Review of Sub-Zero French Door BI36-UFD

[ 0 ] July 12, 2013 |

Sub-Zero 36″ French Door Built-In Refrigerator BI36-UFD

Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center – Your Sub-Zero HQ in SouCal.


Sub-Zero has made 36″ over/under (bottom mount) refrigerator/freezers for many years. So, it's no surprise to see them add a 36″ French door refrigerator/freezer – a over/under refrigerator/freezer with split refrigerator doors. The French door models are a hot commodity these days, so a French door built-in refrigerator from Sub-Zero just makes sense. Not only are the two upper doors popular and stylish, but they provide a practical benefit of offering better refrigerator access where tight spaces don't allow for the swing out of a 36″ wide single refrigerator door. The new 36″ Sub-Zero model BI36-UFD is available in stainless steel with tubular (BI36-UFD/S/TH) or pro handles (BI36-UFD/S/PH) or as an overlay model (BI36-UFD/O).



Sub-Zero BI-36/S/PH


• Dual refrigeration system ensures the freshest food and energy efficiency.

• Electronic microprocessor constantly monitors entire unit to ensure proper food storage environment.

• Air purification system reduces odors, bacteria, viruses and ethylene gas.

• Advanced water filtration system.

• Illuminated touch control panel.

• Bright interior lighting throughout, including storage drawer area.

• Adjustable spill-proof glass shelves, door shelves and dairy compartments.

• Soft-close crisper and deli drawers form a lower temperature zone ideal for produce and meats.

• Easy-access flip-up grille.

• Informational freshness cards.

• Full-extension, roll-out freezer drawer.

• Max ice feature increases production for a 24 hour period.

*FEATURES from Sub-Zero

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