John P. McGonegle, P.E., KJWW Engineering, Rockford, Ill.

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Electrical and Power June 1, 2003

When the Power is Cooking the Food Stays Cold

Before processed food even reaches the grocer's freezer cases or is served up at a restaurant, it experiences an extended storage life. And to adequately refrigerate product throughout its storage calls for lots of power—reliable power. Taking a close look at a food-processing or storage facility's total critical power system—from utility entrance to shipping dock—offers up ma...

By John P. McGonegle, P.E., KJWW Engineering, Rockford, Ill.
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