We are a renowned manufacturer, supplier and exporter of the block ice maker. This commercial block ice maker is used for making ice in the commercial area. This machine has the ability to produce large quantity of ice in less time. Moreover, this machine has an effective and advanced design. This ice maker is available in different specifications.
We are engaged in offering an excellent quality of commercial block ice maker to our valuable clients. We are a quality driven company that focuses on the quality of our products and also on the quality of the services that we provide to our clients.
1.The machine is built with luxury appearance and easy operation and low cost of maintenance .
2.Inside material tank made in pure stainless steel that can resist hydrochloric acid erode .
3.Operation is easy .
4.Airproof cover and keep the material use long time .
5.Low capital investments with max production
6.Make profit from water , incredible profit potential .
7.Capacities offered: 1ton/24H , 2 tons/24H ,3tons/24H , 4tons/24H , 5tons/24H .
8.Ice weight: 5kgs(130X70X630mm),10kgs(260X70X630mm),15kgs(210X100X830mm),20kgs(210X120X830mm),
9.No requirements of skilled workers
10.High durability, minimum maintenance
11. If the machine work with water cooling system, It will need to install pump and cooling tower together.
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