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The 2 Main Types Of Pump Systems On Taylor Ice Cream Machines

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There are two main types of Taylor ice cream machine pumps designed for their pressurized machines. All the pressurized machines made by Taylor have either a simplified coaxial pump or a horizon pump. Below we explain the differences between the two types of Taylor pumps, the use of a third peristaltic pump in some Taylor machines, & we make a side note on the technology called "flavor burst" which could potentially increase profits for your business. Prior to delving into the details, it's essential to clarify that the information provided here exclusively pertains to pressurized or pump-operated machines. Gravity-fed machines,...

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How To Replace The Thermostat Probe On Your Frozen Dessert Machine

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In this post we will use a Taylor 794 thermometer replacement probe as an example since it has a very similar configuration to most ice cream machines. *** We recommend you have a certified technician do any adjustments or changes to machinery and always be careful because electricity can be dangerous & cause harm. Preparations: First, turn off the machine & then make sure it is unplugged so you don't electrocute yourself when replacing the thermostat probe. Removing The Old Probe Remove the screws from the machine cover at the top of the 794 which holds the control panels. After removing...

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Preventive Maintenance For The Taylor 161's Rear Auger Seal

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In this article, we show you how to do maintenance on a Taylor 161, the rear augers of the machine, & how to replace the seal to prevent internal damage to the machine's electronic parts. We always recommend you have a certified technician do any adjustments or changes to machinery and always be careful because electricity can be dangerous & cause harm. Taylor 161 Features  the 161 is a very versatile machine. It is designed as a counter top model with two flavors and a third twist option, single phase, 220 volts. This makes it perfect for bakeries, deli's, small gas stations, and any other...

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Why Invest In A Used Ice Cream Machine?

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Ice Cream Machines: Why Buy Used Instead of New Before we started Slices Concession in 2008, we owned and operated a Gelato and Frozen Dessert shop for 5+ years. Since then, we’ve helped a large variety of businesses start their own frozen dessert operations. We’ve helped everyone from small gas stations to large frozen yogurt and confectionary businesses. Selling frozen dessert can produce profit margins of up to 90%. Making the decision to invest in a used ice cream machine is the first step in helping you increase your bottom line as soon as possible. Reason One: Pricing and Value Retention...

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How To Install A Three Phase Frozen Dessert Machine

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In this article, we explain how to install a three-phase ice cream machine & how to check the polarity. *** We recommend you have a certified technician do any adjustments or changes to machinery and always be careful because electricity can be dangerous & cause harm. Note: Single phase frozen dessert machines do not need to have such careful installation because of their wiring. The beaters inside the freezing cylinder are designed to rotate clockwise. When turning clockwise this pushes the frozen ice cream mix towards the front of the machine so it can be poured out through the face plate's spouts....

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