Partner content: Wash 1 800 plates an hour with Classeq

Many platesWhen running a buzzing eatery, the last thing you need to worry about is grubby glasses and dirty dishes. Leading British equipment manufacturer Classeq has innovative, cost-effective and environmentally conscious solutions to help keep your servingware spotlessly clean, leaving you free to focus.

Classeq has been developing quality warewashers for over four decades, and offers an array of machines to suit operations of all sizes, including large pass-through dishwashers tailored to high-footfall establishments, as well as smaller front-loading dish and glasswashers.

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The Classiq CST 100 conveyor dishwasher. Photo supplied.

The most recent addition to the Classeq range is the revolutionary new rack conveyor dishwasher, the CST 100. The CST 100 has been innovatively designed with the hospitality and catering sector in mind, with easy-to-use single-button controls that make operation quick and simple – an essential aspect for any busy catering outlet. This high-performance model can wash an impressive 100 racks per hour (equivalent to 1 800 plates) and automatic rack-feed sensors ensure it operates efficiently and effectively at all times.

Created with the ability to operate in either direction, the  can be set up to suit the layout and needs of each individual kitchen, ensuring operators can keep the same warewashing machine regardless of redesign or changes in requirements.

Additionally, the CST model offers simple maintenance as well as water and energy efficiency. Together, these features help to create a warewashing experience of the highest standard. Quick, efficient and most importantly cost-effective, the CST 100 has been designed with operators’ budgets and environmental impact in mind, so mangers can be rest assured they are using the best available product on the market. Price, power, performance – Classeq offers it all.

For more information on Classeq, please visit their website.

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