Chest freezers can be used for residential, medicinal, and commercial purposes depending on how they meet needs. These appliances are available as small and compact units with a lift or sliding lid. The width can vary anywhere from 16" to 40" and even wider with the total capacity ranging from under 2 cubic feet all the way to 16 cubic feet and higher. You can choose from freestanding and portable chest freezers, with some having door locks. A few a small enough to be stored under a counter. Compact chest freezers are also available.
There are chest freezers that provide precise temperature control and are also convertible from a freezer to refrigerator mode. Depending on the size of chest freezers, the number of bins ranges from one to five. Bins or storage containers are convenient when organizing different types of items. You can also find manual and frost-free chest freezers according to your preferences and needs. Alarm chest freezers notify you when the internal freezer temperature rises above the level that is required for the proper storage of frozen items. Important to note that the alarm may sound when many products are added causing the temperature inside the freezer to increase.
Several chest freer models come with glass lids, and some are approved for commercial use. Garage-approved chest freezers can handle extreme temperatures outside while maintaining the optimal temperature inside. We also carry a number if appliances that are Energy STAR-certified models that use less power hence compared to their rivals.
Appliances Connection carries the latest chest freezers from top brands, including Frigidaire, GE, Whirlpool, Danby, and many more. Select from stainless steel, white, black, blue, gray, platinum, silver, and slate finishes. You can also get chest freezers with a multi-colored finish for you who would want blended coloring.
Still not sure what to get? Visit our blog for more ideas!
The Ultimate Freezer Buying Guide
8 Other Things You Can Store in a Wine Cooler Besides Wine
Pros vs. Cons: Column Refrigerators and Freezers
Auto Defrost vs. Frost-Free Freezers: What's the Difference?
Troubleshooting Your Freezer When Something Goes Wrong
Pros vs. Cons: Drawer Refrigerators
Refrigeration That Lasts, Thanks to the All-New Perlick Armor Feature
Troubleshooting Your Wine Cooler When Something Goes Wrong
Summit Introduces Vibrant New Colors for Their Undercounter Refrigerators
Frigidaire vs. GE vs. LG Refrigerators: Which is Best?