The doors on commercial fridges, coolers, and freezers are much different than those on standard residential ones. There is a whole world of technical items and workings going on inside and outside the doors of commercial fridges, coolers, and freezers. Here’s a closer look at some of the information on commercial fridges, coolers, and freezers.
Self-closing doors the time doors remain open so that the fridge’s interior can quickly return to optimum temperature. Self-closing doors also help avoid condensation and boosts your fridge’s energy efficiency. The hinges on most commercial fridges, coolers, and freezers are heavy-duty cam-lift hinges rather than spring hinges. These have a much longer lifespan than springs.
The doors are commonly lined with thermal breaker strips, which help prevent condensation from forming on the front of the fridge, cooler, or freezer. Door liners are commonly easy to clean to maintain an attractive appearance. Most doors also resist denting and scratching despite heavy use. The automatic interior light switches are commonly mounted in the door hinges.
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