Ergonomic solutions in the new dishwashing room
MEIKO Dishwashers for the Bogucin in Poland
The Dwór Bogucin is located 15 km from Lublin on the Warsaw-Lublin route. The building complex consists of a three-star hotel, a restaurant, an inn, and a large garden with three picturesque ponds. In two banquet rooms, events for up to 500 people can be organized. This is a huge challenge for maintaining the cleanliness and hygiene of tableware and kitchen appliances. MEIKO commercial dishwashers have been a great help with this extremely demanding task: two M-iClean HM hood-type dishwashers with fully automatic hoods for washing tableware and an FV130.2 pot, pan and utensil washer for washing larger dishes and kitchen utensils.
"The heat recovery function (ComfortAir) eliminated the problem of escaping steam, increases the comfort of our work, and noticeably reduces the consumption of electricity. In combination with the full automatic lifting and lowering of the M-iClean HM commercial dishwaser hood, work in the washing room has become easier and more pleasant, "says Chef Andrzej Wójcik. "Ergonomics? Yes, we saw it during the MEIKO show - comfort and ergonomics, ”he adds.
Heat recovery to enhance air qualitiy and energy efficiency
"The use of reverse osmosis (GiO) has freed us from problems related to unsightly deposits on glass, such as polishing for hours, broken glasses, injured hands." replied one of the waiters.
"Thanks to the universal dishwashing machine (FV130.2), we clean all kitchen utensils on an ongoing basis and with unprecedented efficiency. When preparing for large events, there are always plenty of things to do in the kitchen, but now that's not a problem." the chef happily replies.
"Our priorities are high hygiene standards and the safety of our guests, and thanks to the MEIKO solutions we can ensure that. It was also important to save on human resources and speed up the washing process, improve work in the kitchen by introducing MEIKO technology." says owner Grzegorz Krajewski
For clients who want their glasses and dishes to sparkle, improving the water quality is essential – and that calls for demineralisation or osmosis.