January 28, 2014
An Introduction to Combination Walk-in Refrigerators and Freezers
Combination walk-in refrigerators and freezers have many of the same attributes as single-use units, but have one section that cools between 34 and 38 degrees F and another area that freezes at -10 degrees F.
How to Know When to Replace a Walk-in Refrigerator & Freezer
While they may last 15 to 30 years depending on how well operators maintain their units and several other factors, walk-in refrigerator and freezer units show a number of signs that they be near the end of their service lives. Here we take a look at four indications that it might be time to replace a walk-in refrigerator and freezer.
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Walk-in Refrigerator & Freezer Applications
Foodservice operators can use walk-in coolers and freezers indoors or outdoors to hold virtually any product, including meat, produce, wine, beer, prepared food and even dough at food-safe temperatures.
Maintaining a Walk-in Refrigerator & Freezer
Combination walk-in refrigerators and freezers require the same basic maintenance requirements as single-use units. Here are five basic cleaning and maintenance requirements foodservice operators will need to follow to keep their walk-in refrigerators and freezers running effectively.
Spec Check: Walk-in Refrigerators & Freezers
Like single-use walk-ins, combination walk-in refrigerators and freezers can be custom configured for a wide range of uses. Here are five considerations operators should weigh when purchasing a walk-in refrigerator and freezer.
Energy Efficiency Considerations for Walk-in Refrigerator & Freezers
Combination walk-in units prevent the loss of cold air in the freezer compartment, since it is adjacent to the cooler section rather than to the kitchen.