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Ice Cream Machines 101

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slices concession logo on taylor 794 soft serve frozen yogurt machine

Slices Concession Useful Ice Cream Machine Guides 

1. Single or Three Phase Machine 

Depending on your building, choosing a single or three phase machine is imperative. Single phase electrical outlets are found in every building and can be used by anyone. In contrast, only some buildings are equipped to handle a three phased outlet that is more efficient. 

2. Air Cooled vs Water Cooled

Another one of our FAQ's. Water cooled machines run smoother, freeze quicker, and are more efficient than their air cooled counterparts. In contrast, air cooled machines are ideal in locations with drought or a limited water supply. 

3. Chinese or Korean Ice Cream Machines

When in doubt, avoid Chinese or Korean machines. On a budget, they may be tempting. They exaggerate the quality and warranties on their machines. Investing in a brand name, like Taylor Company, with decades of experience will save you time, hassle, and money in the future. 

4. What Type of Frozen Yogurt Machine Should I Buy?

You should consider machine capacity, features/technology, and maintenance. Machine capacity is the volume of frozen yogurt you want to serve. Machine features include your cooling system, mix alarm, and electrical phase. 

5. Slices Concession Frozen Dessert Machines 

At Slices Concession, we are the ice cream equipment specialists. Our equipment is capable of making soft serve/frozen yogurt, margaritas, gelato, hard ice cream, milkshakes, and Italian ice. In addition, we sell pasteurizers and batch freezers. Slices Concession has become the nation’s largest wholesaler of fully working used frozen dessert machines

All of our incoming ice cream machines undergo our 22 Point Inspection procedure. The procedure's purpose is to ensure all machines are in good, working order. We look forward to working with you and helping you achieve your ice cream goals.  



 * Follow all local and national health codes. Always refer to local and national rules. This article is just a suggestion.


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