FROSTLINE ice flaker machines are manufactured to meet the specific needs of various industries, including the healthcare and science. In a lab environment, our ice flakers play a crucial role in maintaining the conditions of proteins, enzymes, and other reagents during lab experiments.

Proteins and enzymes are highly sensitive to temperature fluctuations, and maintaining their stability is essential for accurate experimental results. Our ice flakers produce a consistent supply of ice that can be used to create ice baths or provide chilled surfaces for holding test tubes, vials, or other containers. This helps to regulate the temperature and keep the proteins and enzymes in a stable condition.

Our experienced team understands the unique requirements of lab applications and can assist you in choosing the right ice flaker machine for your specific needs. We offer a range of reliable solutions to ensure that you have an efficient and dependable ice source to support your research and experiments.

Get in touch with our team today. Give us a call on (03) 95624400  and let us know how we can assist you. You can also connect with us online via the contact form on our website.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • How to Find a suitable ice maker for your laboratory?

    A science lab icemaker should be able to produce flake ice as it has a wide variety of applications in scientific experiments and is extremely useful for storage as well. You also need to find ice makers that are completely self-contained, where the machine that makes the ice and the collection bin are unified in one chamber. This gives an added level of flexibility with a wide range of choice.

  • Why a laboratory ice maker is important?

    A lab icemaker is an extremely useful tool, as they can be used in laboratories for storing samples and reagents that require extreme temperatures in storage. Furthermore, lab ice machines can be placed in smaller areas, so you don't need to worry about them taking too much space.

  • What type of ice shape for a laboratory ice maker?

    When looking at lab ice machines, you have a variety of options based on the type of ice these machines can produce. Primarily, the most common type for scientific applications is any machine that can make flake ice thanks to its soft texture and low chance of causing any ice burns.