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Williams offers lower height bottle coolers

UK: Williams Refrigeration has added a new 850mm lower height option to its range of bottle coolers for businesses that struggle to fit appropriate bottle storage in limited back-bar space.

This reduction in height from the standard 900mm high models allows the new units to be installed under custom-built bespoke bars. While the external height is reduced, they are said to retain all the features of the standard version.

The new low height models come in one, two and three door versions. Each features full sized double-glazed glass doors and efficient, low energy consumption LED lighting.

Adjustable shelving allows them to be adapted to hold non-standard sized bottles or cans and they can also accommodate vertical stacking. The doors are fitted with barrel locks for added security. 

They can be installed free-standing, under a worktop or shelved to give the impression of double-stacking.

Each model is available either with a stainless steel or black PVC coated galvanised steel exterior with the interior constructed from easy to clean, mirror finish stainless steel. Internal temperature can be adjusted between 4 and 10°C to enable different drinks to be stored in their ideal conditions. 35mm precision injected, high density polyurethane insulation means they can maintain temperatures in ambient conditions up to 32°C. 

Rear castors and adjustable front feet make them easy to move around for service and maintenance. List prices start at £1,400.

Williams Refrigeration

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