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BC180 3 Glass Door Underbench Non-GN Fridge

Model ID: BC180-CG-3RRRS-E

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Food storage solutions for busy commercial kitchens with non-gastronorm food storage requirements. Built to meet the demands of busy kitchens, the Centaur range of food storage fridges and freezers offer you reliable refrigeration at a great price.
Features & Benefits
  • Constant, even temperature
  • Easy to read digital temperature display
  • Reliable, durable and quiet
  • Hygienic and easy to clean
  • Door activated internal lighting
  • Lockable swivel castors make this fridge easy to install, move and clean
  • Best suited to: Restaurants / Cafes, Clubs / Pubs / Bars, Quick Service Restaurants, Hospitality / Venues, Accommodation, Schools, Medical / Aged Care
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Performance
  • MEPS Category: M1
  • MEPS Efficiency (kWh/24h/m2) @ Climate Class 3: 14.38
  • TEC (kWh/24h) @ Climate Class 3: 6.99
  • Total Display Area (m2): 0.49m2
  • Refrigerant / Charge: R134a, 370g
  • Electrical Power (kW): 0.61
  • Current draw (Amps): 2.60
  • 10 Amp 3 pin plug
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Product Overview

Category
Food Storage (Underbench)
Series
Centaur Series
Refrigeration Type
Fridge
Unit Type
Self Contained, LH
Dimensions
1800 W x 725 D x 840 H (mm)
Temperature Range
1°C to 4°C in 38°C ambient
Gross Volume
469 Litres
Floor Area
1.30m2

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