||The FrosTek-240 is a
non-commercial propane freezer, ideal for use in remote locations such
as cottages, camps, boats and cabins. The FrosTek-240 has 8.5 cu.ft. of
storage space, is equipped with a thermostat, on/off indicator, piezo
ignitor, easy access bottom drain, and a silent freezing unit. An
exterior thermometer tells you the precise interior temperature without
opening the door. The cooling unit keeps the temperature near 0°F.
Consumes 1.8 to 2.8 gallons of liquid propane gas a week, depending on
ambient temperature. It is approved by the AGA and the CGA. The FrosTek
contains no CFCs.
* Gross Capacity: 8.5 cu.ft./240 litres
* Power Source: LPG - Propane
* Propane Pressure: 11" WC (27 mbar)
* Propane Consumption (average): 16 hrs/lb
* BTU: Max 1800, Min 1200
* Color: Light Grey
* Dimensions: 38"H x 44.5"L x 31"D (cm 97x113x79)
* Minimum clearances for this freezer is two inches on the sides, 5" on
the top, and 1" in back.
* Weight: 220 lbs (100 kg)
* Shipping Box Dimensions 43.25" x 46" x 35.5" (cm
* Shipping Weight: 275 lbs. (125 kg)
* Cost: $1875 plus freight; units are made in France, and ship
out of Ohio.
* One year warranty.
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|WHAT TRUCK FREIGHT
ENTAILS: The best rate for truck freight shipping
is to have you pick it up at the local freight terminal or
commercial drop point. A residential delivery is usually $40
to $45 more than a business delivery, and, a lift gate (which
drops the goods off at ground level), is another $80 to $100 in
additional fees. Inside delivery is an additional cost on
top of that.
Know someone with a truck? Can you have a dolly or hand cart on
hand? If you can mobilize a couple of strong bodies, you
might be able to save $80 to $120 or so!
Call for your freight on any of our
truck freight items.
ABOUT RECEIVING TRUCK FREIGHT ITEMS: Do
not sign for anything until you have inspected your unit.
You have spent good money on this, and it was shipped in good
condition. If you don't inspect it, and open the unit at home
and find 'hidden damage', there is no recourse for a truck freight
claim. All claims for damage MUST be made at the time of receipt of
the unit! Note any damage on the bill of lading before signing
off--it's a relatively easy process to get a new unit or replacement
parts if you do so. But not if you don't inspect it!
Also, don't refuse an obviously damaged unit. You will still
be charged for it, as we will also be by our suppliers.
Freight damage is very rare (FORTUNATELY!), but proper documentation
and reporting of any damage will expedite the claims process.