Traulsen, a leader in the design and manufacture of premium commercial refrigeration equipment, has released a white paper, “Buying the Right Refrigerator: Considerations for investing in your business.” This paper is written to benefit foodservice operations that are contemplating the purchase of a new refrigerator by discussing all of the features of the refrigeration unit that can impact long-term success.
“Customers expect fresh thinking from Traulsen, and this white paper highlights the key points that customers should consider to get the most out of their refrigeration equipment,” said John Davis, director of marketing and engineering for Traulsen.“We know that refrigeration is a key investment in the kitchen operation, and we want our clients to make informed decisions about key features to ensure food preservation and safety.”
The paper discusses how to choose the right partner in refrigeration and gives recommendations surrounding these areas:
Performance reliability – understanding key features’ impacts on maintaining a safe holding temperature
Durability – which components should be examined to ensure they are designed to withstand real-world punishment
Adaptability – consider the refrigerator’s storage capacity and its potential to meet future growth
Easy maintenance – how to correctly maintain the unit
Efficiency – finding a model that saves energy and money
Longevity – knowing which features can ensure longer life, minimizing cost of repair and replacement
Customer care – what kinds of support should be considered post-purchase
To download this new white paper from Traulsen, visit www.traulsen.com or click on the following link:
Traulsen, which celebrates its 75th anniversary in 2013, builds upon design and manufacturing standards put in place in the early years of the company’s history. These standards include crafting the highest quality products in the industry; using the most rugged metal materials; building to stringent, self-imposed specifications; developing advanced refrigeration technologies; and bringing customers the long-term cost saving and value that come from a long, efficient product life.