Today I run into a cooler that won’t cool and find a somewhat common reason why

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28 thoughts on “Walk in cooler not cooling

  1. Davejohnsonnola says:

    Handometer on the headmaster while -10 degrees ambient…. line "feels cold". Dude you have them calibrated digits!

    At -10 degrees C or F this old skinny southern man is staying in bed under the covers!

    Props to ya!

  2. K G says:

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  3. Raymond Svoboda says:

    Youโ€™re going to naturally have a slightly lower liquid pressure compared to your discharge pressure. If you were guaged up to the discharge line Iโ€™d imagine you would see your head master indeed was maintaining a 148 psi. The valves job is to maintain a minimum discharge pressure by stacking liquid in the condenser.

  4. throttle bottle says:

    yep, perfect for deli meat storage, if not they'll get dinged by health department when it hits defrost at an odd busy time, letting the meats creep up in temps slightly.
    make them use multiple thermometers when they try giving you shiiiit, complain about how easily the calibration can be off as the batteries age in their devices ๐Ÿ˜‰
    trust me they do and they're always skewed, I don't using proper voltage drop compensated test gear (the old school analog stuff, calibrated yearly or more often was 10x more reliable)

  5. eric moeller says:

    U are using a phone as a camera if so its a bad ass camera on that phone but the reason i ask is cause the frame rate is dropping a lot cause it could be cause of apps running in the background

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