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If you’re a commercial business that relies on walk-in freezers, a problem with your freezer could be damaging to your bottom line. The costs of commercial freezer repairs can be off-putting, but a quick and cost-effective repair can save your walk-in freezer from costly bigger repairs or even replacements down the line. For minimal disruption to your business and assurance down the line, it’s best to get walk-in freezer problems fixed as soon as possible.
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Common Walk-In Freezer Issues
- Strange freezer sounds
- Freezer not freezing all shelves
- Freezer not cooling
- Freezer is leaking water
- Freezer doesn’t work
- Strange freezer noise
- Freezer doesn’t maintain temperature
- Strange sound from freezer
- Freezer power issues
- Food not frozen in freezer
- Broken freezer light
- Freezer is too hot
- Inconsistent temperature
- Frost build-up in freezer
- Freezer fan broken
- Freezer not freezing food
- Broken freezer
- Freezer temperature too high
- Condensation in freezer
- Freezer door not closing properly
- Freezer not closing properly
Commercial Walk-In Freezer FAQs
If you notice a build-up of frost in your commercial walk-in freezer it could mean that the temperatures inside aren’t stable. This not only causes items to melt and refreeze again, making them unsafe for consumption, but is also an indication that humidity levels are causing excess condensation in your freezer. A build-up of frost by the freezer doors is also an indication that the freezer seals aren’t stopping warm air from leaking inside
A build-up of frost isn’t the only indicator of inconsistent temperatures in your walk-in freezer. If you find that the temperature of your freezer is constantly changing without due cause, it could well be the work of a faulty sensor that is fluctuating and causing problems. It could also simply be an indication of bad staff habits.
Is your commercial refrigerator or refrigeration equipment not powering up? Is your bottle fridge not cooling? In the commercial restaurant business, fixing these issues in a timely manner is paramount.
An obvious sign of mechanical problems are noisy freezers. While most walk-in freezers will have some sort of hum, anything louder or inconsistent is a sure sign that your cooler is malfunctioning. A struggling cooler will need professional inspection and repair from a technician who can identify exactly what the problem is and what the best steps are to take to get your freezer back up and running properly.
COOPER FIX Appliance Repair offers reliable, same-day Freezer repair services in Toronto and the GTA. We can fix all your commercial Freezer appliances in:
|Halton Hills||North York||West Gwillimbury|
|Holland Landing||Oak Ridges||Woodbridge|
Our customer support center is open 7 days a week to assist you in booking a service call.
Some of the businesses we have served throughout the years are:
|Bakeries||Dairy||Organic Food Shop|
|Chemical labs||Grocery Stores||Property Managements|
|Cafeterias||Ice Cream Shop||Restaurants|
|Coffee Shop||Ice-cream parlor||Convenience stores|
|Coin Laundry||Logistics companies||Farm markets|
Throughout the years we had the chance to work with multiple walk in freezer brands such as:
|Beverage air||Jenn Air||SABA Air|
|Bunkers Frozen Novelty||Kings Bottle||Sub Zero|
|Duracold||Master Bilt||Turbo air|
|EFI||Maxx cold||US Refrigeration|
|Emerson||Moffat||WP Restaurant Fridges|
|Fisher and Paykel||Nella||Whirlpool|
Walk in Freezer Maintenance Tips
To prevent ice buildup, you should regularly check the drains, insulation panels and gaskets. Also, install vinyl strip curtains or air curtains to stop warm air from coming in as people walk in and out of the freezer.
Every six months, look for damage and thoroughly inspect the freezer. Look for unusual noise, inspect for signs of corrosion on copper tubing, solder joints and fins. Also, check the drain pan to make sure that there is no ice buildup or debris.
Use a brush, pressurized water, mild detergent or evaporator coil cleaner, but don’t use acid based cleaners. Then, simply rinse the coils until you’ve gotten rid of the residue and pay attention to the drain line, pan and trap.
Make sure there is good airflow and that all fans work well. Ensure that each fan rotates smoothly and tighten any loose screws. Also, check the fan blades for wear and tear and ensure all fan motors are fastened to the motor rail. Also, lubricate the motors if needed.
If your freezer doesn’t close properly, the cool air will escape, which will make it work much harder and also waste energy.
Common Walk-In Freezer Parts
- Air filter
- Condenser fan
- Heater and thermistor
- Defrost control board
- Evaporator fan
- Water inlet valve
- Compressor motor
- Compressor pump
- Water filter
- Water supply valve
Each service truck carries a full inventory of common replacement parts so we can perform most refrigerator repairs within the same day.