Warewashing articles

Nelson to show off latest warewashers at this year’s Caffé Culture

Nelson is set to highlight its kitchen and counter design and installation services alongside its latest warewashers at the event. The commercial dishwasher and glasswasher firm, based in London, will outline how it believes its new Advantage warewashers are high performance and simultaneously energy saving. Using minimal water and energy, Nelson claims Advantage provides exceptional

Comenda keen to clean up on the notoriously tricky banqueting circuit

Comenda is taking aim at the banqueting sector with a series of rack conveyor warewashers that it claims are built to handle big jobs. Warewashing for the banqueting circuit is rarely straightforward. The workload can be unpredictable, with some events involving catering to large numbers and resulting in mounds of dirty dishes, crockery, cookware and

Wexiodisk transfers warranty and service contracts to new UK partners

Warewashing manufacturer Wexiödisk is restructuring its after-sales service set-up in the UK by transferring responsibility from existing partner Serviceline to First Choice and Crystaltech. From 1 July, First Choice will become the brand’s authorised spare parts provider in the UK, while Crystaltech will take on the role of warranty and service partner. All pre-existing and

Classeq funnels funds into next generation data asset management system

British warewashing brand Classeq has invested in a state-of-the-art digital asset management system in a bid to “bring simplicity” to the world of warewashing. The company is implementing its new software solution across its network of business partners, distributors, customers and suppliers, enabling it to share, manage, edit and control all brand assets with them

Meiko bets on new range of machines to give weary kitchen porters a lift

Meiko insists that high volume catering operations which incorporate its new M-iClean hood machines into their warewashing areas can expect to make life considerably less arduous for kitchen staff. Ergonomics were a big focus for the brand when it began developing the range, leading to the introduction of an automatic hood-lifting system. “It is ergonomically

Winterhalter steps up commercial warewashing offering

Winterhalter is launching its new pass-through machines, utensil washers and conveyor washer at Hotelympia, as well as showcasing its latest undercounter range, with its water-saving hybrid integral RO system. The company will be outlining its Connected Wash technology, which allows machines to be monitored from anywhere, using an app or computer portal, tablet or smartphone,

Krupps connects to Wifi to keep warewashers in tip-top condition

Consumption control, continuous self-diagnosis, the ability to programme on and off remotely, and remote service are just some of the benefits guaranteed by Krupps’ innovative new Wifi dishwashers. The company will be exhibiting at Hotelympia next week as it looks to grow awareness of the line-up among UK operators. Representatives from the brand will be

Hobart rolls out most ‘efficient and economical’ warewashers it has ever built

Hobart is vowing to shake up the warewashing market with the launch of a system that it claims is its most efficient and economical to date. According to the manufacturer, the new CP/CN series rack-type dishwasher boasts three significant improvements, including a “highly sensitive” rack-flow sensor system that helps users get the most out of

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Classeq’s UK factory capable of producing 15,000 machines a year

British-made warewashing brand Classeq’s new purpose-built factory in Stafford will be capable of producing more than 15,000 machines a year following its launch last week, the company has revealed.  The brand, which has supplied warewasher units to pubs, restaurants, hotels, cafes, and catering operators for the last 40 years, said the site will employ more than 40

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