ARXE42 in by Alfresco in Norwalk, CT - Built-In Under Grill Refrigerator

Built-In Under Grill Refrigerator

Alfresco ARXE42

Features

  • Alfresco ARXE-42 7.25 Cu. Ft. Built-In Under-Grill Refrigerator
  • All stainless steel construction inside and out
  • Two marinating drawers each with removable s/s NSF food pan
  • Certified to NSF standards (National Sanitation Foundation)

Quick Specs

  • Type: Specialty
  • Width: 44.688"
  • Height: 24.188"
  • Depth: 23.125"
  • Energy Star Rated: No
  • Refrigerator Size: 7.25 (cu. ft.)
  • Icemaker: No
  • Dispenser: No
  • Sabbath Mode: No
  • WiFi Connected: No

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The Alfresco ARXE-42 7.25 Cu. Ft. Built-In Under-Grill Refrigerator's restaurant-inspired design offers great ergonomics and versatility. The door section features adjustable stainless steel wire shelf. The two-drawer section is designed for marinating and includes removable NSF food pans.

Features

  • Alfresco ARXE-42 7.25 Cu. Ft. Built-In Under-Grill Refrigerator
  • All stainless steel construction inside and out
  • Two marinating drawers each with removable s/s NSF food pan
  • Certified to NSF standards (National Sanitation Foundation)
  • 1,000 BTU all-weather refrigeration system for deep cooling
  • Temperatures uniquely adjustable from 27 to 56 degrees F
  • Commercial fan-driven fin evaporator cooling inside
  • Fully front breathing
  • Commercial polyurethane shot-in-place foam insulation
  • Flash recovery system quickly cools internal temperature
  • User-friendly digital control with lighted display
  • Door-activated internal lighting

Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

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