The Jackson AJ-64 conveyor dishwasher has a frame that is saddle-welded for strength and is constructed from 2-inch-in-diameter, stainless steel tubing. The legs and adjustable feet are made from stainless steel for durability and corrosion resistance. Water is kept from getting on the floor and other surfaces with the 8-inch splash shields and vent cowls on both ends of the machine. Exterior levers control the level drains, and the control box is mounted on the top of the unit for easy accessibility. The 25-inch clearance throughout the sections allows you to easily wash large utensils, trays, sheet pans, and more.
Anywhere from 144 to 287 racks of dishes can be cleaned per hour depending on the speed of the conveyor; the Adjust-A-Peak™ feature lets you manually control its speed. As the rack passes through each section, EnergyGuard™ starts the wash, power rinse, and final rinse cycles. All of the processes are automatic, including the auto-fill. The over flow system maintains water levels in the wash and power rinse tanks, ensuring water will not overflow into other sections or out of the machine.
Every hour, depending on the conveyor speed, you can wash up to 287 racks with the high-temperature sanitize rinse cycle. Each rack uses 0.77 of a gallon of water during the high-temperature sanitize rinse. Stainless steel wash and recirculating rinse pumps are completely self-draining for your convenience. The wash and power rinse 2-horsepower motors are cooled by fans and are permanently lubricated with grease-packed ball bearings.
Water from the wash cycle is recirculated from the previous power rinse cycle and is mixed with detergent. This water is pushed through wash arms over the rack of dishes to fully clean them. The arms easily remove for cleaning. As each rack passes through, the wash cycle is automatically started. Stainless steel strainer pans collect food scraps so in the next wash cycle, the debris is not circulated over dishes.
A power rinse cycle comes after the wash to ensure all food residue and detergent is removed. Just like the wash cycle, as the rack passes into this section, the power rinse is started automatically. Water from the previous final rinse cycle is reused in this section and ran through the removable wash arms. Stainless steel strainer pans are also in this section to collect leftover food debris; they easily remove for cleaning. When the rack moves to the final rinse cycle, fresh, pressurized 180 degree Fahrenheit water is pumped through fan jet nozzles on the wash arms to fully sanitize your dishes.
There are three different options for you to heat your Jackson AJ-64 conveyor dishwasher: you can use electricity, steam, or an external-mounted gas booster heater. Jackson knows that each kitchen has a different workflow, therefore they can configure each machine to run left-to-right or right-to-left. You must specify your preference at the time of order. You must also choose from 208, 230, or 460 voltages and 1 or 3 phase electrical connection.
- 287 racks washed per hour with high-temp sanitize rinse
- 0.77 gal. per rack
- Incoming water pressure regulator
- Speed of the conveyor is manually controlled with the Adjust-A-Peak™ feature so you can wash from 144 to 287 racks per hour
- EnergyGuard™ starts the wash, recirculating rinse, and final rinse when the rack is in place
- Electromechanical controls are used instead of solid state
- All processes are fully automatic, including the auto-fill
- Wash and recirculating rinse pumps are made from stainless steel and are totally self-draining
- 2 HP wash and power rinse pump motors are fan cooled and permanently lubricated with grease-packed ball bearings
- Overflow system maintains the levels in the wash and power rinse tanks
- Overall Dimensions: 80 in. W x 25 in. D x 751⁄2 in. H
- cETLus listed; NSF certified
- 2-in.-dia., stainless steel tubing makes up the frame and is saddle welded for strength
- Legs and adjustable bullet feet are made from stainless steel for corrosion resistance
- 8-in. splash shields and vent cowls prevent water from getting all over the floor and other surfaces
- Racks run through the machine on a stainless steel, center-mounted pawl bar
- 25-in. clearance throughout the machine allows you to easily clean mixing bowls, large utensils, trays, and other items
- Level drains are operated on the exterior
- Control box is mounted on the top of the machine for easy accessibility
- Recirculated, detergent-filled water is ran through upper and lower wash arms over racks of dishes
- Make-up water is taken from the previous rinse cycle
- Automatically activated when racks pass through the chamber
- Wash arms have 43 stripping nozzles for ideal washing ability and arms easily remove for cleaning
- Stainless steel strainer pans collect food debris to keep it from sitting in the wash water
- Power rinse reuses the water from the previous final rinse and runs it through wash arms over the rack
- Racks passing through the chamber activates the power rinse cycle
- Wash arms have 32 stripping nozzles for ideal cleaning and easily remove
- Stainless steel strainer pans easily remove for cleaning
- Final rinse cycle uses fresh, pressurized water to ensure the dishes on the rack are clean
- Fan jet nozzles are on the wash arms to ensure they are sanitized
- Phase and Voltage: This machine is available with the following voltage options: 208, 230, or 460 volts. It is also available in 1 and 3-phase configurations. Make the choice between these options based on the electrical supply available in your building.
- Steam or Electric Heat: You must choose whether your machine's hot water will be heated with an electric booster heater or via steam. Steam may be the most cost effective method if your building already employs a steam boiler system.
- Booster Heater Temperature Rise: If you choose to heat your machine's water with an electric booster heater, you must choose whether the heater will provide a 40-degree Fahrenheit rise or a 70-degree Fahrenheit rise. Select the option that will raise the temperature of incoming hot water to at least 180 degrees Fahrenheit to thoroughly sanitize your dishes.
- Table Limit Switch: This equipment can be ordered with a table limit switch. This component attached to a receiving dishtable and stops the machine when that table becomes full, helping conserve resourced and preventing damage to the machine.
- Vent Cowl Collars: You can order this machine with factory-installed 4 in. x 16 in. x 7 in. vent cowl collars that simplify the process of connecting the machine to an exhaust system.
- Sideloader: This machine is available with a sideloader component that allows the machine to be installed in a corner. With this setup, racks can be loaded from a 90 degree angle.
- Flanged Feet: Flanged feet are available on this equipment that will allow the machine to bolted to the floor for stable installation.
- Water Hammer Arrestor: You can opt to have a water hammer arrestor factory-installed in the machines water supply line. This component will help protect the machine from surges in water pressure when water valves open.
- Conveyor Direction: You must choose whether your machine's conveyor belt will run from right-to-left or from left-to-right. One or the other may create a more efficient workflow in your dishroom.
Dishwasher, conveyor type, adjustable conveyor speed, approximately (287) racks/hour high temperature sanitizing rinse, (2) tank design (wash/rinse), 25"H clearance through machine, stainless steel construction, electric tank heat, 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-64 SpecificationsPDF Spec Sheet
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