Inspect your gaskets once a month and check for weak seals. If there is no suction when you open the door chances are it’s time for new gaskets.
Lower Your Electric Bill
Replacing gaskets is an easy, cost effective way to reduce power consumption of coolers running constantly.
Replace Gaskets Before Your Compressor
The cost of replacing a gasket vs an overworked refrigeration compressor is 100:1, gasket replacement being less expensive.
Keep Food at Proper Temperature
Reduce the amount of waste food product by making sure your coolers and walk-in refrigerators have properly functioning gaskets. Replacing refrigeration gaskets helps keep food fresh.
Maintain Health Department Standards
If let go, cracked gaskets can provide lead to an ideal, hard-to-clean, breeding ground for salmonella and other disease causing microorganisms.
When installing gaskets
Clean your hardware thoroughly before installing a new gasket. Keeping your hardware clean on a regular basis will also help prevent additional stress on the unit and extend the life of your equipment and gaskets.
If you need to remove any twists or kinks, soak the new gasket in hot water or use a hair dryer on a medium setting (careful not to melt the gasket).
If you need screws use corrosion resistant stainless steel screws. Due to exposure to moisture standard screws typically break over time.
Coyote Gasket replaces refrigeration gaskets in the greater Phoenix metro valley including Glendale, Tempe, Scottsdale, Chandler, Gilbert, Peoria, Tolleson, Goodyear, Mesa and Surprise. We also schedule trips to Tucson, Flagstaff, Yuma and other statewide locations as needed. Trip charges may apply.