Hubbard Systems has launched the Comenda Hi-Line HC14 RA pass through warewasher to the UK market.
Said to deliver good wash results, it is designed to offer a wash cycle as short as 47 seconds. Options include an energy saving system that is claimed to reduce consumption dramatically.
Standard features include a self-draining wash pump, a choice of hood- or manually-activated cycle starts, stainless steel construction, integral water softener, electronic adjustment of the detergent and rinse aid dispensers, and a self-cleaning cycle that kicks in when the unit is switched off. The machine’s wash cycles last from 47 seconds, on the fast, low soiling setting, to 240 seconds for the energy-saving ECO 2 programme.
Comenda’s Rinse Control Device (RCD) is said to be key to delivering good wash results. This uses a pressurised boiler and a rinse pump to ensure that the water pressure and temperature are consistent throughout the wash cycle.
The optional CRC2 heat recovery unit should lower running costs by using steam produced during the wash cycle to heat the incoming cold water supply. It can cut energy consumption by up to 35%. Additional energy saving options include a double skin, insulated hood.
The HC14 RA accepts standard 500mm x 500mm racks and the maximum hood clearance is 440mm. The machine measures 624mm wide by 740mm deep and 1,537mm high.