TODAY’S PATENT- ICE GENERATING MACHINE
The ICE GENERATING MACHINE was invented by Richard V. Crabb, Jr. (Aromas, CA) on the 19th of April, 1988, bearing patent number US4738121A.
This current invention provides the device to form the ice. The device of invention contains the objects for generating ice such as comprised of flatbed, mounted on a trailer, wheels, and a stanchion. The device has embraced an ice forming convention that includes a coolant pump, a condenser, a high and low-pressure receiver, and a compressor. The first trailer is accomplished the full ice generating convention. Along with the second trailer has the container in that ice stored into the screw conveyor containing a power determining screw in a trough of the screen, and a solid trough moves the ice as it is created. Screw contains the notched that will help in breaking ice for easy conveying. Generally, banks are defrosted when there is the following order therein as not to surcharge the screw conveyor, and to create potential utilization of warm compressor gases as it is droved from bank to bank. Through this process, a huge volume of ice is formed and it is meant that at least 250 tonnes of ice are made in a day.