Safely store up to 1304 lbs of ice* with this B-1300SS 48" high-capacity ice storage bin! It boasts foamed-in-place polyurethane insulation in all of the bin walls and the bottom of the unit to provide you with maximum ice preservation. The B-1300SS features a durable Stainless Steel exterior cabinet with a seamless, easy to clean, polyethylene bin liner. This model comes Standard with 6" Die-Cast Legs and a Hinged bottom bin door & top view windows. 3/4" FPT drain. The unit is ETL Verified, NSF and includes a Five Years: Parts & Labor warranty. *Capacity based on 41.2 ft3 x 30lbs/ft3 average density of ice
- Dimensions: 48" W x 41" D x 66" H
- Stores up to 1304 lbs of ice
- Capacity based on 41.2 ft3 x 30lbs/ft3 average density of ice
- Durable and easy to clean Stainless Steel exterior
- Polyethylene bin liner for sanitary ice storage
- Foamed-in-place polyurethane insulation
- Protected by H-GUARD Plus Antimicrobial Agent
- For top-mounted ice maker, top kits sold separately (See spec sheet for details)
- Hinged bottom bin door & top view windows
- Comes with 82 oz. scoop protected with H-GUARD Plus Antimicrobial Agent
- Standard with 6" Die-Cast Legs
- Optional: Four, 6" Stainless Steel Legs - LP-6 LEG
- 3/4" FPT drain
- 365 lbs
- Five Years: Parts & Labor warranty
||48" W X 41" D X 66" H in
||Valid in United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, & U.S. Territories. Contact factory for warranty in other countries.Five Years: Parts & Labor warranty
||ETL Verified, NSF
|Energy Star® Qualified:
Energy Star Rated:
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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