Buying Commercial Refrigeration Equipment

No restaurant or caterer can cook safely without proper refrigeration. Maintaining food temperatures with refrigerators and commercial freezers guarantees your food is kept as fresh as possible, which is paramount to food quality, your customer's experience, and ultimately, your success. There are several top restaurant equipment manufacturers who make quality products built to perfectly chill or freeze food. However, buying a new refrigerator or commercial freezer that is right for you takes an understanding of the varieties and features available. Check out our quick guide for a helpful walk-through. Commercial Refrigeration by Traulsen, Turbo Air, True and Hoshizaki

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A pass-thru refrigerator will give you access to your food products from the front and the rear. Both single- and dual-door models are available, along with extra shelves to store cheeses, wine, food, and other products used in culinary creation. Refrigerated bakery cases and deli cases allow you to promote your goods to the public in an attractive manner. These are used most often to refrigerate pies, desserts or pastries after preparation. {Dry, non-refrigerated bakery display cases are also available online.} Reach-in refrigerators are one of the most commonly-used types of restaurant equipment. This type of refrigeration is useful for keeping food products cold while granting easy access during fast-paced preparation. Under-counter refrigerators can be used with prep tables, or positioned on the kitchen line for easy access to refrigerated foods without taking up any valuable countertop space. The wide interior and storage racks make it easy to store foods inside. Explore all the other refrigeration options online, including glass door merchandisers, milk coolers, floral cases, worktop, refrigerated sushi displays, and pizza prep tables to name a few! Commercial Freezers by True, Arctic Air, Turbo Air and Metalfrio

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Commercial chests make it easy to retrieve items quickly while not delaying food preparation. These chests can be stored directly on the line, or in prep areas. This commercial freezer, which is easy to clean and maintain, is sure to keep your food frozen, while being a reliable option for your day-to-day needs. Under-counter freezers, like the refrigeration units, are a convenient way to keep food at the correct temperature. With the added bonus of a usable workspace on top, these commercial freezers offer plenty of storage without taking up valuable kitchen space.

Glass door freezers are the perfect restaurant equipment for storing produce, milk or other foods that need to be monitored for quality and loss prevention.

Other options available may include worktop freezers, countertop freezers, ice cream dipping cabinets, ice merchandisers, and the ever-popular solid door reach-in freezers. Knowing what models to choose will allow you to customize a solution to fit into the needs of your business. Don't hestitate to call us if we can help you with the buying process or if we can answer any questions you may have. One of our foodservice experts would be glad to walk you through our list of manufacturers and models available. Call us today at 800-319-0690 or email us at info@missionrs.com

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