Cecilware SD1 1 Gallon Heated Syrup Dispenser - 120V, 53W
- Holds up to 1 gallon of heated syrup
- Maintains temperature of 125 degrees Fahrenheit to prevent syrup from crystallizing
- All plastic, self-closing faucet
- 120V; 53W
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|Grindmaster Cecilware SD-1 Specs|
|Width||7 1/2 Inches|
|Depth||10 1/2 Inches|
|Number of Compartments||1|
|Temperature||125 Degrees F|
|Type||Hot Beverage / Hot Topping Dispenser|
Grindmaster Cecilware SD-1 Details
Before an early morning meeting or day of traveling, your guests want a hot breakfast, and there is nothing better than sweet, hot syrup over fresh pancakes, waffles, or French toast! This Cecilware SD1 heated syrup dispenser holds up to 1 gallon of heated syrup at a constant temperature of 125 degrees Fahrenheit. At this temperature, syrup will stay thick and warm, but will not crystallize.
This syrup dispenser features a beautifully finished, stainless steel body with a "hot syrup" graphic printed on the front. Its black plastic faucet is self-closing, which prevents drips from making a sticky mess on your countertop. This syrup warmer requires a 120V, 53W electrical connection.
Width: 7 1/2"
Depth (faucet included): 10 1/2"
Capacity: 1 gallon
This unit comes with a NEMA 5-15P plug.
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I really ike this for our breakfast buffet. It doesn't draw much power and takes a few minutes to warm up an entire gallon. Also, it leaks a bit of syrup out from around the hole that was drilled for the spigot. All in all, its still the best way to keep a supply of warm syrup.
Joel L. Posted on 12/15/2016
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