2.4 Liter Pitcher w/ Ice Tube - Clear
- Fabricated from durable, clear acrylic for years of use
- Contemporary, bell-shaped design has an upscale appearance for use in fine and casual dining settings
- Contoured lip controls pours and reduces spills
- Made in the USA
Acrylic Pitcher has a 2.4 Liter (81.1 oz.) Capacity (Without Ice)
This drink server, acrylic pitcher is an inexpensive way to keep cold beverages chilled while they are sitting on tables. The see-thru design makes it easy to identify the beverage type. This acrylic pitcher has a contemporary, bell-shaped design to blend with any setting. The curved handle helps users to keep a steady grip while pouring. Constructed from clear acrylic, this acrylic pitcher will coordinate with any restaurant's or home's décor. The durable construction is preferred by restaurants and bars over similar glass containers. This acrylic pitcher, also known as a beverage carafe, has a 2.4 liter (or 81.1 oz.) without ice capacity (and a 2.2L capacity with ice), perfect for serving large parties. A beverage container is an ideal sever for restaurants to serve water, juice, soda or mixed and frozen drinks!
This drink carafe, acrylic pitcher has many great features. The large size allows for less fill-ups in between uses. An acrylic pitcher, such as a beverage server, has a screw top connected to its cooling cylinder. Unscrew the top and fill cylinder with ice cubes or crushed ice, then screw the top back on. (Customer Please Note: Do not fill the cooling cylinder with water and put in the freezer.) After filling with your favorite drink, use the contoured lip to pour liquids and keep spills to a minimum. An acrylic pitcher is perfect for use within any casual dining establishment or home! Made in the USA.
|Overall Width x Height||32.0" x 16.0"|
|Loading or Door Style||Twist Open|
|Capacity (liters)||2.2l, 2.4l|
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WARNING: This product can expose you to Ethyl Acrylate, which is known to the State of California to cause Cancer. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.