New Nelson Ergo puts focus ‘back’ on operator comfort

Nelson Advantage Plus AD51 Ergo dishwasher

The new Nelson Advantage Plus AD51 ‘Ergo’ has been ergonomically designed to avoid the need for the operator to bend.

Positioned somewhere between an undercounter dishwasher and a pass-through, the highly specified, energy and water efficient machine has exactly the same key features as its undercounter equivalent.

Key feature includes: Thermos-acoustic insulation; peristaltic pump controlled chemical dispense; soft start for delicate items; top and bottom wash and rinse arms; integral water softener; triple stage dynamic filter; thermostop for controlling the rinse water temperature; self-diagnosis system with fault warning; stand by and self-clean functions and seven wash programmes.

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“Back problems are the most common occupational ailment in the catering workplace,” explains John Nelson, managing director of Nelson Dish & Glasswashers. “The Ergo provides an affordable solution for people who don’t need to invest in a pass-through but who want a comfortable means of loading and unloading a dishwasher.”

The Ergo lends itself to forming part of a dishwashing system with appropriate tabling and shelving – something usually only possible with a pass-through machine. It also features a useful base cupboard for storing baskets and chemicals.

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