Reach-in cabinet designed to receive and store fresh, frozen or pre-cooled products. Typically a stainless steel, self-contained unit used in professional kitchens, bakeries, and laboratories.
Large variety of equipment including traditional reach-ins, food prep tables, worktops, undercounters, chef bases, milk coolers, and underbar refrigerators.
Features and benefits
Superior temperature control
Lightweight and compact solutions
Stainless steel products for aggressive environments and the food & beverage industry
Reliable solutions, low operation and maintenance costs
Products suitable for use with all common refrigerants, including natural refrigerants
Long service life
- TU expansion valve for improved energy efficiency compared to capillary tube
- EVUL solenoid valve for effective hot gas defrost
- ERC/ETC electronic controllers to optimize system performance resulting in energy savings
- 1.5” DML filter drier for moisture & particle removal to protect systems against freeze-up and abrasive impurities
- ACB pressure switch for reliable hi/low pressure cutout and compressor protection
- MCHE Serpentine condenser coil to minimize refrigerant charge and improve efficiency
- Light commercial compressors
Compressors for refrigeration
Danfoss focuses on providing energy efficient, sustainable and smart refrigeration compressors for a varied range of commercial applications such as cold rooms, display windows, ice making machines, glass door merchandizers, process cooling etc. Their qualification with lower GWP refrigerants make them compliant with refrigerant regulations such as F-Gas in Europe.
Optyma™ (bare/indoor units)
The design concept of the Optyma™ condensing units is optimization, with newly designed single or two fan units, with standard or enlarged condenser (for high ambient conditions). To fulfill customer demand we have developed different versions of the Optyma condensing unit worldwide.
Hot gas defrost - the next step in commercial kitchen refrigeration
As authorities and customers focus on energy efficiency standards and ratings to understand not just what a commercial refrigeration unit costs to buy, but what it costs to operate, the refrigeration design engineer needs to look again at the fundamentals and consider new approaches.
Hot gas defrost of low temperature refrigeration evaporators with natural refrigerants
Industrial refrigeration systems predominantly use natural refrigerants, primarily ammonia and more recently CO2 Energy efficiency and the effective operation of those systems are the key parameters for operators of the plants The focus of the white paper is the comparisons of hot gas defrost strategy control methods, both on the hot gas side as well as on the condensate drain