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  1. #1
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    ice cream dispenser

    Hi guys, One of our customer want to buy a ice cream idspenser and he wants to know which made/model has good reputation. Do you guys have any idea? thanks

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    We have Electro Freeze. They not bad to take care once you start handling them.

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    I prefer Stoelting myself. It all depends on what you learn on and are comfortable with. Good luck.
    "We Sweat So You Don't Have To!"

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    Electro-freeze is the way to go.

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    Depends on how much capacity he wil need. Duke 959 with remote pumps from cooler can pump out tons of soft-serve per hour. Don't Want to buy something that expensive if your only selling 50 shakes a day. They also sell self- contained units. Really depends on budget, space and amount of product per hour sold. Do they have a machine now?

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    Re:ice cream dispenser

    I preferred Gold Medal product. It's a soft serving ice cream machine that you would like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PMARS2345 View Post
    Depends on how much capacity he wil need. Duke 959 with remote pumps from cooler can pump out tons of soft-serve per hour. Don't Want to buy something that expensive if your only selling 50 shakes a day. They also sell self- contained units. Really depends on budget, space and amount of product per hour sold. Do they have a machine now?
    No,they plan to get one since their customers asking for ice cream sometimes.

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    They should look into hand dipped ice cream as well. For a minimal investment in equipment (a dipping cabinet and some scoops) you can offer a wider variety of flavors and a tempting display.

    Some vendors will even supply the cabinet.

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