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The Fresh Water Cycle - Making the Last Wash As Good As the First!
Posted on 11. May, 2011

Did you know that the Clenaware Sovereign Glasswasher is the only Glasswasher you can find that uses a ‘Fresh Water Cycle’ every time? So why use a ‘Fresh Water Cycle’ and how does it work?

The Clenaware Sovereign Glasswasher is the only Glasswasher to use a ‘Fresh Water Cycle’ wash. This ‘Fresh Water Cycle’ is used every time you run a wash, whether this is a standard wash cycle or a Renovate wash cycle.


The benefits of using fresh water with every wash include:

  • Consistency in wash results
  • Quick turnaround between wash cycles
  • Consistency with Chemical dosage
  • Noticeably sparkling clean glasses
  • Your 100th wash is as good as the 1st
  • Excellent drinks presentation – Head retention on beers, carbonated soft drinks stay fizzy!  

How does the ‘Fresh Water Cycle’ work?

The Clenaware Sovereign Glasswasher has 2 separate water tanks; one wash tank and one rinse tank. At the start of the first cycle both of the tanks fill with 3 litres of fresh water. At the end of the wash cycle, the dirty wash water is completely drained away. After the rinse cycle, the rinse water is then retained back into the wash tank; the rinse tank is then refilled with fresh water ready for the next wash. This happens over and over again with every cycle, so no matter how many times you have used the glasswasher throughout the day, the last wash really is as good as the first. This ensures consistent, excellent cleaning results for your glassware. A ‘Fresh Water’ standard wash in a Clenaware Sovereign Glasswasher takes only 2 minutes, so not only are you getting better cleaning results from the ‘Fresh Water Cycle’, you’re also getting those results in no time at all.


How do other glasswashers compare to a Clenaware Sovereign Glasswasher?

Other glasswashers available on the market don’t actually drain the water away at the end of a wash cycle. Instead the wash water from the first wash is reused over and over again, until the glasswasher operative drains the dirty wash water away. For traditional glasswashers, draining all of the water away means it needs refilling and then half an hour to reheat. In the meantime, the machine cannot be used for washing glasses, not a good thing if you’re running a busy bar!


As emptying a traditional machine can take too long, what usually happens is that the water from the first wash is used over and over again; this means that by the end of the day, the glassware is actually being washed in dirty water!


Click here to find out more about the 'Renovate Cycle'

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