In order to provide your customers with the freshest food, your business needs to purchase specialist commercial fridges and freezers.
Here at JLA, our commercial fridges and freezers have been designed with input from top chefs. Due to this, you can ensure that the most valuable features to you are within reach.
But, which of our commercial fridges and freezers is right for your business? In this commercial fridge and freezer buying guide, we reveal all.
Commercial fridge buying guide: Which option is right for me?
Commercial fridges come in a number of different shapes and sizes. For example, our range of commercial fridges includes both countertop and upright models, with capacities ranging from 140 litres to 1,300 litres.
Generally speaking, the right fridge for your needs will depend on two factors: the layout of your kitchen and the amount of fresh food you need to store.
Our countertop models are great space-saving solutions in kitchens with small floorplans. Although they’re smaller than freestanding options, they still have capacities that range between 140 litres and 545 litres. Plus, because they double up as work surfaces, they provide a dual purpose.
Meanwhile, our upright fridges are better suited to kitchens that need to store large quantities of food. Some of these fridges have a capacity of 1,300 litres. This means they’re perfect for busy kitchens that need vast amounts of stock storage.
Commercial freezer buying guide: Which option is right for me?
Similarly, a specialist commercial freezer is vital in any commercial setting. This is because these freezers are designed to operate efficiently in environments with ambient temperatures of up to 43°C.
Like with commercial fridges, there are many different styles of commercial freezer available. For example, our range of commercial freezers includes upright, under counter and chest options.
Again, the right option for you will depend on the space you have available and the amount of frozen food you need to store. While a small under counter freezer such as the Active Freeze 140 Freezer will work well in a small café that only stores frozen chips or chicken nuggets, a much larger upright option like the Active Freeze 1300 Freezer will be better suited to a busy restaurant setting.
Generally speaking, the design of your commercial freezer should match the design of your commercial fridge. By employing this tactic, you can usually maximise the space you have available.
Still unsure which of our commercial fridges and freezers is right for you? Talk to our catering experts today. Whatever you need, we’ll take care of it.