Commercial Refrigerator and freezer series
Cooked food refrigerated case
Product Name: deli case refrigerator
Model No: SC-1.5
Applicable place: supermarket, commercial center, restaurant, bar, café bar, convenience store.
Original Place: Quzhou city Zhejiang Province, China
Brand Name: Snow Village
Style: single temperature, front glass door, 100% steel and copper, fresh
Certification: 3C, CE
• Stylish serve over counters for
• display of a variety of food stuffs, dairy
• products, sausages, packaged meats &
• Ensures maximum visibility to the
• products presented
• Front glass can be opened
Power Supply (W)
Temperature Range ℃
Dimension (LxWxH) mm
Deli case refrigerator
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Certification of Company and Products:
Snow Village had passed through"ISO9001 international quality system certification and "ISO14001 environmental management system certification", Snow Village’s products have passed through Chinese government compulsory 3C certification and CE certification etc.
Package and shipping
Packaging Details: suitable for sea freight strong wooden case
Delivery Time: 14-21 days
Commercial restaurant and kitchen, supermarket, commercial center,
Our warranty policy is designed to protect our customers against any manufacturing defects in components and issues that result from the manufacturing process.
Units will be repaired or replaced at no cost to the customer, provided units are operated and installed under the specific usage conditions designed for each model as outlined by Snow Village User Manuals.
Our warranty includes parts, standard ground freight and labor performed at time of service. It also includes supplemental materials such as refrigerant gas, filter drier, welding, etc.
● Whole Cooler: 2 year warranty
● Compressor: 3 year warranty (First 2 years – labor & parts. Additional 1 years – compressor parts only.)
Installation and Relocation
We make sure that the equipment will not be damaged during transport and that it is properly installed for optimal performance.
Our comprehensive service includes:
● Transportation of equipment to the point-of-sale
● Preparation for installation
● Review of electrical installations and the proper operation of the equipment
● Shelving and accessories installation
● Product marketing
● Explanation of the use and care of equipment
● Removal from the point-of-sale
How Does a Refrigerator Work Using Convection?
The system by which a refrigerator removes heat from the freezer and refrigeration compartments and disposes of it outside your unit relies on the concept of convection. Convection is the process of heat transfer through the movement of matter, usually a gas or a liquid. In a refrigerator, convection occurs through the use of refrigerant gases and a compressor.
What Is Convection?
You may have heard of convection in the context of convection ovens, which are ovens that use circulating air to help speed up the process of cooking food. The principle of convection is reliant on the circulating air, which transfers heat to the food as it moves around the food. A refrigerator uses copper tubes filled with refrigerant coolant to do the same job as the air in a convection oven.
In a modern refrigerator, the refrigerant used in the copper coils is called tetrafluoroethane, specifically the gas R-134A. Refrigerants are gases that are stable and can be compressed and expanded, allowing for the absorption and discharge of heat. Most importantly, when a refrigerant gas is compressed, it can be heated to a higher temperature than when it is expanded.
Refrigerators operate using convection by circulating the gas through the copper lines inside of the refrigerator or freezer compartment. The lines, and the gas contained within them, absorb the heat contained in the refrigerator and freezer compartments, and are circulated back outside of the unit. The unit then compresses the refrigerant gas, using a compressor, outside of the refrigerator. As the gas is compressed, it discharges the heat it absorbed inside of the food compartments into the room.
In addition to heat, as a byproduct of the refrigeration process, waste water is created. This is because of the humidity in the air condensing on the racks and walls inside the refrigerator and freezer, and on the refrigerant coils. This waste water is drained beneath the refrigerator into a drain pan. The drain pan is located near the fan and compressor, and uses the heat from these components to aid in evaporation.