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Thu, 05 May 2011
Classeq advises how to keep polycarbonate ‘glasses’ shining all summer long During the summer months when more drinkers stay outside operators tend to switch to polycarbonate glasses for safety. Polycarbonate ‘glasses’ can be produced cheaply in a variety of designs by injection moulding. Their main advantage is that of being unbreakable while feeling more like [...] more..
Wed, 08 Dec 2010
New Hydro dishwasher washes plates and pans in Pizza Restaurant at Butlins, Minehead   The pizzeria at Butlins in Minehead is their fifth busiest restaurant in the country. Open from noon to 11pm, it serves both in-house diners and takeaway customers. Its daily turnover of between £3,000 – £10,000 generates huge quantities of pizza pans [...] more..
Wed, 10 Aug 2011
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Fri, 17 Jun 2011
Nearly every pub and club will have an undercounter glasswasher behind the bar.  And although glasswashers aren’t sexy, like (say) bottle coolers and drinks units, they need to be factored in to the bar design right from the start.  British glasswasher manufacturer Classeq offers this advice to help operators get the bar set up for [...] more..
Fri, 20 May 2011
Classeq Helps British Caterers Cut the Cost of Cleaning Crocks Spending too much on water, energy and detergents?  Seven top cost-saving tips from Classeq These days every caterer and publican is trying to maximise profits and cut costs.  One category of equipment that has high running costs is warewashing – glasswashers and dishwashers use loads [...] more..
Thu, 05 May 2011
Classeq advises how to keep polycarbonate ‘glasses’ shining all summer long During the summer months when more drinkers stay outside operators tend to switch to polycarbonate glasses for safety. Polycarbonate ‘glasses’ can be produced cheaply in a variety of designs by injection moulding. Their main advantage is that of being unbreakable while feeling more like [...] more..
Wed, 16 Mar 2011
 Classeq’s new Hydro H957 is designed for continuous washing power Classeq has re-engineered its popular Hydro H957 pass-through dishwasher. By using a bigger heating element the new H957 can achieve 1.5 minute wash cycles throughout the wash period, with no need for recovery time between cycles. This makes the H957 especially suitable for really busy [...] more..
Thu, 24 Feb 2011
Classeq’s Duo 500 makes a great first step into the world of commercial dishwashers   Many smaller premises such as B & Bs, farmhouse tearooms and small start-up cafes are tempted to struggle on with a domestic dishwasher as they build up their business. However this can be a false economy as domestic dishwashers are [...] more..
Wed, 08 Dec 2010
New Hydro dishwasher washes plates and pans in Pizza Restaurant at Butlins, Minehead   The pizzeria at Butlins in Minehead is their fifth busiest restaurant in the country. Open from noon to 11pm, it serves both in-house diners and takeaway customers. Its daily turnover of between £3,000 – £10,000 generates huge quantities of pizza pans [...] more..
Wed, 03 Nov 2010
Classeq’s Eco range is the ideal solution for the increased demands of glasswashing over Christmas. With everyone beginning to get in the Christmas mood, pub, clubs and restaurants can once again expect the annual surge of customers. The last thing busy staff need is a broken-down glasswasher and an ever growing pile of dirty glasses. [...] more..
Wed, 29 Sep 2010
Classeq’s Hydro 857 pass-through dishwasher now with integral water softener Classeq’s Hydro 857 pass-though dishwasher is now available with an integral water softener to offer savings in both space and overall capital outlay. Also installation is significantly simplified as no additional external piping is needed to and from the machine. Designed for simplicity of use, [...] more..
Mon, 06 Sep 2010
These days caterers need to look at every way to save money. Warewashers are heavy users of power, water and detergents. Classeq, the leading British manufacturer of glass and dishwashing systems, has put together a list of six top money-saving tips for warewasher operators. Check the dosage: Make sure the machine isn’t using too much [...] more..
Fri, 16 Jul 2010
WareWashers send Classeq Eco 2 to Victory Bar in the Falkland Islands A Classeq Eco 2 has just made an epic trip across the world to keep customers at the Victory Bar in the Falkland Islands well supplied with clean glasses for their pints. “We sell a lot of Classeq machines,” says Simon Critchett of [...] more..
Fri, 11 Jun 2010
Classeq’s new Duo warewashers have space-saving integral water softeners Classeq’s new British-built warewashers with optional integral water softeners are designed as cost effective solutions for restaurants, pubs and cafes. The new Duo 3 and Duo 750 machines save space in the kitchen, cut costs and simplify installation. That’s because no additional external piping or boxes [...] more..
Sat, 15 May 2010
Classeq glasswashers fly the British flag during World Cup fever … and beyond When the World Cup kicks off in June Britain will become a hub of patriotic fervour, especially if England do well in their initial group matches. But whatever happens pubs and clubs are bound to experience an upsurge in customers, as fans [...] more..
Tue, 13 Apr 2010
Classeq warewashers at Derby College’s Roundhouse Campus Chefs learning their craft are bound to generate plenty of dirty dishes. Three Classeq warewashers installed on the Roundhouse campus at Derby College are ensuring sparkling service at all times. The purpose-built £2.5m catering training operation has the capacity for 170 full and part time catering and hospitality [...] more..
Fri, 26 Feb 2010
Classeq shows how it is done on stand N1915 at Hotelympia 2010 At Hotelympia, Classeq will unveil its new integral water softener machines. As with all Classeq machines, these will be backed up by a nationwide team of dedicated service technicians carrying ample spare parts to effect a first time fix. Classeq has invested heavily [...] more..
Mon, 18 Jan 2010
Classeq’s Eco glasswashers – low-cost, high-quality glasswashing Energy costs are soaring up relentlessly and beleaguered bar-owners are seeing their profit margins shrinking, so appliances that promise low energy consumption are in big demand. Classeq’s Eco glasswashers are not only economical to purchase but offer bar-owners savings in running costs, and scrupulously clean glasses into the [...] more..
Tue, 05 Jan 2010
Classeq’s Hydro 857 pass-through dishwasher – a home-grown machine Classeq’s Hydro 857 pass-though dishwasher has impressive performance stats – the 500mm rack holds 18 full-size plates at a time and with a cycle time of 1.5 or 3 minutes that means it can wash a maximum of 40 racks or 720 plates per hour. All [...] more..
Wed, 09 Dec 2009
Hotelympia 2010 product news Classeq shows range of British-built dishwashers and glasswashers at Hotelympia 2010 – new integral water softeners save space London ExCeL, Feb 28 – March 4 2010 British-built goods are an ethical and cost-effective option in today’s society where carbon footprint, product miles and sustainability are the watchwords. On Stand N1915 Classeq [...] more..
Mon, 02 Nov 2009
Polycarbonates: Keeping Up Appearances More pubs and bars are moving over to polycarbonates, but there are worries about how long they'll last – especially because of the clouding and scratching that sometimes comes from cleaning them in commercial glasswashers. British manufacturer Classeq, one of the UK's leaders in the mid-budget glasswasher market, says that polycarbonates [...] more..
Thu, 24 Sep 2009
Christmas puts a strain on all equipment used for drink and foodservice – but nowhere is the pressure higher than on dish and glasswashers. And the last thing any restaurant or bar wants is for a warewasher to break down in the middle of a festive party. British manufacturer Classeq has put together a handy [...] more..
Fri, 21 Aug 2009
The Curve fits out bars with Duo glasswashers for all-round benefits  The Curve in Leicester is like no other theatre. When it opened late in 2008 it was likened to ‘a cathedral teleported from the future', ‘an ocean liner as dreamed by Salvador Dali', and ‘a glass and steel whale, beached in the English Midlands.' [...] more..
Fri, 11 Jun 2010
Classeq’s new Duo warewashers have space-saving integral water softeners Classeq’s new British-built warewashers with optional integral water softeners are designed as cost effective solutions for restaurants, pubs and cafes. The new Duo 3 and Duo 750 machines save space in the kitchen, cut costs and simplify installation. That’s because no additional external piping or boxes are [...] more..
Sat, 15 May 2010
Classeq glasswashers fly the British flag during World Cup fever … and beyond When the World Cup kicks off in June Britain will become a hub of patriotic fervour, especially if England do well in their initial group matches. But whatever happens pubs and clubs are bound to experience an upsurge in customers, as fans [...] more..
Tue, 13 Apr 2010
Classeq warewashers at Derby College’s Roundhouse Campus Chefs learning their craft are bound to generate plenty of dirty dishes. Three Classeq warewashers installed on the Roundhouse campus at Derby College are ensuring sparkling service at all times. The purpose-built £2.5m catering training operation has the capacity for 170 full and part time catering and hospitality [...] more..
Wed, 09 Dec 2009
Hotelympia 2010 product news Classeq shows range of British-built dishwashers and glasswashers at Hotelympia 2010 – new integral water softeners save space London ExCeL, Feb 28 – March 4 2010 British-built goods are an ethical and cost-effective option in today’s society where carbon footprint, product miles [...] more..
Fri, 26 Feb 2010
Classeq shows how it is done on stand N1915 at Hotelympia 2010 At Hotelympia, Classeq will unveil its new integral water softener machines. As with all Classeq machines, these will be backed up by a nationwide team of dedicated service technicians carrying ample spare parts to effect a first time fix. Classeq has invested heavily [...] more..
Tue, 05 Jan 2010
Classeq’s Hydro 857 pass-through dishwasher – a home-grown machine Classeq’s Hydro 857 pass-though dishwasher has impressive performance stats – the 500mm rack holds 18 full-size plates at a time and with a cycle time of 1.5 or 3 minutes that means it can wash a maximum of 40 racks or 720 plates per hour. All Classeq [...] more..
Fri, 26 Feb 2010
Classeq shows how it is done on stand N1915 at Hotelympia 2010 At Hotelympia, Classeq will unveil its new integral water softener machines. As with all Classeq machines, these will be backed up by a nationwide team of dedicated service technicians carrying ample spare parts to effect a first time fix. Classeq has invested heavily [...] more..
Thu, 24 Sep 2009
Christmas puts a strain on all equipment used for drink and foodservice – but nowhere is the pressure higher than on dish and glasswashers. And the last thing any restaurant or bar wants is for a warewasher to break down in the middle of a festive party. British manufacturer Classeq has put together a [...] more..
Mon, 18 Jan 2010
Classeq’s Eco glasswashers – low-cost, high-quality glasswashing Energy costs are soaring up relentlessly and beleaguered bar-owners are seeing their profit margins shrinking, so appliances that promise low energy consumption are in big demand. Classeq’s Eco glasswashers are not only economical to purchase but offer bar-owners savings in running costs, and scrupulously clean glasses into the [...] more..
Thu, 24 Sep 2009
Christmas puts a strain on all equipment used for drink and foodservice – but nowhere is the pressure higher than on dish and glasswashers. And the last thing any restaurant or bar wants is for a warewasher to break down in the middle of a festive party. British manufacturer Classeq has put together a [...] more..
Thu, 21 May 2009
Classeq has upgraded the chemical pumps on the Eco, Duo and Hydro range of glass and dishwashers so they are even easier to use and service. Accurate dosage of chemicals makes all the difference between a perfect finish or streaky, mottled deposits on glassware and tableware. The new pumps get sparkling clean results with [...] more..
Thu, 24 Sep 2009
Christmas puts a strain on all equipment used for drink and foodservice – but nowhere is the pressure higher than on dish and glasswashers. And the last thing any restaurant or bar wants is for a warewasher to break down in the middle of a festive party. British manufacturer Classeq has put together a [...] more..
Mon, 18 Jan 2010
Classeq’s Eco glasswashers – low-cost, high-quality glasswashing Energy costs are soaring up relentlessly and beleaguered bar-owners are seeing their profit margins shrinking, so appliances that promise low energy consumption are in big demand. Classeq’s Eco glasswashers are not only economical to purchase but offer bar-owners savings in running costs, and scrupulously clean glasses into the [...] more..
Mon, 18 Jan 2010
Classeq’s Eco glasswashers – low-cost, high-quality glasswashing Energy costs are soaring up relentlessly and beleaguered bar-owners are seeing their profit margins shrinking, so appliances that promise low energy consumption are in big demand. Classeq’s Eco glasswashers are not only economical to purchase but offer bar-owners savings in running costs, and scrupulously clean glasses into the [...] more..
Mon, 18 Jan 2010
Classeq’s Eco glasswashers – low-cost, high-quality glasswashing Energy costs are soaring up relentlessly and beleaguered bar-owners are seeing their profit margins shrinking, so appliances that promise low energy consumption are in big demand. Classeq’s Eco glasswashers are not only economical to purchase but offer bar-owners savings in running costs, and scrupulously clean glasses into the [...] more..
Mon, 18 Jan 2010
Classeq’s Eco glasswashers – low-cost, high-quality glasswashing Energy costs are soaring up relentlessly and beleaguered bar-owners are seeing their profit margins shrinking, so appliances that promise low energy consumption are in big demand. Classeq’s Eco glasswashers are not only economical to purchase but offer bar-owners savings in running costs, and scrupulously clean glasses into the [...] more..
Tue, 05 Jan 2010
Classeq’s Hydro 857 pass-through dishwasher – a home-grown machine Classeq’s Hydro 857 pass-though dishwasher has impressive performance stats – the 500mm rack holds 18 full-size plates at a time and with a cycle time of 1.5 or 3 minutes that means it can wash a maximum of 40 racks or 720 plates per hour. All Classeq [...] more..
Wed, 09 Dec 2009
Hotelympia 2010 product news Classeq shows range of British-built dishwashers and glasswashers at Hotelympia 2010 – new integral water softeners save space London ExCeL, Feb 28 – March 4 2010 British-built goods are an ethical and cost-effective option in today’s society where carbon footprint, product miles [...] more..
Thu, 21 May 2009
Classeq has upgraded the chemical pumps on the Eco, Duo and Hydro range of glass and dishwashers so they are even easier to use and service. Accurate dosage of chemicals makes all the difference between a perfect finish or streaky, mottled deposits on glassware and tableware. The new pumps get sparkling clean results with [...] more..
Mon, 02 Nov 2009
Polycarbonates: Keeping Up Appearances More pubs and bars are moving over to polycarbonates, but there are worries about how long they'll last – especially because of the clouding and scratching that sometimes comes from cleaning them in commercial glasswashers. British manufacturer Classeq, one of the UK's leaders in the mid-budget glasswasher market, says that polycarbonates [...] more..
Wed, 06 May 2009
Classeq’s glass and dishwashers, the Eco, Duo and Hydro range, have already built up a reputation for reliability, ease of use, great value and superior after sales service. But now Classeq has added new features across the range to make them even more attractive to caterers. A new green light for ‘go' has been [...] more..
Wed, 12 Nov 2008
Dishwasher specialist Classeq has launched a new range of cleaning chemicals with very low corrosion characteristics. Designed from the outset to be completely compatible with the latest model Classeq dishwashers, glasswashers and utensil machines, the chemicals not only guarantee superb cleaning results and are very competitively priced, but their new low-corrosion formulation means they [...] more..
Tue, 14 Apr 2009
Whole Lotta Washing ….Up To 480 Clean Pint Glasses An Hour Classeq's Eco 2 glasswasher is proving to be a popular choice in today's cash-strapped times. It is a competitively priced, compact glasswasher capable of washing up to 480 pint glasses per hour. As the cycle time is only two minutes it enables busy [...] more..
Thu, 24 Sep 2009
Christmas puts a strain on all equipment used for drink and foodservice – but nowhere is the pressure higher than on dish and glasswashers. And the last thing any restaurant or bar wants is for a warewasher to break down in the middle of a festive party. British manufacturer Classeq has put together a [...] more..
Fri, 21 Aug 2009
The Curve fits out bars with Duo glasswashers for all-round benefits The Curve in Leicester is like no other theatre. When it opened late in 2008 it was likened to ‘a cathedral teleported from the future', ‘an ocean liner as dreamed by Salvador Dali', and ‘a glass and steel whale, beached in the English Midlands.' This [...] more..
Tue, 28 Jul 2009
Clean Glasses – All Of The Day And All Of The Night Back bar glasswashers need to be robust, easy to use, quiet and above all look good if they're going to be sited somewhere the customers can see them. For managers, working to a tight budget, they also need to be affordable. Classeq's British-built Duo [...] more..
Wed, 10 Jun 2009
Many small clubs and pubs continue to struggle with messy manual glasswashers and put up with inconsistent results thinking they do not have the space for or cannot afford an automatic model. But Classeq's smallest glasswasher, the Eco 1, can fit under a counter and wash up to 360 pint glasses in an hour [...] more..
Thu, 21 May 2009
Classeq has upgraded the chemical pumps on the Eco, Duo and Hydro range of glass and dishwashers so they are even easier to use and service. Accurate dosage of chemicals makes all the difference between a perfect finish or streaky, mottled deposits on glassware and tableware. The new pumps get sparkling clean results with [...] more..
Wed, 06 May 2009
Classeq’s glass and dishwashers, the Eco, Duo and Hydro range, have already built up a reputation for reliability, ease of use, great value and superior after sales service. But now Classeq has added new features across the range to make them even more attractive to caterers. A new green light for ‘go' has been [...] more..
Tue, 14 Apr 2009
Whole Lotta Washing ….Up To 480 Clean Pint Glasses An Hour Classeq's Eco 2 glasswasher is proving to be a popular choice in today's cash-strapped times. It is a competitively priced, compact glasswasher capable of washing up to 480 pint glasses per hour. As the cycle time is only two minutes it enables busy [...] more..
Fri, 09 Jan 2009
Classeq's Hydro 500 dishwasher keeps costs down From the word go, the Hydro 500 from Classeq is designed to keep costs down. It is a small, affordable, British-built, front loading dishwasher, especially suitable for catering operations that work to a tight budget. Measuring only 450 mm wide, 550mm deep and 750mm high, the [...] more..
Mon, 01 Dec 2008
One way to reduce your carbon footprint is to buy British- or EU-made goods.  These goods are here on the doorstep waiting to be delivered without journeying halfway around the earth on container ships.  Costs saved on transportation can be passed on to the customer, making British goods an ethical and cost-effective option for today's [...] more..
Wed, 12 Nov 2008
Dishwasher specialist Classeq has launched a new range of cleaning chemicals with very low corrosion characteristics. Designed from the outset to be completely compatible with the latest model Classeq dishwashers, glasswashers and utensil machines, the chemicals not only guarantee superb cleaning results and are very competitively priced, but their new low-corrosion formulation means they [...] more..
Wed, 01 Oct 2008
‘Unbreakable glasses' are suddenly a talking point. But there's a light-year of difference between the cheapest disposable ‘plastic' glasses and the more elegant polycarbonate versions, which are now a serious rival to glass as a drinking container. Whether you love or hate them, more and more bars and pubs are turning to polycarbonates for [...] more..
Wed, 01 Oct 2008
‘Unbreakable glasses' are suddenly a talking point. But there's a light-year of difference between the cheapest disposable ‘plastic' glasses and the more elegant polycarbonate versions, which are now a serious rival to glass as a drinking container. Whether you love or hate them, more and more bars and pubs are turning to polycarbonates for [...] more..
Mon, 01 Dec 2008
One way to reduce your carbon footprint is to buy British- or EU-made goods.  These goods are here on the doorstep waiting to be delivered without journeying halfway around the earth on container ships.  Costs saved on transportation can be passed on to the customer, making British goods an ethical and cost-effective option for today's [...] more..
Fri, 21 Aug 2009
The Curve fits out bars with Duo glasswashers for all-round benefits The Curve in Leicester is like no other theatre. When it opened late in 2008 it was likened to ‘a cathedral teleported from the future', ‘an ocean liner as dreamed by Salvador Dali', and ‘a glass and steel whale, beached in the English Midlands.' This [...] more..
Wed, 13 Aug 2008
Dish and glass washers get a pounding at Christmas - so the run-up to the festive season tends to be a time when many bars, hotels and restaurants install new machines. Whether the purchase is an upgrade or just because the old one has packed in, it's important to get the right model for [...] more..
Wed, 01 Oct 2008
‘Unbreakable glasses' are suddenly a talking point. But there's a light-year of difference between the cheapest disposable ‘plastic' glasses and the more elegant polycarbonate versions, which are now a serious rival to glass as a drinking container. Whether you love or hate them, more and more bars and pubs are turning to polycarbonates for [...] more..
Tue, 28 Jul 2009
Clean Glasses - All Of The Day And All Of The Night Back bar glasswashers need to be robust, easy to use, quiet and above all look good if they're going to be sited somewhere the customers can see them. For managers, working to a tight budget, they also need to be affordable. Classeq's British-built Duo [...] more..
Wed, 12 Nov 2008
Dishwasher specialist Classeq has launched a new range of cleaning chemicals with very low corrosion characteristics. Designed from the outset to be completely compatible with the latest model Classeq dishwashers, glasswashers and utensil machines, the chemicals not only guarantee superb cleaning results and are very competitively priced, but their new low-corrosion formulation means they [...] more..
Wed, 06 May 2009
Classeq’s glass and dishwashers, the Eco, Duo and Hydro range, have already built up a reputation for reliability, ease of use, great value and superior after sales service. But now Classeq has added new features across the range to make them even more attractive to caterers. A new green light for ‘go' has been [...] more..
Thu, 21 May 2009
Classeq has upgraded the chemical pumps on the Eco, Duo and Hydro range of glass and dishwashers so they are even easier to use and service. Accurate dosage of chemicals makes all the difference between a perfect finish or streaky, mottled deposits on glassware and tableware. The new pumps get sparkling clean results with [...] more..
Fri, 11 Jul 2008
The back bar is the most demanding place to put catering equipment. It must work perfectly and reliably, it needs to be compact, it should be quiet, and it shouldn't contribute unwanted heat or moisture to the bar area. To top it all, the typical pub and bar operator demands affordability too. The relaunch [...] more..
Wed, 12 Nov 2008
Dishwasher specialist Classeq has launched a new range of cleaning chemicals with very low corrosion characteristics. Designed from the outset to be completely compatible with the latest model Classeq dishwashers, glasswashers and utensil machines, the chemicals not only guarantee superb cleaning results and are very competitively priced, but their new low-corrosion formulation means they [...] more..
Wed, 10 Jun 2009
Many small clubs and pubs continue to struggle with messy manual glasswashers and put up with inconsistent results thinking they do not have the space for or cannot afford an automatic model. But Classeq's smallest glasswasher, the Eco 1, can fit under a counter and wash up to 360 pint glasses in an hour [...] more..
Fri, 09 Jan 2009
Classeq's Hydro 500 dishwasher keeps costs down From the word go, the Hydro 500 from Classeq is designed to keep costs down. It is a small, affordable, British-built, front loading dishwasher, especially suitable for catering operations that work to a tight budget. Measuring only 450 mm wide, 550mm deep and 750mm high, the [...] more..
Thu, 21 May 2009
Classeq has upgraded the chemical pumps on the Eco, Duo and Hydro range of glass and dishwashers so they are even easier to use and service. Accurate dosage of chemicals makes all the difference between a perfect finish or streaky, mottled deposits on glassware and tableware. The new pumps get sparkling clean results with [...] more..
Fri, 11 Jul 2008
The back bar is the most demanding place to put catering equipment. It must work perfectly and reliably, it needs to be compact, it should be quiet, and it shouldn't contribute unwanted heat or moisture to the bar area. To top it all, the typical pub and bar operator demands affordability too. The relaunch [...] more..
Mon, 01 Dec 2008
One way to reduce your carbon footprint is to buy British- or EU-made goods.  These goods are here on the doorstep waiting to be delivered without journeying halfway around the earth on container ships.  Costs saved on transportation can be passed on to the customer, making British goods an ethical and cost-effective option for today's [...] more..
Wed, 06 May 2009
Classeq’s glass and dishwashers, the Eco, Duo and Hydro range, have already built up a reputation for reliability, ease of use, great value and superior after sales service. But now Classeq has added new features across the range to make them even more attractive to caterers. A new green light for ‘go' has been [...] more..
Tue, 14 Apr 2009
Whole Lotta Washing ….Up To 480 Clean Pint Glasses An Hour Classeq's Eco 2 glasswasher is proving to be a popular choice in today's cash-strapped times. It is a competitively priced, compact glasswasher capable of washing up to 480 pint glasses per hour. As the cycle time is only two minutes it enables busy [...] more..
Fri, 09 Jan 2009
Classeq's Hydro 500 dishwasher keeps costs down From the word go, the Hydro 500 from Classeq is designed to keep costs down. It is a small, affordable, British-built, front loading dishwasher, especially suitable for catering operations that work to a tight budget. Measuring only 450 mm wide, 550mm deep and 750mm high, the [...] more..
Mon, 01 Dec 2008
One way to reduce your carbon footprint is to buy British- or EU-made goods.  These goods are here on the doorstep waiting to be delivered without journeying halfway around the earth on container ships.  Costs saved on transportation can be passed on to the customer, making British goods an ethical and cost-effective option for today's [...] more..
Wed, 12 Nov 2008
Dishwasher specialist Classeq has launched a new range of cleaning chemicals with very low corrosion characteristics. Designed from the outset to be completely compatible with the latest model Classeq dishwashers, glasswashers and utensil machines, the chemicals not only guarantee superb cleaning results and are very competitively priced, but their new low-corrosion formulation means they [...] more..
Wed, 01 Oct 2008
‘Unbreakable glasses' are suddenly a talking point. But there's a light-year of difference between the cheapest disposable ‘plastic' glasses and the more elegant polycarbonate versions, which are now a serious rival to glass as a drinking container. Whether you love or hate them, more and more bars and pubs are turning to polycarbonates for [...] more..
Wed, 13 Aug 2008
Dish and glass washers get a pounding at Christmas - so the run-up to the festive season tends to be a time when many bars, hotels and restaurants install new machines. Whether the purchase is an upgrade or just because the old one has packed in, it's important to get the right model for [...] more..
Fri, 11 Jul 2008
The back bar is the most demanding place to put catering equipment. It must work perfectly and reliably, it needs to be compact, it should be quiet, and it shouldn't contribute unwanted heat or moisture to the bar area. To top it all, the typical pub and bar operator demands affordability too. The relaunch [...] more..
Mon, 16 Jun 2008
Classeq's Hydro range - simply washes simply Classeq has re-engineered its Hydro range of pass through dishwashers to make them not only easy to use and easy to maintain but also to be easy on the pocket when it comes to long term running costs. Classeq have switched away from electronic controls and pcbs and [...] more..
Fri, 25 Apr 2008
Classeq’s Alto 170 makes short work of dirty dishes.Weston General Hospital, Weston Super Mare, Somerset is a 320 bed hospital with 1,700 staff serving the local population as both in-patients and out patients. Its busy Rafters Restaurant is open daily from 8.30am to 7.30pm for a range of hot and cold meals, sandwiches, snacks [...] more..
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