2018 - Volume #42, Issue #4, Page #40[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
Where To Buy An Ice Cream Freezer
For the longest lasting and most durable freezer, customers choose from the Immergood line, says David Beiler, a partner in the Christiana, Penn., business.
The company developed the brand (the name means “always good” in German) in 2013 when they noticed the wooden tubs on ice cream freezer models they were selling would dry out and leak salt and water.
“We mold our tubs with a proprietary fiberglass blend so they’re leak-free,” Beiler says. “They’re insulated so they keep ice cream longer - up to a couple of days.”
Stainless steel components and gears don’t rust or strip out, and wear bushings between gears and housing eliminate shavings. With a triple motion dasher, it only takes about 10 minutes to make a batch of ice cream (4, 6, or 8 quarts).
“It has a see-through lid so you can actually see the ice cream as it’s being made, and you can see when it’s ready,” Beiler adds. Prices start at $269 for a 4-quart hand-crank model.
Immergood freezers also come in electric, drill, air or battery-powered models. The new battery-powered ice cream maker ($489) uses an 18V or 20V cordless tool battery and has been very popular, he says.
Besides selling its own brand, Georgetown is a distributor for White Mountain and Country ice cream freezers in traditional wood tubs. Georgetown uses 20-quart Country Freezers to create mobile units that can be used by organizations or entrepreneurs for events and fairs.
“Our Hit-n-Miss units are the biggest seller, but we sell all over the board,” Beiler says. They attract attention by sound and appearance with Deere green frames on rubber or wooden spoke wheels, and range from $5,690 to $9,090 for a double 20-quart ice cream maker with a 3 hp. John Deere hit-n-Miss engine.
For more information, or to order a free catalog, call the company.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Georgetown Sales LLC, 375 Old Dam Rd., Christiana, Penn. 17509 (ph 610 593-5193).
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