Classy Black Alfresco Bar Fridge with heated glass. A great little unit with a superb finish, a soft blue LED gives it a great look and with features like lock, heated glass and adjustable shelves it ticks a lot of boxes for alfresco, commercial or indoor entertaining options.
- W: 555mm x D: 500mm x H: 875mm
- Black powder coated pressed metal finish.
- Triple glazed door right hinged with lock, the outer glass is heated so no condensation or water on your hard wood floors.
- 2 x adjustable shelves W: 455mm x D: 360mm, 19 height positions for adjusting, highest shelf position H: 570mm
- Quiet inner fan along with the triple glazing make it fine for indoors or out.
- Door opens 12mm outside the diameter of fridge.
- Blue energy saving LED light.
- SAA and EMC approved.
- Units can be built with cabinetry around them as they vent through front grill, allow 10-12mm each side and top.
- 2 Years parts and labour warranty
We did this by working out the most we can fit into the unit, sometimes this will have cans lying down on some shelves, and cans on top of each other on others.
- Indoor Or Outdoor
There are many variables that effect power consumption including ambient temperature, door open/close frequency, size of physical load in fridge, position of fridge, the set temperature, the climate and of course the efficiency of the fridges ability to get rid of hot air.
We base these ratings properly on normal operation in tough conditions, in most cases the units will run lower energy consumption than what we state.
*Glass door fridges do not have 'energy star ratings', as they are still classified under an 'outdated' Australian Standard as 'commercial' refrigeration. We expect this to change eventually so energy star ratings can be displayed, because since the renovation boom and alfresco area popularity the market has really embraced glass door refrigeration for domestic use now.
Many retailers and online sellers take the rating the factory tell them as gospel, in actual fact most of these are done is very easy going conditions, like in ambient of 20oC and with fridge set on 8oC, naturally this will use less energy than a unit tested in 38oC with setting on 2oC. It's dissappointing that this area of information isn't regulated properly yet with any standard, it makes the consumer choice harder to make.
Tip - Everyone's perception of noise is different of course, but just think about the location you are placing a unit, and be practicable. Naturally a HIGH rated unit is no good if near bedroom etc.
This chart really help understand, a room with 30Db is a room with nothing going, Db scale is very strange to understand.