This Scotsman 350 lb Full Size Cube Ice Machine - Prodigy Series (C0330MA-1A) produces medium-sized cubes, perfect for any type of beverage, in a self-monitoring ice maker that continually communicates its operating status. An external light signals when it’s time to descale, sanitize and more, helping to simplify this machines upkeep while prolonging its lifespan. This air cooled model meets Energy Star® qualifications, helping operators to save an estimated $493 annually. Innovative features and excellent energy savings make this ice machine an excellent long term investment.
- Classic medium-sized cubes are a common, yet versatile cube type
- Great for drinks of any kind, displays, retailing or dispensing
- Quiet performance
- Low operating costs
- Easy-access servicing
- Air-cooled machines are affordable, easy to install and ideal for water conservation
- AutoAlert® external indicator lights constantly communicates the machine's current status
- AquaArmor® anti-microbial protection reduces the growth of bacteria, mold, algae and slime
- WaterSense® reduces scale buildup by detecting and purging dirty water with each freezing cycle
- For use with storage bin models: B222S, B322S and BH360S
Air-cooled condenser will save you money
FSW Product Expert on 8/8/2010
With the cost of water and electricity bills on a continual rise for the foreseeable future, businesses are trying to squeeze every last dime’s worth of value out of their equipment. Utilizing an air-cooled condenser can save your foodservice operation a lot of greenbacks by considerably reducing the amount of water used by the ice machine to make ice. Water-cooled condensers can use several times the amount of water to produce the same amount of ice, and the cost of that water is going to come directly out of your pocket book. However, it is important to note that the efficiency of an air-cooled condenser is reduced in continually hot climates. In high-heat conditions, water-cooled condensers can potentially perform efficiently enough to offset the cost of the added water usage, so factor that into your final decision.