With the capacity to wash up to 40 racks an hour, the new R40 rackwasher from Industrial Washing Machines (IWM) promises cost-effective cleaning and sanitising of racks in high-volume applications, such as those found in food smoking operations.
Designed to combine compact construction with high efficiency and low running costs, the R40 uses an automatically timed wash and rinse cycle that eliminates unnecessary water and energy usage.
The cabinet-type R40 machines are available in standard floor-or pit-mounting versions that incorporate the novel sealed-pit technology that IWM has developed to maximise hygiene. The machines can be supplied in single-door versions for washing one rack at time, and in two-door versions for straight-through washing operations.
IWM's travelling jet system ensures that maximum pressure is delivered from the high power wash jets to all areas of the racks being washed. For maximum economy, the wash water is recirculated from a heated tank, and effective filtration is provided as an aid to reducing the frequency of water changes needed.
The R40 rackwashers are supplied with a cold rinse system that uses fresh water from the mains supply. Solenoid control ensures that water usage is kept to a minimum. For special applications, and particularly those where rapid drying is needed, the machines are alternatively offered with a hot rinse system that uses water from an additional heated tank.
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