A cold room’s main task is to keep the temperature in the storage room as stable as possible and allow as little energy from the outside to get into the room. The entire cold room system has to work efficiently in order to prevent thermal bridges. Trials at independent German certification company TÜV Süd which investigated the insulation properties of nine cold rooms from European suppliers have revealed substantial differences in some cases. The Viessmann cold room exhibited energy consumption 15% lower than the average of the tested rooms. The ideal insulation and system technology, as well as precision manufacturing make the Viessmann cold room system the most efficient on the market when it comes to insulation. Benefits for the operator include reduced use of refrigerating power and lower operating costs. Combining this with the new Tecto Refrigo ceiling unit, which boasts a high efficiency level and can refrigerate more cooling space than competing products, creates another cost-to-benefit advantage. Furthermore, when making their decision for refrigeration units from Viessmann, planners and operators can rely on that the performance specifications on the data sheets correspond with the realistic achievable refrigeration capacity (please see measurement results by the ILK institute Dresden) and thus the optimal cost-benefit-refrigeration unit can be used.