Integral Break Tank
What is a break tank?
On commercial dishwashers and glasswashers, a break tank – also known as type “A” air gap – is used to prevent dirty wastewater back feeding from the machine and contaminating the main water supply. In the UK, the Water Regulations Approval Scheme (WRAS) require commercial dishwashers to be fitted with a break tank to ensure safety standards.
Do I need a break tank?
To comply with UK regulations, all our commercial dishwashers are fitted with a break tank as standard. A break tank is not a requirement in a glasswasher, however they can be used to guarantee consistent water pressure in sites where water pressure is not suitable.
If you would like some advice on whether you require a break tank, please contact us today on 02089936199 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Customers judge your beer on its appearance and expect it to be visually pleasing with a clear amber body topped by a perfectly crafted head. The Glass-Dry provides even the busiest bars with the cool, dry glasses necessary to produce the perfect pint time after time.
Dry, cool glasses in minutes
Pint glasses can take up to 40 minutes to dry and cool in normal ambient air conditions. The increased air circulation provided by the Glass-Dry reduces the drying time to around 4 minutes, allowing for a far quicker turnaround of glasses.
Glass-Dry is ready to go as soon as it’s plugged in. Simply spend a few minutes experimenting with your ideal drying time – different glass shapes might require a few minutes more or less than the average 4 minutes – and you’re good to go.
Glass-Dry means you don’t have to resort to using cloths to dry urgently needed glasses, a practice which can easily cause cross-contamination. Also, being able to rely on a constant stream of glasses means you’ll never have to hold excessive stock gathering grease and dust.