SMC

Milk Counter

  • Top: 16GA Type 304 stainless steel with 2” channel edge, all corners welded,
    ground and polished. Stainless steel channel bracing provided as necessary
  • Frame: 14GA Stainless steel multi-formed, fully welded vertical corner uprights
  • Apron: 18GA S/S, 10” apron welded to framework
  • Casters: 5” Heavy Duty ball bearing swivel casters, (2) with brakes
  • Interlocking Device: As required, quick release latches are provided to join units together
  • Mechanical Refrigeration: Unit is refrigerated to maintain a 38 degree temperature with
    a self contained system and a cold wall surrounding interior liner. Louvered access panels are for proper ventilation.
    5’ long cord & plug included.
  • Cabinet: Fully insulated with 2½” foamed in place polyurethane, includes removable
    insulated covers with lift type handles. Cabinet has 1” O.D. drain with valve.
  • Dispenser: Removable self leveling S/S frame and carrier unit.
  • All Units Include Stainless Steel Undershelf, Front & End Panels
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