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HB80-2 1 Glass Door Compact Display Fridge

Model ID: HB80-2

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HB80-2 1 Glass Door Compact Display Fridge

Model ID: HB80-2

This affordable, energy efficient compact countertop glass door display fridge has been designed to suit your everyday needs at a low cost.

Features & Benefits
  • Compact countertop glass door display fridge for quick and easy storage
  • Plumbing free design
  • Long life low noise compressor for quieter operation
  • Toughened safety glass door
  • Built to last
  • Best suited to: Restaurants / Cafes, Clubs / Pubs / Bars, Quick Service Restaurants, Convenience / Petrol / Supermarkets, Hospitality / Venues, Accommodation, Schools, Medical / Aged Care
Performance
  • MEPS Category: M2
  • MEPS Efficiency (kWh/24h/m2) @ Climate Class 3: 7.41
  • TEC (kWh/24h) @ Climate Class 3: 3.06
  • Total Display Area (m2): 0.20m2
  • Refrigerant / Charge: R600a, 26g
  • Electrical Power (kW): 0.26
  • Current draw (Amps): 0.9
  • 10 Amp 3 pin plug
Pricing and Availability
Description Part No. Stock External Finish
HB80-JAL LED R600A LOCK WHITE HSC80JAL/Z558LCK No Stock White

Product Overview

Category
General Display
Series
Serene Series
Refrigeration Type
Fridge
Unit Type
Self Contained, Bottom
Dimensions
500 W x 560 D x 770 H (mm)
Temperature Range
1°C to 4°C in 32°C ambient
Gross Volume
80 Litres
Floor Area
0.28m2

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