Just about everything and anything that requires reliable temperature controlled storage

between -40°C and +45°C is suitable. See our UltraFreezer for range -40°C to -65°C.

You can safely store all categories of fresh, processed and frozen foods including fish, meats, fruits and even ice cream.

You can safely store all categories of fresh, processed and frozen foods including fish, meats, fruits and even ice cream.

Storage of pharmaceticals, medicines and vaccines as well as very suitable for Bio and Life Science applications.

Storage of pharmaceticals, medicines and vaccines as well as very suitable for Bio and Life Science applications.

Many modern engineering materials, chemicals and electronic components are best stored at a stable temperature. 

Many modern engineering materials, chemicals and electronic components are best stored at a stable temperature. 

Suitable products and common applications for refrigerated storage

Events and Festivals

TITAN deliver to all types of sporting events, exhibitions and festivals around the globe. We understand the organisers need for planned deliveries and collection of the containers during build up and build down.

ArcticStores are ideal for safe & hygienic storage of raw products, ready to save meals, beverages and all other forms of catering supplies.

We can also supply a wide range of non-refrigerated storage containers.

Pharmaceuticals, Drugs, Medicines and Vaccines storage

Requires some of the highest standards and our cold stores meet the grade. With perfect hygienic storage and effectively zero temperature variance throughout the cold store.

We have also supplied special units built to operate at -65°C.

Many pharmaceutical manufacturing and pharma cold chain logistics companies use our ArcticStore and SuperStores and they have been thermally mapped to ensure compliance.

Killing bed bugs and other infestations

As we travel more it seems there is an increasing tendency that sometimes we bring unwanted house guests back us! 48-72 hours in a container at -40°C and they are dead as the core temperature of all contents will be well below their tolerance!! Heat over +45°C can also be used.

ArcticStores are often used by museums and private people to eradicate infestations in furniture, clothes, bed linen, curtains, carpets, fabrics and even cars!

This can sometimes be performed on our sites.

Cold testing of components and products

As we expand activities into more hostile environments cold testing of individual components and complete products has become a regular requirement.

Our regular ArcticStores will maintain as low as -40°C and are large enough to get a completed car inside for testing.

Industrial materials and products

Some modern industrial materials often best stored in at an optimal temperature. This includes such materials as carbon fibres and adhesives but many chemicals need to be kept within certain temperature bands prior to use.

ArcticStores operate between -40°C and +45°C and for really warm temperatures we have the HotStore that will maintain up to +65°C or our Ultra Freezer with minus 65°C

Retail, Catering, Bakeries and Event storage

Supermarkets, hotels, caterers and event organisers are very regular year round customers storing everything from prepared meals to beer and soft drinks.

Our 1-hand opening doors and internal lights are great attributes for especially these customers.

Fresh meat, frozen Meat and Poultry storage

Producers, distributors and outlets can all realise advantage from our products.

With operating range from -40°C to +45°C TITAN's 10', 20' and 40' ArcticStores and the bigger SuperStores provide a myriad of opportunities for all involved in the meat industry. From farm shops to the biggest supermarkets and including the meat cold chain logistics operators all require effective efficient and affordable cold storage for meat and meat products.

Perfect hygiene, user friendly and 100% affordable our cold stores need to be seen to be believed.

Dairy products storage

Most milk and related dairy products can be stored in our cold stores. The precise zone temperature control throughout and easy cleaning of the food grade interiors create a perfect environment for dairy products at manufacturers or through the cold chain that follows.

Fresh fish, frozen fish and shellfish storage

Is another common application. Our containers feature hermetic drains and are easy to clean to maintain hygienic conditions in the cold store.

Oily fish are often best stored at -30/40°C and Tuna even colder at -50/60°C. ArcticStores operate as low as -40°C and our Arctic Ultra Freezer will reach -65°C. Low fan speed at chill temperatures reduces dehydration of the stored produce.

Fruit and Vegetable storage

Improve shelf-life and quality through the controlled fresh air exchange is standard on the majority of the units. Controlled or modified atmosphere options are available.

Flowers and plant storage

Fresh air exchange improves storing cut flowers and living plants. Our containers have also been used to delay and advance flowering. They have also been used in the production of infant trees and various types of mushrooms.

Airline containers with fresh products or pharmaceuticals

Keep the contents cold or cool by placing the entire air cargo container into an ArcticStore. TITAN can supply 20' and 40' ArcticStores with multiple side doors for easy access.

SuperStore models are available with air container roller floors.

Passive cooling technologies including Phase Change Materials

ArcticStores and ArtcticBlast refrigeration is an excellent solution to pre-cooling modern non-mechanical refrigeration alternatives like Phase Change Materials (PCM) that are increasingly being used for local food distribution and in air cargo containers.

Safe storage with dry ice

Dry ice starts to vaporize (change from dry ice to gaseous CO2) in temperatures warmer than very chilly -78.4C°C/-109°F for non-degrading storage the temperature needs to be at or lower than these temperatures. TITAN’s latest UltraFreezer can maintain close to these temperatures in moderate ambient temperatures. The shelf life of the dry ice is greatly extended even at slightly warmer temperatures.

The use of mechanical refrigeration in containers, to store dry ice, presents other issues users need to be aware of and pay attention to. IF the dry ice is converting to gaseous CO2 then the closed container will experience atmospheric modification creating a CO2 rich atmosphere.

Further, gaseous CO2 has a much greater volume than dry ice and if stored in an air tight container an over-pressure can occur with the potential of the container exploding. ArcticStores include floor drains in each corner. If you wish to store dry ice then these drains should be permanently open allowing the gaseous CO2 (that naturally sinks as heavier than air) to exit the container through these drains. The area around the container should be ventilated at ground level to disperse the CO2.

The storage of dry ice needs take these and other potential hazards like frostbite and ice burns into account and should only ever be performed by experienced personnel with required training and expertise.

There is the potential of real and serious health hazards when storing and handling dry ice. Particularly for anyone entering the container before the entire container is flushed by opening the door for a period of time.