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    condensation on outside walls of freezer


    Hi i have a small walkin freezer about 2m square got terrible condensation on outside of walls no build up of ice on the inside the unit is housed outside



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    Re: condensation on outside walls of freezer

    try some insulation in the walls, or your insulation is wet, or there is something between the inside + outside skin and its tracking across that knock it down and start again

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    Re: condensation on outside walls of freezer

    The presence of moisture or condensation on the walls outside is a clear indiction of the insulation being to thin or wet (I believe the latter), sometimes the joints inside the room haven't been sealed properly letting moisture in, the defrost cycle doesn't help as it tends to cause the air to expand and force moisture into the insulation (if no relief port is installed), the unit will be working harder as the load is increased, its a big job to dry out the insulation and seal it all back up again.

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    Re: condensation on outside walls of freezer

    There are times when you just have to use the right technical terminology
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    Re: condensation on outside walls of freezer

    hey mad fridgie, I think you may be correct,

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    Re: condensation on outside walls of freezer

    Quote Originally Posted by mad fridgie View Post
    There are times when you just have to use the right technical terminology
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    100 % correct!!!!
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