Hoshizaki IM-21CNE Ice Machine (25kg/24hr)
IM-21CNE-HC CUBE ICE MAKER
Hoshizaki IM-21CNE-HC ice maker can produce up to 25 kg of cube ice per 24 hours (AT.10°C.WT.10°C). Unique ice making system that has an automatic rinse cycle. After every new batch of ice, the water reservoir drains and refills with fresh water. The system comes with a magnetic water pump that has no direct coupling, which prevents any leakage. Closed water circuit offers the ultimate contamination protection, by reducing the number of points at which impurities can enter the ice making process. Electronically controlled to ensure an optimised ice making process under varying circumstances without the need for physical adjustments. Quality of ice is always consistent. Easily cleanable air filter allows end-users to carry out routine cleaning schedules. Extends product life expectancy and reduces the frequency and costs of maintenance call-outs.Stainless steel exterior with integrated door handles provides a hygienic and high-quality finish.
Price in GBP
£699.99 excl. VAT
Commercial Hoshizaki IM-21-CNE-HC Ice Machine ideal for Restaurant, pub, hotel and care home.
Hoshizaki IM-21-CNE-HC Ice machine has the following features and benefits
- Designed with hygiene as a priority
- Each ice cycle is made with fresh water
- Automatic rinse cycle
- Stainless steel exterior
- Removable door gaskets
- Closed water circuit
- Easily cleanable air filter
- Production capacity : 25kg/24h
- Storage bin capacity: 11.5kg
- Dimension: 398Wx451Dx695Hmm
- Electrical supply 1/220-240V/50hz
- Connection load 0.225kw
- Refrigerant R290
- Weight: Gross/Net 39/34kg
- Warranty 2 years part and labour
- Plug fitted Yes
Ice machines have become a common piece of speciality refrigeration found in most foodservice operations. This is driven by the fact that more and more consumers demand ice in cold beverages. Ice helps maintain the carbonation in soft drinks, and it can be used to cool foods, holding them at low temperatures for extended periods of time, preventing bacterial growth. Ice also adds aesthetic appeal to salad bars and other types of food displays.
Ice machines are systems typically comprising three major components: an ice production unit, an ice storage bin or compartment and in some models a separate dispensing mechanism. Ice machines can be divided into two general types: flakers and cubers. Cubers produce clear, solid forms of ice that melt much slower than flakes because of their greater mass and less surface area.
Ice production units vary considerably by manufacturer and cube type. Cubers have a compressor which pumps refrigerant into a thin metal vertical or horizontal jacket or plate. Water is sprayed over that plate which has plastic grids or moulds to separate the forming ice into cubes or other shapes. Vertical plate models use gravity to slough off the frozen cubes and drop them into the storage bin, while horizontal plate models mechanically tip or rotate the plate, to separate and drop cubes. After cubes are fully formed, the control systems reverse the flow of refrigerant, briefly warming the cold plate enough to free the cubes from the plate.
Storage bins for ice making machines are available with varying capacities. The storage bins can be refilled manually or automatically and are designed to stand on the floor, sit on a counter-top or be integrated into the service counter. The ice storage bins are insulated, equipped with a drain and normally constructed of plastic, aluminium, galvanized steel, stainless steel or combination of these materials.
When sizing ice-making equipment, a number of factors should be considered. Total ice requirements include the amount needed for beverages, as well as for any cooling and holding purposes,such as salad bars or raw seafood displays.
Please allow between 2-3 working days