Sales, purchasing and leasing
A: MSDS sheets, operator’s manuals and current model literature are available on the Taylor website. Obsolete model information can be obtained from your local distributor. Service manuals are provided to factory-trained technicians. Contact your local distributor for service to your equipment.
Distributor and service
Mix and product
Technical and electrical
A: Soft serve machines dispense any frozen or semi-frozen dessert products, which are served fresh from the freezer in a soft state. Sherbets, completely non-dairy products, and milkshakes are not included.
View Taylor soft serve models.
A: Heat treatment applies to soft serve or shake machines that serve dairy products. The Heat Treatment process reduces labor and daily maintenance costs since the equipment only requires disassembly and cleaning once every fourteen days.
View Taylor soft serve heat treatment models.
View Taylor shake heat treatment models.
A: Pump equipped Taylor models introduce additional air into the product by using the internal pump to pump product into the freezing cylinder and can have a higher or more consistent overrun. Gravity fed models use gravity to fill the freezing cylinder.
An example of a Taylor pump model would be the popular model C722
An example of a Taylor gravity model would be the popular model C723
A: This information is available in the Taylor operator manual specific to your Taylor model. Operator manuals and current model literature are available on the Taylor website. Obsolete model information can be obtained from your local distributor. Contact your local distributor.
Serial Number, Age Of Equipment
A: The age of the Taylor model can be found in the serial number:
Example of Taylor serial number: M3071234
First position =
Second position =
3 = 3 years after 2010, or 2013
Third and fourth position =
07 = month, July
Final positions =
1234 = production number