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Ship dishwasher EHT8IUSPH5
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Fully automatic single-tank machine with 4 programmes. Built-in 9 kW booster heater and wetting agent injector. For hot or warm water connection. Capacity 80 racks/ h. Incl. 4 pcs dishwashing racks. S/s execution 80 BASKETS/HOUR CAPACITY DOUBLE SKIN HOOD LOW WATER AND DETERGENT CONSUMPTION ELECTRONIC SYSTEM CONTROL Built-in atmospheric boiler AUTOMATIC CLEANING CYCLE INSULATED MODEL CLEAR BLUE advance filtering system BUILT TO COMPLY WITH USPH This hood type dishwasher EHTA8IUSPH is a compact, double skin tank machine with a large capacity of up to 80 baskets per hour. The machine requires only 2 liters of water per washing cycle thus ensuring low energy, water, detergent and rinse aid consumption. Main inside components as well as the outside panels are made in AISI 304 stainless steel with smooth surfaces for easy cleaning. EHT8IUSPH can operate either in High Productivity mode or in Sanitation mode and has three wash cycles - one for lightly soiled dishes, one for normally soiled and one for heavily soiled dishes. Built-in atmospheric boiler sized to raise incoming water to a minimum of 84 °C for sanitizing rinse. Unique temperature interlock guarantees required temperatures in both the wash and final rinse. Constant temperature of 84 °C throughout the rinsing cycle regardless of the network's water pressure. Boiler power setting from control panel to facilitate technician's operation when reducing total installed power, thus avoiding the need of machine opening. Built-in rinse aid dispenser with automatic initial and continuous cycle loading for perfect result while minimizing service and maintenance needs.

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