Ice cream freezers are a must for more than just ice cream shops. You'll find chest freezers and ice cream display freezers in many grocery markets. And ice cream dipping cabinets are the standard way for Canadian ice cream shops to serve their customers.
Ice cream cabinets come in a variety of widths. But these are otherwise fairly standard machines. You'll want to figure out how many tubs of ice cream you'd like to serve. And you should note, that each one of these cabinets will typically have an extra storage space for a few other tubs of ice cream, which can really be essential in a small ice cream shop.
Glass top freezers are found in almost every convenience store and gas station. That's because they're a great way to show off your ice cream novelities and other pre-wrapped frozen treats. Very often these freezers are self-serve, where a customer can help themselves, but sometimes it's a convenient freezer for staff to take ice cream novelties from.
Solid top freezers, otherwise known as commercial chest freezers, can be used for anything. For your extra ice cream bins, or maybe just for anything else you want to freeze. These are just like residential chest freezers, except they are much more powerful and durable.
Gelato cabinets are perfect for gelato or sorbet, and some other frozen treats. Because of the difference between gelato and ice cream, these cases are at a different temperature than ice cream cases. So you'll want to make sure you get a case that is in the temperature range you're looking for.
Well, that was a lot of rambling about ice cream freezers! If you're still a little uncertain about which freezers you'd like to buy for your ice cream shop, then just give us a ring and we'd be glad to help you out!