Frigidaire's Fccg071fw Commercial 7.2 Cu Ft Food Service Grade Ice is a powerful and energy-efficient solution for any foodservice business. This commercial ice maker is capable of producing up to 7.2 cubic feet of ice per day, and it uses advanced technology to make sure that the ice is consistently cold and ready to use. The unit is equipped with a self-cleaning cycle to make sure that the ice is free of any bacteria or contaminants. It also features a touch screen control panel with a convenient display that allows you to easily monitor and adjust the temperature and other settings. Additionally, the Frigidaire Fccg071fw Commercial 7.2 Cu Ft Food Service Grade Ice machine is designed to be efficient and cost-effective, so you can save on energy costs while still providing your customers with high-quality ice.
Ostatnia aktualizacja: Dokument rozwiązania Frigidaire Fccg071fw Commercial 7 2 Cu Ft Food Service Grade Ice
Bezpośredni link do pobrania Dokument rozwiązania Frigidaire Fccg071fw Commercial 7 2 Cu Ft Food Service Grade Ice
Starannie wybrane archiwa oprogramowania - tylko najlepsze! Sprawdzone pod kątem złośliwego oprogramowania, reklam i wirusów
Ostatnia aktualizacja Dokument rozwiązania Frigidaire Fccg071fw Commercial 7 2 Cu Ft Food Service Grade Ice
Subskrybuj nasze sieci społecznościowe, aby być na bieżąco z najnowszymi aktualizacjami!
How can I get a fridge just like that? It's total perfection. I love the veggies in the side door. Brilliant!
A modern day fridge with all these features would cost over 10k.
Literally better than any fridge I’ve seen today. Probably lasted for 40 years, too.
That refrigerator door sound when it closed was like a quality automobile door sound closing. Solid. And that compartment for the vegetables was genius.
why is this better than today's refrigerators?
I have to admit this refrigerator is more genius then most modern fridge
My best friend died of cancer a little over a year ago, and had tons of vintage appliances and everything, his wife let me take one of these home. I only had to buy one ice cube tray, and the refrigerator still works!!! Mine needs a paint job, (sea foam green)and a door gasket,but now it is complete with all of its parts, and I’m amazed how nice it is. To see it in person is really something.
This fridge is by far better than the newer ones they have out now... A WINDOW THAT HAS YOUR PRODUCE?!! GENIUS
the features are freaking awesome....specially the vegetables door
Features like that should come back with new technologies...
Compared to what is available today, this Frigidaire is a Lexus of perfection. What Samsung and LG produce is not anything like this was. Even what Frigidaire produces today is nothing at all like this was. We have lost a lot of quality in appliances.
This fridge is better than any modern fridge I've seen!
My mom had one of these, and it lasted over 50 years! That would never happen these days.
AND ... you didn't need an "Extended Warranty" ... we didn't even know what that was back then. Anything you bought just worked forever. The refrigerator we had when I was 5 years old was still working for my mother as a back up fridge in the basement when I was 30 years old. Today when they encourage you to buy an extended warranty they are frankly admitting that their stuff is junk and it may not even last two years.
This refrigerator is simplicity defined. I wish I could get one like it now. And Bess Myerson is gorgeous.
all the sections in the refrigerator are so perfectly assembled. More spacious than today's refrigerators that costs over 20k also. They just provide you the appearance and with no special features inside.
I remember all the things we had back then were 10 times the quality and had more functions than we have today. My kitchen stove is a 1954 O'Keefe & Merritt and my refrigerator is a 1960 General Electric. We had a Curtis Mathis console TV with a HiFi stereo. I am so thankful I grew up back then and not today.
Wow this has some better features then the fridge now days..
My grandmother had one of these it was very cool. Too bad it doesn't show the copper and chrome herringbone on the top part of the door. The handle was cool because you pulled down on the top part or up on the bottom to open. The neat door compartments, but the best was the pull down crisper. It wasn't real big, but you could see and get everything easily, no digging around needed.
My grandparents purchsed this model after building their new home in town after leaving the farm. I spent summers with them but my grandmother was a very clean and strict woman and getting in the icebox for any reason without permission was not allowed. We ate 3 meals per day at exact times and only rarely got a treat or snack in between. The point is I remember this icebox but very little. It is the only one they owned in the new home and my grandmother passed in 93 so she enjoyed it 40 years and my grandfather continued to use it until his passing in 2002. It was still humming along then. My father their only child told me he was fearful to move it for fear it would stop running. I know he eventually moved it but unsure where it went. My parents and I live a thousand miles from the farm community where originally from. As a kid I realized my grandparents home was filled with beautiful things but never gave thought to an icebox. My parents had much more modern appliances.