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Expert Tips for Safely Transporting Commercial Refrigeration Units



Why is your commercial refrigeration unit always complained about quality issues by customers despite passing inspections in the warehouse? The problem often occurs during transportation. This article will introduce several aspects that need attention during commercial refrigeration unit transportation.

1. Preparation before transportation

Commercial refrigeration units need to be prepared before transportation to ensure that they are not damaged during transportation. Firstly, carefully inspect the size, specifications, and weight of the refrigeration unit to ensure they match the transport vehicle. Secondly, place the refrigeration unit in a flat, dry, and ventilated location, away from high temperatures, moisture, dust, acids, and other substances that could damage it. Prepare professional protective materials such as air cushion film, foam board, and shock-absorbing pads to ensure the refrigeration unit is not affected by impact and vibration during transportation. Additionally, avoid placing any other items on top of the refrigeration unit to prevent damage from excessive pressure. Once preparation is complete, fix the refrigeration unit onto the transport vehicle to ensure stable transportation.

2. Precautions during transportation

Commercial refrigeration units need to be handled with care during transportation to avoid damage or other problems. Firstly, the transport vehicle must drive smoothly, avoiding abrupt braking, turning, or other operations. Additionally, avoid tilting or overturning the refrigeration unit during transportation to prevent refrigerant leakage or other damage. Regularly check the unit's status during transportation to ensure that it has not been damaged.

3. Handling after transportation

Commercial refrigeration units need to be handled after arriving at their destination. Firstly, inspect the exterior of the unit for any damage or deformation. Secondly, inspect the internal components of the refrigeration unit, including the compressor, fan, and condenser, to ensure they have not been damaged. Finally, let the refrigeration unit rest for a period of time before reinstalling it so that the cooling system can return to normal working conditions. Before reinstalling the refrigeration unit, clean the interior and exterior, remove dust and debris, and ensure that the power and water sources are properly connected.

In summary, commercial refrigeration units need to pay attention to the above three aspects during transportation to ensure that they are not damaged and work properly after installation. Before transportation, prepare carefully, determine the placement location and installation method, and prepare professional protective materials. During transportation, handle with care, use professional protective materials, and avoid damage to the refrigeration unit. After transportation, carefully inspect and handle the refrigeration unit to ensure that it has not been damaged and works properly after installation.


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