Blast Freezer Repair

Commercial Blast Freezer Repair Los Angeles

If you are running a food industry and your business relies on commercial refrigeration equipment, you can not afford a malfunctioning blast freezer. Because when it fails, it will cost you money, disrupt your services and harm your overall business.

However, to avoid such a situation to occur, you can always count on Alturas contractors. We not only provide commercial blast freezer installation services in Los Angeles but also provide commercial blast freezer repair and maintenance services.


Blast Freezer Repair Near Me

The average life of a chiller lies between 5 and 10 years. But a regular preventive maintenance can prolong the life span of the refrigeration units and keep systems in operating condition for a long time.

Alturas Contractors offers Blast Freezer Repair Services in Los Angeles and around.

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Why Alturas Contractors?

Common Blast Chiller or Freezer Issues

The HVAC appliance repair experts at Alturas service all types of commercial blast  chillers in Los Angeles. We are familiar with and equipped in repairing a wide range of common problems like:

Temperature fluctuations

Fluctuations and strange sounds while the unit operates, call HVAC repair service providers to  avoid potential issues with food contamination or food wastage.

Blast chiller Won’t Turn On

This could be due to an interruption in power supply of issue in the wiring. refrigeration repair service provider will check

  • Power sockets
  • Fuses
  • Blast chiller controls

Excessive door opening 

If commercial blast freezers are excessively used and the door opening is very frequent, it can also cause cold air to escape and warm air from outside to seep into the refrigerator.  This results in a load on the freezer’s compressor to maintain the optimum temperature. 

Blast freezer Won’t Reach optimum Temperature

If your blast freezer does’t reach the desired temperature, we check

  • If Repair or replace the thermostat is needed
  • Check for electrical issues

Ice buildup

If water begins to pool in your freezer, Ice buildups on the air vent or evaporator coils.  It Indicates that the your equipment has an underlying problem and needs professional maintenance. Call Alturas specialists right away to figure out the problem.

Worn-out gaskets or hinges

Door seals of the commercial Blast freezer are vital to preserving chilled air inside the unit.  Any tear in the gaskets, broken or misaligned door hinges, and latches can cause cold air to escape and warm air from outside to seep into the refrigerator. This results in a load on the freezer’s compressor to maintain the optimum temperature. It can also cause condensation, which causes wet floors and mold grow

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How do you Maintain a Blast Freezer?

We offer not only installation, but also refrigeration maintenance services so you may focus on your business rather than equipment upkeep. We have years of experience and we are dedicated to provide reliable service to our clients.

There are several tips that should be followed to maximize the efficiency of the blast freezer. 

  • Blast chillers are key in terms of hazard prevention, due to the crucial role they play in food temperature reduction. When food is stored between 5-60 degrees Celsius, it is in a “danger zone”  as bacteria can grow rapidly. Therefore it is extremely important to keep your equipment at a consistent temperature.
  • Keep the condenser coil clean. It is necessary to create cool air to chill the food.
  • Remove frozen condensation from the coils regularly to improve the air flow. It will improve the efficiency of the unit. For this, set your chiller to de-frost mode and leave the door open.
  • Check the Blast chiller’s seal for any leaks or tears. A broken or loose seal can compromise freezer’s  efficiency. A loose seal can allow moisture and warm air to enter the freezer. This results in more time and energy to chill the food.
  • Clean the gaskets regularly to maintain a tight seal. Use warm, soapy water and a soft cloth to keep gaskets an seals clean.
  • While positioning the blast freezer, make sure that it is placed in a well-ventilated area having sufficient air flow. If the exhaust is blocked with other equipmenst or boxes, it will have to work harder to maintain the inner temperature negatively impactimng the equipment’s performance.
  • Dust off the outher areas of the blast chiller regularly to clean any clogs or dirt. Inspect the drain lines for any blockage.

If your blast chiller is not performing well and the food is not cooling as quickly as before, it is advised to call a HVAC repair Service providers to have a look into the equipment.

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Commercial Blast Chiller Repair Service Near You

Blast Chillers need to be checked up regularly to ensure the proper functioning of the units. Make sure you don’t miss your HVAC maintenance appointments as these are necessary preventive measures in keeping your cold storage chillers in a good shape. The repair services of the provided by Alturas specialists will provide you with many years of uninterrupted appliance usage and guarantee improved appliance performance. 

Alturas Contractors can provide a competent, experienced crew to repair and install commercial chillers to meet all of your business and manufacturing demands. If your industry still doesn’t have a chiller, our staff at Alturas Contractors would be pleased to assist you in selecting a brand that will provide the most accurate temperature, humidity, and ventilation for your specific space.

Alturas Contractor’s team of certified professionals will always make sure that your chillers are frequently examined, cleaned, and repaired so you always have a cool and clean environment to work in. In case you are not sure what type of commercial chiller you require for your space; we can answer all of your questions and help you decide.

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Common FAQs about Commercial Chillers

What is the difference between a freezer and a blast freezer?

While regular freezers are typically kept at 0°C, a Blast Freezer operates at an air temperature of -30°C to -40°C. The significantly colder temperature in a blast freezer decreases the freezing process to a time of approximately 3 hours, compared to the 6-12 hours it may take for a normal freezer

What is Blast Chilling?

Blast chilling is a process of rapidly cooling food in order to preserve its freshness and prevent the growth of bacteria. The food is placed in a blast chiller, which rapidly circulates cold air around the food. This chilling process can take anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours, depending on the type and size of the food.

What is Blast Freezing?

Blast freezing is a process where food is quickly frozen using extremely cold air. This process can preserve the quality of food for a longer period of time than other methods.

How long do blast chillers last?

The lifespan of a blast chiller can vary depending on the make and model, but most units will last between 10 and 15 years. However, it is important to note that proper maintenance is key to prolonging the life of your blast chiller. If the unit is not properly cleaned and maintained, it could shorten the lifespan by several years.

Commercial Blast Freezer Repair Service in Los Angeles
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Commercial Blast Freezer Repair services in Los Angeles. Contact Alturas Blast Freezers Repair HVAC contractor near you

Service Type: Commercial Refrigeration Services in Los Angeles

Price: starting from 500

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