SUMMIT brings innovative value into the kitchen with all-in-one combination units for full-service use. Two electric burners, a refrigerator-freezer, sink, and cabinet space create a utility kitchen with easy-fitting dimensions.
The C60EL is our deluxe combination kitchen in a full 60" width. At 24" deep, it leaves you plenty of room to navigate while preparing food on two 120V coil burners.
SUMMIT CT67, one of our most popular compact refrigerator-freezers, slides in under the counter. This unit uses SUMMIT's exclusive dual evaporator cooling, for energy efficiency with quality results. Automatic defrost eases maintenance in the refrigerator section and a manual defrost zero degree freezer keeps even ice cream frozen. Adjustable glass shelves, door storage, and a crisper provide added storage options.
Two cabinets provide ample space for dry storage. This unit includes a stainless steel work surface with a sink and faucet.
Our all-in-one combination kitchens ship fully assembled in two boxes. Just slide the refrigerator in and start serving. Perfect for studio apartments, hotel rooms, dormitories, assisted living facilities, and any other location in need of a full kitchen area at one great price.
|Two electric burners
||120V coil elements for easy cooking
|One piece stainless steel countertop
||Easy to clean and built to last
|Sink and faucet
||Stainless steel sink built into the unit
||Two large cabinets with shelves lets you store dry goods behind a door
||Includes SUMMIT CT67, a refrigerator-freezer with dual evaporator cooling, adjustable glass shelves, a crisper, and more
|Alternate refrigerators and freezers available
||Replace the CT67 with any similarly sized SUMMIT refrigerator (such as the FF7), refrigerator-freezer (including the CT66) or all-freezer (including the frost-free SCFF55). Contact us for details
|Ships fully assembled
||Base model comes in one box. Just slide the refrigerator-freezer into its opening and plug in
|100% CFC free
||Environmentally friendly design without ozone-damaging chemicals