Master-Bilt

Master-Bilt Parts

Master Bilt manufactures walk-in coolers and freezers, refrigeration systems, and ice cream cabinets which were formed in 1938. The Refrigerated Solutions Group owns a Master Bilt company. Its solutions are used for catering, convenience store, and restaurant businesses. 

Master-Bilt produces a wide range of commercial refrigeration equipment, including:

  • Walk-in coolers and freezers
  • Reach-in refrigerators and freezers
  • Ice cream dipping cabinets
  • Blast chillers and freezers
  • Prep tables and sandwich units
  • Display cases and merchandisers
  • Milk coolers and dairy cases
  • Bar refrigeration and back bar coolers
  • Upright and chest freezers

These products are designed for use in various industries such as food service, hospitality, and retail.

Over the past 80 years, Master Bilt has built a solid reputation for quality. 

Its methods offer enduring service while lowering operational costs and were developed to address common business concerns. Master Bilt products are good for their durability, energy efficiency, advanced technology, flexibility, customer support, and industry expertise.

Master Bilt uses high-quality parts in its refrigeration equipment to ensure reliable performance and longevity. Some features of Master Bilt parts include:

  • Advanced Technology: Master Bilt incorporates advanced technologies, such as digital temperature control systems, into their products to ensure optimal performance and accuracy.
  • Compatibility: Master Bilt's parts such as thermostats, transformers, etc.,  designed to be compatible with a wide range of refrigeration equipment, allowing for easy repair and maintenance.
  • Quality: Master Bilt parts are manufactured to meet high standards of quality and reliability, ensuring that their products perform optimally.

PartsFe carries a large assortment of Master Bilt parts and many restaurant kitchen equipment parts. 

FAQs

Why is my Master-Bilt freezer cool but not cold enough to freeze?

A clogged condenser coil decreases your freezer's cooling capacity. To improve the operation of your freezer, clean the condenser coil.

Does a Master-Bilt freezer need to be plugged in after 24 hours?

When being transported locally, food can be kept in the freezer for up to 4 hours. You can plug your appliance in after 4 hours have passed.

At what temperature should a Master-Bilt beverage cooler be kept?

Most beverage center temperature controls can only be set to a minimum of 40 to 45 degrees. A beverage refrigerator can achieve the ideal chilling temperature of 33 degrees in its cabinet.

When should you clean a Master-Bilt walk-in cooler?

The condenser coil is one of the most important parts of your freezer. If your condenser coil is not cleaned properly. Then it may create many issues in freezers such as a smelly freezer, less efficiency, and more. Condenser coils should be cleaned at least once each month.

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