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The dishwasher was first conceived as a hand powered machine around the middle of the 19th century as a solution for unnecessary damage caused to fine china by traditional hand washing. It wasn’t until the early 20th century however that the first electric dishwasher made its debut, and not until the 1950s that the domestic automated dishwasher really gained popularity. Mechanised dishwashers are now commonly found in homes and commercial kitchens across the world, and large scale conveyor dishwashers have become an essential piece of commercial kitchen equipment.
Since then, the commercial dishwasher has taken on many shapes and sizes helping to reduce workloads for catering staff as well as energy and water consumption through their ergonomic design. The conveyor dishwasher aids in creating a highly efficient kitchen, with built-in sliding tables helping to reduce idle time and increase washing capacity for busy kitchens. These complete operational systems are fully automated with autostart technology used to minimise operating costs by only activating pumps and drive when a rack is present.
These highly effective and powerful washing machines ensure the best practice in safety and hygiene measures. Versatile prewash zones and integrated self-cleaning functions serve to maximise kitchen outputs, whilst making sure crockery, glassware and cutlery are all washed to commercial standards. These powerful conveyor dishwashers can be both economically and environmentally friendly as they use less water and detergent than usual hand washing techniques, as well as preventing unwanted damage or breakages of fragile items. Whether you’ve got a large or small space to fill, conveyor dishwashers can be specifically tailored to any environment.