Commercial refrigerators and freezers are typically isolated from the public. If you try to use one in your home, you may be in for some unpleasant surprises. Here are some tips to avoid problems and extend the life of your refrigerator. First, keep the fridge or freezer almost full at all times. This is because cooling equipment requires thermal mass to keep its temperature stable.
Second, commercial refrigerators are not equipped with door compartments or drawers. Instead, they are equipped with shelves with products. Using these shelves can help you keep inventory organized and hide unsightly items. In addition, doors that can be opened make it difficult for the refrigerator to maintain the right temperature.
Third, the temperature settings of a commercial refrigerator should be set correctly. Commercial refrigerators typically have multiple settings including HIGH, LOW, MEDIUM, and LOW. Also, the freezer section should be set to 0°F. If the freezer section is not kept at this temperature, the refrigerator will produce more cold and can affect the quality of the food.
Fourth, doors can affect the sales of the refrigerator. According to a study by Purdue University, refrigerators with doors increased their sales. However, there are still a few supermarkets that don’t have doors. It would be better for them to build in doors.