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Restaurant Kitchen Industrial Walk In Freezer Stainless Steel SUS304

Restaurant Kitchen Industrial Walk In Freezer Stainless Steel SUS304

Restaurant Kitchen Industrial Walk In Freezer Stainless Steel SUS304
  • Restaurant Kitchen Industrial Walk In Freezer Stainless Steel SUS304
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Minimum Order Quantity: 1pcs
Packaging Details: pallet
Delivery Time: 30 working days
Payment Terms: T/T
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Application: Restaurant ,hotel, Resort Material: Stainless Steel
Temperature: Cooler&freezer Both Available Compressor: Bitzer / Copeland
Size: Built To Order Thickness: 75mm/100mm/150mm
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Kitchen industrial walk in freezer


Restaurant industrial walk in freezer


Stainless Steel outdoor walk in cooler freezer

Restaurant walk in freezer, walk in refrigerator , walk in freezer for restaurant, industrial kitchen



High-quality walk in freezer is essential to run a food service operation. Whether you own a small restaurant or a restaurant chain,catering business or any tpype of food service operation, a walk in freezer will accommodate your storage needs while keep food fresh for customers. Size could be customized as per your specific space . Shelving system is available to match with restaurant walk in application.


PU panel details:

Panel Thickness: 50mm/75mm/100mm/120mm/150mm/175mm/200mm
Surface of Panels: 0.4mm/0.5mm/0.6mm thickness pre-painted white hot galvanized steel sheet, Embossed Aluminum Stucco Steel Sheet or 304 stainless steel sheet.
Panel Available Width: 500mm - 1200mm
Panel Available Length: 2000mm-12000mm
PU Material Origin: Germany, Japan or Korea
PU Foam Density: 42 KGS/M3
Heat Transfer Quotients: ≤0.022 W/M2*K
Pressure: ≥0.10Mpa
Cubic Area Change: ≤1% (-30 C-100 C/96h)
Fire Rating: B2


Doors: We off all kinds of doors for walk in freezers,such as automatic sliding door, manual sliding door, hinged swing door, replacement door.





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Walk-in Refrigeration Considerations. 

Types of Walk-in Refrigeration That You Can Order


You can purchase two different types of walk-in refrigeration. Quick-ship walk-in boxes are pre-fabricated to specific standardized dimensions, with or without cooling components and other pre-configured options, such as floors, doors, and ramps. There are a large number of variations of quick-ship models available and most establishments find a standard box meets their needs. Custom walk-in boxes are essentially made to order, fabricated to the exact dimensions you specify, with each component selected and specified for your particular installation. Obviously the quick-ship models are made with modular components that are collected in the manufacturer's available stock, shipped to your location, and assembled on-site. Custom units will generally take longer to fabricate to your specs, produce, and compile the components to be shipped, but these walk-ins will also be assembled by professionals on your prepared installation site.

Cooler or Freezer?

One of the first questions you should ask is what kind of refrigerated storage do you require? What exactly are you planning on storing in the walk-in? If you are storing produce or fresh meats or poultry or prepped ingredients, such as sauces, chopped veggies, and similar items, you will be looking for a refrigerated walk-in, oftentimes called a cooler. If you are in need of a significant amount of frozen food to be stored safely, then a walk-in freezer will be your choice. Keep in mind that a walk-in unit takes up a significant amount of space compared to a typical commercial refrigeration unit, but the benefit is that you can store much more in a walk-in, plus you can utilize transport systems to move heavy or bulk amounts of ingredients and food items.

Both walk-in coolers and walk-in freezer units are available from different manufacturers as quick-ship and custom models.

Consider Your Storage Requirements and Available Space

In order to select a pre-fabricated quick-ship model that will meet your needs, you must consider both your intended storage requirements and the installation space's dimensions. Typically a small quick-ship model can be as small as 6 feet with a maximum dimension between 12 and 16 feet. However, a custom walk-in box can be larger and configured in a variety of lengths and widths.

When you are determining the interior cubic foot storage space, you can typically consider the wall panels to be 4 inches thick, so subtract 8 inches from the length and 8 inches from the depth of the unit to determine the interior dimensions. To calculate how much space you need, consider if you will be utilizing storage shelving on one wall or two walls, creating an interior aisle. Determine if you will be using a cart or dolly to transport your food and bulk ingredients. If so, you may want to include enough space between shelves to turn the cart around.

Keep in mind the clearances around the unit, especially if you are selecting a side-mounted refrigeration system.

You must also consider the height of the walk-in box. For indoor installations, you will want to choose a height that leaves some clearance on top. This is particularly important if you will be selecting a model with a top-mount refrigeration system. For outdoor installations, height is less important for clearance and more important while considering your storage concerns.

Choosing Your Refrigeration System

The two types of Walk-in refrigeration systems are classified by where they are installed. Self-contained refrigeration systems have a evaporator and condenser component that attaches directly to the walk-in box's top or mounts on one of the sides. Remote refrigeration systems separate the condenser component and are designed to be installed some distance from the walk-in, such as outside the establishment or on the roof of your building.

Self-contained systems are the simplest, fastest, and easiest solution, since the refrigeration mounts directly to the box. There are no long refrigeration coolant lines to run or snake. This choice is ideal for operators who want to get up and running in their location. Be aware that high ambient temperatures in the installation space will affect the efficiency of the cooling unit. And clearance space around the walk-in needs to be taken into account when choosing the dimensions of the walk-in box in relation to the available space.

Remote-cooled systems allow the condenser unit to be far away from the space, so you can locate it where the air is cooler. A remote condenser also is ideal if you are limited on space at your installation site, such as low ceilings or narrow rooms. Be aware that refrigeration coolant lines will need to be run from the walk-in box to the remote condenser and should be installed by a licensed, professional refrigeration company.

Wall Panel Materials

A few points to consider when selecting the material for the walk-in wall panels. Walk-ins are like small buildings and thus they can be prone to all kinds of exterior and interior stresses. For example, metal carts, hand trucks, and dollies bumping into the outer walls and inner walls can dent or scratch the walls. Outdoor walk-in boxes are exposed to the elements, including wind, rain, and salty-air, if near a body of salt water. Chemicals and even food product spills and splashes can cause corrosion. So depending upon your installation location and situation, you will want to choose an appropriate wall material.

Aluminum is a common wall panel material, since it is often economical, lightweight and is not prone to rust, although moisture, chemical splashes, and salty air can cause corrosion. While an aluminum wall panel can be reinforced, aluminum as a material is also easier to ding and dent. It can be less expensive up front but over time the aluminum may show its flaws.

Another common choice for walk-in panel material is galvanized steel. Typically designed to be more durable, the wall panels are heavier and thicker. Galvanized steel can hold up easily against dents and dings and is also rust resistant. However, if the galvanized steel is scratched, it can allow rust to form at the scratch location. Steel is also vulnerable to reaction when in contact with various chemical, so be wary of splashes and spills, which can wear at the galvanized coatings.

Some types of galvanized steel also have an extra polymer coating, such as clear acrylic, for additional protection and to enhance the appearance.

So consider your initial investment, what products you will be storing, the amount of wear and tear from unloading and restocking, and the external weather or immediate surroundings of the walk-in.

Walk-in Base Considerations - Floor or No Floor?

Both outdoor and indoor walk-in models are available with integrated floor paneling or with no floor at all. If at all possible, a walk-in cooler WITHOUT a floor should be set on a sturdy, thick concrete pad. This prevents cold air from escaping out of the walk-in box and also provides a strong, level surface to hold the weight of heavy steel wall panels and stocked shelves.

If it is not possible to install the walk-in without a floor on a concrete pad, then an insulated floor can be installed. This may be a necessity if you are installing an indoor walk-in unit within an existing building that already has flooring, or possibly even installing the walk-in on an upper floor where it would be impossible to pour a concrete pad. An insulated floor comes in a variety of materials and some are reinforced with additional materials, but regardless of construction, the floor panels provide a durable base and can help maintain the cold air within the unit.

A final consideration for choosing a floor or no floor is if you will be utilizing carts, hand trucks or dollies to retrieve or restock your cold storage. To increase the longevity of your walk-in, a floor would be recommended.

Additional Options to Decide On

As we have mentioned in previous sections, one of the decision you will need to make is where you are installing the walk-in unit. If your facility has plenty of room in the back of the house for installing a walk-in storage unit, then you can consider an appropriately-sized indoor walk in.

If available space is at a premium, you will need to consider installing your unit outside of your establishment's building. Outdoor walk-in units have their share of issues to decide upon. Do you have enough space on your property? Will this space be secure? Is the outdoor location easily accessible to your staff? Is the weather in your area variable and can it be harsh, such as heavy rains and wind or will it be under the intense heat of the sun? Do temperatures outside exceed 95 degrees Fahrenheit, which means your condenser will work extra hard? What is the air quality surrounding your establishment? Is it filled with smog from neighboring industrial facilities or salt water from nearby bodies of water, which can increase corrosion to your walk-in's exterior?

If you choose to install your walk-in outside your facility building, you may want to consider having lockable doors on your unit. Or if you choose an indoor model, you may still choose to have locks on the door for better inventory control and theft prevention.

Lastly, some manufacturers of walk-ins have designed combination units with both a commercial freezer and a refrigerated section. These walk-in models have two separated sections/compartments within one walk-in box, which can save space in your back-of-house area. Instead of buying two walk-ins, you can install one unit. But be aware that each compartment will require its own condensing unit. This is especially relevant if you are utilizing remote condensing systems, since you will need to run two sets of wiring and coolant lines to the condensers.

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