Decrease Your Power Bills and Increase Energy Efficiency

Regular and Planned Commercial Refrigeration Service and Maintenance

With the cost of electricity, can put a strain on any Gold Coast business. Poorly maintained equipment, leads to a decrease in efficiency and an increase in power consumption. This is why it’s so to increase the energy efficiency of your Commercial Refrigeration units. These systems can chew through power if they are not running in an optimal state. An inefficiently run refrigeration unit also leads to further problems, including untimely breakdowns.

Southcoast Refrigeration conducted a study during a regular maintenance program, with an anemometer reader which measures air velocity & temperature. We were very pleased with the results.

During a routine maintenance check, we performed a test to show how valuable a Customised Preventative Maintenance program designed especially for your equipment’s performance, will increase energy efficiency and ultimately save on energy consumption and power costs.

The photos show the airflow in cubic feet per minute, the dirty & blocked filter was pulling 440CFM of air flow, forcing the system to work harder to get the necessary air into the system as required. Once the filter was cleaned the meter shows the air flow at 719CFM reducing the need for energy consumption. This is an increase in energy efficiency with over 37% in air flow to the system, just by having a maintenance clean on the system.

Call South Coast Refrigeration & Air to see how we can help in increasing your commercial refrigeration energy efficiency with a Customised Preventative Maintenance programme designed especially for your specific equipment and requirements.

Southcoast Refrigeration are focused on decreasing your power cost & increasing your Commercial Refrigeration lifespan. A part of our routine maintenance program’s are the cleaning of all Return and Supply Air Filters, Evaporators, Condensing unit’s which are critical to the system’s capacity and air flow. The below results show the outcomes: