Warewash manufacturer Hobart have launched a new two-level warewasher, which they describe as ‘the future of warewashing'.
The machine has been designed to save time, energy, water and space while potentially doubling the capacity and productivity of a conventional hood-type, with an additional washing chamber.
The machine's two wash chambers can, for instance, run a utensil wash programme in the top chamber while running heavily soiled pots, pans and cutlery in the lower compartment. The utensil wash programme also eliminates the requirement for manual pre-treatment of heavily soiled ware in a separate sink.
The washer's water consumption is monitored via Hobart's Senso-Active Resource Management function. For low amounts of soil, water consumption remains low; when it detects increased levels of soil, it increases water levels, helping to reduce operating costs.
Tim Bender, sales director at Hobart Equipment Division, commented: "Some four years in research and development, the Two-Level Washer demonstrates Hobart's superior innovation prowess in action. The machine is not only the decade's most important launch, it represents the future of warewashing – the very embodiment of doing more with less."
To mark the launch, and for a limited time only, Hobart will be offering end users £500 cash back on the purchase price of the new machine (terms and conditions can be found at www.hobartuk.com).