Ripening chamber is a special-purpose room designed to control the temperature, humidity, ethylene gas and air flow for the ripening of fruits and vegetables. It is an enclosed structure insulated with high-density foam and equipped with refrigeration and air circulation systems to control the environment and maintain the desired temperature. The ripening gases, typically ethylene, are released into the chamber in controlled amounts. The chamber is also equipped with sensors and controllers to monitor and adjust the environmental conditions. Ripening chambers are used to ripen a variety of fruits and vegetables, such as bananas, mangoes, avocados and tomatoes, to ensure they reach the desired sweetness, texture and flavor.