625 Can Single Zone Beer Fridge with Glass Door. There is no better way to cool and display your favorite beverages than an upright beer fridge with a beautiful glass door. This 625 can capacity cooler KBU-170BX is big on features but low on price. It is the best value on the market for your bar, restaurant, or game room.
With the move to Embraco Inverter compressor, we have partnered with an innovator in the compressor industry, the result is a quiet cooler with quality, stability, durability, and energy efficiency.
- This large beer fridge includes a high-quality, quiet compressor that provides vibration-free cooling.
- The commercial-grade compressor is designed to be highly efficient and provide a long service life, satisfying your cooling needs for years to come.
- Manufactured with a premium digital temperature controller with automatic defrosting control mode and energy-saving management.
- The state of the art fan-circulated air-cooling system blows and distributes chilled air throughout the cabinet to ensure temperature uniformity in the entire cooler.
- The unique, front-venting heat dispersion system allows each unit to be built into cabinetry with minimal clearance, saving your valuable space, and requiring less customization.
- Includes eight chromed shelves that are adjustable to fit any bottle or can size and meet your unique storage needs.
- Interior LED lights are long-lived and energy-efficient to provide you cheap, reliable illumination.
- The beer fridge glass door is made with gas-charged, tempered safety glass to display your stock beautifully while retaining a cooler temperature.
- Built with a sturdy security lock that comes with a spare key to protect your stock.
|Capacity||336 Bottles (12 oz) or 625 Cans
|Installation||Built-In or Freestanding|
|Dimensions||23.5"W x 27"D x 71.8"H|
|Single Temperature Zone||39-64°F|
|Controls||One-touch LED Digital|
|Frame Color/Material||Black Metal|
|Anti-UV Ray Treatment||Yes|
|Shelf Material||Chrome Metal|
|Interior Light||Blue LED Lighting|
2 Years Parts and Labor