Since its inception in 1964, Manitowoc, Inc. has been on the cutting edge of technology and conservation. The Manitowoc team is committed to providing products that not only satisfy customer needs but also add value to the equipment investment by reducing costs and emphasizing food safety.
Building the perfect ice machine has never been easy, but inside-of-the-box thinking is just what you've come to expect from Manitowoc.
With the introduction of the Q-Series we were the first to create an aesthetically designed line of ice machines that redefined the category. With the creation of QuietQube technology-we were first in establishing a new category of innovative remote condensing. The S-Series were the first ice machines designed to meet the demanding criteria for Sanitation established by NSF/ANSI Standard 12-2003.
The introduction of the Indigo Series in 2011 showed another huge leap forward. Intelligent Diagnostics provide constant and reliable monitoring of refrigeration systems. In turn, that information is used to improve energy management, set proper productions levels, streamline cleaning processes, ease food safety concerns, maintain ice quality and quickly display up to date service information.
At the NAFEM show in 2013 Manitowoc rolled out the impressive NEO Undercounter, the everywhere you need ice machine. The NEO provides new levels in performance, Intelligence and convenience, in an all-in-one solution.
In its 360,000 square foot, ISO 9001:2008 Certified, Wisconsin facility, the company designs, manufactures and markets a complete ice machine product line with 200+ models in ice-making capacities from 65 to 3,380 pounds (30 to 1536 kgs.) per day. All Manitowoc machines use environmentally friendly non-CFC refrigerants. Many are Energy Star compliant. The product line also includes ice storage bins, floor standing ice dispensers, ice machine accessories and a group of cleaning and sanitizing items such as AuCS, Guardian, and Arctic Pure water filters. Innovation and customer support has enabled Manitowoc Ice to become America's #1 selling brand of ice machine.
Man•i•to•woc (man‘a-ta-wôk) home of the Great Spirit, a city in east central Wisconsin on Lake Michigan; population 33,400.