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Comparing Power Soak Continuous Motion Warewashing to Three Compartment Sinks

Posted by Malcolm Cerri on Dec 29, 2018 3:05:16 PM

Comparing Power Soak Continuous Motion Warewashing to Three Compartment Sinks

Anyone who has ever worked in foodservice has inevitably stood over a three-compartment sink at one point or another. Just because we've always used them, though, doesn't mean they're the best option for our California or Nevada commercial kitchens.

An alternative to three-compartment sinks is the Power Soak continuous motion warewashing system, and the real benefit to this unit is eliminating the time-consuming manual scrubbing that can monopolize valuable time and labor.

Here's how it works:

 

The secret behind Power Soak's Continuous Motion System is a patented parallel wash flow that uses the natural capabilities of rotating water, heat, and detergent. These three factors all work together to create maximum cleaning power inside the wash basin, removing even the toughest of foods.

For those on the line, this means less strenuous back bending work. For operators, it means greater efficiency and better utilization of staff.

The Features and Benefits of Power Soak's Continuous Motion System 

 

The Features and Benefits of Power Soak's Continuous Motion System

Over the years, Power Soak has set the standards for cleanliness, consistency, sanitation, ergonomics, and the ever important cost savings. At the same time, the Continuous Motion System allows staff to focus less on manual labor and more on guest satisfaction.

The results speak for themselves. If you add up all other competing options and combine the number of installs, Power Soak has more than 20 times that number of installs, giving them the ability to find a system that will meet any customer's needs, whether it's standard or custom.

Power Soak will stock standard sizes for immediate shipment beginning in March 2019. Learn more by scheduling an assessment with a member of the Pro Reps West foodservice equipment team.

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Topics: warewashing, Power Soak