Portable Refrigeration Storage services the great state of Iowa with our “all electric” powered cold storage units.  Our portable cold storage units are delivered directly to your location. You can count on us to provide you with the highest quality coolers, freezers, refrigerated containers, and refrigerated trailers. We offer temporary cold storage options for short and long term rent, depending on your specific needs. Our service areas include Ames, Cedar Rapids, Des Moines, Iowa City, and Sioux City to name a few.

20′ portable walk in coolers and walk in freezers are the perfect option for businesses interested in storing frozen or refrigerated food grade perishables.  They are NSF®-approved for food storage applications. Their compact size and portability make them versatile, as they can fit into smaller spaces (like a standard parking spot).  They are conveniently placed at your precise location and are easy to hook up. Our walk in coolers and walk in freezers are able to maintain a constant temperature between 0°F and 40°F.

For customers needing more cold storage space in Iowa, PRS also supplies larger 40′ refrigerated containers and 40′ refrigerated trailers. These units maintain a temperature below 0˚F and up to 75˚F and come standard with “all electric” digital push-button control panels.  They are also able to accommodate up to 18 standard pallets, thanks to the aluminum T-rail floor construction.  Refrigerated containers and refrigerated trailers are ideal options for companies needing large-scale on-site cold storage.

Portable Refrigeration Storage has been supplying customers with reliable cold storage since 1988. We offer free repair service on our refrigeration equipment, as well as flexible rental options for our Iowa service area.  Call us today at (888) 939-5820 or fill out a free online quote and let us help you with your on-site cold storage!

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