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The number of frozen beverage dispensers an operation requires depends on the number of drinks it will need to produce per hour. This typically ranges from 30 to 200, although most units can produce between 80 and 120 frozen beverages per hour.

In a high-volume setting, the service life of a carbonated beverage dispenser is between 7 and 10 years, similar to an ice maker.

Before selecting beer and wine dispensing systems, learn about the different types and how they operate to ensure the best fit for the operation. Cost considerations and maintenance requirements also should be factored in.

With proper maintenance and service, frozen beverage dispensers can anticipate an average service life of 8 to 10 years.

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