Ice Makers & Ice Machines: No more bags of melted ice or last minute trips to the store
Ice is a commodity that many people and businesses use in their everyday activities. Not many people stop to consider the source unless they find themselves without. If you have a large family, love to entertain, or own your own business, you must consider the benefits of owning your own ice maker. Whether your needs or residential or commercial, an ice maker or ice machine is a reliable source for everyday ice use.
Residential ice makers come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from small and compact portable ice makers to sleek built-in ice makers. These are perfect for small-scale ice needs and venues, such as your home, office, or small business.
There are also different types of commercial ice machines, such as modular and self-contained ice units. Commercial units are ideal for large-scale ice needs and venues, such as schools, hospitals, restaurants, and bars. Modular ice machines require a separate ice bin for storage purposes. Different ice machines make different types of ice, as well.
You must consider both the production and storage capacity when shopping for an ice maker. The production capacity is how much ice the machine can produce in a 24 hour period, while storage capacity is how much ice the unit can store at any given time. Many ice machines will suspend ice production once capacity is reached.
Whether your needs are large or small, consider how a residential ice maker or commercial ice machine can offer automated ice production, completely eliminating the hassle of finding a reliable source elsewhere.
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General Summary of Proposition 65
The “California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986” (more commonly referred to as ‘Proposition 65’)
was enacted to ensure that customers be properly warned when a product contains a substance known to cause cancer or
reproductive harm. The law requires the State of California to publish and maintain (annually) a list of substances
to be available to the general public. Additionally, the law requires that businesses properly notify residents of
the State of California about the presence of these substances in the products they purchase, or that may be present
in their homes, workplaces, or that otherwise may be released into the environment. The specific list contains a wide
range of naturally occurring and synthetic substances including manufacturing and construction chemicals, pesticides,
tobacco, food-additives, solvents, household products, drugs and byproducts created from a specific product usage.
You may have noticed the below warning label on our products, or on products from other manufacturers. The warning
has become increasingly commonplace and oftentimes raises questions about why the warning exists, and what it means
to a customer. The warning itself is just one of many requirements for businesses operating in and/or selling products
to customers in the the State of California. The warning does not mean that a product that includes the warning will
cause cancer or reproductive harm, but rather it simply is provided in order to educate the consumer that a substance
may exist. A large number of the substances listed under Proposition 65 have been in regular use for many years
without any documented harm to a consumer. This is due to the low concentrations and minimal exposure that actually
occurs with these substances. Those chemicals, however, have been determined by the State of California to be listed
as potentially harmful.
I don’t live in California. Why did my product include this warning?
In order to ensure compliance with Proposition 65 requirements we have determined that all products manufactured by
Living Direct Inc, including products sold under the EdgeStar, Avallon and Koldfront brands, should include the
above-referenced warning label. This labeling requirements exists for all of our products regardless of the
location / destination to which the product is ultimately sold and/or shipped.
We believe that our products, when used as designed, are not harmful and as such this warning is provided
in order to properly conform to the requirements of Proposition 65.
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