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Vulcan freezer has condensate coming thru freezer wall and thru

Vapor barrier is the answer btu how do I get a vapor barrier in between the freezer wall and the room wall( have 4 inches( Freezer wall should be a vapor barrier already , Will it travel down into the concrete and back up ? Would a epoxy paint on the floor be enough ?

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No epoxy is not enough
you need to insulate the floor use sheet unsulation it comes in 4x8 and then sheet over it with ply wood like a 5/8 ply seal arround the edges with a good indoor our door silicone then use epoxy th seal the ply
by simply sealing the floor you will get loss and make your pump work 3-4 times as hard using 3-4 times the hydro witch means more money over the long haul
spend some time and cash now or spend a lot of cash later.

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