Even if there are no obvious problems it pays to check your seals at regular intervals to ensure that all your doors are sealing correctly.
Obvious signs of problems are torn or broken seals, particularly at the bottom seal, which is often out of sight. Another major problem area is the top seal where your staff's fingernails split the seal when they open the door.
Seals will also be causing problems if they are brittle, hard or have lost their flexibility. You'll find other symptoms inside the fridge or coolroom like ice build up on the FDC unit, excessive water and greater microbial build-up.
Your coolrooms and fridges produce cold air to keep the contents cool; the door seals hold the cold air inside and if the seals are worn or damaged, the air will escape. This means fresh food doesn't last as long as it should and also makes the condenser motors work much harder than they should, causing increased running costs and higher electricity bills.
In addition to the mould and bacterial treatment of your fridge door seals, we will inspect and discuss the need to replace damaged or broken door seals during every service.
It makes good sense for your fridge seals to be in peak condition and it will save you money
Jaymak Australia | Food & Beverage Equipment Hygiene Service
Jaymak Australia is a National Company which has been providing a professional and accredited service in the field of commercial equipment hygiene since 1998.
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