The Jackson AJX-90 conveyor dishmachine is constructed from stainless steel for durability and corrosion and minor damage resistance. The frame and legs are made from stainless steel, and the bullet feet are easily adjustable for uneven flooring. Front dress panels protect interior components from damage. Throughout the machine, there is a 25-inch clearance that allows you to easily wash mixing bowls, trays, sheet pans, and more large utensils. An 18-inch separation between the wash and rinse sections allows for an ideal cleaning.
Water is kept inside the machine with 8-inch splash shields on both ends of the unit. Stainless steel scrap baskets in the machine collect food particles to prevent them from being recirculated over the next round of dishes. The stainless steel wash pump drains by itself for convenience, and the drain lever is operated on the outside of the machine for your safety. Steam is released with the exhaust vent fan control.
The controls are electromechanical, and all of the cycles and processes are fully automatic, including the auto-fill. You can manually control how fast the conveyor runs with the Adjust-A-Peak feature so if dishes have food heavily baked on, they can spend more time in each section, ensuring they will be fully cleaned. EnergyGuard™ controls start each cycle as a rack passes through to help conserve energy and water.
When you purchase a Jackson AJX-90 conveyor dishmachine, you have many options to decide on. This unit comes is available in configurations for 208, 230, or 460 voltages and 1 or 3 phase electrical supplies. The flow of your kitchen is important for efficiency, so you get to choose if the machine runs left-to-right or right-to-left. This dishmachine can be heated by electricity or steam. Sanitation is also an important decision when it comes to cleaning your dishes. With high-temperature water sanitation, each rack uses 0.68 of a gallon of water and up to 225 racks can be cleaned per hour. Chemical sanitation produces up to 209 racks per hour and uses 0.78 of a gallon of water per rack.
- Wash pump is made from stainless steel and drains by itself
- Stainless steel scrap baskets collect food particles in each section so disposing of them is simple
- 8-in. splash shields on both ends of the unit keep water in the machine
- Drain lever is operated externally for safety
- Exhaust vent fan control helps the unit release steam
- 18 kW wash tank heater
- 0.68 gal. of water uses per rack with high-temp sanitation model
- 0.78 gal. of water uses per rack with chemical sanitation model
- 225 racks cleaned per hour with high-temp sanitation model
- 209 racks cleaned per hour with chemical sanitation model
- Overall Dimensions: 1051⁄4 in. W x 31 in. D x 751⁄2 in. H
- cETLus listed; NSF certified
- Internal components are protected by the front dress panels
- 25-in. clearance throughout the unit makes it easy to wash mixing bowls, trays, pans, and more
- 18-in. separation between the wash and rinse sections for an ideal clean
- Frame and legs are made from stainless steel
- Bullet feet are adjustable for uneven floors
- EnergyGuard™ controls start each cycle as a rack passes through to conserve energy and water
- Automatic processes, including the auto-fill
- Controls are electromechanical
- Conveyor speed is manually adjustable with the Adjust-A-Peak feature so racks can spend more time in each section getting fully clean
- Electric or Steam Heat: You need to specify if you want your dishmachine to be heated by steam or electric elements.
- Chemical or High-Temperature Sanitation: You need to decide if you want the dishmachine to sanitize dishes with chemicals or high-temperature water. To learn more about these options, click here.
- Booster Heater: If you decide to go with high-temperature sanitation, you will need a booster heater to heat water up to 180 degrees Fahrenheit. A regular booster heater is heated by electronic elements, while a steam booster heater is heated by an external steam source.
- Direction of Operation: Decide if left to right or right to left is the best work flow for your establishment.
- Voltage and Phase: You need to know what electrical connection your building uses so you can specify what voltage and phase your dishmachine needs to be. This unit comes in 208, 230, or 460 voltages with a 1 or 3 phase option.
- Sideloader: This unit can be built to fit in a corner and loaded from the side instead of the end. The loader can be hooded or unhooded and measure 23 or 30 inches.
- 1⁄2 in. Pressure Regulator: Water pressure should be even so results are consistent with each wash cycle. The 1⁄2 inch pressure regulator controls the flow of water into the dishmachine.
- Flanged Feet: The machine will be less likely to move if its bolted to the floor with flanged feet.
- Blower Dryer: Ensure dishes are dried quickly with a blower dryer section instead of having to wait for your dishes to air dry.
- Vent Cowl Collars: Your dishmachine can easily connect to a steam exhaust system with the set of vent cowl collars.
- Prison Package: Protect everyone in correctional facilities by ensuring all components are properly in place and cannot be taken off with just hands.
- Drain Quench System: Prevent damage to water pipes with the drain quench system; it lowers the temperature of water before it drains from the machine.
- Scaltrol: Scale buildup is reduced thanks to the Scaltrol system that protects components that come into contact with water.
- Water Hammer Arrestor: A water hammer arrestor can be built into water supply lines to prevent damage from water surges when the valves are opened.
- Table Limit Switch: If you will not have a staff member watching the dishmachine and waiting for the racks to come out the other side, you might want to invest in a table limit switch. This tool attaches to a receiving table and stops the machine when the table becomes full, preventing the unit from running and wasting water and energy.
- Dish Racks: Protect your kitchen equipment with special racks that are made for specific tools. You can get sheet pan racks, combination racks, peg racks, or 36-compartment racks. If you opt for the compartment racks, they also come in 41⁄8-inch, 55⁄8-inch, and 7 inch heights.
Dishwasher, conveyor type, high temperature sanitizing, single tank design, with 36" 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 (3) upper arms, & (2) lower arms, 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 AJX-90 SpecificationsPDF Spec Sheet
|Racks per Hour||225|