• What We Do

Cold Storage

CES furnishes and installs insulated panels and doors for building cooler, freezer and food processing facilities. From small cooler and freezer units for food processors to large scale distribution facilities and warehouses, we tailor the structure to your individual needs.

CES Foamwall Insulated Panels and CES Cold Storage Doors lead the field in value and quality. Our versatile manufacturing capabilities provide you with the right products and features for their specific applications.

Our commitment to quality workmanship is manifested in our installation crews., who are specially trained in cold storage construction techniques. Whether the project is a small walk-in unit or a large warehouse, the CES installation team helps meet our goal of total customer satisfaction on every job.

Capabilities

  • Cold storage warehouses
  • Food processing plants
  • Walk-in coolers and freezers
  • Cold storage doors – power operated and manual
  • Special environment rooms
  • New and retrofit control systems

CES foamwall insulated panels

CES continues to lead the field in value and quality in cold storage construction. Our Foamwall insulated panels are manufactured to customer specifications and are ideally suited for both cooler and freezer applications. A catalytically cured single component urethane adhesive with 100% contact area provides a permanent bond between the panel facings and the insulated core. Panels are available in widths up to 48 inches and lengths up to 33 feet.

Commercial & Industrial

Insulated panels & doors

Manufacturing

CES Foamwall Insulated Panels and CES Cold Storage Doors lead the field in value and quality. Our versatile manufacturing capabilities combined with our select vendor-supplied items allow us to provide our customers with the right products and features for their specific applications.

Installation

Everyone at CES is committed to quality workmanship and attention to detail. Our installation crews are specially trained in cold storage and insulated panel construction techniques. Whether the project is a small walk-in unit or a large warehouse, the CES installation team helps us meet our goal of total customer satisfaction every time.

Service

Our service division at CES, “the doorman”, completes our full capability roster. Our service technicians bring over three decades of experience and fully stocked service vans to deliver the best installations, repairs and maintenance available.

Cold Storage Doors

CES furnishes and installs insulated panels and doors for building cooler, freezer and food processing facilities. From small cooler and freezer units for food processors to large scale distribution facilities and warehouses, we tailor the structure to your individual needs.
CES Foamwall Insulated Panels and CES Cold Storage Doors lead the field in value and quality. Our versatile manufacturing capabilities provide you with the right products and features for their specific applications.
Our commitment to quality workmanship is manifested in our installation crews., who are specially trained in cold storage construction techniques. Whether the project is a small walk-in unit or a large warehouse, the CES installation team helps meet our goal of total customer satisfaction on every job.

Capabilities

  • Cold storage warehouses
  • Food processing plants
  • Walk-in coolers and freezers
  • Cold storage doors – power operated and manual
  • Special environment rooms
  • New and retrofit control systems

Clean Rooms & Environmental

Cleanroom Custom Design

A complete continuum of CES resources is at your disposal

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Design

Our design team integrates performance, aesthetic, and budgetary considerations to create the best value and most functional design.

Manufacturing

Versatile manufacturing capabilities provide our clients with custom products and features for their specific applications.

Installation

Attention to detail results in the highest quality workmanship from our experienced installation team, delivering total client satisfaction on every project.

Service

Our service technicians bring over 4 decades of experience and fully stocked vans to deliver the best installation, repairs and maintenance available. And our project engineers are always available for service, upgrade, or technical instruction no matter how long ago your system was installed. We also offer twenty-four hour a day modem support.

Rely on Our Team’s Expertise To Bring You The Best Solution For Every Project

CES is an owner-managed, fast-growing company with a proven reputation for expertise and continued service. We invest in continued training and insist on hiring the best. Our project engineers are thoroughly versed in USDA, FDA, HACCP and ISO requirements.

Control Systems

The CES Controls Division designs, installs and maintains state of the art control systems for special environments. Whether our customers’ needs are for clean, cold, warm, dry, humid or pressure controlled conditions, CES system integrators will provide cost effective solutions. CES serves a wide range of clients in food processing, cold storage, semiconductor, biotechnology, product test and wastewater applications.

Products

The CES System 2000 Cleanroom Controller
a complete package of controls and sensors ready to wire into cleanroom air handling and conditioning equipment.

CES System 2000 Cooler/Freezer Controller
This system features the same “plug & play” ease of use with an exclusive “Product Saver” technology that protects against product damage due to refrigeration failure.

Service and Support

CES crews are specially trained in the installation, operation and service of our controls systems. CES believes in providing a quick response to a customer’s needs, so customers have access to a CES engineer 24 hours a day. Via phone lines, our personnel are able to diagnose problems and implement solutions. Additionally, training of the customer is a standard feature of all projects, allowing the customer to be self-sufficient in the operation of their control systems.

Gro-AHU

New Air Handler for Indoor Grow Rooms Lowers HVAC Tonnage Required

The new CES Gro-AHU offers indoor growers better control of the growing environment, less refrigeration tonnage required than conventional air handlers, and lower cost to operate. The Gro-AHU’s unique design (US patent pending) utilizes variable speed fans, a passive desiccant rotor, bypass dampers, pre and post filtration, specially designed cooling and heating coils, and built-in controls that enable the following advantages:

1.The Gro-AHU adapts to the changing environmental requirements for cooling (sensible heat removal) and dehumidification (latent heat removal). The control system uses a proprietary algorithm to operate the system components to maintain the temperature and humidity setpoints at the lowest power consumption for each stage of growth. At the early stage,  plants are small and transpiration is low, so less dehumidification is required. With less transpiration, there is less heat removal due to evaporation, so the air handler must remove nearly the full sensible heatload of the lights without over-dehumidifying the room. As the plants grow larger, they transpire more moisture, which decreases the sensible cooling requirement and increases the dehumidification requirement from the AHU. The Gro-AHU is the only system on the market that can adapt its output to remove sensible and latent heat removal at the lowest possible power consumption.

2.The incorporation of a Cromer Cycle passive desiccant rotor enables the Gro-AHU to remove more moisture per ton of cooling input than conventional air handlers. The Cromer Cycle air conditioner is a proven dehumidification technology that has been used for years in hospital, museum, and other commercial applications. Fewer tons of HVAC means less initial cost compared to conventional HVAC.

3. The Gro-AHU operates at a higher refrigerant temperature than other types of dehumidifying air handlers. Other units require colder cooling coil temperatures to remove moisture. In the case of chilled water, the Gro-AHU can operate effectively with pure water at 44F, whereas other systems require 32-35F glycol to achieve the same moisture removal. A 100 ton Trane chiller makes 100 tons of cooling at 44F pure water. That same chiller only makes 75 tons with 32F glycol. In the case of direct expansion refrigerant systems, the lower refrigerant temperature requires more power to achieve the same result. For a given system capacity, the Gro-AHU reduces operating cost by as much as 35%.

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