Ice Machines

Consider demand, available space and the type of ice a foodservice operation will require when selecting ice machines.

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Gourmet Series Undercounter Ice Maker

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The Gourmet Series ice maker makes cubes suitable for use with cocktails. These fully front-breathing machines feature a slim design requiring minimal clearance. Every unit comes with legs that can be adjusted from 3 inches to 6 inches, allowing for undercounter placement. The units use R290A environmentally friendly refrigerant to lessen their environmental impact. Operators can choose from units that produce 60, 80, 100 or 130 pounds per day.

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KMEdge X Series Ice Machines

Hoshizaki

The KMEdge X mid-sized cubers include multiple models in a total of eight units. Operators can place these 22-inch-wide and 28-inch tall modular ice machines on a bin, either alone or side-by-side, with ice production ranging from 383 to 669 pounds of ice per day.

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GEMD270 Pearl Ice and Water Dispenser

Ice-O-Matic

The 15-inch wide unit makes up to 273 pounds of ice every 24 hours. The unit is suitable for use in restaurants, offices and healthcare facilities. The four touch-free dispensing options include ice, water, ice and water combined, and a pitcher setting.

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Stackable KMEdge Cuber Ice Machine

Hoshizaki America Inc.

The KMEdge Cuber Ice Machine makes up to 1,400 pounds of ice daily. Operators can choose to stack two units. The 48-inch wide icemaker is available in air, water or remote air-cooled versions.

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Tempo Ice Machine

Follett LLC

Tempo compact ice machines produce up to 90 pounds of ice per day and have a storage capacity of 30 pounds. Other features include an integral drain pump, an optional EZ-access filter and a semi-automatic cleaning system with automatic alerts. Operators can use Tempo in freestanding or undercounter applications.

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