#1 Refrigerator is leaking water
One of the most common issues with refrigeration equipment is leaking water both inside and outside of the unit. Examine door gaskets for damage and seal condition. Inspect drain lines for obstructions and defrost lines of excess ice.
#2 Fluid in fresh food compartments.
Accumulation of water in fresh food compartments is not ideal. Luckily this is an easy fix that can be resolved with regular maintenance. The culprit is most likely old or damaged door gaskets. Worn door gaskets allow warm air in resulting in a build-up of condensation.
#3 Commercial Freezer is producing excessive frost.
Additional frost in a commercial refrigeration unit is usually the result of an issue with the defrost system or evaporator fan motor. Perform regular maintenance exams to clear debris, remove ice, or replace the evaporator fan motor.
#4 Refrigerator not running properly.
When your commercial refrigerator or freezer has stopped working entirely, a faulty thermostat may be the culprit. A replacement could be needed as well as a complete inspection of the unit's airflow and compressor.
#5 Refrigerator isn't cooling.
The fluctuation of temperature can be the result of the compressor, obstructed airflow, worn door gaskets, or dirty fans & evaporator coils. Brink Inc. has tailored maintenance agreements that inspect each of these areas to ensure your equipment is maintaining a safe level of cooling temperature.
#6 Loud noises coming from your refrigerator.
Staff and Owners are familiar with the regular humming coming from their refrigeration units. This is a good indication of the condition of your unit's compressor. The absence of that constant vibration of refrigerant being compressed combined with high energy bills can indicate an issue with the unit's compressor. Certified technicians such as those at Brink Inc. perform regular maintenance inspections to keep performance standards high.