As a smaller version of the conveyor washer, these units are designed to connect to dishtables. Compatible racks are filled with dirty dishes, slid into the cavity of the washer, and cleaned within moments. These can also come in high- or low-temp designs and can process around 30-350 racks per day. These are available in single and duel-rack models.
Many restaurant owners find themselves trying to rub two pennies together to make a nickel when it comes to equipment needs, so many of the extras tend to get left out. What many don’t realize is that these technologies and extra investments have been made to cut down on total costs over time.
Grease disposal can be a hassle for many small business owners, but some
states and municipalities require these units to help keep sewer
systems clean and free of grease waste from restaurants. Cue: grease
traps. These devices, optional for some and mandatory for others, are
used to intercept most grease and solids in plumbing systems before it
ever reaches your wastewater disposal unit and further sewer lines.
Knowing the ins and outs of grease traps can help you make an informed
decision on which trap is right for your restaurant and can help reduce
your restaurant’s impact on the local wastewater systems!
Do I really need to have a vent hood for my dishwasher?
You may have heard of a booster heater but overlooked the additional investment for any variety of reasons. But the fact of the matter is that adding a booster heater to your dishwashing unit can drastically decrease your energy and water consumption, creating a more efficient dishwashing setup.
While many restaurants may not see the full benefit of investing in a booster heater, knowing what it can do you for you, your kitchen, and your restaurant as a whole may surely help give you the assurance you need to invest in this long-term money-saving machine. So what advantage is there if I purchase a dishwasher with a booster?