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Benefits of Using Multiple Ice Machines

Posted by: Sebahtstian on 01/09/2018 12:30 AM

It may seem easier to supply all your ice from one large machine and bin, but in the end this is usually inefficient. With only one large machine, your staff will constantly be running back and forth from the commercial ice maker, under bar ice chests, and salad bars…costing you time and also increasing chances of cross-contamination.
Instead, consider using several commercial ice makers, one on top of the soda dispenser, a small underbar unit, and a small ice maker with a bin near your salad bar, for example. This way your staff will always have ice when and where they need it, while also keeping the ice safe and sanitary!

Installation Considerations
Space and Ventilation: Make sure you have enough space for the machine, bin, and filter. Adequate air flow is crucial for maximum ice production, so installing an ice machine in a storage room or closet is not recommended. Read the manufacturer's specification sheet carefully to ensure that you have the proper amount of space for the install, and consider the placement of the machine and bin within your operation as well. A well-placed ice maker for sale can increase worker productivity and efficiency, but a poorly placed ice machine can cost you more for labor and utilities.
Water Supply & Floor Drain: Your ice maker commercial will need a cold water supply with a shutoff valve. A floor drain is needed too. Check your local codes for specific drain type and placement requirements.
Power Supply: Many commercial ice maker for sale do not come with a cord and plug, so a visit from your electrician will be needed to hard wire the machine. Make sure you understand and can meet the machine's power requirements—not all machines operate on standard 110V electric. Electrical requirements and any other special installation considerations will always be found on the machine's Specification Sheet.
Use the chart below to get an idea for how much ice you might use. It's also important to keep in mind that ambient room temperature and ventilation considerations will affect the maximum output of any ice makers for sale. This information is usually available on the manufacturer's specification sheet.

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