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A Guide to Choosing Ice Machines

  • Province: British Columbia
  • Country: Canada
  • Listed: December 14, 2017 7:40 pm
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Filters and Auto Cleaning Systems (AuCS)
To keep ice tasting fresh and prevent mineral build up, a filter is always recommended (and many times included) for your commercial ice maker . Utilizing a filter can also prolong the life of your machine. Keep in mind that the warranty for your commercial ice makers may be voided due to poor water quality, making filters a wise – and perhaps necessary – investment.
Generally, filters are broken down by output production of the ice maker for sale : 0-600 pounds; 600-1200 pounds, and more than 1200 pounds. Cartridges are easy to replace and will keep your machine functioning at its peak performance.
Your machine will require periodic cleaning. Consider an AuCS (Automatic Cleaning System) like the one offered by Manitowoc.

Shop our extensive line of filters at CKitchen.
As with installing any new unit in your kitchen, there are a few considerations to keep in mind from the get-go. A well-planned installation will help prevent mishaps and the need for re-designs after the unit is installed. Additionally, considering all possible points of contention before the unit is brought in can make installation much easier and less hectic.
Space and Placement : Consider the flows of traffic as well as the requirements for your machine and bins. Remember, air-cooled compressors will need extra space around the unit for airflow as it will output some warm air from the vent.
Supplies and Drains : Water-cooled machines will need a separate water supply line, but all ice maker commercial will need at least one line to produce the ice and a drain nearby. You’ll need to take into consideration where the closest outlet is for electrical hookups. Most machines operate on standard 110V electric, but if you are purchasing a larger unit, double check.

Further Reading
commercial ice maker for sale are a large investment for any restaurant and are likely to stick with you for their lifespan – around 10 years! As a focal point to your kitchen and bar, ice machines not only consume energy, but they also consume space and effort in maintenance. Deciding on the details – from the size of your machine to the type of ice it produces – can make all the difference in its integration into the efficiency of your kitchen.
While choosing a certain ice machine based on its ice structure output may seem secondary, in fact choosing the right type of ice can improve profits and customer satisfaction. Knowing the difference ice types and their various uses can help you choose the ideal ice maker for your business.

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