For over 50 years Clenaware has been designing and manufacturing warewashing equipment and we understand that your equipment is an investment in your business.
The tips below give helpful advice on how to get the most out of your product, from prolonging the life of your machine, to achieving excellent results each and every time you wash your glass or tableware.
High quality chemicals are essential for cleaning and drying glasses and tableware, they are also essential for renovating glasses and for looking after your glasswasher/dishwasher. Chemicals play an important part in the overall processes of achieving perfect results.
Did you know? Good quality chemicals are formulated to cope with high levels of tannins, proteins and water hardness, and they aid the drying process by shedding as much excess water from the glass as possible and preventing ‘spotting’.
Chemicals play an important part in the overall process of achieving perfect results.
Over time, fat deposits (fog), limescale and other minerals can begin to build-up on the surfaces of your glass/tableware. This isn’t just unsightly, it’s also another factor preventing the delivery of perfect results. Contaminates and scale found in water can’t always be removed, and these contaminates will ultimately flatten and effect the appearance of drinks. Water treatments are not only beneficial, they are also necessary for delivering perfect results.
With many different styles of glassware in constant use, ensuring you choose the right basket to wash them in is more important than ever. Baskets now come in a range of different sizes and styles, which have been designed specifically with each individual style of glassware in mind.
Did you know? wider spaces between the wirework ensures that the water from the wash and rinse jets have a larger area to get through. This ensures that the glasses are washed and rinsed more thoroughly. This means there’s no escape for grease and dirt!
The Open Glass Basket is suitable for glasses that measure up to 150mm, such as Pint Glasses, Tumbler Glasses, Half Pint Glasses and Hi Ball Glasses. The basket comes with offset hand slots (making it easier to handle) and is coated in a ‘premium’ plastic coating for added hygiene and durability.
The Divided Glass Basket is suitable for specialist style glasses that measure up to 150mm, such as Shot Glasses, Cocktail Glasses, Champagne Glasses and Wine Glasses. The basket is compartmented and angled to aid the drying process and to prevent glass damage.
The Tall Glass Basket is suitable for Continental style glasses that measure over 150mm in height. This includes glassware such as Pilsner, Peroni and Heineken Glasses. The basket is compartmented and angled to aid with the drying process and also has special glass support inserts to safely accommodate taller glasses.
The Half Glass Basket has been designed by Clenaware Systems as a versatile basket and has two individual uses. The basket can be used as a glass carrier for staff collecting glasses and has a durable carry handle making it easy and comfortable for staff to carry. The basket can be used in any glasswasher and is ideal when only wanting to wash a small volume of glasses. The basket comes with four corner clips as standard, and is coated with a premium plastic coating for added hygiene and durability.
The basket Divider Kit is suitable for use in a 40, 45 or 50 size glass washing basket. The plastic inserts can be put together in a matrix to make a maximum of 36 compartments allowing you to turn a standard open basket into a more versatile basket, enabling you to wash a number of varied glassware items instead of having to use separate baskets for specific glass styles.
The Carafe Insert is used for washing Wine Carafes and Decanters, which in normal standard glass washing baskets would probably topple over resulting not only in breakages but also the Carafes not being thoroughly cleaned. The insert is designed to fit inside a 500mm2 (50 size) basket.
With many different styles and sizes of tableware in constant use, ensuring you choose the right dishwasher rack to wash them in is more ever. Dishwasher racks come in a range of styles which have been designed with a specific use in mind.
Did you know? The Clenaware Dishwasher racks are suitable not only for your standard tableware, but can also be used to hold specialist items such as chopsticks.
The dish rack is of a Thermoplastic design, with special support prongs to hold plates and saucers upright, ensuring optimum cleaning whilst in the dishwasher. As the dish rack is compartmented, it is useful for washing a variety of dish sizes in one cycle.
The open rack is of a Thermoplastic design and has a flat, open base. The open area allows for extra utensils and cutlery, or larger items such as whisks or large kitchen knives, that may otherwise not fit into a Cutlery Rack.
The cutlery rack is a compartmented basket and has a Thermoplastic design. The rack has 4 generous sized compartments for your knives, forks, spoons and other utensils. The cutlery rack sits inside any dishwasher rack, which means you can wash your cutlery with other items such as plates and cups.
Clenaware warewashers are designed to be a fully integrated machines with everything you need built into them. Our machines include a rinse booster pump, a waste pump and chemical injection and sensoring. They also includ a built-in self diagnostics system and are WRAS approved.
Did you know? Clenaware Systems has been designing and manufacturing ware washing equipment for over 50 years and we are a UK company that only designs and builds its products in the UK.
Do away with tea towels and simply place your glass basket onto the Airack glass dryer and let it work its magic. By using the Airack Glass Dryer, glasses dry 10 times faster which allows you to use them quickly and pour the perfect pint!
Did you know? After being washed, glasses take up to 40 minutes to dry on a ventilated shelf. On the Airack they take as little as 4 minutes! There is no other product like it, why? Because we invented the idea!
The correct storage of your glass and tableware contributes to the achievement of a perfect result and makes the results safer and more hygienic.
Did you know? By placing clean glass and tableware onto a shelf or in a cupboard, the risk of cross-contamination and dampness is high, resulting in 'musty' smelling glass and tableware as well as tired-looking and flat-tasting drinks.
Static basket units slide snugly and easily into spare space in the bar area, ideally next to your Glass washer and Airack glass dryer. Static basket units are available as 3 or 5 tier high units.
Mobile Basket Units are designed for easy movement around the bar area. As standard they come with braked castors for safety once the unit is in position for storage. They are available as 3 or 5 tier high units.
Cleaning and caring for your warewasher is as important as cleaning the glasses and crockery that goes into it. Keeping the warewasher clean will assist in prolonging the life of the machine and eliminates the chance of any debis attaching itself to otherwise clean items.
Use the Cabinet Brush to clean all the wash-tank filters:
At Clenaware we offer a range of service and support packages that ensure the Clenaware experience is the best that it can be for your glasswasher or dishwasher. Clenaware engineers have the skill and knowledge to carry out servicing and repairs to your Clenaware equipment and carry stock of genuine Clenaware parts.
For pricing information or if you would like to purchase any Clenaware products, please call us on 01933 666244 and select option 1 for sales. Alternatively, to arrange a call back from one of our team you can email us at email@example.com. For customers outside of the UK please visit our Contact Us page.
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