A spray rinse gun tested in service by a well-known food service organisation has been shown to use less than half the hot water per plate washed compared with older designs. The spray rinse gun is available from Enware Australia .
According to Enware Australia, their FS729 Ultra Rinse food service gun is the first product of its type to carry both the WaterMark to AS/NZS 3718 and WELS 6 Star Water Efficiency Rating. The latter allows this product to be legally sold and installed in accordance with relevant federal, state and territory legislations.
Paul Degnan, Managing Director Enware Australia, says that the Ultra-Rinse food service gun, with a nominal flow rate of four litres a minute, also achieves the internationally respected benchmark of California’s pre-rinse spray valve specifications, introduced to save both water and energy.
Based on the rugged and reliable FS721 gun body, the FS729 Ultra Rinse incorporates a moulded rubber spray nozzle guard, high velocity spray pattern and enhanced water technology efficiency. The self-closing headwork and handle design has been retained.
According to Degnan, this locally designed and manufactured product sets new standards for new and retrofitted installations in markets such as food, beverage, hospitality, retail, club, industrial, commercial, educational and health care canteens and kitchens.
The Ultra-Rinse food service gun, developed in accordance with AS/NZS3718 and AS/NZS6400, was subjected to exhaustive in-house testing during which it demonstrated cleanability performance, along with significant water and energy saving values.
Degnan added that the Ultra-Rinse uses less water per minute and also cleans faster. It saves both water and electricity used to heat the water, with the added bonus of freeing up time spent at the sink.
The gun was subjected to testing according to the Californian Pre-Rinse Spray Valve Specification to ensure it performed well in test kitchens.