For Cleaner, Safer Ice, the Answer Is Clear
Ice is food. And like any food, you shouldn't serve it unless you're fully confident that it is safe. EcO3Ice™ ensures your ice machines will produce the safest, purest ice possible - helping protect your beverage product, your customers and your good name. And ice machines are easier and less expensive to clean than ever.
EcO3Ice™, the antimicrobial ice protection system by Franke, is a compact, low-power device that continuously treats incoming water used by ice machines to dramatically reduce microbial build-up, including bacteria, yeast and mold. EcO3Ice™ cuts the frequency of professional, deep cleanings by half, and is the only device that keeps not only the ice making area clean, but also remote storage bins and dispensers.
The Power of Aqueous Ozone
EcO3Ice™ creates a small, safe amount of pure ozone directly within the ice machine's water supply. As this sanitizing solution circulates, it continuously kills microbes and inhibits growth throughout the ice making path. Trace amounts of ozone in the ice allow it to sanitize bins and dispensers well beyond the machine. EcO3Ice™ attaches quickly and easily to the ice machine’s incoming water line and runs silently and automatically, giving you peace of mind.
Bob Yost is a veteran of the foodservice industry, having contributed to various QSR brands throughout his 30 years in foodservice. We sat down to talk with him about his experiences, specifically about why a restaurants ice program matters and how it can be improved.
Watch this short video to see how EcO3Ice™ impacted Bob’s ice maintenance program.
In numerous field tests with major chains, EcO3Ice™ is proven to dramatically reduce biofilm growth and build-up. This allows the operators to prolong time between cleanings, and reduce labor costs and service disruptions.
Proven by Leading QSR Operators
"EcO3Ice™ saves on labor and ensures you’re providing your customer with a safe, good quality soft drink,” says veteran QSR franchisee Kurt Schubert of Cooper City, Florida.