Manitowoc IY-0594N - Remote Indigo Cube Ice Machine Head - 560 Lbs
Per Day - Half Dice 3/8" x 7/8" x 7/8" - 30" Wide
Note: For The Remote Condenser Compressor See The Related Items Tab.
This remote Indigo cube ice machine head from Manitowoc has all the tools and features you need to produce ice reliably and efficiently. The machine can make up to 560 pounds of half dice size ice when used in an area with an ambient temperature of around 70 degrees F. It features an easy to read and operate display and intelligent diagnostics to help you keep it up and running. The programmable ice production helps you keep costs down during slow times. The machine is 30" wide, 24-1/2" deep, and 21-1/2" tall, and is made from durable stainless steel and fingerprint-proof plastic. It ships for free to commercial addresses. Please click the PDF link about for warranty information and to learn about other features.
- Remote Condenser Ice Machine Head
- Indigo Series
- Produces Half Dice Cubes - 3/8" X 7/8" X 7/8"
- 560 lbs. Ice Production (per 24-Hours)
- Air Cooled
- Intelligent Diagnostics- Provides 24 Hr Preventative Maintenance And Diagnostic Feedback
- Acoustical Ice Sensing Probe for Reliable Operation In Challenging Water Conditions
- Programmable Ice Production
- Hinged Front Panel Swings Out For Easy Component Access
- NSF Listed
Dimensions: 30" Wide X 24-1/2" Deep X 21-1/2" Tall
Electrical: 115 Volts, Single Phase, 20 Amps
Warranty: THREE YEAR Parts and Labor Warranty, FIVE YEARS Parts and Labor on Evaporator; FIVE YEARS Parts on Compressor
Note: Remote Condenser and Tubing Kit Required. See Remote Components In "RELATED ITEMS" Tab
Ice Machines: Air-Cooled vs Water-Cooled
If you’re looking to get an ice machine for your establishment but can’t decide which type is the best for you, we’re here to help. With commercial ice machines, there are three different types of condensers: air-cooled, water-cooled, and remote condensers. A condenser is a vital piece to refrigeration systems, eliminating heat to allow for continuous cooling inside. Determining what type of condenser you need depends on how much ice is needed per day, the working conditions of the ice machine, and the geographical location of your establishment. We carry all three types here at Zesco so whatever type of ice machine you decide that you need, we have it in stock.
Water-Cooled Ice Machines
If your establishment is located in a hot and humid climate where there aren’t any water usage restrictions, then a water-cooled ice machine is ideal for you. The air temperature doesn’t impact the condenser's cooling process of these ice machines significantly since they use water rather than air. These types of ice machines use less electricity when compared to air-cooled and remote-condenser machines, but use a much higher amount of water per day since there has to be a separate water line that runs into the condenser. If you’re looking for an ice machine that is relatively quiet, this is also the best options since there is no noisy fan in the condenser.
Air-Cooled Ice Machines
For a cheaper route, air-cooled ice machines are the way to go. These units are usually less expensive than water-cooled models and also use less water, saving you more money throughout the year as well. The way these units work is air is circulated over the water lines, keeping the heat at a minimum and water inside cool. An easy to install process makes for almost every commercial kitchen to be suitable for an air-cooled ice machine. The downside to air-cooled ice makers is the compressor coil fan which can be quite noisy while running.
Remote-Condenser Ice Machines
If noise and possibly a little added extra heat in your kitchen is an issue, then a remote-condenser ice machine would work out great in your establishment. Remote-condenser machines and air-cooled machines are virtually the same thing besides the fact the remote-cooled machines require a little more space to operate. The condenser unit is located away from the ice machine in a room or place where the noise and heat can be managed without disturbing the dining area or kitchen. These types of ice machines typically require air filters that need to be replaced regularly to maintain optimum performance.
Climate, space, and obviously cost play a big factor when it comes to figuring out which type of ice machine is best for your kitchen. When you determine which ice machine your kitchen is best suited for, head over to our commercial ice machine section to find the perfect one for your establishment today!