Summit SCR600BLCSSRCADA 24" Commercially Approved & ADA Compliant Beverage Center with 5.5 cu. ft. Capacity Door Lock Auto Defrost and Glass Door with Aluminum

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Manufacturer Description

SUMMIT's SCR600LBIADA Series features commercially listed beverage centers designed for built-in use under lower ADA compliant counters in commercial settings. With a 24" footprint and 32" height, the SCR600BLCSSRCADA offers a generous 5.5 cu.ft. of storage capacity with adjustable glass and wooden shelves to best store bottles and cans. The front-breathing system allows the unit to be built-in under counters, while the fully finished stainless steel wrapped cabinet also allows freestanding use. The glass door features an aluminum trim for an attractive view of stored products, with our full-length towel bar handle in brushed stainless steel. A factory installed lock offers added security. Inside, the SCR600BLCSSRCADA utilizes low maintenance automatic defrost operation. We include SUMMIT's unique "hidden" evaporator in the rear wall, a design that protects the unit's system while maximizing shelf space. Full interior lighting is accessible on a convenient ON/OFF rocker switch, letting you light the interior only when you choose. This unit is ETL-S listed to NSF-7 commercial standards and is not recommended for household use.

Product Features

Commercially approved for use in food service establishments 32 inch height fits under lower ADA compliant counters Glass door provides heat-safe view of stored contents Factory installed lock provides security you can count on Automatic defrost operation minimizes user maintenance

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