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BME600N-AC 1 Glass Door Display or Storage Fridge, Lit Sign

Model ID: BME600N-AC

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BME600N-AC 1 Glass Door Display or Storage Fridge, Lit Sign

Model ID: BME600N-AC

ActiveCore 2: power and durability from a single glass door commercial display fridge. Bottom mount design prioritizes 584 litres of eye-level display space with a lightbox for custom graphics.

Features & Benefits
  • Increase visibility instore by displaying your graphics on a customizable lit sign panel at the top of the fridge
  • The bottom mount configuration drives sales by displaying more product at eye-level
  • Save time restocking with 45 product facings (600ml PET bottle)
  • Reduce power bills and boost your environmental credentials with market-leading natural refrigerant technology that has virtually no impact on the environment
  • Minimize waste and maximize ROI with the SKOPE-connect commercial fridge management app built into every ActiveCore 2 fridge
  • Reduce display fridge repair costs and business downtime with the ActiveCore interchangeable refrigeration system for safe, streamlined servicing
  • Designed and tested for hot commercial environments of up to 40°C
  • GEMS compliant
  • Best suited to: Restaurants / Cafes, Clubs / Pubs / Bars, Quick Service Restaurants, Convenience / Petrol / Supermarkets, Hospitality / Venues, Accommodation, Schools, Medical / Aged Care
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 740 W x 795 D x 2195 H (mm)
  • Doors: 1
  • Door Type: Glass
  • Shelves: 6
  • Material: Powdercoat galvanised steel
  • Gross Volume (Litres): 584
  • Total Floor Area (m2): 0.63
  • Weight (kg): 185
  • Refrigeration Unit: Self-Contained
  • Temperature Range: 1°C to 4°C (adjustable with SKOPE-connect 1°C to 15°C)
  • Max Ambient Temperature: 40°C
  • Refrigerant: R290 / 99g (natural refrigerant)
  • GEMS Class: 3M1
  • GEMS Energy Consumption (kWh/24h): 2.32
  • GEMS Annual Running Costs: $254 p.a. (@0.30/kWh)
  • kW: 0.70
  • Current Draw (Amps): 2.9 (includes unit 2.6)
  • Electrical Safety Climate Class: 5
  • Interior Lighting: 1 x 1370mm, 15W LED
  • Sign Lighting: 1 x 670mm, 7W LED
  • Controller: SCS Connect (SKOPE-connect compatible)
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth® wireless technology
  • Refrigeration System: Bottom Mounted, integral, removable ActiveCore refrigeration unit (UBHCNI-008)
  • Power Cord: Supplied with 2.0m, 10 Amp plug and lead
  • Power Supply: 220-240 Volts a.c. 50Hz, single phase supply
Options
  • Black exterior/White interior finish
  • White exterior/white interior finish
  • Branded Decals Print (Sign, Sides & Kick Panel)
  • Gravity Matting
  • Merchandising Strips
Pricing and Availability

Description Part No. Stock External Finish Internal Finish Illuminated Sign Panel Lighting
BME600N-AC LED SIGN 5 SHF WHT SM60BYN/W0318 White White Yes LED Lights

Listed prices are ex-warehouse and do not include local freight and taxes. Listed Warranty terms apply in Australia and NZ only. SKOPE funding is only available to Australian and NZ customers. For full details of your local terms and conditions speak to your local SKOPE representative.

Timing is Everything

Short Term Rental Now Available on the Model*

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