Wexiodisk has revealed it is rolling out its unique pre-rinse system to its range of flight machines for the first time.
The pre-rinse system reuses warm, chemically enriched waste water from the adjacent chemical wash zones, leading to savings on water, energy, cleaning chemicals and man-hours, according to the company.
Having originally launched as a standalone unit in the form of the WD-PRM6, the system has now been developed to be included as an integral part of Wexiodisk’s flight machine range.
Simon Frost, UK & Ireland country manager at Wexiodisk, said: “Having originally developed the pre-rinse system as a standalone unit for the more compact hood-type machines, this new development, which will see the unique technology implemented into the range of flight machines, is set to transform commercial warewashing.”
He added: “The system replaces the more traditional method of hand-shower rinsing, saving the operator substantial amounts of water, chemicals and man hours.”
With the PRM, dirty dishes, crockery, cutlery, pans, and trays automatically pass into the pre-rinse zone where lose crumb and containment is removed.
Using the waste water from the subsequent wash-zones and rinsed via high pressure pumps both above and below, the pre-rinse system prevents the contaminant being transported into the chemical wash zone.
Wexiodisk says this helps to maintain the water quality for a longer period and reduces the level of detergent and other chemicals required in the process.