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Aug 22, 2019

Many service technicians experience service calls where the compressor has both a low head pressure and a high suction pressure. Often, the refrigeration equipment is still running, but the product temperature is suffering about 7-10°F. The compressor is still cooling, but not to its rated capacity, which can cause refrigerated products to spoil faster and frozen products to begin to thaw.

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Many service technicians experience service calls where the compressor has both a low head pressure and a high suction pressure. Often, the refrigeration equipment is still running, but the product temperature is suffering about 7-10°F. The compressor is still cooling, but not to its rated capacity, which can cause refrigerated products to spoil faster and frozen products to begin to thaw.