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What's a "door type" dishwasher?


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A "door type" or "pass-through" dishwasher lets you slide a rack of dishes in one side to get washed and come out the other side. Door type dishwashers can be configured for either straight-through or corner operations.

Oct 3, 2013

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Mick Lawrence from CKitchen / E. Friedman Associates

Door type dishwasher can accomodate one or two dishracks(20 x 20") per load, depending on the size
most door type machines require a soiled dishtable with a pre-rinse sink and spray and a clean dishtable. The dish tables allow you to slide the dish rack into and out of the machine. The size of each dish table can vary and is dependent on the space available.

Mar 26, 2015

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Michael Newman from CKitchen / E. Friedman Associates

Door Type Dishwashers are also called Hood dishwashers.  They look like a rectangular box with a handle.  You push up on the handle to open the unit, the box slides up, you then push or pull a dishwasher rack filled with ware into the unit, and finally pull the handle down to begin the washing process.  

Usually these units are attached to a pre-rinse table one one side and a clean table on the other.

Mar 25, 2015

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rakesh maithani from Kitchenation Equipment Co.

Two important parameters to be considered for "door type" dishwasher are 1. Rinse temperature 2. Internal clearance

Jan 11, 2015

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