Ice Making Equipment in Laboratories: a detailed overview of Kalsteinโ€™s models

In the field of science, every procedure is critical and requires precision, where even ice making is no exception. Kalstein equipment has set the benchmark for effectiveness and efficiency in laboratory ice making. With several models to choose from, each machine is specially designed for different laboratory needs.

Ice is an essential material in laboratories and hospitals as it serves as a cooling medium for samples and chemicals. Laboratory ice makers are therefore indispensable equipment that must be safe, reliable and efficient. In this article, we will provide a detailed analysis of the technical specifications and features of Kalstein ice machine models.

The extremely powerful models YR05143 and YR05144

Kalsteinโ€™s YR05143 and YR05144 laboratory ice machines are remarkable for their astonishing ice production capacity: 300 and 500 kg in 24 hours respectively. Ice storage, likewise, is considerable, reaching up to 200 kg in the YR05143 and 300 kg in the YR05144. Both operate on 220V/50Hz or 110V/60Hz voltages, although the latter requires an additional charge.

In terms of energy, these machines are energy efficient, consuming 1360W and 2100W respectively. Both models employ air conditioning as the cooling medium and have R404a refrigerant. In addition, they are powered by tap water, which ensures accessibility and easy water supply.

Versatile models YR05134, YR05135 and YR05136

Kalsteinโ€™s YR05134, YR05135 and YR05136 models offer varying ice making capacities, from 60 kg to 85 kg in 24 hours. However, they all have the same ice storage capacity of 25 kg. Like the powerful models above, these machines also operate on 220V/50Hz or 110V/60Hz (additional charge required).

As for power consumption, it varies between 420W and 480W. They are all air-conditioned for cooling and use R134a refrigerant. In addition, these models also accept tap water as a water supply source.

YR05140 and YR05141 mid-range machines

The YR05140 and YR05141 models of Kalstein laboratory ice machines are in the mid-range, with ice production capacities of 200 kg and 250 kg respectively in 24 hours. Although their ice storage capacity remains at 60 kg for both, they offer the same advantages as the other models.

They operate at voltages of 220V/50Hz or 110V/60Hz (additional charge required) and consume 1040W and 1100W respectively. These machines also use air conditioning as cooling system and R134a refrigerant. Like the other Kalstein models, these are also powered by tap water.

The compact models YR05130 and YR05131

Finally, there are the sleek and compact YR05130 and YR05131 models, with production capacities of 20 kg and 30 kg of ice in 24 hours respectively. Both have an ice storage capacity of 10 kg, which is adequate for their small size. They operate on 220V/50Hz or 110V/60Hz voltages (additional charge required) and have a power consumption of 280W and 300W respectively.

Like all models, they have air conditioning cooling system and use R134a refrigerant. In addition, their water supply source is tap water, making these machines a versatile and practical option for any type of laboratory.ย