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True Residential Unveils New Clear Ice Machine

Friday, February 20, 2015

True Refrigeration has unveiled a category-changing ice machine – the all-new True Residential 15-in. Clear Ice machine. The latest addition to the True Residential product line, this under-counter ice machine is a dream-come-true for the most discerning home chefs and home entertainers who truly want a commercial experience.

“Our customers have been asking us for years to add a clear ice machine to our suite of commercial-grade residential products,” says True director of Sales and Marketing Steve Proctor. “After years of meticulous design and engineering, we are proud to answer this request with the highest performing, and most energy-efficient clear ice machine on the market.”

No longer will homeowners have to worry about running out of ice during day-to-day use or while entertaining. The True Clear Ice machine is capable of producing an impressive 70 lbs. of ice per day and can store up to 28 lbs.

In addition to producing the most ice per day, its energy efficiency is unmatched. It produces ice while using less water and energy than any other clear ice machine in the industry. In fact, the True Clear Ice machine is the only 15-in. under-counter clear ice machine that is Energy Star certified.

Those looking for an ice machine to complement their outdoor entertainer’s kitchen need look no further – the True Clear Ice machine is UL rated for both indoor and outdoor use, making it an incredibly convenient and energy efficient appliance both inside and out.

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