While you should always look for the Energy Star label, there are new energy efficient ventless dishwashers on the market that are also worth considering. Typically, traditional dishwashers have a vent to expel the warm air from the system after washing cycles, requiring your kitchen to have a hood. Each cycle operates independently of one another, but the energy efficient ventless dishwashers have found a way to not only utilize the output vapor and heat from cycles but to also reduce energy consumption as well as water consumption!
Warewashing equipment is an essential for many restaurants, especially if you deal with high volume traffic. Many restaurants opt for standard warewashing machines like conveyors, door type/rack, undercounter, and glass washers to get the job done. But many will also opt for one or more specialty washers if it suits their needs.