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Commercial Refrigerator and freezer series Commercial Refrigerator kitchen refrigerator Product Name: commercial six door cooler Model No: SLLDZ4-1300LD Applicable place: supermarket, commercial center, commercial restaurant and kitchen. Original Place: Quzhou city Zhejiang Province, China Brand...
Commercial Refrigerator and freezer series
Product Name: commercial six door cooler
Model No: SLLDZ4-1300LD
Applicable place: supermarket, commercial center, commercial restaurant and kitchen.
Original Place: Quzhou city Zhejiang Province, China
Brand Name: Snow Village
Style: Dual temperature, full frozen function, six stainless steel foam door, 100% steel and copper
Certification: 3C, CE
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commercial six door cooler
1.Fan forced evaporator cooling,
2.self evaporating drainage.
3.CFC and HCFC free,
5.Coated with polyurethane foam for efficient insulation.
6.Temperature inside is stable and accurate with microcomputer thermostat.
7.Six stainless steel solid door with function of self closing and stay open.
8.Excellent sealing design locks the cold air inside and no leakage.
9.Big interior space could put into more goods to preserve and display.
10.Interior LED light to ensure the interior brighter.
11.Mounted famous performance compressor and evaporator.
12.Digital temperature control system, easy to operate.
13.Stainless steel shelves and floor plated, corrosion-resistant, easy to clean and durable...
15.Two years warranty for all parts.
16.Exceptional 24/7 maintenance & installation instructions support and operation training by after-sales service team
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Certification of Company and Products:
Snow Village had passed through"ISO9001 international quality system certification and "ISO14001 environmental management system certification", Snow Village’s products have passed through Chinese government compulsory 3C certification and CE certification etc.
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After sales service
Keeping your commercial refrigeration system continuously operating is a high priority for you and your customers. Commercial refrigerator and freezer must be kept in prime condition in order to ensure food is safe for consumption, prevent food spoilage and maintain consumer satisfaction. A well maintained cooler also helps reduce energy costs and lessen environmental impact.
Snow Village’s technical assistance branch provides technical assistance, technician training & troubleshooting for our customers and a comprehensive warranty program through our service contractor network throughout our distribution market. Please contact our local after sales team.
Our warranty policy is designed to protect our customers against any manufacturing defects in components and issues that result from the manufacturing process.
Units will be repaired or replaced at no cost to the customer, provided units are operated and installed under the specific usage conditions designed for each model as outlined by Snow Village User Manuals.
Our warranty includes parts, standard ground freight and labor performed at time of service. It also includes supplemental materials such as refrigerant gas, filter drier, welding, etc.
● Whole Cooler: 2 year warranty
● Compressor: 3 year warranty (First 2 years – labor & parts. Additional 1 years – compressor parts only.)
What type of fridge do I want?
Style-wise, you've got four options to choose from, and each comes with its own pros and cons. Figuring out which one is best for you is the first, most obvious step towards making a final buying decision.
When I say the word "fridge," chances are good that this is the style that pops into your head. With the bottom two-thirds dedicated to fresh-food storage and the freezer unit sitting on top, most of us probably struggled to reach the Popsicles in a top freezer unit when we were kids, or maybe we used one in our first apartment.
Tastes have moved forward since then, so if you're looking for something modern, high-end, and feature-rich, then a top-freezer model probably isn't for you. If, however, style isn't as much of a concern, then you'll find that top freezers offer some of the best bargains on the market. Plus, there are still enough being made to offer a solid variety of choices.
If you're looking for something on the simpler side, and would enjoy slightly easier access to your fresh foods, then a bottom-freezer unit might be right for you. Bottom-freezer units aren't much different from top-freezer units except for the fact that the freezer is located -- you guessed it -- on the bottom. This means that you won't have to hunch over while rooting around for commonly used ingredients.
Of course, this also means that frozen foods will be located down around your ankles -- though a majority of models now come with drawer-style freezer doors, which can make getting the ice cream out a little easier. Bottom-freezer units tend to be just slightly bigger than top freezers, but there's also less variety of models to choose from.
Side-by-side units split your fridge right down the middle, offering you frozen foods on the left and fresh foods on the right. Some models offer equal real estate for both sections, but most allocate an extra couple of inches for the fridge. This can make for an especially narrow freezer section, so frozen-pizza aficionados might want to consider something a little less limiting.
Side-by-side units come in a wide variety of models and tend to showcase more features than their horizontally minded top and bottom freezer counterparts. Many of these features are aimed at saving space, especially when it comes to the shelving inside the doors. Side-by-side units also don't need as much clearance to open the doors, making them ideal for narrow kitchens. Due to the vertical split, you'll probably want to go with the widest model that will fit into your kitchen, and your budget.
Highly popular, French-door models combine the drawer-style freezer of a bottom-freezer unit with the low-clearance doors of a side-by-side unit. This means that you'll have a full-width, double-door fridge with plenty of storage space. With your refrigerator door effectively split into two, it also means that you won't be letting quite as much cold air out when you're opening just one door to grab the milk.
With the high demand for French-door refrigerators, you're sure to find a huge variety of options, including models with top-of-the-line smart features you won't find with other styles. You can also upgrade the look of your fridge to match your kitchen or even camouflage itself entirely among your cabinets, but be aware that you'll likely be tacking a few thousand dollars onto the already steep price tag.
Best suited for:
Fashionable homeowners who want lots of space for groceries and the most advanced features available.
Selecting the style that's right for your kitchen is half the battle, and should give you a much clearer idea of what you want from your new refrigerator. But don't run off to the department store just yet, because you still have some very important questions to ask yourself, including:
All of that said, a bigger fridge means a bigger energy bill, so be careful not to splurge on extra space that you aren't actually going to need. You'll be paying more both upfront and down the line as you continue paying the power company to refrigerate that wasted space alongside your food.
If you're looking for something on the small side, you'll probably want to stick with a top or bottom freezer, as none of the other types of refrigerators come in sizes much smaller than 20 cu. ft. If your kitchen is particularly cramped, or if you're just looking for something small for a garage or a back room, you'll find in both styles, too.