Duke 334 - Aerohot Ice Cooled Cold Pan Table - 54” Ice Pan

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SKU: 334

Overview

  • Duke Aerohot Ice-Cooled Cold Pan Tables complete the Aerohot line of steamtables, offering efficient and economical cold service in several sizes:
  • Operational use: Ice-cooled Pans
  • Table width: 58 3/8
  • Ice pan dimensions: 54
    • Duke Aerohot Ice-Cooled Cold Pan Tables complete the Aerohot line of steamtables, offering efficient and economical cold service in several sizes:
    • Operational use: Ice-cooled Pans
    • Table width: 58 3/8"
    • Ice pan dimensions: 54" x 19 7/8"
    • Top:
    • 20 gauge, 300 Series stainless steel
    • Hot food style top with 12 1/16" x 20 1/16" openings available in options below
    • Table width poly carving board - 7" deep x 1/2" thick
    • 18 gauge stainless steel carving board support base and die-stamped brackets
    • Liner:
    • 18 gauge, 300 Series stainless steel - 5" deep
    • Insulated on all four sides and bottom with polystyrene
    • 1" cast brass drain and plug
    • Body, Undershelf and Legs:
    • 20 gauge, 430 Series stainless steel body
    • 18 gauge, 430 Series stainless steel undershelf
    • 430 Series stainless steel tubular legs with adjustable plastic feet
    • Casters available in options below for portable use

    Specifications:
    Manufacturer:
    Duke
    Model:
    334
    List Price:
    $1,938
    Width:
    58 3/8"
    Depth:
    29 7/16"
    Height:
    34"
    Weight:
    121 lbs.

Brand

For over 85 years, Duke Manufacturing Co. has been a front-runner in the design and production of restaurant equipment for the foodservice industry. In recent years, Duke has sought to engineer technologies that save money and energy. As a result of their work, Duke was awarded the 2009 Energy Champion Award from the U.S. Department of Energy.

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