Beverage Refrigerator

June 14, 2019

Beverage refrigerators are used to neatly store your favorite drinks. They can be used as commercial refrigerators or as residential refrigerators. Regardless of how it is used, beverage refrigerators are designed to account for large throughput of drinks and frequent door openings.  A larger cooling system is typically needed to account for these variables.  Because a larger cooling system is needed, these systems typically consume more than 4 kWh per day.  

Most Common Places for a Beverage Refrigerator

A beverage refrigerator is typically found in grocery stores, restaurants, convenience stores, and homes.  The most popular commercial beverage refrigerators are glass door models because they display the products that are held inside.  A commercial beverage refrigerator can also be found in the back of bars, in hotel rooms, in arenas, and outdoors. These places are the most common areas to find a beverage refrigerator due to the technological requirements of compressor-based refrigerators.  Solid state refrigeration technology is not hindered by these requirements and can, therefore, be placed anywhere in a store, whereas compressor-based refrigerators are typically limited to the back of a store.

Phononic's Beverage Refrigerator

Phononic is dedicated to providing a new standard of cool for beverage refrigeration while improving the energy efficiency of the system. Phononic utilizes solid state cooling technology that replaces the compressor technology used in traditional refrigeration units. Because there is no compressor, storage capacity is maximized within the refrigerator, temperatures are stabilized after door openings more effectively, and less than 4 kWh per day are used. Phononic offers commercial refrigeration in a 5.2 cu. ft.unit and a 5.5 cu. ft. under counter unit. Our cooling technology offers greater capacity in a small footprint and without the hot exhaust and loud noise of traditional alternatives. This means you can place your products, including frozen treats, where your buyers will see them – like on a counter at checkout or right beside the bartenders on top of the bar.