You pull for magnum they run reefers and they use . Lot of 387 and pay up ti .50 a mile
Doesn't matter.Open the doors and all you are doing is sucking I. Warm air from the gap under the doors.
Why do you think you defrost so dang much sitting on the docks. All you are doing ng is icing up the evaporator causing it to go into defrost mode.
WTF.... Are you trying to say?You pull for magnum they run reefers and they use . Lot of 387 and pay up ti .50 a mile
They may have their doors open but I'm sure their air conditioning isn't ducted so it blows straight outside.Many of you know I've been around the world on a cruise ship many many times and have seen every exotic port. They ALL have a main street trying to sell you everything. It's HOT. I mean HOT HOT HOT. All the stores are pretty much the same. The front door is like sliding doors that when opened are about 15 feet wide. They leave them open all the time and the inside of the store is like a perfect 68 degrees. I have no idea how the cold stays inside but it does.
I remember being in Papua New Guinea. It was so hot I had trouble breathing. I made my way back to the ship by going from one store to the next.
I always turn the reefer off in the dock unless they specifically request that I keep it running.The air chute across the ceiling carries the cold air to the rear, then it flows across the freight & gets sucked back into the unit down near the floor in front.
When in a dock, the refrigerated air is blown straight into the warehouse. Most loading areas are kept at temps in the 30's or 40's so if your set point is below that, you are using your reefer fuel to cool their warehouse while drawing in their warmer air across the freight in the trailer.
Its my fuel, and it ain't free.I never give customers free refrigeration...
They're past that now. The switches can be bypassed in software when necessary.Prime had those door switches on some of their trailers. The fuses had a bad habit of blowing at the absolute worst times and the unit wouldn't run at all. They ended up jumping the connections on most of them and bypassing the switches altogether.
I've given them the "we don't provide free refrigeration for your warehouse" explanation before.Trailer was off at the receiver. If either of them complained, I'd hand them the door switch explanation and tell them if they're concerned with their freight melting, maybe they need to get it off my trailer.