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 fan actually dies?
A Pilton pub owner has spent the slower winter season developing a brand-new menu of light meals to be served in his establishment. The addition of new food items has helped his business grow, so now he is looking at participating as a vendor at Glastonbury 2015. Whether or not he can make a go of it depends on how much food he thinks he can realistically sell. If he cannot sell what he brings, can it still be salvaged? Yes, if the pub owner takes advantage of temporary freezer units supplied by a company such as Icecool Trailers
Research now being conducted by a global HVAC and refrigeration company holds quite a bit of promise for the commercial food service industry in the UK. However, they are not the only ones that stand to benefit. What Emerson Climate Technologies learns from their work could also prove helpful to the temporary refrigeration sector as well.
Renewable energy holds a lot of promise for changing the way we do things. However, one of the biggest stumbling blocks to large-scale adoption is one of storage. Energy producers need to be able to store excess energy during non-peak periods for later use at peak, whether by battery or some other storage facility.