Turbo Air - TBC-36SD-GF - 36 3/7 in 1 Lid SS Glass Chiller

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Make beverages even more appealing by serving them inside glasses you’ve stored inside the Turbo Air - TBC-36SD-GF - 36 3/7 inch 1 Lid SS Glass Chiller. Enhanced with CFC-free insulation that keeps cooled temperatures locked in, the TBC-36SD-GF model has a stainless steel exterior, along with internal parts made from galvanized steel. The interior of the Turbo Air 36 3/7 inch 1 Lid SS Glass Chiller (TBC-36SD-GF) offers eight cubic feet of space, which accommodates mugs or steins depending on your needs.

36 3/7 in 1 Lid SS Glass Chiller Features

  • Glass chiller
  • 36 3/4 in (W) x 38 1/4 in (H) x 26 1/2 in (D)
  • 32 3/4 in top section, 18 1/2 in bottom section (L) x 22 3/4 in (D) x 27 1/2 in (H) interior dimensions
  • 4 in (Diam) casters
  • 8 cu/ft capacity
  • -5° to 5°F temperature range
  • 1 sliding heavy gauge stainless steel lid
  • Stainless steel exterior and interior floor with galvanized steel back and interior walls
  • Side mounted, front breathing compressor can be serviced without moving the unit
  • Self-contained system
  • High density foamed-in-place CFC free polyurethane insulation
  • Automatically maintained temperature system, no knobs, dials, or buttons
  • (2) 10mm pure grade polyethylene coated adjustable bin dividers provided
  • 115V/60Hz/1-Ph, 4.0A, 1/4 HP
  • 8 1/2 ft (L) power cable with NEMA 5-15P
  • NSF, ETL, cETL
  • 3 year parts and labor warranty
  • 5 year compressor warranty
  • Door Type: Solid
  • Cabinet Access: Door
  • No. of Doors: 1 Door

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    My space is limited..can this be used as a food freezer?
    Asked on 9/21/2016 by rhonda from OH - Ohio

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      This unit has a temperature range of -5 to 5 degrees F so you would need to keep it on the very low end if you wanted to keep food frozen in this.

      Answered on 9/22/2016 by Steve from Boulder
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