It’s a small, ice-strewn machine that uses water to break ice.
It’s being used by local businesses and the government in Victoria to remove ice from roads, in an attempt to cut down on road salt.
Commercial ice machines can be a boon to businesses when it comes to cutting down on salt.
They can also be useful in the event of a bushfire, which has led to ice being cleared from roads.
Commercial Ice Machines, or CIMs, are small machines that are usually built by ice cream manufacturers.
They are designed to remove salt from roads using water, and can also operate on the ice.
They also operate like a regular ice cream machine, so the machine can operate without ice being applied.
They often cost between $2,500 and $3,000, but the cost is rising.
Commercial snow machines have also been around for years.
They’re usually built with plastic piping and a lid on the bottom of the machine, but they are also equipped with a snowplow and a machine operator.
Commercial Snow Machines, also known as Snowblowers, have been around since the 1970s, but in recent years the number of commercial snow machines has exploded.
They usually operate on a similar principle, using water to melt the snow and then using the water to run a small pump to remove it from the road.
The water then is piped to the ice machine, which melts the ice before it can be removed.
Commercial machine operators are paid between $250 to $350 an hour, depending on their skill.
These machines have been a boon for small businesses in Victoria.
A commercial ice-breaker can remove a load of road salt in an hour.
Commercial machines have the advantage of being able to operate on ice and not snow, meaning they are much cheaper to operate.
However, there is one big problem.
Commercial models are not designed to operate in dry conditions.
Commercial model drivers are required to wear special clothing and protective gear to keep the machine operating in dry, windy conditions.
The equipment can also have to be cleaned regularly.
Commercial owners of snow machines can expect to pay around $1,000 for a machine.
But that doesn’t include maintenance costs, which can run into the thousands.
Topics:government-and-politics,melbourne-3000,melburn-3850,vic,australiaFirst posted October 05, 2018 16:47:00