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A Lorry Load Of Warewashing Action

22 February 2011

Winterhalter roadshow visits ten UK locations in March. Warewashers use lots of energy, water and chemicals. Often operators aren’t aware of how they can minimise consumption and cut running costs. Winterhalter, the market leader in warewashing technology, is taking to the road during March 2011 to show just what savings can be made with a combination of good working practices and energy-saving machines.

Warewashers use lots of energy, water and chemicals. Often operators aren’t aware of how they can minimise consumption and cut running costs. Winterhalter, the market leader in warewashing technology, is taking to the road during March 2011 to show just what savings can be made with a combination of good working practices and energy-saving machines.
Winterhalter is putting new meaning into the expression getting something from the back of a lorry. The company has kitted out the back of an articulated vehicle as an up-to-the-minute lecture-room-come-showroom with comfortable chairs and tables and the latest computer display technology, visual graphics and charts. There will be opportunities to download data onto memory sticks and, for the more old school visitors, to pick up printed brochures and fact sheets.
“We want to explain to visitors exactly what savings they can make using better procedures and better technology,” explains Paul Crowley of Winterhalter. “It’s not just about the machines, it’s about how to use them and care for them, to raise standards in kitchen hygiene and washing power – and save resources.”
Alongside all the visual presentations, Winterhalter is showing the latest UC undercounter machine and GS 500 pass through warewasher, so visitors to the roadshow can see how the energy-saving technologies work. The UC series sets new standards in four key areas - ease of operation, quality washing results, ease of maintenance, and low running costs.
Calling at ten locations across the UK, the roadshow is an excellent opportunity for visitors to discuss their individual requirements and get advice from experts as to which Winterhalter machine will be best suited to their establishment. To find your nearest location and reserve a (free) ticket, call 01908 359000.
Winterhalter provides a total solution for warewashing, from pre-sales advice to after-sales service, training and maintenance. Alongside its market-leading dish and glasswashers, the company’s range includes utensil washers, advanced water treatment machines, cleaning chemicals and detergents. For further details, call Winterhalter on 01908 359000, see www.winterhalter.co.uk, or http://www.winterhalter-scout.biz  or email info@winterhalter.co.uk.


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