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OD260 Open Deck Fridge

Model ID: OD260

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OD260 Open Deck Fridge

Model ID: OD260

Increase high-margin impulse sales with SKOPE's range of open deck display fridges. Easy access to food and drinks and maximum space to apply your own branding.

Features & Benefits
  • Quick, easy access to food or drinks
  • Increase your high-margin impulse sales
  • Maximum space to apply your own branding
  • Hassle-free, precise temperature control
  • Front access, removable refrigeration system makes servicing a breeze and minimises disruption
  • Best suited to: Restaurants / Cafes, Clubs / Pubs / Bars, Quick Service Restaurants
Performance
  • MEPS Category: M1
  • MEPS Efficiency (kWh/24h/m2) @ Climate Class 3: 10.57
  • TEC (kWh/24h) @ Climate Class 3: 10.719
  • High Efficiency
  • Refrigerant / Charge: R134a, 450g
  • Electrical Power (kW): 0.74
  • Current draw (Amps): 3.2
  • 10 Amp 3 pin plug
Pricing and Availability
Description Part No. Stock External Finish Internal Finish Gravity Feed Shelving Night Blind
OD260 CAB BLACK O26CY/X8999 No Stock Black Black No No

Product Overview

Category
Food Display
Series
Open Deck Series
Refrigeration Type
Fridge
Unit Type
Self Contained, Bottom
Dimensions
650 W x 735 D x 1400 H (mm)
Temperature Range
1°C to 5°C in 25°C ambient
Gross Volume
230 Litres
Floor Area
0.48m2

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