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They're here....See the New Range of Digital Undercounter Warewashers

22 January 2017 Posted by Admin

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Classeq's new range of undercounters are here, featuring a new digital system, a new look and new branding. The collection includes 13 machines across two ranges, Standard and DUO.  All of the warewashers have easy-to-use button controls which provide effortless, consistently clean results wash after wash.   Visit our Warewashing Made Simple micro-site (click below link) to find out more about whats new with the latest glass and dishwashers. Meet the New Range here.......www.WarewashingMadeSimple.com   

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It Takes More Than Pot Luck To Keep The Pans Clean!

30 May 2013 Posted by Admin

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Classeq offers a range of utensil washers to clean all manner of pots and kitchen utensils.   Classeq is encouraging all larger hospitality establishments to consider the need for a bespoke utensil washer. Offering five models within the Viso range there is a unit to cope with pots, pans, commercial kitchen utensils as well as bakery trays and tote boxes.   Viso Utensil Washers have rack sizes from a standard 500mm width to 1320mm and the machines come with extra powerful, self-draining wash pumps, helping to ensure even the toughest ingredients and food products are removed.   As Nick Burridge, Director of Sales at Classeq explains, “All too often we see establishments making use of regular dishwashers to clean their pots and pans.  With the extra width and height from the Viso range there is more space available in the cabinet so less time is needed to fit pots and pans into the washer, and the extra powerful wash pumps provide the added assurance that the pots and pans are cleaned first time.”   Nick continues, “For those establishments making use of staff to clean pots and pans, these machines help to remove some of the employment costs from the operation, and ensure that there is consistency in the wash process too with control over the temperature and cleanliness as a result.  Although there is an initial investment in the unit it does help to take pressure off the other dishwashers too and means there is less left to chance to make sure the pots are properly cleaned.”   Machines come in different sizes and rack depths range from 600mm on the V50 model through to 700mm on the V132 and the useable wash chamber height ranges from 400mm on the V50 to 850mm on the V55H model.  All of the machines can accommodate up to 30 racks per hour, perfect for even the busiest of kitchens.   All Viso machines come with double skin insulation, cantilevered opening doors and a choice of wash cycles making then safe, simple and easy to use.  

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Keeping The Nation's Dishes Sparkling Clean

17 April 2013 Posted by Admin

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Classeq began life as a family firm back in 1977 and has gone from strength to strength, producing our core products, commercial warewashers here in the UK ever since.   As Nick Burridge, Director of Sales at Classeq explains, “We have always had a great workforce who we can rely on to produce the goods in the United Kingdom and one of the best things about manufacturing here in Staffordshire is that we are able to keep any eye on all aspects of the manufacturing process to ensure that we produce quality products and have a close cooperation with R&D.  We are truly proud to be a manufacturer in the UK today.”   Classeq manufacture a wide range of dishwashers and glasswashers for use across the hospitality sector with machines widely used in schools, restaurants, bars, clubs and cafes and so forth.     As Nick explains, “With such a wide range of products we are able to cater for the needs of establishments of all sizes and working through our distributor network are able to source the right machine for each and every venue.”   “Our machines perform well, look smart, use relatively low levels of energy to help keep costs down, are reliable and give great value for money all  supported by our distributors and after sales team too, ensuring excellent back-up and technical service.”   Classeq’s glasswashers and dishwashers are available in a variety of sizes, ideal for small, medium and large scale operations.  The Duo 400 is the smallest front-loading dishwasher and is perfect for the smaller outlet that still want to reap the benefits of having a commercial machine being small, affordable and running at only three minutes per cycle.   At the other end of the scale, the Alto 280 rack dishwasher is aimed at larger establishments which have greater quantities of crockery and dishes to clean, coping with 280 racks per hour whilst only using one litre of water per rack due to its unique operating system.   As Nick concludes, “Classeq provide the affordable warewashing solutions for business across the spectrum and because the machines are made in Britain, there is the knowledge that you are buying British and helping the UK economy too.  We are proud of our role in keeping the nation’s dishes sparkling clean!”  

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"Doing great things": Classeq Eau de Vie Water System Wins Prestigious Green Award

21 August 2012 Posted by Admin

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Green Apple 'underlines the eco-credentials' of alternative to conventional bottled waters. Classeq's Eau de Vie bottled water system won a Green Apple Award in a presentation ceremony at the House of Commons. The awards, now in their 18th year, are run by The Green Organisation and are designed to celebrate environmental best practice and sustainable development. The Awards cover a huge variety of activities - the 2011 winners included Volkswagen, Newham University Hospital Trust and Bolton Wanderers FC, covering everything from cars to training to programmes to protect honey bees. Classeq received its Green Apple in the Green Practices category. Eau de Vie is an on-site system that offers a sustainable alternative to conventional bottled waters. It filters and chills mains water, which is then served in upmarket, reusable bottles. It produces both still and sparkling water. As well as eliminating the handling, waste and food miles generated by conventional bottled water, Eau de Vie dramatically reduces a site's carbon footprint. Using water supplied in disposable glass bottles results in 500 times more landfill waste and over 13 times the carbon footprint of the Eau de Vie system, while one trip PET bottles result in 40 times more waste and over four times as many CO2 emissions (Biothinking International, 2009). It is already used in many forward-thinking catering establishments including hotels, restaurants and universities. A delighted Jim Jiwany, sales manager at Classeq Eau de Vie, commented: "This Green Apple underlines both the functionality and the eco credentials of our system. Eau de Vie makes it easier for caterers to go green with an on-site bottled water system. As well as offering the front of house dispensers and bottles, we have developed the back of house services to support it - such as special wash racks for the reusable bottles." Master of ceremonies Michael Cooke, former environmental health officer and now a politician and environmental advisor, said that the awards were designed to motivate, encourage and support all those working on green projects and initiatives. Meanwhile the Rt. Hon. Liz Kendall MP, who hosted the event, commented that everyone attending was a winner, adding: "Congratulations to you all - you are doing great things." Presenting the Awards was Chris Hopkins of Ploughcraft, the solar panel specialist whose green initiative recently made a big impression on the judges of TV show Dragon's Den. Eau de Vie from Classeq is designed to offer a 'complete package' on-site bottled water system for caterers. This includes pre- and after-sales support, from site-survey to commissioning, staff training and on-going maintenance. Systems are available to rent or buy.   [video src="Classeq Glasswasher Demonstraiton.flv"]

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