Yacht wine storage FR90W

yacht wine storage
yacht wine storage
yacht wine storage
yacht wine storage
yacht wine storage
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Wine cellar with standard dimensions. The wine cellar mod. FR90W is a refrigerator for bottles with glass door and special shelves Its design is compact and functional, the internal capacity is 90Lt and it’s organized with 4 shelves, each supporting 4 bottles (total 16 bottles). The door has thermal insulating glass, inside the cabinet are LED light and mechanical thermostat or, as optional, remote digital thermostat. The compressor 12/24Vdc or 220Vcc is remote. We also recommend to visit the section of standard vertical refrigerators’ optional dedicated to the special sloping shelves for bottles, with these oblique shelves each model can be transformed into a wine cooler. MODEL FR90W - Winecooler capacity 90Lt Refrigerator (+0°C +15°C) with remote compressor. Internal walls in stainless steel 304BA, external front and door in 316SB. The refrigerating unit with forced air-cooled or sea water-cooled compressor 12/24Vdc or 110Vac 60Hz or 220Vac 50 Hz. Customizable with several options. FEATURES CABINET FR90W - W525xD587xH590 capacity of the fridge 90Lt; - Range of temperature from 0°C to +15°C; - External plasticized galvanized metal sheet; - Internal walls in polished stainless steel 304BA; - External front in stainless steel 316SB; - Door in stainless steel 316SB with thermal insulating glass; - Polyurethane foam insulation thickness 45mm; - Condensate drainage connected by ¼ coupling; - Gas expansion by capillary pipe; - N.04 Horizontal stainless steel shelves for bottles, 4 bottles each (16 total bottles); - Mechanical thermostat for temperature control; - External compressor (pipe lenght 2,5m); - Internal led light;


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