Milk Cooler - Single Access, Forced Air, 13.3 Cu. Ft.
Store Milk and Keep it Cool While Allowing for Self-Service
Single access forced air unit features your choice of White-coated steel exterior with galvanized steel or stainless steel interior, or stainless steel exterior and interior. Stainless steel drop front doors and flip-up tops. Bottom drain. Self-latching door with lock. Includes epoxy-coated floor rack. Swivel casters standard, two with brake. 8' cord and plug included. 120V. 1/6 HP. 34"Wx335/8"Dx467/8"H. 343 lbs.
- Forced air
- Single access
- Exterior dial thermometer
- Holds +36°F to +40°F
- Holds (8) 13"x13" crates
THREE YEAR PARTS AND LABOR, SEVEN YEAR COMPRESSOR WARRANTY
This Product Ranks 17 Out Of 39 In Milk Coolers.
|Cord & Plug:||8'|
|Exterior:||White or Stainless|
|Interior:||Galvanized or Stainless|
|Temp Range:||+36°F to +40°F|
Frequently Asked Questions
Where are Beverage Air products manufactured?
- All Beverage Air products, including this SMF34HC-1-S, are made in the USA
What is the difference between a cold wall and forced air milk cooler?
- Cold Wall Milk Coolers utilize a cold-wall evaporator where tubes are installed directly into interior walls of the unit. The cooling is then even spread through all walls of the unit, providing a cold box. This method of cooling is well-suited for tightly packed storage of product.Forced Air Milk Coolers are powered by a fan mounted inside of the unit. The unit worked similarly to a window air conditioner unit where the fan vents out the back of the cooler. Inside the cooler, the fans circulate air over an evaporator coil which removes the heat from the air and cools the units and contents inside.