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Winterhalter launches bottle washing system

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Winterhalter’s UC Series undercounter with the new bottle rack system.

Winterhalter has developed a new washing system for its UC undercounter glass washers that is aimed to get bottles hygienically clean, quickly.

The new system uses a rack design that fits into the UC Series undercounters, washing up to eight bottles at a time, in under 60 seconds.

The launch of the system adds a new dimension to bottle washing, which would traditionally be done either by hand, a tremendously labour-intensive and unhygienic method, or by using an expensive, single purpose appliance.

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The bottle rack is compatible with any UC Series model and can be added retrospectively. To fit the system, the operator takes out the UC’s lower wash arm and slots the rack system in its place.

The rack shoots water directly into the bottles via jets to ensure their interiors are clean. Meanwhile the UC’s upper wash arm cleans the bottles’ exteriors. To turn the UC back into a standard glass washer or dishwasher, staff take out the rack and replace the lower wash arm.

The rack features a flexible folding set-up, making it possible to fit bottles of a variety of shapes and sizes in it, with diameters up to 100mm. Each rack can hold eight bottles at once.

Paul Crowley, Winterhalter UK’s marketing manager said: “More and more establishments are looking to serve their customers filtered water that has been bottled on site.

“These upmarket bottles look great and providing in-house water is more eco-friendly than buying in bottled mineral water, but hygiene issues can arise since bottles are so difficult to keep consistently clean, especially when washing by hand.

“Our new rack system ensures that bottles are sparkling and hygienically clean, inside and out, in less than a minute.”

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