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29September 2016

Facebook Loves Polar Power Also…

By | September 29th, 2016|

It turns out that Facebook is also a big believer in the cooling power of "Polar Power". Check out the following article from Fast Company talking about their use of outside air in one of [...]

22September 2016

Glass Door Merchandisers and Novelty Coolers

By | September 22nd, 2016|

In addition to a walk-in cooler and freezer, a convenience store in particular, often has a variety of small reach-in glass door merchandisers, sometimes called novelty coolers, . They are often installed for free by [...]

20September 2016

Efficient Refrigerated Walk-in Box Construction

By | September 20th, 2016|

Refrigeration efficiency improves by eliminating multiple small systems, like reach-in refrigerators and chest type freezers, and replacing them with coolers and freezers large enough for people to enter. This increases the ratio of volume to [...]

15September 2016

The Difference Between Air Temperature and Product Temperature

By | September 15th, 2016|

You want the temperature of whatever you are refrigerating to remain constant. While it is possible to keep a product at a remarkably stable temperature, it is likely that the air temperature around it is [...]

13September 2016

The Compressor Bonus

By | September 13th, 2016|

The process of saving energy in the refrigeration of a walk-in cooler or freezer often involves the pleasant prospect of saving even more energy that one might expect. Any electrical energy consumed inside a refrigerated [...]

20July 2016

How to Control Electric Defrost

By | July 20th, 2016|

In an earlier blog, I spoke about why coolers and freezers need a defrost cycle so that the systems work properly.  So how does the refrigeration system know when to go into defrost and, just as [...]