Manitowoc

60 Lbs. Undercounter Dice Ice Cube Machine

Model:QM-30A
List Price: $3,432.00
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Manitowoc 60 Lb. Undercounter Ice Cube Machine - Stainless Steel and Black

Have commercial-level ice production conveniently available from under the counter with the Manitowoc 60 Lbs. Undercounter Ice Cube Machine (QM-30A). With a small footprint, attractive stainless steel cabinet and front ventilation, this ice machine can be placed practically anywhere ice is needed.

  • Impressive Ice Production:

    This ice machine may look compact, but it produces an impressive 60 lbs. of dice-shaped ice a day and can store up to 30 lbs. of ice at a time in its insulated storage bin

  • Easy Access Door:

    The convenient door slides up and out of the way for quick and easy ice access, perfect for quickly filling glasses with ice during peak business hours

  • Patented Cleaning Technology:

    Keep maintenance costs and labor low with this machine's patented cleaning and sanitizing technology

  • Air Filtration:

    Air is exhausted through a front vent but first flows through a high-quality aluminum air filter that is easily accessible when removal is needed

  • Alpha San Treatment:

    Key internal components have been treated with Alpha San, which decreases the need to clean and maintain your ice machine

Specifications

  • Model: QM-30A
    Manitowoc 60 Lb. Undercounter Ice Cube Machine
  • Brand: Manitowoc
    Ambient operating temperatures: 50-113°F
  • Stainless steel cabinet
    Ice production rate: 60 lbs. per day
  • Compact size
    Ice storage capacity: 30 lbs.
  • Easy access door
    Energy usage: 20.4 kWh per 100 lb. of ice
  • Patented cleaning technology
    5.3 amps
  • CFC-free refrigerant
    Input voltage: 115 V/60 Hz
  • Dice-shaped cube ice
    Adjustable leveling legs from 6.00" to 7.25"
  • Integrated air filter
    Dimensions: 36" H x 19.69" W x 22.34" D
  • UL & NSF Certified
    Ice dimensions: 7/8" x 7/8" x 7/8"
  • Warranty: 3 years parts & labor

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