Planning Information
Integrated Model 700 BF (I )
Freezer Drawers
Seamless molding
Model 700BF
Location of serial
number
Electronic digital
control panel
Magnetic drawer
gaskets
Upper freezer
storage drawer
Automatic ice maker
(Model 700BFI)
Model 700BFI
with Ice Maker
Front venting with
removable kickplate
Lower freezer
storage drawer
These appliances are Star-K certified from the
factory to meet strict religious regulations in
conjunction with specific instructions found on
star-k.org. No extra wiring harness is required.
The Sub-Zero Model 700BF and
700BFI integrated design accepts custom
wood or stainless steel drawer panels.
Stainless steel panels and handles are
available as sales accessories in three
finishes—classic, platinum and carbon.
Consider using this two drawer unit in conjunction
with a Model 601R, all refrigerator. Many customers do
not have the need for lots of freezer storage in their
home. With the emphasis on fresh food, customers
need more refrigerator space. Now you can satisfy this
need with the combination outlined above.
There is one temperature for the entire unit and the
range you have is from -5˚F (-20˚C) to +5˚F (-15˚C).
Also keep in mind that this unit can be ordered with
and without an ice maker.
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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Planning Information
Integrated Model 700 BF (I )
F E AT U R E S
Drawer unit with freezer storage drawers
Model 700BFI has automatic ice maker
Integrated design for "point-of-use" refrigeration anywhere in the home
Refrigeration system ensures the best food
storage and energy efficiency
Microprocessor offers precise temperature
control
Electronic digital controls are easily accessed
in the top storage drawer
Flat to the ceiling bright lighting in storage
drawers
Alarm will let you know with an audible
beeping if a drawer is left open
Top drawer has a removable divider
Meets strict Department of Energy requirements
UL approved for US and Canada
Two, five and twelve year residential
warranty – exclusions apply; warranty
information can be found on our website,
subzero.com
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
3/8"
27"
24"
(686)
(UNIT DIMENSION)
(610)
(UNIT DIMENSION)
(10)
131/4"
1/2" (337)
(13)
DRAWER
MOUNTING DETAIL
24"
(610)
341/2"*
101/4"
(876)
DRAWER CLOSED
(260)
203/8"
93/4"
(518)
(248)
191/2"*
(495)
4"
FRONT VIEW
(102)
SIDE VIEW
*1/2" (13) +_ ADJUSTMENT IN LEVELING LEGS
257/8" (657)
TOP VIEW
*DRAWER PANEL THICKNESS NOT INCLUDED
Dimensions may vary by ± 1/8" (3).
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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Planning Information
Integrated Model 700 BF (I )
S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
Model 700BF(I)
Drawer Freezer Unit
Overall Width
27" (686)
34 1/2"
Overall Height
Overall Depth
(876)
24" (610)
MODEL OPTIONS
Drawer Freezer Unit
Drawer Freezer Unit
with Automatic Ice Maker
700BF
Freezer Capacity
5.1 cu ft (144 L)
Minimum Height (levelers in)
700BFI
34" (864)
19 1/2" (495)
Drawer Clearance
Electrical Requirements
PA N E L O P T I O N S
Plumbing Requirements
Integrated (custom panels)
Water Supply
115 V AC, 60 Hz, 15 amp circuit
1/ 4"
copper line
20–100 psi
Classic Stainless Steel Finish
/S
/P
Annual Energy Usage
(based on 9.06 cents per kilowatt hour)
488 kWh / $ 45
Platinum Stainless Steel Finish
Carbon Stainless Steel Finish
/B
Shipping Weight
190 lbs (86 kg)
Stainless steel drawer front panels are
ordered and shipped as sales accessories
and include tubular handles.
Special Note
Drawer panels and handles are
available in three stainless steel finishes
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
ACCESSORIES
Drawer front panels with tubular
handles in classic, platinum and
carbon stainless steel
Tubular handles in classic,
platinum and carbon stainless
steel and polished chrome
Dual installation heater kit
Accessories are available through your
Sub-Zero dealer. To obtain local dealer
information, visit the Locator section of
our website, subzero.com.
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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Planning Information
Integrated Model 700 BF (I )
I N S TA L L AT I O N S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
TOP VIEW
11/2"
(38)
TOP VIEW
6"
ANTI-TIP
BRACKET*
(152)
13 1/2"
25"
27"
(343)
(635)
15 1/2"
9"
(394)
(229)
(686)
27"
(343)
(686)
WATER LINE
SIDE ENTRY
LOCATIONS
WATER LINE
BOTTOM ENTRY
LOCATION
*PLACEMENT OF THE
ANTI-TIP BRACKET
SHOULD BE 24" (610)
FROM THE FRONT OF THE
UNIT WITHOUT PANELS
TO THE BACK OF THE
ANTI-TIP BRACKET.
ANTI-TIP
BRACKET
13 1/2"
11/2"
11/2"
(38)
(38)
27"
25"
(686)
(635)
341/2"
(876)
NOTE: ANTI-TIP BRACKET MUST BE INSTALLED TO
PREVENT UNIT FROM TIPPING FORWARD
ANTI-TIP
BRACKET
FRONT VIEW
WATER LINE
SIDE ENTRY
LOCATION
SIDE VIEW
LOCATE ELECTRICAL WITHIN
SHADED AREA – ORIENT GROUND
PRONG TO RIGHT AS SHOWN
ANTI-TIP
BRACKET
LOCATE WATER LINE
(REAR ENTRY) WITHIN
SHADED AREA
4 1/2"
3"
(114)
(76)
1/4"
(6)
13" (330)
9"
(229)
2 1/2" (64)
3/4"
(19)
15 1/2" (394)
DIMENSIONS
Finished Rough Opening Width
27" (686)
Finished Rough Opening Height
34 1/2" (876)
Finished Rough Opening Depth
25" (635)*
Location of Electrical
Within shaded area
Location of Plumbing
Within shaded area
* The depth of the Model 700BF(I) is 24" (610) from the front of the unit to its back.
Your design may necessitate moving the unit back, or cabinets forward to achieve a flush fit.
This will require a minimum rough opening depth of 25" (635).
See Installation Instructions shipped with unit for detailed specifications.
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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Planning Information
Integrated Model 700 BF (I )
I N S TA L L AT I O N N OT E S
Refer to the illustrations and specifications
for overall dimensions, finished rough opening
dimensions and installation specifics.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The depth of Model 700BF(I)
is 24" (610) from the front of the unit to its
back. Your design may necessitate moving the
unit back, or cabinets forward to achieve a
flush fit. This will require a minimum rough
opening depth of 25" (635). Refer to the installation illustration on page 4.
The anti-tip bracket must be installed to
prevent the unit from tipping forward.
Integrated units are compatible with virtually
any style of cabinetry. They can be used with
framed as well as frameless cabinets.
The weight of each drawer panel cannot
exceed 12 lbs (5 kg). Drawer panels must be a
minimum of 5/8" (16) thick.
For the bottom drawer, the maximum panel
height is 16 11/16" (424). You must keep a
minimum space of 4" (102) clear below the
bottom edge of the lower drawer panel, so the
unit can be properly vented. In addition, any
decorative base molding must be removable for
possible servicing and cleaning of the
condenser.
We recommend using D-style handles, which
should be located on the top, center area of the
drawer panel.
Two Integrated units may be installed next to
one another. Refer to page 10 for additional
information.
For Integrated models with an automatic ice
maker, rough in the water supply line. Connect a
1/4" OD copper line to the house supply, being
sure to use an easily accessible shut-off valve
between the supply and the unit. This shut-off
valve should not be installed behind the unit.
Do not use self-piercing valves. A saddle
valve kit (4200880) is available from your
Sub-Zero dealer. To obtain local dealer information, visit the Locator section of our website,
subzero.com.
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
A line filter is required when water conditions have a high sediment content. The ice
maker operates on water pressure of 20 psi
(1.4 bar) to 100 psi (6.9 bar). In some cases a
reverse osmosis water filter system may not be
able to maintain the minimum water pressure
consistently.
When routing the water through the side
walls, you must place the water line within 1/2"
(13) of the floor and as close as possible to the
back wall. The line must be routed around the
anti-tip bracket so it clears the bracket and
leveling feet of the unit. Refer to the installation
illustration on page 4 for placement of the
water line.
Do not route water supply line in front of the
compressor tray. The tray must be slid forward
for service.
Regardless of the routing, allow for 27"
(686) of excess copper tubing to remain outside
the wall or floor for easy connection to the unit,
as shown in the installation illustration.
A 115 volt, 6OHz, 15 amp circuit breaker and
electrical supply are required. A separate circuit,
servicing only this appliance is necessary.
All Integrated models are equipped with a
power supply cord with a 3-prong grounding
plug, which must be plugged into a mating
3-prong grounding type wall receptacle. The
electrical outlet must be placed so the grounding prong is to the right of the thinner blades.
The outlet must be flush with the back wall.
Locate electrical within the shaded area shown
in the installation illustration on page 4.
Do not use an extension cord or two prong
adapter. Electrical ground is required on this
appliance. Do not under any circumstances
remove the power supply cord ground prong.
You must follow all National Electrical Code
regulations. In addition, be aware of local codes
and ordinances when installing your service.
The Integrated Refrigeration Installation
Instructions packed with the appliance will give
you step-by-step procedures for making sure
the unit is installed properly.
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Planning Information
Integrated Model 700 BF (I )
C A B I N E T RY A P P L I C AT I O N S
Integrated refrigeration is compatible with virtually any
style and look of cabinetry. The models can be used with
framed as well as frameless cabinets. Because of the
precise application and the look you may want to achieve,
there are important questions you need to answer before
ordering panels for the drawers. As you look at styles of
cabinets, keep some important facts in mind:
IMPORTANT NOTE: The depth of each Integrated unit is
24" (610) from the front of the unit to its back. You must
allow for the thickness of the panel you are applying when
planning for the finished rough opening depth if you want
the front panel to be flush with surrounding cabinetry. You
may have to move the unit back into drywall or bring the
cabinets forward to achieve a flush fit.
Weight Limitations – The weight of each drawer panel
cannot exceed 12 lbs (5 kg).
Panel Thickness – Drawer panels must be a minimum of
5/8" (16) thick.
The toe kick clearance can vary with the height of the
lower drawer panel; the maximum panel height is 16 11/16"
(424). You must keep a minimum space of 4" (102) clear
below the bottom edge of the lower drawer panel so the
unit can be properly vented.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The inside edges of the rough
opening, as well as the sides and a portion of the backside
of the decorative panels will need to be finished, as they
will be exposed when the drawers are open.
We recommend using D-style handles. Locate handles in
the top center area of the drawer panels.
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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Planning Information
Integrated Model 700 BF (I )
F R A M E D C A B I N E T RY A P P L I C AT I O N S
Framed cabinetry applications present you with different
questions to address. The illustrations on this page show
common applications of framed cabinetry. These are not
meant to be the only alternatives, but are suggestions
from designers around the country.
FRAMED CABINETRY
SUB-ZERO
UNIT
CABINET
FRAME
CABINET
DOOR
24
(610)
TO WALL
IMPORTANT NOTE: The depth of each Integrated unit is
24" (610) from the front of the unit to its back. You must
allow for the thickness of the panel you are applying when
planning for the finished rough opening depth if you want
the front panel to be flush with surrounding cabinetry. You
may have to move the unit back into drywall or bring the
cabinets forward to achieve a flush fit. Refer to the
illustrations.
PANEL
1/8" (3)
REVEAL
27
(686)
1
Traditional Frame – full overlay (top view).
Illustrations on the following pages give dimensions for an
Integrated drawer unit installed within a framed cabinetry
beaded inset application. Review the illustrations, giving
particular attention to the overall panel specifications.
2
T
SUB-ZERO
UNIT
CABINET
FRAME
24
(610)
TO WALL
1
CABINET
DOOR
PANEL
1/8" (3)
REVEAL
27
(686)
Traditional Frame – standard overlay
2
(top view).
S
T
SUB-ZERO
UNIT
24
(610)
TO WALL
CABINET
FRAME
1
2
CABINET
DOOR
1/8"
(3)
REVEAL
PANEL
27
(686)
Traditional Frame – 3/8" (10) offset
(top view).
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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Planning Information
Integrated Model 700 BF (I )
F R A M E D C A B I N E T RY – B E A D E D I N S E T A P P L I C AT I O N
The illustration shows an Integrated drawer unit
installed within a framed cabinetry beaded inset
application.
24"
(610)
SUB-ZERO
UNIT
CABINET DOOR
TO WALL
IMPORTANT NOTE: Dimensions are based on a 1/8" (3)
reveal. A reveal of up to 1/4" (6) is possible, but panel
dimensions need to be adjusted accordingly.
PANEL
A
A
TOP VIEW
27"
(686)
A) ALL REVEALS ARE 1/8" (3)
B) DRAWER RAILS ARE ATTACHED TO DRAWER FRONTS
C) BOTTOM RAIL MUST BE REMOVABLE
*DIMENSIONS MAY VARY
SHADED AREA
INDICATES STATIONARY
STYLES AND RAILS
26 3/4" (679)
PANEL WIDTH
A
B
13 9/16"
(345)
A
B
341/2"
(876)*
15 1/16"
11/2"
(38)
(383)
A
C
4"*
27"
11/2"
(686)
(38)
11/2"
(38)
FRONT VIEW
(102)
4" (102)
24"
(610)
SIDE VIEW
Installation of an Integrated drawer unit
within framed cabinetry.
*Dimensions may vary.
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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Planning Information
Integrated Model 700 BF (I )
F R A M E L E S S C A B I N E T RY A P P L I C AT I O N S
The illustration below shows a hypothetical installation of
an Integrated drawer unit within frameless cabinetry.
Review the illustration, giving particular attention to the
overall panel specifications.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Dimensions are based on a 1/8" (3)
reveal. A reveal of up to 1/4" (6) is possible, but panel
dimensions need to be adjusted accordingly.
FRAMELESS CABINETRY
26 3/4"* (679)
24"
(610)
PANEL WIDTH
A
13 9/16"
(345)
A
341/2"
(876)*
16 11/16"*
(424)
4"*
(102)
27"
(686)
TOE KICK
SIDE VIEW
FINISHED OPENING
A) ALL REVEALS ARE 1/8" (3)
*DIMENSIONS MAY VARY
Installation of an Integrated drawer unit
within frameless cabinetry.
*Dimensions may vary.
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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Planning Information
Integrated Model 700 BF (I )
CABINETS
25
(635)
I N S TA L L AT I O N O P T I O N S
27
(686)
TOP VIEW
Installation without side2panels.
C
The illustrations on this page show some typical
installations and their dimension considerations.
The depth dimension in the illustrations may vary
depending on cabinet styles, treatment of countertops or other design options.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The depth of each Integrated
unit is 24" (610) from the front of the unit to its
back. Your design may necessitate moving the unit
back, or cabinets forward to achieve a flush fit. This
will require a minimum rough opening depth of 25"
(635). Refer to the illustrations.
CABINETS
25
(635)
2
27
(686)
MINIMUM 5/8" (16) SIDE PANELS
D UA L I N S TA L L AT I O N S
Installation with side panels.
CABINETS
25
(635)
T
If two or more Integrated models are installed side
by side where there is 2" (51) or less of space
between the units, a heater kit is recommended—
BBDUAL for two drawer units installed side by side
or a drawer unit and a tall unit installed side by
side. This optional component is available through
your Sub-Zero dealer. To obtain local dealer information, visit the Locator section of our website,
subzero.com.
54
(1372)
TOP VIEW
Installation of two units side by side.
C
CABINETS
25
(635)
2
M
27
(686)
MINIMUM
5/8"
(16) SIDE PANELS
Installation at end of run.
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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Planning Information
Integrated Model 700 BF (I )
TOE KICK CLEARANCE
The toe kick clearance can vary with the height of the
lower drawer panel; the maximum panel height is 16 11/16"
(424).
IMPORTANT NOTE: You must keep a minimum space of
4" (102) clear below the bottom edge of the lower drawer
panel so the unit can be properly vented. In addition, any
decorative base molding must be removable for possible
servicing and cleaning of the condenser.
The illustration below shows the area below the lower
drawer where the operating mechanical equipment of the
Integrated unit is housed.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The depth of each Integrated unit is
24" (610) from the front of the unit to its back. Your
design may necessitate moving the unit back, or cabinets
forward to achieve a flush fit. This will require a minimum
rough opening depth of 25" (635). Refer to the illustration.
TO E K I C K A R E A D E TA I L
9
1016
(268)
PANEL
1
2
(13)
1611
16
(424)
PANEL
11
9 16
(246)
10
(254)
OPTIONAL
BASE MOLDING MUST
BE REMOVABLE
4
25
(102)
(635) TO WALL
2 85 TO 4
(67)
(102)
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
FLOOR
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