290kg Dice309kg Half Dice
228kg Dice240kg Half Dice
550(h) x 760(w) x 620(d)
Designed for operators who know that ice is critical to their business, the M Series ice machine's preventative diagnostics continually monitor itself for reliable ice production. Improvements in cleanability and programmability make your ice machine easy to own and less expensive to run.
Ice production: up to 150kg half or full cube Ice storage: Select Bin Dimensions (WxDxH mm): 762 x 623 x 550 Shipping weight: 75kg Power Supply: 240Vac 50 Hz 1 phase 10amp Ice Type: 22mm square cube.
M Series ice machines by Manitowoc are designed from the ground up to meet your operational demands for a worry-free, simple-to-use, basic ice machine, but that doesn't mean Manitowoc cut corners on quality. Instead, they used a combination of engineering experience and manufacturing expertise to create an affordable, reliable ice machine at a price that's well within reach.
Manitowoc didn't cut corners on ease-of-use, cleaning or maintenance either. There are only three controls you need: On, Off and Clean. And for cleaning, access to the evaporator and food zone is simple with the removal of just two screws and an easy, lift-off door.
On the outside, M Series ice machines feature a high-tech stainless-like finish that has been engineer-tested with superior corrosion resistance. The best part is that it's smudge and fingerprint resistant, so it stays cleaner-looking, longer. And, when it needs to be cleaned, a mild detergent is all it takes - no special cleaner required!
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