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POU Water Cooler, Counter, Hot/Cold, Elect
- Item # 45K997
- Mfr. Model # PCMV-1000N
- UNSPSC # 48101711
- Catalog Page # 3815
- Shipping Weight 44.0 lbs.
- Item Point of Use Water Cooler
- Type Countertop
- Water Temp. Hot and Cold
- Design Electronic
- Voltage 120
- Amps AC 5.2
- Connection 1/4"
- Construction Metal Powder Coated Sides, Metal Frame, ABS Front and Top
- Reservoir 304 Stainless Steel, 1.2 Gallons with 0.5 Gallons Chilled and 0.5 Gallons Hot
- Height (In.) 20
- Width (In.) 11-13/16
- Depth (In.) 16-1/2
- Color White
- Includes Ultraviolet Cooling Tank Bio-Film Control, Solid State UV Bulb and Sleeve Assembly, Internal Filter Mounting Bracket, Push Button Electronic dispensing with Safety hot Feature, Adjustable Cold Control, LED Indicator Panel, Solid State Circuit Board with
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