Compare prices on commercial ice machines in Salt Lake City
Ice Maker Depot can help you Buy Or Rent Affordable New / Used Ice Makers Ice maker solutions for offices, hotels, motels, restaurants, and more. Save as much as 28%. Free delivery and a wide selection of big-name brands to chose from. Quality ice makers from brands like Manitowoc, Hoshizaki, Ice-O-Matic, Follet, Igloo, and more. From undercounter to large ice dispensers we have the best price.
Ice Makers For Offices of All Industries and Needs:
|Office Ice Machines||Countertop Ice Machines||Ice Makers Rent|
|Restaurant Ice Makers||Undercounter Ice Machines||Ice Makers For Sale|
|Hotel Ice Machines||Vending Ice Machine||Lease Ice Machines|
|Bar Ice Machines||Industrial Ice Makers||See Pricing|
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How Much Do Ice Machines Cost in Salt Lake City?
Ice machines in Salt Lake City cost between $1,440 – $5,125. Typical delivery time is in 1-2 business days if you are within 40 miles of the local ice machine dealer.
Salt Lake City Ice Machines For Rent or Purchase:
- Ice Dispensers
- Counter Top Ice Makers
- Undercounter Ice Machines
- Cubed, Shaved, Nugget, Flake, Crushed
- New and Used Ice Machines
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Types of Commercial Ice Makers – Compare Price and Save (Chart)
|Modular||Stackable Units||200 lbs to 1900 lbs per day, depending on unit|
|May include storage bin, water dispenser, and/or soda dispenser|
|Typical widths: 22″, 30″, or 48″ inch units|
|Under Counter||Self-Contained Unit||350 lbs per day, sometimes more, depending on unit|
|Combo ice maker/storage bin|
|Can fit under countertop|
|Countertop||Smaller than modular or under counter units||Up to 400 lbs per day|
|High ice output|
|Most common form is nugget ice|
Salt Lake City Commercial Ice Machines From The Best Brands
- Little Giant
Ice in capacity range from 100 lbs to 1,500 lbs. Over 250 serving vessels for cups or buckets make it easy to get to the best ice machine for your business.
Calculate How Much Ice For Your Salt Lake City, UT Business (Chart)
|Application||Daily Usage||100 Customers||250 Customers||500 Customers||1000 Customers||1500 Customers|
|Restaurant||1.5 lbs ice per head||180 lbs||450 lbs||900 lbs||1800 lbs||2700 lbs|
|Bar||3 lbs ice per person||360 lbs||900 lbs||1800 lbs||3600 lbs||5400 lbs|
|Water Glass||6 oz ice per 12 oz glass||45lbs||113 lbs||225 lbs||450 lbs||675 lbs|
|Salad Bar||35 lbs ice per cubic foot||—||—||—||—||—|
|Beverage Only||5 oz ice per 7-10 oz cup||38 lbs||94 lbs||188 lbs||375 lbs||563 lbs|
|Guest Ice||5 lbs per hotel room||600 lbs||1500 lbs||3000 lbs||6000 lbs||9000 lbs|
|Hotel Catering||1 lb per person||120 lbs||300 lbs||600 lbs||1200 lbs||1800 lbs|
|Patient Ice||10 lbs per person||1200 lbs||3000 lbs||6000 lbs||12000 lbs||18000 lbs|
|Cafeteria||1 lb per person||120 lbs||300 lbs||600 lbs||1200 lbs||1800 lbs|
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The importance of commercial ice makers is undeniable. People often overlook the fact that hotels, catering halls, and other food-service establishments can’t function without a dependable machine for making fresh cubes to serve their guests. We will help you find an affordable option near your location by providing a comprehensive selection of all major brands as well as prices in order to make this process easier than ever before!
Which is best for your business? If you’re looking to get a commercial ice machine without making an upfront purchase, consider leasing one. We can help you get affordable monthly payments with top-of-the-line equipment that’s ideal for any type of operation! Leasing has never been more convenient and cost-effective than it is now.
Commercial Ice Machines
Commercial Ice Dispensers
Industrial Ice Machines
Undercounter Ice Makers
New / Used Ice Machines
Types Of Commercial Ice Makers
There are four basic types of commercial ice makers.
Undercounter ice machines are small units with a built-in storage bin that fit perfectly under a standard 40″ high counter. These types of machines typically put out about 350 pounds of ice per day. This is perfect for a small cafe, bar, or restaurant.
Countertop ice machines are also compact units but designed to sit on top of the counter. Though small, they pack some punch and can generate up to about 400 pounds of ice a day.
Combination units offer users both water and ice. This is perfect for offices, healthcare centers, break rooms, and anywhere you’d like to provide a cool glass of water for your customers. Though the units are small enough to put on a countertop, they can produce up to 500 pounds of ice per day.
Modular, or ice machine heads are the big kahunas of the ice maker world. These typically don’t come with their own bin but are designed to attach to a soda dispenser or ice storage bin. Smaller units top out at only 250 pounds per day, but the big ones can go up to more than 1,000 pounds!
Commercial ice maker features run the gamut from self-cleaning machines to choosing the size of your ice to smart ice makers that you can program to follow certain protocols.
Some come with LED screens and have computerized controls. Some are easier to install than others and some units can either be built-in or freestanding, depending on your preference.
Identify what is important for your business and prioritize those features when buying.
What To Look For When Choosing An Ice Maker
Ready to buy a commercial ice maker? What should you be looking for?
The appropriate size for your operation. A small restaurant will only need about 1.5 pounds of ice for every meal they sell. However, hospitals need an average of 10 pounds of ice per patient.
The right type of ice is another big one. Nugget ice is softer than cubes, but cubes will take longer to melt. Neither type is appropriate for keeping meats and salads cold in a display case. You’ll need flake ice for that.
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