Fighting Back Against Condensation in Walk-In Coolers

Fighting Back Against Condensation in Walk-In Coolers

Condensation in walk-in coolers can be avoided! Owners of walk-in coolers and freezers have seen droplets on glass doors or pooling water on the floor around the edge of the unit and can easily be frustrated. The good news? There are steps you can take to avoid...
Tackling Common Humidity Challenges in Cold Storage

Tackling Common Humidity Challenges in Cold Storage

For companies whose business depends on preserving foods, floral products, scientific research and more, ever-present humidity challenges in cold storage must be managed to ensure quality control, as well as product and human safety. But what is humidity? What causes...
How to Avoid Condensation in Walk-In Freezers

How to Avoid Condensation in Walk-In Freezers

Check out the infographic below to see how you can avoid condensation in walk-in freezers. Condensation forms when warm, moist air meets a colder surface, such as the “sweat” that forms on a cold can of soda on  hot summer day. When warm, moist air meets the cold...
April Showers Bring More Than May Flowers

April Showers Bring More Than May Flowers

Just as warmer weather and rising humidity can affect mood and clothing decisions, it can also impact the performance and appearance of walk-in coolers or freezers. That’s why spring is the perfect time to assess equipment for potential problems to ensure optimal...
Tackling Common Humidity Challenges in Cold Storage

Why Condensation Appears in Walk-in Freezers

As humidity rises, condensation often appears at the frames of walk-in freezers and floors. But why does this happen? Condensation forms when warm, moist air comes in contact with a colder surface, such as the “sweat” that forms on a cold can of soda on a hot summer...
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