Install a bush walk in cooler.

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Bush walk in cooler
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Turbo air

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36 thoughts on “Walk in box installation

  1. Dave G says:

    Dave what are they doing for the floor being they did not use skreed? There will be huge amounts of condensation and some humidity entering under those panels.

  2. Rick Weidenfeller says:

    Crazy the roof panels laid out that way. They bear weight in the header – glass door side! I would think they would run the opposite way. But then again, you said it is a Turbo Air which explains it all…..

  3. PickleRix says:

    I installed a ton of these walk-in coolers. The walk-in freezer floor panels can get so heavy they can literally give you a hernia. I liked installing the refrigerant piping and electrical but the heavy lifting is no fun at all.

  4. Deane Archer says:

    Hi Nor-Cal, Im now getting into this field and I usually look at alot of videos. I noticed unlike most videos where they are using a concrete slab as floor you didnt use a base chanel or screed on the foot of your panels. My question is: are they necessary for proper alighnment and also to provide a properly sealed box?

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