The air gap prevents dirty water from siphoning back into the clean mains water. This is required to meet water board regulations for machines installed on a cold water mains supply.
Each machine has a specific Amp requirement. This is the unit of measure for the electric current required for the machine to work.
These are the specific power needs of each washing machine specific to the model.
All our machines will run a rinse cycle during the drain down which assists the operator during the cleaning as per our recommended cleaning guidelines.
This feature allows the machine to add the correct amount of chemicals needed to match the wash cycle automatically. This can be set up with installation.
A basket is the container used hold the plates or glasses when they go into the dishwasher. There are different types of baskets available based on whether you are washing plates in a dishwasher or glasses in a glasswasher. A basket is sometimes referred to as a rack.
Chemicals specifically designed to aid in cleaning dishes and glassware to produce clean results, provided they are used correctly in line with our guidelines to produce the best wash results.
Ensuring an accurate dose of chemicals are dispensed with each wash cycle.
A Classeq machine range that comes with a drain pump, rinse booster pump and built in chemical dispenser.
Our DUO machines have double skinned sides and door allowing for quieter operations as well as reduced heat loss.
The drain pump is an optional extra to assist when the machine is higher then the waste outlet or has to be pumped to a stand pipe.
Similar to the type found in households, our commercial dishwasher range can clean more items than a household one and is designed to be an integral component to any kitchen.
The unit of measure to test the hardness of water.
A chemical used to help clean dishes in our dishwasher range.
A two part filtration system that prevents any food waste or objects entering the wash tank water. Keeping the wash water cleaner for longer.
The standard sizing of our machines drain size that will be connected to the waste system.
An external water softener is a water softening unit that stands next to the machine. It removes calcium, magnesium and other minerals found in hard water, reducing the amount of limescale build up and improving wash results.
Our range of machines that are dedicated to only cleaning glass ware, using specialized chemicals to produce clean glassware.
The maximum glass height that will fit in and out of the machine with ease.
Hard water is responsible for scale building up inside the warewashing machines. This is due to too many minerals, mainly calcium and magnesium, being in the water.
Hood type is another term for a Pass Through dishwasher.
An integral water softener is a water softening unit built into the machine. All our DUO model undercounters and P500 models are available with an optional integral water softener
Allowing the data to reflect the operational use of the machine, to alert of any chemical needs or services required.
A Pass through or a hooded machine – is designed to work in a space where trays can flow in one side and out the other side improving productivity. These machines have a hood that opens upwards, making it eh perfect addition to a busy kitchen.
Number of pint-sized glasses a basket/rack can take hold per wash cycle.
Number of 12-inch plates that a basket can hold.
The plates per hour figure provides an indication of the performance of the machine. The plates per hour figure is a calculation based on the number of racks per hour and plates per rack.
This is Planned Preventative Maintenance to help ensure longevity of your machine.
A rack is the container used hold the plates or glasses when they go into the dishwasher. There are different types of racks available based on whether you are washing plates in a dishwasher or glasses in a glasswasher. A rack is sometimes referred to as a basket.
Number of racks per hour the machine is capable of washing. See also Theoretical maximum racks per hour.
The pump helps to increase the flow of water when pressure is low when rinsing items.
A built in boiler helping to keep the temperature to the correct sanitizing degree.
This helps to increase the flow of water when pressure is low, allowing for a more effective rinse.
This is the force used to rinse the crockery off with after and during a wash cycle.
A chemical that is used to help produce the best results on glassware, ready to go back out onto the table.
The minimum amount of pressure the water needs to feed into the machine.
Single phase power is a two-wire alternating current. This is typically a smaller supply.
This is the voltage each machine requires to run effectively.
A three phase supply typically provides a larger power supply.
This is the amount of racks that can theoretically be done per hour provided our guidelines are followed. Refer to our product guide for each product specifics.
How much current the machine needs to run.
The temperature interlock is a safety feature that ensures the rinse water is at the correct temperature before starting the rinse cycle. This ensures that the machine is fully sanitising the dishes and ultimately giving the best results possible.
Similar in style to domestic dishwashers – Undercounter warewashers are front loading machines designed to fit underneath a countertop in a commercial kitchen or bar.
Removes calcium, magnesium and other minerals found in hard water, reducing the amount of limescale build up and improving wash results.