Access to the best commercial stainless steel freezers are a must for businesses in the food and beverage industry. Ancaster Food Equipment spent the past 30 years providing top-grade commercial supplies to North American businesses in the hospitality industry that are aesthetic and energy-efficient at reduced costs.
All our commercial freezers include features such as colder product temperatures, improved food preservation and an oversized, factory balanced refrigeration system. We want to find you the ideal industrial freezer that keeps your products fresh and organized.
Our selection of one door commercial stainless steel freezers balances energy efficiency, dependability and affordability to keep your business running smoothly. Our one door commercial freezer lineup has products sourced from trusted suppliers and a variety of sizes to meet your needs. These one-door options make for the perfect restaurant freezer or any other high-efficiency application with a small footprint and maximum storage capacity.
Our two-door stainless steel freezers constantly outperform the competition. These commercial freezers always deliver quality and efficiency due to many advanced features such as an automatic defrost system and they are insulated with ecomate high density, polyurethane insulation. This makes them the perfect industrial freezer for frozen food and ice cream. Our two door freezers are a popular option for businesses in need of a reliable restaurant freezer.
Ancaster offers only the best remanufactured TRUE® stainless steel 3-door freezers that are held to the same standards as a new industrial unit, for half the cost. Our 3-door freezers are guaranteed to be completely sterilized and odorless, making them great choices as restaurant freezers. With features including maximum space and organization, self-closing doors, and frame rail fitted with leg levelers, our 3-door stainless steel freezers are designed for maximum quality and efficiency that provides optimum storage and food preservation. We also carry brand new restaurant freezer options to meet any customer’s needs.
Depending on your business model, the commercial freezer you choose may vary. For example, a restaurant owner may look for a back-of-house TRUE® commercial freezer with a stainless steel door and a large interior for optimal storage access. At the same time, a supermarket may purchase commercial glass door freezers for greater consumer marketing capability. Some of the features to customize in your commercial freezer include:
Size – Size is a big deciding factor. For small businesses, a one or two-door model may do the trick, while large businesses may opt for three door TRUE® commercial freezers. Size should be determined by the amount of food you intend to store and the amount of food you predict selling each day.
Door Style – Door style again depends on the business model. When it comes to solid door commercial restaurant freezers, swinging, self-closing doors are the most common option.
Exterior – Commercial upright freezers come in a variety of exterior finishes, including stainless steel, or the case of TRUE® commercial display freezers, a powder black non-crack, non-peel finish. These aesthetic features mainly matter if you intend customers to see the stand up freezers or store them in the back of house.
If your business is interested in buying commercial restaurant freezers, we at Ancaster Food Equipment recommend the customizable assortment of TRUE® commercial freezers. Learn more about these durable and energy-efficient stand up freezer options by calling us at 1-855-790-7482 or visiting our contact page online.
The main differences between residential and commercial freezers are that the latter is typically larger and more versatile. Though residential freezers can hold enough food for an average-sized family, commercial freezers are the optimal choice for restaurants and cafes, storefronts, home-based businesses as well as larger families. Commercial freezers are also physically sturdier and have more stable cooling to accommodate for the continual industrial level of use that required more powerful compressors and more accurate temperature controls.
To learn more about the differences before you make a purchase, you can read our blog.