When purchasing a walk-in refrigerator or freezer, foodservice operators have many factors to address. Here are 11 factors that should weigh into any purchasing decision.
Walk-in refrigerators and freezers can have very long service lives. But here are a few telltale signs that a unit needs replacing.
Because walk-in units can last so long, it is easy to take them for granted. But as with any other piece of foodservice equipment, operators will need to replace their walk-in units from time to time.
Walk-in refrigerators and freezers, which chill and hold food items at desired temperatures, are integral parts of many foodservice operations.
The style of compressor, concept type and customer traffic patterns are all factors in recommending the best icemaker for an operation.
As heavily used and (too often) abused products, undercounter refrigerators distinguish themselves in part by how much of a beating they can take.
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