The Maidaid Evolution ‘Evo401’ and ‘Evo405WS’ machines use 1.7 litres of water per cycle. Additionally, on a special cycle designed to reduce water consumption, Maidaid’s Evolution 401 and 405WS machines use just 1.4 litres.
The Evolution 401 and 405WS are fully-automatic undercounter machines, with features including surface scrap trays; both detergent and rinse aid dosed by reliable peristaltic pumps; and a specifically designed wash tank to reduce water consumption.
The machines are also double-skinned to ensure minimum heat loss and maximise noise reduction.
The Evolution 401 series is priced at £2950 and the Evolution 405WS is £3290.
The full Maidaid Evolution warewashing machine series is available to all UK hospitality businesses now. For more information, click here.
Why you should buy it:
Julian Lambert, sales director of Maidaid Halcyon, said: “The development of a highly sophisticated LCD user interface means that these machines are capable of not only providing enhanced feedback for installation engineers, but they are also impressively self-diagnostics. This is a great benefit to service engineers as it ensures they are suitably prepared for the job, which can save time and money for the user.”
“These two machines are not simply a great delight for the user in terms of economical savings; they are holistic models designed specifically to meet market demands, complete with a fitted WRAS approved breaktank, a drain pump and even an internal continuous water softener on the 405WS model.”
Fellow warewashing specialist Hobart recently launched a new GC compact glasswasher series,which uses 1.9 litres of water per cycle.