For years of reliable ice production, choose the Maxx Ice MIM265H Self-Contained Ice Machine. This air-cooled undercounter ice maker produces up to 265 pounds of half dice ice cubes daily. The self-contained storage bin holds up to 75 pounds of ice and has a polyethylene interior liner. Constructed of durable stainless steel with a black door and black plastic trim, this indoor ice machine will complement any space. Its compact size is ideal for tight spaces, and it can be installed freestanding or built-in. It includes an ice scoop for convenient scooping in busy restaurants, bars, cafes and more. The easy-to-use controls and front-breathing design make this a wise choice. A water filter is recommended to ensure you are serving the cleanest and freshest ice possible for optimum performance. Meet the ice demands of your business with the Maxx Ice Self-Contained Ice Machine.Ice Type & Size
Model Dimensions (D x W x H)Model Weight (lb)
- Half Dice
- 0.5"(12.7 mm) x 0.875"(22.2 mm
- Unit 136 lbs and Shipping 148 lbs
- Easy-to-clean exterior is constructed of durable stainless steel with black trim
- Self-contained storage bin with 75 pounds of ice storage capacity and a polyethylene interior liner
- Produces up to 265 pounds of half dice ice cubes daily
- Includes an ice scoop
- Compact, self-contained unit can be installed freestanding or built-in
- Easy-to-use programmable, solid state, digital electronic control system
- Air-cooled compressor
- Built-in self cleaning mode
- Automatic shut off and overflow protection
- Front breathing air-cooled design is energy efficient
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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