A tractor-trailer’s refrigeration unit is a critical component for both long and short-haul transportation companies that must deliver climate-controlled loads
Florida is a hot state and particularly during the summer months, your semi-truck’s refrigeration unit experiences the stress of constant operation, which can often lead to problems unless properly maintained. In some cases, proactive monitoring of its performance can help you foresee future challenges and allows you to have them fixed ahead of a major repair.
On-Site Fleet Services provides refrigeration unit repair and replacement, depending on the nature of the problem and its current condition. We work with single or multi-temperature units, as well as any hybrid systems, to ensure their continuous and proper operation–which translates into reliable refrigeration for the long haul.
Our industry-certified techs can check your semi-truck’s reefer system to identify one or more common issues, including:
- Faulty or Broken Hoses
- Fluid Leaks
- Broken Seals
- Condenser, Coils and Clamps
- Bulkhead Airflow Issues
- Temperature Sensors
If you notice your reefer unit is not cooling as expected, contact On-Site Fleet Systems to quickly diagnose a potential cause of the problem. The sooner you can identify the culprit, the less likely you will need to do major repairs in the long run. After all, proactive maintenance on your refrigeration unit is credited with reducing the vast majority of the major repairs for such equipment.