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Next to your oven or griddle, the ice maker in your kitchen is one of the most importance pieces of restaurant equipment you have. The need for ice goes beyond blended drinks best served poolside. Ice is commonly used to bring the temperature of salsas and stocks down by creating an ice bath. Between customer ice needs and kitchen needs, it's safe to say that ice is an integral component to your commercial restaurant operation.
It only takes one ice machine breakdown to realize what a pain life can be during service. After you've spent a day hauling in ice (most likely in more than one trip) you'll do anything to find a fix as quickly as possible. At Tundra Restaurant Supply, we sell over 600 ice maker parts—many of them are in stock as well.
Locating the right ice machine part for your Ice-O-Matic, Manitowoc, Hoshizaki or Scotsman ice maker is made easier with our diverse selection of parts. With nearly 500 Scotsman ice machine parts alone, we have just the door gasket, thickness sensor, spinner jet, sump level sensor and much more to get your ice maker up and running again. Keep your commercial ice machine running longer with our large assortment of ice machine supplies such as compressors, electrical controls, evaporators, filters, pumps and motors, sensors, valves, switches and much more. Our low, competitive pricing ensures you'll find quality ice machine parts for your kitchen equipment.
Remember, you can prolong the life of your ice machine by investing in a water filter. These low-cost items helps remove harmful contaminants and other mineral deposits from the water, preventing buildup within the tubing of your machine. Result? Better tasting beverages, higher ice production, lower energy usage and (perhaps the most important) poor quality water could void your warrant on most ice machines! Don't overlook this important component to your ice machine, invest in a water filter and change it every 6 months or less, depending on the water in your area.