Euro Catering is now supplying Brema ice machines, designed to be high capacity and low footprint modular cubing units which maintain cool temperatures even in ambient heat.
The machines are said to be efficient when it comes to water consumption and the smallest undercounter model – the CB184A – fits within a footprint of 355x470mm and is 595mm tall. The unit produces 25kg of ice in 24 hours.
Larger models have an in-built drain pump, with the largest machine having an output of 98kg of ice in 24 hours.
The Brema ice machines create 1kg of ice from 1litre of water and should not rack up water consumption during a flush cycle. Additionally, thanks to continuous ice production, no heat is required during the harvest cycle.
Their sprayer-system technology creates a clear, hard 13g cube, suitable for use with mixers and whiskey on the rocks, or even chilled smoothies and milk.
The Brema machine has what is said to be an easy-to-remove spray bar and air filter and an easy-to-clean ABS plastic, rounded-edge storage bin. Having no flushing system should avoid the hygiene issues of bacteria emanating from scale build-up.
For those needing an ice flaker, which can produce flaked ice for food displays, banquets and buffet bars, the Brema GB601A can produce flaked ice that is 80-82% dry and has a 66kg per 24-hour output.
Euro Catering’s sales director, Justin Towns, said: “We are already supplying this high-performance range of ice makers and flakers to dealers and specifiers working with a wide variety of catering establishments, from licensed trade venues, to hotels and supermarkets. You really can’t beat a Brema cube, particularly when it’s produced with reduced impacts on water and heat consumption, compared to other machines.”