Stoelting O231 Gravity Soft Serve Yoghurt Machine
- Precision control refrigeration system designed for quality product consistency from the first cone to the last.
- IntelliTec2™ control communicates with the operator through a multiline graphics LCD display using full text instructions.
- Energy Conservation Mode (ECM) protects product from over-agitation during slow or non-draw periods.
- Compact design with a small footprint ideal choice for locations where space is an issue.
- Proprietary auger design gently folds mix and prevents product breakdown, producing a smoother, creamier product.
- Clear door shows visible moving product for merchandising appeal.
- Self-closing spigot eliminates waste and assures precise portion control.
- Adjustable dispense rate for optimal product output.
- Long-wearing parts offer lower preventative maintenance costs.
- Built for ease of operation and cleaning.
- Twist feature allows you to serve two flavours individually or combine flavours for a unique twist.
- WIFI available upon request.
This Stoelting® Mini Soft Serve 1.5 gallon Countertop Freezer could add variety to your menu. It can make desserts like ice cream, gelato, yogurt, and other frozen desserts from dry or liquid mixes.
This is a stoelting soft serve ice cream machine that was just removed from service in working order.
I think the appearance of the Stoelting F231 is either a love it or hate it thing. It has a clear valve body that allows for a clear view of the inner workings of the frozen product. Upon dispensing, you see the product being mixed and dispensed through the valve body in the freezing cylinder. This is uncannily reminiscent of Slurpee machines. I tend to be on the “love it” side of this look. I like the view of the frozen yogurt being churned up in the cylinders as its being dispensed. The panels are stainless steel and the display panel is digital with a black overlay, which is kind of the norm for modern machines these days. It has an unmistakable and unique look as far as frozen yogurt machines go. It is distinct and I think it is pretty cool.