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Hoshizaki CRMR60 17.55cuft Two Door Worktop Reach-In Refrigerator

Hoshizaki |  Model: CRMR60

Hoshizaki 17.55cuft Two Door Worktop Reach-In Refrigerator - CRMR60

Sale Price: $2,157.94
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Hoshizaki CRMR60 Specifications

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Item: 17.55cuft Two Solid Door Worktop Reach-In Refrigerator

Model: CRMR60


Standard Features:
  • Two-Section

  • Self-contained Refrigeration system

  • Stainless steel exterior front, sides & top

  • Anodized aluminum interior sides and back with stainless steel interior floor

  • Two adjustable shelves

  • Solid hinged door

  • Front breathing air flow design

  • Cabinet and doors are insulated with 2" of CFC free, foamed in place polyurethane

  • Spring assisted self-closing doors with stay open feature

  • Exclusive "stepped" door design to protect door gasket

  • Removable magnetic door gasket for easy cleaning

  • Automatic defrost

  • Enamel coated evaporator coil

  • Field reversible doors(without kit)

  • Four 4" stem casters (2 with brakes)

Warranty:

  • Three (3) year parts and labor warranty

  • Five (5) year compressor warranty


Manufacturer Information

Hoshizaki
Hoshizaki
CRMR60

Power Information

115 volts

Dimensions

268 lbs.
60 in.
30 in.
34 in.

Shipping Information

Your order will be shipped from
Peachtree City, GA 30269
Miami, FL 33168

Customer Pick Up

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NSF Listed
NSF Approved
This product meets National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) standards for public safety & environmental factors with regards to design, manufacture, operation, and labeling.
UL Listed
UL Listed
This product is UL listed by the UL certification agency which means it meets safety and structural integrity standards for use in food service operations.
Energy Star Certified
Energy Start Certified
This product has been certified by a joint agency program supported by Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for energy efficiency.