Fusion™ undercounters feature a wide variety of sizes in refrigerator and freezer models to fit your workspace needs. All models feature zero-clearance installation so they may be integrated into existing counters as well as a standard condenser filter screen, removable without tools, for easy condenser coil cleaning. Fusion undercounter refrigerators are complete with self-closing doors to keep perishables fresh and heavy-duty ergonomic pull handles. Heavy-duty casters make it easy to move and clean underneath. Fusion glass door undercounters add to kitchen convenience by increasing visibility of stored items. The self-closing dual pane glass doors also feature full length handles for easy opening.
Maximize your back-of-house workspace by adding undercounter refrigerator! Designed to be counter-height, the unit provides convenient, refrigerated storage space great for ingredients, beverages, and prepared dishes. Its two self-closing doors each open to a heavy-duty shelf that adjusts to give you storage flexibility to accomodate your ever-evolving needs.
If you need a little extra storage space in your refrigerator that’s close to a prep station, or simply don’t have the room ‘out front’ for a traditional style reach in, an undercounter model is a great way to add cold storage space. Another popular piece of refrigeration equipment is the refrigerated chef base, which serves the role of a combination refrigerator and equipment stand. With so many sizes and configurations available, you’ll be able to find the perfect one for your needs. We’ll cover the ins and outs of all these units in this quick guide.
Master-Bilt’s solid construction, ground-breaking designs and broad equipment offering provide the flexibility to meet practically any refrigeration need. A foodservice industry supplier since 1938, Master-Bilt’s products include an industry-leading selection found in retail and institutional settings around the world. With a focus on energy and installation efficiency, we are ready to help customers meet business challenges now and in the future.