What You May Not Know About Floral Coolers…

Often times we get the question from customers about whether or not they should buy a floral cooler specifically for their floral operation, or if they would be better off with a standard merchandiser for their blooms. The answer is in fact more technical than you’d think and could directly effect your business if flowers are your field.   The main difference between floral coolers and basic refrigerated merchandisers that you would display food or beverages in is the refrigeration system. Floral coolers have refrigeration systems that are specifically designed to hold flowers at a precise temperature and humidity level. In fact, the True Mfg Floral Coolers on MissionRS.com are designed to hold 35°F with a baffled airflow, blossom supporting system that keeps the inside of the floral cabinet at the perfect temperature and humidity, ensuring the flowers have a longer shelf life. Other glass door merchandisers utilize refrigeration systems which don’t maintain the correct humidity levels that a commercial floral case does, thus they can quickly deyhdrate and “burn” the flowers inside the cavity. As a result, this expedites the aging process and diminishes the life span of your freshly cut flowers. Invest in the Best with True Mfg Commercial Floral Cases and get longer lasting blooms! Plus, when you buy a commercial floral cooler or any refrigeration from True Mfg with us online, you get Free Shipping and Liftgate to your commercial address.
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