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SKT1300N-AC 2 Glass Door Display or Storage Fridge, Lit Sign

Model ID: SKT1300N-AC

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SKT1300N-AC 2 Glass Door Display or Storage Fridge, Lit Sign

Model ID: SKT1300N-AC

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Features & Benefits
  • Customize your fridge to suit your space – add shelf lights or stainless steel shelves for a premium look
  • Door options - solid doors, heated glass doors to prevent condensation in hot environments, Gen-3 series look
  • Save time restocking with 80 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
  • Increase visibility instore by displaying your graphics on a customizable lit sign panel at the top of the fridge
  • Best suited to: Restaurants / Cafes, Clubs / Pubs / Bars, Quick Service Restaurants, Convenience / Petrol / Supermarkets, Hospitality / Venues, Accommodation, Schools, Medical / Aged Care
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 1480 W x 745 D x 2200 H (mm)
  • Doors: 2
  • Door Type: Glass / Solid
  • Material: Powdercoat galvanised steel or stainless steel interior & exterior
  • Gross Volume (Litres): 1310
  • Total Floor Area (m2): 1.10
  • Weight (kg): 273
  • 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): 4.43
  • GEMS Annual Running Costs: $486 p.a. (@ $0.30/kWh)
  • kW: 0.72
  • Current Draw (Amps): 3.0 (includes unit 2.6)
  • Electrical Safety Climate Class: 5
  • Interior Lighting: 3 x 1400mm, 15W LED
  • Sign Lighting: 1 x 1400mm, 15W LED
  • Controller: SCS Connect (SKOPE-connect compatible)
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth® wireless technology
  • Refrigeration System: Top mounted, integral, removable ActiveCore refrigeration unit (UTHCNI-0010)
  • Power Cord: Supplied with 2.3m, 10 Amp plug and lead
  • Power Supply: 220-240 Volts a.c. 50 Hz, single phase supply
Options
  • Remote
  • Black exterior/black interior finish
  • Stainless Steel Finish
  • White exterior/white interior finish
  • Other Colour Within Available SKOPE Range
  • Barrel Door Locks
  • Branded Decals Print (Sign & Sides)
  • Extra Shelf & Clips
  • Gen-3 Series Look
  • Glass Viewing Panel to Sides
  • Gravity Matting
  • Internal LED Lighting (for Solid Doors)
  • Internal Shelf Lighting
  • Merchandising Strips
  • Passthrough (Solid Doors)
  • Plinth Mounting
  • S/S Shelves per Cabinet
  • Solid Doors
  • Tropical Heated Glass
Pricing and Availability

This product is made to order, contact us now for lead time and pricing

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