Ice Cube Machines - Undercounter Machines

Manitowoc's range of compact ice cube machines are ideal for small-volume ice production, for limited use needs, or as back ups for larger machines.

Specifically designed to fit beneath counters (when the machine is fitted with the optional smaller feet) or in areas where floor space or height restrictions prohibit use of larger equipment.

The petite size makes any of these models ideal for on-the-spot installations at coffee shops, stadium boxes, refreshment break areas, or wherever limited ice needs require equipment with a small footprint.

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IGA Awards Of Excellence 2018

IGA Awards Of Excellence 2018

"11 out of the 12 stores that are award winners are customers of ours. This is a wonderful reflection on not only the store owners, but also on the quality of installation and servicing of refrigeration equipment that our Company performs for them." (M. Baker)
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We are one of Australia & NZ's Movers & Shakers working with natural refrigerants

We are one of Australia & NZ's Movers & Shakers working with natural refrigerants

According to the latest issue of "Accelerate Australia & NZ", we are one of the 15 pioneering companies who have played a critical role in advancing the adoption of Natural Refrigerants in Australia and New Zealand.
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Mike Baker at ATMOAustralia 2018

Mike Baker at ATMOAustralia 2018

During the recent ATMOAustralia 2018, our Managing Director Mike Baker discussed the growth of transcritical CO2 in Australian supermarkets. Mike outlined the need for increased training and upskilling, and the results seen from the latest advancements in transcritical efficiency.
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