P250-25-115V

Powerhouse Ice Eaters

Powerhouse Ice Eaters

Description

The Powerhouse Ice Eaters are designed to prevent ice from forming around boats, marinas, docks, and piers.

Features

  • Motor shaft is 316 stainless steel for salt water application
  • Permanent split capacitor ensures quick high torque and smooth operation
  • Propeller is custom designed for maximum thrust and performance
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When water freezes, it expands, becoming lighter. This fact is the principle upon which Ice Eater functions. Ice Eater circulates warmer bottom water to the top, thereby preventing ice formation. If surface ice already exists, the flow of warmer bottom water will effectively melt it. Ice Eater obtains its superior operating efficiency through the use of an axial flow, shrouded propeller design. This design also provides protection for the rotating propeller.

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