Wexiödisk has expanded its glasswasher portfolio with four glassware-specific hood-type models: the WD-6 Glass, WD-6 Duplus Glass, WD-7 Glass and WD-7 Duplus Glass along with the already-launched WD-4S Glass.
Specifically designed for premium venues with a high turnover of glassware, all four models within Wexiödisk’s new hood-type glasswasher range are said to help operators ensure cleaning results. This is thanks to a combination of glassware-specific technology and a new Glass-Lift function.
Controlled by a simple ‘on/off’ button, this function angles the basket during final rinse stage of the cycle and should allow water to evenly run down the outside of each glass, for spotless glassware results.
David Glover, UK and Ireland country manager, explained: “Thanks to the development of a brand-new glass-basket tilting Glass-Lift system, excess water does not collect at the base of the glass and cause water smears and stains; it alternatively waterfalls down the outside surface of each glass in order to ensure a thorough wash and sparkling, dryer finish.”
To ensure best end results, even at sites with poor water quality, an external RO-unit can be connected to each hood-type glass-washer which has as standard warm and cold water connection. The hood-type glass-washer is filled with warm water and runs on cold water.
As with Wexiödisk’s WD-4S Glass undercounter glassware-specific warewasher, all four of Wexiödisk’s new Glass models feature three different glassware cycles, each featuring various wash times and water temperatures which can easily be adjusted for different glass types such as wine glasses, beer glasses and standard glasses.
Each model within the new Glasswasher series has been manufactured from what is said to be high-grade stainless steel to make them robust, hygienic and durable. The WD-6 Duplus Glass and WD-7 Duplus Glass utilise 1ltr of fresh water per cycle – claimed to be up to four times less than other leading models.