Your ice maker’s water filter protects the unit against harmful particles like dirt, scale, and sediment. Ice machine water filters don’t last forever though. They require occasional cleaning or replacing. In this article, we show you how to care for your water filter – and your ice machine in the process.
Microclimates are when the surrounding temperature around your ice machine is much hotter than the room the unit is installed in, making them very easy to miss. YOur ice machine could be working overtime without your ever knowing it. In this article, we explain how to avoid microclimates by following a few installation tips.
Your ice maker’s condenser is a vital component that requires regular maintenance and cleaning. If you neglect it, your machine will work overtime to produce ice, which will cause a lower ice production rate and possible damage to the unit. We tell you how condensers get dirty – and what you can do to keep them clean.
Air-cooled units stay cool by emitting hot air out of the unit and into the surrounding environment, which can raise the temperature of your workplace if you don’t look out. There are plenty of ways to keep the surrounding area around your ice machine cool with a few simple actions. We show you how to keep the area around your air-cooled ice maker cool.