Unlike snow ice machines, which make ice for experiments, ice made in a square ice machine is mostly used with food and drinks, one for freezing test tubes and one for entrance, so naturally the requirements for cleanliness of the ice are different, and what is eaten is obviously more hygienic than what is used.
The cleanliness of the ice depends as much on the water used in the ice maker as on the ice maker itself!
If the water is tap water, the water quality is good and the ice is clean, the water quality is average or poor and there will inevitably be deposits, with the drink will not enrich the taste and even affect its taste; if it is pure water there is no need to worry about ice impurities.
Then there’s the ice machine itself, the square ice machine, which is cleaned and sterilised.
If you have used a square ice machine for some time, dust and impurities are inevitable, and the ice compartment in particular needs cleaning.
Get into the habit of cleaning your ice machine regularly, fixing the sterilisation, not only to ensure that the ice is clean, but also to avoid problems such as bad odours from the ice machine, or bad “colour” of the ice. This ensures cleanliness and protects the machine! Do you now have the answer to the question of whether or not the other ice maker makes clean ice?