SUMMIT BIM44ADA is an auto defrost icemaker designed for use under ADA compliant counters.
Automatic defrost makes maintenance simple and stress-free, while the BIM44ADA's front-breathing cooling system and fully finished sides allow built-in or freestanding use in 15" wide cutouts. This unit is 32 3/8" height to fit under counters following ADA guidelines. NOTE: The hinge cap reaches a height of 33". If you are installing this unit under an ADA compliant counter, be sure to create a notch sized to accommodate the hinge cap.
The BIM44ADA can make up to 44 pounds of clear cube-shaped ice, with an adjustable bin capacity that can temporarily hold up to 25 pounds. This unit must be used with a drain. An optional pump is available for purchase.
The BIM44ADA has a jet black cabinet with user-reversible stainless steel door (LHD is default door swing; specify upon ordering for RHD). A curved towel bar handle is included.
This unit is NSF listed for use in commercial establishments.
- 32 3/8" height fits under lower ADA compliant counters
- Automatic defrost saves on user maintenance
- Flexible design allows built-in or freestanding use
- Slim 15" width fits any tight spot
- Stainless steel door includes professional towel bar handle
- NSF listed for commercial use
|Ext Depth with Handle
|Interior Height 1
|Interior Width 1
|Interior Depth 1
||115 V AC/60 Hz
|US Electrical Safety
|Canadian Electrical Safety
|Height to Hinge Cap
|Depth with door at 90°
|High Side PSI
|Low Side PSI
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Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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