Walk-In Commercial Freezer Rentals
Walk in Freezer Rentals
- Pre-wired, pre-assembled, and ready to operate. Just make an electrical connection.
- Electric-powered – no fumes, fuel bills, or diesel engine noise.
- Can be placed anywhere – grass, gravel, or relatively uneven surfaces.
- Seamless fiberglass construction is immune to heat, cold, and bad weather.
- Placed at ground level for easy access – no ramp necessary.
- Pre-set at either 0°F / -18°C or -10°F / -23°C.
- Heavy duty non-skid floor
- Lockable door latch
- Self-closing hinges
- Hasp lock (ext. door)
- Safety release handle
- Heated door jamb
- Magnetic gasket
- Door closer
- Sweep seal
- Low ambient controls
- Defrost timer
- Heated relief port
- Light switch/pilot light
- Rain cap exterior doors
- Remote thermometer
- Interior lighting
- Crowned roof
- Heated freezer door
Typical Single Phase Wiring Connections for Dual Temps
How a Walk-In Freezer Works
Freezers help preserve food by removing heat from the inside of the appliance. Whether the freezer is a standalone freezer that you might find in a home or a commercial walk-in freezer that you might find in a restaurant, all freezers operate fairly similarly. Freezers contain a refrigerant gas that is specifically designed to evaporate and condense at specific temperatures and pressures in order to optimize the refrigeration cycle. The freezer system starts with a compressor. The compressor is a high-pressure pump that compresses the refrigerant gas at high pressures. When the refrigerant gas is compressed, it releases heat. This heating increases the overall temperature of the refrigerant. Once the refrigerant is heated, it travels through a condenser outside the freezer. Since the gas is outside of the freezer now, it causes the gas to cool to around room temperature. Once the gas cools, it turns it into a liquid. The liquid refrigerant then travels to the evaporator, which is a very cold area of the freezer. Within the evaporator, the liquid refrigerant quickly expands into a gas again since the temperature has cooled down. After the refrigerant evaporates, it absorbs the heat from its surroundings. This makes it cold and freezes the items within the freezer. After traveling through the evaporator, the refrigerant gas goes back into the compressor. This cycle then repeats. The heat that has been absorbed in the evaporator is distributed through the condenser. We often think of freezers working as a system that adds cold. However, it really is a system that removes heat which causes the temperature to become cold. As you can see, freezers use a sealed system that manipulates temperature and pressure in order to keep food frozen.
Polar Leasing offers a variety of walk-in refrigerators and freezers. We strive to show outstanding customer service while providing our customers with the freezer or refrigeration unit that they need. Our commercial walk-in refrigeration units and walk-in freezers are abundantly helpful in enhancing your establishment’s cold storage space so you can stock food and perishable items in bulk. In addition to our walk-in freezers, we also offer walk-in coolers.