Cabinet Construction Exterior construction includes heavy-duty stainless steel finish on front, sides, top, door(s) and grille. Removable hood and insulated lid assembly are made of matching stainless steel. Cabinet back and bottom are constructed of galvanized steel. Interior liner is made of anodized aluminum for superior resistance to corrosion.
Doors are mounted to face of cabinet on gravity hinges, permitting them to self close under their own wieght. Hinges also allow doors to stay open 120 degrees and permit easy door removal for service and cleaning if required. A plug in type vinyl magnetic gasket is attached to each door for positive seal. Door handle is made from extruded aluminum with a black anodized finish. It is contoured to permit easy opening of doors with fingers from both top and bottom of handle.
Cabinet insulation is CFC free foamed-in-place polyurethane of two-inch minimum thickness. Six-inch casters, 2 with brakes, are standard. An 8' cord set is provided with 115-volt models.
Included Accessories Cutting board supplied with cabinet is 10" wide, and constructed of high density, white polyethylene plastic. It is readily removable for cleaning. Two epoxy-coated steel wire shelves are supplied behind each door. Shelves are adjustable in 1/2" increments. Pans furnished are 4" deep and made of polycarbonate plastic.
Drawer Construction Drawer frames are constructed of heavy duty 12-gauge stainless steel and are supported on heavy duty telescoping drawer slides for maximum support of stored food product. Slides have locking mechanism to prevent from drawers being pulled off the cabinets. Upper pull-out drawers accommodate 6" deep pans. Lower pull-out drawers accommodate two 4" deep pans. Heavy duty pan divider supports are supplied. Foodservice pans are included. A snap type vinyl magnetic gasket is attached to each drawer for positive seal.
Refrigeration More robust refrigeration system provides capacity and efficiency. Systems are designed using CFC free R134a refrigerant and capillary tube between condenser and evaporator. Recirculated, forced air from evaporator is moved under pans, which are recessed 2" from top of cabinet. Forced air over the condenser is drawn through grilles under door(s) as well as the back and bottom of cabinet. Automatic condensate evaporator is provided to eliminate the need for floor drains.