SUMMIT's selection of built-in undercounter beverage coolers combines user-friendly convenience with elegant style for an ideal fit in any commercial setting.
The SCR1841IF is an 18" wide beverage cooler built to UL Commercial Standard 471. Sized at 32" high, it is designed to fit under lower ADA compliant counters. The front-breathing system allows built-in installation under counters, while the fully finished black cabinet also allows freestanding use. This unit features a reversible door with an integrated stainless steel frame designed to accept custom overlay panels (panel size: 17 1/2" W x 27 3/4" H). Users provide their own handle.
Beverages can be stored on four adjustable chrome shelves in the auto defrost interior, with attractive LED lighting providing an elegant display. The digital thermostat offers intuitive temperature management.
Fully featured and perfectly sized, the SCR1841IFADA is a fitting solution for any ADA compliant commercial setting.
NOTE: This unit has a reversible door swing, but ships with a hinge kit designed specifically for right hand or left hand door swings. If you are planning on reversing the door from right to left, please specify that you will need an LHD hinge kit upon order.
||32" height is designed to fit under lower ADA compliant counters
||Complies with UL Standard 471
||Make the best use of space by installing your appliance under the counter
|Fully finished black cabinet
||Allows the unit to be used freestanding
|Integrated door frame
||Stainless steel door frame accepts full overlay panels for users to create a seamless custom look (panel size: 17 1/2" W x 27 3/4" H)
||Reduced maintenance with auto defrost system
|| 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
|100% CFC Free
||Environmentally friendly design with no ozone-damaging chemicals