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Flake ice or chip ice? We are often asked which is better within the shellfish industry. From our experience there are many questions that need to be asked, but preference and what ice has been used before often makes the final decision. Ice Systems can offer both types and if there is a project on the table, we would be more than happy to deliver and setup one of our chip or flake ice, demonstration units. 

Located in Grimsby, Ice Systems has plenty of experience with customers using both chip and flake ice within the shellfish industry.

For further information please give Ice Systems a call or fill in our online enquiry form. We are always more than happy to visit your site to discuss your project. Most of what we do comes from recommendations, not only for the quality or our machinery and the ice produced, but also the response of our aftersales department when needed.

Before the delivery of either a purchased or rental ice machine, an engineer from Ice Systems will always visit your site to survey and discuss service requirements and airflow demands. 

  • Ice Systems’ chip ice is produced at -1°C, Ice Systems’ flake ice is subcooled when produced at -7°C.
  • Flake ice is dry to the touch, allowing each flake to remain separate without clumping or sticking together and ideal if it is going to be used quickly.
  • Chip ice can be kept at ambient without sticking or clumping. Flake ice can be stored at low temperatures without degrading.
  • 24/7 service and support when needed. If under guarantee or under one of our service contracts, you will have an Ice Systems engineer on site if required within 24 hours of a phone call being made – Monday to Friday.
  • Buy, hire or lease from Ice Systems Ltd.
  • Comprehensive product range. 25kg – 625kg per running hour capacity throughout the product range.
  • Quick delivery available on most machines within our range. If not the exact same capacity, Ice Systems Ltd will lend you a similar unit whilst your machine is being built to spec.

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