One of the most integral aspects of restaurants is the necessity of commercial refrigeration. To ensure a successful commercial operation it’s imperative that all refrigeration processes are working to optimal capacity. Here is an overview of different commercial refrigeration options that you may not have considered.
The Exterior Material
The material that encases the cooling unit needs to be made of aluminium, stainless steel or vinyl. Aluminium is the least expensive option, and the strength and durability of stainless steel is evident, however vinyl is easier to keep clean. The option you choose from is entirely down to your personal preferences and circumstances.
The Interior Storage
The interior cavity of commercial refrigeration can vary tremendously. Adding additional shelving and baskets to the unit can exponentially increase the storage space. Consumers are encouraged to consider their individual needs and the design of the cold storage unit. For this reason bespoke commercial refrigeration is found in environments across the UK.
The additional storage options, often found in refrigeration, allow consumers to customise their storage unit. Bakeries and caterers tend to lean towards areas with large surfaces, perfect for food preparation. Wire or plastic baskets can be ideal for storing produce or other small items that do not fit perfectly on shelving.
The Option of Mobility
Many consumers believe that one of the most effective ways to store produce is to do so in a versatile and mobile environment. For this reason mobile refrigeration units, complete with wheel casters allow for the ease of transportation.
The Temperature Choices
The final option that consumers are encouraged to consider is the temperature. Many cold storage units feature digital thermometers. This allows the consumer easy and swift access to the temperature of the unit, adjusting where necessary. Digital temperature displays are much more difficult for people to misread, thereby simplifying the monitoring process.
These are but a few of the considerations that consumers need to understand in order to have a refrigeration storage unit that meets their needs.