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  • Air pump increases overrun, perfect for soft serve ice cream cones
  • (2) 15 liter mix hoppers; (2) 3.2 liter freezing cylinders
  • Two air cooled 1 hp motors
  • 2 main compressors that use R-404A refrigerant
  • Standard hopper agitators ensure product quality and consistency
  • Standby mode keeps product cold during long no-use periods
  • Built-in temperature display
  • Output of 80 qt. / hour
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Add frozen treats to your menu with this Spaceman 6378AH 2-hopper soft serve ice cream machine.

Pairing precision engineering with a smart, common-sense design, this Spaceman two flavor floor model soft serve freezer will give your customers the ice cream, frozen yogurt, custard, and sorbet they crave, and give you the simple operation you need to keep your business running smoothly! It can dispense two different flavors with the option to twin twist and have customers enjoy both at once! This floor unit is equipped with (2) 3.2 liter freezing cylinders and (2) 15 liter mix hoppers, and can produce up to 80 quarts an hour!

  • CE Listed

    CE Listed

    This item complies with the standards imposed by the Conformance European (CE), a division of the Intertek group.

  • ETL Sanitation

    ETL Sanitation

    This item meets the sanitation standards imposed by the ETL, a division of the Intertek Group.

  • ETL US & Canada

    ETL US & Canada

    This item meets the electrical product safety standards imposed by the ETL, a division of the Intertek Group, for use in the United States and Canada.

  • L6-30P

    L6-30P

    This unit comes with a locking NEMA L6-30P plug.

80 Qt. Output with Air Pump

Boasting an output of 80 qt. an hour, this soft serve machine is great for a wide range of businesses. Plus, with a built-in counter to track the number of dispenses per day and total dispenses, this unit helps you track usage so you can keep the right stock of mix and other ice cream supplies. This model also includes Spaceman's innovative air pump, which lets you adjust the overrun between 35-80% to achieve the exact consistency you need! In addition to creating a lighter product, the air pump allows you to use less ice cream mix while serving each cone or cup, and it is designed to minimize the number of parts and make operation easy.

Quality System, Quality Ice Cream

This unit features a patented freezing cylinder design that freezes faster and more efficiently than any competitor, a tight-fitting beater, and a precision-engineered air tube that allows separate suction of air and product each time the beater turns. This translates to smaller ice crystals and a smoother finished product that will keep customers coming back for more. It also means you get the most consistent overrun control of any gravity-fed machine, so you can count on each batch coming out with the same texture every time!

Plug-And-Play Setup

This unit ships with a cord and plug included so that you can install and use it right out of the box, with no need to call an electrician for wiring. It is 208/230V.

Two 15 Liter Mix Hoppers

This model boasts two 15 liter mix hoppers, with a magnetic drive agitator design that helps maintain consistent product temperature, in addition to preventing settling.

Smart Engineering

Maximizing freezing cylinder efficiency reduces the energy consumption and heat output of the machine, making it run smarter, not harder, to make frozen products. In addition, the scraper blades feature a 1-piece design, which cuts down on the number of parts to clean and maintain. Precision engineering and extra care taken in the welds and junctions, particularly in the hopper area, ensure that you’re getting a product that will last. This unit also uses aerospace style fasteners which allow easier access during preventive maintenance, saving you money and time on service.

Dual Compressors

This air-cooled unit comes with (2) 3.2 liter freezing cylinders, (2) 6500 BTU/HR main compressors (use R-404A refrigerant), and a separate 480 BTU/HR cooling compressor (uses R-134a refrigerant). It has (2) 1 hp motors.

Easy to Use Controls

Intuitive digital controls allow easy monitoring and let you adjust the settings for viscosity and hopper temperature. Standby mode keeps the product fresh overnight, and a low mix indicator lets you know when more mix needs to be added.

Swivel Casters

When it's time for maintenance or cleaning, a set of (4) swivel casters makes it easy to move the machine out of the way for easier access. Their locking design also allows you to keep the unit set firmly in place when not in use.

Customer Q&A Ask a Question

Can my Spaceman Soft Serve machine serve gelato?
This machine can only be used with soft serve style mixes of gelato, custard, yogurt, ice cream, and sorbet. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to our Customer Solutions Team!

Spaceman 6378AH Soft Serve Ice Cream Machine with Air Pump and 2 Hoppers - 208/230V, 1 Phase

The Spaceman 6378AH high capacity dual hopper soft serve ice cream machine combines durability, speed, and quality to make serving ice cream a breeze! This unit serves up to 80 quarts of ice cream per hour, while featuring a low mix indicator, digital controls, the fastest freeze times, and the lowest energy costs per serving. Check out this video to learn more!

Spaceman Beater Technology

Learn how Spaceman's beater technology can increase efficiency in your restaurant or ice cream parlor!

Spaceman: Assembling the Air Pump

Check out this video to learn how to properly assemble the air pump for Spaceman soft serve machines!

Spaceman 6378 Agitator

Learn how to best pour your liquid ingredients into the Spaceman 6378 agitator for proper function. Powered by a 1 hp motor, your soft serve will be sure to come out smooth and consistent!

How to Sanitize Your Spaceman Ice Cream Machine

Check out this short video for the details and procedures of cleaning your Spaceman Ice Cream Machine!

Spaceman Ice Cream Machine Overview

Check out this video for a brief introduction to the Spaceman USA Ice Cream Machine.

How to Disassemble Your Spaceman Ice Cream Machine

Watch this video to learn how to properly disassemble your Spaceman Ice Cream Machine.

How to Clean Your Spaceman Ice Cream Machine

This video provides a detailed demonstration of how to clean your Spaceman USA Ice Cream Machine.

How to Assemble Your Spaceman Ice Cream Machine

Check out this video for a brief rundown of how to assemble your Spaceman Ice Cream Machine

Rely on the Spaceman 6378AH high capacity dual hopper soft serve ice cream machine to serve tempting ice cream to happy customers! This machine can serve up to 80 quarts per hour, or 425 six ounce servings of soft serve products like: ice cream cones, custards, frozen yogurt, or even sorbet. This machine’s easy-adjust air pump creates a fluffier cone, and allows you to easily dial in overrun and profits, while making your ice cream mix stretch farther. Dual digital controls independently allow precision control of each flavor's hardness. Only Spaceman USA machines have 3x patented freezing technology for the fastest freeze times and lowest energy costs per serving. This ice cream machine’s special features include a refrigerated hopper and hopper agitator, which always keep your product at the right temperature. This machine also has multiple user and safety features including standby mode, low mix indicator, serving counter, temperature and viscosity display, over-freezing protection, and cutouts for motor overload or high pressure. Make your establishment a go-to summer ice cream spot with the Spaceman 6378AH soft serve ice cream machine!

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With Spaceman beater technology, your machine's blades scrape its cylinder walls, producing a more efficient product flow and ensuring every last drop is used.

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I’m Kevin with Spaceman and today we’re going to assemble an air pump. We’re taking this from the point after you would have sanitized. And when you have the sanitizer in here and you’re running it on “wash” for five minutes, you would have these pieces in the sanitizer to sanitize and this table would also need to be sanitized to hold the pieces as we assemble it.

So we have a theme with, you know, throughout the air pump where we have these twist locks. We have a pin here. On the housing, we have a lock. Lubricate the shaft. Push this all the way back, it’s a little bit hard to push back, some of them can be very tough, and then twist it and it will lock into place. You can’t pull it forward. We have two gears, one of them goes on the drive shaft, the other one is kind of to the side of it. Both of these gears need to be wet while they’re assembled. I’m not going to wet them, I’m going to show you what happens if they don’t. Then we’re going to kind of fix it because we get some calls with that sort of problem. There we go, get it all lined up. Gasket, little bit of lubrication is ok on this piece, doesn’t need a lot, it’s not a moving piece. And then we’re going to move to the front.

The front, we need to assemble this a little bit so, let’s come down here. This guy gets an “O” ring. This is the piece that sucks our product up from the hopper. Make sure that you lubricate this “O” ring well. And then the spring, the spring won’t sit in here very well so just kind of hold that with your thumb. And this all goes into here. Now, again, we have a pin and a little cut out. Can you see that? And that’s going to go on the pin and then we’re going to twist it to lock it. So, on. Match them up, all the way on, twist the lock. Now when we’re on there, counterclockwise, you’re going to get more air in your product. It is going to be fluffier, lighter, will stand up taller. The other way is thicker, richer, the opposite. This is going to go on. Hand screws, both of these are the same. Don’t go fully on tight with one, just go until it stops. There we go and then we put this one on here. We don’t want to go too much with one then the other because we can get this at an angle and then it won’t be air tight and it just won’t work. A little back and forth, there we go!

Now assembling two, out of, let’s see, out of these two black “O” rings, we have a little bit larger one right here, little bit of lubrication. Out of these guys, there’s a little bit taller one. This one gets the check valve. The check valve is basically a one-way valve when the product in the air comes out of the air pump, down into the cylinder; this is going to stop it from going back, so it is always under pressure. If you’re losing pressure, this check valve has gone bad and needs to be replaced. Not a lot of people know this, but there’s a little “O” ring that goes on there. Make sure you take this off and clean underneath there, it can get very dirty. It will snap into place. Then, one more “O” ring on there, little bit of lubrication here, and they screw together. This is the shorter piece. Now these two “O” rings, you can barely tell the difference. This one is a little bit larger. It is actually the same “O” ring that goes there. It goes on the outside. The littler one, and this one is tricky to get in. Push it in the top and put the, get a little piece of it in there. Pick and very gently, alright made it look easy! It just pops into place. Little bit of lubrication, little bit of lubrication.

Another one of these twist blocks, this time this cutoff is going to match up with this pan and then we’re going to twist it. So I’ll show you that. Put it on; now push this piece back onto there. Now this can be a little tricky getting these on, there is a left and a right tube. The air pump, this whole assembly stays the same. Put it on and just wiggle it in. Down and out, now pull this tube back and push this piece forward. There, twist to lock. Now this piece can’t come out, can’t come up, can’t go out. This is good because there’s going to be pressure here. You want to make sure that you get those tight. Now, you guys will have sanitizer still in here and you’ll need to prime the machine. So that’s how it goes together.

To get the sanitizer out, you prime the machine and set this here. We’re going to mimic sanitizer, this is just water and it’s not the full sanitizing procedure, that’s in another video that we have. Just throw a little bit in there. Ok and where we leave you with the sanitizing video is that you pull it all out on “wash”. So we’ll do that really quick. And now we’re at this point where there’s still a little bit of sanitizer in the hopper, there’s still a little bit of sanitizer in here, and we want to flush it out. Take some product, pour it in nice and slow, not too much, and hold the handle down. Let’s see what we get. Just wait now. It’ll start to come out, there we go. So we’re getting a little bit of water out of the front, it is going to turn into product as the product pushes all the water out. There we go, we’re starting to turn into product. We’ll let it go a little bit longer. It’s worth it to get the sanitizer out. Little bit more product in, good we’re going to get thick product out there. So lift the handle up, lift the prime plug up, pour in the rest of our product. It’s going to start to come out the prime plug. Just wait to make sure you’re not on “wash” for this. There you go, you heard it start there. Starting to come out thick, push that down.

Now before we install this tube, we want to make sure that this is also primed, which it’s not right now. And if it is, product will come squirting out here when I put it on “wash”. Nothing. Take a cup, scoop up some product, pour the product down the hole. Again, this isn’t as ideal as if we assemble it with just the sanitizer still on there and still a little bit wet, but if you’re in a pinch… and let’s just hope that this works my first time. I’ve got a lot of product that I’m using right now and I’m just holding it up there and just praying that it will get into the gears and start it. Let’s see what we get. Oh hey, that’s how you do it! Now again, we’re on more product. So if we move this, you can hear that extra air and more product. Press “stop”. Find the bottom. Again, we want to drop it down to get it in place, wiggle it in, pull and push, lock it, nice solid connection. Now, at this point the cylinder is under pressure. If I was to just go and remove this, it would spray yogurt all over the ceiling and if I go and pull this handle it’s going to release the pressure out onto the bucket. Let’s pressurize it a little bit. See if we can get a nice, good example of what happens here. And keep in mind, if it’s frozen, it won’t do this. But if it’s liquid, it is going to come flying out. So you don’t want to do that all over a cup, always make sure that you release the pressure anytime that you’re checking, unless you know that the product is frozen. And that’s the assembly of an air pump, that’s how they work.

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The operator slowly pours liquid ingredient into the still water reservoir. Once the appropriate amount of ingredient is poured, the operator turns the agitator on so it can begin mixing the ingredient with the water at a standard speed. When the ingredient and water have been sufficiently mixed, the agitator comes to a stop.

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Prepare two gallons of approved sanitizing solution. Pour sanitizing solution into the hoppers and allow it to flow into the freezing cylinder. Now that we have the sanitizing solution in the hoppers, we want to hit stop, and then clean, which is going to beat the motor and move the sanitizer around. During this time, we'll also use the brush again to get the sanitizer around the top of the hopper. We're going to let this sit for the time specified on the sanitizer and then we'll drain it and prepare it to make product. Now that our machine has been sanitized, we're going to chase out the last of the sanitizer with a little bit of yogurt, before we start to prime and produce. We'll remove our air tubes and install the caps. We want to make sure that we're using the flavor that's going to be in the hopper. And that's going to push that sanitizer down and through. Before we go and pull down the handles, we want to make sure we flip our power switch to the OFF position. Take a cup and you'll see the sanitizer come out until you get your yogurt. Now that we've chased out our sanitizer, we can turn our power back on. We want to pull up our prime plugs. And this is going to make it so that we can fill the chamber up to a certain set point. This will set our overrun. Once we see product start to come out the bottom, we're going to push the prime plug in and install our air tube. Press reset or stop, and then freeze, and that's going to start the production of yogurt. Let's put these hopper covers on and serve product. I hope that you found this tutorial on the machine informational and thank you again for purchasing Spaceman USA.

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Hi, I'm Kevin Resnick. I work with Spaceman USA. Thank you for purchasing one of our machines. Today I'm going to show you about the buttons. We're going to take some product out, and we're going to clean it out and we're going to put product back in. The first one is going to be your power button. This is going to give power to your display. The second button is going to be your freeze button. This will freeze product throughout the day. The next one is your wash, which is going to beat the product and just spin the augers. Then you have sleep mode, which you'll use through the night. Reset, or the stop button. Your ice cream button which is going to show your dispenses in the day, and P, which is used for various purposes. But the first time you press P, it's going to give you the temperatures on the hoppers and the cylinders, and when the motor is running, it will give you the current of the motor. We have product that's been made in this machine right now. We're going to start by flushing it out and getting ready to pull off the discharge door. The first thing that we want to do is remove the hopper covers and the air tubes. And we'll take these to the sink. We're going to pour a little bit of water in the hoppers, about a gallon in each side, and we're going to flush out the product that's remaining in the machine. Press wash on the front and that's going to agitate the mix. We'll use our brush and we'll just scrub along the sides and break free any debris. We've had it on wash now for approximately a minute. We're going to pull down the handles and remove the product. Once you've removed all the mix, you'll want to press the reset button, which is going to stop the beaters from spinning. Then we'll do a second rinse just to make sure we get everything as clean as we can. No you're ready to disassemble the discharge door.

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The next thing we're going to do is remove the hand screws. A little bit of water will come out the bottom. Make sure you're holding a towel. Our hand screws will go to the sink for washing. Grab both sides of the discharge door and remove evenly. As you remove the auger, prepare to grab the beater blades. Using a towel, grab the rear shell bearing and pull that out, then pull out the ripple seal. We've got all of our pieces removed and set out for further dis-assembly. Then we will take them and wash them. This tool is the easiest way to get these o-rings off. Unscrew the retention nut and pull out the retention pin and remove the handles. Flip the discharge door over. Move the tabs so that you can grab them and pull off the star caps. Push out the valve bodies. Grab your o-ring too and remove the o-rings. Start with the back. If you remove this one first, this one is just going to fall into that groove. The h-ring goes into the middle piece, and stops the two products from mixing. Be careful not to break the h-ring when you pull it off. Remove the metal from the scraper blades. It is important to do this because there will be product stuck in between the scraper blade and the metal clip. Our remaining pieces do not require any dis-assembly.

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Hi, I'm Kevin Resnick. I work with Spaceman USA. Thank you for purchasing one of our machines. Today I'm going to show you about the buttons, we're going to take some product out, and we're going to clean it out, and we're going to put product back in. the first one is going to be your power button. This is going to give power to your display. Second button is going to be your freeze button. This will freeze product throughout the day. The next one is your wash, which is going to beat the product and just spin the augers. Then you have sleep mode, which you'll use through the night. Reset, or the stop button. Your ice cream button, which is going to show your dispenses in the day, and P, which is used for various purposes, but the first time that you press P, it's going to give you the temperatures on the hoppers and the cylinders, and when the motor is running, it will give you the current of the motor. We have product that's been made in this machine, right now. We're going to start by flushing it out and getting ready to pull off the discharge door. The first thing that we want to do is remove the hopper covers and the air tubes. And we'll take these to the sink. We're going to pour a little water in the hoppers, about a gallon in each side, and we're going to flush out the product that's remaining in the machine. Press wash on the front, and that's going to agitate the mix. We'll use our brush and just scrub along the sides, and break free any debris. We've had it on wash now for approximately a minute. We're going to pull down the handles and remove the product. Once you've removed all the mix, we want to press the reset button, which is going to stop the beaters from spinning. Then we'll do a second rinse, just to make sure we get everything as clean as we can. Now you're ready to disassemble the discharge door. The next thing we're going to do is remove the hand screws. A little bit of water will come out the bottom. Make sure that you're holding a towel. Our hand screws will go to the sink for washing. Grab both sides of the discharge door and remove evenly. As you remove the auger, prepare to grab the beater blades. using a towel, grab the rear shell bearing and pull that out and then pull out the ripple seal. We've got all of our pieces removed and set out for further dis-assembly and then we will take them and wash them. This tool is the easiest way to get these o-rings off. Unscrew the retention nut and pull out the retention pin and remove the handles. Flip the discharge door over. Move the tabs so that you can grab them and pull off the star caps. Push out the valve bodies. Grab your o-ring tool and remove the o-rings. Start with the back. If you remove this one first, this one is just going to fall into that groove. The h-ring goes into the middle piece and stops the two products from mixing. Be careful not to break the h-ring when you pull it off. Remove the metal from the scraper blades. It's important to do this because there will be product stuck between the scraper blade and the metal clip. Our remaining pieces do not require any dis-assembly. Our parts are clean and we're ready to lubricate and reassemble our machine. We'll start with our rear shell bearings and their gasket. We need our lube, which is going to be made specifically for yogurt machines. You want to get it on the shaft, but not on the key. That will make it very hard to dis-assemble later on. Inside the gasket we want a very good amount of lubrication. It's going to snap into place, and we're ready to install these into the machine. When you get them back there, you want to make sure the key lines up. It will click in and you'll hear it pop and then you won't be able to turn it. Next is going to be the beaters. We'll take our clip and our scraper blade; them together. Then we want to line up the blade. And holding both the blades, we'll gently insert the beater and move it around until it goes in. It should never come past the front of the machine. The next part is preparing the discharge door assembly on the machine. We'll start with our prime plugs. These little prime plug o-rings on here. Lubricate. We're going to install our rear shell bearings. Install our front bearings and our discharge door gasket. The gasket has one side that has ridges on it and another side that's flat. We want the ridges pointing towards the door and the flat side out. We're ready to assemble our discharge door into the machine. These front bearings can be a bit tricky to line up with the beaters. Just go slow. We've got the discharge door on. We're ready to install the hand screws. The longer ones will go on the top. With the door seated on the freezer, install the hand screws. Tighten equally in a criss-cross pattern to ensure the door is snug. Slide the two o-rings into the grooves on the draw valves and lubricate. Lubricate the inside of the freezer door spouts, top and bottom, and insert the draw valves from the bottom until the slot in the draw valves comes into view. Install the adjustable draw handles. Secure with pivot pin. Snap the star cap over the bottom of each door spout. Lay the air tube in the bottom of the hopper for the sanitizing process. Prepare two gallons of approves sanitizing solution. Pour sanitizing solution into the hoppers and allow it to flow into the freezing cylinder. Now that we have the sanitizing solution in the hoppers, we want to hit stop, and then clean, which is going to beat the motor and move the sanitizer around. During this time we'll also use the brush again to get the sanitizer around the top of the hopper. We're going to let this sit for the time specified on the sanitizer and then we'll drain it and prepare to make product. Now that our machine has been sanitized, we're going to chase out the last of the sanitizer with a little bit of yogurt before we start to prime and produce. We'll remove our air tubes and install the caps. We want to make sure we're using the flavor that's going to be in the hopper. And that's going to push that sanitizer down and through. Before we go and pull down the handles, we want to make sure that we flip our power switch to the off position. Take a cup and you'll see the sanitizer come out until you get your yogurt. Now that we've chased out our sanitizer, we can turn our power back on. We want to pull up our prime plugs and this is going to make it so that we can fill the chamber up to a certain set point. This will set our overrun. Once we see product start to come out the bottom, we're going to push the prime plug in and install our air tube. Press reset or stip, then freeze, and that's going to start the production of yogurt.

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Our parts are clean and we're ready to lubricate and re-assemble our machine. We'll start with our rear shell bearings and their gasket. We need our lube, which is going to be made specifically for yogurt machines. You want to get it on the shaft, but not on the key. That will make it very hard to disassemble later on. Inside the gasket, we want a very good amount of lubrication. That's going to snap into place and we're ready to install these into the machine. When you get them back there, you want to make sure the key lines up. It will click in and you'll hear it pop and you won't be able to turn it. Next is going to be the beaters. We'll take our clip and our scraper blade. Them together. Then we want to line up the blade. And Holding both the blades, we'll gently insert the beater and move it around until it goes it. It should never come past the front of the machine. The next part is preparing the discharge door for assembly on the machine. We will start with our prime plugs. These little prime plug o-rings on here. Lubricate. We're going to install our rear shell bearings. Install our front bearings and our discharge door gasket. The gasket has one side that has ridges on it and another side that's flat. We want the ridges pointing towards the door and the flat side out. We're ready to assemble our discharge door into the machine. These front bearings can be a bit tricky to line up with the beaters. Just go slow. You've got the discharge door on. We're ready to install the hand screws. The longer ones will go on the top. With the door seated on the freezer, install the hand screws. Tighten equally in a criss-cross pattern to ensure the door is snug. Slide the two o-rings into the grooves on the draw valves and lubricate. Lubricate the inside of the freezer door spouts, top and bottom, and insert the draw valves form the bottom, until the slot in the draw valves comes into view. Install the adjustable draw handles. Secure with pivot pin. Snap the star cap over the bottom of each door spout. Lay the air tube in the bottom of the hopper for the sanitizing process.

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Overall Dimensions:
  • Width: 21 Inches
  • Depth: 27 11/16 Inches
  • Height: 61 1/2 Inches

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This is an excellent replacement for Spaceman 6378AH Soft Serve Ice Cream Machine with Air Pump and 2 Hoppers - 208/230V, 1 Phase. It has many of the same features and benefits to best fit your needs!
  • Air pump increases overrun, perfect for soft serve ice cream cones
  • (2) 15 liter mix hoppers; (2) 3.2 liter freezing cylinders
  • Two air cooled 1 hp motors
  • 2 main compressors that use R-404A refrigerant
  • Standard hopper agitators ensure product quality and consistency
  • Standby mode keeps product cold during long no-use periods
  • Built-in temperature display
  • Output of 80 qt. / hour
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Specs
Width 21 Inches
Depth 27 11/16 Inches
Height 61 1/2 Inches
Amps 24 Amps
Hertz 60 Hertz
Phase 1 Phase
Voltage 208/230
Application High Volume
Capacity 30 Liters
Capacity per Compartment 15 Liters
Features Air Pump
Features Flavor Twist
Features Hopper Agitator
Horsepower 1 HP
Installation Type Floor Model
Number of Hoppers 2
Output 208 12 oz. Servings Per Hour
Output 312 8 oz. Servings Per Hour
Output 624 4 oz. Servings Per Hour
Output 80 Quarts Per Hour
Refrigerant Type R-404A
Style Continuous Production
Type Frozen Yogurt Machines
Type Gelato Machines
Type Soft Serve Ice Cream Machines

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