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Long term storage of perishable vegetables


, : Long term storage of perishable vegetables. Acta Horticulturae (38): 443-450

The filacell system (based on polypropylene monofilaments) for fresh vegetable storage comprises a highly efficient mass heat exchanger and air washer. The emergent air temperature is controlled directly by the water temperature. It is capable of establishing 98% RH and 0 deg C with continuous ventilation.

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