Featuring a brew-through lid and 3.5 gallon capacity, this BUNN-O-Matic TDO-3.5 iced tea dispenser is perfect for your restaurant's needs. This commercial iced tea dispenser has a Sump dispense valve which assures complete dispensing of tea. These models have plastic oval shaped lids and the faucet handles are labeled sweetened and unsweetened. In addition, the handles are mounted offset for closer side-by-side positioning.
- Dispensers have 3.5 gallon (13.2 liters) capacity.
- Sump dispense valve assures complete dispensing of tea.
- TDO-3.5 models have plastic oval shaped lids.
- Faucet handles are labeled sweetened and unsweetened. Handles are mounted offset for closer side-by-side positioning.
- Features, Options & Specifications Subject to Change Without Notice.
TDO-3.5 Iced Tea Dispenser, oval, brew-through plastic lid, side handles, 3.5 gallon capacity, for use with TB3Q-LP brewer, faucet indicates sweetened or unsweetened tea.
*The warranty will not be honored for residential or non-commercial use of any Commercial Equipment.
BUNN-O-Matic 37100.0000 SpecificationsPDF Spec Sheet
|Category||Tea Brewers & Dispensers|
|Also Known As||TDO-3.5, 37100.0000, TDO-3.5, 371000000, 37100-0000, BUNTDO3, 234TDO35|
BUNN-O-Matic 37100.0000 Customer Reviews
"My wife and I have been concerned about all of the chemicals in plastics, so we needed a way to keep our iced tea without the fear of chemicals leaching into our foods. We searched for stainless steel pitchers, but could not find one that would fit our needs. This is actually better as we can make 3 1/2 gallons of tea at once, which we will go through in about two days."
"This is a great tea dispenser, which I bought for home use to store my green tea in the fridge so I wouldn't have to keep making it every day. It is excellent in every day EXCEPT one... I just wish the spout would retain the liquid better because every time I fill up a glass, there is some liquid remaining up in the spout - and unless I want it to drip down into my fridge, I have to stick my finger up there and get it to come out, then wipe the remaining away with a small paper towel. This is the only way I found to keep the tea from eventually dripping inside my fridge after I close the door."