Walk-in Coolers and Walk-in freezers are cold room chambers to cool or freeze food, beverages, meat, fruit, vegetables, pharmaceutical material, chemical, or other substances stored inside. There are many varying sizes of chillers and freezers. The storage temperatures for a walk-in cool and freezer are -5℃ or -20℃ for refrigerated storage or freezer storage of fresh and frozen fruit and vegetables or frozen food.
The definition of Refrigeration is: The Removal and Relocation of Heat. When You refrigerate something, you are extracting heat from that substance. Even “cold” substances have heat that can still be extracted. When you remove heat from a substance that is “cold” it then becomes “frozen” as its going from a positive degree, to a negative.
At Rep-Air Cooling and Heating we have a three-step process for getting you the perfect Walk-In.
Step 1: We provide a free consultation to get the perfect dimensions for your space.
Step 2: We will find the best refrigeration system for you size of walk-in. This will ensure that your system is not underpowered and wears out or is overpowered and can not effectively remove the from the box, causing ice to build up. We offer the best quality refrigeration systems so that you don’t have to worry.
Step 3: We will do routine maintenance to keep your system in tip top shape. Maintaining the condenser coils, evaporator coils and electrical will help to extend the lifespan of your refrigeration.
We install and renovate refrigeration systems and Freezer/Cooler boxes in Deli/Butcher shops, small grocery stores, convenience stores, residential, new construction sites, and building renovations. We also install and repair ice machines.
We look forward to helping when:
- You need your refrigerant charge to be checked
- You are having troubles with your electrical connections
- You need to verify the amp draw on compressors and motors
- Your box isn’t cold enough or has no air flow
- You have no power to your refrigeration
- Your compressor is not running
- You have an iced-up evaporator coil
- Your fan motor is out
- Your compressor is short cycling