Beverage refrigeration parts

Welcome to the biggest choice of refrigeration replacement parts for coolers, freezers, kegerators, and other types of commercial cooling equipment parts. If you are in the process of repairing, upgrading or customizing your refrigerator, then you have come to the right place.

Here, you can find any components you may need, quality manufactured and reasonably priced, including:

  • clearance and overstock industrial refrigeration equipment parts and components
  • refrigeration system parts
  • refrigeration cabinet parts
  • refrigeration compressors
  • commercial refrigeration fan motor parts
  • commercial refrigeration evaporators, condensers, and coils

Browse our catalog and let us know if you need any help choosing the right part.

If you’re not sure which part is right for you let our team help you. Contact us via live chat, email or phone, and we’ll be there in an instant to provide you with a professional consultation and assistance.

Why Buy Refrigeration Parts from BeverageCraft?

Refrigeration equipment is a vital part of any bar, restaurant, or a simple beer party. If something breaks down, finding the right replacement parts at an affordable price is of utmost importance. There is no time to waste, you need to have it fixed as soon as possible. 

We have all the cooling equipment parts you need - from basic replacement items like shelves, shelf clips, and door gaskets to more intricate internal components like refrigeration compressors, evaporator coils and fan motor parts.

Whether you represent a refrigeration equipment service company or are looking for replacement parts for your home-use kegerator and/or bar cooler, you will find what you’re looking for on BeverageCraft.

We have plenty of parts to choose from for most types of industrial cooling equipment: walk-in coolers, freezers, undercounter freezers and refrigerators, commercial reach-in fridges and freezers, merchandiser and chef base units.

We always guarantee top quality, affordable prices and quick delivery options.

Refrigerator System Parts and Components

The basic principle of refrigeration is simple: a colder liquid is continuously passed around an object to be cooled. When a liquid evaporates, it absorbs heat. Conversely, when a liquid condenses, it releases heat. Inside an actual refrigerator, we have something called a refrigeration cycle, and it goes like this:

  1. Low-pressure and low-temperature vapor refrigerant comes into the compressor to come out of it as a high-temperature, high-pressure vapor refrigerant
  2. As the refrigerant enters the condenser coil, it starts rejecting heat, which leads to it turning into a saturated state in the middle of the condenser coil
  3. After that, the refrigerant finally turns into a liquid until it comes out of the condenser coil
  4. The refrigerant then goes into the filter dryer, which is there to absorb any moisture in the system
  5. The next step is the metering device, which allows for a pressure change (a high-pressure, high-temperature liquid is coming into a metering device to turn it into low-pressure, which automatically brings down the temperature as well)
  6. Then, this 80% liquid and 20% flash gas mix get to the middle of the evaporator coil. The refrigerant is now absorbing heat turning into a saturated state
  7. Right after that, the refrigerant turns into a low-pressure, low-temperature vapor. It is still absorbing heat until comes out of the evaporator coil
  8. Finally, as the refrigerant is leaving the evaporator coil, the temperature increases turning it into a low-pressure, low-temperature vapor as it comes up to the service valve. After that, it just enters back into the compressor and the cycle start all over again

At any of these stages a problem can occur. If you need a replacement part, you now know where to find it.

Haven’t found the commercial refrigerator parts you’ve been looking for? Don’t hesitate to write our team of specialists at sales@beveragecraft.com to inquire about the availability. We have new arrivals each week and are always here to help.