Electro Freeze® at the National Restaurant Show 2018
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SMALL BUSINESS TAX INCENTIVE!
News Alert: Section 179 Increased to One Million for 2019
Jan 2, 2019 – With the passage and signing into law of H.R.1, aka, The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the deduction limit for Section 179 increases to $1,000,000 for 2019 and beyond. The limit on equipment purchases likewise has increased to $2.5 million.
Further, the bonus depreciation is 100% and is made retroactive to 9/27/2017 and good through 2022. The bonus depreciation also now includes used equipment.
Click here for more important information and guidelines: Section 179.org
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Welcome to Specialized Equipment, LLC
We are a proud Distributor of Electro Freeze® and Upstate New York’s premiere source for frozen dessert equipment.
We specialize in all aspects of your business from site selection, floor plans, equipment selection and training, to servicing and replacement parts. If you’re adding to your existing business or need assistance from the ground up, the specialists at Specialized Equipment are the one-stop experts to call. Electro Freeze® equipment is superior in simplicity, ease of use, robustness and quality of product.
Schedule an appointment with one of our representatives and find out why Electro Freeze®-made soft serve will have your customers saying that your ice cream is the creamiest and best tasting they’ve ever had. read more
It’s almost time! As you gear up for the upcoming ice cream season, here are a few Start Up Tips for your equipment:
Before hooking up the water to the machine, turn machine to Auto briefly – just enough time to check for frost in the freezing cylinders. As soon as you see frost begin, shut down the machine, and hook up the water to the machine. Do not keep the machine in Auto for longer than 30 seconds without the water hooked up.
If no frost begins within 30 seconds of the machine being turned to Auto, shut down the machine immediately.
Do not hook up the water and call for a Service Visit.
No frost can indicate a further maintenance check is needed to prevent costly damage and repairs.
We recommend to first turn the machine to Auto and check for frost in the freezing cylinders before continuing with start up. If no frost begins within 30 seconds of the machine being turned to Auto, shut down the machine and call for a Service Visit. No frost can indicate a further maintenance check is needed to prevent costly damage and repairs.
Now that you have checked for frost, proceed with Start Up of your machine per instructions in your Operator’s Manual:
1. Wash, rinse, and sanitize parts
2. Reassemble machine
3. Sanitize machine
4. Start up with mix according to equipment Operator’s Manual instructions.
We recommend, for your Electro Freeze machine, a once a year “tune-up” with parts, with the exception of transfer hoses for pump machines. All machines should have new
O-rings and scraper blades at the beginning of each season. Beginning the season with a tune-up will keep your machine running smoothly all year, avoiding O-ring leaks and gritty or soft product due to worn scraper blades -which can lead to unnecessary service visits as well as higher electric and water usage.
Mix transfer hoses in Electro Freeze Pump machines should be changed approximately every 4-8 weeks, depending on your volume of mix used. This will keep your finished product at the highest quality and help you avoid any unwanted mix cleanup.