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  1. #1
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    We have 45 refrigerated truck boxes for sale. Several of our customers have bought these units for outdoor freezers. They were use by Schwann's as ice cream delivery trucks. They have 3hp R-502 and R-404A systems with Dole Plate evaporators. These units require a 30 amp 208/230 volt single phase power supply. When started the units will reach a temperature of aproximately -25f (they can reach -35f with the proper control settings)in 8-10 hours and hold a temperature of 0f or colder for up to 3 days without restarting. For those of you not familiar with Dole Plate refrigeration, the plates are filled with a brine solution and act the same way as ice packs absorbing heat as they melt. They have 8 lockable doors as well as separated compartments. (the separations can be removed) The attraction that our customers have seen is that they can be set outside for extra storage and since they are not attached to the building they do not affect their property taxes. We have 10 foot, 12 foot and 14 foot units. Prices range between $3500.00 and $5500.00 (Can) depending on unit age, condition and size. All units are thoroughly checked and brought down to temperature before shipping. Information on these units can be found at http://www.johnsontruckbodies.com . These units sell for $28000.00 to $32000.00 US new. Most units are 1995-1999 models. For pictures or more information contact me at (NO EMAIL ADDRESSES) or 1-204-325-2487

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    Sorry about that, i didnt notice the no email rule.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;1283754
    We have 45 refrigerated truck boxes for sale. Several of our customers have bought these units for outdoor freezers. They were use by Schwann's as ice cream delivery trucks. They have 3hp R-502 and R-404A systems with Dole Plate evaporators. These units require a 30 amp 208/230 volt single phase power supply. When started the units will reach a temperature of aproximately -25f (they can reach -35f with the proper control settings)in 8-10 hours and hold a temperature of 0f or colder for up to 3 days without restarting. For those of you not familiar with Dole Plate refrigeration, the plates are filled with a brine solution and act the same way as ice packs absorbing heat as they melt. They have 8 lockable doors as well as separated compartments. (the separations can be removed) The attraction that our customers have seen is that they can be set outside for extra storage and since they are not attached to the building they do not affect their property taxes. We have 10 foot, 12 foot and 14 foot units. Prices range between $3500.00 and $5500.00 (Can) depending on unit age, condition and size. All units are thoroughly checked and brought down to temperature before shipping. Information on these units can be found at http://www.johnsontruckbodies.com . These units sell for $28000.00 to $32000.00 US new. Most units are 1995-1999 models. For pictures or more information contact me at (NO EMAIL ADDRESSES) or 1-204-325-2487

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    Misuse of the junk yard

  5. #5
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    wow..........good post

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    Can someone, hopefully the site administrator, explain the difference between this thread and the one with a 100$ air handler, or the 40-50$ cameras?
    Some people know the cost of everything but the value of nothing.

  7. #7
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    That was my thoughts. It is refrigeration equipment. (not to mention a post that is 4 months old)

    Admin has seen this post and nothing was mentioned to me except the fact that i wrongly posted me email address.

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    I don't get it at all. What is the problem of posting about freezers? Are they priced in canadian? I noticed that you put Ca in front of the price. THanks Tom

  9. #9
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    Yep thats in canuck bucks my friend.
    I think we have around 20 left if anyone is interested.
    I have one set aside that i am going to convert to a cooler/freezer when i have time. If anyone wants pics lemme know. I think i even have em on photobucket already.

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