Harris Chen, a recent graduate of Collierville High School and incoming freshman at Columbia University, is a motivated student with a passion for computer science and physics. Graduating at the top of his class, Harris has established a strong foundation in these fields, while simultaneously displaying aptitude as a pianist, swimmer, and enthusiastic volunteer. During the COVID pandemic, Harris took the initiative to establish the AYLUS Greater Memphis chapter, an endeavor that has successfully fostered inclusivity by forging collaborations with local organizations. Under his leadership, the organization orchestrated over 150 philanthropic and volunteer activities, fundraising more than $7,500 and garnering widespread media coverage and mayoral recognition.
Furthermore, Harris has already made many strides in his academic pursuits, having held roles as the captain of his school's Science Olympiad and Science
Ethan Brumberger graduated summa cum laude from The Woodlands High School in May 2022 and will be in the Engineering Honors Program at Texas A&M University this Fall, where he plans to major in Mechanical Engineering. During high school, Ethan lettered in several academic honor societies and was a builder for his school’s robotics team, which won the 2022 Texas State FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics Championship. He also received the AP Scholar with Distinction Award. Outside of his academic pursuits, Ethan was an active Boy Scout who held several leadership positions and earned the rank of Eagle Scout. Through both the Boy Scouts and his school activities, Ethan had the opportunity to participate in many community service events and plans to continue serving his community in college. Upon earning his engineering degree, Ethan hopes to use his skills to benefit society, perhaps by designing autonomous systems for surgical robots, self-driving vehicles, or space exploration.
Check our virtual showroom of commercial ice machines and you’ll likely notice three options when it comes to condensers: air-cooled, water-cooled, and remote. While each has its place in the ice-making world, there is a hierarchy here that makes one thing clear: Most establishments should consider an air-cooled ice machine first. These all-purpose units fit most anywhere. However, if special circumstances rule one out for your facility, you might want to consider a remote ice machine or a water-cooled ice machine.
To help you choose what’s right for your operation, here’s some information on each type.
I am beginning my senior year at The University of Arizona majoring in Molecular and Cellular Biology and minoring in Physiology. I have always been passionate about and have excelled at math and science. My senior year of high school is when I found out exactly what I wanted to do with that knowledge. In November of 2011, my father was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer, and passed away from it in March of 2014. I decided to take this event and turn it into something positive. From that point forward, I became very passionate about a career in cancer research. I wanted to help other people going though the same situation because I knew firsthand how one person having cancer can affect hundreds of people. I worked in a biotechnology lab my first two years of college, where I learned basic laboratory techniques. For the past year and a half I have been working at the Arizona Cancer Center researching how epigenetic changes to our cells can cause cancer. I am able to take the skills and lessons
Cindy Zheng graduated from Baton Rouge Magnet High School as a 2020 U.S. Presidential Scholar, National Merit Scholar, and National AP Scholar. Throughout her high school career, she devoted herself to her diverse set of interests. Cindy served as President of the BRMHS Beta Club, coordinating volunteering opportunities, and placed 1st in Math at the 2019 National Convention. As an Executive Board member for the BRMHS Mu Alpha Theta, She worked to bring her love for mathematics to fellow students. Cindy also served leading positions in her school’s Science Bowl, STEM Club, and Chinese Club. Her foray into athletics led to her becoming varsity golf captain and developing a love for the sport. In her free time, Cindy studies Classical Chinese dance, having performed at various cultural events in Louisiana. Cindy plans to attend Brown University to major in Applied Math. She is excited to see what the future holds for the integration of healthcare and mathematics.
According to CDC, the COVID-19 virus has not been detected in drinking water. Conventional water treatment methods that use filtration and disinfection, such as those in most municipal drinking water systems, should remove or inactivate the virus that causes COVID-19.
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According to the manufacture, Hoshizaki water filters are not intended to be used where the water is micr
Hoshizaki America, Inc. is an industry leader in the design, manufacture, and promotion of products in the food service industry. Hoshizaki is receiving ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year–Sustained Excellence recognition for global leadership in product development and corporate commitment to sustainability and energy efficiency. Key 2017 accomplishments include:
Hoshizkai is known for producing premium quality commercial refrigeration products. Its line of ice machines are often considered the highest quality ice makers on the market. Here’s what separates Hoshizaki from the competition:
- Hoshizaki has been in business since 1947.
According to the company’s website, “Hoshizaki Electric Company was established in February, 1947 in Nagoya, Japan by Mr. Shigetoshi Sakamoto.” The company has since become the world’s largest manufacturer of commercial ice machines.
Over the course of its 69 year history, the company established itself as a company known for its quality, innovation, and reliability.
- Hoshizaki ice machines make the best ice.
Ice machines from Hoshiza
Creating ice is not going to be an instant process. Many factors come into play with how long it takes an ice machine to make ice. For example, the make and model of your ice machine can have a similar effect. It also depends on how many pounds of ice your particular ice maker can produce. If you own a machine created to produce less ice, it will produce at a slower rate than a larger machine. For example, the HOSHIZAKI AM-50BAJ can create the max amount of 55lbs of ice per day versus the HOSHIZAKI KM-1
Hoshizaki ice makers are made to last anywhere between 10-30 years. However, there are a few factors that will affect the life expectancy of your machine. Factors such as the environment in which the machine is placed, how often you replace filters, daily use, water quality, routine maintenance and cleaning.
Specifically, HoshizakiIceMaker.com offers a three-year warranty for the machine and give notice to our customers to check the machine for any damage before signing the bill of lading. We also encourage our customers to change the filter systems every six months, the Hoshizaki