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Cellar cooling installations and repairs

Cellar cooling London

Morecool refrigeration are advantaged of not being tied to one manufacturer, we are able to optimise your installation by selecting the most practical system for your premises and also able to repair and maintain your refrigeration or air conditioning system regardless of its brand.


We don’t just service beer coolers!

We offer the following..

Planned Preventative Maintenance

Air Conditioning service & repairs to all Brands

Re-location of existing equipment (moving outdoor or indoor units for cellars, air con, remote refrigeration etc)

Upgrading equipment to ensure lower running costs.

Legal routine refrigeration leak checking for systems with over 3kg of gas.

Refrigeration cycle


In the refrigeration cycle, a heat pump transfers heat from a lower-temperature heat source into a higher-temperature heat sink. Heat would naturally flow in the opposite direction. This is the most common type of air conditioning. A refrigerator works in much the same way, as it pumps the heat out of the interior and into the room in which it stands.

This cycle takes advantage of the way phase changes work, where latent heat is released at a constant temperature during a liquid/gas phase change, and where varying the pressure of a pure substance also varies its condensation/boiling point.

The most common refrigeration cycle uses an electric motor to drive a compressor. In an automobile, the compressor is driven by a belt over a pulley, the belt being driven by the engine's crankshaft (similar to the driving of the pulleys for the alternator, power steering, etc.). Whether in a car or building, both use electric fan motors for air circulation. Since evaporation occurs when heat is absorbed, and condensation occurs when heat is released, air conditioners use a compressor to cause pressure changes between two compartments, and actively condense and pump a refrigerant around. A refrigerant is pumped into the evaporator coil, located in the compartment to be cooled, where the low pressure causes the refrigerant to evaporate into a vapor, taking heat with it. At the opposite side of the cycle is the condenser, which is located outside of the cooled compartment, where the refrigerant vapor is compressed and forced through another heat exchange coil, condensing the refrigerant into a liquid, thus releasing the heat previously absorbed from the cooled space.

By placing the condenser (where the heat is rejected) inside a compartment, and the evaporator (which absorbs heat) in the ambient environment (such as outside), or merely running a normal air conditioner's refrigerant in the opposite direction, the overall effect is the opposite, and the compartment is heated. This is usually called a heat pump, and is capable of heating a home to comfortable temperatures (25 °C; 70 °F), even when the outside air is below the freezing point of water (0 °C; 32 °F).

Cylinder unloaders are a method of load control used mainly in commercial air conditioning systems. On a semi-hermetic (or open) compressor, the heads can be fitted with unloaders which remove a portion of the load from the compressor so that it can run better when full cooling is not needed. Unloaders can be electrical or mechanical. Caller cooling repair London and the South East contact us for details and prices

We provide cover in the following areas; Aylesbury, Ashford, Battle, Broadstairs, Brighton, Bexhill, Bognor Regis, Canterbury, Chichester, Crawley, Croydon, Dartford, Deal, Dover, Eastbourne, Faversham, Folkestone, Gatwick, Gravesend, Guildford, Hailsham, Hastings, Haywards Heath, Horsham, Horley, Lewes, Littlehampton, London, Maidstone, Margate, Milton Keynes, Kingston upon Thames, Newhaven, Oxford, Paddock wood, Portsmouth, Ramsgate, Reading, Romsey, Seaford, Sevonoaks, Sittingbourne, Southampton, Tonbridge, Tunbridge wells, Worthing and surrounding. We provide refrigeration services to Essex, Hampshire, Kent, Sussex and Surrey. Brewery technical services, draught beer and soft drinks installations.

Cellar cooling repair and installation, bottle fridges, air conditioning,  cellar fan repairs, remote cooler, Gamko and pythons. Beer taps, beer gas installations.

Morecool Refrigeration and air conditioning

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