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  1. Preventing Dishwasher Rust & Pitting

    Preventing Dishwasher Rust & Pitting

    It is a common misconception that stainless steel cant rust. It can, but not how you would generally imagine rusting to occur. Stainless steels have very high resistance to rust thanks to their protective layers covering them, these fragile layers; only millionths of an inch thick, are created during the formation of the steel offer protection from rust.

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  2. Pink Slime Build Up On Dishwasher

    Pink Slime Build Up On Dishwasher

    Keeping your commercial dishwasher clean is critical for health and safety.

    Not maintaining your machine can seriously jeopardise health and safety across your business. A poorly functioning machine can increase the risks of food poisoning for your customers and affect your food hygiene rating.

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  3. How to Descale a Commercial Dishwasher

    How to Descale a Commercial Dishwasher

    Your dishwasher is a vital part of your kitchen, serving dirty plates to customers won’t be as forgivable as an overcooked Rump Steak. Limescale builds up in your machine can be detrimental to your businesses hygiene rating. To provide sanitation dishwashers reach a temperature of 82.2°c, limescale can build up around the heating element decreasing the machine performance and capability of achieving high temperatures for cleaning.

    Limescale build up will lead to mineral deposits forming on your plates. This will appear as a white film on your dishes. So how do we tackle it? 

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  4. Inside a Commercial Dishwasher

    Have you ever wondered what it looks like inside the machine when you run a wash? It’s something that we have been wondering about for a while here at Industrial Warewashers, and so we thought we’d see what we could find.

    Thankfully, a helpful YouTuber by the name of RandomRazr has the answer for us, at least for an under-counter model. With a waterproof GoPro and a light inside the machine, along with the regular load, we can see the machine in action from an all-new angle.

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  5. Fagor LVC21 Commercial Dishwasher 500mm Basket

    Fagor LVC21 Commercial Dishwasher 500mm Basket

    Say goodbye to the Fagor LVC21 Dishwasher 500mm Basket

    From time to time, innovations require the replacement of an older model with a brand-new machine, which offers new functionality, but still performs the same features that you have come to know and love in your current machine. Until recently, the Fagor LVC21 Dishwasher was highly popular with cafes, pubs, and restaurants thanks to its complete automatic operation, mostly stainless steel construction and capacity to handle 24 racks an hour.

    Welcome the Fagor CO502DD Dishwasher

    Introducing the Fagor CO502DD Dishwasher, a part of the all-new Concept range of under counter dishwashers which usually combine found on the higher end machines with robust construction and energy efficiency in an affordable package.

    The double-skinned all stainless steel cabinet makes for a new model that is both aesthetically pleasing and provides noise insulation that ensures the unit is suitable for the front of house i

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  6. Classeq ECO2 Front Loading Commercial Glasswasher

    Classeq ECO2 Front Loading Commercial Glasswasher

    Out with the Classeq ECO2 Glasswasher

    There comes a time when innovation is the only way forward, and glasswashers (and the ware washing industry in general) is no different. Previously, the Classeq ECO2 glass washer had been one of the UK’s bestselling under counter glasswashers, but it has now been superseded by a new model.

    The Classeq ECO2 was particularly popular with pubs and restaurants thanks to double skinned doors to reduce heat loss and lessens noise in operation, which made it great for front-of-house installations. It was a powerful entry-level medium sized glasswasher that could clean up to 480-pint glasses per hour using a standard 400mm basket. Removable rack guides and wash chamber door also allowed easy cleaning and simple service access. However, the Classeq ECO2 glasswasher fell short of many of its competitors' thanks to manual switchgear, mechanical dial controls and a lack of WRAS approval, meaning it should never be used as a dishwasher (or e

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  7. Daily, Weekly & Monthly Dishwasher Maintenance Tasks

    Failing to maintain your machine will void any warranty on the machine.

    Daily

    1. Always empty machine at the end of every day and wash out the filters.
    2. Only use compatible detergent, rinse aid, salt & descaler.
    3. Never turn the machine on when water is not available.

    Weekly

    REPLENISH WATER SOFTENER

    To replenish the water softener, turn both taps clockwise and remove the top and drain water to a suitable level. Put about a pint of salt in, then replace top (be careful to not over tighten). Turn bottom pipe connector back and let the water run for approx 40 minutes into a nearby sink. Turn both taps anti-clockwise; your water softener is then replenished.

    Monthly

    DESCALE REFURBISH MACHINE & GLASSES

    Let machine fill & heat up, put approx 10oz of descaler in the machine and leave 5 minutes. Then run the cycle three times with nothing in the machine; this helps to clean the

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  8. WRAS Approved Commercial Dishwashers

    WRAS Approved Commercial Dishwashers

    Many suppliers and manufacturers will not consider WRAS approval when proposing a solution for your business. However, depending on your industry sector or washing requirements it could be a legal requirement for your business and therefore something you need to consider when buying a commercial dishwasher.

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  9. General Dishwasher Operation Instructions

    General Dishwasher Operation Instructions

    The operating instructions provided below are generic operating instructions for every commercial dishwasher. Therefore, it is important to note that none of these instructions is exact for your machine. You should always refer to the manufacturers' handbook provided at purchase for essential operations and maintenance.

    Before Switching On The Machine Check:

    • Machine is empty
    • Wash tank(s) are clean
    • Filters/Strainers (and curtains if applicable) are in the position
    • Wash arms and jets are fully located
    • Rinse arms are in the position
    • The drain plug is located
    • Detergent & Rinse Aid containers are full and without an airlock

    Filling The Machine:

    • Check machine is ready for filling
    • Switch on at wall isolator
    • Close door(s)
    • Switch the machine on (filling will commence)
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  10. Water Softener Regeneration

    Water Softener Regeneration

    A manual 8 or 12 litre water softener can be fitted to any Glasswasher or Commercial Dishwasher machine, and is an extremely important piece of equipment, when in hard water areas, that will ensure good washing results, can lower detergents usage and most importantly reduce the build-up of limescale to avoid expensive breakdowns and guarantees of suppliers' warranties.

    Dosage

    For light use, regeneration once a month will be sufficient – more intensive use can require two regenerations per month. If washer starts to scale up (turns white internally), then you will need to up the frequency to a more regular interval.

    Installation

    The water softener is connected between the Mains water supply and the equipment by two usually blue flexi hoses and tap (the sort that you might see on a domestic dishwasher). T

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