In this article, we explore the capabilities and production capacity of the Taylor 342D frozen drink machine.
The 342 is designed to make a wide variety of frozen beverages, everything smoothies, frozen cocktails, frozen lemonade, coffees, teas, cappuccinos, fruit juices, and so much more. The machine can be adjusted for each type of different product to get a consistency and temperature specific to how you want it.
The machine comes with two freezing cylinders each capable of holding 6.6 Liters of product and two hoppers which hold about 19 liters of product mix. The indicator lights are located at the upper right hand of the machine and can help direct you on what is going on inside the machine.
Lets you know when the mix level is low inside of the hopper.
Lights up when there is absolutely no more product inside of the hopper & there is only mix found in the barrel. At this point, the machine will shut off completely to protect the barrel.
this indicator light can be set to require a cleaning every day, every fourth day, or completely disable this light depending on the needs of each business.
This compartment is found behind the machine's drip tray and underneath the barrels and it can be used to store different toppings & things you'd like to use in your frozen drinks. Some machines come with a blender in the middle of the two freezing cylinders so you can mix up ingredients before serving to customers.
We use 16 ounce cups to test the production capacity of the machine. Each freezing cylinder is able to serve five 16 ounce cups (10 cups or 160 ounces total) for each barrel before the machine needs time to freeze more product to get it to the same consistency.
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