Bad Weather Can Cause Restaurant Equipment to Fail so Make Sure You are Prepared

 Ice cubes are a valuable asset in restaurants, especially during summer and in hotter places.  With the bad weather and destruction in the Northeast, it is important to make sure that your equipment is fully functioning because no one wants to drink a lukewarm drink.  It’s almost Labor Day so make sure you are prepared!

Ice cubes are the most popular type of ice shape used in commercial restaurants for serving drinks.  The 562 lb Scotsman Prodigy Cuber Ice Machine is one of the most energy efficient models available.  It also comes with an external indicator light that alerts your staff when maintenance is needed.  This is a great feature because it makes it less likely that your machine will break, and therefore allowing it to last longer and save you money in the long run.  The easily removable panels make maintenance easier then ever.  It is also a great option because you may have a fountain drink machine, but you don’t have an ice maker to go with it.  Maybe you don’t need a place to actually store the ice, but you need a machine that produces ice.  Free shipping too!

This machine produces up to 562 lbs of ice per 24 hour period.  If you are not using your ice machine as an attachment to something else, you will probably want a place to store extra ice in order to get the most benefit out of it.  The 536 lb Scotsman Storage Bin is a great storage option.  It also comes with a convenient built in ice scoop holder.  This bin is a great option if you are preparing for a catering event and you will need a lot of ice at once.

Scotsman 562 lb Cuber Ice Machine and 536 lb Storage Bin

Scotsman Prodigy - 562 lb. Ice Machine- Cube Style- Air-Cooled- 30" Wide - #C0530SA-1B Scotsman - 536 lb. Ice Storage Bin- Rotocast Plastic - #B530P

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