With its 2,100-watt output, the Sharp R25JTF heavy-duty commercial microwave oven is built for volume use and speed cooking. Designed for busy kitchens where speed and efficiency are essential, stackability brings added convenience, while rugged construction equals the exceptional value that's built to last. The Heavy-Duty series offers a range of wattage output to avoid purchasing units that are over or underpowered. This allows kitchens to be outfitted to specific cooking needs and ultimately keeps electricity costs down.
These R25JTF Heavy-Duty Commercial Microwave Ovens are packed with features: For starters, the large (0.7 cubic foot) interior of this Sharp model can easily accommodate a half-sized steam table pan with plenty of room for proper handling. Four power output capabilities (standard on all Sharp, heavy-duty ovens) enable customization and optimal cooking time. Plus, durable latch handles, the ability to stack multiple units, high-quality stainless steel interiors and exteriors, and more.
- 3-Stage Programming
- Select From 2 Audible Tones
- Double Quantity Button
- Express Defrost
- Counter Check
- Lighted Digital Display
|Capacity (Cu. Ft.)
|Output Power (IEC)
|Variable Power Levels
|Cavity Dimensions (w x h x d)
||13" x 7-1/8" x 13"
|Unit Dimensions (w x h x d)
||20-1/8" x 13-1/4" x 18-1/2"
|Unit Weight (lbs)
|Ship Weight (lbs)
||230/208V, 60 Hz, 3.2kW, 14.5A @230V, 15.5A @208V
|Limited Warranty / Parts & Labor + Magnetron
||3 Year / 3 Year + 3 Year Mag Part (On Site)
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