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MT warewash systems set new benchmarks in performance, adaptability and sustainability

Stand H2-54, LACA Main Event, 3-4 July 2024, Hilton Metropole Birmingham


Winterhalter will showcase its new MT high volume conveyor dishwasher systems at the LACA Main Event.  They set new benchmarks in terms of performance, sustainability and adaptability.  Their high performance washing system produces first class results while minimising running costs, by lowering water use and thus reducing the energy needed to heat it.  MT systems have a huge washing capacity – the largest MTF (flight type conveyor) can handle 8,000 plates per hour, while the equivalent MTR (rack conveyor) has a capacity of 355 racks per hour. 

The new MT is based around a versatile modular system that allows machines to be configured to very precise specifications – so that it can be constructed to exactly match the application, and designed to match the shape and size of the room it is intended for.  The basic structure of the machine consists of the pre-wash, main wash and rinse zones, plus an inlet zone, positioned upstream, and loading and unloading zones.  Additional zones, such as extra wash zones, allow the machine to be tailored exactly to individual requirements.  The adaptability doesn’t stop there – the MT can be modified if business requirements change.  For example, extra wash zones can be retrofitted to increase capacity. 

Sustainability is at the heart of the new MT, with a variety of features and options to minimise both environmental impact and running costs.  Typical are the heat pumps and exchangers that not only recycle the energy from waste water and water vapour, but also minimise the heat and steam emitted by the machine, enhancing the work environment and reducing the workload on the ventilation system.