Did You Know?
The USDA offers farm loans to family-sized farmers and ranchers. Awarded through the Farm Service Agency, these loans can be used to purchase land, livestock, and equipment as well as fund any new farm constructions or expansions.
Meat Processing, Production, and Packing Plants
Meat processing facilities have a variety of performance requirements that include much more than simple thermal performance. Processing and packing plants, whether beef, pork, lamb, or other foods are specific to each producer’s desired result. In large facilities, each room operates with a distinct set of environmental requirements particular to each product type.
PermaTherm customers are as diverse as the market itself. Over the years we have helped construct processing plants covering numerous foodstuffs, understanding that each facility is conceived and constructed with a specific outcome in mind.
We know that processing plants are constructed to accommodate multiple functionalities in the food industry such as:
- Blast Freezing
- Vacuum Packaging
No Beef About It
PermaTherm is the 30+year industry leader in customizing thermal building envelopes for meat lockers and processing plants. We understand the individual needs of each facility. While other insulated panels may offer thermal performance, PermaTherm offers a high-quality, high-performing product with R-values that do not deteriorate over time.
In addition to conventional insulated wall panels, PermaTherm can offer a variety of exterior surface combinations and paint finishes, helping you build a solution tailored to your company’s particular processes. Our panels are available in a USDA approved plastisol paint system that withstands harsh, frequent wash downs and constant abrasion – a feature necessary for slaughterhouses and butcheries. Certain spaces, like curing rooms, benefit from our suspended ceiling systems to help maximize flavor. PermaTherm’s retrofit walls, partitions, and expansions can accommodate virtually any potential meat production room or building project as well as the separation of the distinct processes.
Bring Home the Bacon
Since 1987 we have provided panels for the continued growth and expansion of meat production and processing plants. We are confident we can help you beef up your current facility or even help you build a new facility from the ground up. Our team of cold storage consultants are available to provide answers to any questions you may have.