Chocolate Fountains Cfo Brand New

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CFO Brand 7 tiers Commercial chocolate Fountain

Model: CF42A

Height: 105 cm   


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1 pc into Carton Packing  


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Model: CF 30 A

110-240 V 50/60 Hz 230 W

150 W Heater + 80 W Motor

Fountain Size: 70 cm H x 33 cm W

Long time working over 12 hours

Adjustable Temperature control

Capacity 4-5 kgs hold



Model: CF42A

Operating voltage: 220-240V~ 50/60Hz


Total: Height 105cm

Diameter: 43cm



Ideal for coffee shops,cafes and restaurants

7 Layers Chocolate Fountain with Stainless Steel

Hold up 6Kg of Chocolates

Serve to 60-150 persons

200W Heating power, quickly Heating Up

Auger system with motor drive directly, Low noise

Professional industrial reliable motor for long lasting work

Detachable basin, Easy Clean

Easy to set up and operate. 

Improved Chocolate Fountain, No Leak!

304 Food Grade Stainless Steel material, Safety!

Operates with Minimum chocolate to start,Save





Q1: I have many stainless steel appliances that need major cleaning. What is the best cleaner or home remedy?

A: Stainless steel kitchen appliances look best when they're clean and shiny. To clean tough stains and cooking grease, and give them a dazzling shine, try the same detergent you would use when washing the dishes. One formulated to cut grease works especially well. This also works well for general kitchen cleaning. Waterless hand soap also works great as a polish, simply rub on, and polish - no rinsing...


Q2: Does cold weather affect kitchen appliances?

A: As long as they are kept above 40 degrees, it will not cause harm.


Q3: How to use kitchen small appliance of 220V/50Hz in US?

A: It sounds like you need a transformer circuit ran to the area you will be using the appliances.


Q4: How to get rid of rust on cooking appliances?

A: The simplest is to use WD-40 and a little bit of steel wool. Once the rust is gone, clean the base metal with mineral spirits and then paint. If you don't paint, the rust will come right back.

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