|Shipping Weight||188.0 lbs.|
|Parts & Labor Warranty||1 Year|
|Compressor Warranty||5 Years|
|Temperature Range||-5 to 5°F|
This product qualifies for next day delivery to select areas within our trucking radius and may be shipped next day after order for nationwide customers.
This unit meets NSF standards and is designed for commercial use. It complies with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) standards for commercial energy usage, but may not meet DOE household standards. For information on its commercial sanitation listing, see Specifications.
DISCONTINUED- REPLACED BY SCF1312DT
35" H x 40" W x 25" D
- Commercially approved for use in foodservice establishments
- Generous 21 inch interior depth allows for tub stacking
- Features include pre-mounted casters and a lock
- Flat top sliding glass lids offer prime visibility of stored products
WHERE TO BUY
SUMMIT's premium line of commercial freezers is built by Metalfrio with full features and superior construction. The SCF1090 is 40" wide with an extra deep 21" interior. Flat sliding glass lids are made from tempered anti-fogging safety glass for prime visibility, with reinforced corners for added durability. The interior is constructed from enamel steel, with a cold wall copper evaporator for long-term service with no leakage. Sturdy casters are pre-installed for smooth mobility and easy cleaning. A lock and drain are standard. This unit is designed to operate between -5 and 5ºF. With deluxe design and deep capacity, SUMMIT's SCF series of commercially approved storage freezers offer prime storage conditions with trusted operation.
UL and UL-S Listed for use in foodservice establishments
9 c.f. capacity holds up to 10 tubs
Flat top sliding glass lid
Anti-fog tempered glass provides a clear view of stored products
Keep contents secure with a factory-installed lock
Heavy duty rollers allow for easy mobility and convenient cleanup
Static cooling system for improved temperature stability; temperature range: -5 to 5ºF
100% CFC free
Environmentally friendly design without ozone-damaging chemicals