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Grindmaster Cecilware 3 gal Slim Stainless Steel Push-Lever Tea Urn

Stock No.: 11342 Vendor Part No.: GTD3-C GTD3-C Brand: Grindmaster Cecilware
Price:  C$ 150.00
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  • Compact design fits in half the space of traditional urn, saving valuable counter space
  • Fits most competitors' brewers
  • Tall faucet height for ease of use
  • No liner required
  • Holds 3 gallons to accommodate your busiest service times

The small footprint of this 3 gallon iced tea urn fits in half the space of traditional tea urns, saving valuable counter space. It fits most competitors' brewers, and the Crathco® spigot allows for easy one-handed operation. The tall faucet height accommodates tall iced tea glasses and large carryout cups. Stainless steel construction and faucet connection is easy to clean, and front and rear laser-welded stainless steel handles make transport easy. An unobtrusive black plastic lid protects the contents from dust and other contaminants, ensuring your guests enjoy a fresh iced beverage. No liner is required, but the urn is specially designed to resist corrosion that could result from strongly brewed teas. NSF listed.

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Stock No. 11342
Brand Grindmaster Cecilware
VPN GTD3-C
Case Pack 1
Material Stainless Steel
Length 13.5"
Width 6"
Height 22"
Volume Capacity 3.0 Gal
Certifications NSF

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