What are the applications for a commercial freezer?
Commercial freezers are an important piece of any restaurant kitchen. They are used for keeping ingredients preserved to ensure that the food you are serving is both safe and fresh.
What are the variations of commercial freezers?
Reach in freezers provide standard refrigeration options that are ideal for restaurant applications. They fit easily against walls in standard kitchens. They also offer one-, two- or three-section units and are available with full and half door options so users get the most out of their reach in refrigeration unit.
Undercounter freezers are ideal anywhere that quick, convenient access to preserved items would be beneficial. They are often found under bar tops, in cafes, or in commercial kitchens.
Display freezers are ideal for showing off items to customers and they come in a variety of sizes from countertop to large, three door options.
What number of sections do I need?
Depending on how much storage space you need, the number of sections you need may very. Single section refrigerators typically comes with three shelves, with the option to buy more if you're storing smaller items. Larger boxes are split up into multiple sections, each with its own door. If you are not storing many items a single section should suffice, but if you are running a kitchen, it's better to go with the larger one. Trying to store too many items in a unit that's too small can overfill the unit which may cause it to be unable to maintain safe temperatures and run the risk of breaking down.
What temperature should my refrigeration unit be set to?
According to the Food and Drug Administration, your fridge should be set at or below 40 F (4 C). Your freezer should be set at 0 F (-18 C).