This Crathco® 3000 Series frozen beverage dispenser from Grindmaster-Cecilware is versatile - serve frozen cappuccinos, margaritas, frozen cocktails, granita, frozen lemonade, or slushes all from the same drink machine! The FlavorLight™ illuminates the frozen beverage, your choice of eye-catching, back-lit signs draw customers and increase sales. There is an 8" cup clearance that allows room for almost any size drink.
The frozen beverage machine has reliable mechanical consistency control; it dispenses the perfect frozen drink under all operating conditions. The consistency controls allow the operator to set product thickness. A spring-loaded dispense valve closes itself after dispensing. The margarita machine is compact at only 13" wide and has more than double the output capacity of other drink freezers. As an exclusive benefit to our customers, this drink machine includes 4" chrome legs, usually an optional feature, included at no additional cost to you!
The freezer cylinder automatically refills from the refrigerated storage hopper, no need to wait for product to refreeze after refilling! The "Mix Low" light indicates when mix needs to be refilled in the storage hopper. This benefit enables the users to refill product before running out completely. The oversize drive motor, rugged belt drive, and heavy duty components keep the drink freezer machine running when you need them most. Clean-in-Place approval makes cleaning fast and easy!
4" Chrome Legs
NSF, UL, CUL, CE
15A plug receptacle needed
Country of Origin
Made in USA
1,392 watts Compressor: 3/4 hp Drive Motor: 1/2 hp
Storage: 5.0 gallons Frozen: 1.5 gallons
Manufacturer Part Number
29" d. x 13" w. x 28-1/2" h.
Ships via common carrier (truck freight). Not for residential use. Shipped to commercial addresses only.
Unit of Measure
1 year parts and labor Compressor: 5 years parts
"Margarita Central" Review by Joe Parrot Head
Makes great Margaritas and doesn't take up much counter space. This is a great little profit center and should pay for itself in 3-4 months. (Posted on 11/27/2007)