2012 - Volume #36, Issue #4, Page #32[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
No Salt Or Ice Needed In This Ice Cream Maker
“The can is lined with copper coils, which cools the ice cream,” explains David Beiler, owner of the company that sells more than 40 models of ice cream makers.
Geared mostly to people who cater or sell ice cream at events and markets, the newest model offers several advantages.
“It requires very little labor. There are no salt and ice costs. It makes the ice cream faster. And there’s no corrosion from the salt, which is a common problem in ice cream makers,” Beiler says.
Customers like the speed, plus all they have to do is fill it with their mix and let the machine do everything else. There’s no need to watch it constantly to add salt and ice.
Georgetown Sales offers the ice cream freezer in models with a Honda engine or an electric version; $5,495 for either 5-gal. model. As a safety and convenience feature, there is an automatic shut-off timer option for $150 on the gas model. A smaller 8-quart electric model sells for $3,200.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Georgetown Sales LLC, 375 Old Dam Rd., Christiana, Penn. 17509 (ph 888 593-7009).
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