Scotsman has continued to develop a range of icemakers using only natural refrigerants by adding the MXG gourmet Supercube icemaker range to its EcoX collection.
Available from Hubbard Systems, the range’s three models, the MXG 327, MXG 427 and MXG 437 fully comply with the F gas regulations, and should have almost zero impact on both ozone depletion and global warming potential. They are modular units that have been designed to sit on top of a separate ice storage bin.
The three MXG models are designed to offer high volume ice production rates from compact bodies. The largest model, the MXG 437, measures 568mm wide by 704mm deep and 721mm high, and can produce 195kg per day. The smallest capacity model, the MXG 327, can produce 152kg per day.
Gourmet Supercubes’ ice is crystal clear, while the consistent thimble shape and slow melt make them suitable for any on-the-rocks drink, where looks, lack of dilution and effective chilling are key.
David Rees, group marketing manager of HTG, the parent company of Hubbard Systems, commented: “Scotsman has continued to maintain its eco-friendly commitment, while also developing an impressive collection of icemakers for every occasion imaginable. Increasingly, more operators are discovering that different types of ice are required for specific applications. The EcoX range offers a wide variety of ice, alongside the MXG’s popular Supercube.”
The addition of the MXG series to Scotsman’s expanding EcoX range brings the collection to 27 models. In total, there are 12 small and medium production level models, 13 high production appliances and two dispenser units in the EcoX range.
EcoX MXG models have list prices starting from £3,700 for the MXG 327. Hubbard Systems also offers a selection of ice bins that are compatible with the MXG range.