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This Hobart dish machine has many unique features including a water and energy-saving rinse system to help lower utility bills and ensure you stay ahead of water usage standards. This dishwasher is simple for operators to use and faster with features like a door-actuated start, self-draining stainless steel pump, and impeller. It also has a touch-pad control display that is simple for operators to access and use.
Drawn tank, tank shelf and feet constructed of 16 gauge stainless steel. Wash chamber and front trim panel above motor compartment are polished, satin finish. Frame is 12 gauge stainless steel, chamber is 18 gauge, and removable trim panels are 20 gauge.
Built for Hobart, 2 H.P., with inherent thermal protection, grease-packed ball bearings, splash-proof design, ventilated. Single-phase is capacitor-start, induction-run type. Three-phase is squirrel-cage, induction type
Microcomputer Control System
Hobart microcomputer controls, assembled within water-resistant enclosure, provide built-in performance and reliability. The microcomputer control, relays and contactors are housed behind a stainless steel enclosure, hinged to provide easy access for servicing. The line voltage electrical components are completely wired with 105°C, 600V thermoplastic insulated wire with stranded conductors and routed through listed electrical conduit. Electrical components are wired with type ST cord. Line disconnect switch NOT furnished.
The microcomputer-timing program is started by closing the doors, which actuates the door cycle switch. The microcomputer energizes the wash pump motor contactor during the wash portion of the program. After the wash, a dwell permits the upper wash manifold to drain. At the end of the dwell, the final rinse solenoid valve is energized. After the final rinse valve closes, Sani-Dwell (Hot Water Mode only) permits sanitization to continue. The Rinse display remains on during this period, completing the program. If the microcomputer is interrupted during a cycle by the door-cycle switch, the microcomputer is reset to the beginning of the program. Hot Water Sanitizing (58 racks per hour) – 57 seconds: 38 Second Wash, 2 Second Dwell, 10 Second Rinse, 7 Second Sani-Dwell. Chemical Sanitizing (65 racks per hour) – 50 Seconds: 38 Second Wash, 2 Second Dwell, 10 Second Rinse. Other programs can be pre-selected by your Hobart service technician. Manual wash cycle selector also provides selection of 2-, 4- or 6-minute wash cycles for heavier washing applications.
Hobart revolving stainless steel wash arms with unrestricted openings above and below provide thorough distribution of water jets to all dish-ware surfaces. Arms are easily removable for cleaning and are interchangeable. Stainless steel tubing manifold connects upper and lower spray system.
Rotating rinse arms, both upper and lower, feature 14 rinse nozzles. The stainless steel upper and lower rinse arms are easily removable without tools for inspection and are interchangeable. Diaphragm-type rinse control solenoid valve mounted outside machine. Machine is equipped with special hot water vacuum breaker on downstream side of rinse valve – mounted 6" above uppermost rinse opening. Easy open brass line strainer furnished.
Drain and Overflow
Large bell type automatic overflow and drain valve controlled from inside of machine. Drain automatically closed by lowering chamber. Drain seal is large diameter, high temperature “O” ring. Cover for overflow is integral part of the standpipe.