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          Undercounter Ice Machines

          Atosa Undercounter Ice Maker (283 LB / 24 HR) - YR280-AP-161


          Atosa Undercounter Ice Maker (142 LB / 24 HR) - YR140-AP-161


          Commerical Undercounter Ice Machines or Ice Makers

          Are you tired of constantly running to the store to buy bags of ice for your drinks, or struggling to keep up with the ice demands in your commercial establishment? If so, it's time to consider the ultimate solution – undercounter ice machines.

          Undercounter ice machines are rapidly becoming a go-to choice for anyone who wants a convenient and efficient way to keep the drinks flowing. These compact units offer a seamless solution for producing ice on-demand. With an undercounter ice machine, you no longer have to deal with the hassle of traditional ice cube trays or constant trips to the store. Say goodbye to the days of dealing with ice trays that never seem to fill up fast enough and hello to the wonders of the undercounter ice maker.

          Undercounter Ice Machines: A Cool Game Changer

          For times when your freezer's built-in ice maker can't quite keep up with your need for ice cubes or your preference for specific ice shapes to keep your drinks nicely cold, a separate ice maker is a great choice. These special machines not only work better than a regular freezer but also have the potential to make dense, clear ice, something you'd typically need an ice mold for.

          If you're worried about space or simply want to add a new appliance to your kitchen that blends nicely with your existing design, consider an undercounter ice maker. These machines are designed to fit smoothly into your cabinetry, so they're as inconspicuous as your dishwasher or a built-in wine fridge. To help you choose the right one, we've done extensive research on undercounter ice makers, taking into account factors like design, efficiency, ice production capacity, and overall value.

          Benefits of an Undercounter Ice Machine

          Vancouver Restaurant Supply offers a wide variety of undercounter ice machines to choose from, so you can find the perfect one for your needs. Our machines are made with high-quality materials and are built to last. They are also easy to use and maintain, so you can be sure that they will be a valuable asset to your business.

          There are many benefits to using an undercounter ice machine. Here are just a few:

          1. Space-Saving Marvel: A small under counter ice maker fits perfectly into your kitchen or bar area, leaving your countertop free for other essentials.

          2. Convenience at Its Best: An automatic ice maker ensures that ice is readily available, ready to enhance the flavor and chill of your beverages.

          3. Commercial-grade Ice Production: Commercial undercounter ice makers are designed for high-demand environments, such as bars and restaurants, delivering consistent ice production throughout the day.

          4. Built-In Perfection: The sleek and modern design of an undercounter ice maker complements any space, whether it's your home or your business.

          How to Choose the Right Undercounter Ice Machine for Your Business

          Ice Production Capacity

          The quantity of ice your ice maker can produce in a 24-hour period is crucial. It's an essential factor, particularly if you have a large household or frequently host gatherings. To ensure your ice needs are met, assess the unit's daily ice production capacity.

          Ice Varieties

          If you have a specific ice preference, this factor deserves your close attention. Ice makers can craft a variety of ice shapes, from cubes to crescents, nuggets, chips, and more. Each shape is tailored for specific uses. For instance, cubes are a favorite for chilling beverages, while nugget ice offers a softer, chewable texture, making it ideal for blended cocktails and smoothies. Certain models even produce clear ice, which is denser and devoid of impurities, resulting in longer-lasting ice.

          Cooling System

          Ice makers employ either air or water for cooling their refrigeration systems. Air-cooled units are generally more energy-efficient, but they demand ample clearance and proper ambient air circulation. On the other hand, water-cooled machines excel in environments with higher air particle levels, limited circulation, or constrained space, although they do consume more water, potentially increasing operating costs.


          Virtually every ice maker or built-in ice maker necessitates a drainage system to handle melted ice and condensation. This typically involves either a gravity drain or a drain pump. A gravity drain relies on a drain located within two feet of the ice machine to function effectively. In cases where this is not feasible, a drain pump comes to the rescue, facilitating the transfer of water from a more distant location to the nearest drainage point. Verify the drainage system compatibility of your chosen ice maker with your setup before making a commitment.

          With a drain pump, your ice maker efficiently manages excess water, making installation a breeze.

          Contact us today to learn more about our undercounter ice machines and to get a free quote.

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