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Do you need a Walk In Cooler?
It can be difficult to determine whether a restaurant’s volume, hours of operation, menu and food preparation system would merit the addition of a walk-in cooler. If you have a daily supply of meat, fish, and produce arriving, reach-in coolers may provide the adequate storage you need. However, if you are finding that you staff team are replenishing supplies constantly, you may want to consider a walk in cooler. In fact, you can actually add a reach-in cooler door to the walk-in.
Due to the greater emphasis on fresh produce in our current society, it has increased the overall demand for walk-in coolers and, correspondingly, reduced demand for walk-in freezers.
You may be asking yourself, “Why not just add more reach-in refrigerators?” Well, if you are adding more reach-ins, you’re adding more condensing units and a lot more electrical service to a job site. By simply switching to a walk-in cooler, you’re cutting down substantially on utility expenses.
In fact, some operators may actually require you to have more than one walk-in cooler if they’re storing a lot of beer or wine. While 35-38 degrees Fahrenheit is a good temperature for storing several items together, specifically produce, meat, fish and beverages, a specialized beer cooler will hold the beverage at a lower temperature and wine cooler too will provide less chill. Now, if space is a concern for you, it is possible to site the box and condenser elsewhere in the building or even outdoors. You could even cut a door in an exterior wall to access the unit, although that would add more to the cost.
For regular maintenance or emergency service, call RefrigerationAid. We will help you with all of your commercial refrigeration needs so that you can focus on your business.
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