20" ADA-Compliant Compact Refrigerator
AccuCold by Summit Appliance offers a wide range of ADA compliant all-refrigerators for general purpose storage. The commercially listed FF511L7ADA Series features high performing 20" wide, 32" high all-refrigerators designed for freestanding use in commercial applications.
The ETL-S listed FF511L7ADA features a full 4.1 cu. ft. capacity. This all-white refrigerator includes a reversible door with an easy-to-clean flat interior liner. A factory installed lock is located at the top of the door for convenient security.
Inside, this auto defrost refrigerator includes three adjustable wire shelves. A bottom crisper drawer offers added storage options. Additional features include an adjustable thermostat and a switchable interior light.
At just 20" wide, the ADA compliant FF511L7ADA is ideal for any space in need of quality cooling and can be perfectly matched with AccuCold's commercially approved FS407L7ADA all-freezer. This model is designed for freestanding use. For a built-in version of this model, see the FF511LBI7ADA.
AccuCold by Summit has been supplying refrigerators and freezers to the medical, laboratory, pharmacy and scientific markets for over four decades. AccuCold features an extensive product line in all sizes, including the largest assortment in the industry of built-in undercounter and ADA-compliant models with locks, as well as a complete selection of chest and upright freezers, low-temperature freezers, and compact units. AccuCold offers their products with the features you need, including locks, temperature alarms, data loggers, and more. AccuCold is continuously innovating their product line to provide the highest quality, most convenient operation, and best value for all your pharmaceutical, scientific, medical, and laboratory storage needs.
This refrigerator uses 406 kWh/yr. and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $45.03.
Your operating costs will depend on your utility rates and use. The estimated operating cost is based on a 2011 national average electricity cost of $0.1109 cents per kWh.
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