The Safe range

refrigerator life support

Prevent blocked condensate drains – 100% reduction in refrigerator repair call-outs

When microbes block your condensate line, you could be in for endless contractor callouts, soaring energy bills… and potential superbugs multiplying just centimetres from customers’ food.

Condensate drain, condensate pipes and condensate pumps are all prone to blockages, when this happens it can trigger costly leaks and require refrigeration maintenance and contractor call outs, what if they could be stopped? How would that impact your commercial refrigeration?

Condensate drain blockage stopped – leaks stopped

When you apply the innovative and unique Safe Range of products, it is 3 simple steps to better refrigeration maintenance and a 100% reduction in refrigerator repair call outs for leaks as a result of drain and tray blockage. This is one of the biggest hidden maintenance costs.

HAZARDS

Letting microbes multiply in commercial refrigeration condensate trays is not only bad for profitability; it also poses a number of significant health and safety risks.

COSTS

Generally, shorted fan motors and wet floors around commercial fridges is a sign that the condensate drain has been blocked – usually by microbial growth which is a thick jelly like substance (add image) that is literally oozing with germs and bacteria. Remove this jelly for good!

BIOFILM

The slime or jelly-like buildup in the refrigeration condensate tray is an exopolysaccharide excreted by bacteria, and it harbours a whole ecosystem of microbes. Conventional deep-cleaning by pressure-washing will not remove the biofilm – or the germs.

3-STEP

If a refrigerator becomes clogged with bacterial exopolysaccharide slime, there are three cleaning challenges : the biofilm itself, the microbes that live in it, and the speed with which they grow back. Any approach that doesn’t tackle each aspect separately could be underestimating the issue.

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