Here we had an Iced up walk in cooler evaporator coil, we found that the unit needed a good cleaning and a few evaporator fan motors.
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30 thoughts on “ICED UP WALK IN COOLER EVAPORATOR COIL

  1. Gene_K Hvacr says:

    how long did it take you n help to get it all done ,helps in quoting jobs like that Thanks! and did you wear a rain jacket or some cover all to avoid them acids drips and wash water i bet that water and stuff stank off whatever they stored in there, we did a old restaurant same kinda coils lo profiles,Phew the stuff and water got splashed onto our clothes thru the rain jackets we stank like smelly old stale garlic,ginger and all kinda flipping sauces they must have stored in there it was a nasty experience all the way back home Nice Vid Thanks for sharing👍👍😎

  2. Rick L says:

    Odd thing with any freezer it seams sometimes one thing can cause the whole system to snow ball,,, was working on a upright freezer for residential use and it was over stuffed with a bag of ice and that was holding the door open a smidge,,that caused a total ice over on the evaporator,,

  3. Duane Carroll says:

    Question, I'm in residential and I've been an operator in industrial..
    I got a call from a cooling facility about his evaps freezing up when the doors are open. Any ideas?

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