Cecilware - FE75N - 3 Gallon Single Automatic Coffee Urn

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Because the Cecilware - FE75N - 3 Gallon Single Automatic Coffee Urn can brew up to 18 gallons of coffee per hour, it is an excellent solution for high-volume needs in your foodservice facility. Furthermore, the FE75N is a compact product that does not take up too much room in a busy kitchen. There are two spouts on the urn that make it easy to swiftly fill containers of a fresh brew. In addition, the Cecilware 3 Gallon Single Automatic Coffee Urn (FE75N) has a coffee strength adjuster to cater to different tastes.

3 Gallon Single Automatic Coffee Urn Features

  • Automatic Coffee Urn
  • 28 1/2 in (H) x 21 1/2 in (W) x 17 1/2 in (Depth)
  • Single 3 gal capacity
  • Brews in 1 lb batches
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Adjustable by-pass
  • Automatic push button agitator
  • Cycle stop switch
  • Side mounted control panel
  • Solid state timer and new liquid level control system
  • 1/4 in water line required
  • Please specify voltage when ordering
  • 120V/208V/60Hz/26A/5,300W/1-Ph
  • 120V/240V/60Hz/29A/7,000W/1-Ph
  • Please call if requesting 3-Ph as price may vary
  • ETL listed
  • NSF certified
  • One year parts and labor warranty
  • Capacity: 3 gal
  • Width: 21.5 in

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  • Q:

    can the 240v model be converted for use with 110v?

    I saw a Cecilware - FE75N for sale used but it's the 240V model. I don't want to run a 240v line for it. Is it just a matter of replacing the heater element or are there other components that need replacing or can it just be a matter of rewiring?
    Asked on 4/6/2014 by Anonymous

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    • A:

      According to Cecilware, this unit is not UL approved for 120V. It is not suggested to be rewired.

      Answered on 6/11/2014 by Kasy Allen from Boulder, CO
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