Nov 1, 2021 10:30:00 AM

Time for a Bigger Walk-in Unit?

Do you need a bigger walk-in cooler or freezer? Walk-in refrigeration equipment can  provide space to keep your food inventory fresh or frozen but you may find that it is time to upgrade for a larger unit. Many people don't realize they need more space until they have problems.

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Oct 12, 2021 11:00:00 AM

Benefits of Refrigerated Display Cases

Do you need a refrigerated display case? Many food businesses such as bakeries, restaurants, and supermarkets use refrigerated shelving to maintain the freshness of their food products.

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Oct 6, 2021 10:32:05 AM


Does your walk-in cooler or freezer have a foul odor? These odors can be a sign that there is bacteria or mold growth inside of your refrigeration equipment. Bacteria can grow and multiply rapidly causing odors to become stronger and worse over time. Bad odors can also occur when there are spills that have not been properly cleaned.

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Oct 6, 2021 9:01:58 AM

How to Choose the Right Refrigeration Contractor

Commercial refrigeration equipment  will eventually have problems. Even with the best maintenance, parts may still require replacement or upgrades as the equipment ages. 

Regular maintenance ensures that the refrigerator or freezer cools properly, runs efficiently, and resolves small issues before they become large ones. When your equipment isn’t working effectively, you need to call a refrigeration technician.

Commercial refrigeration units sometimes need complicated repairs. Choosing a technician with the experience and knowledge to correctly diagnose and solve the problems is essential.

Hiring a tech based solely on rates, availability, or other unimportant criteria can be a gamble that can cost you much more in the long run.

Always hire a tech who has experience working specifically with commercial refrigeration equipment.  Ask for references that you can call or email to learn more about the company. 

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Oct 5, 2021 5:33:13 PM

Do You Need a Floral Cooler?

Florist need special refrigeration units to keep their bouquets at their peak. Flowers tend to lose their freshness and wilt quickly without a refrigeration system. 

Floral refrigeration is a specific type of refrigeration technology. Most flowers in shops are fresh cut and need careful preservation to avoid wilting.  Floral coolers that utilize high humidity and low air flow protect the petals, leaves, and stems of flowers and help prolong the life of cut flowers.

A floral cooler or refrigerator should have a temperature of between 34 and 36 degrees Fahrenheit for cut flowers that are in a hydrating solution, although many units hover at around 38 F. Be careful. Temperatures that fluctuate 5 degrees plus or minus of 38 F can destroy or shorten the lives of flowers.

Florists can choose from a  wide variety of styles designed to match different applications found in the flower industry.  Walk-in coolers and refrigerated display cases are just a few of the options.

Floral refrigeration units are fitted with temperature humidity controls to maintain an ideal environment for fresh cut flowers. Controls let you set a specific temperature and humidity, or even add circulation within the unit.

Considering a floral refrigeration unit? Here are a few thing to consider.
What size unit do you need? Small floral shops may want smaller units depending on their volume of business. If you store bulk inventory, a larger unit may be needed.
Do you need a display or storage unit? If you have bulk flowers and a small retail space to display your product, think about a storage unit.  These are great also, if your business is based on internet sales.  Display units are great if you don't have a lot of inventory at one time. 
How much maintenance is involved with the unit? Maintaining your refrigeration is important in prolonging the life of your equipment. Factor in potential repairs, upgrades, or expansions in the future when selecting the equipment that is right for your operation.

Ohio Refrigeration your commercial refrigeration contractor for sales and service of all makes and models of cooling and refrigeration equipment. We offer our clients a full array of refrigeration services. Give us a call at 614-863-6666 to learn more.

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Oct 5, 2021 5:19:00 PM

How to Fix Your Freezer That is Too Cold

Food service businesses utilize commercial refrigerators and freezers for proper food storage. Maintaining commercial refrigeration equipment is vital in keeping products fresh and free from any contamination.  

Manufacturers provide instructions on the recommended temperatures for their commercial refrigeration. Regularly checking the interior temperature is important. Maintaining the proper temperature prevents bacteria from growing in various food products and also prolongs shelf-life.

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Oct 1, 2021 9:00:00 AM

How to Choose a Refrigerated Prep Table

Refrigerated prep tables are essential for any restaurant or catering operation that offers salads, sandwiches, or pizzas on the menu. 

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Sep 14, 2021 11:31:53 AM

Is it Time to Replace Your Walk-in Refrigeration?

Restaurant, grocery, and healthcare industries rely heavily on commercial refrigeration.  Walk-in  coolers and freezers are available to meet the needs of all types of businesses in these industries. There are options from small walk-in coolers to large refrigerated warehouse units.  Walk-in refrigeration comes in all shapes and sizes.

When properly maintained, your walk-in refrigeration equipment can last for many years. However, businesses can significantly increase both their energy efficiency and sustainability by implementing new technologies to manage, maintain, and retire their aging refrigeration systems.  Read More
Sep 13, 2021 6:13:35 PM

Tips to Protect Your Employees in Walk-in Refrigeration  

Best Practices for Employee Safety in Walk-in Refrigeration  

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Sep 13, 2021 5:18:04 PM

Tips to Extend the Life of Your Walk-in Unit

Ohio Refrigeration knows that keeping your inventory cold is a huge priority for any business that deals with perishable goods. When your walk–in cooler or walk-in freezer isn’t working properly, it can be a huge inconvenience and a big waste of your inventory.

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