Hoshizaki IM-100NE-HC 100kg Icemaker

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Hoshizaki IM-100NE-HC 100kg Icemaker
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2 Year parts and labour warranty

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  IM Hydrocarbon

Hydrocarbons (HC's) are naturally occurring substances that have proven to be some of the most climate-friendly and cost-efficient refrigerants to heat, cool and freeze.

Advantages of Hydrocarbon natural refrigerants include:

  • Good compatibility with components
  • Low charges allowing smaller heat exchangers and piping dimensions
  • Very low global warming potential (<5)
  • Excellent energy efficiency

Large Cube Production

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Description

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Bin Storage: 50kg
Production/24hr: 105kg
Connection Load: 0.56 kW
Electrical Connections: 13amp
External Dimensions: 1200(h) x 704(w) x 506(d)mm (Legs add 70-110mm to height) 
Refrigerant: R290
Warranty: 2 years parts and labour
Weight: 84Kg

Hoshizaki is widely considered to be one of the world’s leading manufacturers of ice machines and is committed to providing an outstanding level of reliability and performance to ensure customers can depend on them season after season, year after year.

All machines are originally designed and specified by the Japanese Research & Development team, employing over 150 engineers. The basic designs and major component parts arespecified for a global market meaning that Hoshizaki machines will effortlessly achieve outstanding levels of efficiency in ambient temperatures of between 40°C and 1°C - even in humid environments.

Parts are precision engineered exclusively for each machine. Bins are polyurethane foam injected with insulated, precision made doors with gaskets to create a closed environment that minimises meltage and thus decreases the number of ice production cycles.

Reviews

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Excellent product
Great machine, makes fantastic ice!
Made a huge improvement in the presentation of our iced drinks. Review by Cez / (Posted on 15/05/2017)