Flake ice maker

Flake ice machines produce large amounts of ice according to their capacity, they are equipment designed for a huge amount of ice, since they provide instant and constant cold to the products or materials that will be used in the laboratory, flake ice machines Industrial are built to last and resist work environments in which they meet critical challenges, because each of them is designed for different environments, purposes and climates, at Kalstein we offer you different models that best suit your needs.
These have different applications since they have an integral design that is packaged for a quick installation, a compact structure and saves space since they can be placed in convenient places that you want.

The use of ice is essential in certain areas of the industrial and health sector. That is why it is easy to find ice machines in hospitals, fish sales or restaurants.

Ice maker: Operation and main benefits.

The water comes from an external source and rises through a tremendously icy metallic coating, which, in less than 60 seconds, turns the water into columns of ice. A stainless steel spiral is responsible for raising the ice to the upper part of the machine, where a rotating arm is responsible for splitting the columns, turning them into cubes and sending them to the freezer where they are stored.

Thanks to a sensor located above the freezer and inside the machine, the machine will stop making ice when the freezer where they are stored no longer has enough space to hold more cubes. These cubes can be of different shapes since, depending on the ice machine, they can come out in one way or another, but the most common are square and cylindrical ice cubes, although they can also be dispensed in the form of flakes or "chopped".

Our best-selling ice maker:

  • High-quality stainless steel is used anti-corrosion and durable. The compact structure is simple and saves space.
    The cabinet is filled with fluorine-free thermal foam with good insulation effect. The inner lining is food grade plastic. They save energy and are respectful with the environment.
    The product has stable quality and long service life.
    The ice making process is fully computer controlled, using imported computer chips to make the control reliable and easy to operate.
    Advanced technologies and imported accessories make low noise, smooth and reliable operation. The vents and fans are deployed to ensure that the geared motor operates reliably.

Ice maker utility:

First of all, it is possible to make a large quantity per day, approximately 450kg of cubes in 24 hours. This means that you will never be short of supplies since you can manufacture it in a short time and continuously.

Additionally, the use of the manufacturer will allow you to save energy, since the freezer you use to maintain consumes more energy than the manufacturer, and that means more costs. Manufacturing machines are, today, an essential piece in the best laboratories and hospitals in the world.

And it is that the ice they produce is a great ally for most professionals in the health sector. As a consequence, most health centers, laboratories, hospitals and research centers include an ice maker in their equipment, be it cubes or granular ice.

In this sense, it is important to highlight the applications in this sector. You can use both ice cubes, solid and compact; as granular, which is more moldable, according to the different applications and uses to which it is intended. The type of ice used will depend on the needs

In hospitals, ice is used in different areas, such as traumatology or physiotherapy, as a natural method to reduce inflammation; or in organ transplantation, where it is essential to preserve and store organs in perfect condition.

Types of ice makers:

Modular ice machine

It comes in a wide variety of sizes and with different ice production rates. The storage tank is a separate unit, also available in a variety of storage capacities. The machine is typically stackable on top of the ice bin, creating the appearance of a single piece of equipment. However, this arrangement of separate units makes cleaning and maintenance easier.

Autonomous ice machines

They include the ice maker and ice collection tray within the same box, creating a true individual unit. It takes up less physical space, but on the contrary, the ice production and storage capacity are less than that of modular units. Self-contained ice machines are available in a variety of sizes and capacities, which is a very practical solution when there are problems of lack of space in the workplaces where it must be installed.

Undercounter ice machines

This type is very practical because its compact design allows you to have ice close at hand without taking up too much space. However, these types of machines have lower ice production rates and their storage capacity is significantly less than the larger autonomous units, which means that they have to make ice more times, with the consequent energy expenditure.

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Ice maker: How it works and benefits.

The water comes from an external source and rises through a tremendously icy metallic coating, which, in less than 60 seconds, turns the water into columns of ice. A stainless steel spiral is responsible for raising the ice to the upper part of the machine, where a rotating arm is responsible for splitting the columns, turning them into cubes and sending them to the freezer where they are stored.

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