Help! Ice from My Ice Maker Tastes like Metal!
Does ice from your ice maker taste like metal? If it feels like you’re chewing on rusty nails every time you bite down on ice from your workplace ice machine, it might be time to switch to a new ice machine. This quiz will help get to the bottom of the issue. Get on the path toward a quality ice maker and find out what causes the off-taste in your ice machine.
It sounds like you need more information before investing in a new ice machine. Take some time to connect with your employees to learn about how often they use ice in the office and to see if they believe that the ice from your ice maker tastes like metal.
Once you have a better idea of what your employees need to stay happy and hydrated, contact us to get started on a free quote. Learn more about the Quench 960, one of our many modern filtered water dispensers and ice machines with touchless dispensing.
It’s time for you to get a new ice machine for your office. If ice from your ice maker tastes like metal, it can turn employees off from drinking water throughout the day — which could eventually cause dehydration. Dehydration can lead to memory loss, poor focus, and reduced productivity.
Quench has a variety of ice makers available for office of all sizes, including the Quench 980-90. Contact us to find the right ice maker for your workplace and to get a free quote.