Summit offers unmatched versatility and elegance to meet your indoor and outdoor refrigeration needs. The ADFD2D24 is a two-drawer all-freezer sized at 32 inches high for installation under ADA compliant counters. We include an extra stainless steel kickplate and leveling legs to raise the height to 34 1/2 inches to suit more standard applications. The front-breathing design and finished cabinet allow for built-in or freestanding use. Complete 304 stainless steel construction inside and out offers durability in a professional look. Soft close glides deliver added safety by preventing the drawers from slamming. The drawers can be customized with overlay panels to match or accent existing cabinetry design, while the stainless steel kickplate and stylish handles complete the look (recommended panel dimensions: 23.34″ W x 13.93″ D at 3/4″ thick). Frost-free operation ensures minimum user maintenance inside the 3.5 cu ft. interior. Two adjustable dividers allow for flexibility in storage, while the removable basket provides additional storage options. Additionally, removable drawers provide versatility and easy cleaning of the unit’s interior. The LED light makes it easy to view stored contents when loading or unloading each drawer. Additional features ensure efficiency and ease of use. These include temperature and open drawer alarms. The digital thermostat and display make it easy to manage the temperature. A temperature memory function helps to recover temperature settings in the event of a power loss, while Sabbath Mode disables certain electrical features for up to 96 hours during periods of religious observance. The ADFD2D24 is perfect for use in home or commercial settings. This unit is ETL-S listed to NSF-7 standards, and its ENERGY STAR certification assures efficient and environmentally friendly operation. For a matching refrigerator, see model ADRD24.
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