CELLUX

The facts

01

Every single year, an approximated 1.3 billion tons of food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted worldwide.¹

02

For example, in sub-Saharan Africa, there is a loss of another crop worth about $4 billion. This sum could feed 48 million people.¹ Comparable losses of resources are incurred within other developing and emerging countries as well.

03

When stored in the traditional barns of straw and wood, the serious is particularly susceptible torain and infestation by insects and rodents.

Potential

04

By gaining access to improved storage and thus higher quality crops, farmers can achieve more profitable market prices.

05

Reducing post-harvest losses would increase the amount of food available worldwide without the need for additional resources or additional environmental impact.

¹World Food Programme

 

… We have the solution!

THE IDEA

The way it works

1

The electricity supply is generated by solar panels which can either be mounted on the roof of the cooling cell or on a separate support structure.

2

The battery is powered by the energy generated from the solar panels.

3

The battery storage supplies the chiller with constant energy whereby voltage peaks of energy production are absorbed by the storage. It therefore guarantees the operation of the cold room even in poor weather conditions.

4

The cooling unit constantly cools the temperature in the cell to a selected temperature in the range between 6 and 10 °C.

5

The cooling cell can either be integrated into an existing building or housed separately.

6

The cooling cell is shipped in individual parts to its location where it is then assembled without much effort.

The modular system

Cellux is separated into its individual parts and shipped to its final location.

The cooling cell is then assembled on site with the help of an enclosed easy-to-understand instruction guide. Even a trained layman will be able to do the assembling and the electrical connection of the cooling cell.

Cellux is simple to set up and efficient in use!

The Data Sheet

Cellux comes in two sizes that can be enhanced with upgrades in terms of performance.

Cellux S (Standard)

COOLING Cell

Size (L x W x H): 4.40 x 3.20 x 2.47 m
Door size: 0.90 x 2.00 m
Wall thickness: 100 mm
U-value: 0.21 W/m²K

Cooling Unit

Cooling capacity: 3.0 kW
Refrigerant: R134A ozone friendly
Maximum outside temperature: 55°C

Photovoltaic System

Photovoltaic power: 3,180 Wp
Number of solar panels: 4 x 3 panels
Battery capacity: 229 Ah
Self-sufficiency (100 % duty cycle): 8 h

PV UPGRADE 1

Photovoltaic power total: 4,770 Wp
Number of solar panels: 6 x 3 panels
Battery capacity: 333 Ah
Self-sufficiency (100 % duty cycle): 12 h


 

PV UPGRADE 2

Photovoltaic power total: 5,565 Wp
Number of solar panels: 9 x 3 panels
Battery capacity: 460 Ah
Self-sufficiency (100 % duty cycle): 24 h

Cellux L (Large)

COOLING Cell

Size (L x W x H): 6.60 x 3.20 x 2.47 m
Door size: 0.90 x 2.00 m
Wall thickness: 100 mm
U-value: 0.21 W/m²K

Cooling Unit

Cooling capacity: 2 x 3.0 kW
Refrigerant: R134A ozone friendly
Maximum outside temperature: 55°C

Photovoltaic System

Photovoltaic power: 4,770 Wp
Number of solar panels: 6 x 3 panels
Battery capacity: 229 Ah
Self-sufficiency (100 % duty cycle): 6 h

PV UPGRADE 1

Photovoltaic power total: 9,540 Wp
Number of solar panels: 12 x 3 panels
Battery capacity: 916 Ah
Self-sufficiency (100 % duty cycle): 12 h


 

PV UPGRADE 2

Photovoltaic power total: 13,515 Wp
Number of solar panels: 23 x 3 panels
Battery capacity: 1375 Ah
Self-sufficiency (100 % duty cycle): 24 h

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79224 Umkirch/Freiburg (Germany)

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