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Summit Low Temperature Freezer VT125

Summit Low Temperature Freezer VT125
Summit Low Temperature Freezer VT125
SKU: VT125
Mfg Number:
Capacity:
12.0 cu.ft.
Color:
White
Dimensions:
35.0" x 46.0" x 29.0"
Defrost:
Manual
Door:
White
Price: $1,550.40
 

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    SUMMIT's low temperature laboratory series features fully featured freezers capable of reaching -30 deg C (-22 deg F).

    The VT125 is a commercially approved chest freezer with 12 cu.ft. of storage capacity. Designed for optimum temperature performance, it can safely hold vaccines, pharmaceuticals, and even frozen foods under stable conditions with manual defrost operation. A digital thermostat includes easy electronic controls for precise temperature management and a battery-powered thermometer is installed to provide the most accurate temperature readout. The thermometer includes an audible alarm to warn of any high or low variations in temperature.

    Corner protectors help to protect the unit's exterior from bumps or dents and counterbalanced hinges provide an easy lift on the lid. A front lock is included for added security.

    Specification
    • Height: 35.0''
    • Width: 46.0''
    • Depth: 29.0''
    • Capacity: 12.0 cu.ft.
    • Shipping Weight: 175.0 lbs.
    • US Electrical Safety: UL
    • Energy Usage/Year: 298.0 kWh/year
    • Defrost Type: Manual
    • Parts/Labor Warranty: 1 Year
    • Compressor Warranty: 5 Years
    • Sanitation: UL-S
    Chest freezer with generous 12 c.f. storage capacity
    Commercially approved for use in food service establishments
    Factory installed lock provides security you can count on
    Precise temperature control with a digital thermostat
    Capable of operating at -30 degrees C for long-term food preservation and safe storage of pharmaceuticals
    Temperature alarm included on thermostat with external readout