At just under 34 inches tall, this forced air bottle cooler from True is designed to fit under your bar or countertop. With two sliding lids on the top of the unit for easy access and three bin dividers for optimal organization, the TD-50-18 can hold up to 24 cases of 12-ounce cans or 161⁄2 cases of 12-ounce bottles. This horizontal bottle cooler keeps products chilled at 33 to 38 degrees Fahrenheit and has Ecomate insulation foamed-in-place throughout the structure. For your convenience, it also comes with a removable bottle opener and cap catcher.
- Horizontal bottle cooler with forced air cooling
- Capacity: 161⁄2 cases of 12 oz. bottles; 24 cases of 12 oz. cans
- Two sliding lids allow for easy product access
- Self-contained capillary tube system uses 134A refrigerant
- Oversized refrigeration system ensures temperatures of 33 to 38 degrees F
- Bottles on top are cooled first with positively-guided airflow
- Evaporator coil runs length of unit for consistent temperatures
- Condensing unit slides out from behind front for maintenance
- Foamed-in-place Ecomate throughout unit provides insulation
- Barrel locks come standard for product protection
- Includes removable bottle cap opener and catcher
- Exterior: black aluminum back; stainless steel countertop and lids; black vinyl sides and front
- Interior: galvanized steel with 3 PVC-coated bin dividers, adjustable
- 115 V/60 Hz/1-ph, NEMA 5-15P plug and 7-ft. cord included
- Overall Dimensions: 495⁄8 in. W x 29 in. D (including cap catcher) x 333⁄8 in. H
- cULus and CE Listed; NSF Certified
Bottle Cooler, flat top, (16.5cs) 12oz bottles or (24cs) 12oz can capacity, stainless steel counter top & (2) lids, barrel locks standard, well design, galvanized interior, black vinyl exterior, (3) PVC coated adjustable bin dividers, removable bottle cap opener & cap catcher, 1/3 HP, 115v/60/1, 8.8 amps, 7' cord, NEMA 5-15P, UL, CSA, UL EPH Classified, CE, MADE IN USA
*The warranty will not be honored for residential or non-commercial use of any Commercial Equipment.
True Refrigeration TD-50-18 SpecificationsPDF Spec Sheet
|Also Known As||TD-50-18, TRUE TD-50-18, TRUTD5018, 890TD5018, TD5018, TD-50-18-LT|
|Number of Dividers||3|
|Specialty Options||Bottle Opener|
|Specialty Options||Door Locks|
|Specialty Options||Insulated Doors|
|Warranty||3 year parts & labor; 5 year compressor|
|Warranty||3 yr P&L / 5 yr compressor|
True Refrigeration TD-50-18 Customer Reviews
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"Hello, Please consider for product improvement to True underbar bottle coolers.. 1, Cooler interior rear side is not flat (don't stack properly)..."
Not Her Deal said...
"Hello, Please consider for product improvement to True underbar bottle coolers.. 1, Cooler interior rear side is not flat (don't stack properly). 2. Cooler bin dividers too wide (allow bottle caps to fit through/spillage).. 3. Drain difficult to clean. Your True under bar coolers are designed with the rear interior of the cooler not flat, this causes products such as bottles to not stack properly. nearly every shift! Also, the dividers between the cooler bins are just wide enough to allow bottle caps to fit through them after they fall over from not stacking properly because of the aforementioned issue of the interior rear not being flat. Shouldn't the dividers be just small enough to NOT allow bottle caps to fit through?! So the falling product makes for extra work to keep restacking, also increased spillage when the bottles fall. If the bottles fall and go through the divider the cap is at risk of coming off when the bottle is pulled back through the divider. Once again, this causes spillage. How to clean the spillage? Pull ALL the bottles out to clean the bottom of the cooler! That's more work, only to clean it and get it stacked again, and then have it happen again, over and over again. Your coolers are TRULY poorly designed. I can not recommend them, and will shop for brands that are designed in a more efficient manner and practical for staff. Also, the drain is too close to the side wall, making it difficult to get a full size plunger on it. So a small plunger is required, but even a small plunger is too big to get on top of it properly. Also, the drain does not go straight down to below the cooler, it makes turns on it's way out. This increases clog areas, and makes draining more difficult. A shorter run, straight drain that goes straight down would be beneficial because it would have a shorter run, and also would not go against gravity. Also, a pipe tube brush could be used to clean it if it was a straight drain, in addition to or instead of a plunger. A"