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ReFlex 2 Solid Door Underbench GN 1/1 Compatible Freezer

Model ID: RF7.UBF.2.SD

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ReFlex 2 Solid Door Underbench GN 1/1 Compatible Freezer

Model ID: RF7.UBF.2.SD

ReFlex leverages the power of SKOPE-connect to let you switch between ideal temperature settings at the touch of an app. This 2 door GN compatible freezer also offers typical SKOPE durability and power economy in a compact package less than 1300mm-long.

Features & Benefits
  • Unlock the power of SKOPE-connect, including its enhanced pre-sets. Simply press a button to switch between general food safe, poultry, red meat, fresh seafood, live seafood, dairy and desserts temperature ranges
  • 304 Stainless Steel body and SKOPE design quality ensure tough durability for back of house duties
  • Reduce costs with cutting-edge power economy
  • Experience peace of mind with a natural refrigerant that has virtually no impact on the environment
  • Easy-to-service refrigeration cartridge system
  • Premium-look contemporary design promotes usability and modern working environment for staff
  • GN Compatible - fits GN 1/1 trays
  • GEMS compliant
  • Best suited to: Restaurants / Cafes, Clubs / Pubs / Bars, Quick Service Restaurants, Hospitality / Venues, Accommodation, Schools, Medical / Aged Care
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 1290 W x 700 D x 855 H (mm)
  • Doors: 2
  • Door Type: Self-closing, lockable, solid swing doors
  • Shelves: 2 per door - 1 adjustable, 1 floor mounted
  • Material: 304 AISI stainless steel interior and exterior
  • Gross Volume (Litres): 248
  • Total Floor Area (m2): 0.9
  • Weight (kg): 112
  • Refrigeration Unit: Self-Contained
  • Temperature Range: -21°C to -18°C (adjustable with SKOPE-connect -26°C to -12°C)
  • Max Ambient Temperature: 40°C
  • Refrigerant: R290 / 90g (natural refrigerant)
  • GEMS Class: 5L1
  • GEMS Energy Consumption (kWh/24h): 7.27
  • GEMS Annual Running Costs: $621 p.a. (@ $0.30/kWh)
  • kW: 0.96
  • Current Draw (Amps): 4.0 (includes unit 2.0)
  • Electrical Safety Climate Class: 5
  • Interior Lighting: 1 x 400mm, 4W LED light (door activated)
  • Controller: SCS Connect (SKOPE-connect compatible)
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth® wireless technology
  • Refrigeration System: Side mounted, integral, removable freezer cartridge (ULKDNI-0023)
  • Power Cord: Supplied with 2m, 10 Amp plug and lead
  • Power Supply: 220-240 Volts a.c. 50 Hz, single phase supply
Options
  • Door Lock Kit
  • Extra Shelf & Clips (per level)
  • Flat S/S Benchtop
  • GN 1/1 Pan
  • GN Runners (1 pair)
  • GN Slide Kit (2 levels)
Pricing and Availability

Description Part No. Stock Region Cabinet Type External Finish Internal Finish Refrigeration Unit Door Type Door One Door Two Mounting
2 DR SOLID UNDERBENCH FREEZER RF7UBF2-SCLH-SD Aust/NZ/Fiji Freezer 304 Stainless 304 Stainless Left Solid Left Hand Right Hand Castors and Legs

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