In ancient times, people used to pack their meat and other food items in the snow. Or, they used to store these in cool caves. They knew that by doing this, they would be able to prolong the usable life of the food. This concept led to the birth of the refrigeration industry.
Almost everyone would have a refrigerator at home. These appliances are useful for keeping food and drinks cool. By keeping these items cool, domestic refrigerators slow down the decomposition process. In many cases, non-commercial refrigerators come in a specific range of sizes. As such, you could fit these in a kitchen or a garage very easily. Manufacturers typically produce these appliances bearing in mind the fact that domestic consumers would need to pay a specific power bill each month. In addition, non-commercial fridges will usually feature an attached freezer as well. Commercial enterprises typically require separate freezer space. As such, commercial fridges will usually not have attached freezers.
In contrast, commercial refrigerators come in a wide range of shapes and sizes. Some models such as the Sanden SPU-1253 upright (display) fridge are ideal in hotels and restaurants. Others could be popular for use in the transportation or brewing industries. In other words, commercial fridges could be as small as domestic refrigerators or as large as train box cars. Commercial refrigerators will usually be larger and more powerful than their non-commercial counterparts. These features make them ideal for commercial businesses of any size and scope. Commercial fridges will offer enhanced storage space too. Moreover, cleaning these fridges will be much easier as well.