The Central Market is one of the most emblematic buildings in Zaragoza, the work of the Aragonese architect Félix Navarro y Pérez, which opened its doors in 1903 and is currently being restored.

This reform is intended to give more space to the stands and to recover the central aisle and the sides of the old market to give it more space. There will be 74 commercial stands: 8 will be for poultry, 4 for offal, 15 for butchery, 7 for charcuterie, 15 for fruit and vegetables, 14 for fish, 9 for assorted food and 2 frozen food stands. A 30 kW intarCUBE unit with radial fans has been installed to cool the market’s workrooms, supplying cold to 23 double-flow evaporators.

Lanuza Provisional Market

For the duration of the reform of the Central Market, the stands have been moved to a temporary market near the Lanuza Central market , so that the activity of the stalls can continue.

The Lanuza Provisional Market, in service since mid-2018, has installed a 30 kW intarCUBE plant with 12 double-flow evaporators and 6 industrial cubic evaporators, as well as a Sigilus low-temperature motor-condenser to cool the chambers of these provisional stands..

Zaragoza, Spain

Food distribution