This was a really frustrating one because it kept icing up and it was difficult to figure out exactly what was causing it, the customer kept leaving the door open but I didn’t know if that was the only cause.
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21 thoughts on “THE WALK IN FREEZER KEEPS FREEZING UP

  1. Troy Belding says:

    No reply required – one thing you might look into is one of the two part PE (urethane) expanding foams, rather than using the "good stuff" canned foams. It's often a bit better at handling temperature and humidity extremes. It may be too difficult to deal with for the small areas upon which you're working, but I thought I'd toss it out.

  2. A Wilson says:

    One way to get your customers to stop causing frivolous defrost calls is to simply tell them that after call number 3 that's caused by your people propping the doors open, I'll start charging you an Irritation Tax (AKA Asshole Tax) of $50.00 for the first call after the warning and increasing by $50.00 for each additional frivolous call after that ($100.00 for call 2, $150.00 for call 3 etc.)…

    Wanna bet you never get another call caused by the cooks propping the doors open? Heck, I'd bet you'd be able to hear the Manager scream at the staff from 5 Counties away…

  3. Richard Boyle says:

    Great job Super Chris. Are we seeing som kind of glitch in Measure Quick?
    89 °Cond Saturation
    79 ° Liquid Line
    should be 10 ° Superheat.
    But MQ is saying 6.2 ° ?
    No wonder the little Lizard is Wut Uppin?

  4. Kevin Sullivan says:

    As far as being kind goes… I have been double vaccinated for Covid 19 but I understand the apprehension and mistrust people have of the vaccines and the governments assuring their safety. It seems like Governments all over the world are making decisions that are hurting a lot of people knowingly. What kinds of decisions and actions are some politicians making and doing without our knowledge that are hurting us, our future, and our planet? We need to stick together and try to understand other peoples circumstances and at least try to understand how or why they feel the way they do or act the way they do.

  5. Andreas Pandega says:

    I might be wrong, but i already watched this video (i remember the lizard) and liked the video, but now youtube recommend this video again to me without the red bar below (as if I haven't watched it) and i haven't liked the video (i always gave a like to every video that I've watched)

  6. Kevin Blizzard says:

    you may want to steer towards R-449 …..it's a few bucks cheaper per llb. just a thought. both 448/449 are viable refrigerant solutions for the incumbent 404 /low temp apps. A lower GWP @ -51 boiling point could save you a few bucks on Retro's ! great video btw!

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