Reliable and Trusted Cold Room Panels

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Cold rooms panels are used to construct cool rooms, which is a necessity in any business involved in the food chain. So, whether you are a cafe, restaurant, supermarket, commercial kitchen, agri producer, food manufacturer, food distribution centre or any other business that needs to store food and keep it fresh until consumption, you need cold rooms or a temperature-controlled environment.

BPAU is in the business of designing, in-house manufacturing, supply and installation of the best in class cold room panels. We specialise in the construction of a full-fledged cool room that meets safety and food regulatory compliance whilst ensuring that your food stays fresh. So, you can rest assured of peace of mind.

When you connect with us to build your cool room panels in Melbourne, we start with an inspection of the site and understand your requirement for a cool room. Then, based on the inputs, we design and manufacturer customised cold room panels, including the doors and supply them to your site. We have the expertise to construct your cool room and have certified professionals and tradies to assist you with the installation of refrigeration systems and any flooring requirements.

Cool Room Insulated Panels that comply with Australian Standards

Since 2008, BPAU has strived to offer exceptional cool room insulated panels for Australian clients that meet the necessary compliance. In addition, we help with the documentation so you could have peace of mind with your cool room.

We have cool room insulated panels in Melbourne in standard sizes ready to ship and can be put together to achieve a quick turnaround on your cool room. Alternately, we work alongside you to precisely understand the needs of your cold room to design and plan a cold room that is entirely tailor-made.

All our cold room panels provide excellent insulation. In addition, our steel skins have anti-bacterial properties that actively work to inhibit the growth of bacteria that cause odours, food poisoning, allergies and stains. Besides, our cool room insulated panels have high-performance capabilities to maintain the temperature within the room, and our construction meets the IPCA standards of a cool room.

AT BPAU, we have a team of experienced and expert designers and construction people to help you achieve your specific cool room. As we manufacture all our coolroom panels in Melbourne in-house using the latest technology and highest quality materials, we are able to offer exceptionally low prices for excellent products that also meet all necessary compliance. When you choose BPAU, you are getting yourself a stress-free and hassle-free service partner who supports your project from beginning to completion.

As a one-stop solution for cold room panels, our clients have come to rely on our designing, manufacturing and installation services for achieving the best cool room or temperature-controlled environment at competitive prices.

Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today on 1800 377 726 and talk to one of our friendly staff about your cool room, and we’ll guide you to achieve it with our cool room insulated panels.

FAQ’s

The most commonly used material in the cool room insulated panels is EPS - Expanded Polystyrene. It is a lightweight and durable material with excellent flame-retardant capability and high thermal insulation properties.

Cool room panels have steel skins that are available in various colours and are both mould and bacteria-resistant to reduce the risk of odour and allergies in the cool room. At BPAU, you can choose from a range of colours for your cold room panels.

A cool room construction involves thorough planning and utilises cool room insulated panels that offer high-performing thermal insulation to maintain the temperature inside the room. AT BPAU, we specialise in the design, manufacturing and installation of cool rooms.

There are thermally insulated panels with a core that is tightly bound. Cool room panels are impermeable to water, with less than 0.7% water absorption rate; they are practically waterproof.