Delfield Foodservice Equipment

Delfield Foodservice Equipment

Delfield manufactures a complete line of foodservice equipment for restaurants, bars and other businesses. Delfield specializes in commercial refrigeration. Delfield manufactures roll-in refrigerators, beverage counters, drop-in cold pans, reach-in freezers, roll-in freezers, undercounter refrigerators, drop-in frost tops, serving counters, wine coolers, carts, pass-thrus, roll-thru refrigerators, reach-in dual temps, refrigerated worktables, refrigerated equipment stands, reach-in refrigerators, dipping cabinets, undercounter freezers, milk coolers, display cases, merchandisers. If you need help choosing the right Delfield foodservice equipment, feel free to give us a call and our certified food service equipment consultants will assist you. Commercial refrigeration equipment, restaurant equipment & kitchen equipment from CKitchen.com

Average Product Rating

This rating represents the average of our overall customer feedback on this brand.

Top Rated Delfield Foodservice Equipment
Delfield Foodservice Equipment Featured Articles
A Guide to Choosing Commercial Refrigeration

Depending on the type of unit you’re purchasing, there are likely a few options in terms of size and capacity available. There are a few ways to categorize the size/capacity of a unit:


Read More
A Guide to Choosing Merchandisers
Considerations for Choosing a Merchandiser: Do you want customers to serve themselves? Are you displaying hot or cold foods? Do you want access from both sides? Do you need to remote the refrigeration because the unit is going into an already warm location?


Read More
A Guide to Choosing Display Refrigeration

Note! Most of the units below are available with remote compressors. These require installation by a refrigeration technician, and this adds a lot of cost. Units situated in warm areas will work more efficiently and not add to the already warm ambient temperature if the condenser and compressor are place in a well-ventilated room. If they are placed outdoors, you will need to note that in your order so that an outdoor hood and heater can be included.

Read More
A Guide to Choosing Walk-In Boxes

Walk-in coolers tend to be larger than their freezer counterparts and can occupy a space from 15 cubic feet to as large as 400,000 square feet! Keep the following in mind when choosing the size/capacity of your walk-in box:

Read More
A Guide to Choosing Blast Chillers

Reason for blast chilling or shock freezing : This guide won’t delve into the reasons to own a blast chiller which is reasonably well addressed here, and more details here. Let’s suffice to say that products that have been rapidly chilled will likely hold 2-3 days longer and taste better when rethermalized. Also, if you wish to refrigerate freshly cooked food, it can get contaminated while cooling down in a cooler. So whether you’re saving labor by cooking items in bulk or preparing for a catering event, Blast chillers can be very effective.


Read More
Refrigerator Repair and Maintenance

Refrigerators are a costly investment for any restaurant, so knowing how to properly maintain them is key to getting the most out of their life. While repairs can also eat away at your bottom line, knowing how to do simple maintenance and repair tasks can keep more money in your restaurant’s wallet! Here are a few tips for repair and maintenance of your kitchen’s commercial refrigerator.




Read More
Protect Workers with Your Equipment

The equipment you choose to outfit your foodservice establishment with is typically tailored to your customers’ demands and needs. Many times, owners overlook the needs of their own workers and the role that their equipment plays in it!


Read More
Reduce Your Startup Costs

Opening a new restaurant is a daunting task and costly endeavour for many. When it comes to kitchen equipment, knowing how to make informed purchases that are both cost-effective and long-standing can help retain your working capital while reducing headaches in the future.

Read More
Gas vs Electric Equipment for your Kitchen

Investing in kitchen equipment can be costly, and many try to stretch their pennies when it comes to deciding what to get. When choosing between gas and electric equipment, there are more factors than just cost that can affect your restaurant! Knowing the differences between gas and electric equipment for your kitchen can help you make an informed decision in purchasing foodservice appliances.





Read More
Induction Cooking 101

Induction cooking has long been a cooking method of choice for chefs worldwide, but only recently has demand driven prices down, making it an affordable choice for many restaurant owners. From understanding how it works to knowing what you’ll need, here are a few of the basics when it comes to induction burners.

Read More
Delfield Foodservice Equipment Recent Reviews
Mike K.J.
10/5/2015
Large and durable, just like we wanted. Excellent product so far. Especially love the digital features on this one.
Sam Miller
10/5/2015
Love Delfield products. This was just what we needed, perfect fit! Great product.
Quinn St. James
10/3/2015
DEFINITELY worth the money. Sooooo much space inside. HIGHLY recommended for other kitchens! Absolutely no regrets.
Jeffery Lanson
10/3/2015
Sturdy and durable. Love the two-sections; makes it very easy to access. Great set up.
Keenan Briggs
9/17/2015
Large storage capacity, very insulated- keeps ice frozen with no issues. Great product.
Paul Anderson
9/17/2015
Great product. Dispenses trays, silverware, and napkins all in one piece of equipment. Saves time, energy, and space. Very convenient.
Delfield Foodservice Equipment Videos