Just in the first phase, there are 800,000 m3 of refrigerated space. These installations are made to preserve products used to make fruit juices like cremogenates and concentrates. The cooling circuit is based on a flooded ammonia system that has three 220kW rotary screw compressors with continuous regulation of capacity from 10 to 100%. The main cooler used stands out, on top of its great performance, for its ecological nature. Because the system doesn’t have an effect on the environment, it doesn’t affect the ozone layer or contribute to global warming. It is an all-natural product that decomposes in the atmosphere in hydrogen and nitrogen. In order to avoid high concentrations of the same substance, which could end up being toxic, it confines all of its contents in the machine room and the other cooling services are pumped in a secondary cooling system.