Re-designed CO2 adsorber successful

Besseling entirely re-designed their CO2 adsorber in 2014. The separation of the control unit and the carbon vessel meant a huge improvement. More flexibility during installation and capacities up to 2000 kg. CO2 per 24 hours. Savings in handling, on site and during transport. The new setup has the same low resistance as the former model. This means minimum heat-up of your cold stores with fruits hence minimum loss of moisture. Loss of moisture = loss of money, your money.

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When purity of air makes a difference

We have been working with Mattei for 20 years now. The solidity of this relationship depends, along with sharing the same principles, on our shared experience in family-run companies, where personal commitment and focus on the goal are part of the company’s DNA.

The Big 5

Recently our competitor Van Amerongen (VA) launched their Big 5 campaign for promotion of their ACR system. The Dutch grower association NFO, magazines and other media published the Big 5 leaflet without noticing the false remarks made by VA towards competing systems. Besseling has demanded a rectification and wants to make the following statement about this campaign.

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Lowest possible oxygen level

Low oxygen levels have proved their effectiveness during the storage of apples and pears. The lower the oxygen level, the less the fruits respire and the less they deteriorate in quality. European Fruit Magazine – EFM no. 3 – 2015 (English).

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