Water cooled ice machines use water instead of air to transfer heat out of the machine. In these machines, water coils run along the condenser coils. The water cooled condenser coils release heat into the water, and then the hot water drains out of the unit, removing heat from the system and allowing it to maintain a cool temperature.
Water cooled ice machines are most often used in areas where it is difficult to control the temperature. As noted above, the performance of an air-cooled machine is greatly affected by the surrounding air temperature, where a water cooled ice machine doesn’t depend on the ambient air to remove the heat. This allows them to operate in warmer temperatures without reducing the output of the machine.
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