Propane cooler that runs on propane, 12 volt dc vehicle current or 110 volt ac household current. Never need ice again! Great for solar applications as it can run directly off the solar panels.
- Measurements 17.7"H x 19.7"W x 16.5"L
- Weight 38.5 pounds
- LP Gas
- 120 volt household current
- 12 volt dc vehicle current
- Great for solar applications
- Made in China
- Cools to 45 ° below ambient temperature
- Not for use in an enclosed space such as a tent or trailer. Always use proper ventilation please... we do not like dead customers.
- Hooks up to a regular 20 pound propane tank (or larger). Does not use the small disposable propane canisters.
- Uses only 1/2 pound of propane per day
- Features a window in the back where to view the flame
- Pre-chill foods for best results
- When in transit, use 12 volt vehicle power, NEVER use propane while going down the road.
- Never use more than one power source at one time (propane, 12 volt or 110 volt household ac)
- Clearances : 6 inches behind and 20 inches above
- Features magnetic gaskets for solid seal
- When using propane, unit must be level (has easy-to-see leveling bubble built in).
- When using propane or 12 volt dc, there is no temperature regulation.
- Test lines for leaks with soapy water after every hookup
SHIPPING EXPLAINED : Many of our customers are in remote or inaccessible locations and freight companies cannot make direct deliveries. For these customers, we ship to the nearest freight terminal and the customer makes their pick up there. These remote customers are often already familiar with this system from other purchases. Terminal delivery is what the base shipping fee of $175 covers. If an 18 wheeled semi cannot get in and out of your street to make delivery, you must use the shipping terminal option.
We can sometimes arrange further shipment on a separate leg. For customers that have large-truck acces, we offer two choices; delivery to a commercial location for $125 or to a residence for $199. If we cannot arrange shipment to the home/business, that part of the cost will be refunded in full and the customer must pick up the unit at their freight terminal. Returns are not accepted for this reason, be able to pick up at the freight terminal in all instances.
The customer is responsible for knowing if a truck can make it in and out of their street, NOT the shipping company. If the shipping company has attempted and failed to make delivery due to restricted access and the customer has paid for home or commercial delivery, the shipping company will rightfully still demand payment for their time and effort. There will not be a refund of shipping costs and the customer will still be responsible for pickup.
Returns for refunds are not accepted because home/commercial delivery is unavailable for any reason. A home office is NOT a commercial location. Delivery to home or office is curbside. The shipping company cannot take your propane refrigerator into the building for you. Customers should be ready to move the unit with a handtruck or other means from the curb to where it needs to be.
The Bottom Line On Shipping: No matter what, you must have the ability to pick your purchase up at the freight terminal... and be prepared to do so if other shipping options fall through!