The Jackson AJ-44 conveyor dishwasher has a center-mounted, stainless steel pawl bar that hold the racks of dishes. This pawl bar does not interfere with the spray patterns in any section, allowing your dishes to be fully cleaned. You can control the number of racks that can be cleaned each hour with the Adjust-A-Peak™ feature by restricting how fast the conveyor runs. The operator can slow the machine down to 124 racks per hour to clean heavily soiled wares. The machine can be sped up to 234 or 248 racks per hour, depending on whether it is set up for chemical or high-temp sanitizing. Each kitchen has a different setup, so this dishmachine can be converted from right-to-left to left-to-right in the field.
The incoming water pressure regulator controls how fast and pressurized water comes into the machine. Electromechanical controls are used instead of solid state to help make the machine reliable. EnergyGuard™ controls power on the wash and rinse sections of the machine only when a rack is present to help save energy.
With a 25-inch clearance throughout the entire machine, you can easily wash trays, bun pans, 60-quart mixing bowls, and more. The front appearance panel hides the wash tank and interior components to help keep them from becoming damaged. The 8-inch vent cowls and splash shields on both ends of the unit prevent water from getting all over your floor. The 2-inch-diameter, stainless steel tubing makes up the dishmachine's frame and is formed and saddle-welded for strength.
Your dishes are cleaned in the wash cycle by using make-up water from the last rinse cycle that has detergent mixed in. Upper and lower wash arms spray the water onto each rack of dishes; the arms easily remove for cleaning. As racks come through the machine, the wash cycle starts automatically. Stainless steel strainer pans collect the food scraps to prevent them from getting all over your dishes in the next cycle. The minimum temperature of the wash cycle is 160 degrees Fahrenheit.
An 18-inch separation between the wash and rinse sections provides you with excellent cleaning results. Rinse arms in are mounted above and below wares, ensuring your dishes are fully cleaned. The arms come with fan jet nozzles. If you decide to sanitize your dishes with high-temperature water, you can produce up to 248 racks per hour and use 0.94 of a gallon every rack. By using chemical sanitation, you can clean 234 racks per hour and use 1 gallon of water for each rack.
The Jackson AJ-44 conveyor dishwasher is available in 208, 230, and 460 voltage options. You must choose one of these options when you place your order, and you must also specify whether your machine will be installed on a 1 or 3 phase power supply. As previously mentioned, you can decide if you want to use high-temperature water or chemicals to sanitize your dishes in the final rinse cycle.
- Number of racks per hour is adjustable from 124 to 234/248 with the Adjust-A-Peak™ feature that lets you manually control the conveyor speed
- Racks are sent through the machine on a center-mounted, stainless steel pawl bar
- Pawl bar does not interfere with the spray patterns in any section
- 25-in. clearance lets you easily wash trays, bun pans, and large utensils
- Can be converted from right-to-left to left-to right in the field to accommodate your kitchen's set up
- Electromechanical controls contribute to the reliability of the dishmachine
- Incoming water pressure regulator helps maintain consistent results
- Processes are automatic, including the auto-fill
- Stainless steel wash pump drains by itself
- 2-HP motor powers the wash pump and arms and is lubricated with grease-packed ball bearings
- EnergyGuard™ controls operate the wash and rinse sections only when a rack goes through that section
- Overflow system skims the surface of the wash tank to keep water clean
- Overall Dimensions: 60 in. W x 25 in. D x 751⁄2 in. H
- cETLus listed; NSF certified
- Frame is made of 2-in.-dia. stainless steel tubing that is formed and saddle welded for strength
- Legs and adjustable bullet feet are all made from stainless steel for durability and corrosion resistance
- Front appearance panel hides the wash tank and interior components so they are protected from damage
- 8-in. vent cowls and splash shields on the wash and rinse ends of the machine
- Lever drain is convenient and operated on the exterior of the machine
- 160 degrees F minimum temperature of the wash cycle ensures that wares are thoroughly washed
- Dishes are cleaned in the washing cycle by recirculating water that has detergent in it through the wash tank's upper and lower arms
- Wash cycle is automatically activated as racks come through
- Make-up water for the wash section is taken from the rinse section
- Make-up water helps maintain proper water levels and temperatures
- Wash arms are easily removable for cleaning
- Stainless steel strainer pans collect food scraps so they will not get all over dishes in the next washing cycle
- Wash section of the machine is 18 in. long paired with an 18-in. separation between the wash and rinse cycles provides you with excellent results
- Upper and lower rinse arms in the rinse section have fan jet nozzles
- Cleans 248 racks per hour using 0.94 gal. of water per rack in high-temp sanitizing rinse mode
- Cleans 234 racks per hour using 1 gal. of water per rack in the chemical sanitizing rinse mode
- Phase and Voltage: You must choose whether your machine will connect to a 208, 230, or 460 volt electrical connection. You may also need to choose whether it will connect to a 1- or 3-phase power source. Make this choice based on the electrical supply available in your building.
- Sanitization Method: You must specify whether your machine will sanitize dishes via high-temperature water or with lower-temperature water and a chemical sanitizer. Learn how to choose between the two here.
- Steam or Electric Heat: You must choose whether your machine will include electric heating elements or connections for steam heat. If your facility has access to steam heat from a central boiler, the latter may be the most cost effective method.
- Booster Heater Temperature Rise: If you opt to purchase a high-temperature sanitizing dishmachine, you must select whether you need the booster heater to provide a 40- or a 70-degree-Fahrenheit rise.
- Table Limit Switch: You can order this machine with a table limit switch that connects to a receiving dish table and shuts the machine down when that table becomes full.
- Side Loader: This dishmachine can be ordered with a sideloader that allows the machine to accept dishracks at a 90 degree angle, allowing the equipment to be installed in a corner.
- Exhaust Vent Fan Control: An exhaust vent fan control is available that will turn the exhaust vent van on automatically when a rack enters the machine.
- Flanged Feet: Available flanged feet can be used to bolt the machine to the floor for secure installation.
- Water Hammer Arrestor: A water hammer arrestor will protect the machine's components from surges in water pressure when water supply valves open.
Dishwasher, conveyor type, adjustable conveyor speed, approximately (248) racks/hour, high temperature sanitizing rinse, single tank design (wash), 25"H clearance through machine, stainless steel construction, recirculated hot water tank heat from external mounted gas booster heater, vent fan control, cETLus, NSF
*The warranty will not be honored for residential or non-commercial use of any Commercial Equipment.
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Jackson AJ-44 SpecificationsPDF Spec Sheet
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