About Refrigeration Maintenance & Servicing
Why is refrigeration maintenance important?
Besides the obvious of keeping products fresh, refrigerators have extremely delicate components that require regular attention such as cleaning, replacing, and testing. The cycle of a refrigerator starts with a low-pressure and low-temperature vapour being pulled from the inside of the refrigerator into a compressor, where it’s then met with electricity which raises the pressure and temperature of the vapour, creating a gas. If your unit has faulty components at this stage, it could be a danger to you and your workforce. Following this, the gas travels along the condenser coils which are located in the back of the refrigerator, and eventually meets with the air temperature of the kitchen, causing the gas to form a liquid. The high-pressured liquid then travels to the evaporator coils inside the refrigerator where it absorbs the heat, cooling down the air inside. If you have faulty coils, this would not only be a danger to your staff, but the foods could spoil or become contaminated if met with the liquid. Finally, with a working refrigerator, the liquid would evaporate and become vapour, flowing back down to the compressor to start the cycle again. This part of the cycle is commonly restricted by an over-filled refrigerator causing them to become faulty which our experts would easily identify.
So what are the benefits of ‘serviced’ refrigerators?
• Prevents the need for maintenance
• Reduced costs of repairs
• Saves between 5% & 10% on energy costs
• Fully functional equipment
• Always up-to-date quality units
• If you have little space, a speedy repair could prevent products from spoiling
• Regular advisement of the prevention of bacteria and pests
But what’s in it for me?
Along with this service, we offer:
• Knowledgeable customer service advisors who are there to help
• Access to engineers based nationwide and a rapid response time
• Over 20 years experience
• Up-to-date technology
• We offer free no-obligation quotes
• No job is too small or too big
• We value our customers
• High-quality servicing
• Competitive prices