There are generally three different types of condensers used in ice machines. All have their strengths and weaknesses, but which are best suited in high-temperature environments? We go over each of the common ice machine condensers and which can stand up best to the heat.
Temperature can affect the output of your ice machine if you’re not paying attention to it. Air temperature is normally the first concern, but maintaining a cool water temperature is also important. Hot water makes it harder to create ice, which can tax your ice machine. We show you how the common causes of hot water and what you should do if your water supply is running hot.
You have the money, so should you buy or rent an ice machine? Sure, owning has it’s benefits, but smart business owners know that saving time and money is an important factor in running a successful business – and taking care of your ice machine wastes both.
We show you all the factors that come with owning an ice machine, and why renting is often the better alternative.
If your ice maker isn’t producing enough ice for your business, it’s common to assume there’s something wrong with it – but that’s not always the case. In fact, most of the time the ice machine is working just fine. The only way to tell is by testing your ice production rate. We show you how, so you can save money on a service call.
Ice has a lot of different uses beyond cooling drinks. The healthcare industry uses ice for hydration, wound care, and rehabilitation. When trying to find the best ice for patients, not all cubes are created equal. In this article, we discuss the different shapes and uses for ice in the healthcare industry.