Remote Cooled Ice Machines

Remote cooled ice machines are commercial ice makers that utilize remote condenser units to keep cool. A remote condenser uses a fan to cool the heat exchange system. Remote cooling means that the condenser is located some distance away from the actual ice machine cabinet. The heat transferring from the condenser is released in a separate location from the actual ice machine, typically outdoors or on the roof. This allows the ice machine's location to stay cooler and requires less climate control for the surroundings, saving energy and money. A remote cooled ice machine is also somewhat quieter than an air-cooled or water-cooled model. Note: A remote cooled ice machine does NOT come with the condenser included. The remote condenser must be purchased separately.

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