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Features of blast chillers
Blast chillers come in about as many sizes and shapes as regular refrigerators and freezers. From large, commercial grade chillers, to compact units for small kitchens, it won't be difficult to find a blast cooler that fits your needs.
How blast chillers work
Blast chillers are thought of as powerful refrigerators. When food is put on the shelves of these refrigerators and the door is closed, a fan blows chilled air over the food. This rapidly chills the food, allowing it to bypass “danger zone” temperatures fast enough to prevent nasty bacteria from growing. Specifically, 161°F to 40°F in less than 90 minutes, and freezing food in less than four hours. Most blast chillers keep tracks of these temperatures to ensure your food is cooling fast enough.
When food is blast-chilled, less moisture is lost due to evaporation, and the size of ice crystals is reduced if the food is frozen.