Koolaire Modular Kuber Ice Machine KT-0400 – KDT0400A
CAD $5,398.00 OR $274/mo
*This is an Ice Cube Maker Machine Only – Ice Cube Storage Bin Sold Separately*
Koolaire Kuber Ice Machine KT-0400 – KDT0400A Features
- 440-lb. ice production capacity
- 345-lb. AHRI-certified ice production capacity
- Users can remove 2 screws and lift off the door to access the food zone
- White plastic food zone parts can be cleaned quickly
- Removable distribution tube, floats, pump, trough, and water shield
- Smudge-resistant exterior finish
- Full-cube ice size: 0.875 in. x 0.875 in. x 0.875 in.
- Uses R410A refrigerant
- Air recirculation is prevented by the air-cooled baffle
- Ice bin and dispenser sold separately
- Ice deflector is required when paired with an ice bin but not with a dispenser
- 3,800 average BTU; 6,000 maximum BTU
- Required ambient air temperature: 40-110 degrees F
- Required incoming water temperature: 40-90 degrees F
- Required incoming water pressure: 20-80 PSI
- Required top and sides clearance: 8 in.
- Required rear clearance: 5 in.
SHIPPING: Requires 7 to 10 Business Days
The Koolaire KDT-0400A ice maker has a corrosion-resistant finish over its exterior, and its food zone has white plastic and removable parts that support cleaning. To access the food zone, two removable screens and the door can be moved aside. A bin or dispenser must be bought separately, and a deflector is required for operation when a bin is used. This unit can produce 440 pounds of ice in near-perfect conditions but will produce 345 pounds of ice within 24 hours in a standard kitchen. It creates full-cube ice, which is ideal for almost any application. This ice type melts slowly but does not cool liquid as quickly as half-cube ice.
For ice to be produced in this Koolaire KDT-0400A ice machine head, the toggle switch must be turned to its “ice” setting. Its water trough is emptied through water purge cycles, and a fan blows cold air over refrigerant lines to bring the temperature down and cool the evaporator. As the evaporator plate cools, water freezes in the individual cells to form cubes. These cubes are then released from the plate when warm refrigerant runs over the evaporator, melting the cubes’ surfaces until they fall off.