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QuietQube 640lb Half Dice Cube Air Cooled Ice Machine Remote

Manitowoc |  Model: IB-0696YC

Manitowoc QuietQube 640lb Half Dice Cube Air Cooled Ice Machine Remote - IB-0696YC

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Manitowoc IB-0696YC Specifications


This QuietQube 640lb production half size ice cube maker is air cooled with remote condenser and DuraTech exterior. It is ideal for large food service facilities due to its high ice production capabilities.


  • QuietQube ice maker beverage
  • Cube-style
  • Air-cooled
  • Remote condenser
  • Up to 640lb approximately / 24 hours
  • DuraTech exterior (stainless finish with innovative clear-coat resists fingerprints & dirt)
  • Half-dice size cubes
  • CVD Technology

***Please note, this item requires a line set and condenser that is sold separately. Purchasing this unit by itself will void the manufactuer's warranty.

Manufacturer Information


Power Information

115 volts


122 lbs.
22 in.
14 in.
24 in.

Shipping Information

Your order will be shipped from
Atlanta, GA 30340

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(Not Available for pickup)

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.
AHRI Performance Certified
ARI Performance Certified
This product is certified by the Air Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration Institute (AHRI, previously ARI) as meeting performance standards.
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.