This was a service call on a walk in cooler that was leaking water, I found that the drain line was not pitched correctly and that was causing some issues.
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20 thoughts on “Walk in cooler leaking water

  1. randy handle says:

    Just a tip that I do if you want to try.. i get a threaded spray nozzle hose end teflon and 3/4" threaded PVC coupling and makes a good seal for PVC, other good thing is you can stub a piece of 3/4" PVC pipe, clear hose and hose clamps. Makes a tight seal and no spray back in your face or mess. Other good thing about doing this you can get reducers to go up or down for different size pipe. Also makes a good spray pattern when washing coils.

  2. Kabammed says:

    would you apply this method to residential equipment as well? if I have a horizontal split system in the attic its definitely not ideal or sometimes possible to use a water hose to clear a drain line. too much risk for potential water damage to the customers ceiling. what is your take on this? I've always used nitrogen or even a wet shop vacuum sucking from the outside.

  3. Zelrius says:

    I know this video is old but can anyone help out? So my restaurant I work in, it’s owned by my brother right and the walk in freezer is leaking water below onto the floor like a lot of water. The foods inside aren’t freezing either and basically have thawed out. What can we do right now before help is called? Especially right now to stop the water as it’s leaking nonstop but it’s like slow and gradual too. An owner from next door also told us that her bathroom has water leaking through the floor and she thought it could be our freezer.

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