Tri Tech Refrigeration Qld Pty Ltd, have completed the first of four condenser upgrades at one of Australia’s largest milk producers. Tri Tech were asked to engineer a...
Our client a milk distribution centre at Tradecoast central required a containerized low charge ammonia/glycol chiller plant.
A global food manufacturer required an upgrade from their existing R22 freon chilled water system.
Our client a fresh produce distribution centre at the Brisbane Markets required 4500m2 chilled area comprising cool and ripening rooms, processing and staging areas.
Our client a national crop science company required a custom built containerised R134A / glycol chiller for process cooling.
The centre was designed so that our client could be given full remote access of the site, so critical temperature control can be monitored 24/7.
Freon Refrigeration System
Tri Tech Refrigeration Queensland are proud to be associated with Wileys for the expansion project at John Dee Abattoirs. As a team we have been designing the client's...
Ammonia refrigeration installation at a beverage drinks factory.
Our client a leading cold store organisation in Queensland required a Low-charge direct-expansion, energy efficient central ammonia plant replacing multiple air-cooled...
Our client a new food distribution centre in Queensland required a low-charge, energy efficient, direct-expansion central ammonia plant.
Design and installation of an Ammonia Glycol Refrigeration System for new Distribution Centre was achieved by our experienced team of engineers and mechanics.
Upgrade of Refrigeration System
A two-stage ammonia Refrigeration system; made with a low ammonia charge and energy efficient.
Tri Tech was contracted by a major fresh produce distributor to design a modern energy efficient refrigeration system.
Tri Tech was contracted by a major meat exporter to assist with making their business more efficient at their existing site.
Our client, a global food and beverage company, required consolidation of its production facility and a major expansion in its refrigeration capacity on its existing site.