For over 50 years Scotsman has been one of the world’s leading manufacturers of ice machines and ancillary products. Today the brand offers literally hundreds of model variations, with more machines producing more different types of ice than any other manufacturer.
Hubbard Systems is the UK’s leading specialist distributor of ice making equipment and has been associated with Scotsman for nearly 50 years. Hubbard is known for its expertise and for the professionalism of its pre- and after-sales support. In the 2013 customer satisfaction survey, Scotsman came top in the quality ice machine equipment category and Hubbard Systems scored over 90% in all question categories, including ease of contact, enquiry handling, delivery, accuracy and technical support.
What’s your ice type?
Supercube, dice, flake, superflake, scale, cubelet, nugget… Hubbard’s Ice Experts can advise on every aspect of ice production‚ including which type of ice is best for every application.
The most popular type of ice cubes, a perfect choice for restaurants, pubs, and clubs. Made in the famous Scotsman thimble shape, they are available in four different sizes.
The shape of dice cubes provides maximum liquid displacement making this type of ice cube ideal for general purpose cooling of drinks. They can be made very quickly and are ideal for outlets needing high volumes of ice, such as fast food outlets.
Nugget ice is made from random cylindrical sized pieces of hard compacted flake ice, which have a slow melt rate.
Hands free dispensed ice made from hard compacted flake ice in a uniformed cubelet shape with a slow melt rate.
Flake Ice is the most natural shape. Extruded at a temperature just below zero degrees. Scotsman flaked ice suits a variety of applications including fisheries, laboratories and industry.
Scotsman Scale Ice machines manufacture ice in a range of thicknesses, from 1.2mm as preferred by the food processing industry to 2.2mm as demanded by the fishing industry. Scale Ice is produced in heavy-duty cylindrical evaporators designed for the most rugged applications.