Keep Commercial Refrigeration and Freezer Running Efficiently.

Your commercial refrigerators and freezers are an integral part of your kitchen. They’re a critical component, and the last thing you want is for them to go on the fritz.

Unfortunately, commercial refrigeration equipment can be quite expensive to replace or repair if it breaks down. Luckily, there are some simple steps you can take to keep your equipment running efficiently and avoid costly repairs in the future:

Clean the Condenser Coils.

Cleaning the condenser coils can be a simple task, but it’s important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

– Use a soft brush or vacuum cleaner attachment to clean away any dust and debris from inside your refrigerator or freezer.

– If you have hard water deposits on your coils, use vinegar or white distilled vinegar (1/2 cup) in 2 cups of warm water as an alternative cleaning solution that won’t harm them or leave behind streaks as some commercial cleaners do.

Use a Voltage Monitor.

A voltage monitor is a device that plugs into the wall and measures how much electricity is being used. It can help you save money on electricity by alerting you when appliances are using too much power and need to be turned off.

Voltage monitors are not expensive, so it’s worth purchasing one if you want to make sure your commercial refrigerators and freezers are running efficiently in Palm Beach County, Broward County, and surrounding South Florida areas. Here’s how to install a voltage monitor:

– Find an outlet near where your refrigerator or freezer is plugged in (preferably close enough so that the cord from the monitor will reach).

– Plug the monitor into this outlet with an extension cord if necessary, then plug both ends of another extension cord into different outlets at opposite ends of where these two outlets meet (this way there won’t be anything blocking access).

– Turn everything back on again!

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Check the Door Gaskets.

Check the door gasket for cracks, holes, or damage. If it is damaged, replace it immediately with a new gasket.

A damaged door gasket can allow cold air to escape from your refrigerator and cause it to work harder than normal. This will increase your energy costs and shorten the life of your appliance by forcing it to work harder than it was designed.

If you have an old refrigerator that isn’t cooling properly (and doesn’t seem like anything else is wrong), check its gaskets first!

Be Careful What You Store in the Refrigerator or Freezer.

The refrigerator and freezer are two of the most important appliances in any commercial kitchen. They help keep food safe to eat, but they also have a significant impact on your energy bills.

It’s important to make sure that these appliances are running as efficiently as possible so that you don’t waste money on electricity or have a hazardous situation on your hands due to spoiled food. Here are some tips for keeping your refrigerators and freezers running well:

– Store food only in designated areas of each appliance (the door compartment of a refrigerator is not designed for storing food).

– Don’t store large quantities of items that take up space in one spot (you’ll end up wasting space).

– Keep the temperature at 32 degrees Fahrenheit or below if possible–this will help keep bacteria from growing inside the unit!

Keep Your Equipment Away From Heat Sources, Vents, and Direct Sunlight

You want to make sure your equipment is kept away from heat sources and direct sunlight. Heat, vents, and direct sunlight can damage your refrigerator or freezer’s internal components.

If you have a garage with a high-temperature setting, make sure that your appliance is not placed in direct sunlight where it could be damaged by extreme temperatures.

If you keep your refrigerator in the basement near a heat source such as an oven or furnace (or even just above ground level), this may also cause damage over time.

Bottom Line.

No matter how good your equipment is, it will only last so long if you don’t take care of it. These simple tips can help you keep your commercial refrigerators and freezers running efficiently for years to come!

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