Who’s opening a pub is for sure going to face the choice of the pub glasswashers. It’s a very delicate choice, because the washing of a glass may affect the correct tasting of a beer, but also of any other drink, such as a shot of whiskey. It’s already happened that a pub lost its customers because the glasses had a bad smell, sometimes of detergent, or still have water spots or, worse, halos (such as lipstick’s). For this reason the pub glasswasher must be high quality.
Beer glasses, the classic pints, but even glasses for water, soft drinks and juices, and cups are the kind of crockery with which pubs, bars and other similar places work every day. Therefore your daily challenge is to be able to remove spots, in order for customers to enjoy their beer foam only in perfectly cleaned glasses.
The choice of a pub glasswasher depends on several factors. First you have to consider the number of seats and how many glasses get dirty in every cycle. Remaining without glasses would be a really big problem. You then need to consider the available space: buying a too large pub glasswashers or industrial dishwashers compared with the needs of the place isn’t good, costs can be reduced only if the machine runs at full speed and capacity. Even energy class and programs are to be taken into great consideration: pub glasswashers of AAA, AAB and A classes cost a little bit more, but enable major savings during the years. An high quality pub glasswasher must have basically four programs: the complete washing, soaking only, half load and quick wash.
Finally, let's take a look at the aesthetic side. Design, especially in a public place, it’s important, so when you want to buy a pub glasswashers it’s better to get one which integrates with the counter, maybe with a panel in tune with the rest of the furniture.
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