Industrial refrigeration systems are essential for large-scale or heavy-duty cooling applications. Therefore, if you are thinking of installing one in your facility, plant, or commercial space, then proper care is vital in your selection and installation. Because of their size and nature, industrial refrigeration systems are usually more expensive and complex to install than standard refrigeration systems. Therefore, getting the most out of your industrial refrigeration system lies in planning the installation carefully.
In this piece, you will understand the ins and outs of industrial refrigeration system installation.
Like several industrial systems, industrial refrigeration systems are regulated to ensure safe and efficient operations. For instance, it may be unlawful to use some refrigerants in your industrial refrigeration system for safety reasons. Other regulations may dictate the system's construction and operating standards. Therefore, it would help to acquaint yourself with the existing regulations and legislation before your project commences. Doing this can save you from hundreds and thousands of dollars in hefty fines and penalties.
Unfortunately, knowing all the regulations and legislation and what to do regarding compliance can be complex and time-consuming. Therefore, seek professional guidance for a smooth experience.
The industrial refrigeration system you choose is also crucial. The idea is to install a system that best suits your needs. Therefore, evaluate your needs carefully to ensure the refrigeration system you select meets your cooling demands. Some of the critical aspects to keep in mind to find the right system include size, your cooling needs, refrigerant type, power requirements, materials, and the environment. Similarly, it would help to work with a professional to ensure you don't spend your money on the wrong refrigeration system.
Your contractor can make all the difference in the success of your industrial refrigeration installation project. Therefore, be careful in your selection and take your time when choosing one. Generally, you will want to work with an experienced, certified, and reputable contractor. Nonetheless, it pays to consider other critical factors in your selection. For instance, it would be best to work with a contractor that has a manufacturing partner. That way, it will be easy for them to find the best equipment in terms of energy efficiency, system controls, technologies, etc.
Your industrial refrigeration system must be installed in a way that minimises potential hazards as much as possible. For instance, most refrigerants are flammable. Therefore, consider installing the system away from potential fire sources. Does the system have an evaporator? Installing it on the ceilings may not be the best option because it poses injury and accidental damage risks if it becomes loose. Therefore, do a risk assessment before installing the system to ensure it's installed in the safest manner possible.