Regular cleaning of the refrigerator coil is one of the most effective ways to prevent damage to commercial refrigeration equipment. Coils make your fridge and freezer work properly by giving off heat.
If the coils are covered in dust and dirt, they won't be able to do their job. Dirty coils in the refrigerator can create heat, which can damage wiring, motors, and compressors. Therefore refrigeration case cleaning is important for your refrigerator.
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Like most restaurants and grocery stores, you probably have a refrigerator maintenance contractor that regularly inspects and thoroughly cleans your equipment.
Vacuum coils may be all that is needed to remove dirt and dust from the refrigerator condenser coils. Some refrigeration cleaning experts also prefer to blow dust out of refrigerators using pressurized air cans, which is often used to clean computer keyboards or more powerful portable compressors.
If you follow this method, you should be prepared to clean the dirt and grime that scatter throughout your kitchen.
But here's the thing: you have to be very careful not to damage the fine fins. Using the wrong detergent or technique can do more harm than good.
Therefore, if your coil gets dirty (which can happen in a commercial kitchen), it may be worth leaving a thorough cleaning to a professional who has the tools and expertise to get the job done right and save you time.