Five strategies for preventing industrial refrigeration repairs

Written by:

Mohammad Bakshayesh

Senior Engineer, Barnet Climate Control

Here are five ways to avoid industrial refrigeration repairs:

Conduct Regular Maintenance:

Regular maintenance is essential to prevent potential problems with your refrigeration system. Scheduling routine maintenance checks can help detect and fix minor issues before they become major problems that require expensive repairs. It is recommended that you conduct maintenance checks at least twice a year or as recommended by the manufacturer.

Keep the System Clean:

A dirty refrigeration system can cause blockages, leaks, and other issues that can lead to costly repairs. To prevent this, ensure that the system is kept clean and free from dirt, dust, and debris. Regularly clean the coils, fans, and other components to keep them functioning efficiently.

Monitor Temperature and Humidity Levels:

Incorrect temperature and humidity levels can cause strain on the refrigeration system, leading to breakdowns and repairs. Ensure that the temperature and humidity levels are within the recommended range for the refrigeration system to work efficiently.

Train Employees:

Proper use and handling of the refrigeration system is crucial to its longevity. Ensure that your employees are adequately trained on how to operate and maintain the system. This will reduce the risk of misuse, which can lead to breakdowns and repairs.

Upgrade the System:

Old and outdated refrigeration systems are prone to frequent breakdowns and repairs. Consider upgrading to a newer and more efficient system that is less likely to require repairs. Newer models are designed to be more energy-efficient and require less maintenance. Upgrading may require an initial investment, but it will save you money in the long run.

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