Gelato display DLT80
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Gelato display cabinet
The rear air intake allows the application of completely closed front panels without ventilation grilles.
Frontal and upper glass
Low-E coated heated glass. Heated laminated side glasses.
Closing system with slides in transparent methacrylate with easy sliding system
Night closure system with insulated panels that interact with the controller deactivating defrosting. This allows important energy savings and perfect gelato preservation.
Perfect coupling with the refrigerated display cabinets of the DPN-C series
Steel cabinet base with adjustable feet. Wheels optional.
DLT80 can be aligned with the display cabinet series FLT80, DPN80 and SNK80-A both in depth (80 cm) and in height (117 and 135 cm).
Perfect alignment to the drop-in series thanks to the total height from the ground of 117 cm and the depth of only 80 cm.
The rear air intake allows the application of completely closed front panels - without ventilation grilles - achieving seamless designs.
Dual Temperature, Twin display set-up
Low temperature -18 °C
Both sections work at low temperature with two different set points.
Low temperature -18 °C and medium temperature +4 °C
Thanks to the Dual Temperature option each of the two independent zones can work both at low and medium temperature
Medium temperature +4 °C
Both sections work at medium temperature with two different set points.
Gelato preservation in the showcase
The double digital control unit allows indipendent setting of the two sections with a difference of max 8 °C between them.
The covers for the night mode function can be placed in the specific housing so that they are always at hand.
Gelato is displayed in tubs or trays.
Gelato is stored under the lids.
The night mode preservation system is automatically activated when the cover lids are placed in the slot above the display area. Magnetic sensors detect the presence of the lids and adapt defrosting cycles to turn the display into a storage unit, with huge benefits in terms of operations and energy-savings.
Glass structure configurations