Commercial Refrigerator and freezer series
Product Name: commercial workbench cooler
Model No: PLO.26L2D
Applicable place: supermarket, commercial center, restaurant, bar, café bar, convenience store.
Original Place: Quzhou city Zhejiang Province, China
Brand Name: Snow Village
Style: Single temperature, two stainless steel foam door, 100% steel and copper, frozen,
Certification: 3C, CE
1.Stainless steel sandwich workbench, counter refrigerator, sandwich refrigerator bench
2.Suitable for restaurant and kitchen to store food and cut vegetable.
3.Directly cooling or ventilated cooling, temperature is more even inside.
4.Streamlined design, luxurious appearance.
5.Steel exterior and aluminum interior construction for long lasting durability..
6.self evaporating drainage.
7.Auto defrost, insulation ,
8.CFC and HCFC free, environmentally-friendly,
9.Single temperature refrigeration can keep goods fresh longer.
10.Perfect sealing design locks the cold air inside and no leakage.
11.Interior LED light to ensure the interior brighter.
12.Mounted famous performance compressor and evaporator, stable and low noise.
13.Digital temperature control exterior LED display, easy to operate.
14.Stainless steel shelves and floor plated, corrosion-resistant, easy to clean and durable..
15.Customized and color optional, OEM acceptable
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Dimension (LxWxH) mm
commercial workbench cooler
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Buyer Tips: Make Informed Product Purchases
When buying commercial refrigerators and freezers, specify or select a model that is an appropriate size for its intended use. Oversized products increase the initial cost and lead to excessive expenses due to additional energy losses. When buying new refrigerated merchandisers or when replacing existing open merchandisers, select closed products (those with swinging or sliding doors). Only closed merchandisers can qualify for the ENERGY STAR label—these products use substantially less energy than open merchandisers.
When deciding on reach-in refrigerators and freezers, designers or purchasing agents can select from top- or bottom-mounted compressors. Bottom-mounted compressors tend to operate more efficiently because the air near the floor is cooler, especially in commercial kitchens. Ergonomics is another advantage to this configuration because food products are placed in the easier-to-reach storage spaces. This should help users find what they need faster and close doors sooner. Products with top-mounted compressors should be considered in commercial kitchens where a lot of flour is used, such as bakeries, because as flour dust settles near the floor it can be sucked into the refrigeration system and affect performance.
Doors can be solid or glass and come in either full or half heights. Solid doors are better insulated and easier to clean, while glass doors allow kitchen staff to see the contents of the unit, which may eliminate unnecessary opening and closing. Units with half-height doors tend to be more energy efficient, although this can impact storage space.
Many commercial refrigerators and freezers can be purchased with casters instead of legs. Casters allow the units to be easily moved for maintenance and cleaning. Consider purchasing products with this feature. Make sure the casters are equipped with locks so that once the unit is in the desired location the wheels can be locked in place.