Longer lasting ice cubes, faster

A South African refrigeration engineer has developed an ice maker specifically aimed to function optimally under African conditions. It produces longer lasting ice economically, is easily installed and maintained and costs considerably less than imported equivalents.
The Super Ice Maker freezes faster and at lower temperatures than similar m {mosimage}A South African refrigeration engineer has developed an ice maker specifically aimed to function optimally under African conditions. It produces longer lasting ice economically, is easily installed and maintained and costs considerably less than imported equivalents.
The Super Ice Maker freezes faster and at lower temperatures than similar machines. Its production cycle takes only 20 minutes and cubes are formed at -15™  °C, making them long lasting. Once a cycle has been completed, the machine re-circulates the remaining chilled water, saving both water and electricity.
The machine is made of stainless steel and includes a tippable upper ice-making tray into which chilling elements are immersed, a water tray at a lower level and an inclined grid between where the cubes slide along into a lower container. Here they are kept chilled until dispensed. The ice maker also features a water purifier and the size of the cubes can be changed.
The machine is developed to operate in hot conditions and can run on a generator. Three different models are available, ranging in capacity from 130kg to 520kg ice cubes per 24 hours and in price from $3,300 to $9,500.
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