CONDENSATE EVAP PAN
Condensate is a common byproduct from the operation of refrigerators, freezers, and ice machines. Condensation occurs when water is changed from it's gaseous form (water vapor) into liquid as it passes over the evaporator coil. Typically this can occur when warm air comes into contact with cold surfaces where water droplets will form. A condensate drain system is the exit route for this moisture as is collects in condensate the pan, and out through the condensate drain line.
A drip pan or drain pan is a container for catching material such as water or grease that drips from above (as from the burners of a gas range or condensation from an evaporator). It is usually a shallow rectangular metal or plastic pan used especially for baking and roasting, frying, and water containment and may be connected to a drain or drain pipe.
The purpose of the evaporator is to extract heat from the ambient environment (such as the space inside of a refrigerator/freezer/walk-in) allowing that space to cool to a desired temperature which is controlled by a thermostat.
Master-Bilt (sometimes spelled "Masterbilt" or "Master Built") offers a broad line of refrigerated cabinets includes ice cream dipping cabinets, open air merchandisers, refrigerators, and reach-in cases utilized in the foodservice, convenience store and restaurant industries. They also produce walk-in coolers and freezers ranging in size from 30 square feet to complete refrigerated warehouses. In addition, their condensing units and refrigeration units are considered by many to be the best in the industry.