Cube Ice Machines

Cube Ice Machines Take The Complication Out Of Ice-Making To Reduce Labor and Increase Profits

Full Size Ice Cubes

Full Size Ice Cubes

Full size ice cubes offer large thermal mass that slowly melts keeping drinks cool for longer. Full-Dice ice is perfect for straight drinks on the rocks.
Half Size ice Cubes

Half Size ice Cubes

Half Size ice cubes are a great all-around option for everything from soft drinks to mixed drinks and is also relatively easy to blend in comparison to full size ice cubes.
Crescent Cubes

Crescent Cubes

Crescent ice has a half-moon shape. This larger, rounder ice form is ideal for keeping drinks nice and cool for extended periods.
Oversized Cubes

Oversized Cubes

Oversized cubes provide cooling for longer periods ideal for premium, top-shelf drinks. The slower melting does not dilute drinks as much as other forms of ice.
Regular Size Cubes

Regular Size Cubes

Regular ice cubes come in 1 1/8 size and good for a variety of applications
Cubelet Ice

Cubelet Ice

Cubelet Ice is a smaller form of ice for all sorts of drinks.

Bullet Shaped Ice

Bullet ice has a round tip and is hollow in the middle. This type of ice typically use for everyday ice needs, such as cocktails or iced tea drinks.
Air-Cooled

Air-Cooled

Air-cooled units are easy to install and use the air around it for cooling and also exhaust warm air into the surrounding space.
Water-Cooled

Water-Cooled

Water-cooled units are ideal for operating in hot climates that require dependable ice production. The open-loop system requires a large amount of water whenever it's in operation.

Remote-Cooled

Remote-cooled ice machines require a line set to be routed through the building to the exterior where the condenser and compressor are housed.
ICE-O-Matic UCG060A Cube Ice Maker
ICE-O-Matic UCG060A Cube Ice Maker
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ICE-O-Matic UCG080A Cube Ice Maker
ICE-O-Matic UCG080A Cube Ice Maker
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ICE-O-Matic UCG100A Cube Ice Maker
ICE-O-Matic UCG100A Cube Ice Maker
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ICE-O-Matic UCG130A Cube Ice Maker
ICE-O-Matic UCG130A Cube Ice Maker
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Cube Ice Machines: A Profitable Operation's Secret Weapon

There's a lot about the cube ice to love, but for many proprietors, it is how slowly it melts. It stays in the drink longer, which significantly reduces ice consumption. With this, your supply lasts longer, ultimately saving you money on production costs.

Operators rely on the mighty cube ice to convert their soft drinks and cocktails into refreshing, ice-cold goodness.

CKitchen is more than happy to work with you so that you find a commercial ice maker that’s most appropriate for your needs and budget. We offer the guaranteed best prices on cube ice makers by Manitowoc, Maxx Cold, Scotsman, and other industry leaders.

The best commercial cube ice machines for you

Cube ice machines come with a variety of configurations based on size of the ice cube and the production capacity every 24 hours.

There are at least three sizes of ice cubes: regular size (roughly 1.125 inches by 1.125 inches by .875 inches), full dice (roughly .875 inches by .875 inches) and half dice (half the size of full). The size, of course, comes with unique benefits. Choosing which size is best for your needs comes down to your specific applications.

When it comes to production capacity, cube ice machines have a wide range for you to select from. There are units that can supply 50 pounds of ice per day, but there are also high-performance units capable of delivering more than 2,000 pounds of ice daily.

Undercounter ice machines can make the most of a limited footprint in your facility. They double as ice bins, making them more convenient to use.

Modular ice machine heads are very popular in most applications. They are designed to pair with a storage bin that will be able to store and keep frozen the formed ice when not in use. These units are sometimes combined with ice dispensers, so they can be applied for self-service as well. Whether undercounter or modular, the task of getting ice will still involve the use of ice scoops, which generally have a dedicated place in the exterior of the storage bins.

Most cube ice machines are made with stainless steel so they don't easily succumb to corrosion, wear-and-tear, and heavy daily use. A high-quality water filter system is recommended to protect your ice from impurities that will lower the quality of the product AND your ice machine.

Air-cooled, water-cooled, or remote-cooled?

Commercial cube ice machines use different refrigeration systems to create the ice. One style might be better suited than the other based on your needs and your setup.

Air-cooled cube ice machines are the easiest to install in an existing building or facility. This type is usually more efficient and cost-effective. They will require ventilation, which means you will dedicate an extra few inches to provide a proper breathing room for the unit.

If you operate in a hot climate or in a facility where airborne contaminants are difficult to control, water-cooled cube ice machines are preferable. Remote-cooled units feature the condenser as an entirely separate component that you can install in a different location, commonly on the roof of a building, where heat and noise can be expelled without negatively affecting your facility.

CKitchen is a trusted distributor of some of the best and highest-rated cube ice machines in the business from reputed manufacturers like ManitowocIce-O-MaticScotsmanHoshizaki, AMPTO, Blue Air, and Maxx Cold. We are also knowledgeable in commercial ice machines, committed to helping you find the perfect unit that will help your business become more efficient and profitable.

If you are looking for commercial ice machines that can produce flake ice or nugget ice, browse our collection.

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