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Portable Countertop Ice Maker � White

October 19, 2011

Portable Countertop Ice Maker – White

  • Produces ice in under 10 minutes, Use tap water or bottled water
  • Makes up to 26 pounds of ice per day / 2 different ice cube sizes
  • Electrical: 230W / 115V / 2.0A / Electronic controls
  • Excellent for RVs, cabins, boats, etc. / No drain required
  • Dimensions: 9.5″ W x 14.1″ D x 12.9″ H / Warranty: 90 days labor, 1 year parts

Plug in the Koldfront Ultra Compact Portable Ice Maker (model: KIM202W) into a standard 110V outlet, fill the reservoir with standard tap or bottled water and have ice cubes in less than 10 minutes.

This portable ice maker can work in your kitchen, bar or office. It doesn’t need a water line or drain, making it useful for picnics, tailgate parties, outdoor get-togethers, camping or any other application where a standard water supply is not available.

You can select two different ice sizes, and the KIM202W can produce up to 26 pounds of ice per day. It stores up to 1.5 pounds of ice at a time in its insulated storage bin. Any ice that melts will drain into reservoir and be filtered back into the machine to produce more ice.

Note: While this machine is well insulated, it is not a freezer.

Easy to Use Controls:
No instructions required for this machine, because there are only 2 buttons. One button turns on the Koldfront portable ice maker and the other lets you decide the size of the ice

Quick Ice Production:
After adding water, the first batch of ice is ready in about 6 minutes

No Permanent Installation Required:
The KIM202W will work anywhere there’s a standard electrical outlet to plug it in

Price: $ 124.00

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Image by Brian M Forbes
The ice factory on the quay wall at Pittenweem, Fife

These tube ice makers are versatile.But certain warnings in the operating instructions need to be understood and adhered to. A few months ago we got a request from the management to increase the wall thickness of the cylindrical ice.There are 2 defrost initiation low pressure controls.The righthand one is for cylinder ice, the lefthand one for crushed ice.They wanted me to increase the thickness leaving little or no hole in the center.The recommendation is a minimum of 1/2 inch center hole.This reduces ware on the cutting blade, lessens the chance of freeze-up due insuficient water return, and prevents liquid freon returning to the compressor. Ice production was down.After ruling out a number of other possibilities it became apparent that iiiiiit was partially frozen inside the evaporator.This consists of a refrigerated insulated jacket containing a number of tubes for the water circulation.As the temperature drops, it forms ice on the walls of the tubes. When the low pressure drops to the set point on the LP switch, it opens a solenoid valve that allows hot gas from the compressor discharge to start to melt the ice tube allowing it to drop by gravity where a metal cutter slices the tube into usable sections.There is normally a continuous cascade of ice during the defrost time 0f 3-5minutes.[hence my video lingering on the ice falling should I need to make my point to the “powers that be” that it is making as much ice as it can now]. It took nearly 2 days to defrost the

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