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ADA compliant 20" wide commercial all-freezer for built-in use, manual defrost with a lock and traceable thermometer
SUMMIT’s medical grade PLUS freezers come fully featured for temperature safe performance.
The FS407LBI7PLUSADA is a 20" wide all-freezer designed for built-in installation under lower ADA compliant counters. This manual defrost unit features four removable interior drawers with clear fronts, ideal for keeping contents cold when the door is opened. The door includes a top-mounted keyed lock and a traceable thermometer that displays the current and high/low temperatures. A hospital grade cord offers additional safety in high traffic areas.
The FS407LBI7PLUSADA is ETL-S listed to NSF-7 commercial standards and can be paired with the matching FF511LBI7PLUSADA all-refrigerator. Designed for built-in use, it can also be used freestanding.
32" high to fit under lower ADA compliant counters
Slim 20" width
Full 4.1 cu.ft. capacity inside conveniently slim footprint
ETL-S listed to NSF standards for commercial use
Make the best use of space by installing your appliance under the counter
Fully finished white cabinet
Allows the unit to be used freestanding
Factory installed lock
Top-mounted for convenient security
Thermometer provides external readout of current and high/low temperatures
Hospital grade cord with 'green dot' plug
Secure three-pronged cord for added unit safety
Four clear baskets for convenient and separated storage
Efficient performance with reliable temperature stability
Low temperature capability ideal for certain sensitive items
Rear mounted to prevent accidental adjustments
100% CFC Free
Environmentally friendly design with no ozone-damaging chemicals