Advansys AM Ventless Door-Type Dishwasher
The first ventless door-type dishwasher with Energy Recovery.
Until now, high-temp, door-type commercial dishwashers required a vent for the steam or water vapor emitted when the door opens. Now Hobart’s Advansys AM Ventless Door-Type model takes away the need for a vent hood, saving you money. Lots of money—as much as $5,068 the first year alone and $1,568 every year after.
How it works: Hobart's Advansys dishwasher is the first ventless door-type dishwasher featuring Energy Recovery. The recovery cycle captures water vapor and condenses it to heat the incoming cold-water inlet for the final rinse cycle.
THE ONLY THING LEFT OUT IS THE VENT
It offers all the water and energy saving that Hobart dishwashers models provide—and then some.
Like most other Hobart dishwashers, it’s ENERGY STAR® certified using only .74 gallons of water per rack, making it an ideal choice for a sustainable foodservice operation. Additionally with its Energy Recovery technology, the machine runs off the cold-water line, saving roughly $1,500 in energy expenses, eliminating the need for a vent hood.
CLEANS POTS PANS AND DISHWASHER ALL DAY
The Advansys AM Ventless Door Type Dishwasher is like having two machines in one.
Whether it’s a delicate wine glass or a grimy pot, the Ventless dishmachine is NSF Certified to clean them all. Its four washing cycles let you select the one that best fits your rack load. Depending on incoming water temperatures, it’s capable of washing 40 racks per hour.
ENERGY RECOVERY CYCLE
Vapor condensed and inlet water reheated in just 30 seconds. After the condensing cycle is complete, an indicator light signals the machine is ready for unloading, and then the process repeats.
Uptime is essential to lowering costs, and the AM15’s delime cycle–with an optional notifcation capability–makes it easy to delime, keeping the machine running efficiently and extending the life of critical components.
With 1,2,4 and 6 minute washing cycles plus condensing time, you can pick which cycle is best for your rack load.