Walk in Cooler Repair San Antonio
Do you have a walk in cooler problem in Houston and need repair ASAP? R.H.A.C. offers very responsive, reliable walk in cooler repair services from highly skilled refrigeration repair technicians. R.H.A.C. has been providing repair service for walk in coolers and most other cooling and heating units whether for home or commercial use for years all around Houston and Surrounding Communities.
Walk in Cooler Repair
R.H.A.C. has experience with many different makes and models. Our walk in cooler repair expertise enables us to provide comprehensive diagnostics in a quick manner helping our customers to get back up running with minimum downtime.
Walk in Cooler Repair San Antonio
R.H.A.C. provides you with the highest level of customer support for a complete level of satisfaction. Our walk in cooler repair technical support team is available to serve our valued customers 24/7, 7 days a week! Anywhere in Houston and all surrounding Cities. We use manufacturer recommended parts and have worked with all different brands and models.
Walk-in Coolers are too often neglected from regular maintenance resulting in high energy costs and unnecessary expenses. The common problems that we encounter lead to high energy costs, premature equipment failure, and safety issues.
Most issues that we encounter are with the walk in Coolers box itself. The most common problem is water leaking from the seams. Dripping water not only causes wet floors, but when combined with dirty floors and shelves, creates the perfect environment for mold to grow. The dripping water, in most cases, is actually the result of warm air being sucked into the colder air space thus, causing condensation. The gaps in the seams can be caused from poor installation or from old age. This problem can be easily fixed by caulking the seams with a high grade mold resistant silicone.
Walk in Coolers Door - Common Problem
The walk in Coolers door itself is also a commonly neglected component. The problems we look for here include door gasket condition, door closure assist, and heater strip functionality. Torn/worn door gaskets, while they may seem like non replaceable parts, are actually a fairly inexpensive, easy items to replace. The best way to check the condition is to actually walk inside the Coolers with the lights off and close the door. If you can see light coming in, then they might need replacement. Air leaks from torn gaskets around the door can cause excess water on the floor as well as higher humidity levels inside the cooler. This environment is a cause for concern in regards to safety issues and high energy demands.
The walk in Coolers door closure assist on the outside of the door grabs the door and pulls it tightly closed. These assists are usually made up of springs or a small hydraulic cylinder. Both can wear out over time resulting in a door that never completely closes. If you replace it with the exact same style, a door closure assist can be replaced in 5 minutes or less.
Fault Walk in Coolers Heater Strips
The heater strip is a little more difficult to replace and should only be completed by a trained refrigeration repair technician. It keeps the gasket pliable in order to make a tight seal. It is located in the frame of the door opening, usually behind a shiny metal strip. It should be warm to the touch. Faulty heater strips will cause stuck doors in Coolers and even ice buildup around the door frame.
Walk in Coolers Evaporators
The other problems that we see occur with the evaporator itself. The walk in Coolers evaporator is the unit inside the Cooler's box that actually cools the air by removing the latent heat or humidity. Frozen coils and water dripping from the drain pan on the evaporator are two issues that can usually be avoided if a good maintenance program is implemented. Frozen coils on the evaporator are usually caused by excess dirt and build-up resulting in poor airflow. This causes the Coolers unit to work harder. The other reason is due to a lack of refrigerant. Both issues will cause the evaporator to operate inefficiently.
Walk in Coolers Drain Pan
An overflowing drain pan is caused from the drain pan or line being clogged. This is usually an easy fix that can be resolved by clearing the line. There are products available that can be placed in the drain pan to help breakdown and reduce the sediment in the lines.
All of these areas should be evaluated on a regular basis in order to avoid costly repairs and product losses. It is much cheaper to be proactive and address these issues before they become major problems.
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