Gastronomy

Time-tested and successfully used under the most demanding of circumstances: in restaurants, beer cellars, at folk festivals, in beer tents, cafeterias and canteen kitchens. Sole prerequisite for operation is a standard power supply as well as a water supply and sewer connection.

Technical processes

  • Special plastic round belts on the conveyors
  • Powerful inside and outside cleaning
  • Draining section for leftover beverages
  • Stainless-steel design

Optional component assemblies

  • Batching device
  • Outflow plate
  • Conveyor system
  • Blasting device

Positive characteristics

  • Low purchase price
  • Low-cost operation
  • Cleans up to 500 glasses per hour

This cleaning method is recommended for

  • Glass sizes between 2 ounces and 1 pint

Scope of application

These cleaning systems have been used successfully for years by restaurants, beer cellars, cafeterias and the world’s largest fairs and folk festivals for cleaning glasses and mugs. Glass cleaning systems are used predominantly by the hotel and restaurant industry to facilitate bar operations and for considerably improving hygienic conditions. By now, these systems have been tried and tested and used successfully under the most demanding of circumstances. Cleaning systems can also be placed right above the sink or installed upright on wheels. The systems have been designed for cleaning a wide range of containers, from 0.7-ounce glasses all the way to 1-pint mugs. Output rates vary according to system and are between 800 and 2,500 units per hour.

Functional description

Loading

The glasses or mugs are placed upside down on the conveyor belt or in baskets and cleaned in a continuous flow motion at controllable washing temperatures with the aid of cleaning agents. To prevent contamination of the lye container, the drained liquids in the loading zone are fed directly into the sewage system. While in the cleaning tunnel, the glasses are rinsed with lye and clear water and are ready for pick-up at the exit in perfectly hygienic condition.

Cleaning

For cleaning we recommend using our proprietary ZIWAMAT cleaning agent.

Plant description

Cleaning machines are comprised of a lye container with top-mounted trough and include a transport conveyor belt and built-on tunnel. The trough is separated into a loading zone with residual material drainage, a cleaning zone with a container, a rinsing zone with clear water supply by the water supply mains, and an outfeed zone. Glasses of different sizes are transported through the machine on a belt conveyor. The machine is made completely from stainless steel. Machine operation requires only a standard power supply (16A or 32A plug) and a water supply and drain.

Machine spezification – circa values
  MINI300 GLR-1-N GLR-3-N ZII/II
Length x Width x Height
(incl. outlet plate)
1.520 x 450 x 350 mm 1.660 x 505 x 1.200 mm 2.300 x 670 x 1.230 mm 3.000 x 905 x 1.220 mm
Height ex top 350 mm      
Bar height total 650 mm      
Usuable measure Width x Height 270 x 290 mm 320 x 280 mm 470 mm x 290 mm 690 mm x 290 mm
Weight empty 100 kg 120 kg 140 kg 140 kg
Cleaning time 30 sec 30 sec 30 sec 30 sec
Capacity 500 pcs/h 800 pcs/h 1.500 pcs/h 2.500 pcs/h
Cap. tank 50 l 40 l 50 l 100 l
Rate 3,5 m/min 3,5 m/min 3,5 m/min 2,5 m/min
Temperature adjustable adjustable adjustable adjustable
Material Stainless steel Stainless steel Stainless steel Stainless steel
Connections
  MINI300 GLR-1-N GLR-3-N ZII/II
Water intake 4 – 6 bar, ½ " 4 – 6 bar, ½ " 3 – 6 bar, ½ " 4 – 6 bar, 1 "
Electrical 400 V – 50 Hz, CEE-Stecker, 16 A 400 V – 50 Hz, CEE-Stecker, 16 A 400 V – 50 Hz, CEE-Stecker, 16 A 400 V – 50 Hz, CEE-Stecker, 32 A
Power 6 kW, 11 A 8 kW, 13 A 8 kW, 13 A 13 kW, 22 A
Optional components
MINI300 GLR-1-N GLR-3-N ZII/II
Variable speed motor Variable speed motor Variable speed motor Variable speed motor