Use a lift to get it out. I guess you could deice it, replace the drain pan and heaters, repair the drain line, repair the bent fan blades and possible some motors, replace whatever caused it to ice up in the first place and hope you don't find anything else wrong or bent. We could have a small coil like that replaced in 4 hours. I've replaced ones iced and damaged like that in the past. Everyone was happy at the end of the day.
I r the king of the world!...or at least I get to stand on the roof and look down on the rest of yall
found out that the freezer used to be a blast freezer using it as a regular walk in freezer now. 2 evap's in it so the other one kept up. The defrost clock faulted on the one in the picture.
This place is not making enough money so they chose to just leave it as it is. Once it falls from the ceiling and wrecks everything else they maybe they will do something about it.
Some people over their heads I guess.
As a point of safety I would remove all power to that coil and find a way to remove it from the refrigeration system. If left the way it is some one could get a bad shock or if it breaks free they loose all the refrigerant.