Types of tabletop freezers: Finding the best solution for your specific needs
In our selection of countertop freezers, you will find different models for different purposes. We have small countertop freezers with a glass door which are perfect for displaying, for instance, frozen ready meals in convenience stores or tubs of ice cream in takeaway restaurants. The mini freezers don’t take up a lot of space, so it is easy to fit them in.
The display models are versatile and can be used for many different purposes. Yet, we also have tabletop freezers for more specific purposes. For instance, we have a unit made specifically for storing and displaying caviar. The temperature range of this model is also great for storing low-alcoholic beverages. We also have small scoop ice cream tabletop freezers. These are ideal for self-service in buffet environments or for easy access for the staff in professional kitchens.
If you have any specific requirements, you are always welcome to contact us, so we can guide you to the best solution.
Tips for organizing and maintaining your tabletop freezer
We have collected a few tips for you on how to ensure optimal performance for your upright tabletop freezers.
How to best organize a small countertop freezer The tabletop freezers are easy to organize and fit to your needs. Many of our models come with adjustable shelves, so you can decide the height and adjust it according to the content. The only thing you need to have in mind, is to respect the loading lines. This will contribute to an optimal air circulation and thereby help maintain the wanted temperature in the tabletop freezer. How to best maintain a small countertop freezer In addition to respecting the loading lines, there are a few more things you can do in order to optimize the performance of the freezer and keep the energy consumption to a minimum.
It is a good idea to defrost the countertop freezer every three months or whenever there is more than 3 mm of frost inside the cabinet. You can see the details of how to do this correctly in the user manual. Cleaning
The freezer should, of course, be cleaned periodically inside and outside. You can do this with a cloth and light soap solution and subsequently wiping it dry. Furthermore, the condenser and compressor compartment need to be cleaned with a vacuum cleaner and stiff brush in order for the freezer to perform optimally. Gasket check
One of the main parameters that affect the temperature of the freezer, is how often and for how long the door of the freezer is opened. However, if the freezer is placed where customers can open the door themselves, you have no control of this. What you can do, is to check the door gasket and make sure that nothing is preventing the door from sealing correctly, when it is closed. This will help prevent hot air from coming into the cabinet, causing frost to build up.
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