Jackson AJX-66 66" Conveyor Dishwasher w/ 225 Racks/Hr Capacity

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Jackson AJX-66 Description


The Jackson AJX-66 conveyor dishwasher unique Adjust-A-Peak™ technology lets operators extend the wash cycle to clean heavily-soiled wares, ensuring they get thoroughly cleaned during each cycle. The machine is controlled with dependable electromechanical components, which are simple and affordable to maintain and replace.

This dishwasher is equipped with EnergyGuard™ technology that prevents it from running if no rack is present in the machine, conserving electricity and water. Every step of the washing cycle is automated, including the auto fill, so you only need to insert racks into the loading end of the machine and retrieve them at the other end when the cycle is complete.

Splash shields keep water inside the machine where it belongs and away from floors where it could cause a slipping hazard. A front dress panel conceals and protects electronic and mechanical components to keep them from getting damaged in the hustle and bustle of the dishroom. Stainless steel legs and the frame provide the dishwasher with durability and corrosion resistance.

The machine's interior accommodates wares as tall as 25 inches, so it can be used to efficiently clean large pieces including sheet pans, stock pots, and bowls. The wash pump is made from stainless steel and is self-draining for convenience. There are stainless steel scrap baskets in the machine that collect food debris so you can easily dispose of it.

To best accommodate your setup, the Jackson AJX-66 conveyor dishwasher is available with several different options you can choose from. You may choose between 208, 230, or 460 voltages and 1 or 3 phase. The flow of your establishment is important when it comes to efficiency, you can order a machine that runs from left-to-right or right-to-left. Sanitizing your dishes is one of the most important aspects when it comes to cleaning them. You can decide if your machine will use high-temperature water or chemicals to sanitize your dishes. Electricity or steam are the two options for heating your dishmachine. See below for a full list of the options must choose from when you order this equipment.

Product Details

  • EnergyGuard™ controls prevent machine from running when no rack is present, conserving electricity
  • Each step in the wash cycle is automated, including the auto-fill
  • Reliable electromechanical controls are simple and easy to maintain
  • Adjust-A-Peak™ technology lets user extend cycle time by manually controlling the speed of the conveyor to ensure heavily soiled dishes get clean
  • Stainless steel wash pump is self-draining
  • Stainless steel scrap baskets collect food debris so disposing of it is simple
  • Drain lever is operated from the exterior for user safety and convenience
  • Exhaust vent fan control lets operators efficiently vent steam
  • 18kW wash tank heater
  • Prewash section has two upper and one lower prewash arms
  • High-temp model cleans 225 racks per hour using 0.68 gal. of water per rack
  • Chemical-sanitizing model cleans 209 racks per hour using 0.78 gal. of water per rack
  • Overall Dimensions: 8114 in. L x 31 in. D 7512 in. H
  • cETLus listed; NSF certified


  • 25-in. clearance lets you send sheet pans, stock pots, mixing bowls, and other oversized pieces through the dishwasher
  • 18-in. separation between the wash and rinse sections to ensure an effective clean
  • Stainless steel frame and legs are durable and resistant to minor damages and corrosion
  • Front dress panel conceals mechanical components and protects them from being damaged or tampered with
  • 8-in. splash shields on both ends of the machine keep water inside and off of surrounding floors and walls
  • Bullet feet are adjustable so machine can be installed levelly, even on floors that are uneven


  • Electric or Steam Heat: You must specify if you want your dishmachine to be heated by electric elements or steam.
  • Sanitation Method: You need to decide if you are going to use chemicals to sanitize your dishes or high temperature water. Learn more about the pros and cons of each here.
  • Booster Heater: With high-temperature sanitation, you must ensure your water is hot enough to clean dishes. A booster heater can heat water to the ideal temperature for sanitizing dishes. If you decide to add a regular booster heater to your dishmachine, an electric element will heat the water; you must decide if it will have a 40 or 70 degree Fahrenheit rise. With a steam booster heater, an external steam source would heat your water to high temperatures.
  • Direction of Operation: You decide if the machine runs left to right or right to left, depending on the best application for your workflow.
  • Voltage and Phase: You must choose between 208, 230, or 460 volt electrical connection for your dishmachine. You might need to specify between a 1 or 3 phase power source, and these will be determined by the building's electrical supply.
  • Sideloader: You can choose to have your machine built so it can fit in a corner and be loaded through the side instead of the end. It comes in 23 or 30 inch and hooded or unhooded.
  • 12 in. Pressure Regulator: If you want consistent results in your dishmachine's ability to clean, you need the 12 inch pressure regulator so water pressure is even and consistent.
  • Flanged Feet: Add flanged feet to your machine to make sure it is bolted to the floor so it will not accidently fall over.
  • Blower Dryer: Quickly dry dishes with the built-in blower dryer instead of having to wait on your dishes to air dry.
  • Vent Cowl Collars: Coming in a set of two, the vent cowl collars connect the dishmachine to a steam exhaust system.
  • Correctional Package: Hardware and components of the machine are secured with special tools so they cannot be easily taken off by inmates.
  • Drain Quench System: The drain quench system ensures the water that drains from the dishmachine is less than 140 degrees Fahrenheit so it will not damage the pipes.
  • Scaltrol: Internal components are protected from scale buildup with a special system called Scaltrol.
  • Water Hammer Arrestor: You want to have the water hammer arrestor on your unit. It protects components from sudden water surges when the water valves open.
  • Table Limit Switch: A table limit switch can be attached to a clean rack receiving table so when the table is fully, the dishmachine shuts off to prevent water and energy consumption, as well as prevent components from being damaged.
  • Dish Racks: Having racks to send dishes through the machine with are essential to having a dishwasher. You may choose between combination, peg, sheet pan, and compartment racks. If you want a compartment rack, you need to decide between the 418 inch, 558 inch, or 7 inch heights.

Dishwasher, conveyor type, high temperature sanitizing, single tank design, with 22" recirculating prewash, approximately (225) racks/hour capacity (0.68 gallons per rack), 25"H clearance through machine, stainless steel construction, electric tank heat, prewash section has (2) upper arms, & (1) lower arm, vent fan control

*The warranty will not be honored for residential or non-commercial use of any Commercial Equipment.

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Jackson AJX-66 Specifications

PDF Spec Sheet
Manufacturer Jackson
Length (in) 66
Racks per Hour 225
Heat Electric
Product Dishwasher
Product Type Dishwashing Equipment & Supplies
Weight 1.00
Jackson AJX-66 Certifications
  • NSF
  • ETL
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