With cooling equipment, you can keep your drinks and food at the right temperature. Maxima Kitchen Equipment has various coolers, cooling displays and freezers in stock. Our high-quality products are indispensable in any professional kitchen and behind a bar.Learn more ➝
Maxima Refrigerated Showcase / Pastry showcase 500L
Maxima Luxury Blast Chiller 5 GN
Maxima Refrigerated Showcase / Pastry showcase 400L
Maxima Refrigerated Pizza Table - 2 Doors - 7 Drawers - 202 cm - Incl. Refrigerated Display
Maxima Cake / Pastry Refrigerated Display 500L Black
Maxima Refrigerated Showcase / Pastry showcase 300L
Maxima Cake / Pastry Refrigerated Display 400L Black
Maxima Refrigerated Pizza Table - 2 Doors - 7 Drawers - 202 cm
Maxima Luxury Freezer FR 1200L GN
Maxima Freeze Counter FR WTFR 3
Maxima Luxury Bakery Freezer FR 800L 60 x 80 cm
Maxima Refrigerated Display Case with Stand 255L
Maxima Luxury Fridge R 1200L GN
Maxima Freeze Counter FR WTFR 2
Maxima Luxury Bakery Fridge R 800L 60 x 80 cm
Maxima Deluxe Multi-Deck Refrigerated Display 220L
Maxima Refrigerated Display Case with Stand 175L
Maxima Refrigerated Counter WTC 3
Maxima Deluxe Bar Bottle Cooler BCU 2
Maxima Refrigerated Pizza Table Glass 3
Maxima Sushi Tapas Vitrine 132L
Maxima Maxima Luxury Freezer FR 600L GN
Maxima Refrigerated Counter WTC 2
What is cooling for?
Cooling appliances are of great importance in both the catering industry and private kitchens because these appliances extend the shelf life of foods that are not canned or otherwise protected. As a result of refrigeration, foods retain their freshness and quality for much longer, which can be of great benefit to you as a catering company. However, cooling equipment is not only intended as a safe storage space for perishable foods, but there are also appliances that serve a dual purpose. A good example of which is a refrigerated display that can be used to store pastries at or behind a bar counter for direct sale to customers.
What types of cooling appliances are available?
The Maxima Kitchen Equipment cooling appliance range is very wide and it includes more than just traditional cabinets and showcases that are aimed at selling products to customers and visitors. You can also contact us for specialised cooling systems for catering purposes. If you, for example, often prepare foods that are made on the spot and require chilled ingredients a pizza workbench may be a useful purchase. It features two or more low fridges, on top of which a workbench is located so that you can keep all the necessary ingredients close by. Other cooling equipment that we sell includes:
- bar coolers
- blast chillers
- display coolers
- sushi showcases
- chest freezers
- freezer workbenches
What materials are used to manufacture cooling systems?
The material most often used to manufacture refrigerators and freezers is stainless steel. This material has the required properties to manufacture kitchen and bar products that can last for years and withstand rough handling. It is also easy to clean, which is especially important in the hospitality industry. Depending on the foods you are preparing, you will have to clean your cooling equipment at least once per day. This also applies to cooling accessories such as saladettes. Other materials that are used in the manufacture of refrigeration products include metal and aluminium. In addition to stainless steel, worktops can also be made from granite and straight or curved glass can be used for the display area of display cases.
What should you pay attention to when buying cooling devices?
You will find all the cooling devices that you can imagine in our range of cooling appliances and in many cases, you will have a choice between several different models and versions. The advantage of this is that you will most certainly find a suitable model for your needs, but at the same time, it can make finding the right freezer or cooler a little bit trickier. It may not always be clear which system is the best for your needs at first, but you can take a few things, such as, the amount of space you have, future expansion of your menu or business, and the energy consumption of a specific appliance into account when making your decision. If you are still uncertain about anything you can contact us for more advice and assistance.
How to clean freezers and cooling equipment
The cleaning of freezers, chillers, pizza workbenches and related products generally takes only a little time. Stainless steel and granite worktops are very easy to keep clean so that you can quickly wipe the surface and move on to the next pizza. The same applies to the stainless steel housings of most cooling systems; although they do not come into direct contact with food products, they do require sanitising. Refrigeration systems should be cleaned regularly to maintain hygiene; this can be done with a damp cloth and a mild detergent solution. Freezers should be defrosted and cleaned regularly.