Hobart’s Ventless warewasher is the first ventless door-type warewasher featuring Energy Recovery.
$5,068 THE FIRST YEAR; $1,568 EVERY YEAR AFTER THAT.
Up until now, high-temp, door-type warewashers required a vent for the steam or water vapor emitted when the door is opened. Now Hobart’s new patent-pending Advansys 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 that.
Hobart’s Ventless warewasher is the first ventless door-type warewasher featuring Energy Recovery. The recovery cycle captures water vapor and condenses it to heat the incoming cold-water inlet for the final rinse cycle. It can save you up to $1,568 a year in energy costs. Eliminating approximately $3,500 of installation costs and the ventilation system brings your first-year saving to a grand total of $5,068.
Like most other Hobart warewashers, it’s ENERGY STAR rated, making it an ideal choice for a sustainable foodservice operation. It offers all the water and energy saving that Hobart warewashers models provide—and then some. Its features make it easy to use and easy to clean. It’s all Hobart, built for years and years of tough foodservice kitchen use—and even abuse.
VAPOUR CONDENSED AND INLET WATER REHEATED.
The secret to the Ventless Door-Type is its unique Energy Recovery condensing cycle. A fan circulates the air from the chamber—filled with water vapor—across the fins of heat exchanger coils filled with cold water at 50ºF to 80ºF. The difference in temperatures causes the water vapor to condense and preheats the inlet water used for final rinsing. The preheated water temperature reaches up to 140ºF, reducing the amount of energy needed to meet the required 180ºF rinse-water temperature. The energy recovery system allows the use of a cold-water supply, using the hot-water line only once for the initial fill. After the 30-second condensing cycle is complete, an indicator light signals the machine is ready for unloading, and then the process repeats.
The Advansys Ventless warewasher is really like having two machines in one. One for pots and pans, and one for all your dishware. Whether it’s a delicate wine glass or a grimy pot, the Ventless is NSF Certified to clean them all. Its four washing cycles—1, 2, 4 and 6 minutes, plus condensing time—let you select the one that best fits your rack load. Depending on incoming water temperatures, the Ventless is capable of washing 40 racks per hour when using the 1-minute cycle.
The flexible Advansys Ventless adds to its accommodating nature by offering you a choice of three models—Standard, Front-Loading and Tall—enabling you to fit them into virtually any kitchen configuration.