1 Class 15" Nugget Ice Machine With Stainless Solid Finish and Field Reversible Door Swing (115 Volts / 60 Hz)

U-Line UHNB115SS01A

Available in 2 Color(s)

Quick Specs

  • Type: Ice Maker
  • Width: 14.938"
  • Height: 33.688"
  • Depth: 22.938"
  • Energy Star Rated: No
  • Refrigerator Size: 30 (cu. ft.)
  • WiFi Connected: No
 
Key Features
  • Industry Leading: Produces up to 90 lb of ice per day
  • Industry Leading: Stores 30 lb of ice
  • Makes cylindrical compressed ice bits approx. 3 4" L x 1 2" H
  • Eco friendly - most efficient type of specialty ice
  • Bright white LED lighting
  • Soft close door with articulating hinge
  • White interior
  • Digital touch pad control with blue LED display
  • Indicator alert notifies user when cleaning is needed
  • Stainless steel handle (7 8" diameter)
  • Easiest nugget ice machine cleaning process in the industry
  • Integrated model requires 3 4" custom door panel and handle (not supplied by U-Line)
  • Field reversible door is shipped right-hand hinged
  • Built-in or freestanding
  • Four adjustable leveling legs
  • Factory installed drain pump model recommended if gravity drain is not accessible

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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