Walk in Coolers and Freezers
Monoblock Cooling Units
If your business needs a monoblock cooling unit, Zanotti is your number one solution. Our monoblocks are designed to deliver top-performance year-round. At Zanotti, we are constantly evolving the way we design our products. Our units require less energy, maintain cooler temperatures flawlessly, and are designed to last for decades. Zanotti has been manufacturing premier quality refrigeration products for nearly 60 years. Our expertise, knowledge, and experience have allowed us to create some of the most advanced, high-performance cooling technology you see before you today. Set your restaurant up with the proper cooling systems from a company you can rely on.
Our Monoblock’s Performance
Our pre-charged refrigerator and freezer units allow for quick and easy installation into your walk-in of any size. Eliminate the need for costly installation bills with our easy to install monoblock units. We can provide premier monoblock units for both industrial and commercial uses. We carry several models to easily accommodate your existing coolers. Nearly all models are designed for indoor and outdoor applications. All our models can maintain a consistent temperature of 0° Fahrenheit for walk-in coolers with volume depths ranging from 40-200 cubic meters as long as the wall thickness is at least four inches. For walk-in coolers with a wall thickness of five inches, our monoblock cooling units can consistently maintain the temperature at -20° Fahrenheit with ease.
All monoblock units come with a standard two-year warranty and the option to extend to a five-year paid warranty. To receive more information about our monoblock cooling units, contact our team or email us directly today.
A 90 day independent field study by the Food Service Technology Center on the Zanotti SB Monoblock concluded:
"The baseline unit consumed an average of 17kWh per day and the Zanotti unit consumed 15 kWh per day with better temperature uniformity due to a lower duty cycle. The Zanotti resulted in a 10% energy savings, lower average box temperatures, and reduced temperature fluctuations through out the day.
In order to maintain similar product temperatures as the Zanotti, the baseline unit would have to be sized at least 30% larger"