Innovation. When we imagine the advancements in technology today, often we think of mobile phones, social networks, computers, and software. However, one company has been revolutionizing its place in the restaurant equipment industry for over a half century. Scotsman Ice Systems and their high-powered Scotsman Ice Machines have been at the forefront of ice systems since 1950 and we are proud to carry a wonderful selection of ice machines that keep drinks glacial, produce fresh and seafood chilled.
If you currently have an ice machine in your establishment, then it is likely you know how critical ice is to your foodservice operations. If you don’t have an ice machine, the alternative is having truckloads of ice shipped to your front door, and that can’t be very fun. So, if you’re current ice machine is giving you fits, or you’ve yet to buy one, then you should really take a look at our line of Scotsman Ice Machines. What’s so fancy about ice machines? Well, we are glad you asked. Many of the Scotsman Ice Machines we carry are in their Prodigy® line, which means they “use significantly less energy and water than other cube ice machines, exceeding California and Federal energy efficiency regulations.”
But, Scotsman also added some nice technology into their ice machines. Two of our favorites (and there are many) are the Scotsman Ice Machine C0322SA-1B/B222S and the Scotsman Ice Machine C0322MA-1B/B222S, which both include AutoAlert™ indicator lights that can tell you when it’s necessary to descale and sanitize. The patented WaterSense adaptive purge control, “delivers maximum reliability by reducing scale buildup for a longer time between cleanings. The majority of the Scotsman Ice Machines we carry received our 5-Star rating and Editors Choice pick because they combine all that innovation with incredible reliability and mammoth efficiency.
So, if you’re simply looking for the best, most innovative ice machines, think Short Order. Scotsman Ice Machines may never make the cover of Wired Magazine or Popular Mechanics, but they should.