granular ice

granular ice

[′gran·yə·lər ′īs]
(hydrology)
Ice composed of many tiny, opaque, white or milky pellets or grains frozen together and presenting a rough surface; this is the type of ice deposited as rime and compacted as névé.
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About ice flakers Flake ice can be either scale or granular ice.
The City of Commerce City (the City ) is soliciting Bids for the purchase of approximately 2,000 tons of granular Ice Slicer RS to be purchased in bulk (the Material ); provided, however, that delivery or City retrieval of the Material would occur sporadically over the term of the contract and in amounts of 200 tons each.