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When it comes to gas-enabled applications such as cryogenics, Messer engineers are among the most knowledgeable in the industry. If you need a devoted company to help you meet your quality, safety and efficiency targets, Messer is the only name you need to know.

We’ve spent decades devising unique cutting-edge solutions that enable our customers to enhance quality, boost repeatability, and improve throughput with a portfolio of hygienically designed, state-of-the-art chilling systems.

Traditional ice-based chilling is labor-intensive and increases the likelihood of production bottlenecks and workplace injuries. Mechanical chilling requires ammonia-based refrigerants, which are hazardous chemicals. But cryogenic systems from Messer utilize naturally occurring inert gases for a safer, smoother, solution.

Best of all, Messer offers flexible equipment rental and purchase agreements and provides our customized turnkey service. Which solution can we implement for you?

Chilling Systems

Messer's KRYOJECTOR™ Bottom-Injection Chilling Systems

Ideal for:

blender/mixers, kettles: meat, seafood, poultry, bakery dough, not-yet-formed meat and vegetable products, sauces, soups, purees, baby foods, paste and pulp products

Our bottom-injection chilling systems use liquid cryogen to chill dough, seafood products or even ground meat or poultry with cutting-edge efficiency. Plus, our hygienically designed KRYOJECTOR™ injectors provide batch to batch consistency, prevent plugging, and retrofit simply into your existing system.

Messer's Combo Chilling Systems

Ideal for:

meat and poultry parts

These automated systems load chicken, pork, turkey, or red meat portions into a combo and layer them with CO₂ snow. Increase production, reduce labor and improve temperature consistency by eliminating manual dry ice pellet shoveling.

Messer’s Box Chilling System

Ideal for:

seafood, poultry and meat

Each automated box chilling system consistently fills boxes on a conveyor with precise quantity of CO₂ snow, replacing the need for conventional dry ice or water ice systems when processing poultry, pork, seafood and other valuable chilled foods.

Messer's Snow Generating Systems

Ideal for:

poultry, red meat and pork, fish and seafood

Why go through the trouble and expense of purchasing and storing dry ice from an external supplier? Generate CO₂ snow on site at a lower cost and with diminished risk of employee injury with a Messer snow generator.

Our snow systems, with snow horns and full “roll in, roll out” accessibility with dedicated exhaust systems, can support high-volume processing of all manner of raw or fresh foods and meats—all while reducing labor costs, lowering storage expenses, and eliminating ice shortages.

Messer's Flour and Dry Ingredient Chilling System

Ideal for:

baking ingredients including flour, sugar and spices

Ideal for bakeries, our customized systems give you consistent temperature control (+/- 1° F) of flour, sugar, spices, and other ingredients as they enter your mixer or blender, making dough handling and forming processes more consistent and repeatable year-round.

Rapid Sauce Cooling Systems

Ideal for:

liquid foods such as sauces, salad dressings, marinades, gravies, syrups and fillings

Greatly accelerate production rates of liquid foods from gravies and marinades to sauces, syrups, and even fillings by managing temperature as the product flows through your production pipeline.

"I knew we had positive results with [Messer's] automated box chiller system at our fresh poultry plant in Forest, Miss. We wanted to replicate this technology for our new Gadsden production lines."

Roger Witt, Gadsden plan maintenance manager, Koch Foods


Dry Ingredient Chilling for Bakery Manufacturers

Bakery manufacturers know that controlling dough temperature in the mixer is one of the principal challenges in bakery operations, especially when they are producing products...

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