Ice Vending Business

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The weather is hot and you want something icy to drink. But there is no cold water and it takes time to make some ice. It could be such a disappointment! Now, have you ever thought of buying an ice vending machine? It can be used for both personal and public, and earns you some extra income at the same time.

It is a machine that specialises in making ice and purified water that is clean and clear for consumption. The XL1900 has both the mentioned functions. The benefits of buying and installing it include a low utility bill because this ice machine will not set your electricity bills back and it is eco-friendly to our environment. It is also easy to relocate from one place to another. In terms of sanitation, the machine is made of food grade stainless steel to avoid getting rusty, and it is very easy to clean.

Ice vending at home will not result in any wastage of ice, thus this saves you money and you will not lose any business as well for you and your customers are allowed to choose the quantity or weight of ice or water that they need. Not only that, it is also a low cost setup because you only need the existing water source and electrical setups. It is built to last with aluminium for the outer part and stainless steel for the inner parts.

There are many different types of ice vending machines in the market but XL1900 is one of the best because it only requires low maintenance. You can put the machine inside your premise or even outside. The interesting part of this machine is that you can also pay for it by debit or credit card.

Ice vending is always our best friend during hot seasons and also for events and celebrations for making cool drinks. Instead of buying from convenience stores, making your own from the ice machine is a better idea?

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This article was published on 2010/12/06