Our Service Department is staffed with knowledgeable and responsive team members who are available to assist you with your industrial refrigeration upgrades, parts orders, emergency repairs and service agreements. From system inspections to providing a variety of preventative maintenance options, American Refrigeration is always here when you need us most.
Preventative maintenance contracts service solutions designed to help all our clients achieve and maintain peak operating performance for their industrial refrigeration systems. Based on the terms of the agreement, our service technicians will monitor and inspect the specified equipment to ensure it is operating at maximum efficiency. Preventive maintenance agreements can include but are not limited to:
We don’t believe in cookie-cutter maintenance contracts. Different applications, operating loads, and environmental factors mean different maintenance needs. Our technician will inspect your operations and recommend a preventative maintenance agreement to help decrease life-cycle costs of your industrial refrigeration equipment by catching issues early, so they never turn into a bigger problem down the road. Call 800-758-6554 to learn more about preventive maintenance and options for remote monitoring.
In any industry requiring low temperatures, the need for a reliable refrigeration system is key and stretches from the farm to the marketplace. Whether you own a processing facility or cold storage warehouse, your profit depends upon a reliable industrial refrigeration system. When equipment fails to function or is functioning poorly, you need 24-Hour Emergency Service that includes:
Industrial refrigeration equipment can experience problems any time, day or night. When you choose American Refrigeration as your 24-Hour Emergency Service provider, you can trust our repair technician to provide the finest professional service in a timely manner. We use the most advanced diagnostic tools to identify problems fast, so we can restore normal operations as quickly as possible. If your system needs an emergency repair, call 800-758-6554.
For the refrigeration industry, reliable cooling is key for ensuring process consistency and product quality. Typical of the food products industry, it is often a short time to market during peak periods. That makes your industrial refrigeration system’s compressors critical for processing, manufacturing, packaging, storage and distribution of goods to today’s consumers.
On a prearranged schedule, our experienced service technician will inspect your system’s components and perform compressor vibration analysis to help identify equipment problems before critical components fail. In fact, our preventative maintenance programs are very cost effective and troubleshooting problems before they occur can save you money with planned parts replacement rather than a more expensive emergency repair.
If you are in the business of processing and storing food or beverages, a preventative maintenance contract from American Refrigeration can limit unwanted down time by eliminating the need for emergency shutdown for compressor repairs. Reliable industrial refrigeration is what keeps food products safe and your facility in compliance with government standards. Compressor vibration may slowly increase or can quickly end with complete equipment failure. Don’t wait until it is to late, call 800-758-6554 for a professional diagnosis.
Compressors are a vital component of any industrial refrigeration system, and in the food & beverage business, it cost money anytime a compressor fails. Whether you are operating a food processing plant or maintaining a cold storage facility for product distribution, American Refrigeration can rebuild your compressor quickly to limit your system down time. First, we will determine precisely what needs to be done and which parts need to be replaced, then our factory-certified technicians rebuild the compressor to factory standards.
Once the compressor rebuild is completed and prior to refrigeration start-up, our technician will check other components including the oil pump, separator, filters and piping, to remove any unwanted debris. Following any major failure, this is an important step to avoid future complications. As the compressor is activated, our technicians will perform a series of operational control checks and safety control sequencing to ensure proper functioning of the rebuilt compressor.
Here at American Refrigeration, we have a complete compressor rebuild shop and access to the right parts to work on almost any make-and-model of industrial refrigeration system. Whether you have a main bearing fail in a screw compressor or a connecting rod let go in a reciprocating unit, we have you covered. Call 800-758-6554 for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergency repairs, preventive compressor vibration analysis or factory-spec compressor rebuild.
To keep the continuum of products flowing from the processing facility to cold storage to distribution to the consumer, the technicians at American Refrigeration understand the importance of providing responsive services to our clients. After all, businesses that place high demands on their industrial refrigeration equipment need the highest level of quality services for testing and analysis to maintain operational efficiency.
Our mechanical integrity reports ensure that all equipment is designed, fabricated, installed, maintained, and operating in compliance with all government safety standards. With the recent increase in focus of OHSA on ammonia plants, equipment inspection and analysis is becoming more and more important. When you select us for your mechanical integrity audit, our trained technicians will complete your inspection using the latest methods and specialized tools to produce a detailed report highlighting all issues found as well as areas needing immediate repair or maintenance.
Here at American Refrigeration, we understand that timely professional services can identify potential problems ahead of time to keep you up and running all of the time. Complex applications can involve a number of potential failure points including mechanical equipment, piping, vessels, sensors and controls. If one or more of these components fail it can lead to degraded system performance or failures that pose health risks to your employees, the environment, and the consumer.