A "Classeq" bit of kit Rodney
Classeq has chosen to manufacture its glasswashers and dishwashers in a purpose-built factory at Hixon, near Stafford. This means the company can be sure of the quality of production and after sales back up, as well as saving costs on transportation.
“Our machines are designed and built to be reliable, energy efficient and offer a best value-for-money option both at point of purchase and during operation,” explains Nick Burridge of Classeq. “Because our warewashers are British-built, sourcing spares and routine maintenance items is quick and easy so we can offer excellent after-sales service”.
Classeq’s popular Duo dishwashers and glasswashers include features such as WRAS approved break tank, rinse boost pump and integral chemical dosing pumps as standard – in most other warewashers these are optional extras. A fully insulated double-skinned cabinet ensures that the Duo range is both quiet and cool to the touch while at the same time lowering energy usage. The Duo 750 and Duo 3 also have the option of an integral water softener.
The Duo’s full coverage filter system keeps the wash water cleaner for longer, meaning fewer water changes, cleaner plates and lower fuel bills. To give a quick start-up time and further minimise energy requirements the machines’ wash tanks run on as little as 10 litres of water.
Classeq is part of the Winterhalter UK group, providing a total solution for warewashing through a nationwide network of distributors, offering everything from pre-sales advice to after-sales service.
What we think…...
We have been working with Classeq and all the folks at Hixon for a long time. We enjoy regular training sessions with them as well as the occasional beer. The range is robust, easy to use and the staff are even better. You would need to search long and hard to find a better system and company to rely upon.