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    Storage & Handling Equipment

    Browse our articles on storage and handling equipment and find primers on a wide variety of specific product categories, including articles on how to specify, when to replace products and much more. 

    Undercounter Refrigeration Cleaning and Maintenance

    The basic issue with any refrigeration is air movement. If the machine lacks good air movement across the condenser coils and through the grill plates, the compressor will work harder, thus shortening the equipment’s service life.

    Undercounter Refrigerator Purchasing Considerations

    Foodservice operators often use undercounter refrigeration units as supplemental storage solutions for the front of the house or in the kitchen as part of a prep station. This versatile equipment can help operations conserve space.

    A Guide to Undercounter Refrigerators

    Undercounter refrigerators, or lowboys, are typically used in a kitchen’s prep area, bars and other spaces. Refrigeration systems must keep temperatures under 45 degrees F for beverages and under 40 degrees F for open food.

    Cleaning and Maintaining Blast Chillers

    The average service life of a blast chiller can vary, depending on use, environment and various other factors but most last between 5 and 10 years. Unlike refrigeration equipment, blast chillers are not designed for continuous operation and should be shut off when not in use.

    Choosing a Blast Chiller

    One of the biggest issues with blast chillers is that operators commonly underestimate these units’ complexity. Fortunately, with newer technology and control boards, these units have become easier to use than in the past. Still, chilling product in blast chillers is much different than simply placing food in a refrigeration unit. There needs to be an educational component for those working with this equipment about how food should be sized, shaped and packaged prior to the chilling process for optimum results and to ensure adherence to proper food safety protocol.

    Food Well Cleaning and Maintenance

    Drop-in wells hold hot or cold food, keeping it at required temperatures. Due to these units’ basic design, cleaning and maintenance are not as complicated as with other equipment.

    Specifying Commercial Kitchen Storage and Shelving

    Due to a growing array of shelving options, there is no longer a one-size-fits-all approach with these units. In fact, some operators find careful planning prior to specifying solutions is necessary to make the most of designated storage space.

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