snow ice

snow ice

[′snō ‚īs]
(hydrology)
Ice crust formed from snow, either by compaction or by the refreezing of partially thawed snow.
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We are into various kinds of value added refrigeration equipments like Flake Ice Machines, Snow Ice Makers, Tube Ice Makers, Cube Ice Makers, Condensing units, Chilling Plants, Ice Rakes, and Screw Conveyors etc.
Andrew, we used to make snow ice cream when I was a kid.
Kao, who grew up working in her parent's shaved ice shop in Kaohsiung, perfected a special technique for making extraordinarily delicate in texture and light in calories (84 per 100-gram serving), low-fat snow ice that tastes just like ice cream.
Referred to as snow ice, it can form when the weight of fresh snow pushes down on the ice sheet, forcing liquid water to rise through cracks to the surface where it freezes.