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Bally Headquarters in Morehead City, NC

Bally Refrigerated Boxes, Inc. had its beginnings in the case and cooler business in Bally, PA, when "iceboxes" were literally cooled by blocks of ice. We introduced the use of insulated refrigerated structures over seventy five years ago and continue to remain faithful to our tradition of innovation with superior products including:

Walk-in Coolers and Freezers
    •     Adapt-A-Doors    •     Refrigerated Buildings
Modular Structures    •     Blast Chillers    •     Mortuary Coolers
Refrigeration Products    •    Replacement Parts

We pioneered the use of non-ozone depleting panels that reduce ozone damage by 90 percent, and were the first to receive FM Class I and UL listings. Through our many developments, we've continued to rely on the outstanding fundamentals of our product line, features like these that set us apart:

  • Premium insulation. Bally's foamed-in-place, non ozone-depleting urethane insulation is one of the best commercially available on the market. The foam uses a low pressure expanding agent that produces 98% closed-cell insulation; maintaining its exact thickness and precise edges while performing through a range of temperatures from -90°F (-67.7°C) to 212°F (100°C).

  • Fast, easy assembly. Our precisely formed, lightweight panels are available in 4”, 5" or 6" thicknesses. The Bally Speed-Lok joining system allows our Walk-Ins and Refrigerated Buildings to be quickly and easily transported and assembled whether indoors or out.

  • Refrigeration Systems. Bally Refrigeration Products provide a number of pre-assembled and remote refrigeration units designed to fit specific installations. They are available in varied configurations, mounting styles, capacities, and voltages. Each component of our refrigeration system is configured so it has the correct size, power and capacity for its Bally structure.
Proven Dependable for over 80 years.

 
1930 Bally Novelty Works began building cedar chests & refrigerated grocery display cases in a small rented building in Bally, PA.
1935 Bally Case & Cooler moved to a larger manufacturing facility, and expanded its product lines to include refrigerated display cases, grocery shelving, and wood-clad, cork-insulated Walk-Ins.
1939 Created the fiberglass-insulated Walk-In.
1940s All display case manufacturing ceased during World War II, but Bally continued to make Walk-In coolers, and munitions for the armed forces.
1950s Returned to normal business of production of Walk-Ins
1962 Produced the first urethane-insulated modular building panel; revolutionizing the Walk-In industry.
1968 The Speed-Lok diaphragmatic joining system was introduced.
1969 Bally was the first company that received FM, Class I, and UL listings on panels.
1972 Bally built its first modular structure; satisfying demands for energy conservation.
1988 Developed the Northwind Blast Chiller.
1991 Patented Welded Seam Panel technology for food processing installations.
1992 First company that fabricated panels with CFC-free foam insulation.
1995 Bally is bought by John Reilly, Jr., and becomes Bally Refrigerated Boxes, Inc. Headquarters moves to a state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Morehead City, North Carolina.
2003 Awarded the 2003 Stratospheric Ozone Protection Award by the US Environmental Protection Agency for being the first company in the industry to switch to a non ozone-depleting urethane foam system.
2010 The SmartSpeed® Evaporator was created, boasting energy saving of around 45% over standard evaporators.



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