Modular Refrigerator Cabinet
Modular Refrigerator Cabinet
Modular Refrigerator Cabinet
Modular Refrigerator Cabinet
Modular Refrigerator Cabinet

Modular Refrigerator Cabinet

Regular price $3,645.90
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This handmade Modular Refrigerator Cabinet is designed for van conversions, crafted from quality wood for optimal longevity and performance.

Enjoy the flexibility that modular design gives you, while ensuring a safe and comfortable kitchen set up.

    Features

    - Cabinet Constructed in material of choice with a beautiful unfinished butcher block.

    - Refrigerator of choice + soft close pullout drawer

    - Push Button Latches are included unless otherwise specified

    - Bamboo is oiled unless otherwise specified

    - Ventillation is pre-cut


    Materials 

    - Prefinished Maple
    - Unfinished Maple

    Please refer to our materials page here to see images and details of each option: Materials

    Specs

    Weight: ~30lbs with no appliances
    Height: 35.75"
    Depth: 23.5"
    Width: (Depends upon refrigerator choice)

    • CRX-65: 21-5/8"
    • CRX-80: 22-3/4"
    • DR-65: 21-3/8"
    • DR-85: 22-3/8"

    DIY Installation

    Our Galleys are designed to fit your walls with screws or with Rivet Nuts.

    Installation Difficulty: Easy | 2 people
    Installation Time: 30 minutes
    Tools Needed: Power Drill, Rivet Nut Tool

    FAQs

    • How do I install the galley?

    Mounting to the wall: Our galleys are designed to mount to the wall of the vehicle. You can measure and mark a section of solid wall truss/beam behind the cabinet to approximate before shooting a screw or rivet nut into the wall. We recommend a minimum of three rivet nuts or 5 self-tapping screws to hold the galley in place.

    Installing a refrigerator: It is required to cut inlet and outlet ventilation holes for the unit to cool down with posing a fire risk. Refer to your refrigerator unit manual to learn more on air flow direction and ventilation requirements. 

    Seal the butcher block: This is commonly done using mineral oil, butcher block oil, or food-grade finish. This butcher block arrives unfinished, so make sure to seal it before use. 

     

    • How do I know if the galley will fit my vehicle?

    These galleys are designed to take up the space right behind the driver seat in most vehicles. This unit may also be placed elsewhere in the vehicle.

    For Promaster Models: The galleys are designed to have an angled cutout in the back of the cabinet to clear the dropped floor and allow the unit to sit flush against the wall. The Promaster models also have a structural pillar in the cargo section of the vehicle that will prevent the galley from being flush with the wall if mounting to the pillar. Because of this, we recommend mounting galleys to the left or right of the structural pillars. 

     

    • How do I apply, paint, stain, or sealer?

    Painting

    • Lightly scuff the entire surface of the cabinet that you plan on coating with 120-180 grit sandpaper.
    • Apply 2-3 coats of primer prior to applying your main coat.
    • Always apply a finish when you're happy with the paint to get a long lasting appearance.

      Staining

      • Sand the surface on all faces with sandpaper traveling with the grain of the wood.
      • Apply stain very cautiously to a section of the cabinet that will not be visible to gage the volume and pressure you need to achieve the look you want.
      • Apply stain evenly with a rag, sponge, or spray gun until all surfaces are coated.
      • Please note that overlapping surfaces may make the stain darker on the overlapped areas.
      • Always apply a finish when you're happy with the stain to get a long lasting appearance.

      For Butcher Blocks and Slabs

      • For most units, there are phillips head screws holding the butcher block to the cabinet base that will need to be removed.
      • If staining, sand the butcher block thoroughly with 120-180 grit sandpaper. 
        • Apply a sample on the underside of the butcher block to find a volume and pressure that achieves the color you'd like.
        • Apply stain evenly with a rag, sponge, or spray gun until all surfaces are coated.
        • Please note that overlapping surfaces may make the stain darker on the overlapped areas.
        • Always apply a food-grade finish when you're happy with the stain to get a long lasting appearance.
      • If sealing with oil or wax, make sure the oil or wax is food grade and apply evenly with a soft rag or sponge. 
        • Allow to dry and re-coat one or two more times.

       

      • What power intake does the refrigerator take?

      The dometic line of refrigerators we use accept 100-240V AC and 12V/24V DC

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