Hoshizaki Snowflake 4 Door GII Refrigerated Counter SCR-225CGRC-LLRR-C1
The Snowflake GII series is brought to you by Japanese and Danish engineering excellence, dedicated to simplifying the day-to-day work routines of kitchen staffs all around the world.
The technology behind the performance boost of Snowflake GII is the tropicalised cooling system enduring up to +40°C. Additionally, the cooling agent of the new generation of Snowflake is the eco-friendly refrigerant R290, a natural gas (HC) that enhances the performance and cuts down energy consumption significantly.
Both interior and exterior are built of anti-corrosion stainless steel AISI 304, which is among the best choices for hygienic and food safe cooking environments.
The Snowflake GII SCR-225CGRC is a 4-section refrigerated counter with a net internal volume of 343 Ltr.
Dimensions W x D x H (mm) – 2246 x 700 x 856
Temperature Range: – 2°C / + 8°C
As a product that is designed and built to last, this freezer cabinet combines an innovative design concept, premium materials and clever extras:
- Minimum cool air lost: double insulated and extra wide door gaskets help to keep the cold air into the cabinet
- Both interior and exterior are built of stainless steel AISI 304, which is among the best choices for hygienic and food safe cooking environments
- Anti-tilt mechanism: extra-long drawers with u-shaped, telescopic rails
- Multiple door-drawer combinations possible
- Removable gaskets make sure you can clean the device thoroughly
- This and other thoughtful extras, such as the cleaning-free condenser, are designed to reduce kitchen cleaning times whilst storing foods protectively in the best possible way
The refrigerant used in all Snowflake GII HC models is R290.
This agent is a natural gas which enhances the performance of the refrigerated counter and has, compared to other refrigerants, a minimal ozone depletion potential. R290 is one of the view refrigerants compliant with the called F-Gas Regulation, issued by the European Commission. This regulation aims to phase out HFCs (Hydrofluorocarbons) as of 2020 to make space for eco-friendlier alternatives and substances, such as HCs (Hydrocarbon) and find more information about the F-Gas regulation here.