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Turbo Air M3 Series 1 Door Sandwich Prep Table

M3 Series sandwich prep table; Single section; Self contained; 7 cubic feet; 43 1/2" overall height with casters; Stainless steel interior & exterior except inside wall & back; (1) polyethylene coated wire shelf; Recessed door handle; Holds temp at 33° to 39°F; (8) standard 1/6 size 4" deep condiment pans included; Single hood; 5" swivel casters; 2 year parts & labor warranty; 5 year compressor warranty; NSF certified
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Is this ETL Sanitation Listed?

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Yes, this Turbo Air sandwhich prep table is ETL & NSF listed.
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What is the Watts on this unit, MST-28?

I see voltage, horse power, amps... but no watts
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This sandwich prep table uses 759 watts. Amps = Watts/Volts (6.6 Amps = 759 Watts / 115 Volts).
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