This modern upright freezer by Danby, the classic design allows it to easily integrate into any setting and the generous 8.5 cubic feet (241 liters) of storage space is ideal. There is plenty of cooling area due to the four handy door shelves and three additional quick-freeze shelving units. The convenient manual-defrosting function makes it easy to maintain and keep ice-free and it also features an internal drip tray. The ultra-modern mechanical thermostat is a breeze to program and monitor. This ultimate freezer also features an intelligent reversible door hinge which allows you to adjust it for either left or tight-handed opening and offers an 24 month warranty. New Danby Health NIST Bundles include a Digital Data Logging device which will record the temperature of liquid inside of the refrigerator. The NIST thermometers have been calibrated to the ISO 17025:2017 standard and have a +/- 0.25 C variance for precise temperature accuracy.
- 8.5 cu. ft. (241 L) capacity upright freezer
- Temperature Range ( -12C to -24C) (10.4F to -11.2F).
- E-Star-Energy efficient
- Environmentally friendly R600a refrigerant
- Manual defrost with drip tray
- 3 quick freeze shelves
- 4 door shelves for smaller, frequently used items
- Mechanical thermostat is conveniently located for easy temperature control
- Rounded door with integrated door handle provides a modern look
- Scratch resistant worktop provides additional storage space
- Reversible door hinge allows for right or left door opening
- 2 adjustable legs for leveling and height flexibility
- 5 foot power cord gives flexibility for installation
- Includes a DDL (Digital Data Logger) NIST Certified Thermometer
Energy Star Rated:
8.5 (cu. ft.)
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