Freezing is the process, typical of structures that operate constantly at low temperatures (0 somebody C/32 somebody F) through which the freezing of the soil, saturated with water, causes a deformation pushing the surface upwards.
Under the pavement of these buildings condensation is deposited which, if it is not removed by good ventilation or by adding heat to increase the temperatures, will eventually freeze damaging the floor of the building.
For this purpose, large cold rooms are usually formed by an important cooling system and a thermally insulated casing to minimize consumption. Both the floor and the walls are therefore constructed with large insulation thicknesses and concrete slabs in order to withstand high loads without deformation.
The ideal solutions to achieve these results are: