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Hubbard offers site survey

Hubbard-site-surveyUK: Hubbard Systems is offering a no-obligation site survey to help customers decide which kind of ice machine best suits their needs.

Recent years have seen a proliferation of the types of ice available, with each having specific applications. Whether it’s gourmet supercubes, flake ice or nugget ice, it can be difficult for operators and specifiers to have the expertise necessary to know which machine to choose for a site’s specific needs and applications.

Hubbard, the UK distributor of Scotsman ice machines, says its site survey will take into account environmental factors, for example available space, plumbing restrictions and so forth, as well as what ice type the customer requires. 

www.scotsman-ice.co.uk 

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