I always took my home's heating and cooling system for granted. That is until I found myself battling one of the hottest days in years and my air conditioner simply refused to turn on. After contacting my local HVAC contractor, I learned that my cooling coils had frozen over from a lack of maintenance. He did get my AC back up and running that day, but he also helped me to look at my heating and cooling system in a whole new light. I have spent a lot of time over the last few years learning more about how to properly maintain my HVAC system and ultimately lower my energy costs. Today, I would like to share this knowledge with you so that I can help you to avoid some of the costly mistakes I have made in the past.
As a Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) professional who services commercial facilities, you may be faced with the task of maintenancing walk-in freezers for some of your clients. A walk-in freezer may be used for many types of businesses, like factories, restaurants, and other other place that require large freezers for storage. The walk-in freezers will require servicing due to normal wear and tear, as well as repairs to damage or broken parts. Here is a list of common walk-in freezer issues and the troubleshooting process that may fix them.
Freezer Won't Run
A walk-in freezer that doesn't run is quite common but can be a simple fix. To try troubleshooting the problem:
Freezer Isn't Cold
If the walk-in freezer isn't keeping items cold or as cold as they should be, you can try these steps:
Freezer Is Running Loud
When the walk-in freezer is running louder than it should, it usually indictates that there is an issue. Troubleshoot the noise issue by:
Freezer Won't Stop Running
Another common complaint with walk-in freezers is that it will run continuously. If this is the problem, try this:
If you try troubleshooting the issues and they don't work, you should contact a local HVAC contractor to repair or replace the freezer. You can also click here for more info.Share
30 August 2017