IM-30CNE
The Art of Ice Making!
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IM-30CNE

Ice production capacity (kg/24h) :28kg (AT 10 degC / WT 10 degC)
24kg (AT 21 degC / WT 15 degC)
19kg (AT 32 degC / WT 21 degC )
Storage capacity (kg):11.5
Dimensions WxDxH (mm) :398 x 446 x 695 (787 - 822)
Electrical supply:1/220-240V/50Hz
Electrical consumption (W/h):270W / 370 kcal/h
Refrigerant Charge:R134A / 130g
Weight (kg)  (NET/GROSS) :34kg / 38kg

The unique IM range of ice makers is designed with hygiene as a priority and utilises a closed cell ice making system that has an automatic rinse and flush cycle. This means that, after every new batch of ice, the water reservoir will drain, rinse and then refill with fresh water.

1. With the water plate closed against the underside of the evaporator, the water circuit is closed to
both outside contamination and water loss under normal circumstances. Importantly, each cube is made
individually by a dedicated jet spray to ensure the highest possible ice quality.

2. As the ice cube slowly forms, the spray continues till the end of the cycle. No fresh water is required as the internal reservoir capacity is adequate for a full cycle of ice.

3. When the cube is fully formed, the electronic controller initiates a hot gas defrost cycle. The water plate
opens and the hot gas slowly warms the evaporator. At this point, all remaining water from the ice making
cycle is drained.


4. Eventually, the ice will drop from the evaporator into the ice bin. The water plate will be rinsed with fresh
water to remove any remaining particles before it starts to close again. Fresh water continues to enter until the
reservoir is full to enable a new freeze cycle to commence.

2. As the ice cube slowly forms, the spray continues till the end of the cycle. No fresh water is required as the internal reservoir capacity is adequate for a full cycle of ice.

3. When the cube is fully formed, the electronic controller initiates a hot gas defrost cycle. The water plate
opens and the hot gas slowly warms the evaporator. At this point, all remaining water from the ice making
cycle is drained.


4. Eventually, the ice will drop from the evaporator into the ice bin. The water plate will be rinsed with fresh
water to remove any remaining particles before it starts to close again. Fresh water continues to enter until the reservoir is full to enable a new freeze cycle to commence.

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