SUCCESSFUL REFRIGERATION DEPENDS ON GOOD AIRFLOW
Very often we forget that air is the most commonly used heat transfer fluid in air-conditioning and refrigeration systems. We typically remove heat from a refrigerated space by circulating cooled air throughout the room and across the product being refrigerated. A good airflow pattern is critical to the success of any refrigerated space design. A poor airflow pattern will result in poor air cooler and system performance even though the equipment may be adequately sized for the cooling load.