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Course Refrigerated Transport Technology

Where: Netherlands, Europe
When: 05 October 2020
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Wageningen University & Research organises the second edition of our Refrigerated Transport Technology course on Monday 5 October 2020 in Wageningen, the Netherlands.

The aim of this 1-day event is to learn the basics of refrigerated transport technology and understand how to apply this technology to control temperature, humidity and gas atmosphere conditions during transportation in an energy efficient way leading to optimization of the total cold chain. 

Extended knowledge on the complex subject of refrigeration helps to improve climate control and energy efficiency in a safe manner, extend shelf life and minimize food waste.

Target audience

This course is designed for professionals responsible for and/or interested in reefer transport of fresh products in temp controlled cargoes e.g. fruits, meat, fish, seafood, vegetables, dairy and non-food products e.g. flowers and pharmaceuticals. Both technical and non-engineering educated professionals can join this course.

Results for you

The aim of this course is to learn the basics of refrigerated transport technology and understand how to apply this technology to control temperature, humidity and gas atmosphere conditions during transportation in an energy efficient way leading to optimisation of the total cold chain.

Programme

  • Introduction course leader and participants
  • Basics of refrigeration technology
  • Factors affecting temperature deviations in refrigerated transport
  • Refrigerated trucks and reefer containers (sea/road/ train)
  • Demo: How does a reefer container work
  • Humidity
  • Controlled Atmosphere technology (CA)
  • Closure and network drinks


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