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429lb Crescent Cube Ice Maker 30" Low Profile Machine Air

Hoshizaki |  Model: KML-500MAJ

Hoshizaki 429lb Crescent Cube Ice Maker 30 Low Profile Machine Air - KML-500MAJ

Sale Price: $2,605.00
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Hoshizaki KML-500MAJ Specifications

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An Ice Maker is an essential part of a restaurant business. This Hoshizaki brand ice maker is efficient and easy to use. It can produce up to 429lb of ice every 24 hours (refer to our Buyers Guide for more information). The individual crescent cube shape eliminates splashing and the displacement is excellent. It's made of durable stainless steel; it's easy to use and clean up is easy. This ice machine is sure to be a worthwhile investment.


  • Durable stainless steel exterior
  • CycleSaver design
  • EverCheck alert system
  • Up to 429 lb of ice production per 24 hours
  • Stainless steel evaporator
  • Removable air filter
  • Lower height for restricted areas (stairwells, low ceilings)

More Product Info

The photo above is for reference only.

This listing is for the ice machine ONLY. The ice bin is NOT included.

This ice machine is brand new and ships direct from our supplier.

Manufacturer Information


Power Information

115 volts


185 lbs.
30 in.
28 in.
22 in.

Shipping Information

Your order will be shipped from
Peachtree City, GA 30269
Miami, FL 33168

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NSF Listed
NSF Approved
This product meets National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) standards for public safety & environmental factors with regards to design, manufacture, operation, and labeling.
UL Listed
UL Listed
This product is UL listed by the UL certification agency which means it meets safety and structural integrity standards for use in food service operations.
Energy Star Certified
Energy Start Certified
This product has been certified by a joint agency program supported by Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for energy efficiency.