For businesses in the food and beverage industry, access to commercial freezers is a must. At Ancaster Food Equipment, we have built our business around providing top-grade commercial supplies for clients in the food and hospitality fields. Working closely with our clients over the past 30-years, we have seen first-hand the difference True® commercial freezers bring to a business.
Commercial freezers work differently than standard home freezers. Not only are they designed to carry maximum quantities of food without taking up maximum quantities of space, but they are also designed to retain freshness throughout food products with a larger than average compressor. How? The compressor on your home freezer is designed to maintain the temperature while the door opens a few times a day. The compressor on a commercial freezer is designed to retain temperature as the door is opened potentially hundreds of times per day. This reduces food waste and financial loss exponentially.
Ancaster Food Equipment provides high-quality used refrigeration systems at costs up to 50% lower than the price of buying a brand-new machine. Our best refurbished True® 1 door commercial freezers units look and operate as if they came fresh from the manufacturer. True®’s one door freezers are outfitted with triple pane thermal glass doors, a self-contained capillary tube system, and illuminated exterior sign panels. If any components are missing or damaged, we’ll replace them.
Ancaster Food Equipment solely recommends the True® brand commercial freezer 2 door because of its durable, energy-efficient models that consistently outperform the competition. Our team of certified technicians essentially rebuild used true® manufactured freezers. The result? A refurbished unit that’s just as good as the day it rolled off the assembly line.
Ancaster Food Equipment has been providing affordable commercial refrigeration solutions to Canadian businesses for over 30 years in the country. Our best 3-Door Commercial freezers help you reach out for more business. By purchasing through us, you can save up to 50% off the manufacturer’s price, as well as a 100% satisfaction guarantee.Our three-door freezer services include a thorough examination of the unit from our certified technicians.
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 freezers with clear doors for greater consumer marketing capability. Some of the features to customize in your 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. Ask yourself questions such as, “who will be opening this freezer? Staff or customers?” and “Would a sliding or swinging door work best for the size of my space?”
Exterior – Commercial freezers come in a variety of exterior coatings, including stainless steel, or the case of True® commercial freezers, a powder black non-crack, non-peel finish. These aesthetic features mainly matter if you intend customers to see the freezers or store them in the back of house.
If your business is interested in buying commercial freezers, we at Ancaster Food Equipment recommend the customizable assortment of True® commercial freezers. Learn more about these durable and energy-efficient options by calling us at 1-866-711-5486 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.