How to clean an evap coil in a walk in cooler, this one was plugged.

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44 thoughts on “Walk In Cooler Maintenance

  1. Casey Smyth says:

    Saved a coil just like that we removed from a freezer. I had though about repurposing it and making up my own garage AC unit with it…….but mini splits are the too affordable now days so I recycled it….lol

  2. Dave K says:

    I use to hate walking into a grocery store and reading the log book.. adjusted TXV and got close to superheat.. go see the walk in.. and bang.. pluggo buggo..drop the pan and clean coils. Medium temp ALWAYS gets like that from cardboard dust. Freezers not so.. who sits in a freezer breaking down boxes.. be safe brother Dave. Thanks for sharing.. im finishing up my Hospital start up

  3. Kyle Greer says:

    Yo Dave. Been watching your vids since 2017. They helped me go from PM tech all the way up to senior tech. Wanted to say thanks for the knowledge and the laughs. Question. Did you have to get any kind of documentation or waivers from customers or from equipment manufacturers to start making these videos?

  4. John T says:

    Had a cutting room with six LFA coils. Every day they wash down. The steam turns the dirt into cardboard. Had to clean them every six months. Btw, the USDA inspector never said a word. Lol.

  5. Frost Control Hayder says:

    the oncoming air has dust and will stuck on the coil , since the evaporator is cool and drains the water as well the evapo fans works the dust will be remuved aoutomaticly with drained water. so i think this unit worked whithout gas.

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