Prepared For When It Matters

Our industrial refrigeration engineers carry a range of parts and equipment for chiller repairs, so we can get your air conditioning or refrigeration system up and running as soon as possible. Having downtime on your equipment is risky, frustrating and can hinder your operations, and we can identify the importance of keeping business operating and systems problem-free. 


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Preventative Remote Monitoring

Upon getting your refrigeration system operating again, our industrial refrigeration engineers will assess your equipment, and we may recommend our ongoing maintenance schedule or Refrigeration Protection Program that enables us to monitor your system and manage it remotely to ensure breakdowns become preventable in the future. This method of remote maintenance proves itself time and time again to be more cost-effective than reactively fixing faults as they occur.


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Need To Know's About Emergency 24 Hour Chiller Repair

We have senior level technicians available 24/7 for advice and emergency breakdowns of chiller repairs, coolrooms and any refrigeration equipment.
One of the most common breakdowns we come across is refrigerant loss. We carry a large range of common refrigerants in our service vehicles.
Liquid chillers are most likely to breakdown when under the most load. A good example of this within the wine industry is during harvest and vintage.

FAQ's About Coolrooms

  • What are some common problems with coolrooms?

    The most common problems with coolrooms are usually to do with the door seals, which can let in warm air and cause the fridge to work harder. Another problem can be the thermostat, which may need to be replaced if it’s not working properly.

  • I think my coolroom needs repairing, how can I tell?

    Mold and mildew can grow in coolrooms if they are not properly ventilated. If you notice any mold or mildew, you should clean it with a bleach solution immediately. Another common problem is leaking coolant. This can be a serious issue because it can contaminate food. If you notice any leaks, you should call a professional to repair the issue.

  • Can I repair my coolroom myself?

    It’s always best to hire a professional but yes, if your coolroom is not cooling properly, there are a few things you can check before calling a professional. Make sure that the condenser coils are clear of debris and the evaporator coils are not frozen. You should also check the thermostat to see if it is set properly. If you still can’t get your coolroom to work, give us a call and we’ll be happy to help.

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