Commercially approved for use in foodservice establishments
•Generous capacity holds up to 60 6-packs of cans or 14 12-packs of beer bottles
•23 inch depth for an easy fit behind the bar
•Stainless steel lid offers a professional look
Summit Commercial offers a quality line of back bar storage for bars, restaurants, and other foodservice establishments. The SCFR100MAN is a beer cooler designed to hold up to 60 six-packs of cans or 14 twelve-packs of beer bottles inside the manual defrost interior. Sized at just 23 inches deep, it's ideal for back bar use. This unit features a stainless steel lid and white cabinet. The SCFR100MAN is UL-S listed to NSF-7 commercial standards.
- Commercially approved : UL-S listed to NSF-7 standards for use in foodservice establishments
- 23" depth : Compact depth fits easily behind the bar
- Full capacity : Interior can hold up to 60 6-packs of cans or 14 12-packs of beer bottles (number may vary based on can/bottle size and style)
- Manual defrost operation : Static cooling system
- Interior divider : Removable divider helps customers organize the interior
- Adjustable thermostat : Dial thermostat for easy temperature management
- 100% CFC free : Environmentally friendly design with no ozone-damaging chemicals
|Height of Cabinet
||33.0" (84 cm)
||44.13" (112 cm)
||23.0" (58 cm)
||6.8 cu.ft. (193 L)
|US Electrical Safety
||115 V AC/60 Hz
||120.0 lbs. (54 kg)
||125.0 lbs. (57 kg)
|Estimated Time to Ship
||3 to 5 days
|Parts & Labor Warranty
Energy Star Rated:
6.8 (cu. ft.)
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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