Winterhalter unveils prototype warewasher at LACA Conference 2013
The Main Event, LACA conference and exhibition, Hilton Birmingham Metropole, July 10-12 2013
Visitors to the LACA Conference 2013 will get the chance to have a sneak preview of the latest warewashers for schools, due to be launched in September 2013.
The passthrough machines are being developed by Winterhalter and will feature new technologies that save energy, water and chemicals. They will also be highly adaptable, so that whatever the local conditions in terms of water quality, hardness and pressure, the machines will be able to deliver the best possible hygienic wash results.
A prototype of the warewasher, which will replace the popular GS500 Series, will be on display on the Winterhalter stand, K59.
“This is an important launch for LACA because so many schools use passthrough machines,” says Paul Crowley, marketing manager of Winterhalter. “For most school situations, they deliver the ideal combination of capacity, performance and reliability. Our GS500 Series has won awards for energy efficiency and low running costs. The new machines build on that success to offer even better cost savings and wash results.”
Winterhalter provides a total solution for warewashing, from pre-sales advice to after-sales service, training and maintenance. Alongside its market-leading dish and glasswashers, the company’s range includes utensil washers, advanced water treatment machines, cleaning chemicals and detergents. For further details, call Winterhalter on 01908 359000, see www.winterhalter.co.uk, or www.winterhalter-scout.biz or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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