Modular CO2 ice flake machine for subcritical and transcritical applications from Howe Corporation

By Sofia Tasiou, Jun 18, 2014, 10:48 1 minute reading

Howe Corporation’s CO2 ice flake machines, compatible with subcritical and transcritical CO2 systems in supermarkets, are designed for the display and preservation meat, seafood and other fresh products in delicatessen departments. The modular remote low-side CO2 flake ice machines generate quality ice ideal for creating attractive food displays, cooling products quickly and to a uniform temperature. +VIDEO

Supermarkets worldwide rely on Howe Rapid Freeze ice flake to produce ice for food cooling applications. Featuring superior industrial design and materials, Howe flask ice machines are 50 – 70% less expensive to maintain than other ice machines. What is more, all components are installed, piped and wired, and inclusive to the flaker.
Basic specifications

  • Capacity range per 24h at 21°C/ 32°C (70°F/90°F): 907 – 1814kg (2000 – 4000lbs)
  • Open style evaporator
  • Direct drive motor
  • Warm water mixing required at low ambient and low water temperature conditions
  • DX models for subcritical or transcritical systems include EEPR valve, EEV valve, transducers, controllers
Product advantages
  • Uses climate and ozone friendly, natural refrigerant R744
  • All-welded one piece evaporator means no refrigerant seals that leak
  • 25 year evaporator surface warranty
  • Highly efficient
  • Easy to install
  • Can be operated on any CO2 rack or rack controller


More about Howe flake ice
Howe flake ice provides more cooling capacity than other forms of ice because of its extensive surface contact area. The ice is harvested dry and remains dry, so it does not rapidly fuse together in a low temperature storage bin, or clog conveyors and delivery systems.
About Howe
Howe Corporation manufactures the highest quality refrigeration and ice-producing equipment for the perishable food industry. Its product line ranges from pump out compressors to vessels and flake ice machines.



By Sofia Tasiou

Jun 18, 2014, 10:48

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