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Helpful Tips to Organize your Walk-in Cooler or Freezer

According to Forbes, restaurants spend approximately 30% of their budget on ingredients, making the proper storage of refrigerated and frozen stock in walk-in coolers or freezers crucial to bottom lines. Simply stacking food boxes in your walk-in cooler or freezer...

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What You Need to Know About Fire Ratings

Whether building commercial or residential structures, building code specifies standards for fire ratings that include walk-in coolers and freezers. KPS Global® was an early adopter of safety protocols to provide superior products to our customers. A company’s...

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Extending the Life of Your Walk-In With Liner Panels

Whether your need is aesthetic or functional, Thermal Liner Panels can extend the life of an existing walk in cooler or freezer by up to 5 years, adding an R-value of 5 to your existing solution.   Setting the Standard for Thermal Liner Panels KPS Global have set...

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5 Surprising Uses for Walk-Ins

Applications of panels are surprisingly multi-faceted, and creative designers are taking advantage of their unusual versatility to develop some uses that are both interesting and unexpected. Here are 5 of those unusual applications of ‘walk-ins’.   Guitar Storage For...

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The Importance of a Good Seal on Swing and Slide Doors

A walk-in cooler with a poor seal causes significant and unnecessary expenses.  A proper door seal on walk-in coolers is essential. If either swing or slide doors aren't sealed correctly, the entire refrigeration area could be compromised. A poor fit causes...

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Strong Heritage, Forward Thinking. Join the KPSG Team!

Industry Leading Manufacturer Through the acquisition of Kysor Panel Systems and Hill Phoenix Walk-Ins Division from Dover Corporation, KPS Global® was formed in 2015 by D Cubed Group LLC. Headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, KPS Global is proud to be a company that...

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Update on the New Steel and Aluminum Tariffs

On March 8, President Trump signed two proclamations imposing tariffs on imported steel and aluminum, however Mexico, Canada and the EU were granted temporary exemptions while discussions between the countries occur. The deadline for an agreement was June 1st. ...

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