In Cube ice dispenser was added human sensor specification.
Released non-contact specifications to improve hygiene awareness.
The manufacturer added products with motion sensor specifications to the cube ice dispenser series used in accommodation facilities and hospitals, and started accepting orders from April 22nd, said in company Hoshizaki.
In the environment of the spread of coronavirus infection, this product is required to solve problems such as anxiety about contact with equipment by an unspecified number of users and hygiene, and infrared rays are used for operations to release ice. Company adopted a sensor so that ice can be emitted without touching the switch.
Standard price (excluding tax) Open price
Power supply Single-phase 100V 50 / 60Hz
External dimensions Width 350 x Depth 500 x Height 1600 mm
Ice making capacity about 30 / 33kg / day
(Ambient temperature 20 ℃ Water temperature 15 ℃ 50 / 60Hz)
Approximately 15 kg of ice storage (when falling naturally)
Ice release amount approx. 1700 g / min
Product mass approx. 58 kg
It can also be released with a manual switch.