The Ugolini Freeze machine is an appliance that makes and freezes two different kinds of slush or ice flavors in separate bins. The unit includes a 24-hour defrost timer and adjustable slush cycle. The machine is sold on the Internet or in restaurant and culinary supply stores, and uses frozen drink mixes that can be purchased at the same stores. Operating the Ugolini freeze machine is fairly simple, but should only be done by adults due to the use of electricity and moving parts.
Things You'll Need
- Drink mix
- Alcohol (optional)
Plug the Ugolini machine into an electrical outlet with 20-amp power and 110-volt dedicated circuit in order to supply the correct amount of power to the machine.
Turn all the switches to the “Off” position. Create the desired slush mixture, following the directions on the specific drink mixture. Note that cold drink mixes and alcohol work best in the machine.
Open the drink lids and pour the drink mix into the machine to the “Full” line. Turn the power to “On.”
Switch on the power for each auger. Close the lids on the machine and set the desired slush level. Move the switch to the colder level for frozen drinks and the medium level for liquid drinks. Note that the device should start to slush in about one hour and reach full slush at about two hours of mixing.
Turn off and unplug the machine when finished. Pour cold water into the liquid containers and open the spouts. Allow the water to drain fully from the machine. Pour warm water into the machine and turn the machine on. Allow it to spin for five minutes and turn the power back “Off.” Drain the warm water from each tank. Wipe down the exterior of the machine and clean the mixing jugs with clean, soapy water. Rinse well.
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