Multi-Temperature Undercounter/Built-in Refrigeration System
Lower Aquisition Costs
Lower Food Costs
Lower Energy Costs
Lower Labor Costs
Greater Food Safety
Versa Drawer™ gives you four units in one, saving you space, lowering your operating costs and increasing productivity in your operation. Each drawer is its own separate compartment and can operate as a refrigerator, a freezer, a thaw cabinet, or a convenience chill unit, independent of the other drawers. Operate any of the drawers in any of the modes, at any time. A simple to use control makes it easy to select the operating mode you want for each drawer. A carefully engineered refrigeration system responds to your command and interacts with each drawer individually. Need to operate all drawers as refrigerators - no problem. Maybe you need two refrigerator drawers and two freezer drawers, just select the modes you need. One refrigerator, one freezer, one thaw, one chiller or any combination... it's all possible with Versa Drawer.
Add Versatility to any Operation!
Each drawer operates in any of (4) functions: refrigerator, freezer, chiller or thaw, adding flexibility.
Adapts to any menu from day to day or hour to hour.
Increased food safety due to no cross contamination from drawer to drawer. Each drawer is contained within its own compartment.
Improved labor efficiencies and decreased food waste.
Save valuable floor space by combining four units into one.
Fewer refrigeration systems means reduced service cost and energy consumption.
Each heavy-duty, full extension drawer is easy to work out of and holds two full size pans.
Alarm notifications and service diagnostics built in.
Available in two drawer or four drawer undercounter models. Also available to be built into Delfield Component Crafted fabrication.
The Delfield Versa Drawer is a unique food holding device that includes an open food container disposed within a refrigerated cabinet such that both the container and interior of the cabinet are exposed to the same refrigerated environment, thereby eliminating the need for conventional dual environment systems which refrigerate food disposed within insulated, closed containers, while maintaining the interior of the cabinet at ambient temperature.