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Perfect for showcasing the range of beverages or food on offer, glass door fridges can be used in bars, restaurants, cafes, offices and at home. The large transparent doors are perfect for keeping things on display while ensuring they stay ice-cold. Available in a huge range shapes and sizes for a range of different food and drink storage, there is a glass fridge to suit every need.

Built to withstand the tough conditions of a restaurant or bar, glass door fridges are made to last. A large glass fridge may use a large motor to ensure that the interior can stay cool, even though the door is being opened often. Because of this, it's important to check the energy rating on your new glass door fridge if you want to keep electricity costs low.

A good quality glass fridge should have a temperature range between 1°C > 8°C in an ambient 38 degrees celsius. If you are using your glass door fridge for commercial purposes some features to consider are interior LED lighting, double tempered glass, adjustable shelves, lockable doors and auto defrost.

Some larger glass fridges are perfect for outdoor bars and restaurant businesses. Before you purchase a glass door fridge for outdoors, check with the manufacturer to ensure it is able to withstand the extremes of weather, UV safe and made from high quality stainless steel.

Often glass door fridges are commercial grade and they may require a minimum of 200mm for ventilation above the fridge, your manufacturer should be able to confirm this based on your model. Be sure to check the specifications of your new glass door fridge to ensure that it can safely fit within the allocated space. Fridges that feature interior fans, will help to keep the cold air circulating to ensure even temperatures during the hot Australian summer.

At eBay, we have a range of glass door fridges , restaurant refrigerators and other commercial quality appliances for you to browse, shop now and find the perfect glass fridge.

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