Stay cool! Keep it running.

Carlson and Stewart wants to ensure that your equipment continues to run at optimal performance. On this blog, we offer important tips for maintaining your refrigeration equipment.

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September Blog: Source Link: https://www.coolingpost.com/features/ammonia-chiller-reduces-energy-use-by-77/ Ammonia chiller reduces energy use by 77% UK: The installation of a low charge ammonia chiller system at a major UK food manufacturer’s storage facility is said to have led to a 77.3% reduction in energy consumption. The Blakemans’ cold...
Advantages of the Compressor Rack System By Chris Savage   Here at Carlson & Stewart Refrigeration we have the opportunity to work with a lot of different types of refrigeration systems.  We typically break these systems into two major categories, Industrial Refrigeration & Commercial Refrigeration.  For all intents and purposes Industrial...
As the world continues to exit quarantine and get back to work, many industries are still feeling the effects of Covid-19, particularly in the construction sector. Reopening of bars and restaurants have been a boon for the refrigeration service industry, but material shortages may mean slower repairs and replacements than the industry is used to....
Carlson & Stewart Refrigeration (CSR) has the technical know-how to help solve any refrigeration change in front of you.  CSR can meet you on-site, help identify multiple solutions, and implement the changes required to make it work.  CSR understands the COVID-19 pandemic has put significant strain on your business and any help we can provide...
Constructing Your Cold Space By Chris Savage   Here at Carlson & Stewart Refrigeration we get the opportunity to visit with a lot of great people who have a lot going on.  I had the opportunity this week to visit with a customer who was working on a project that would require construction of a new cold space.  Here at Carlson & Stewart...
               Well, winter is once again upon us in Minnesota. Even though shoveling the driveway and raking the roof can be bothersome tasks at home, if you own or operate a refrigeration system, this is probably a relatively easy time of year to tend to them. Obviously, the low outdoor air temperatures make easy work for our refrigeration...
December Blog Entry Author: Jarod Hansen   Adiabatic Coolers Carlson & Stewart Refrigeration has replaced many evaporative condensers over the years.  Most of the time they are replaced with direct replacements because the existing steel structure is available.  In some instances, the steel structures need to be replaced due to corrosion.  CSR...
Ammonia Liquid Migration and Cold Weather Startup Author: Erik Hansen                 Those of us in the northern climates are familiar with the cruel outside conditions.  Old Man Winter lets loose his cool breathe and our backyards and driveways become frigid winter lands that make us always think…“why the hell do I live here again?!”  Those of...
Remote Temperature Monitoring & Alarming   Here at Carlson & Stewart Refrigeration we hear something like this all too often:  “My cooler/freezer quit working last night….now all of my product is lost.” What do you do if your cooler or freezer stops working when you are away?  More than likely you have something inside of that cooler or...
With fall fast approaching it is a great time to remind everyone about the importance of commercial refrigeration routine maintenance. Maintaining your systems for optimal energy efficiency is great for the environment and for your pocketbook. Whether you do the maintenance yourself or have a preventative maintenance agreement with Carlson and...

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