U-Line Commercial Blast Chillers & Blast Freezers rapidly chill and shock freeze ingredients & prepared food down to safe temperatures, quickly - reducing food waste, minimizing preparation time, and improving production efficiency and profitability.
- CBF632 capacity: (15) 18" x 26" sheet pans, (15) 20" x 12" sheet pans, or (7) 12" x 20" x 2 1/2" H steam table pans
- AISI 304 stainless steel interior and exterior, ETL sanitation certified
- Operating temperature range: -40°F to 50°F
- CBF632 blast chilling yield (194°F to 37°F in 90 min): 143.3 lb
- CBF632 shock freezing yield (194°F to 0°F in 270 min): 110.23 lb
- 7" digital touch screen control with HACCP data tracker and alarms. Cycles include soft chill, soft freeze, hard freeze, thawing, holding, and end of cycle hold mode.
- Multi-core probe with 4 reading points
- High efficiency compressor, bottom mount
- Self-lubricating, sealed cast iron evaporator fan motor with high volume air flow design
- Interior rounded corners, removable door gasket, interior side racks, and evaporator compartment for easy cleaning
- CFC-free high-density polyurethane insulated cabinet
- CBF632: 8000 BTU/h / 2 HP
- Environmentally friendly R452A refrigerant
- CBF632: 88.2 oz (2.5 kg)
- Self-closing door with 105° stop
- CBF632 dimensions: 77 5/16" H x 31 1/2" W x 32 7/8" D
- 4 casters included (2 locking)
|Amps: Running (115 v)
|Capacity: Total Volume (cu ft)
||50, 18x26" or 20x12" sheet pans
|Dimensions: Product Depth
|Dimensions: Product Height
|Dimensions: Product Width
||34.25" ( 870mm)
||-40°F to 50°F
Energy Star Rated:
2.58 (cu. ft.)
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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