Snow Ice Freezers
Snow Ice Freezers are essential to making quality Snow Ice. Freezing snow ice blocks can be a delicate process and the type of Freezer that you need will depend on the size of your ice blocks.
Large Ice Blocks w ill require a special freezer while Single Serve Ice Blocks can be frozen in a traditional freezer.
Large Block Snow Ice Freezers are specially designed to freeze at very low temperatures. They do this using Propylene Glycol (C3H8O2) and have specially designed cylinders for you to put your Stainless Steel Snow Ice Mold into. Large Ice Blocks are about 5.5″ x 5.5″ and require a special freezer with a minimum temperature of -25° C/-13° F. This is because the ice blocks are large and made mostly of milk and they won’t freeze properly in a traditional freezer. These freezers are very large and in the USA will usually require NSF Certification.
EG-02 Large Block Snow Ice Freezer
– Width: 53.5″ (136 cm)
– Length: 34.6″ (88 cm)
– Height: 52.8″ (134 cm)
– Gross Weight: 573.2 lbs (260 kg)
– Power: 220V 1φ 3100W
– Power Consumption: 3.2KW/HR (nominal)
– Electricity: 220V/60Hz/1-phase
– Current: start-up: 16A, stable: 13A
– Compressor Power 3HP
– Refrigerant: R-507 or R-404A
– Circulation Motor Power: 2 x 1/2HP
– Freezing Cycle Time: about 4 hours
– Nominal Freezing Temperature: -22°F (-30°C)
– Coolant: propylene glycol (C3H8O2)
Single Serve Snow Ice Blocks can be made in a regular plastic cup and can be frozen in a regular freezer. The type of ice block that you use will depend on what type of Snow Ice Shaver you use.