Selecting an ice machine with a remote condenser is a great choice for restaurants and other commercial locations that are tight on space or experience excessive heat. Considering that condenser units can be positioned in rooms above, below, and next to the ice machine means there has to be a way to get the cooled air transferred directly to the ice maker so it is able to create your choice of flake, nugget and cube-shaped ice. That’s where condenser tubing comes in.
Different lengths of condenser tubing are available to accommodate your remote condenser setup. While selecting your condenser tubing, as well as any ice machine parts and accessories for your new ice machine, it is important to consult the installation guide that came with your remote condenser for furthest distances that the condenser can be set up away from the ice maker.