Atlas Metal Industries WH-6 Electric Drop In Hot Well/Steam Table-6 wells- wet or dry
Atlas Metal Industries WH-6
Mfg.: Atlas Metal Industries
Model: Atlas Metal Industries WH-6
PLEASE NOTE: There is a 1-2 week lead time on this item. Fully insulated to retain heat - protects fixtures and saves energy.
Open bain marie construction
Factory applied gasket - makes installation a snap and seals units to the counter tio, thus eliminationg seepage.
Can be used with standard 12"W X 20"D pans, or fractinal size pans with the use of adaptor bars.
NSF certified, UL and CSA recognized
The WH series hot pan is a versatile, electrically heated drop-in serving unit that can be used as an open bain marie or with standard 12"W X 20"D steam table pans. The pan construction enables the unit to be used either wet or dry. Its stainless steel inner liner is free of all obstructions for ease of cleaning.
The pans is fully insulated and provided with a factory applied gasket so that it can be installed in the finest wood fixtures, without marring the counter top. All units are furnished with a 3/4" dia drain and are available in 208 or 240 voltages.
This item has many features and benefits including :
The spec sheet reads as follows :
Hot Food Drop-In Well Unit, electric, bain-marie or individual pan, wet or dry type, six-pan size for 12" x 20" pans, control panel w/single thermostatic control, s/s top & inner liner, galvanized outer liner, with fiberglass insulation.
The pan size of this item is 19 7/8"W X 80 1/2"D X 6"H. The flange is 24"W X 84 3/4"D. Included is a 3/4" diameter drain and seperator channels.
|Manufacturer:||Atlas Metal Industries|
|Powered by:||208/240 volts|
|Shipped from Restaurant Equipment warehouses in|
Miami, FL 33169
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