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Compact conveyor washer from Winterhalter

27 September 2007 by
Compact conveyor washer from Winterhalter

Caterers who need the volume and power of full conveyor dishwashers but lack the space might be interested in the new STR 110 conveyor warewasher from Winterhalter (the 110 indicates how many racks per hour it can wash). It has an integral single tank, which gives it a smaller footprint (460mm high x 1,300m wide x 800mm deep) than conventional multi-tank versions.

The washer's pump feeds five upper wash arms and three lower arms and it offers both standard and express wash speeds with a glass-friendly rinse cycle at 65°C.

Unlike conventional systems, the STR 110's main door will pivot through 180°. Other features include low energy, water and detergent consumption; a fully-automatic self-wash cycle; a Mediamat purifier to remove particles; and wipe-clean, colour-coded touch panels.

The list of accessories includes inlet tables and outlet roller conveyors in 90° and 180° corner formats, rack storage areas and pressure boosters.

To buy it, call 01908 359 000

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