Commercial Refrigeration Equipment And Services

The purchase of new refrigeration equipment for your business comes with the responsibility of seeking routine maintenance services and being equipped with a reliable technician who can troubleshoot and repair the equipment models you have invested in. Choose equipment and prepare a care plan for various maintenance and repair essentials.

The Manufacturer And The Installation

If refrigerated supplies are going to be essential for the operation of your business or if you are going to be selling consumables that must be supplied with a temperature-regulated storage area, buying equipment from a manufacturer that is noted for their quality appliances is important.

An HVAC contractor will be installing all of the equipment that you invest in and should be aware of venting and installation requirements that will allow you to operate the equipment in a safe manner. Large commercial refrigeration units often differ from those that are installed in residential settings. They may use a distinct heat exchange system or may require that a unit's compressor or condenser unit be set up independently from each appliance.

If refrigerators, vending machines, ice machines, and other equipment will be used on various floors within your business, a contractor will need to map out a suitable area to install each piece of equipment and ensure that the equipment is properly vented.

The Maintenance And Repair Strategies

Your HVAC contractor can refer you to a technician who can keep your equipment maintained. HVAC maintenance services include checking drain lines, condensate pumps, circuits, and safety valves. Leak detection equipment may be used to determine if the refrigerant levels for your equipment are adequate.

Damage to your equipment should be addressed quickly. Keep track of who to call when a problem arises. Write down the model numbers of the refrigerated equipment that you own. Be aware of any inconsistencies in the temperatures within a cooler and other refrigerated devices. Simply inspecting the thermostat within each unit will help you determine if a unit needs to be serviced. Keep all of the logged information in an area where it can be retrieved quickly.

Have a backup plan that involves refrigerating supplies or merchandise in an alternate area while your equipment is being serviced. Speak to a technician in advance about the services that they offer. Find out the hours that a technician is available to fix equipment and any scenarios that would require faulty equipment to be repaired remotely.

Contact a company like Indoor Comfort Inc to learn more.