Summit 24" Built In Undercounter Refrigerator, ADA Height
The AL55 refrigerator is ETL-S listed to NSF-7 commercial standards and also meets residential standards. The front-breathing design allows built-in installation, while the fully finished black cabinet also enables freestanding use. Sized just under 32 inches high and 24 inches wide, this unit makes an ideal fit under lower ADA compliant counters. The user-reversible door comes in a stainless steel finish with warm undertones and vertical grain, and a pro style handle provides a professional, elegant look for any setting. A temperature alarm offers added security should the temperature go beyond the setpoint, and the optional Sabbath Mode can be used to disable certain electrical features during periods of religious observance. The automatic defrost system keeps the unit running efficiently with little user maintenance, and the internal fan ensures the unit is evenly cooled.
Inside, the AL55 has a digital control panel which allows you to manage the unit’s temperature with ease. An adjustable temperature range between 36 and 46ºF ensures contents are kept cold. Three easy-glide glass shelves that extend 50% provide flexible storage, and the shelving brake system keeps unit contents safe when loading and unloading. Two door racks are ideal for keeping condiments within easy reach, while the slotted floor ensures easy storage of bottles. The dimmable soft LED lighting in a gentle blue hue with three brightness settings offers an attractive and efficient presentation inside the white interior.
With its advanced user features and versatile design, the AL55 is an excellent addition to any ADA compliant setting looking for a refrigerator with a modern, elegant look.
||Reduced Height for ADA Countertops - This model has a shorter overall height than normal to fit beneath reduced height ADA countertops. Note that this model is not for standard coutnertop height applications.|
||ADA Compliant - Certified at the time of manufacture to comply with federal guidelines for use and accessibility for users with disabilities.|