19" Top Freezer Compact Refrigerator with 3.0 cu. ft. Capacity
Summit's Energy Star-qualified collection of compact refrigerator-freezers offer uniquely sized units with energy-efficient performances.
Made in North America, the CP351W is a counter height two-door refrigerator-freezer just under 19" wide. The CP351WADA is a 32" high refrigerator-freezer designed for use in ADA compliant settings. Both versions feature a classic white textured finish and reversible doors for added convenience. It is designed for freestanding use.
Inside, the unit utilizes a dual evaporator system to separately cool the auto defrost refrigerator section and manual defrost zero degree freezer compartment for an improved overall performance. The refrigerator includes a wire shelf, a large crisper drawer, and door storage for tall bottles. The generously sized freezer section includes a large door shelf for easy storage.
This refrigerator is Energy Star qualified with an efficient performance designed to save on utility costs and energy usage. With its unique size and quality design, this unit is ideal for college dorms, small apartments, offices, and other settings in need of a reliable, energy-efficient compact refrigerator-freezer.
From innovative design to superior construction, Summit products embody quality from the inside out. Their models can be modified to meet specific customer needs, whether that means adding brass finishes to a beer dispenser for a dramatic look or installing digital controls on laboratory coolers for user flexibility. They offer a full range in style and size that includes their unique thin-line models, designed to fit in those commonly found but hard-to-fill narrow spaces. They have one of the industry's largest collection of ADA compliant appliances and proudly manufacture a dozen models of Energy Star listed products.
This refrigerator uses 319 kWh/yr. and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $38.60.
Your operating costs will depend on your utility rates and use. The estimated operating cost is based on a 2015 national average cost of $0.121 cents per kWh.
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