Imbera (VR06) 22

Imbera (VR06) 22" Wide Countertop Refrigerator featuring One Glass Door (Energy Star®)


Self-Contained Glass I Door Countertop Cooler 5 cu. ft. (1) Double pane hinged glass door Interior LED lighting White interior and black exterior cabinet with black trim (3) Adjustable wire shelves Electronic temperature control and fan motors CFC and HFC Free Energy Star

Additional Information


LED lighting standard, Energy Star Rated, High efficency Glass Doors, Low Maintenance Condenser, electronic fan motors, electronic Temperature Controller, cyclopentane insulation, Steel exterior.


Brilliant illumination of product proven to entice purchases- LED lasts 10 years before needed replacement- no heat signature which aids in overall cooling of product, Argon filled double pane glass doors further insulate cabinet adn prevent sweating of door, No fin condensers do not allow for dirt and debris to adhere to condenser which extends life of compressor and saves energy, Uses fraction of energy required by shaded pole motor, Maintains temperature based on surrounding conditions- self adjusting to the right temperature, CFC and HFC free- Cyclopentane is a eco-friendly and high efficiency insulator, Heavy duty 24 gauge pre-painted steel exterior provides years of durability.

Capacity 5.1
Depth 26.1
Height 36.8
Width 21.1
Phase 1
Amperage 2.5 amps
Brand Imbera
Voltage 115V
Compressor HP 1/8 HP
Compressor Location Bottom
Door Type Glass
Opening Style Hinge
Number of Shelves 3
Refrigerator Type Self Contained
Certifications CE, cULus, ENERGY STAR, NSF, UL
Warranty 3 year parts and Labor Warranty, 5 year compressor
Lighting LED
Weight 137.0 lb
Number of Doors 1
Number of Sections 1


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