Cooling fruits and vegetables properly is quite a sophisticated process in the area of refrigeration, since each variety has very specific requirements. Initial cooling and storage phase cooling are crucial for determining the period the produce can be stored, its quality and its freshness. Generally high level of humidity in warehouses where fruits and vegetables are stored is needed. At the same time you need good ventilation to maintain an even temperature distribution and proper ventilation of the produce. You can calculate the Güntner agri cooler with a small delta T to achieve a high level of humidity. It also has powerful fans which ensure that the air in the storage facility is continuously interchanged and recycled, as Heinz Jackmann, Director of Product Management at Güntner, explains to messelive.tv reporter Dr. Susanne Frommert-Triemel.