Water is used instead of air to transfer heat away from internal components in a water cooled commercial ice machine. In order to maintain optimal ice machine temperatures, water runs along the condenser coils to release the heat and drain the hot water out of your unit in Denver.
These ice machines come in handy in places where it’s more difficult to control external temperature, like Colorado. A water-cooled machine doesn’t need ambient air to remove heat, so they aren’t as greatly impacted by higher surrounding temperatures like an air cooled ice machine. Even when your surrounding temperatures are high, your production rate can remain high, too, with a water cooled ice machine.