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  1. Obscure Uses For Walk-In Cooler & Freezers

    Walk-In Coolers and Freezers are generally thought to have majority application in restaurant and kitchen spaces. While it is true that walk-in units are generally used for storing of food and drink product, there are several other industries where walk-ins are helpful in running a business. Some of the more common uses would be in gas stations and floral boutiques, but there are some other more unique applications for walk-in coolers and freezers that may surprise you.

     

    Walk-in coolers offer a climate control solution that is excellent for storing art work and other collectibles for museums and private collections. By controlling the climate the curators of such collections are able to main the integrity of the pieces of art through what’s known as ‘preventative conservation’. Preventative conservation is also valuable for rare musical instruments such as violins and guitars. Guitars in particular are extremely temperamental and the ability to have climate controlled storage for longevity sake is important. 

     

    Another use case for walk-in coolers and freezers is in scientific labs and hospitals. Storing medicines and certain chemicals may require very specific temperatures to reduce the risk of spoiling, and in those cases a climate controlled environment such as a walk-in cooler or freezer is absolutely paramount. When it comes to lab experiments, the ability to have control over outside elements can make or break an ex...

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  2. Exterior Protections For Walk-In Coolers or Freezers
    Maintaining your walk-in cooler or walk-in freezer is absolutely crucial to ensuring that your restaurant and kitchen runs efficiently. There are several general check-up lists that we recommend in order to keep up with maintenance and repairs when n...

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  3. Galvanized Steel Vs. Aluminum-Zinc Alloy In Walk-In Units
    Walk-In Coolers and Freezer parts today come standard in two types - Aluminum-Zinc Alloy and Galvanized Steel. These two metal types are used In walk-in applications due to their ability to prevent steel rust and corrosion, leading to a longer produc...

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  4. Converting A Walk-In Cooler To A Freezer And Vice Versa
    As your restaurant grows, so does the need for upgrading your equipment. This may lead to several questions - and in some cases that question may be "Can I Convert A Walkin-Cooler Into A Walk-In Freezer?". The reality is that restaurant equipment is ...

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  5. Temporary Repair Solutions For Walk-In Coolers and Freezers
    In the restaurant industry, equipment malfunctions and failures can mean the difference between your kitchen staying open or closed. If your walk-in cooler or freezer is having problems, and you can't get it replaced for whatever reason - be it suppl...

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