The Jackson RackStar 44 conveyor dishwasher is constructed from stainless steel, making it durable and corrosion resistant. A front dress panel covers the interior components to protect them from damage. The bullet feet are adjustable, and so are the vent cowl collars. Splash shields prevent water from getting on the floor and other surfaces.
The dishmachine's stainless steel wash pump drains itself so you do not have to. Stainless steel strainer pans in the machine collect food scraps to prevent them from contaminating the next rack of dishes. A pressure regulator that controls the flow of water is built into the unit. The machine's control panel is digital and uses LED lights. A strike plate table limit switch is also included, as well as an exhaust vent fan control.
Up to 223 racks are cleaned every hour in this dishwasher. The Econo Rinse mode uses 0.35 gallon of water for each rack, while the Turbo Rinse uses 0.52 gallon of water for each rack. An energy recovery system heats incoming water with captured exhaust heat before it goes in the booster heater. Rainbow Rinse™ reduces the amount of water that is used while still providing a strong rinse.
The WISR® cleaning system cleans all of the dishmachine surfaces with a strong flow of water and heavy agitation. For your convenience, the wash arms clean themselves so you do not have to. As the racks pass through each section, the EnergyGuard™ control system starts each cycle.
When you order the Jackson RackStar 44 conveyor dishwasher, you decide if it comes with a 208, 230, or 460 electrical connection. Since the flow of your dishroom is important when it comes to efficiency, you also choose if the dishmachine runs left-to-right or right-to-left.
- KaTom will include an onboard booster heater for no charge with the purchase of a high-temp Jackson RACKSTAR44 and RACKSTAR66 warewasher through 2017. This includes both the 40-degree-rise (regularly a $2,500 option) and 70-degree-rise (regularly a $3,000 option) booster heaters.
- Stainless steel wash pump drains by itself
- LED control panel is digital
- Strike plate table limit switch can be configured to shut off machine when the receiving dish table is full
- Maintenance is easy with the large front access
- Stainless steel strainer pans collect food scraps and keep them from being rinsed over the dishes in the next cycle
- Exhaust vent fan control
- Built-in pressure regulator
- 15 kW wash tank heater
- 27 kW electric booster heater
- Econo Rinse mode uses 0.35 gal. of water for each rack
- Turbo Rinse mode uses 0.52 gal. of water for each rack
- Up to 223 racks are cleaned per hour
- Overall Dimensions: 64 in. W x 30 in. D x 82 in. H
- cETLus listed; NSF and Energy Star certified
- Stainless steel construction makes the dishmachine durable and corrosion resistant
- Vent cowl collars are adjustable
- Front dress panel keeps the components from being damaged
- Bullet feet are adjustable
- Splash shields prevent water from getting on the floor and other surfaces
- Energy recovery system captures exhaust heat to reuse it to heat incoming before it goes into the booster heater
- Adjustable rinse system
- Rainbow rinse™ reduces the amount of water used while providing an excellent rinse action
- WISR® cleaning system cleans all of the dishmachine surfaces with a strong flow of water and heavy agitation
- Wash arms clean themselves so you do not have to take them out of the machine
- EnergyGuard™ control system starts each cycle as the racks pass through
- Conveyor Direction: You must choose whether your machine's conveyor belt will run from right-to-left or from left-to-right. Choose the one that will be most convenient to your dishroom workflow.
- 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.
- Steam or Electric Heat: You must choose whether your machine will be heated via electricity or steam. If your facility has access to steam heat from a central boiler, the latter may be the most cost effective method.
- Sanitization Method: You must choose whether your machine will sanitize dishes via high-temperature water or with a chemical sanitizer. Learn the pros and cons of each here.
- Booster Heater Temperature Rise: If you opt to purchase a high-temperature sanitizing dishmachine, you must select the temperature rise of the machine's booster heater. 40- and 70-degree-Fahrenheit boosters are available.
- Flanged Feet: You may purchase this dishmachine with flanged feet that allow the equipment to be bolted to the floor.
- Prison Package: This equipment is available with a prison package that helps secure loose pieces and prevents inmates from dismantling the machine.
RackStar® 44 Dishwasher with Energy Recovery System, conveyor type, high temperature sanitizing, single tank design, approximately (223) racks/hour capacity (0.35 gallons per rack), fully automatic including auto-fill, adjustable conveyor speed, 19-3/4" clearance, digital temperature readout, double-wall insulated doors on front, EnergyGuard™ controls, Dual Rainbow Rinse™ - Econo (0.35 gpr) or Turbo (0.51 gpr), vent fan control, strike plate table limit switch, splash shields, stainless steel construction, adjustable bullet feet, 3 HP pump, 1/4 HP conveyor, cETLus, NSF, ENERGY STAR®
*The warranty will not be honored for residential or non-commercial use of any Commercial Equipment.
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Jackson RACKSTAR44ER SpecificationsPDF Spec Sheet
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