I am trying to get a walk in freezer maybe about 80X30ft fixed. not cold enough with ice buildup behind one coil. was told the compressor is old and raggedy.I have been through many contractors to fix it. It currently is about 35f because its starting to get cold outside.
recently one contractor recommended by a friend looked at it tolde me
1)The insulation is terrible with freezer panels built on top of concrete.(code violation?)
2) i got an old unit prone to frequent servicings
He said if I had proper insulation the 'old' unit could be good enough to cool the place or freeze it.
He told me I would need to buy at least 4"insulation on floor in addition to diamond plate. which will protect the fork lift.
He should get back to me with a quote for the insulation
( any advice please with rough ballpark figures appreciated)
this is for a job in north va (alexandria area)
[Edited by za on 10-12-2004 at 01:37 AM]