc. Buffer via MIWE eco:nova, eco:box, and eco:recover, or via oil, gas, pellets, solar, etc. Buffer via MIWE eco:nova, eco:box, and eco:recover, or via oil, gas, pellets, solar, etc.
Variants Customised layout Customised layout Customised layout
Single-gas performance As needed As needed As needed
Compatible with MIWE GVA automatic proofing machine, MIWE GUV proofing interrupter , MIWE TK deep-freezing unit; dough conservation unit MIWE TLK MIWE GVA automatic proofing machine, MIWE GUV proofing interrupter; MIWE GR proofing chamber , MIWE KR climatic chamber, room heating etc. MIWE SF blast freezer, MIWE SA quick cooling unit, MIWE TK deep-freezing unit, dough conservation unit MIWE TLK, loading zone etc.
Control system Via system control Via system control MIWE FP
Operational reliability Robust Robust Robust
Maintenance intervals Maintenance-free Maintenance-free Maintenance-free
Temperature level 40-65 °C 5-35 °C 5-50 °C
Heat exchanger surface system-specific system-specific system-specific
Operating pressure max. 6 bar max. 3 bar max. 3 bar
Operating temperature 5-30 °C 5-45 °C 4 °C
Note Defrosting the cooling or refrigeration register with a glycol mix Floor heating to prevent condensation formation Frost-heave protection for deep-freezing units (to prevent damage to buildings)