The exclusive ChillTech water treatment systems lower water temperature to incoming ice makers through a cold exchange process. The results are a significant reduction in ice maker cycle times and lowering KWH consumption up to 30% while increasing ice making capacity up to 30% or more!
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.Read More
Shopping for a new ice machine can be a little overwhelming, especially if you’re in the market for the first time. These units are critical for most food service operations, so choosing the wrong ice machine for your needs can spell disaster in the long-run.
Ice is used in a variety of restaurant functions; From menu selections to packing chilled or frozen storage, your restaurant uses ice on a daily basis. When choosing an ice machine, it pays to invest in the right type of ice that fits the bill! From cubed to crushed, choosing the right type of ice for your restaurant’s applications is critical in selecting the appropriate ice machine for your kitchen.
Working in a restaurant kitchen exposes chefs to a variety of cuisines. While the utmost food safety standards are held in place for most kitchen practices, the ice bin is often overlooked.
Compressors come in three main types: air-cooled, water-cooled, and remote-cooled. Choosing between the three is dependent on your restaurant’s specific needs.