Approximately 150,000 new ice machines are sold every year, and most arrive on premises with no form of water treatment. In fact, of all ice machines needing repairs each year, 70 percent of the needs are usually water related. Ice machines are particularly susceptible to clogging, corrosion and scale deposits that occur from total dissolved solids, chemicals and minerals and need to be maintained to keep ice fresh and clear.

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Turbidity is a water quality term that refers to the cloudy appearance of water, caused by particles or “suspended matter”.

There are many types of particles that may be present in water, some of which are large enough to be seen and some are not.  Turbid water contains particles that are...

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