Repair of refrigeration systems ranges from domestic refrigerators and splits to large complexes (systems and machines in the food refrigeration industry).
Performing a repair on already functioning systems involves a considerable set of problems to be solved at the outset. Whether it is a broken pipe or a component that needs to be replaced, repairs often take place on site, on parts that cannot be disassembled and in places that are inconvenient to reach with a blowtorch. In these cases, the risk that the repair will not succeed perfectly is very high.
Now more than ever, with the spread of refrigeration systems made with carbon dioxide, it is imperative that welds be done properly because of the pressures the systems are subjected to (over 95 bar).