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We service all equipment types – from self-contained stand-alone coolers and freezers employing only the basic components of a refrigeration system to central rack style systems serving multiple remote coolers and freezers. Ambrose Mechanical services all forms of commercial refrigeration systems and performs all phases of work including:

  • Planned maintenance
  • Diagnostics
  • Repair
  • Upgrades
  • Replacement
  • New design
  • Installation 

For all types of commercial and industrial businesses, including:

  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants
  • Food distributors and warehouses
  • Manufacturing
  • Laboratory applications. 

Refrigerated Box Temperature

The temperature a refrigerated box operates at determines if it is classification:

High temperature systems operating at 47ᵒF to 60°F
Medium temperature systems operating at 28ᵒF to 40ᵒF
Low temperature systems operating at -20ᵒF to 0ᵒF
Ultra-low temperature systems operating below -20ᵒF

Small Systems Basic Components

Small self-contained coolers and freezers contain the basic components necessary to every refrigeration system.

These are:
Condenser coil
Refrigerant metering device
Evaporator Coil

Larger Systems Components

Larger systems contain all the basic items above and additional specialty devices such as:
Multiple compressors for capacity control
Compressors with built in capacity control
Solenoid valves
Thermostatic expansion valves
Electronic expansion valves
Evaporator pressure regulating valves
Head pressure regulating valves for low ambient operation
3-way heat recovery valves
Oil management systems

Image: Courtesy of Sporlan Division, Parker Hannifin, Corp
If your facility uses a lot of domestic hot water, a heat recovery system using heat that would be thrown away to heat your hot water can save large amount of energy. Retrofitting your controls can also yield a large return on investment.

Call us today at 585-739-2770 and we can help you to have a better understanding of your system.

Ask us about 24/7 monitoring and alarms to prevent loss of your valuable products

See our HVACR Glossary of Terms for more details.