If you are a company that requires commercial refrigeration for your business to run smoothly, then you might be plagued by high energy bills. You absolutely need to make sure that your commercial refrigeration units are adequately powered in order to keep your product or materials at the correct temperature. However, there are ways to make sure that your energy bills are as low as possible. Here are some tips for increasing your energy savings with your commercial refrigeration equipment.

1. Monitor Your Anti-Sweat Heaters

You likely have anti-sweat heaters that are used to make sure that surfaces that are being refrigerated do not form condensation. This can be frustrating that you need to make sure that you keep these surfaces relatively clear and dry for safety reasons, but you also know that the anti-sweat heaters are adding to your energy bill. Play with your heaters to see at what level they actually need to be run in order to keep the surfaces at a relatively dry. Don't run it at full throttle all the time. Reduce the heater at night when no one needs to work with the refrigerated goods and allow condensation to form. Turn up the heater to dry everything off before everyone gets in for the day. By monitoring and varying your usage of the anti-sweat heaters, you will be able to reduce your overall energy costs.

2. Make Sure Your Door Gaskets are Well Maintained

The next thing that you need to do is make sure that your door gaskets and other closing systems are well maintained. This will keep air from leaking out from around the door that you paid to refrigerate. It will also ensure that your doors close at the correct speed to minimize air loss. By ensuring that the air that your pay to refrigerate actually stays within the refrigerated area, you will be able to reduce the amount of money that you have to pay to cool extra air.

3. Clean Your Coils

Finally, make sure that you clean your cooling coils on a regular basis. This will allow you to speed up the heat transfer process and therefore not result in you having to spend more energy to cool the air. Dusting once a week is an easy habit to get into.

For more information, talk to a company that specializes in commercial refrigeration installation. You might be able to save a ton of money if you switch to a new commercial refrigeration system.