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Contemporary display case TDM-DC-36-GE/GE-S-Scountertopcurved glassaluminum

contemporary display case
contemporary display case
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Characteristics

Style
contemporary
Installation
countertop
Material
curved glass, aluminum
Market
commercial

Description

True’s "dry" display case combines efficient, high volume merchandising with an elegant curved glass front for sophisticated presentation of high end desserts and pastries. Doors2 Shelves3 Width (in.)36–1/4 Depth (in.)39 Height (in.)49–1/8 Voltage115/60/1 Amps7.0 Weight (lbs.)485 Cabinet is NSF/ANSI Standard 2 compliant to hold open food product. Two (2) rear sliding glass doors for back access. Exterior - powder coated FDA black rounded front and back, black aluminum aesthetic side and front panels. Color options available (upcharge may apply) - white or stainless. Curved glass front and side glass panels. Interior - powder coated FDA white over CRS material. Color options available (upcharge may apply) - black or stainless. Three (3) tiered levels of adjustable wire cantilever shelves that match cabinet interior color. Chrome plated wire shelves standard on stainless units. Front glass swings Up for easy cleaning access. LED interior lighting provides more even lighting throughout the cabinet. Safety shielded. STANDARD FEATURES DESIGN • True’s "dry" display case combines efficient, high volume merchandising with an elegant curved glass front for sophisticated presentation of high end desserts and pastries. • Designed to provide an attractive companion to our TDM-R "refrigerated" display merchandiser. Please note: If units are banked together, because of side panel, a 1/2" gap will remain between units.
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