Euhomy Commercial Ice Maker Machine, 100lbs/24H Stainless Steel Under Counter ice Machine with 33lbs Ice Storage Capacity, Freestanding Ice Maker…
- Euhomy ICE MAKER- GIVE YOU THE BEST ICE – Are you still worried about not making enough ice? Euhomy’s commercial freestanding ice maker design helps you solve your problem. Commercial ice maker machine can produce 100 lbs of ice per day and comes with a storage container for 33 lbs of ice. The automatic overflow prevention of the ice machine maker also allows you not to worry about ice cubes overflow. Believe me, this ice maker portable alone can meet your entire family ice cubes needs.
- COMMERCIAL USE & ETL CERTIFICATION – Different from other stand alone ice maker, Euhomy’s ice maker commercial have ETL certification and are approved for commercial use. This is both a household ice maker and a commercial ice machine. This ice maker can appear anywhere. You can use it in your Home/Indoor Kitchen/Outdoor Kitchen, or in Restaurant/Bar/Hotel/Grocery store and so on.
- MULTI-FUNCTION CONTROL PANEL – The ice maker machine commercial is equipped with a smart LCD panel. Any function and any operation can be solved in the control panel. The panel shows the temperature of the environment, reminding you to pay attention to the temperature of the surrounding environment to ensure the efficiency of ice making. You can adjust the size of ice cubes by adjusting the ice making time. The industrial ice machine will clean automatically when you press the clean button.
- EFFICIENT & QUIET – You can enjoy the experience of this under counter ice maker all the time. The powerful compressor allows the under counter ice machine to complete the ice making process efficiently without causing too much noise. High efficiency and low noise provide you with a comfortable environment to enjoy your high-quality ice. At the same time, Euhomy industrial ice maker has an energy certificate to help you save electricity bills. In the long run, this will good for your wallet.
- CLEANING – INCREASE THE LIFE OF YOUR ICE MAKER – Euhomy recommends that you clean the machine regularly according to the usage. Requires water supply and drain (GRAVITY DRAINAGE). SUGGEST-Drain water once a day(PULLING OUT THE SMALL HOSE ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE WATER TANK). Be sure to keep ice machine upright for at least 24 hours before using it. Also, press the “Timer Clean” button for more than 5 seconds to enter the “Cleaning Program” to clean it twice before making the first batch of ice.
Specification: Euhomy Commercial Ice Maker Machine, 100lbs/24H Stainless Steel Under Counter ice Machine with 33lbs Ice Storage Capacity, Freestanding Ice Maker…
3 reviews for Euhomy Commercial Ice Maker Machine, 100lbs/24H Stainless Steel Under Counter ice Machine with 33lbs Ice Storage Capacity, Freestanding Ice Maker…
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John Ethell –
I bought this machine over a month ago after purchasing a smaller one and being disappointed with its capacity. This machine produced over 200 lbs of ice for our 4th of July block party and I took it with us on vacation to the California Delta where it was 100 degrees. We produced at least 60 lbs per day in that heat. I easily produce 100 lbs when we are home under normal conditions. With a 20 lb bag of ice costing $ 16.00 per bag ( yes we are in California) this machine kept 3 of us campers and boaters in plenty of ice and paid for itself. This plus the bags I ordered worked out awesome. 30 lbs to each boat per day plus ice chests full. I wish the next version didn’t need to have the cube blocks broken up but I would say this is a winner if you are in need of high volume of ice for camping, boating, and big parties #happy
S. Lewis –
This product is certainly “easy to install”. I put that in quotes, since you need a water line coming in, and a drain line going out. It’s very easy, in that it just plugs into your power outlet (no hard wiring), but if you aren’t particularly handy you might need a plumber to run those lines for you. But it’s not a complicated install either way.
Some things to note, and none of these are ‘knocks’ on the Euhomy, this is the way all ice makers in this category operate, but if you’re just getting one for the first time for your house, maybe you didn’t know.
1) The bin where the ice is stored is just a bin. Ice in there will slowly melt over time. Only the part of the machine where the ice is made is chilled. This is probably a good thing for you. It makes this product much more affordable, and it is friendlier to your electric bill.
2) You need three things – a power outlet (regular 110V), a water line coming in (same as your refrigerator’s ice maker needed), and a drain line coming out – remember that bin? When ice melts, it becomes water. That will pool on the floor, or you can run the line and remove the water. Do that. 😉
In my case, we installed it in our garage. It’s not obnoxiously loud, but if you put it in your kitchen, you WILL hear the condenser come on as it’s making ice. It sits about 6 feet from our hot water heater, so we had a relatively easy install, we had a guy tap that water line for the heater, and run it also to the Euhomy. Voila, ice coming in! We installed a water filter in between the water line and the ice maker, because filtration!
For the drain line, there was no way to get it safely outside my garage floor without a condensate pump. All ice makers like this rely on a gravity drain. If the drain line runs DOWN, gravity will ensure the water leaves. The further you run that line, the less likely you can keep it sloping downward. So any local big box hardware store will sell for under $100 a water condensate pump. Run the line to the pump, and then from the pump to a place where it’s safe for water to go, and you’re good to go. Our line from the ice maker to the pump is a downward slope, and the pump has a float, then when it floats that means enough water is in the unit, and it pumps it out of our house. Get a good pump, the cheap ones fail relentlessly. Our same plumber ran that line right next to where the water heater’s exit line was, drilled a small hole, and boom – all my melted ice water flows safely to the grass outside my garage.
One last thing… I’ll say it again. If you need a condensate pump, buy a good one. The first one we had died really quick. The cheap ones are very cheap, and being in the garage didn’t help (the motor overheated). We knew it failed right away, there was puddle of water on the floor one morning, and the unit was very hot. It had a small fan near the power supply that burned out within a month of installation. I bought a much better pump, and have had no problems yet. It also has a float-less design (one less thing to get ‘stuck’) and lots of indicators. Don’t spend $400-500 on a ice maker, and possibly $200-400 on a plumber and then stick a cheap pump in there. Get a good pump if you need it!
Because it’s in a garage, and because that garage is in South Florida, I did use the timer feature to let it “freeze” ice longer. I have it set to +4 – which basically means it freezes the ice an additional four minutes before dropping it in the bin. The ice was a little to “soft” with some unfrozen water in the middle of the cube otherwise. Depending on where your ice maker is, you might not need that drastic an adjustment. It still makes ice really quick and really often.
The ONLY other quirk is… it’s rainy season in Florida. We get a lot of thunderstorms, and our power likes to blip out for a minute or two sometimes. This unit will NOT turn itself back on. So some morning I walk in, and the bin is less than full because the power in the house went out briefly. Push the power button, reset my timer to +4 and I’m good to go. I wish it had an auto-power feature to turn itself back on. I may add a small UPS to avoid the power interruptions, and to prolong the life on the unit.
NC Dan –
The particular model of ice machine I purchased is a fantastic ice producing machine. It appears that it may have had an inherent problem when looking at reviews with an Electronic code error E2. My machine stopped in March and came up with this error Code. I e-mailed customer service and they quickly responded with suggestions and asked for more details about what the machine was doing. They initially gave me a list of troubleshooting tasks to try to see if it solved the E2 error. None of the steps they suggested applied since the machine was not working at all except for the Error info display. I sent them pictures of the Error display as well as pictures of the inside of the machine and connections to the machine. A few days later Lilly e-mailed me with a solution of replacing the machine with a newer model. I told them I would be happy just doing the repair if they knew what parts were needed. She confirmed that replacement was a better option for my situation since I had followed their trouble shooting suggestions and the error remained. Other reviews infer that this company does not back their products. I believe that this is False!! they responded quickly, suggested solutions, looked at documentation and acted above my expectations. People that buy these online electronic products need to understand that a company has a right to ask you to try some troubleshooting steps as a simple fix may be possible. The cost of having a repair person to come to your house is not justified or expedient as parts may still need to be ordered and a second house call needed. The repair labor and parts cost is greater than the value of the product. Working with these online companies in solving problems may take a few days or maybe weeks but repairman calls are not any quicker since parts have to be ordered. Euhomy is trying to work in this new Online world and we all need to Just Chill and work on solving our electronic problems. Perhaps there was an inherent error in a particular machine model but I’m sure companies quickly grasp this when a reoccurring problem develops. I am 100% satisfied with my service by this company.