Why is the Scrap Collector a better choice than a pre-rinse and cone setup?
PROBLEMS: Typical Dish Room
A person using a pre-rinse spray can only scrap, rack, pre-rinse and load dishes at the rate of 800 dishes per hour. If a conveyor dish machine is used, the operator will not keep up.
Some communities do not allow the use of food waste disposers.
SOLUTION: Scrap Collector
- Recirculated water used for pre-flushing typically reduces water and sewer costs dramatically. The Scrap Collector consumes only 2 gallons of water per minute while the pre-flushing water plume recirculates at 30 gallons per minute.
- Scrapping speed is more than doubled compared to a pre-rinse spray since both hands are left free for scrapping and the powerful plume of water runs continually over dishes.
- Problem dishes with dried or baked-on food can be soaked in the collector basin while work continues on other items.
- Sanitary alternative to dirty, smelly and heavy garbage cans.
- An economical pulper alternative, the Collector reduces food waste bulk and weight while costing less than expensive and complicated mechanical pulpers.
- Low maintenance is a benefit of simple design with a pump being the only moving part.
- Every community in the U.S. accepts the Salvajor Collector line for food waste disposal.
Scrap Collectors Features & Benefits
- Salvage Basin
Traps tableware of all types.
- Scrap Basket
Lightweight and retains all fibrous waste.
- Gusher Tube
Directs water plume for scrapping and
- Non-Clogging Pump
Thermally Protected Motor
Recirculates at the rate of 30 gallons per minute.
- Overflow Pipe
Skims surface waste water and helps maintain water
clarity within the system
- Furnished with:
Incoming Water Valves and Check Valves
For easy connection and maintenance. Consumes only
2 gallons of new water per minute.
- Furnished with:
Factory Pre-wired NEMA 4X Control Panel with Line
Voltage Disconnect and Operating Light