Prodis launches icemaker to combat drainage issues

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The Stratus 6C doesn’t require a drain as it is connected to mains water.

Prodis has added another icemaker to its portfolio, the Stratus S6C.

The model is suitable for light to medium use in environments where space and drainage are difficult issues to overcome. With no drain required, installation restrictions should be minimal.

The icemaker is connected to mains water for ease of use, while the insulated sub-zero storage bin keeps ice frozen and ready for use. The unit will detect when the internal storage bin is full and stop making ice and restart as soon as ice is removed.

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The ice storage bin is removable to allow for easy cleaning and transportation of ice, and the S6C comes with a complimentary ice scoop for sanitary handling of ice.

The neutral design of the S6C is said to match any decor and can be built-in or used as a free-standing appliance.

Crescent ice is half-moon in shape; the ergonomic shape of the ice cube should enable liquid to flow easily over it, allowing for an even pour without the risk of splashing.

This type of ice is suitable for most drinks and the cloudiness of the ice allows for blending or crushing for smoothies and cocktails.

The shape is also designed to allow for maximum storage within the ice bin, leaving less air between cubes when they are packed together.

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