Maxx Ice Marine Compact Undercounter 25lb Ice Maker with Stainless Steel Exterior
Maxx Ice Compact Marine Ice Machines produce individual long crescent shaped cubes and produce up to 25 lbs of ice per day. The refrigerated ice storage compartment inhibits ice from melting and will hold up to 12 lbs. The units are available in stainless steel, white and black exterior finishes. Built for marine applications, the MMAR25 model is suitable for free-standing or built-in installation and is available with a removable flange. The units are easy to install because a drain connection is not required. This model with stainless steel exterior finish can serve as a RV ice machine on top of being an ice maker machine for boats.Ice Type & Size
- long crescent cube
- 0.5" (12mm) D x 2.5" (60mm) W x 0.75" (20mm) H
- 14" (356mm) W x 17.2" (438mm) D x 24.5" (622mm) H
- Ideal for marine applications, boats, yachts and docks and can be installed freestanding or built-in for most marine applications
- Compact unit can easily be installed in tight, small areas
- Produces ice up to 25 lbs (11.4 kg) per day and stores up to 12 lbs of long crescent cube ice
- Stainless steel exterior is easy to clean and corrosion resistant
- Automatic shut-off when storage bin is full
- Refrigerated storage compartment inhibits ice melt
- Travel latch keeps door closed during at-sea travel
- Door prop allows for air-drying inside of unit when powered off
- Available in 220V/60Hz/1Ph
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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