Winterhalter will be exhibiting at this year’s Conscious Hospitality Show – part of the Restaurant Show 2016 – where it aims to educate the market on how the right warewashers can transform running costs and the environmental impact of warewashing.
Winterhalter is the first catering equipment company to achieve carbon footprint certification through the Carbon Trust, and representatives will be on stand UD41 to explain how this will help caterers to choose the most efficient equipment with the lowest lifetime cost.
Also on the stand, Winterhalter will be showing its new UC Excellence undercounter washers and its PT Series of passthrough warewashers – both of which deliver top wash results while using innovative technologies to reduce the consumption of energy and resources, according to the brand.
Winterhalter’s new UC Excellence-i and UC-Excellence-iPlus washers will be making their Restaurant Show debut. These machines guarantee brilliant wash results every time as they remove almost 100% of water impurities and have an integral reverse osmosis systems.
They feature a built-in pre-filter with monitoring, membrane flushing and Winterhalter’s AquaOpt system, which minimises running costs with its choice of good, better and best results. This AquaOpt function optimises water quality during extended wash break periods and can be adapted to meet specific on-site requirements, ensuring consistent washing.
Winterhalter says that its PT Series is the market’s first passthrough machine with energy-saving heat exchange technology fitted as standard. The heat exchangers extract energy from the waste water and the warm, humid water vapour inside the machine and use it to heat up the incoming cold water supply, reducing energy costs by up to 10%.