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Designers: Davide Benvenuti, Electrolux Group Design, Professional Sector, Electrolux Professional SpA., Pordenone (PN), Italy
Manufacturer: Electrolux Professional SpA., Pordenone (PN), Italy
Electrolux Professional has launched the green&clean Rack Type dishwasher, helping a range of catering outlets to achieve high productivity, high performance and complete peace of mind. Thanks to a host of innovative features, the new solution can be relied upon by operators as the real backbone to their business.
With just one glass of water needed to clean an entire rack of dishes, the green&clean Rack Type delivers the lowest running costs on the market, with just one glass of water needed to clean an entire rack of dishes. Needing 63% less water, 34% less energy, and 62% less detergent and rinse aid than competitor models, the new dishwasher is capable of delivering savings of up to 3.240€/yr*.
Electrolux has worked hard to ensure that the green&clean Rack Type is easy to use, and even easier to maintain. The machine’s adaptive touchscreen interface boasts simple graphics to guide the user, while a host of technical refinements ensure best-in-class reliability. The automatic backup mode is key to this, ensuring operators can rely on the dishwasher to operate even when action from a service engineer is needed.
True to its name, the green&clean Rack Type is also Electrolux’s most environmentally-friendly dishwasher to date. As the only Rack Type dishwashers on the market with a CO2 heat pump, the green&clean is Naturally Ventless – providing delivering maximum comfort for kitchen staff while dramatically reducing emissions.
Riccardo Marzapani, Head of Dishwashing Category at Electrolux Professional, commented: “With the new CO2 heat pump, we have dramatically reduced CO2 emissions, thus succeeding in not only assuring a better and much more comfortable working environment, but also in being remarkably green, contributing to one of the Electrolux Group’s most ambitious sustainability targets: cut CO2 emissions by 50% by 2020.”