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What is Controlled Atmosphere Storage?

Controlled Atmosphere (CA) storage is used to extend the storage life of perishable products. CA generally refers to the introduction of Nitrogen (N2) to create a low oxygen (O2) and/or a high Carbon Dioxide (CO2) atmosphere into a container or an airtight enclosure holding the product. The atmosphere is "controlled" by a sequence of measurements and corrections throughout the storage period and is most often used as a supplement to proper refrigerated storage and distribution.

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Gas 'N Go Systems

Deliver accurate commodity specific atmosphere and sanitizing treatments into MAP pallet enclosures

Vac 'N Pac Systems

Provide vacuum infusion treatments in conjunction with a modified atmosphere packaging process

Plug 'N Play Systems

Offer both modified and controlled atmosphere options for storing pallets in a low cost and flexible manner

Chamber Systems

Afford very reliable CA storage solutions using modular chambers inside of exiting facilities

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