Our Sno-King machine is virtually the BEST! Cool down with a refreshing, homemade snow cone. Our Snow Cone Machines are lightweight and simple to operate. Total weight of the sno-cone machine is only 45 lbs. Our Snow Cone Machine can shave 500 pounds of cube or chunk ice per hour! In an instant you can be serving snow cones. We offer a wide variety of flavors for your sno-cone including grape, cherry, strawberry and more...
This unit should be plugged in to it's own 15amp circuit and be used with no more than 25' of extension cord of at least 12 gauge.
Cost of rental is only $50.00 with the rental of one of our Bounce Houses or $85 rented alone. This includes delivery, setup, pickup, cleaning, 50 sno-cones cups and 2 flavors of snow cone syrup. Each additional 50 servings only $20.00
LLDPE - 3/16" thick cabinet. Insulates to maintain ice.
Machine Operation Instructions
Important Machine Facts:
CAPACITY: The machine produces 150 to 300 lbs of ice per hour and accepts ice cubes or small chuncks (3" or so) of block ice.
Power: 110 volts, 6.8 amps; no dedicated circuit required.
1. The SnoKone Machine can take ice cubes or block ice broken into small (3" or so) chunks. The bigger the ice piece, the better the snow.
2. The ice will not enter the shaving chute if its too large.
3. The design of the shaving chute automatically draws the ice against the blades. There is no need for manual effort.
4. As a safety feature, the motor will only run while the motor button is depressed.
Using the Machine:
1. Set the cabinet on the drip tray. Make sure to put the drain hole over an area that is okay to get wet or into a bucket. Melted ice, and condensation go into the drip tray.
2. Plug in machine. Turn on light switch (located on front of cabinet). Light will come on in cabinet.
3. Push and hold the motor button.
4. Wait for the motor to come to full speed.
5. Fill the gooseneck to within an inch of the top with ice cubes or block ice. The larger the pieces, the better the snow.
6. Push the pusher handle down against the ice in the gooseneck. Apply firm and even pressure to make the best snow.
7. Too much pressure will result in snow that is coarse; too little pressure will make the snow mushy.
8. Repeat steps 3 - 6 until you have enough shaved ice.
1. Wipe all water and any syrup off of the cabinet inside and out.
2. Clean the drip pan, ladle, ice scoop, and all syrup bottles.
3. Make sure the empty syrup bottle come back clean.