There are a lot of misconceptions and bad practice going on surrounding the use of infrared temperature guns. Being in the HVAC industry, we see a lot of misuse and thought a breakdown on how …Read More →
Posts By: Brendon Schmidt
Here is some very helpful information on safely storing food in refrigerated spaces.
A cooler is best kept at a temperature between 1.8 to 4 * Celsius (35 to 40* F), this temperature range …Read More →
I was thinking back the other day to when I first got into the trade. There was a time that I can remember as a 1st or 2nd year apprentice running into a commercial ice …Read More →
Day in and day out, the IceMasters team goes out to facilities due to operational issues (this is, of course, the main service we provide). Time and time again many of these facilities do not …Read More →
I would like to start this article off with first saying I’m a beer geek and on top of that a refrigeration geek as well. I have written a couple articles, which pertain to refrigeration …Read More →
Much of this subject is based on communicating with potential clients, current customers and other professionals within the refrigeration and HVAC industry.
Using a large company for your refrigeration needs gets you larger per-hour charges …Read More →
The most commonly encountered issue a refrigeration mechanic sees with self contained style cases is a plugged, dirty and restricted condensers. It is extremely important that these always remain clean and able to “breathe”. Overheating …Read More →