PEACHTREE CITY, GA (January 24, 2019) –[inlinetweet prefix=”@Hoshizaki_US” tweeter=”” suffix=”kmedge-x-series-ice-machines”]Hoshizaki America, Inc. has launched a new series of ice machines in the mid-sized cuber category. The KMEdge X family of products includes KM-350M_J, KM-520M_J, and KM-660M_J[/inlinetweet] for a total of 8 units. These 22” wide and 28” tall modular ice machines are perfect on a bin – either alone or side-by-side with ice production ranging from 383 to 669 pounds of ice per day.
Featured in NAFEM’s WHAT’S HOT! WHAT’S COOL!® What Works! lounge, Hoshizaki’s new KMEdge X series of ice machines offers several new features designed with the owner/operator and service technician in mind. Reliable operation with stronger, more durable construction, less service parts and increased ice production. Easier installation with a more compact footprint and factory installed ultrasonic bin control. Simple maintenance with new CleanAssist technology and redesigned float switch for one-hour cleaning.
HOSHIZAKI is the world leader in the design, manufacturing, and marketing of a wide range of products for the foodservice industry including ice machines, refrigerators, freezers, prep tables, display cases and dispensers. Our attention to detail, continuous innovation, smart application of technology and commitment to the highest standards – ensures that our customers have exceptional quality products. With corporate headquarters in Peachtree City, Georgia and a second manufacturing facility in Griffin, Georgia, Hoshizaki America, Inc. employs over 700 people nationwide. Hoshizaki has been awarded the ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence multiple years in a row for their continued leadership in protecting our environment through superior energy efficiency achievements.
See the Best of the Best in Ice Machines: KMEdge X Series
Featured in NAFEM’s WHAT’S HOT! WHAT’S COOL!® What Works! Lounge. Hoshizaki’s KMEdge X ice machines offer several new features designed for performance in a compact footprint. Reliable operation with stronger, durable construction, increased ice production and simplified maintenance.