There is so much great kitchen equipment for restaurants, it’s often difficult to know what you should buy when opening a new business. If you are going to be running a restaurant, having the right refrigerating equipment is crucial for food safety and hygiene. Here we will look at some of the different types of refrigerators for restaurants and other small businesses which require them.
The type of refrigerator you should choose really depends on the size and type of business you are running, as well as what kind of foods you will serve. Many restaurants and diners require several different types of chiller to serve different purposes. Below, we will find out more about different types of chiller and what they are useful for.
For example, if you want to display chilled products to customers, you will require a merchandising refrigerator or freezer. These can either be couter-top or free-standing, depending on what you have to display. And if you are serving drinks it’s likely that a bar refrigerator will be needed. Prep refrigerators are also ideal for busy restaurants to keep everything the chefs need to prepare their dishes close and easy to access at all times.
For those running a small food business in a premises with limited space, an under-counter fridge can be a great investment. This saves valuable space, whilst also making sure everything you need is within easy reach – ideal for busy restaurants!
As your business grows, you might also like to consider a walk-in fridge, as this will offer much more storage space than a standard reach-in refrigerator. Some restaurant owners also choose to purchase a blast chiller for their kitchen. This is a safe way to quickly chill hot, cooked foods to a safe temperature, therefore reducing the risk of bacterial growth.…