Industrial Dishwasher for Restaurants and Hotels

In addition to household appliances, there are also industrial dishwashers specifically designed for restaurants and hotels - places with a large number of users and a higher volume of dishes to be washed compared to households.


With modern intelligent design, dishwashers use powerful water jets, along with chemicals and hot water up to 85 degrees Celsius, to completely clean and sanitize the dishes after washing.

Benefits of Using Industrial Dishwashers

Space and Time Saving

The speed of the hood type dishwasher is 60 racks/hour, which means only 1 minute per rack, and one rack can hold about 30 dishes. So, on average, in one hour, the dishwasher can wash about 1000-1200 dishes. Therefore, you can calculate the amount of time you need to wash dishes based on the number of guests and the number of items to be washed.

Labor and Chemical Saving

If you wash dishes by hand, it will consume a lot of labor, not to mention the high risk of breaking dishes. Another advantage of the dishwasher is water and chemical saving compared to hand washing. A good dishwasher only uses about 2 liters of water per dish rack, which is extremely economical in the long run.

Guaranteed Food Safety

Hand washing dishes can easily compromise food safety if there are a large number of dishes to be washed and the washing is not done thoroughly. Harmful cleaning chemicals can still remain on the dishes after washing. Dishes that are not dried in a timely manner can be a breeding ground for bacteria. Therefore, using a dishwasher is a modern, scientific, and convenient method that ensures food safety and sanitizes dishes up to 85 degrees Celsius, allowing the dishes to dry immediately after washing and can be used right away.

Industrial dishwashers are suitable for all types of restaurants and hotels: the larger the restaurant or hotel, the more suitable it is to choose a dishwasher that matches the number of guests to be served.

How Industrial Dishwashers Work

After starting, the dishwasher automatically drains water onto the dishes for preliminary cleaning. Then it heats up the water to the appropriate temperature. At the right time, the dishwasher will automatically open the detergent dispenser.

The dishwasher sprays water through a high-pressure jet system to remove food residues on the dishes. Then it drains the dirty water for the first time.

The dishwasher sprays hot water with high pressure to rinse the dishes during the main washing process, and then drains the dirty water for the second time.

The dishwasher creates hot air to dry the dishes in the final cycle, ensuring clean and dry dishes and eliminating bacteria.

In addition, to ensure the efficient and long-lasting operation of industrial dishwashers, it is necessary to use the correct specialized chemicals for the machine.

Some Notes When Using Industrial Dishwashers

Before Washing Dishes

Remove all excess food residue from the dishes before placing them in the dishwasher, as excess food can cause clogs in the water pipes, affecting the dishwashing process and soiling the equipment.

Arrange the dishes in the correct position to ensure that they are not mixed up during the washing process, avoiding situations where the rotating branch of water is blocked and the dishes are not completely clean.

Select the appropriate washing mode for different types of dishes and the amount of dishes to be washed.

Do not place plastic dishes or utensils in the lower compartment, as the high temperature in the lower compartment can cause them to melt during the drying process.

During the Dishwashing Process

Use specialized dishwashing water and additives to ensure that the dishes are thoroughly cleaned and to protect the internal parts of the machine from oxidation, reducing the durability of the equipment and affecting its quality and efficiency.

While the machine is running, especially with dishwashers that have a drying function, do not open the dishwasher door, as opening the door will automatically interrupt all operating modes.

After the Dishwashing Process

Turn off the power connected to the machine to ensure safety for users and close the water supply valve to save water and prevent water leakage that can wet the machine and cause corrosion.

When the dishwasher completes the dishwashing process, turn off the machine and wait for about 10 minutes for the temperature inside the machine to decrease and the dishes to dry before removing them.

If you want to keep the dishes in the machine, open the machine door slightly for about 20 minutes to allow any remaining steam inside the machine to escape, preventing water vapor from condensing on the dishes.