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Master-Bilt MBR23-SH 27.5" Fusion Two Solid Half Door S/S Reach-In Cooler 23cf

Master-Bilt |  Model: MBR23-SH

Master-Bilt 27.5 Fusion Two Solid Half Door S/S Reach-In Cooler 23cf - MBR23-SH

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Item: 27.5" Fusion Two Solid Half Door S/S Reach-In Cooler 23cf



  • Fusion reach-in refrigerator
  • One section
  • 23.0 cubic feet
  • (2) hinged solid half-doors with handles
  • (4) adjustable heavy duty vinyl-coated shelves
  • Stainless steel interior & exterior
  • Digital thermometer
  • Bottom mount compressor
  • 4" casters
  • 32 to 40F operating temperature
  • 3/8 hp
  • 115v/60/1-ph, 7.5 amps, 9.8' cord
  • NEMA 5-15P
  • UL, cUL, ETL Sanitation
  • Warranty

    Three year parts and labor warranty

    Five year compressor party warranty

Manufacturer Information


Power Information

115 volts


306 lbs.
27.5 in.
33 in.
83.75 in.

Shipping Information

Your order will be shipped from
New Albany, MS 38652

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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.
UL Classified Listed
UL Classified Listed and ANSI/NSF requirements met
This product is further certified by the UL certification agency for safety and structural integrity as well as enviromental and public health standards and complies with ANSI/NSF regulations.
ETL Listed
ETL listed
This product is ETL listed and has been been found to meet minimum requirements for product safety, is produced in a facility that meets compliance measures, and is subject to period inspection.
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.