Glass Door Commercial Refrigerator
Commercial Refrigerator and freezer series Commercial Refrigerator kitchen refrigerator Product Name: solid door commercial refrigerator Model No: SLLDZ4-820LB Applicable place: supermarket, commercial center, commercial kitchen, restaurant, bar, café bar, convenience store. Original Place:...
Commercial Refrigerator and freezer series
Product Name: solid door commercial refrigerator
Model No: SLLDZ4-820LB
Applicable place: supermarket, commercial center, commercial kitchen, restaurant, bar, café bar, convenience store.
Original Place: Quzhou city Zhejiang Province, China
Brand Name: Snow Village
Style: Single temperature, fresh storage, four glass door, top/bottom mounted compressor
Certification: 3C, CE
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glass door commercial refrigerator
2.CFC and HCFC free.
4.Internal corners are round for hygiene and easy clean.
5.Single temperature refrigeration can keep goods fresh longer.
6.Front four glass door is convenient for choose the goods.
7.Mounted famous performance compressor and evaporator.
9.Exceptional 24/7 maintenance & installation instructions support and operation training by after-sales service team
High efficiency compressors and improved coil design
Electronic commutated motors
Variable speed fan
Improved fan blade design
Anti sweat heaters
Improved insulation and gasket
Uniform cabinet temperatures
Reduced heat output from more efficient compressor system and fan motors
Extend product lifetime.
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Keeping your commercial refrigeration system continuously operating is a high priority for you and your customers. Commercial refrigerator and freezer must be kept in prime condition in order to ensure food is safe for consumption, prevent food spoilage and maintain consumer satisfaction. A well maintained cooler also helps reduce energy costs and lessen environmental impact.
Snow Village’s technical assistance branch provides technical assistance, technician training & troubleshooting for our customers and a comprehensive warranty program through our service contractor network throughout our distribution market. Please contact our local after sales team.
Technical Support Contact Information
Snow Village Services highly skilled and experienced team of professionals stands ready to assist you. Contact the team member in your region with your commercial refrigeration maintenance, repair and warranty needs.
Cleaning the Condenser Coils and Fan Blade
Your refrigerator condenser coils and fan are responsible for releasing heat back into ambient air. If your coils are covered with dust, hair, and debris, heat isn't released properly causing your refrigerator’s compressor works harder to keep the refrigerator cool. Clean your refrigerator condenser coils every six months to keep your refrigerator in optimal condition.
1,Locate the coils. For information on your refrigerator's condenser coil location, reference your Use and Care manual. Depending on your refrigerator model, the condenser coils can be located in several places: Along the back of the unit, or Mounted under the unit and accessed via the rear panel, or In the front of the unit and accessed via the toe grill.
2,Isolate the refrigerator from its power source. It is important to unplug the refrigerator to prevent electric shock. If your unit is built-in or difficult to pull forward, turn off power via your home’s breaker box.
3,Use a coil brush to gently remove dust and debris from the coils. Be extremely careful not to puncture the coils. After cleaning the coils with a coil brush, use a vacuum with attached brush to clean up the excess dust and dirt on and around the coils. Do not use a cleaning solution on the coils
4,Use the coil brush and a damp rag to remove dust and dirt from the condenser fan blade. The fan circulates are across the coils, which aids in releasing excess heat. If the fan blade is obstructed in anyway, the coils will have a hard time releasing heat.
5,Clean the floor and surrounding area using a vacuum and rag.
6,Plug the refrigerator back into electric power and slide the unit back into place.