GALLERY: 8 undercounter dishwashers to float your boatBest ArticlesGalleryUncategorizedWarewashing by Andrew Seymour on 16th April 2015 facebookTwitterLinkedIn Smeg Greenline CW531SDE-1: The Smeg CW531SDE-1 is a premium under-counter dishwasher with high levels of specification and features that makes it one of the most economical, affordable, versatile and quietest dishwashers in its class. The dishwasher’s key feature is its unique drain heat recovery unit (DHR), which allows for much quicker recovery times at sites where the machines have had to be electrically down rated and/or have had to be put the machine on a cold water feed due to poor hot water pressure on site. Ideal for energy-conscious independent establishments where guaranteed wash quality, hygiene and ease of use are essential. Hobart Premax FP: Hobart regards the Premax FP as the most advanced, intelligent and energy efficient dishwasher it has ever built, offering customers a potential 30% reduction in operational costs compared to previous models. It boasts a raft of new features and benefits, alongside the established reliability, efficiency and build-quality associated with all Hobart equipment. Ideal for high capacity operations with a focus on ease of use, consistency and low running costs. Meiko FV40.2G-GiO: The FV40.2G-GiO is a front-loading dish or glasswashing machine with integral reverse osmosis water treatment system for the spot- and streak-free washing and rinsing of crockery, cutlery and glasses. The dishwasher has a throughput of up to 40 standard 500mm x 500mm washing baskets per hour and with a selectable programme cycle time of 90, 120 or 240 seconds. Ideal for any operator where spot- and steak-free washing of crockery is a pre-requisite, be it casual dining operators and pub groups or hospital ward kitchens. Winterhalter DeMatik Pi240: Although the combination of reverse osmosis, chemicals and machine produces outstanding wash results, it can stretch beyond some customers’ budgets and uses considerably more water than simple water softeners. The DeMatik Pi240 with integral water treatment system is a solution for customers who require exceptional wash results but not necessarily the absolute finish of RO. Ideal for bars and kitchens looking for a compact solution to save space. Maidaid Evolution 515WS: Evolution machines have been designed to reduce water consumption and maximise energy and wash efficiency. The units are fitted with a break tank and drain pump and are double skinned for reduced noise and extra heat retention. All models have three standard cycle options as well as special application cycles. There are currently eight models in the undercounter range, including four models with an internal continuous water softener. Ideal for foodservice establishments requiring machines that are simple to use and easy to configure. DC Products PD50 Premium: The Premium range has moulded, double-skinned and insulated wash tanks to reduce heat loss and noise pollution, while the low volume 12-litre wash tank saves up to 13,000 litres of water each year (based on a two day service) compared to traditional wash tank models on the market today, according to the company. It claims that is equivalent to £390 saving on electricity, water and detergent per annum. Ideal for Gastro pubs, restaurants and bars that need dirty dishes turned around quickly. Fagor AD-45BBT: Handling up to 540 plates per hour, the heavy duty Fagor AD-45BBT dishwasher promises double-quick results with its double rotating wash and rinse systems above and below the basket. The front-loading AD45-BBT can be set up on site to run on either a 13 amp single phase, a 20 amp single phase or three phase 415v option for maximum flexibility. Ideal for pub chains and coffee shops. Nelson Advantage AD-50: The super-specified design addresses every potential area of energy efficiency and performance. Features include thermal insulation to the wash tank, wash chamber, door and boiler while the wash tank is also acoustically insulated, ensuring a cool and almost silent working environment. The door-close system, in tandem with the thermal seal to the door frame, prevents heat and steam from escaping into the workspace during operation, ensuring a more comfortable working environment. Ideal for a busy pub food operation or smaller restaurant operations. 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