Bottom-Air Delivery

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Bottom-Air Delivery is a type of air circulation in a temperature controlled container. Air is pulled by a fan from the top of the container, passed through an evaporator coil for cooling, and then forced through the space under the load and up through the cargo. This type of airflow provides even temperatures.[1]

References

  1. U.S. Department of Transportation Maritime Administration [1]
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