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Few things can be as attractive as soft ice cream, but choosing the right machine for your business also may be a daunting task. Whether you are operating an ice cream shop, a small local restaurant or a franchise booth, our wide range of soft serve ice cream machines can ensure that you are a perfect fit for your unique business.
Soft ice cream is a simpler process, making delicious soft ice cream is also a simple process! Soft ice cream is essentially a mixture of ice cream and air. The amount of air usually added to ice cream is kept within 35%-45% to maintain the taste and consistency, while also producing a light creamy texture. With less air, soft foods will be as hard as ordinary ice cream, while more air may result in insufficient flavor and consistency of ice cream.
Traditional soft ice cream production only requires two ingredients: cold water and soft ice cream mixture. After mixing, the air will be mixed with the liquid soft ice cream by constant stirring in the machine before freezing, or it will be forced into the liquid state controllably by a pressurized air pump. Once the liquid mixture freezes, the result is a lighter, smoother ice cream that has been a favorite of people for decades.
Therefore, the most important factors to consider when purchasing a soft ice cream machine are the application of the machine and the capacity of the material tank. These all determine the weight and style of ice cream that can be selected. Depending on the scale of your operation and the number of customers you expect to serve, our machines may be better than other machines.
More suitable for your output needs.
The most important factor to consider during the purchase of a soft ice cream machine is the application of the machine and the appropriate capacity. They all determine the weight and style of ice cream that can be selected. Then according to the scale of your operation and the number of customers you expect to serve, our machines may be more suitable for your output needs than other machines.
Soft service machines are usually divided into two styles: countertop and upright. As the name implies, the countertop machine is placed neatly on the countertop, while the upright machine has a larger volume and is designed to stand on the floor.
The countertop ice cream machine is compact and small in appearance. They are great for front office operations and are generally easier to operate and maintain. The upright ice cream machine not only requires floor space, but also provides more functions and options. Floor-mounted machines can handle medium to high-volume services, while countertop machines are more suitable for medium to small-volume services.