Solid Clean, Low Energy
Jackson Warewashing Systems is a leading manufacturer of high-quality commercial dishwashers driven by their “Clean the First Time” commitment. All of their dishmachines are made in the USA and deliver optimal cleaning performance while reducing labor, chemical use, and cleaning costs. With nearly a century of experience in developing innovative designs, it’s no wonder they’re thought to be one of the best commercial dishmachine producers in the industry.
Jackson produces many eco-friendly, ENERGY STAR® models, striving to lower operating cost by reducing the overall water consumption in each unit. The Jackson DynaTemp High Temperature Door-Type Dishwasher uses only 0.69 gallons of water per rack, and their RackStar rack conveyor dishwashers uses just 0.35 gallons per rack! Both models have the lowest water consumption in their product categories.
The Innovation of the Delta HT-E-SEER
Jackson WWS, Inc. recently revealed two new innovations with their trademark, Clean the First Time results and Energy Star certifications. The Jackson Delta® HT-E-SEER-S (underbar unit) and the Delta® HT-E-SEER-T (freestanding unit) feature new steam elimination and energy recovery technology. The revolutionary Energy Recovery System recycles the hot water vapor that builds up during the wash and rinse cycles to preheat the incoming rinse water. This enables these high temperature dishmachines to operate from a cold-water supply, saving energy, reducing steam and improving the operator’s experience.
The Delta HT-E-SEER-S fits neatly underneath bars, saving valuable space. The Delta HT-E-SEER-T is a freestanding model with a 14” clearance beneath the unit, allowing for additional storage of one-gallon size containers of detergent and rinse aid. Both feature a 12” clearance to accommodate taller stemware, glasses and mugs, with a Soft Start functionality that helps protect glassware from chipping and breaking. The built-in booster heater with Sani-Sure™ final rinse system ensures proper rinse temperatures. Both units wash up to 720 glasses per hour!
High Temperature vs. Low Temperature
Jackson WWS, Inc. manufactures both high temperature and low temperature dishmachine units. What does this mean? Is one better than the other?
Both have their benefits. This simply refers to the method in which these units sanitize their contents. High temperature machines use heat to sanitize dishes, glassware and flatware. Using a booster heater, the temperature rises to 180 degrees, effectively killing any remaining germs and leaving your dishes squeaky clean for your next guests. This temperature is high enough to tackle hard to clean grease and other residues, like lipstick. Because of the high heat, drying also takes place more quickly, preventing bacteria from growing due to excess moisture.
Low temperature units, on the other hand, use a sanitizing chemical agent during the final rinse to make sure contents are fully clean and ready for use. Instead of going up to 180 degrees, these units usually only rise between 120 – 140 degrees, which can save on energy water heating costs. However, operators will need to continually purchase chemicals, usually on a month by month basis. These machines traditionally have a lower upfront cost; however, the cleaning power is not always as effective. Grease and lipstick, for example, do not remove as easily because the temperature does not rise high enough. In addition, dishes may not dry as effectively as high temp units, especially if the humidity in the dish room is too high, which can lead to food safety concerns such as potential bacteria growth.
Shop Jackson Dishmachines at Central
We offer both high temperature and low temperature commercial dishmachine units at Central, and we’re proud to sell Jackson’s industry-changing assortment of undercounter, freestanding and conveyor units, as well as parts and accessories. See what nearly a century of experience can do for you. Get that high quality clean while saving on labor and energy today! Browse all Jackson Warewashing products here.