Blizzard TOP1500EN Refrigerated Topping Unit

£437.08 ex VAT £524.50 inc VAT

RRP £820.80

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Overview

Why Buy the Blizzard TOP1500EN Refrigerated Topping Unit?

Organise ingredients so that they're within easy reach with the Blizzard TOP1500EN Refrgierated Topping Unit. Designed to sit comfortably on existing work surfaces, the fully stainless steel topping unit creates the perfect space to house a range of fresh ingredients that are in constant demand. Accepting five 1/3 gastronorm pans and 1/2 gastronorm, there's plenty of room for a selection of most used produce.

To guarantee that prepared foods remain as fresh as possible during service, the TOP1500EN features a hinged stainless steel lid to provide cover and ensure food safety. With a temperature range of 2°C to 8°C you can be sure that dishes are always kept in optimum condition.

Features of the Blizzard TOP1500EN Topping Unit

  • Countertop positioned
  • Stainless steel interior and exterior
  • Hinged stainless steel lid
  • Accepts gastronorm pans up to 150mm deep (not included)
  • Dixell controller
  • Static cooling
  • Manual defrost

Specifications of the TOP1500EN Refrigerated Gastronorm Topping Unit

  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 281 x 1500 x 395 mm
  • Holds 5 x 1/3 GN pans + 1/2 GN
  • Temperature range: 2°C to 8°C
  • Power: 110W, 13A supply
  • Refrigerant R600a
  • Noise level 46dB
  • Weight: 72kg

Warranty

A 12 month parts and labour warranty is supplied as standard.

Specification list

Units: metric | imperial
SKU TOP1500EN
Defrost Manual
Temperature 2C to 8C
Interior Finish Stainless steel
Exterior Finish Stainless steel
Height (mm) 435
Width (mm) 1500
Depth (mm) 395
GN Capacity 6 x 1/3 GN (not included)
Warranty 12 months parts and labour
KW per hour Unknown
Noise (dB) Unknown

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