Flake ice machines

Flake ice, better known as supercooled ice, has a temperature around -10 ° C to -5 ° C and is also called dry ice because it is 99% frozen when it leaves the ice machine. With a flake ice machine from Horeca.com you can produce top quality ice cream.

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Buy your flake ice machines at Horeca.com

Produce flake ice in your company for behind the bar, at the buffet or in the restaurant. At Horeca.com you will find high-quality flake ice machines at the best price. With a flake ice machine you can produce the best and most durable ice of excellent quality. At Horeca.com you will find well-known brand flake ice machines such as Brema flake ice machines, Hoshizaki flake ice machines and Scotsman. With an order you get a minimum of 1 year warranty on your flake ice machine. So buy your new flake ice machine today at Horeca.com or view the complete ice cube machine range and order your favorite machine.

Brema flake ice machines

Brema flake ice machines have a stylish and elegant design. In addition, these machines are made of full stainless steel and the legs are adjustable in height. Not surprising that these models are extremely popular in many catering establishments. In our range you will find different types of Brema flake ice machines of various price ranges and of excellent quality. At Horeca.com you can choose from 3 types of coolers. You can choose from:

  • Air cooled;
  • Air and water cooled;
  • And water cooled.

At Horeca.com you can also choose from flake ice dry or flake ice wet. Do you not know which type of cooling and type of ice is suitable for your company? Then contact us. We are happy to help you and think along with you.

What is the difference between an air and water cooled flake ice machine?

As mentioned earlier, you will find both air-cooled and water-cooled flake ice machines in our range. We at Horeca.com are happy to mention the differences, so that you can make a well-considered decision. A water-cooled flake ice machine uses water to cool the machine. The machine uses more water to produce ice and, thanks to the stable water cooling, can be used well in a warm environment. An air-cooled machine uses air to cool the machine. As a result, this machine uses much less water per the number of kg of ice. Unfortunately, an air-cooled machine is less suitable for warm environments. Do you want to place your machines in a warm environment? Then it is best to choose a water-cooled machine.



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