commercial cooler installation
Commercial coolers, industrial refrigerators and other large-scale fridges and freezers must be installed by professionals who understand the inner workings and unique requirements of commercial refrigeration equipment. This can include installing or arranging for specialty wiring or electric panels to handle the larger energy consumption, combining a new commercial cooler with an existing commercial refrigeration system, and setting up the system so it runs correctly and functions as the manufacturer intends.
Also known as: commercial refrigerator installation, installation of commercial refrigeration equipment
Stores, grocery stores, food service locations, restaurants, hospitals, schools and other institutions often have commercial freezers in their buildings. These commercial freezers are larger, sturdier, and built to be more heavy-duty than residential freezers. Commercial freezers and other heavy-duty freezers may be glass-front freezers to allow customers to choose their own products, front-loading freezers for easy loading, open-top or open-front freezers to allow for easier retrieval of items in a grocery-store setting, and even large cold storage freezer rooms that can store food for busy restaurants, schools and other large commercial ventures.
Also known as: commercial cooler, commercial deep-freeze, heavy duty freezers, front loading freezers, freezer rooms, walk-in freezers
Whether you own a bakery, catering service, restaurant, cafe, school or other business that serves food, a commercial fridge may be the answer. These refrigerators are specially built for commercial use, meaning they’re often larger, sturdier, more efficient and more industrial-looking than refrigerators for home use. Commercial refrigerators may have multiple doors and access points, multiple cooling zones, and a variety of storage sizes from medium-capacity to heavy-duty units for institutional use.
Also known as: commercial refrigerators, glass-door refrigerators, restaurant refrigerators, institutional refrigerators, large-capacity fridge
commercial refrigeration system design
Some local refrigeration contractors offer commercial refrigeration system design services. These services are varied, and they can also include the design of systems that move heat from locations within commercial buildings. Most good companies can help restaurants, convenience stores, industrial businesses, schools, and other institutional or commercial settings create the refrigeration system they need.
Also known as: commercial refrigeration design, industrial refrigeration system, institutional refrigeration system design
commercial refrigeration equipment
Commercial refrigeration equipment includes refrigerators, freezers, coolers and other cooling equipment that’s built for restaurants, schools, bars, coffee shops, snack bars, convenience stores, grocery stores, or other commercial and industrial applications. This equipment can be free-standing, or it can be built into the building.
Also known as: industrial refrigeration systems, institutional refrigeration equipment
glass door refrigerator
Some commercial refrigerators and freezers have glass doors to allow patrons to see the contents. Glass door commercial refrigerators are often seen in grocery stores, convenience stores, gas stations, self-serve areas of cafes and coffee shops, school and workplace lunchrooms, and other areas where patrons need to see and possibly retrieve their own food and beverages. Some are locking and open with the use of a credit card or payment system, while others come with easily-accessed back panels to make refilling and inventory keeping easier.
Also known as: glass-front fridge, commercial glass front fridge, grocery store refrigerator
Industrial freezers, also known as ultra-low temperature freezers, are most often found in industrial settings where food and drink needs to be frozen quickly and solidly. This equipment can include industrial cooling freezers, heat treating coolers, food and product storage, age-hardening surfaces, and custom freezers for other industrial applications.
Also known as: heavy duty freezer, front opening freezers, industrial walk-in freezer
industrial refrigeration system
Factories and industrial settings that need to cool food and other products on a mass scale can benefit from an industrial refrigeration system. These may include cooling systems, freezing systems, cold storage, process cooling, nitrogen immersion systems, precooling systems, forced air cooling, modular and portable ice plants, and more. Hydrocoolers, liquid ice systems, industrial ice makers, water chilling, ICQ and quick freezing systems also exist. Refrigeration systems that cool industrial buildings are also included in these services.
Also known as: industrial cooler, industrial freezer, industrial food storage equipment
Walk-in coolers and walk-in refrigerators are refrigerated storage compartments often used in commercial, institutional and industrial businesses and facilities. These are basically oversized refrigerators that cool and store foods. Most are less than 3,000 square feet, but larger models can be purchased. Walk-in coolers, like other commercial refrigerators and freezers, need to be maintained to keep running well. Good commercial refrigeration companies can schedule regular maintenance for walk-in coolers and walk-in fridges to match your product manufacturer’s recommendations.
Also known as: walk-in freezer, walk-in refrigerator, walk-in fridge, freezer rooms, refrigerated rooms, refrigerated compartments
Walk-in freezers are refrigerated storage compartments often used in commercial, institutional and industrial businesses and facilities to freeze food. These are basically oversized refrigerators that cool and store foods. Most are less than 3,000 square feet, but larger models can be purchased.
Also known as: freezer cold storage, industrial freezers
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