Summit Medical
Medical & Scientific Refrigeration


  • 32 inch height fits under lower ADA compliant counters
  • Factory-installed lock provides security you can count on
  • Perfectly sized to fit under counters and in tight 24 inch spaces
  • Alarm warns of temperature variations while providing a digital display of interior temperature
  • Flexible design allows built-in or freestanding use
  • Fully featured for use in medical and laboratory settings
  • Commercially approved for use in foodservice establishments

AccuCold by Summit Appliance offers the MED Series all-refrigerators, a complete line that comes fully featured for stabilized temperature performance for use in medical, scientific, pharmaceutical, and laboratory institutions.

Sized with a 24" footprint and 32" height, the FF7LBIMEDADA is perfect for facilities meeting ADA compliant guidelines for lower counter height. This model is front-breathing for built-in installation but can also be used freestanding. The door includes a factory installed lock and a NIST calibrated temperature alarm that provides a current and high/low temperature readout. This unit includes a hospital grade 'green dot' cord for added safety in high traffic environments and a preinstalled probe hole for users to connect their own monitoring equipment.

Inside, the FF7LBIMEDADA uses automatic defrost to lower user maintenance. SUMMIT's unique "hidden" evaporator is set behind the rear wall. An internal fan is included for even temperature distribution. The generous 5.5 cu.ft. storage capacity and flat door liner can accommodate large trays with dimensions of 19 1/2" x 16." A rocker switch to turn the interior light on and off is located just behind the adjustable thermostat for additional convenience.

User-friendly and commercially approved, the FF7LBIMEDADA fits well in any setting in need of reliable undercounter cooling. Additionally, this model can be customized with a variety of options, including a self-closing door, access port with dry contact, USB temperature logger, and more.