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    Hmm

    Can anyone tell me where I can get a basic understanding of the refrigeration of my walk in cooler, we own a bakery and I am in need of another walk in. Does the coil need to be inside the cooler taking up space can it be flush? any info would be appreciated thanks

  2. #2
    there was a product by Zero Cold Zone which produced an evaporator coil assembly which sat on top of the walk in box.
    Inside all you saw was the fan guard and drain line up near the ceiling.

    They were nice to install and nice to service. Top quality merchandise.


    Wendy's used them.

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    Do you know if you run-in to a walk-in cooler, you can slip and hurt yourself?
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    at what MPH?
    Don't interrupt me while i'm talking to myself

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    Anything above 3 MPH is against OSHA regs........and we know
    how nasty they can be.
    Don't ya go by Kilometers up there Gerry boy?
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  6. #6
    Originally posted by Diceman

    Don't ya go by Kilometers up there Gerry boy?
    sure does looks a lot faster tho.

    lots of run-in coolers, some crawl-in too, but the ones I prefer are the dive-in coolers
    Don't interrupt me while i'm talking to myself

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    in Austrailia they have drive through liquor stores where you drive right in they take your money and load the booze right in your vehicle
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