Scotsman DCE33 PM-15C Description
The Scotsman DCE33 gourmet undercounter ice machine is perfect for bartenders or servers at a banquet hall. This model allows users to have quick access to small amounts of ice. Cubed ice is slow melting, giving it a long-lasting cooling effect. This quality is especially desirable when serving high-end liquors and premium drinks.
Although it only has a 26-pound storage capacity, the Scotsman DCE33 has an automatic shut-off/restart feature that keeps the bin at full capacity. The ice machines stainless steel finish is scratch resistant, making it very durable.
Produce up to 30 lbs. of ice per day
26-lb. storage capacity is useful when customer traffic spikes
Automatic shut-off/restart feature helps maintain ideal bin capacity
Made with stainless steel for increased durability
Produces slow-melting cubes for long-lasting cooling effect
Air-cooled refrigeration system is energy efficient
Uses environmentally friendly R-134a refrigerant
115 V/60 Hz/1 ph, 3.6 A
15-in. W x 22.8125-in. D x 33.875-in. H
cULus and ISO certified
Scotsman DCE33 - 15 cabinet width, produces up to 30 lbs. of gourmet ice in 24 hours. Stores up to 26 lbs. Uniquely-shaped, crystal-clear, slow-melting, taste-free, odorless ice. Maintains ideal bin capacity with automatic shut-off and restart. Accepts custom wood panels to match your decor.Available with built-in gravity drain pump. Complements the Scotsman Refrigerator and Wine Storage Unit.Available in stainless steel finish only.Field reversible door.
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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