High performance soft ice cream freezers produced exclusively for Whitby Morrison, by Carpigiani in Italy.

Working closely together, Whitby Morrison and Carpigiani have combined their technologies to develop the latest range of high output soft ice cream freezers.

These high performance machines are simply powered via a power take off from the vehicles engine. The Whitby Morrison patented Direct Drive System (DDS) was developed by Bryan Whitby in the early 1960s.

The new 'Rapida' has been developed by Whitby Morrison to provide the ultimate soft ice cream freezer for mobile ice cream vans.

With the development of several exciting new design features and by optimising the refrigeration and pump performance, the highest production and efficiency has been achieved.

These new features and efficient operation also help to minimise wear and therefore reduce operating costs.

Mobile ice cream vans work in the busiest locations imaginable and fast efficient production of soft ice cream has always been the key to maximising sales. The production must be consistently fast, or in the Italian language 'Rapida', hence the name chosen for this exciting machine.

Development tests have shown a production output consistently 20% greater than the already successful Carpigiani Van Uno! Not only increased overall production quantities but with the benefit of a faster recovery time - 'Rapida' the ultimate soft ice cream freezer.

The fantastic new 'Magic Eye' is a feature, which has never before been available on an ice cream freezer for mobile ice cream vans. This very clever feature allows instant response from 'Storage 4C' position for immediate dispensing of ice cream. The 'Magic Eye' cleverly senses movement when the operator's hand brings a cone into position below the dispense head. The beater drive is automatically engaged allowing ice cream to be dispensed. As several more ice creams are dispensed this new feature also ensures that the refrigeration cycle continues with the pre-set hardness of the ice cream automatically controlled by the beater micro switch.


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