Commercial freezers are key players in most foodservice operations, used for keeping ingredients preserved so you’ll always have plenty of food on hand. Reach-in, pass-thru, and roll-in versions are available, so whether you're stocking up on common ingredients or keeping ice cream frozen until serving time, you can find one that matches the application you have in mind.
Reach in freezers give you quick access to your frozen foods. They’re designed to be opened and closed regularly while maintaining safe temperatures, so they’re a good fit for busy commercial kitchens. You'll find them with solid or glass doors and up to three sections.
If you sell frozen foods to the public, a display freezer is a necessity. These models show off items clearly, making it easy for customers to find exactly what they need. Many sizes are available, from small countertop models that are perfect for c-stores, to large three-door versions that are a common sight in grocery stores.
Dish up some much-loved frozen treats to delight customers and drive up your bottom line. Designed for storing and displaying ice cream tubs, these include large slanting or curved glass windows on the front for customers and rear-access for employees.
An undercounter freezer can conserve space and provide convenient access to frozen foods in your restaurant kitchen or let you serve super-chilled liquors at your bar. Use them to store high-demand items and cut down on the time spent running back and forth to your main freezer.
Most often used for displaying packaged items, seafood, or grab-and-go treats, a horizontal freezer has convenient sliding glass doors, sometimes with curved glass for visibility. Choose a model with either front-to-back or side-to-side doors.
Selling ice can be a profitable venture for your establishment, whether you want to produce your own or resell what you buy from an ice vendor. A glass door ice merchandiser is designed for showing off your inventory indoors. Outdoor models with solid doors hold up to weather and can be locked to keep the contents secure.
A drop-in frost top can be used to keep bottled drinks, salads, sides, hors d’oeuvres, and desserts cold. Also available are cold slabs, a special type of drop-in used in many modern creameries to mix ice cream and toppings.
Keep your ice cream dippers and scoops clean and ready to use with a dipper station. A must have for anyone serving ice cream, gelato, or sorbet, these cleaning wells come with spigots and drains to keep utensils warm and clean for easily dipping your frozen treats.
A commercial chest freezer is a compact way to store frozen foods and ingredients for the long term, and they are an economic alternative to upright freezers. Models are available with storage capacities between 4.5 cubic feet up to 25 cubic feet and can include many useful features such as locks, external thermostats, and digital controls.