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Powerful, intense cooling
Unsurpassed in terms of performance, flawless function (even when inclined) and perfectly suitable for large cooling containers. Compressor coolers such as the WAECO CF-80 provide excellent cooling results even at high outside temperatures. They can be operated worldwide with almost any airborne or landline. Due to their low power consumption, they are ideal for use with solar energy.
WAECO Cool Freeze CF80 - way better than average!
The large-sized CF-80 provides 79 liters of cooling volume. -18°C can be achieved and this regardless of the ambient temperature and at low power consumption. The compressor coolers can easily be transported due to their sturdy carrying handles. Standard version comes with indoor lighting and wire basket.
  • Net capacity: approx. 79 liters
  • Temperature range: +10°C to -18°C
  • Power consumption:
    • 0.65 Ah / h at +20°C ambient temperature
    • 1.19 Ah / h at +32°C ambient temperature
    • both at +5°C interior temperature
  • Material
    • Cabinet: coated sheet steel
    • Upper and lower part: PP
    • Lid: PE
  • Dimensions: 790 x 455 x 500 mm
  • Weight: around 31 kg
  • regular and deep-freezing possible
  • 12/24V DC and 100 - 240V AC
  • CF special electronics with soft start and turbo cooler
  • Sturdy lid locks and hinges
  • Interior Lighting
  • Vertical space for standing 2-liter bottles
  • Removable wire basket


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