Reach-In Glass Door Refrigerators and Coolers
Glass Door Coolers and Refrigerators Display Inventory While Keeping Food Fresh
Commercial reach-in glass door refrigerators, generally found in restaurant kitchens and in front of the house grocery or market settings, keep foods cold and easily accessible. Commercial reach in refrigeration with glass doors are preferred when businesses want to display merchandise. Elite Restaurant Equipment offers a wide selection of commercial reach-in refrigerators in both sliding and swinging door styles.
When making your purchase of a glass door refrigerator or cooler, consider the dimensions and the interior capacity of the unit. Know that the number of doors on a cooler or refrigerator usually reflects the dimensions and capacity of the equipment. Reach-in glass door coolers display soda, milk, and more, often in markets and delis.
Buying Guide to Reach-In Glass Door Refrigerators
Glass door refrigerators are typically favored over stainless steel solid door reach-in refrigerators because of the beautiful style and easy stock awareness. This style of refrigerator is great for the simple fact you can check your stock easily in any commercial food service establishment without opening the door.
Frequently Asked Questions about Glass Door Refrigeration Units
Is a top-mounted or bottom-mounted compressor better for my establishment? Buyers must consider the compressor location when purchasing a commercial glass door reach-in refrigerator. The compressor location can be either bottom mounted or top mounted. Typically bottom-mounted compressors are standard, although glass door reach in refrigerators with top mounted compressors are better for air flow.
What size glass door refrigerator do I need? Be sure to know the capacity that will best suit your establishment. Before purchasing a glass door refrigerator or cooler be sure to take proper measurements. Important measurements to consider are length, width, and height. Glass door refrigerators typically come in 1-, 2-, 3-, and 4-door models.
Do I need casters or legs for my glass door reach-in refrigerator? Caster are also known as wheels and they are a great option for commercial food service establishments. Casters allow the refrigerators and other equipment to be moved easily for duties such as cleaning. Locks on the wheels ensure the cooler will not move out of place.
Swing-door or sliding-door reach-in refrigerators? Glass swinging door reach-in refrigerators have a large opening. Sliding glass door reach-in refrigerators are a more economical option. Both models have self-closing door options.
What are other optional features when it comes to glass door coolers or refrigerators?. Glass door reach in refrigerators come in a large array of sizes and styles, left-hinged doors or right hinged doors, and in 1-, 2-, 3-, and 4-door models. Custom designs and sizes of glass door refrigerators are available upon request by Elite Restaurant Equipment.