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Forced-air cooling lines from LEC

30 May 2008 by
Forced-air cooling lines from LEC

A forced-air cooling system allows LEC's relaunched range of catering fridges, freezers and bottle coolers to regain the correct temperatures swiftly after the doors have been opened.

The refrigerators also have an external temperature display to remove the need to open doors unnecessarily.

The fridges offer 153-litre or 354-litre capacities, while the freezers provide capacities of 116 litres or 287 litres.

Standard features include white or stainless-steel finishes, electronic controls, security locks, reversible doors and removable shelving and baskets, while larger freezers have replaceable door seals.

The one- or two-door bottle coolers come with preset electronic thermostats, automatic defrost, removable door gaskets and a silver or black finish that will be joined later this month by a stainless-steel option.

To buy it, call 0871 222 5119
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