Double (quad) Door Upright - Global Hardening Cabinet ('Blast Freezer' –

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Double (quad) Door Upright - Global Hardening Cabinet ('Blast Freezer')


Double (Quad) Door Upright - Global Hardening Cabinet

The Global/Kelvinator Hardening Cabinet is known for quality, performance and reliability and has set the standard for use in hardening batch ice cream products and cakes. This is a 2 door (quad door) model that goes down to minus 30 degrees F. Holds about 43 three gallon tubs.


  • 20 Gauge steel interior/exterior with white powder coat paint
  • Patented Kelvinator refrigeration designed
  • Solid foamed insulated doors with heated perimeters and mullions
  • Digital temperature controller with defrost options and LED display
  • Temperature Range 0F to -30F
  • Auto switch turns fan off when door opened eliminating frost/icing issues
  • Fan(s) & extended evaporator coil eliminate icing on interior walls
  • Expansion valve provides quick pull down and decrease compressor run time
  • Fin coil and forced air evaporator coul improve performance of unit
  • Highest capacity ervaporator coil improves performance of unit
  • (4) adjustable cantilever shelves (1) bottom shelf per Door
  • Heated drain pan dissipates condensation, no plumbing required
  • Energy Star
Temp Range 0F to -30F
Exterior Dimensions
Length 52"
Depth 36 1/8"
Height 88 3/4"
Cubic Feet: 49.1
Electrical 220
Rated Amps 8.5

IMPORTANT:Hardening cabinets are not actually "Blast Freezers". Ice Cream industry experts use the term blast freezer often but the reality is these hardening cabinets are designed to harden ice cream faster than a normal storage freezer but they aren't going to "flash freeze" the product. It will take overnight for it to harden properly. When the ice cream comes out of the batch freezer, it comes out at around 20 degrees above zero or even warmer. So when you put that fresh made soft ice cream into the hardening cabinet, the cabinet will struggle to keep below zero while it starts the process of hardening the ice cream because it is fighting against the introduction of a mass at a warmer temperature. Once the freezer goes through its cycles it will eventually get to its coldest temp. In summary, the hardening cabinet will not perform miracles but it will do a much better job or reducing ice crystals in your product while hardening a fresh made ice cream batch. You can spend $35k to $50k on a blast freezer, but you might be disappointed. Why? While those real blast chillers might harden your ice cream faster, they might also compromise the product due to unexpected consequences of hardening too fast (freezer burn, etc).


NEW EQUIPMENT: You have 14 days to notify us that you want to return brand new equipment for a full refund less shipping costs and a 20% restocking fee. To return new equipment, it must be in the same packaging that it arrived in. New equipment warranty is as per manufacturer stated warranty

USED EQUIPMENT: You have 14 days to notify us that you want to return used equipment for a full refund less shipping costs and a 20% restocking fee. We guarantee proper working condition on all used equipment we ship. If it is not working for any reason when received, we will pay to have a local service company fix it as long as you notify us there is an issue within 30 days after you receive it.

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