The 24" ADA-Compliant Refrigerator by Perlick is designed to stand 32" high for maximum capacity while still adhering to ADA regulations. Featuring stainless steel interior and Perlick's RAPIDcool Refrigeration system, this unit is suitable for a variety of residential and commercial applications.
- 32" height with leveling legs
- Designed for maximum capacity while adhering to strict 34" counter height ADA-Compliant requirements
- Available with solid stainless steel door, solid wood overlay door, stainless steel glass door, wood overlay glass door, stainless steel drawers or wood overlay drawers
- Refrigerator rated for both food and beverage storage
- Includes two (2) full-extension pull-out shelves (drawer models excluded)
- Refrigerator temperature 30° - 42°F (factory set to 38°F)
All HA24 models are Intertek ETL Listed (US & Canada)
- Front-vented, RAPIDcool forced-air refrigeration system
- Best in Class 700 Btu commercial-grade compressor
- Commercial-grade stainless steel interior and exterior
- Industry Exclusive convertible door design allows all doors the ability to be converted to wood overlay from stainless steel
- Industry Exclusive adjustable, full-extension pull-out shelves (drawer models excluded)
- Low-E, UV-coated glass provides industry leading insulation and protection
- Optional door locks and Industry Exclusive drawer locks (factory installed)
- Three-Year Warranty plus additional three years on sealed system
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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