Saving Space and Energy with Commercial Freezers

When working in the catering industry finding the right type of storage for your company’s needs can be frustrating. Sometimes the options can be overwhelming and deciding what’s best can seem like an impossible task. Commercial freezers are available in a number of different sizes and your decision will ultimately depend on the size of your business and the amount of food stuffs you are looking to hold.

Saving Space and Energy with Commercial Freezers

There are many advantages to buying or renting a commercial freezer, and understanding why there are beneficial to your business will help you to make a better and more informed decision when buying or renting.

Commercial freezers are built to withstand a far more demanding schedule. Unlike freezers used in the home, commercial units are used constantly throughout the day and in much higher temperatures. Due to this, the freezers are built in such a way that they can keep their temperatures at the correct level far better than a domestic unit, through higher quality insulation and in-built cooling fans.

The most important thing to consider when opting for a freezer is where the unit is going to sit. If placed correctly, commercial freezers can save valuable space in the working area, although it is important to ensure ease of access alongside this. For much larger commercial freezing units can be placed in outdoor spaces, freeing up valuable space inside of your building.

As commercial freezers must withstand larger amounts of heat loss, accurate temperature control is another great benefit that you can expect from a unit. With digitally controlled thermostats, keeping check on your produce is simple, efficient and ensures that your goods stay at their best. The ability to easy monitor and control the temperature of your freezer is also beneficial to your profitability. High quality insulation teamed with accurate temperature readings will ensure that energy waste is kept to a minimum – saving you money and lowering your impact on the environment.

Depending on the type of commercial freezer you opt for, you can also avoid the hassle of planning permission as most units are regarded as portable and do not require the same permissions to be built. If you’re looking to quickly expand the amount of storage you have, this is the perfect way to do so and could help put your business in a more advantageous position with minimal aggravation and expenditure. Whatever your cold store needs, there’s a commercial freezer solution out there for you.

Contact CRS Mobile Cold Storage on 1890 929 824 for more information on commercial units, including commercial freezers and cold stores.

Thursday 6th November 2014

Published by: CRS Cold Storage

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