These units are a critical part of ensuring the safety of your food and the health of your customers. Food codes require that foods be kept at proper storage temperatures prior to use and serving, with an additional requirement that food temperatures are held at 40 degrees Fahrenheit or below in commercial refrigeration. Freezers for foodservice use maintain temperatures of -10 to 5 degrees Fahrenheit, ensuring foods stay frozen without getting them so cold their quality degrades. From space-saving plug-and-play boxes to large walk-ins that have to be constructed by the owner, bar refrigerators to cold prep tables, KaTom has the models your kitchen needs.
Reach-in refrigerators are the go-to solution for back-of-house cold storage. They are able to keep your most important ingredients cold, safe, and within reach.
Display merchandisers are essential to any business that retails food. They're the most efficient kind of commercial refrigerator for displaying packaged foods.
Food prep tables keep those foods at safe temperatures and also offer a workspace where dishes can be assembled.
These units are ideal for holding bottled beverages, chilling kegs to keep beer perfectly cold for serving, or creating a frosty layer on serving items so they hold food and drinks cooler longer.
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Undercounter refrigerators can help you keep your most popular ingredients nearby. They can help streamline the operations of many businesses.
These units are a staple of convenience stores and supermarkets across the country. They’re used to showcase everything from grab-and-go items to fresh produce, meats, and cheeses.
Draft beer systems provide an all-in-one solution for storing and dispensing draft beer. These can hold as many as four kegs, with up to six taps.
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These bottle coolers are designed to hold several cases of bottles for either back-of-bar or self-service applications.
We offer deli cases for cold foods like meats and cheeses, as well as non-cooled units that are great for baked goods.
Worktop refrigerators provide a way to keep your most commonly used ingredients within reach during prep. They're built at a comfortable working height and include up to 8 sections of cold storage.
Chilled glasses can enhance the experience of drinking cold drinks. Glass chillers let you chill and store dozens of frosty mugs and glasses so you'll always have them on hand.
Whether for merchandising cold drinks, keeping cold ingredients close at hand, or displaying fresh fruits and seafood, drop-in refrigeration can handle it.
These combine both types of refrigeration into one unit. A commercial refrigerator freezer will let you store chilled and frozen food in one footprint, saving on space and money.
Sushi cases are designed to maximize visibility with glare-reducing angled glass and to keep contents fresh with optimized temperatures and airflow.
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A medical refrigerator has several features that are designed for the healthcare field such as lockable doors and externally-mounted temperature displays.
Chef bases provide a way to store and prepare ingredients in one convenient location. Sometimes called equipment stands, these bases are built with tops designed for holding equipment.
A commercial wine cooler with a glass door is a great way to let your customers browse your wine selection. Less expensive solid door models are also available.
Countertop refrigerators are a compact way to showcase chilled products like snacks and bottled drinks. Their compact size allows them to be placed almost anywhere.
These have been trusted in school cafeterias for many years thanks to their ability to hold individual drink cartons cold, even with the top open for access by diners.
These displays are ideal for keeping bakery items fresh while showing them off to your customers. They're available with either curved or straight glass.
A floral cooler enables you to display fresh flowers at the optimal temperature and humidity to keep them fresh and beautiful for longer.
A blast chiller's ability to drop the temperatures of foods rapidly makes it popular for everything from setting cheesecakes to experimental gastronomy.
Commercial Refrigeration Guides & Advice
- Commercial Refrigeration Buyer's Guide
- The Underbar Refrigeration Buyer's Guide
- Find the Right Accessories for Your Kitchen's Cooler
- The Pros and Cons of Self-Contained & Remote Condensers
- Avoid Some Costly Repair Bills by Leveling Your Commercial Refrigerator
- A Checklist of Maintenance Practices for Your Foodservice Cooler
- Choosing Between Top-Mount and Bottom-Mount Compressors