How to Remove Odor in Refrigerated Container
For cold chain logistics, transportation of perishable food may cause odor. Even transport refrigeration unit operates normally, liquid caused by heat exchange to the ambient, and moist and deposit dust in evaporator and vent, also offer the environment for mold and fungus. Soon these bacteria will lead to perishable odor. While odor spread through transport refrigeration unit operating, pollution to the container and cargo will happen.
For repairing service, disassembly and clean of evaporator is common solution for the problem mentioned above. It requires relatively high technique such as discharge and recharge fluorine, troublesome and inefficient. It may temporarily pause odor, but moist and dust in the vent of evaporator is ideal hotbed for bacteria, that is why clean conducted again and again, but nothing really change.
With power source from compressor, fluorine circulates in transport refrigeration unit. And lubrication for compressor relies on fluorocarbon oil. Fluorine and fluorocarbon oil will circulate together in the system and influence cooling performance. However, some of them may transform when suffering pressure and temperature change, plus metal debris produced by compressor operating wearing, all factors above may lead to sediment such as gelatin. Some will be filtered, others may deposit in pipeline. With sediment increasing, circulation of fluorine and fluorocarbon oil will be affected. Thus malfunction and poor cooling performance may happen. Based on such reason, we should consider about cleaning of inner system of the whole transport refrigeration unit.
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