Classeq to do a double reveal at Hotelympia

Classeq’s P500 pass through warewasher is one of its two new launches at Hotelympia.

British warewasher manufacturer Classeq will be launching two new products at Hotelympia next week, on stand 1320 in London’s ExCel.

The exclusive supplier of Ice-O-Matic ice machines in the UK will be debuting Elevation icemakers as well as the P500 pass through dishwasher.

The new digital warewasher is designed for intensive, high volume daily use, and is said to be suitable for straight-through or corner situated operations.

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This hood type range is capable of cleaning up to 720 plates per hour. Three wash cycles (2 minute, 3 minute and 5 minute) allow for what is claimed to be maximum output without compromising wash quality and whilst saving energy.

A digital LCD display is said to be easy to use and allows the user to adjust key settings to the machine (temperatures, rinse and wash times, chemical dosage, and stores usage information) to ensure it is being used to its optimum performance.

Fitted with a 39litre wash tank, features such as continuous hood clean and removable wash arms are designed to ensure that they are easy to clean. All machines have full, ‘Type A’, Water Board compliance (WRAS) and drain pumps and rinse pumps fitted as standard, plus the option to have detergent pumps and integral water softeners fitted.

The other launch, the Elevation Series of ice machines, boasts the ‘Dual Exhaust’ feature, which discharges hot air from both the side and the top. This should mean that regardless of air flow requirements these units will adapt, making it suitable for tight spaces regardless of air flow restrictions.

Claimed to be unique, the feature is designed to increase installation flexibility, reduce the potential of obstructed exhaust and mean there is no need to stock additional variant models and kits to adjust airflow.

Four modular ice cube models are the first to launch in the series – said to meet (and in some cases exceed) all 2018 Department of Energy (DOE) regulations with up to 20% more energy efficiency than other models on the market.

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