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Wexiödisk underlines control systems’ efficiency credentials

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Wexiödisk’s ICS+ technology detects and eliminates empty spaces between baskets during wash and rinse cycles.

Wexiödisk is emphasising its Intelligent Control System technology (ICS+) efficiency benefits.

By detecting and eliminating empty spaces between baskets (ESE) during the wash and rinse, ICS+ is designed to eliminate energy, water and detergent being wasted on empty washing zones.

Available with all rack conveyors models, ICS+ is said to lower operating costs and reduced environmental impact. Tests have indicated that this technology can save operators up to 18,500kWh of energy, 240,000litres of water and 500kg of detergent per year.

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All ICS+ machines feature a constant rinse time (CRT) function that ensures the rinsing time and amount of rinsing water used per basket remains the same, regardless of which programme is used or the number of baskets washed per hour. In addition, the Double Transport System (DTS) means that the baskets are fed at an even speed through the machine, therefore, all dishes in the basket are rinsed with the same amount of water which helps optimise the use of rinsing water.

ICS+ technology has the option of six programmes, each with a different contact time that can be adjusted via the control panel, depending on how soiled the dishware.

David Glover, UK and Ireland country manager at Wexiödisk UK, explained: “ICS+ technology and its unique functions enhance our world-renowned range of ergonomic and efficient warewashers even further. We appreciate just how important it is for operators to reduce costs and environmental impact, all while achieving the very best washing results.

“This is why ICS+ technology, especially when combined with Eco-Flow heat recovery, truly makes a difference in producing the best warewasher in its class. The savings that can be made speak for themselves.”

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Clare Nicholls

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