FEM integrates compact Manitowoc ice machine

Manitowoc QM-45 crop
The Manitowoc QM-45 can be sited under or built into counters.

Supplier, Foodservice Equipment Marketing (FEM), has brought the latest Manitowoc QM-45 ice machine to the UK market.

This is designed to be a compact undercounter ice cube machine with integral storage, suitable for small-volume ice production, occasional use or as a back-up for larger machines.

The small footprint and front ventilation enables the QM models to be sited under or built into counters.

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Constructed from stainless steel, the unit also features a door which slides up and out of the way allowing access to the ice storage bin.

The QM-45 ice machine is capable of producing 43kg of dice ice in a 24-hour period, while the integral ice bin has a storage capacity of 14kg.

The dice cubes are a hard, clear, slow-melting, rhomboid-shaped ice cubes that can provide maximum cooling and quick production.

The ice is produced with Manitowoc’s vertical evaporator, plus the QM series features improved sanitation with cleaning and sanitising technology and an easy access air filter.

Levellers come as standard with the machines, with adjustable legs being optional.

The Manitowoc QM-45 measures 500mm(w) x 568mm (d) x 800mm (h) and is available from FEM distributors with 3 years parts and labour warranty for a list price of £1,890.00 plus VAT.

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