Food quality from source to consumer with food service refrigeration
Food service refrigeration equipment ensures food quality from source to consumer.
Within the food service industry, there is a wide variety of refrigeration and freezing applications, all of which include the common goal of preserving materials throughout the food chain from early stage processing through final product storage.
Common performance characteristics exist across each of the applications and include high energy efficiency through accurate temperature control and high reliability. Other common characteristics include the desire for quiet, compact equipment.
Applications include Cold Rooms, Glass Door Merchandisers, Ice Cream Machines, Commercial Ice Making Machines, and Milk Cooling Tanks.
Danfoss offers a wide range of mechanical, electronic controls and compressors that meet the challenging demands of the industrial ice-making process.
Features and benefits
Superior temperature control
Stainless steel products for aggressive environments and the food & beverage industry
Reliable solutions enabling low operation and maintenance costs
Products suitable for use with all common refrigerants, including natural refrigerants
Long service life
Food service refrigeration solutions to lower energy costs and reduce environmental impact
With a wide portfolio of modern and reliable components, Danfoss enables you to engineer energy efficient refrigeration systems suitable for all refrigerants. Read more about our range of refrigeration controls in this brochure.
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