Whether you own a store, supermarket, large commercial kitchen, liquor store, flower shop or any number of other business that deal in perishable products you may have a walk-in cooler or walk-in freezer that, …Read More →
Posts Tagged with: refrigeration
If you’re in the market to have a walk-in cooler or walk-in freezer built for cold storage there a few questons that are vital in its design process. It’s like buying any other product… when …Read More →
A very important and hopefully not overlooked aspect of refrigeration systems is the refrigerant itself.
Most systems are quite complex and have many valves, service ports, gaskets, etc. Throughout the life of the equipment it is …Read More →
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 →
Brains over brawn
This is the transcript of an actual radio conversation between a US naval ship and Canadian authorities off the coast of Newfoundland in October 1995. The Radio conversation was released by the Chief …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 →