Deli Case

Deli cases vary by their glass styles, how you access them, and the numbers of doors and levels they have. Many specialty options are available, such as dual temperature zones, glass sides, and slanted shelves. More

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One of the first decisions you need to make in purchasing a deli case is how you want it be accessed. In a full-service unit, items inside are only accessed by the person behind the counter. On these models, the front glass is fixed in place.

A front-opening, self-serve model allows customer to take the items they want without assistance from a behind-the-counter employee. Many of these models have rear access as well so employees can re-stock items as inventory runs out. The front access on these models can either be through sliding doors or through an air curtain.

Glass Style

A deli display case is available with curved or straight glass on the front. Curved glass gives customers a better look at contents inside the deli case and is an attractive option. This is a great option for bakeries that want to fully display their refrigerated treats like pies and cheesecakes. Meanwhile, straight glass is a better option if you need to maximize shelf space. A grocery store may prefer straight glass because it increases interior space for larger items like meats and cheeses. On many models with straight glass, this glass is laid back at an angle. This prevents glare and also allows customers to get a better look at products on the lower shelves.


Most models come in one of three finishes: stainless, laminate, or painted steel.

  • Stainless steel has a classic look and is less likely to get dented or scratched. This material is typically more expensive, though. It also must be cleaned more often.
  • Black or white laminate has a lower price and is easier to keep clean. However, laminate can be scratched or chipped, causing it to peel. This exposes a bare metal surface, which allows for rust.
  • Painted steel is typically the least expensive option. It is more likely to be damaged than other types of material. If the paint flakes off of it, rust may form, damaging the structural integrity of the unit.


The back doors on both full-service and self-serve deli cases slide. Sliding doors make it easier to stock the case as they can be left open when an operator has their hands full. Front access on self-serve models can be either from sliding doors or an air curtain.

Models with an air curtain have an exposed front without doors that allows for easy access to items inside the unit. On these models, a stream of air runs across the opening, sealing the cold air inside the unit while keeping warmer air out. An air curtain also keeps flies and other insects out of the case.

Specialty Options

To further equip your refrigerated deli case, several options are available. Glass sides are available on free-standing deli cases that will not be mounted alongside counters. These extra windows make it easier to see the contents inside. They also brighten up the inside of the case, making items inside look more appealing. Slanted shelves also work to improve visibility of the products inside the case. Some models are available with a storage base at the bottom that allows for storing utensils or other frequently used items. Dual zone models include a non-refrigerated section and a refrigerated section to keep both kinds of items.

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