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Smart Approved Watermark - Product of the Year Finalist

12 November 2012 Posted by Admin

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Smart Approved Watermark are a not-for-profit program that helps consumers and businesses make informed decisions on water saving products. Products and services with the Smart Approved WaterMark label have been assessed by an independent technical expert panel. All Classeq machines available in Australia carry this certification. [More]

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Getting A Dishwasher That Is Up To The Job

22 August 2012 Posted by Admin

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Many smaller premises such as B & Bs, farmhouse tearooms and small start-up cafes are tempted to struggle on with a domestic dishwasher as they build up their business. However this can be a false economy as domestic dishwashers are not built to withstand the heavy use of a commercial operation, and in fact commercial machines are cheaper to run. [More]

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Classeq News for the appearance at Hotelympia 2012

21 August 2012 Posted by Admin

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Check out Classeq at Hotelympia, stand N1426, ExCeL London, Feb 26th - March 1st. Classeq Eau de Vie: the green and profitable alternative to mineral water, served chilled still/sparkling. Intelligence of Eau de Vie Classeq's Green Apple award-winning Eau de Vie system is the green and profitable alternative to mineral water, served chilled still/sparkling filters, chills and dispenses mains water and turns it into an eco-friendly and profitable alternative to bottled mineral water. Classeq will show the full range of stylish units, including table top and free standing models. Visit stand N1426 to taste-test it for yourself - and see what all the fuss is about! Best In Class: British Built Glass and Dish Washers Find out why Classeq's dish and glass washers deliver the best value in the mid-budget market. Classeq's undercounter and hood machines have features usually only found on more expensive models - and being British-built, they offer top class after-sales support. Find out more on stand N1426. For energy-saving ice, it's Ice-O-Matic As the main distributor for the Ice-O-Matic range, Classeq will show the manufacturer's most popular UK models. The focus will be on sustainability, with features such as 'harvest-assist', which saves energy by shortening the ice harvest cycle.   [video src="Classeq Glasswasher Demonstraiton.flv"]

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Classeq warewashers at Barnsley College

17 August 2012 Posted by Admin

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Barnsley College is receiving glowing reports from OFSTED and has been awarded Beacon Status from the Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS). It's sited on its own campus in a brand new state-of-the-art building. The newly finished catering school, which teaches students practical as well as managerial skills, is a gleaming stainless steel paradise. HK Projects has been involved in the design and project management of the new catering kitchens since their inception three years ago. "We had to keep the budget down, without cutting back on the quality of training that would be delivered to the catering students," says Jason Fish of HK Projects. "For the kitchen we specified Classeq machines for their reliability, performance and affordability." There are three training kitchens at the college which are in use every day. To ensure sessions run smoothly and to maximise teaching time, staff prepare GN trays of ingredients for the students in advance. Once the students have finished the trays are cleared away. By using standard gastronorm containers they can be neatly stacked on trolleys and wheeled straight into the wash area. The Classeq utensil washers are just right for the training kitchen, the trays fit in easily and because they are waist-heigh, staff do not have to do unnecessary lifting or bending to get the trays from trolley to machine. Altogether Barnsley College has three Classeq machines: an Alto 100 dishwasher capable of washing up to 100 racks per hour; a Hydro 957 pass through dishwasher with a 1.5 or 3 minute wash cycle; and a Viso 55 front loading utensil washer that has intensive 2, 4 and 6 minute wash cycles. Typically there will be 18 to 24 students per class and three classes per day. Each student will have one or two trays, depending on what is being cooked, plus any pots and pans used for cooking. In order to keep the training area clean and tidy, the Classeq machines are in operation throughout the day. "The Classeq machines are standing up well to the throughput at the college," says Jason Fish. "This is another reason we chose Classeq - they are value-for-money, compact machines that are designed for heavy use."

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