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What is the difference between a Blast chiller and a Shock Freezer?

A shock freezer freezes food very quickly to maintain its cellular structure, and preserve taste and appearance.  A blast chiller allows you to prep foods when convenient, chill them quickly,...

What is a Blast chiller and flash freezer?

These are specialty refrigeration units designed to lower the temperature of foods very rapidly? They can save time and labor, while improving food safety.

What are Refrigerated equipment stands?

Similar to undercounter refrigerators, these units are built extra sturdy to support the weight and resist the heat of heavy cooking equipment such as griddles, charbroilers, and ovens. They allow...

What is a Refrigerated Pizza, Sandwich & Prep Tables?

Sometimes portable, these units typically feature a work surface including a cutting board, a covered cold rail for storing small pans of cold ingredients (like pizza and sandwich toppings) and...

What is a Cold well?

These may be built-in or drop-in. They are individual refrigeration units, often set down into a counter or buffet line. They support pans of cold food and keep them cold....

What are Roll-in and Pass through refrigerators and freezers?

Typically used in retail applications, such as grocery stores, supermarkets, and convenience stores, racks are either loaded from the rear, or pre-loaded then rolled into place. Customers remove their selections...

What are Merchandisers and refrigerated display cases?

Also similar to reach-ins, they are used in retail and front of house applications. They typically have either glass doors that allow the customer to see the products or no...

What is a Undercounter or underbar refrigerator/freezers?

Similar to reach-ins, they are specifically designed to capitalize on unused space below existing counter-tops and behind bars. They may feature doors or drawers, and are useful for storing food...

What is a Undercounter or underbar refrigerator/freezers?

Similar to reach-ins, they are specifically designed to capitalize on unused space below existing counter-tops and behind bars. They may feature doors or drawers, and are useful for storing food...

What is a Reach-in refrigerator or freezer?

They vary in size, height and number of doors. They are often found near the cooking line, the food prep area, the servers’ station, the bar, and even the front...

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