The new machine are capable of producing between 19kgs and 800kgs a day and have been tested in ambient temperatures of 42C.
Made from stainless steel and plastic with they come complete with large storage bins and optical sensors which ensure ice is only produced when it is required. Husky also said they are economic in their use of energy and water while maintaining output at higher levels than other makes using 'hot gas' defrost techniques.
Husky sales director Sally Bentley said the range would appeal to hospitality businesses with extended licensing hours.
“We know that customers demand ice cold drinks all the year round, and with the increase in licensing hours, sometimes all day long too," she said.
"There is no easier way to maximise profits than to serve more ice with drinks, and our equipment provides the most cost-effective, reliable way to do just that.”
Husky also offers special models for hard water areas.