Walk-In Cooler System



Components: Box: (Assembled Measurements- Exterior: 107 1/2"(L) x 105 1/2"(W) x 102"(H), Interior: 98 1/2"(L0 x 97"(W) x 98"(H), 1125 lbs.) Front exterior is coated in white finish. Back, sides, and interior unfinished, natural, steel. Sidewalls (11 labeled panels. All measure 4"(L) x 98"(H)): 1) Corner: 26 1/2"(W), 55 lbs. 2) Wall Panel: 28"(W), 55 lbs. 3) Wall Panel: 23 1/8"(W) , 46 lbs. 4) Wall Panel: 47"(W), 90 lbs. 5) Corner: 30 1/2"(W), 62 lbs. 6) Wall Panel: 23 1/8"(W), 46 lbs. 7) Wall Panel: 47 1/8"(W), 90 lbs. 8) Corner: 32 3/8"(W), 65 lbs. 9) Wall Panel: 23 1/2"(W), 45 lbs. 10) Wall Panel: 47 1/4"(W), 90 lbs. 11) Corner: 24 1/2"(W), 55 lbs. Top/Ceiling (3 labeled panels): 12) Front Panel: 30"(L) x 105 1/4"(W) x 4 1/8"(H), 69 lbs. 13) Center Panel: 47"(L) x 105 1/4"(W) x 4 1/8"(H), 96 lbs. 14) Rear Panel: 30 1/8"(L) x 105 1/4"(W) x 4 1/8"(H), 69 lbs. Door Jamb Panel: Model: E225993 Overall Measurement: 4"(L) x 53"(W) x 98"(H), 75 lbs. Door Opening: 36"(W) x 84"(H) Built in digital temperature display with switch (Kason- Model 11967XXXXA2) Emergency Strike Release knob on Interior. Door: 4"(L) x 38 1/2"(W) x 84 1/2"(H), 110 lbs. Window: 12 3/4"(W) x 22 3/4"(H) Steel Construction White finish on upper section, diamond plate on lower Outdoor Rooftop Condenser: MFG: Heatcraft Refrigeration Products Model: MOH015X63CFMT 22, 404A Refrigerant 208/230V 3 Phase 60 Hz 1 1/2 Hp 28 1/2"(L) x 43 3/4"(W) x 17 1/4"(H), 176 lbs. Indoor Evaporator Unit MFG: Heatcraft/Larkin Model: LCE120BEMC6MB 12, 22, 502, 404A Refrigerant 3 Fan Low Profile Unit Cooler Electric Defrost 6 Fins Per Inch 12,000 BTU 208/230 V 1 Phase 60 Hz 2 of the lights appear to be in good condition with light rust formation in areas, while one has significant oxidation on the housing, and appears to have possibly been breached by the harsh conditions inside of the walk-in when operational. The wiring appears to be in good shape but may need to be lengthened as they were cut flush with the base. The box is in good overall condition with surface rust and oxidation along the bottom edges of the wall panels on the interior and exterior from the baseboard/molding (no longer intact) trapping moisture between itself and the wall. The walls also have a light buildup of white oxidation and sediment from exposure over time. The compressor and evaporator unit are both in good cosmetic condition. This system was functional prior to removal but will likely need repairs to some fittings and recharging and is not guaranteed to function. This system was salvaged from a barbecue restaurant located in the Boulevard at the Cap Center shopping center in Largo, Maryland. This restaurant and items from it are featured on Season 10, Episode 12, of the Diy Network show, "Salvage Dawgs".

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