Ice cream cabinets unveiled
By Canadian PizzaNews
July 16, 2008, New Albany, MS – Master-Bilt, has recently introduced
their BHC Series, a new line of self-contained bottom mounted ice cream
hardening and holding cabinets.
July 16, 2008, New Albany, MS – Master-Bilt, has recently introduced their BHC Series, a new line of self-contained bottom mounted ice cream hardening and holding cabinets.
The BHC Series consists of three models that offer increased cost-savings, as well as a convenient bottom mounted refrigeration system. “The bottom mounted system raises the lower shelf, making heavy ice cream containers easier to access,” says Bill Huffman, vice-president of sales and marketing for Master-Bilt.
The single door BHC-27 is available in both 115v and 230v versions, while the two-door BHC-48E is available in 230v. The 230v versions operate on both 60 and 50-cycle power which makes them adaptable for overseas use.
All models are equipped with efficiency features that reduce the amount of energy expelled to maintain the temperature of the cabinet. The refrigeration system features a low maintenance bare tube condenser coil that reduces the amount of trapped debris, eliminating unnecessary labor costs by requiring cleaning typically only once a year. An electronic controller with a digital thermometer and alarm function offer a combination of efficiency, accuracy, and reliability. User-friendly, self-closing doors, have a 90º hold-open feature and sure-sealing magnetic gaskets to assure a tight seal.
The BHC-27 stores 24 three-gallon cans, while the BHC-48E offers the capacity to store 48 three-gallon cans. They are constructed of 24-gauge white painted galvanized steel on the interior and exterior. Additionally, they feature four adjustable, heavy-duty epoxy-coated pilaster-supported wire shelves per door and two-inch thick foamed-in-place polyurethane insulated walls.
For more information on Master-Bilt's full product line, or literature, call Teresa Todd at 800-647-1284, ext. 4236, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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