Commercial ice making machines

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Components for commercial ice makers

Every day, all over the world, people use ice for a multitude of applications ranging from keeping one’s beverage cold to much more critical applications such as ensuring a safe food supply.

Commercial ice machine components are typically used in ice makers for food service, lodging, healthcare and convenience store applications.

Ice can be produced in various shapes: square, crescent, cube lets, top hat cubes, and thin flakes. The machines come in a large variety of sizes and typically produce ice ranging from as little as 27 kg (60 lb) per 24 hr to as much as 1,100 kg (2,500 lb) per 24 hr. 

No matter the shape of the ice or the size of the machine, you need reliable, high performance of your ice machine, as well as low noise level, high energy efficiency and the option to use environmental refrigerants to reduce your carbon footprint.

Danfoss offers a wide range of commercial ice machine components - such as compact mechanical, electronic controls and compressors required to meet the demands of the commercial ice making process. 

Looking for industrial ice making machines? Read about our products and solutions for industrial ice making machines here.

Features and benefits

Superior temperature control

Lightweight and compact solutions

Stainless steel products for aggressive environments and the food & beverage industry

Reliable solutions, low operation and maintenance costs

Products suitable for use with all common refrigerants, including natural refrigerants

Long service life

Related products

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    R290 & R600a: Danfoss propane and isobutane compressors – tailored for light commercial refrigeration applications.

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Case stories

  • Danfoss ADC lab testing helps Haglund improve energy efficiency by 34%
    Danfoss ADC lab testing helps Haglund improve energy efficiency by 34%

    Refrigeration manufacturer Haglund Industri AB wanted to achieve energy efficiency class A. Experts at the Danfoss Application Development Center (ADC) rigorously tested new component packages and reported energy savings up to 34%.

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