SUMMIT brings true convenience to small kitchen spaces with the SCFF1537BSS, a 15" wide fully frost-free all-freezer.
The SCFF1537BSS is front-breathing for built-in use under counters, but also features a fully finished black cabinet to allow freestanding use. The user reversible door is fully wrapped in stainless steel and a factory installed lock offers keyed security.
Inside, the SCFF1537BSS is fully frost-free to minimize user maintenance, with slide-out chrome shelves that can be adjusted to accommodate a variety of items. Recessed LED lighting provides an elegant and efficient display inside the 2.4 cu.ft. interior. This unit includes a digital thermostat in the kickplate for easy and intuitive temperature control. This model is ETL-S listed to NSF-7 standards for commercial use.
With a uniquely slim size and user-friendly features, the SCFF1537BSS is the ideal freezer for space-challenged homes or commercial establishments. This unit can be paired with the matching FF1538BSS all-refrigerator as a side-by-side set or combined with our StackRack.
||Make the best use of space by installing your appliance under the counter
||ETL-S listed to NSF-7 Standards for use in commercial establishments
|Factory installed lock
||Keyed security on the door
||Eliminates the need to manually defrost the interior
||Electronic controls for precise temperature management.
||Temperature readout can be shown in Celsius or Fahrenheit
||Gentle illumination with an on/off switch
|Adjustable chrome shelves
||Rearrange interior space to accommodate all sizes or remove shelves for simple cleanup
||Space saving design
|Stainless steel door
||Fully wrapped in stainless steel for a professional look
|Open door alarm
||Audible alarm will sound if the door is left ajar for over a minute
||User-reversible door swing
|Matching refrigerator available
||Combine with the FF1538BSS all-refrigerator for a matching set
|Fully finished black cabinet
||Allows the unit to be used freestanding
|100% CFC Free
||Environmentally friendly design with no ozone-damaging chemicals