Food poisoning in refrigerator

We put food into refrigerator in order to make sure they won’t go putrid, especially in summer. Every summer the sun in the sky is hot, people tend to put almost every food into refrigerator. However, do you know that even the food in refrigerator may lead to food poisoning?

In summer, bacteria reproduce rapidly, especially in wet places like refrigerator. Also the frequecy of opening and closing the refrigerator become higher. All of these give chance for food poisoning in refrigerator.

Reading these, you may be worry a lot. But it doesn’t matter. Here are some ways for effectively avoiding food poisoning in refrigerator.

  1. Clear your refrigerator regularly.

You should timely throw away those rotten food.

  1. Raw and cooked food shouldn’t be stored together.

You should separately store them. Otherwise they may be cross-contamination.

  1. Cooked food inrefrigerator must be thoroughly cooked before being eaten.

Single Glass Door Merchandiser Series

The Apex single door merchandiser has a glass door with an aluminum frame for durability. With the Self-closing door, cold air can be retained in the cabinet. The magnetic door gasket also keeps cold air from escaping and removes for cleaning and replacing.

The white aluminum interior frame brightens the cabinet, and the clean-out drain make cleaning the interior simple. In the cabinet, the adjustable PVC-coated wire shelves are easy to carry various products. LED lights brighten the interior and enhances product visibility.

The Apex single glass door merchandiser uses R134a hydrocarbon refrigerant to keep temperatures cold. A high-capacity, balanced refrigeration system maintains temperatures from 0 to 10 Celsius Degrees for the best food preservation. Electronically evaporator and condenser fan motors move a consistent volume of air, producing little heat and reducing the consumption of energy.

Double Glass Door Merchandiser Series

The Apex double glass door merchandiser uses a solid-state thermostat to control the temperature, which is adjustable from 0 to 10 Celsius degrees and maintained by R134A refrigerant. The condenser is bottom mounted, meaning it can be accessed more conveniently than a top-mounted system. With a slide-out design, operators can conveniently clean and service the components.

Adjustable, PVC-coated shelves hold product in the cabinet, while LED lights provide visibility through glass doors. Ergonomic door handles are comfortable to grip, and locks protect product from theft. Apex double glass door merchandiser has a black front with white sides. Its interior is also white. Also, OEM Service is welcomed which means you can customize the merchandiser’s appearance, light box and other parts.

The 125th Canton Fair (China Import and Export Fair 2019)

We’ll set up at Booth No. 3.2D08-3.2D09. From April 14th to 19th. Welcome to visit our booth or directly pay a visit to our company. We sincerely hope to take further future discussion with you. To create a new business, to share our latest commercial refrigerator.

125th Spring Canton Fair 2019 April Phase 1

Canton Fair Phase One, focuses on electrical and electronic products and industrial products. Most of China’s latest high-tech products are in the first phase of the Canton Fair. It has the largest number of deals and buyers of 3 phases.

Date: 15th-19th April 2019

Time: 9:30-18:00

Exhibitors & Product Search

  • Electronics & Household Electrical Appliances
  • Lighting Equipment
  • Vehicles & Spare Parts
  • Machinery
  • Hardware & Tools
  • Building Materials
  • Chemical Products
  • Energy Resources
  • International Pavilion



By Simon He   Feb-18th,2019

In the morning of February 12th 2019, we proudly announced that Apex Refrigeration Equipment Limited 2019 Kick-off Ceremony has successfully begun! Team APEX, Team Sansheng and lots of distinguish guests those who pay much attention to the growth of Apex participated in this inspiring event. We ever received many greeting and wishes by video from oversee customer and friends.

The ceremony was held in the beautiful Flora Lake Villa with a very nice weather. First of all, our general manger—Eric delivered a gracious speech with a summary of 2018 and the gratitude to our clients, co-workers, suppliers and friends. In 2018, although the world economy was not good, our team still made an annual sales turn over of $12 million which increased almost 30% from 2017. Then he also announced the new goal of 2019.

Without everyone’s contribution and our leaders’ smart guidance, this success would not happen. Each one in our company has professional ability and devotes himself/herself to his/her job. The most shining stars among us are Honglan Wei, Yiquan Wu and Cayla Zhang. In the past year, their hard working and responsibility branded into everyone’s heart. After Eric announced their names, they went on the stage to receive their awards and shared their feelings with us.

Then, our engineering director—Tony Wong and sales director—Andy Tu read out the summary of the last year and thewish of the new year. After that, Andy led every salesman to speak out their goals.

The sales team is not fighting alone, the target of 2019 is on all shoulders of Apex team members. Eric led all team members vow on their responsibility and target: As elite of APEX team, I must work hard to fulfill my responsibility, create value for our client, and contribute my intelligence and effort, for the accomplishment of 2019 goal!


Being encouraged by our team’s ambition, the general manager of Sansheng— Apex brother company and supplier, Mr. Xianchang Lu also made an inspiring speech and showed his support and good wishes to Apex.

Let’s go to the next part. Our guest bought two excellent shows to us. Firstly, a very young and well-trained lady—Zilu Chen performed a ravishing violin solo. Then, Mr.Huaqing Leung sang a song by using his beautiful voice. Finally, the talented girl of our Apex team—Cathy Tao played a Guzheng Solo. All performance has won the applause of the audience. Along with the shows, the exciting Gift-lottery program was also performed. Congratulations to those who won Ipad, Apple watch, Kindle and so many other nice gifts!

At the end, all participants took a big family picture and then enjoy a big feast of buffet. We thank everyone who witnesses this special event of Apex Refrigeration. And specially thanks everyone who devotes himself/herself to the Apex team. We hope that in the year 2019 we will make a better progress and share a bigger success with more friends. See you again next year!

Commercial Refrigerator

Apex commercial refrigerator is completely export-oriented designed and re-developed. As a pioneer of beverage and food display solution provider, we always implement international leading concept of energy saving, environment protection, as well as the most strict standard in material durability and refrigeration technology. Our products has been widely sold in USA, Canada, England, France, Spain, Norway, Finland, Saudi, UAE, Australia, South Africa etc. more than 30 countries. More than 200 customers have been joining hands with us in either OEM or ODM business. Some among those are globally well-known brands such as Coca Cola, Pepsi, Unilever, Sanden, Heineken, Walmart etc.

Apex team members have strong career background in the leading company of this industry. They have well education and experience. Either in services or R&D we are good-listeners and fast action takers.

Apex’s production base are ISO certified, with advanced production line and well-trained workers. Sufficient productivity ensures fast delivery even in the high season of the year.

Apex’s equipment are up-to-date model from the top brand of industry. That ensures we have the best quality from the beginning of process. We are saving every penny for you from the complete manufacturing process.

Apex extra inspection procedure with independent standard is the most important chain in securing your benefit. In addition, we offer impeccable warranty and after sales service that covers your entire headache.


Tips for Improving Commercial Refrigerator Efficiency

Tips for Improving Commercial Refrigerator Efficiency

The kitchens in restaurants, hotels, and hospitals are leading sources of energy consumption. Within that space, commercial refrigerator account for over 30% of the electricity usage.  

Fortunately, there are easy ways to improve the efficiency of refrigeration units. Simple operational changes and improved cleaning habits can reduce usage between 10% and 30%. Doing so will also increase the comfort of the kitchen staff and total operating performance.  

Here are eight tips for improving commercial refrigeration efficiency.  

1. Inspect the Doors

Misaligned doors and worn gaskets can result in cool air leaking out of the refrigerator. Damaged strip curtains and malfunctioning automatic door closers will also waste energy. Check the gaskets and seals on a regular basis, keeping them clean and replacing as necessary.  

Not sure if a seal is losing air? Hold up a thin piece of paper next to the closed refrigerator door. If it flutters, it’s time to replace the seal.  

2. Clean the Coils

Evaporator and condenser coils get dirty over time. Without proper care, they’ll block airflow, which drags efficiency down. Dirty coils can also result in major maintenance issues, such as compressor failure.  

3. Make Room for Circulation

Heat builds up in tight spaces, so location is key for your refrigeration units. They’ll work harder to cool properly, driving up energy costs. Make sure there’s adequate space around the fridges and freezers, and avoid putting them too close to cooking equipment. 

4. Check the Charge

If refrigeration units don’t have enough refrigerant charge, it strains the compressor. Take a look at the sight glass on the condenser that shows the refrigerant line. If the system is running and you see visible bubbles, it’s a sign the refrigerant needs to be recharged. Call an experienced commercial appliance technician to get the job done.  

5. Switch to LED Lighting

Some of the most energy efficient products on the market are LED bulbs and fixtures. This is especially true when it comes to reducing energy usage in refrigeration units. They operate well in cold environments and give off less heat than other lighting options.  

6. Cover Display Cases

Open-case refrigerated displays should be covered when not in use. They’re a great way to showcase food options, but they drain energy. Adding night covers keeps the cold air contained, which means the case doesn’t have to run at full capacity when the establishment is closed.  

7. Vacuum the Back

A busy kitchen collects dust and dirt in places you may not think about. Periodically pull refrigerator and freezers away from the wall and vacuum them off. This picks up any filth that’s collected on the condenser coils. Clean coils pull the heat away from the refrigerator more efficiently, helping you control energy costs.  

8. Upgrade to Energy-Efficient Equipment

Apex carries a wide array of energy-saving commercial refrigeration units.

Ways to Avoid Commercial Refrigerator Breakdowns

No matter what industry your business operates in, from restaurants, supermarkets, convenience stores, and more, commercial refrigerators are an important component of your day-to-day operations. Without proper care, your refrigerators can break down, leaving you with spoiled food products, lost revenue, and unhappy customers. In order to avoid the significant costs associated with repairing or replacing broken down refrigeration units, here are a few steps you can take to keep your commercial equipment in optimal condition.

Be Mindful of Their Location

The placement of your commercial refrigerators affects its ability to function properly. If the refrigerator’s fans or vents are obstructed, either by debris or by placing the unit flush to a wall, they won’t cool effectively. This can lead to expensive problems like a compressor breakdown when the unit overworks itself.

Overloaded and Overworked

Your commercial refrigerators aren’t designed to have food packed in to the brim, which will restrict air flow within the unit. When they’re overloaded, they will overwork themselves trying to maintain a proper temperature. If you’re not careful, you could risk food spoilage from an overstocked unit, as well as major refrigeration components breaking down before their natural lifespan.

Keep It Clean

A simple way to prolong the life of your refrigerator units is by keeping them clean, which reduces system wear and keeps everything functioning properly. You can use hot water and a mild soap to clean the inside and outside, but don’t get electrical components wet. Fan and condenser coils should be cleaned by professionals to avoid damaging delicate but critical refrigeration parts.

Watch for Breakdown Indicators

Despite your best efforts, commercial refrigerators can develop problems that require immediate professional attention to avoid a complete and costly breakdown. If the gaskets aren’t properly sealed, the unit will struggle to reach optimal cooling temperatures. Fluctuations in temperatures could be an indication of many issues, including problems with the fan, condenser, thermometer, or evaporator. Puddles forming on the inside or outside of the commercial refrigerator could be pointing to a major breakdown or a leak in the drainage line.

Because the signs of an imminent breakdown could be attributed to a number of issues, it’s important to have the unit inspected by a professional mechanic as soon as possible. In the same hand, keeping up with regular refrigerator maintenance with experienced commercial refrigeration technicians can help identify problems early before they result in costly repairs or replacements.

The best way to avoid commercial refrigeration breakdown is by using the units as intended, keeping them clean, inspecting them for potential issues, and keeping up with regular maintenance. To get the most out of your commercial refrigeration needs, look no further than Apex. Our extensive line of commercial refrigerators is suited to a variety of business needs, with innovative designs and advanced technology that’s made to last. Contact us today to find out more.

The History of Refrigeration

Food service operations from restaurants, grocery stores, micro-markets, convenience stores, and more rely on commercial refrigerators to keep products safe and customers happy. Without them, it would be difficult to consistently keep produce and perishables fresh, beverages drinkable, and operating costs manageable. People have been finding ways to preserve foods for centuries with varying degrees of success, but modern refrigeration systems are a relatively new development.

An Icy Start

Ice has been used in food preservation for thousands of years. Icehouses were insulated with straw and sawdust, providing an effective but cumbersome process for keeping food fresh. As civilization became more industrialized, natural ice was harvested and distributed for home and commercial use. Ice boxes developed as a more compact alternative to ice houses, holding blocks of ice to keep foods cold.

The Science Behind Refrigeration

Mechanical refrigeration first became a possibility in the mid 1700s, when William Cullen developed a technique of boiling ether in a partial vacuum, creating ice. In the early 1800s, Michael Farady took Cullen’s work to the next level when he liquefied ammonia gas, creating a cooling effect in the process.

The science behind what makes refrigeration work is compression. As the gas components are compressed into a liquid state, it absorbs heat, cooling the space as it returns to a gas.

The Rise of Commercial Refrigeration

Commercial refrigeration became popular more quickly than home usage. The average home wasn’t suited for the bulky sizes of refrigeration units, relying on ice boxes instead. Commercial usage spread through railroad cars, grocery stores, breweries, and the meat-packing industry. The foodservice industry expanded thanks to advancements in transportation and refrigeration methods.

Advancements in Refrigeration

Advances were made to commercial refrigeration throughout the 20th century, resulting in systems that were smaller, less expensive, and better suited for a variety of industries, including at-home usage.

Early refrigeration units were large, weighing several tons, and were cooled using toxic gases. In the 1920s, cooling mechanisms moved away from ammonia to synthetic chlorofluorocarbons, but it was phased out when scientists discovered that its emissions depleted the ozone layer.  Today’s industry standard is hydrofluorocarbons, which are more environmentally friendly and energy efficient.

State-of-the-Art Commercial Refrigerators

Commercial refrigeration has come a long way from blocks of ice insulated with straw and sawdust. Apex’s commercial refrigerators do so much more than just keep food and beverages at the proper temperature. Technological advancements contribute to better visual merchandising, as well as data collection on consumer behavior. They come with an array of modern features such as digital thermostats, innovative designs, LED lighting, glass display doors, and provide maximum energy efficiency without utilizing too much space. To learn more about how you can keep food products safe while driving sales with better commercial refrigeration options, contact us today.