JEROS's hood-type dishwasher ensures a consistent and high level of hygiene
If we take a global view, we often see that many people still wash dishes by hand in the fast food industry. This way of cleaning is problematic - partly in terms of ensuring a consistent and high level of hygiene, partly in terms of using less water and chemicals as possible and thus working as sustainably as possible.
When we visit fast food restaurants that still wash dishes by hand - manually - we find that all dishes have to go through 3 washes and the hands of several employees:
The first wash rinses off the dirty items, while washes 2 and 3 contain sanitizing liquids in which the washed items are immersed before drying.
When we show how much time, resources, and money they eventually save when they invest in a JEROS hood-type dishwasher, we can't help but be as excited as they are.
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