Maxx Cold MIB400, 30 inch wide Ice Storage Bin, NSF Approved, All Stainless Steel Construction with Ice Storage Capacity of up to 400 lbs (181 kg )
Maxx Cold MIB400 stainless steel ice storage bin door & exterior is corrosion resistant and easy to clean. The interior polyethylene bin liner improves sanitation and enhances the clarity of the ice. Maxx Cold Ice Storage Bin is constructed of non-CFC polyurethane foamed in-place insulation that retains cold air, keeping the ice from melting quickly, and reduces condensation from developing. The stainless steel door is easy to grip and open to scoop and extract ice. The ice scoop and holder are above the ice line for easy access and improved sanitation. The Maxx Cold MIB400 has storage capacity of up to 400 lbs (181 kg) of ice and a 3/4 inch gravity drain is required when installing. Overall measurements are 30 in. W x 24 in. D x 37 in. H with 6 inch legs. The storage bin will accommodate most 30 inch wide ice machines and is NSF approved. Model Dimensions (W x D x H)
- 30.25" (768mm) W x 34" (864mm) D x 37" (940mm) H
- Ice storage capacity of up to 400 lbs (181 kg)
- Bin door and exterior is constructed of durable stainless steel and is easy to clean and corrosion resistant
- Polyethylene bin liner provides sanitary storage
- Constructed of non-CFC polyurethane foamed in-place insulation retains cold air, keeping ice from melting quickly and reduces condensation from developing
- Four 6" inch (152 mm) adjustable stainless steel legs
- 3/4" gravity drain is required when installing
- All stainless steel door is easy to grip and open to scoop and extract ice from bin
- Compatible with Maxx Ice modular ice machines and most 30" wide ice machines
- Adapter plates available
- NSF approved
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