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 can keep your most important foods and ingredients cold, safe, and within reach until they get cooked, or keep finished products chilled until serving time.
For creating dishes like sandwiches, salads, and pizzas, a food prep table offers the convenience of not having to reach into an upright unit repeatedly for different ingredients. These keep those foods at safe temperatures, while making them accessible to the cook. They also offer a workspace where dishes can be assembled.
Display merchandisers are essential to any business that retails food. They're the most efficient kind of commercial refrigerator for displaying packaged foods to the public while keeping them at safe temperatures. Models with up to three sections are available, and they come in a variety of exterior finishes to match the rest of your equipment.
Undercounter refrigerators can help you keep your most popular food ingredients nearby. They can help streamline the operations of many businesses, from kitchen prep lines to cafés to coffee bars. They can also be used to store bottles under bars or at waitress stations.
Whether 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, these units do it all. Some have glass doors and lights to provide attractive merchandising of your drinks, while others have dispensing taps to enable serving a frosty mug. Find the underbar refrigeration you need here.
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Draft beer systems provide an all-in-one solution for storing and dispensing draft beer. These can hold as many as four kegs, with one or two serving columns. Those columns can each be fitted with up to three taps, allowing you to offer a variety of brews on tap. Stainless steel or black finishes can make them a handsome addition to your bar.
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Whether for merchandising cold drinks, keeping cold ingredients close at hand, or displaying fresh fruits and seafood, drop-in refrigeration can handle it. We offer a variety of built-in chilling systems, including refrigerated wells, frost-top display units, iced pans, and even combination models that provide both hot and cold holding.
In a retail environment, an open-air cooler will provide quick and convenient access for packaged foods and snacks. You’ll also find these being used on tray make up lines in healthcare kitchens and cafeterias to store meal components.
We offer refrigerated units for cold foods like meats and cheeses, as well as non-cooled ones that are great for baked goods. Cold units maintain food safe temperatures below 40 degrees, while some non-cooled units offer humidity control, so your products are held in perfect conditions. All of them are built with curved or straight glass windows for merchandising.
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Chef bases provide a way to store and prepare ingredients in one convenient location. With refrigerated cabinets, ingredients are kept within reach to be accessed as soon as they're needed. Sometimes called equipment stands, these bases are built with reinforced tops designed for holding equipment at a comfortable working height and include raised marine edges to contain spills.
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. Though they have a clear niche, a school milk cooler is useful in commercial applications for drink merchandising. Some high-volume operations even use two-door units as a pass-thru between the kitchen and serving area.
Sushi cases let you display your handcrafted rolls to customers, while keeping the food chilled and safe. They are designed to maximize visibility with glare-reducing angled glass, and to keep contents fresh with optimized temperatures and airflow.
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These bottle coolers are designed to hold several cases of bottles for either back-of-bar or self-service applications, and many include built-in bottle openers and cap catchers. They're available in a variety of finishes to match the interior of your business and have sliding doors that give you easy access to their contents.
Worktop refrigerators provide a way to keep your most commonly used ingredients within reach in your food prep area. They're built at a comfortable working height, so you can prepare dishes on the work surface and have ingredients at hand when you need them. They're available with up to eight sections, and with access options including drawers, doors, or a combination of the two.
Countertop refrigerators are a compact way to showcase chilled products like snacks and bottled drinks. They can be placed just about anywhere – from a counter near the cash register to a cafeteria serving line. Use them to display new offerings or essential products for your customers’ convenience.
Chilled glasses can enhance the presentation value and the experience of drinking virtually any cold drink. Glass chillers let you chill and store dozens of frosty mugs and glasses so you'll have them on hand when you need them. We also offer models that can accommodate plates, which are great for self-serve salad bars and other cold-serving applications. Here you’ll find underbar models that fit snugly beneath your counter space and deep-well models that can store more than 300 glasses.
A commercial wine cooler with a glass door is a great way to let your customers browse your wine selection. These are also available with solid doors for back-of-house or undercounter applications. You can select a dual-temperature unit that lets you store both red and white wines, each at their respective optimal temperatures.
For work in laboratories, pharmacies, hospitals, blood banks, and other scientific operations, having the ability to maintain medications and specimens at precise temperatures is critical. A medical refrigerator has several features that are designed for the healthcare field such as lockable doors and externally-mounted temperature displays. Refrigerators and freezers are offered in freestanding or undercounter models. Large chest freezers are also available.
The ultimate commercial refrigeration solution, 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 spent.
With food codes requiring that cooked foods be brought down to safe cold storage temperatures within just a few hours, the blast chiller is becoming an ever-more-important piece of commercial refrigeration equipment. Its ability to drop the temperatures of foods rapidly also make it popular for everything from setting cheesecakes to experimental gastronomy.
These displays are ideal for keeping bakery items fresh while showing them off to your customers. These are designed to accommodate sheet pans for displaying freshly-baked items and are available in refrigerator, freezer, and dry (non-refrigerated) versions. Available with curved or flat glass and a variety of exterior finishes, you can find one that fits in alongside your business’s existing décor.
A floral cooler enables you to display fresh flowers at the optimal temperature and humidity to keep them fresh and beautiful for longer. The smallest models have 12 cubic feet of storage and one door while larger models have up to 72 cubic feet and as many as three doors.
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