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The ice guide part 4: Scale Ice – in a world of its own

10 October 2017

Ice is ice is ice, right? Wrong. Here’s the low down on SCALE ICE from Hubbard, the ice experts.  Scale ice is the coldest type of ice, because it is very dry, having just 2% residual water content.  Many scale ice machines use salt water, which is one of several reasons scale ice is not appropriate for popping into your average G&T or Scotch on the rocks.  Scale ice is used in industrial situations, for example, in the fishing industry. ...

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Gourmet Big Shot

22 May 2017

FEM’s latest Manitowoc icemaker is big on production of large gourmet cubes FEM’s new Manitowoc icemaker, the Big Shot, offers a high production capacity of large gourmet cubes. Capable of producing over 2,000 crystal clear 60g gourmet cubes a day, the Big Shot icemaker ensures it can keep up with the highest demands, whilst delivering cubes that offer a better chill with a “wow” factor in terms of appearance and less dilution.

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Ice Saf-T

12 November 2015

FEM’s new San Jamar Saf-T-Ice Scoop Caddy and Saf-T-Scoops Ice is classified as a food, so it is vital that operators follow stringent hygiene procedures when scooping and serving it. One vital component is the scoop. FEM has launched its new San Jamar Saf-T-Ice Scoop Caddy which provides dedicated and sanitary storage for ice scoops. The Caddy keeps the ice scoop safe from harmful bacteria, dirt and cross contamination, whilst ensuring it is close to hand when required.

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Mondrian London at Sea Containers pick Scotsman ice

25 June 2015

When presentation is vital, supercubes look the part Catering is incredibly busy at the South Bank’s newest landmark hotel, Mondrian London at Sea Containers. Alongside Sea Containers restaurant, which serves 600 or more per day, there is the Den (‘part gathering place, part decompression zone’), Dandelyan cocktail bar and Rumpus Room, the hotel’s rooftop bar and lounge. Plus the hotel hosts events, catering for up to 200. Ice is in big demand and to ensure there is always a reliable...

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Which ice is right for your hotel?

10 June 2015

Hubbard produces the Hotel Ice Guide Hotels use lots of different types of ice for various applications – in the bar, the restaurant, the kitchen, and for room service. Selecting the right ice types for an individual venue, and the right machines, is an important decision. Now Hubbard Systems, the company distributing the market-leading Scotsman range of ice machines, has produced the Hotel Ice Guide. It shows which types of ice are best for which application – gourmet supercube, dice,...

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