Cool Expectations

The Marine Maintenance Magazine features a how-to guide on keeping your drinks and food cold on board by correctly servicing your refrigerator. Lot’s of tips and tricks that will save you money and frustration by preventing that things will fail to work…
“Most marine refrigeration systems are ignored until they fail. Provided foods remain cold and it’s making ice, there’s no great urgency for you to inspect the refrigeration system when there are so many other maintenance jobs calling your attention. Often systems are buried in a locker or under a berth – “out of sight, out of mind.” The day will arrive, probably during a heat wave, when you open the icebox lid and are greeted with the nauseating smell of spoiled food. This might have been prevented had you added refrigeration to your maintenance log.”

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