Why is the TroughVeyor a better choice than an uncontrolled fresh water trough?
PROBLEMS: Typical Dish Room
A fresh water trough may cost less to install, but uncontrolled water consumption will cost thousands of dollars per year in wasted water.
Food jams in a slow-moving fresh water trough have to be pushed toward the disposer by hand while work stops.
Scrapping problems abound in the narrow troughs dictated by low available water pressure.
Dish machine rejects are common in a fresh water trough since there is virtually no pre-rinsing.
- Recirculated water savings average $2000 per year compared to an uncontrolled fresh water trough.
- Water velocity of 70 recirculated gallons per minute propels food waste down the trough and into the disposer with no extra manual effort while dropped silverware is trapped in the salvage basin for easy removal.
- Wider troughs made possible by high water velocity let you soak problem dishes, or add gusher heads to pre-rinse compartmented trays.
- Design flexibility offered by high water velocity lets TroughVeyor troughs turn one or more corners.
TroughVeyor Features & Benefits
Furnished with: Incoming Water Valves and Check Valves
For easy connection and maintenance.
- Self Cleaning Separator Comb
Allows water to return to the reservoir for
- Salvage Basin with Bowl Guard
Traps tableware of all types and is hinged for
easy access to reservoir for cleaning.
- Built-in Control Panel with Line Voltage
Disconnect and Operating Light
Factory pre-wired. Only (2) field connections.
- Non-Clogging Pump
Thermally Protected Motor
Recirculates water for scrapping
and is protected
- Quick Opening Drain Valve
For easy and fast tank draining.
- Direct Drive Separator Motor
Sealed gearhead requires no maintenance.
- Disposer Safety Switch
Turns system off when safety cover is raised.
- Disposer Safety Cover
Hinged cover for safe and easy cleaning.