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Rhino Black Glass Sliding 2 Door Bar Fridge Energy Efficient LG Compressor
Rhino Back Bar 2 Sliding Glass Door Bar Fridge Model SG2S-B
Rhino 2 Sliding Glass Door Bar Fridge Model SG2S-B angle
Rhino 2 Sliding Glass Door Bar Fridge Model SG2S-B light
Rhino 2 Sliding Glass Door Bar Fridge Model SG2S-B shelf
Rhino 2 Sliding Glass Door Bar Fridge Model SG2S-B lock
Rhino 2 Sliding Glass Door Bar Fridge Model SG2S-B controller
Rhino 2 Sliding Glass Door Bar Fridge Model SG2S-B lock
Rhino 2 Sliding Glass Door Bar Fridge Model SG2S-B front
Rhino 2 Sliding Glass Door Bar Fridge Model SG2S-B angle
Rhino 2 Sliding Glass Door Bar Fridge Model SG2S-B clips
Unique patented saddle wine shelving available, soft rubber cradles and can move sideways meaning easy to fit all sizes, add in options next to images
See to right of pics to add Wine Shelving as option
Rhino 2 Sliding Glass Door Bar Fridge Model SG2S-B wine2
Rhino 2 Sliding Glass Door Bar Fridge Model SG2S-B wine angle
Lets look at the nuts and bolts!
Rhino glass 2 sliding door back bar fridge. Units encompass the best brand name parts available in the world, designed by the best engineers and built by a quality long term manufacturer, to bring a reliable product to the market.
Proper commercial units that chill well to 1-2oC no problems in 38oC, great commercial pub fridge or use in under cover alfresco.
|BRAND PARTS USED:||
LG Compressor , EBM German Energy Saving EC Fan runs 70% Cheaper , Meanwell Transformer From Taiwan , Quality China Electronic Controller and Sensors and Philips LED Lighting (Same Factory)
|PEACE OF MIND|
Rhino has long been a world leader in commercial refrigeration and are now number 1 in energy efficiency technologies, it's why they are the preferred supplier to large corporate groups like Heineken and Fosters Group.
Meps , SAA Electrical , EMC (C-Tick) and Green Sense Plus Accredited
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Rhino quality fridges are designed to chill well, chill fast and with lowest energy consumption. The brand name parts mean longevity and reliability.
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Checkout the Green Sense Plus website, this gives some great info on the market domination of Rhino GSP accredited units, see www.greensenseplus.com.au
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Very stable pub/club type unit that also have home application options with quiet fan alterations, extremely versatile and well built.
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The energy consumption savings can be quite substantial, in recent testing we conducted we purchased 1 fridge form all suppliers and tested in certified test room at 25o and 40oC, the results were quite scary, with some other brands costing over $600 more
|ENERGY SAVING FEATURES:||
Cyclopentane foaming , German energy saving EBM fans , LED lighting , LOWE glass and R600 100% ozone safe gas
Yes (4 adjustable feet)
Sliding Doors Self Closing
4 x Adjustable Chromed Special 'No Topple' Shelves (385mmW x 345mmD)
|WHAT FITS IN:|
Standard 375ml cans:
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This fridge will cost you
to run per year*.
*Based on 25.64 cents per kilowatt under normal operating conditions
Energy consumption is probably one of the most important factors in buying a glass door fridge, due to the nature of being a ‘glass door’ it is not uncommon for 2 x fridges that ‘look’ the same to have up to 4 x times the difference in power consumption.
One area that confuses here is that glass door drinks fridges are classified as ‘commercial’, meaning they do not require energy consumption labels. This makes it hard for the consumer to try to compare as there is no ‘set’ way to advertise power consumption unless the units have had MEPS testing done and results then show online. MEPS is usually only done when food needs to be stored in the fridges, it’s an expensive test but to advertise units as OK for food storage it has to be done. If units are only being advertised and sold as ‘drinks fridges’ then MEPS is not required, meaning that anyone can import a fridge and sell as a drinks fridge with NO requirement to abide by any energy consumption standard. This means there are so many units that draw plenty of energy and no way for the average punter to know.
The parts that draw the most power are mainly the compressor, lighting and fans, so with these 3 things you can focus on consumption based on what is used. Generally brand name parts are better rated than cheaper no name fans and compressors. Lighting other than LED will draw more, LED is long lasting and reliable and is commonly used now in a lot of fridges.
Although parts play a major factor, the function and ‘refrigeration balance’ of the unit also dictates a lot in how much energy is used. A fridge that is ‘balanced’ well will chill quicker and hence draw less energy, a fridge poorly designed will need to run more to get to temperature. You will find a lot of cheaper units can’t handle ‘hotter ambient’ temperatures, they struggle and run for much longer to get to desired temperature, hence can use extraordinary amounts of energy. Some of the tests we have done on other units in market in our test room were frightening!
After doing this since 1996, I have learnt so much and I can honestly say that 90% of factories in China really have no idea what they are doing in regard to ‘balancing fridge systems’ with correct compressor and correct sized parts to suit the units to run efficiently.
So in short there really is a difference between fridges that look the same. You need units proven to chill in higher temperatures at a good rate, saving working time on parts and energy consumption and $$$.
What is condensation and how might it effect my fridge?
Did you know that glass door fridges form condensation (water) on the outside of the glass in areas with high humidity? This not only gives a bad look, but can cause water to form on your hardwood floor, causing irreparable damage or making tiled floors dangerously slippery.
Not a lot of people realise this when buying a glass door fridge as really in the past glass door was only used for commercial refrigeration in shops and stores etc. But now with the ever growing renovation boom and alfresco area take off glass door fridges are becoming an edition all houses have and need.
Condensation forms basically when there is water in the air (humidity), and because the interior of a fridge is cold, the glass becomes cold too, and this combined with humid weather outside the fridge causes water to form, like in the early mornings you see inner house windows fog up, the glass is still so cold from outside that the water forms on inside.
Now to give you an idea of what’s around these days as not many try to combat this problem at all, I have made some basic notes;
- Normal dual glazed (2 x panes) fridges with just normal glass will start to condensate in about 50-55% humidity, this is market standard and these will pour water in anything over 65-70% humidity.
- Triple glazed units work better as the front pane doesn’t get as cold because we have 3 x layers not 2, so generally 60-65% is pretty good before condensation starts to form.
- Then we move into LOW E glass, this is a special coating that goes on the glass that reflects heat rays 70% better, it basically keeps cold in better and assists in keeping outer glass warmer. Mostly LOW E will achieve up to 70-75% before condensation starts to form.
- Argon Gas Fill – This process is in a lot of units and helps protect front glass from getting cold as it provides a layer in between the 2 x panes of gas, this combines with any of the above will help a minimum of another 5% before humidity forms.
- Heated Glass – The only way to 100% stop condensation on glass is heated glass. This uses a film that is electrically charged at low voltage with power of about 50-65Watt, so this actually at a minimum doubles the energy consumption of the unit, most are 3 times the energy. This can however stop condensation on the body or door frame which is also very, very common.
- Condensation on the body and door frame is very common in cheaper units. Foaming processes of inner body insulation are very slap happy in a lot of factories and a poor foaming job can cause all sorts of condensation issues, especially if the unit is stainless steel. Coldness can still get from fridge to parts of door frame and sides of fridge, this can then condensate just the same way that glass can, so it’s important to ensure your supplier also has this covered. There are ways to combat that by having the hot pipe part of condenser channelled through the inner walls.
So that was a brief lesson on condensation, so people don’t get caught out not realising what they are buying, especially in areas north of Sydney, Gold Coast and Far North Queensland where humidity is constant at 90% or above for a lot of the year.
Definitely our biggest complaint over the years is noise levels. The recent new trend of having glass door refrigeration is popular but a lot of people really do not know what they are buying, as it was never really an available product for home applications 10 years ago.
Now that it is very popular you have to be wary of the location you are placing it and what noise levels it does run at. Everyone’s perception of noise is different and so it makes it difficult to explain noise. A common metric is the ‘Decibel Rating’ known as dB, this gives a figure that can be compared to other appliances to help get an idea. The scale is very odd to understand as about 25dB is actually nearly silent, 36>43dB is a household fridge, yet only 55dB is like a microwave. See the chart we compiled using basic household items in 5 x different homes and taking the medium.
As you can see a hair dryer is 80dB, now that is loud, very loud, yet room noise is only 30dB, this is a room with nothing on or going, basically nothing.
Domestic fridges can range from 36 to 43 depending on brand and compressor and age, an older fridge often runs with a noise that you just get used to, but most are no more than 43dB.
We have a lot of units that we specially fit 12V quiet (silent) fans to, these are from an Austrian company and run silent at 20-29dB, really making noise levels very low. We also have more commercial type quiet fans that run at 39dB compared to standard commercial fridge fans at 55dB. As you can see from the chart the difference between 39dB and 55dB is huge.
There are many variables that can alter the noise level of your fridge, we have talked about fans but the main compressor can also be the part that causes the grief. Depending on compressor type or size they can still run from 39dB>55dB, so even with quiet fans you may still have times of higher levels of noise during run times. Other variables are things like the room the unit is located in, a ‘hard’ room with hard wood floors will reverberate noise much more than a soft cushiony type carpeted room. The cavity where the fridge sits can also cause more noise enhancement so little things like ‘lining’ the rear wall with foam or sitting the fridge on a rubber mat can also make a difference. Triple glazed and solid door units also keep inner noise contained and units with plenty of space ‘in front’ of them can also be slightly less noisy - this allows the noise to dissipate into the environment.
Alfresco fridges used outdoors work extremely hard and build up a lot of heat during normal cycling up/down in hotter ambient temperatures. What this means is that bigger fans are needed to expel the extra heat in a timely manner so the unit can run efficient while chilling, so in general alfresco units will be louder because of this reason. We can alter fan system in these too quieter, but quieter means slower RPM (Revs Per Minute) and less air movement making it take longer to get units down to temperature, hence more power consumption. So we can make units quieter and they are still ok but the trade-off is more energy consumption.
This same principle applies to commercial units which often have many door openings and high usage so quicker chilling function is better for units in harsh applications.
So anything is possible and we do plenty in this area to make units as quiet as possible and to offer options, there are just all these things to consider before you make such a high $$$ purchase.
A built in fridge adds a touch of class
|Cavity dimensions||Minimum ventilation|
|Width: 920mm||Each side: 10mm|
|Depth: 565mm||Rear: 50mm|
|Height: 850mm||Top: 10mm|
2 years parts and labour included
You can extend the the included warranty to a total of 5 years parts and labour
2 years parts and labour
We come to you. This is not a back to base warranty and not a parts only warranty. We cover all parts and labour costs involved with fixing your fridge.
Compressor cover for 5 years
You receive all the benefits of our basic warranty along with the added benefit of having your compressor covered for 5 years. The compressor is the main working part of the fridge.
5 years parts and labour
This is our top level cover and covers you for 5 years on all benefits provided by our basic and extended warranty options. In addition to that, you also receive the following benefits:
We have a safeguard in place for when your product suffers greatly from electrical interference.
21 day repair guarantee
It’s a promise we always keep. We’ll have your product back in your hands within 21 days, or we’ll replace it.
Wear and tear
All products can be affected by wear and tear. But don’t worry, you’re covered.
No lemon guarantee
If you’re unlucky enough to have three failures of the same component and a fourth occurs, relax. We’ll simply replace it.
This is a real bonus. You can increase the value of your gift or sale by transferring your cover to the new owner.
Here’s a fresh idea. If your fridge or freezer loses its cool, we’ll replace all your food.