It is for good reason that many commercial kitchens prefer using the Washtech M2 pass through dishwasher. Being able to withstand even the heaviest wash loads makes the Washtech M2 pass through dishwasher perfect for all busy commercial kitchens.

Robustness is provided by the machine with features such as high-quality and heavy-duty stainless steel components. Other than being robust, the intuitive and modern electronic controls make washing dishes quick, easy, and convenient. The eco-power system along with the customised cycle easily makes Washtech the clear winner hands down.

It has been proven that efficiency is provided by the pass through dishwashers compared to the front-loading models. Higher wash frequencies are with the pass through, making it the best dishwasher for any commercial kitchen.

The Washtech is user-friendly, too. The five easy steps needed to operate the equipment include:

Turn on and fill up

The first step is to check out if the plug is in the machine as soon as you open the door of the dishwasher. Then, power the machine only when you’ve ensured that the scrap tray is in its proper place.

The “standby” display flashing on the control menu is an indication that the unit is ready to use. Filling up the unit is automatic as soon as you press the power button.

Load the tray and select the wash cycle

The green light turning on the display tells you that the desired rinse temperature and filling up of the unit are done. The drop-down and up arrow button allow you to choose the wash cycle you want. The various cycles provided by the Washtech M2 include:

  • The Manual cycle allows you to select the wash duration. This option is best used for timed wash cycles. However, it is recommended that opting for a predetermined cycle is best as you might forget about the dishwasher is still on.
  • The Heavy cycle works best for extra heavy loads of dishwashing. The 3-minute cycle works wonders for cleaning dishes used for soups and desserts.
  • A Light cycle is the ideal one-minute cycle for pre-rinsed dishes that need another washing before being considered as clean.
  • The Medium cycle is best used for washing lightly-soiled dishes. The 2-minute cycle makes short work of slightly-used dishes.

Loading the soiled dishes into the racks is the next step after you’ve determined the right cycle. Optimum cleaning results happen when the dishes are loaded properly. Plates should go to the rack with pegs. The small baskets are for all sorts of cutlery from spoons to knives. Obviously, the cups and mugs should go to the cup rack.

It’s time to close the door of the machine after everything has been carefully loaded. The loading capacity of each rack in the machine should be carefully considered. This is to prevent overloading, resulting in inefficient operation.

Rinse cycle and rack unloading

The unit sometimes stops after 20 seconds when a high sanitation temperature is achieved. No need to worry as the timer will resume after the desired amount of temperature is achieved. A white light indicates the finish line of the washing cycle. Unloading the dishes should be carefully done to prevent any untoward accidents.

Clean and drain

A longer lifespan of the unit is guaranteed when the machine is washed at the end of the day. Removing the racks and removing the scrap tray should be done after all the dishes and cutleries have been removed. The scrap tray needs to be given a scrubbing to remove all trapped foods. Draining the water from the machine is done by pulling out the plug.

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