British warewashing manufacturer Classeq has introduced upgraded LCD digital display technology to its range of standard models, following the successful adoption of LCDs across its Duo range.
All Classeq’s entry machines will now feature, as standard, button controls with ‘universally recognised’ symbols and LCD digital displays. Clear control panels will show machine operating temperatures, rinse and wash tank temperatures and chemical usage.
In addition, variable wash cycles are designed to provide greater flexibility to help improve operational efficiencies across all service needs at any time of the day. Operators can choose the level of wash to suit their requirements, a quick wash for less soiled items or a longer cycle for heavily soiled items, plus there is a choice of glass programme, 1.5 minute or 2 minute cycles, and three dish programmes that can operate on 2, 3, and 5 minute cycles.
By using an electronic rather than electro-mechanical operating system, the machines also have inbuilt equipment to record usage data, useful for servicing and maintenance, providing feedback to service engineers on how the machine is being operated – analysis that can then be fed back to users with any recommendations on how they can operate the machines even more efficiently.