1.8 HP Blast Chiller (fits 10 Trays)

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Item: 46674

Model: BC-IT-0910-T

•Time or core probe control
•Internal glossy finish
•External scotch-brite finish
•60 mm high density polyurethane foam insulation, CFC and HCFC-free
•Core probe included
•Removable grids-rack for easy cleaning
•Air condensation
•Manual defrosting
•Automatic cold holding at the end of cycle

UPC CODE
690207466749
WARRANTY
1 Year Parts and Labor
CERTIFICATIONS
QPS / CE
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
ITALY
GROSS WEIGHT
386 LBS
GROSS DIMENSIONS
33.5 x 33.5 x 73 IN
NEMA
BARE WIRE
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Blast Chillers cool food rapidly by circulating cold air through the unit until temperature falls down to safe levels. These units are designed to quickly lower the temperature of foods to minimize bacterial growth ensuring food down through the danger zone within minutes compared to the hours it takes when stored in a refrigerator. Blast chillers also offer an advantage over traditional freezer by rapid freezing the food which produces fewer and smaller ice crystal resulting with minimal damage to the food. This improves the frozen food's texture once it is reheated. Although they are typically more expensive than traditional refrigerators, they are mostly used in hotels, restaurants, and food operation business.

Available in Canada only.
NUMBER OF TRAYS: 10 (18” x 26”)
COOLING CAPACITY: 32 kg / 3°C | 25 kg / -18 °C
POWER LOADING: 1.355 kW / 1.8HP
COOLING LOADING: 1.559 kW / 2.1HP
MAX POWER LOADING: 1.355 kW / 1.8HP
ELECTRICAL: 220V / 60Hz / 1Ph
AMPS: 6.5
REFRIGERANT: R404A
INTERIOR DIMENSIONS (DWH): 27.6" x 18.5" x 30" | 700 x 470 x 770 mm
DIMENSIONS: 32" x 32" x 66" | 820 x 825 x H 1680 mm
GROSS DIMENSIONS: 33.5" x 33.5" x 73" | 850 x 850 x H 1860 mm
GROSS WEIGHT: 386lbs. | 175 kg

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