Albany, New York, July 20, 2018: With the dynamic lifestyle of the new-age population taking its course, demand for frozen food, bakery products, and packaged food products is also eventually increasing. People are getting highly inclined towards consumption of foods that well furnish their cravings on the go. In this regard, frozen foods have evolved to be one of the most preferred category. In a bid to drop the carbon footprints, manufacturers are emphasizing on fabrication of commercial refrigeration equipment which entails less or limited consumption of energy.
New regulations and standards have been proposed by the U.S. Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Agency for commercial refrigeration by making energy efficiency the focal point. In order to act in accordance with the aforementioned regulations, companies are making new efforts to develop new refrigeration systems integrated with advanced technologies. These insights are gleaned from a new report, titled “Commercial Refrigeration Equipment Market– Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2017 – 2026,” recently added to the all-inclusive repository of Market Research Reports Search Engine (MRRSE).
Manufacturers are also outsourcing new materials and complying with the new certifications pertaining to safety in order to offer sustainable products. Considering that supermarkets is one the most energy-intensive retail businesses, it manifests for a notable demand of commercial refrigeration equipment with minimal energy consumption. The use of commercial refrigeration equipment with next to no energy consumption can help them save to a large extent. With meteoric advancements in technology, companies are on their way to make brisk moves by developing refrigeration systems equipped with sensors. These sensors aid in temperature regulation & monitoring of refrigeration units. Furthermore, low-power wireless solutions are being developed which help in cutting the costs involved in manual monitoring of refrigerator units.
Commercial Refrigeration Equipment Market- Refrigerator and Freezer to Emerge as the Highly Picked Product
Refrigerator and freezer is foreseen to be the most preferred product in the commercial refrigeration equipment market. The sales recorded by refrigerator and freezer is poised to be relatively high as compared to other products by the end of 2026. Different types of refrigerator and freezer include walk-in, reach-in and chest. Among these types, walk in and reach in refrigerator and freezer are projected to witness elevated demand. Owing to the rising number of food products manufactured which are meant to be stored at a particular temperature, the reach-in and walk-in freezers and refrigerators are being deployed to cater to the same.
Another major stride by the manufacturers is fabrication of customized walk-in refrigerators. These customized refrigerators are meant to serve the need and convenience of end users. Few of the companies are also developing walk-in refrigerators including or excluding an insulated floor to further satisfy the customer expectations. Touch screen interfaces are also being integrated in refrigerators and in order to offer better control. In-built safety sensors are also being incorporated in the refrigeration systems to get rid of any damage in case of disruption, minor or major.
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