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Tefcold RF505W Solid Door Freezer

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Product SKU: RF505W

Tefcold
RF505W
2239 kWh/annum
466L Gross Volume
Climate Class 4
30C at 55% RH

Tefcold RF505W Solid Door Freezer 16.46 Cu.Ft. This solid door freezer from Tefcold has fan assisted cooling, fitted castors, lock fitted, digital temperature display, auto defrost, adjustable shelving and reversible door. Suitable for use in ambient temperatures up to 38oC. Temperature range: -18C to -24C. Includes 24 months manufacturers parts warranty.

Brand: Tefcold
- Condition: New

Additional Information

SKU RF505W
Door(s) 1 Solid Hinged
Temperature -18C to -24C
Interior Finish Stainless steel
Exterior Finish White
Height (mm) 2010
Width (mm) 680
Depth (mm) 710
Litres Capacity 465
Cubic Foot 16.46 cubic foot
Shelves 3 adjustable
Lock Yes
Remote No
Warranty 24 months parts only
Dual Zones No
Climate Class 4
Energy Efficiency Class D
Gross Internal Volume (Litres) 466
kWh/24hr 6.13
kWh/annum 2239
Max Ambient 30C at 55% RH
Net Usable Volume (Litres) 313

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