An all-purpose ice with a hole in the centre use for chilling and consumption. It is commonly used for home use, parties, recreation events, restaurants, clubs and bars. Available in Handy Pack 2.5 kg, Party Pack 5kg and Econ Pack 18kg sealed bag all available for bulk purchases.Order Now
Cylinder ice blocks use by most dessert stalls all over Singapore. Available in packs of 8 ice blocks (approximately 2kg each), the cylinder block is shaven using an ice kachang machine to make your favourite ice desserts like Chng Teng, Chendol, Ice Jelly Cocktail and of course, Ice Kachang!Order Now
A granular type commonly uses for chilling seafood buffets, salad bars and commonly distribute to most wet market, supermarkets, fishery ports and cocktail bars in Singapore. Available in Econ Pack 18kg bag.Order Now
Bartenders are using spherical balls of ice in drinks nowadays. Is it just to impress you? What is the purpose of putting one big ball of ice in a drink and how is this different than using ice cubes instead?
Spherical ice is not used just to impress you but because a sphere exposes less surface area for the same amount of volume than a cube of ice. Thus, if a cube with the same volume as a sphere will actually have a lot less surface area, over 24 percent lesser. The less surface area that is exposed to the warm liquid, the slower the ice will melt. Therefore, a sphere of ice will melt more slowly in a drink than a cube of ice. This way, you can chill the drink without quickly diluting it. Used commonly for whiskey lovers!Order Now
Crystal clear ice may not make your cocktail taste any better, but it definitely makes it look more elegant and sophisticated. Similar to Ice Balls, they have slower dilution for your cocktails. One big ball/cube will keep a drink cool for at least 30-40 minutes, with minimal dilution compared to ice cubes of equal volume. Plus, it looks incredible in the glass! Available in various sizes, please enquire for more details.Enquire
Available in pellets and blocks Minimum order quantity of 5kg.
Blocks are generally used for camping and fishing trips or when power (hydro) has been lost (blocks can be used to keep the contents of walk-in freezers and residential chest freezers from thawing).
Dry ice pellets are generally used for hotels, laboratories, pharmaceutical companies, drug manufacturers, universities & elementary schools, catering companies, and photographers.
Storing Tips: Do not store dry ice in freezer or chiller and only purchase it when you need to use it as dry ice is made of carbon dioxide gas. It will melt and vapourized over time if not stored correctly. Keep dry ice in a insulated box do not seal and avoid opening the box often if you want to keep it longer. Always put on insulated gloves toprotect your hands when handling.Order Now