Companies install filling stations in convenient locations in the workplace. Filling stations allow employees to refill personal water containers with filtered water. They receive great quality water without the bottles. Most people don’t drink tap water anymore and as a result, the workplace is cluttered with water bottles from 8 ounce throw away to 5 gallon jugs. Everywhere you look valuable space is being used to transport, store and dispose of water bottles. Filling stations are often used with sediment filters, carbon/chlorine filtration and ice machine with a stand and faucet to fill containers.
“Filling Stations" plus Filters/Purifiers are the sustainable alternative to throw-away plastic bottles.
From classic cubes to specialized nugget ice, there is an ice machine for any operation. When shopping for a commercial ice maker, take the time to consider what type of machine would best suit your operation.
When choosing a machine, think about factors like cube type, cube size, production capacity, machine size, ice yield, condenser type, clearance, overall height Undercounter cube ice machines have the ice maker and bin all in one compact unit.
The most important considerations when selecting an undercounter ice machine are overall height, production capacity and airflow clearance. Water to the ice machine can also be filtered through different equipment. Water test and location of machine are two factors to take into consideration.
Filling stations, coolers, ice machines can all be used with other types of filtration
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