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Alto-Shaam 200-HWIS/D6 Halo Heat Hot Food Well Unit, Drop-In, Electric, 44-3/8"W x 14-15/16"D, (2) 12" x 20" full-size pan capacity (pans NOT included)

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Alto-Shaam 200-HWIS/D6 Halo Heat Hot Food Well Unit, Drop-In, Electric, 44-3/8"W x 14-15/16"D, (2) 12" x 20" full-size pan capacity (pans NOT included)

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Heated Drop In Food Well

Halo Heat® Drop-In Hot Wells offer longer holding capability without the hazards and costs associated with traditional steam wells. A simple electrical hookup is all you need, with no water, plumbing or water related installation or service costs.

The Alto-Shaam 200-HWIS is a hot food holding well with a stainless steel exterior. The hot well includes stainless steel interior walls with coved corners on two sides. The well is controlled by two (2) adjustable thermostats, one for each well, with a range of 1 through 10, each with an indicator light. The thermostat control is attached to the hot well base by a 72" (1829mm) flexible and water tight conduit. The 6-3/8" (162mm) hot well holds 6" (150mm) deep pans and a combination of standard (gastronorm) pan sizes. Four (4) half/third-size pan divider bars are included.

  • Style individual pans
  • Sku 10003115
  • Drain without drain
  • Pan Capacity (2) full size (12" x 20")
  • Height (in.) 9.31
  • Control Type thermostatic
  • 12" x 20" Pan Capacity 2 pans
  • Hotel Pan Capacity (12x20) 2 pans
  • Insulated or Non-Insulated insulated
  • MFR # 200-HWIS/D6
  • Wet or Dry operation dry
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