What should I do if there are a lot of water drops on the glass door of the freezer? Is there something wrong with the freezer? Why is it foggy? Let me explain to customers this phenomenon and how to deal with the water mist.
The reason for this phenomenon is that in the rainy season or the rainy season, the humidity in the air exceeds the normal range of the freezer due to high temperature and high humidity. The temperature difference between the inside and outside of the freezer is large, and fogging will appear on the glass door of the freezer. Even the condition of condensation and dripping water, which is the main cause of the water mist problem of glass doors. So how to deal with this phenomenon? Is there any way?
The solution of freezer atomization and condensation:
(1) The temperature of the freezer can be increased appropriately. For example, if the temperature is set at 5°C, it can be adjusted to 7-8°C. Professionals can reduce the generation of water mist;
(2) Improve the environment of the freezer, such as the placement of the freezer, place it in a well-ventilated place, an air-conditioning port or a position where an electric fan can be blown against the glass door of the freezer, which can effectively reduce the formation of water mist;
(3) You can dry the freezer first, and then wipe it with a "dry towel + detergent", which can reduce the generation of water droplets;
(4) Merchants can choose to purchase our Ouxue automatic defogging models or freezer with defogging function, such as heating the defogging glass door freezer will not form water mist, can clearly display the products in the cabinet, and increase the customer's desire to buy.
The above method is not 100% effective in removing condensation, but at least it can effectively reduce the formation of these mists. Atomization or condensation or water droplets on the glass door of the freezer is a natural physical phenomenon. It is not a malfunction of the freezer, or a quality problem of the freezer. This is a problem that you can solve by yourself.