Refrigeratedtransporter 2151 Klinge Split Reefer Unit Pic
Refrigeratedtransporter 2151 Klinge Split Reefer Unit Pic
Refrigeratedtransporter 2151 Klinge Split Reefer Unit Pic
Refrigeratedtransporter 2151 Klinge Split Reefer Unit Pic
Refrigeratedtransporter 2151 Klinge Split Reefer Unit Pic

Klinge’s Split-System Deep Freezer Unit thrives on long voyages

Feb. 23, 2015
Klinge Corporation’s Split-System Deep Freezer Unit, Model NMF-371-S, is designed especially for mounting in customer built-in rooms or on standard insulated containers.

Klinge Corporation’s Split-System Deep Freezer Unit, Model NMF-371-S, is designed especially for mounting in customer built-in rooms or on standard insulated containers.
This unit can provide cargo temperature in the range from 0° to –65° C, and the unit operates in ambient temperatures up to +50° C.
The unit is designed to maintain temperatures in the container by automatically heating, cooling, and defrosting during operation. Power for the unit is 400/460-volt, three-phase, 50/60 hertz. Control circuit power is reduced to 24/28-volt AC.
The NMF-371-S is designed for and suitable for transportation over long voyages of deep frozen, frozen, or chilled cargo.
For more information, email [email protected] or call 1-717-840-4500.

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