Taylor C712

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Part of the newer, more modern Crown Series from Taylor, the C712 soft serve ice cream machine creates two delicious flavour variations of soft serve, serving them separately or as an equal combination of both in a twist. The machine is able to produce almost any kind of soft serve, from low or non-fat ice cream to yogurt, custard and sorbet and features a pump style dispensing system making it suitable for higher capacity applications.

Freezing Cylinder

Two, 3.4 quart (3.2 liter)

Mix Hopper

Two, 20 quart (18.9 liter). Simplified air/mix pumps deliver the precise amount of air and mix to the freezing cylinders, and reduces operator parts. Separate hopper refrigeration (SHR) maintains mix below 41ºF (5ºC) during Auto and Standby modes.

Indicator Lights

Digital readout displays hours since last brush cleaning to assure product safety. Mix Low light alerts operator to add mix. Audible alarm may be enabled to sound when mix is low. When the Mix Out light flashes, the unit shuts down automatically to prevent damage.

Touch Screen Controls

Microprocessor touch controls are embedded in durable tempered glass panel. Multiple languages are selectable. Viscosity is continually measured to dispense consistent quality soft serve desserts. Temperatures in the hoppers or freezing cylinders may be displayed at any point of operation, in either Fahrenheit or Celsius. Draw counter allows operator to view number of servings dispensed.

Standby

During long no-use periods, the standby feature maintains safe product temperatures in the mix hopper and freezing cylinder.

Two Locking Casters

Front casters have a locking feature for operators to keep equipment in place. The lock can be released to move the equipment for cleaning.

Door Interlock System

Protects the operator from injury as the beater will not operate without the dispensing door in place.

Freezer Door

A specially designed thermo-plastic door allows quick ejection of product with a simple movement of the draw handle. Self closing draw handles are standard.