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Nothing hampers your sustainability efforts more than a broken refrigerator latch. These small refrigerator parts often go unnoticed and underappreciated until they stop working properly, and that's when you've really got a problem on your hands. A failed refrigerator latch sets off a chain reaction of bad news starting first with your soaring energy bills. When cool air escapes easily from your refrigerator or walk-in cooler, your equipment is working that much harder to maintain temperature. And when your equipment works harder, guess what—your equipment has a shorter lifespan because it's working so hard. Finally, if your equipment is unable to keep the interior of the walk-in cooler or refrigerator cold, then you've got a lot of spoiled product on your hands. Ouch. Don't let this lose-lose-lose situation happen to you! Shop our diverse selection of high quality, reliable refrigeration latches from the industry's leading manufacturers like Kason, Original Parts, Nor-Lake and more.
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