Maxx Ice All Stainless Steel, 30 Inch Modular Ice Machine
Maxx Ice modular, air-cooled ice machines are designed for high volume ice production applications and ideal for restaurants, entertainment, hospitality, grocery, education and institution applications. The modular units measure 30" wide and are compatible with most ice storage bins and beverage dispensers. Modular ice makers produce either full or half dice cubes from 460 lbs up to over a 1000 lbs. Modular ice machines are designed with an all stainless steel exterior for easy cleaning and superior durability. The vertical evaporator and proven ice making technology will deliver years of reliable ice production. Ice makers meet Energy Star, UL and ETL guidelines.Ice Type & Size (W x D x H)
Full dice cube
Model Dimensions (W x D x H)
- .6875" (18mm) W x .875" (22mm) D x .875" (22mm) H
- 30" (766mm) W x 24" (610mm) D x 26.63" (676mm) H
- Unit 194 lbs (88 kg) shipping 208 lbs (94 kg)
- Modular unit is compatible with most 30" ice storage bins and beverage dispensers
- Produces up to 1000 lbs (454 kg) of full dice ice cubes daily
- 30" ice maker can be stacked with the addition of an adapter to increase ice production in high volume kitchens
- Maintenance is easy, the hinged front panel design, allows for easy access and service
- Compatible ice storage bin is sold separately, click here for options
- Exterior is constructed of all stainless steel
- Automatic cleaning cycle and bin overflow prevention
- Air-cooled compressor
- Meets UL and ETL guidelines
- Ice machine is available in 208-230V/60Hz
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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