Your company depends on its freezing and cooling system to keep food and drinks fresh. Whether you are a restaurant trying to produce the highest quality menu for your guests or local grocers providing staples to your customers, an efficient commercial freezer is necessary. However, commercial freezing can really add to your energy bills, which can waste money better used elsewhere.
Considering restaurants use five times more energy than other commercial buildings, you need to find savings where you can. And where is the energy going? Commercial refrigeration is one of the biggest energy wasters for restaurants.
This infographic provides tips on how you can improve your commercial freezer efficiency, including:
- Regular unit inspections
- Cleaning fan blades
- Maintaining the ideal temperature for safe, efficient cooling
- Looking for signs of moisture
- Avoiding frost build-up
- Having regular maintenance calls by a professional
Using these tips can greatly improve energy efficiency and save you money in the long run.
Monica Benoit is a blogger based in Toronto and a community manager for small businesses across Canada. She graduated with honors from University of British Columbia, with a dual degree in Business Administration and Creative Writing. Monica also likes to research various topics related to health, nature, finance, etc.