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Walk-In Freezers

Walk in refrigerators and freezers are great for high volume commercial food service businesses. If your business has the room to fit a walk in unit this is the perfect decision for your corporation in terms of investment. Walk in units generally are larger than self contained refrigeration. Different variations include stainless steel doors and glass doors. When purchasing a walk in refrigerator or freezer be sure to the measurements down correctly.

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Walk-In Freezers: Buying Guide

Many foodservice establishments make use of walk-in freezers because they provide a lot of cold storage space. When searching for the ideal unit, determine whether it will be placed indoor or outdoor. If you need a floor or not, and the overall dimension of the box you need. One of the first things you need to consider when looking for a walk-in freezer is whether it will be used inside or out. Units that will be placed outside will need special coating on the exterior metal to protect it from the elements. The compressor will also need a special cover. For units that will be placed inside, they will be a separate room all to themselves. Finding the right size unit to fit the available space may be a bit of a chore. Whether installing a walk-in freezer in an existing building or during the construction phase of a new building, you will want to take into account the compressor size and location as well as the overall size of the unit. Remember that each wall has about four inches of insulation, so the interior dimensions will be slightly smaller than the exterior. Take this into account when estimating the storage space you need. Another consideration to keep in mind when searching for a walk-in freezer is whether you need it to come with a floor or not, floors that come with the unit are usually a grooved or textured metal. Many establishments opt to lay their own tile floors inside the walk-ins for a more customized look, or to match the flooring of the rest of the kitchen

Top Questions:

What Size Do I Need? Before purchasing walk in freezer be sure to take proper measurements. Important measurements to consider are length, width, and height of the overall space.

Self-Contained or Remote? Self-contained models include the compressor attached to the side or top of the walk-in freezer. Self-contained require no installation. Remote models do not include the compressor. Generally the compressor is stored in a different location in your establishment, and lines are ran from the walk in freezer to the compressor.

Glass Door or Solid Door? If you are displaying merchandise glass door models are perfect. If you are using the walk-in freezer solely for storage solid door models will do the job.