Classeq's Ice-O-Matic ICEF 155 Flake Ice Machine Produces Slow Melting, Soft Flaked Ice

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Classeq's Ice-O-Matic ICEF 155 flake ice machine has an output of 70kg of ice per 24hours. Flake ice is ideal for keeping displays fresh and for mixing in slushy drinks

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Classeq’s Ice-O-Matic flake ice machine, the ICEF155, produces 70kg of ice per 24 hours, has a rugged one-piece, stainless-steel construction and a 25 kg capacity, built-in storage bin.

Fresh Flake Ice - A Soft Sell
Barbeque special: Classeq’s ICEF155 supplies a constant supply of flake ice for displays and drinks

There’s more to a barbeque than slapping a few burgers on a grill. Upmarket barbeque operations often display the raw items, such as fish or burgers, on a bed of flaked ice to tempt customers. Flaked ice can also be used to enhance the appearance of a salad bar as well as keeping the produce crispy and fresh.

Classeq’s Ice-O-Matic flake ice machine, the ICEF155, produces 70kg of ice per 24 hours, has a rugged one-piece, stainless-steel construction and a 25 kg capacity, built-in storage bin. Using one-third less water and electricity than traditional cube ice machines, it enables a site to refresh displays regularly to keep products in tip top condition.

Flake ice maintains food hydration and is soft but slow melting. This also makes it ideal for presenting delicate summer fruit displays for desserts. It can be used to fill ice buckets and is a perfect mixer for long slushy drinks.

At only 535mm wide and 796 high, the ICEF155 is ideal for sites with tight space restrictions. The front- venting air intake and exhaust further cut down on the machine’s space requirements. All Ice-O-Matic ice makers feature Agion internal antimicrobial coatings to improve hygiene and prevent the build-up of harmful bacteria. Access to key parts for routine maintenance and cleaning is simple and easy.

For particularly busy sites Classeq can supply the MFI0805 with 343kg per 24 hour production capacity and the MFI1255 with 506kg per 24 hour production capacity. Both of these larger machines require separate storage bins.

Classeq cover the Ice-O-Matic flaker with a full two-year parts and labour warranty.
Ice-O-Matic ice machines are distributed in the UK by Classeq, part of the Winterhalter UK group. The Ice-O-Matic range includes the ICE Series cube ice machines, which make premium quality cube and half cube ice; flake ice machines, producing high quality flake ice suitable for medical use or for presentation and preservation of fresh meat, poultry and fish, and, pearl ice machines, producing soft, chewable ice crystals. Ice-O-Matic machines are available as modular machines with separate storage bins or as self-contained machines with inbuilt storage.

For information on the Classeq Ice-O-Matic range of ice machines, including details of your nearest stockist, call 0844 2259249.

Flake ice for BBQs – Apr-11
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Toni Turner or Alison Haynes at The Publicity Works
Tel: 01263 761000 Email: classeq(at)publicityworks(dot)biz
For more news about Classeq Ice-O-Matic visit the press office at http://www.publicityworks.biz
Paul Crowley at Classeq Winterhalter: 01908 359000

Separations charge enquiries: offers are only accepted by fax on 01263 761009. Please do not phone us.
All offers are considered. We will call you if the answer is ‘yes’. Otherwise the answer is, regrettably, ‘No’.

About Classeq Glass & Dishwashing Systems Limited:
British manufacturer Classeq produces the UK’s leading and most popular mid-priced warewasher brand for caterers. Part of the Winterhalter Group, and ISO 9001-2000 accredited, Classeq provides unrivalled customer support through their own service division and a nationwide network of distributors, offering everything from pre-sales advice to after-sales service.

Classeq, Roebuck Way, Knowlhill, Milton Keynes MK5 8WH, U.K.
Tel: 0844 2259249 Fax : 0844 2259248        E-mail: sales(at)classeq(dot)co(dot)uk    http://www.classeq.co.uk

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