Keeping perishables at an optimal temperature is essential for many businesses, and when there's a need for mobile or additional cold storage, fridge trailers can come in incredibly handy. But beyond just storage, the cleanliness of these trailers is of utmost importance, especially if you’re using your freezer to store food products.
In a world where food preservation is paramount, frozen food plays an integral role in ensuring that households and businesses can store perishable items for prolonged periods.
From time to time, Icecool Trailers receives an inquiry from a potential client who knows very little about mobile refrigeration. We take great pride in educating such clients with the knowledge that they may need our services one day. In light of that, we have decided to use this blog post to do much the same thing.
Among all of the repairs made to walk-in refrigerators and freezers, one of the most common is that of replacing a dead fan. Even if everything else in a refrigeration unit is working properly, cold temperatures cannot be maintained if the interior fan is not working. But why? What happens when the walk-in freezer fans not running?