DC OG40A IS D Optima Glasswasher with Break-Tank, Integral Softener & Drain Pump, 400mm Basket
The DC OG40A IS D Optima Glasswasher with Break-Tank, Integral Softener & Drain Pump, 400mm Basket is part of the Optima range using the latest technological advances to offer ‘Intelligent Warewashing Solutions’ for outstanding performance whilst minimising environmental impact and reducing running costs. This glasswasher has a break tank which is required for high-risk areas such as Schools, Care Homes, Nurseries or Hospitals where contamination of the water supply would be detrimental to hygiene and health.
Optima warewashers are intuitive, adaptable, fast and powerful with in-built quality and reliability making them indispensable in any commercial catering environment. With additional state-of-the-art features and break tank, integral softener and drain pump fitted as standard – it’s easy to see why the new Optima range takes warewashing and cleaning performance to a new level.
1 year parts only warranty is standard on this model. Option of 1 year parts and labour warranty available (additional charge). Please select at checkout.
OG40A IS D PRODUCT FEATURES:
- Chemical dosing adjusted from control panel
- Superior peristaltic detergent and rinse aid auto-dosing units
- Stand-by mode
- Heavy-duty wash pump
- EasyClean dual filters
- Removable anti-block wash and rinse arms
- Hydro-dynamic basket slides
- Moulded wash tank to prevent debris build-up and assist maintenance
- Optional thermostop for guaranteed rinse temperatures
- Counter-balanced door
- Self-draining wash pump for improved hygiene
- Stainless-steel cabinet and door
- Low water usage
- Simple, intuitive controls
- Supplied with 2 glass baskets.
- Pint capacity: 18
- Cycle Times (mins) 1,2,3, 8
- Rinse Capacity (ltrs): 2.8
- Pump (watts): 300
- Total Load (Kw): 3.1
- Waste Outlet Diameter (mm): 25
- Wash Tank Capacity (ltr): 7
- Water consumption (ltrs): 2.4
- Required water pressure/flow rate: 2-4 bar (28-56psi), 10L per minute.
- Water connection: 3/4 BSP
- Wash Element (kW):1.6
- Waste Height (mm): 160
- Power Supply (A): 13
- 2 x Filters
- Basket size (cm): 40 x 40
- Top Wash Arm
- Standard plug – 13 amp power supply
- W: 500mm
- D: 535mm
- H: 725mm
Purchasing Guide (this is a guide only; to discuss your individual requirements please call us on 01379 641223)
Do I need a water softener? All ware washing machines require a softener if the water supply exceeds 100ppm. By having an external or internal softener fitted to your machine you will greatly improve your washing results, reduce running costs and increase the life expectancy of your product. Please note that internal water softeners are only suitable for cold water. When connecting your machine to a hot water supply make sure you specify a hotwater softener.
What electricity supply do I need? The electricity supply you need depends on the machine you are buying. Look carefully at the ampage rating of the machine you are looking to purchase to ensure you have an adequate supply.
Do I need a drain pump? A drain pump is required when the waste services are higher than the drain outlet of the machine.
What water pressure & flow rate do I need? For your machine to operate at its ability you’ll need a water pressure of 2-4 bar (28-56psi). Anything less or more than this may adversely affect wash and rinse results. If you have low water pressure consider purchasing an internal or external rinse booster pump. The minimum flow rate is 10 litres per minute.
Do I need a type A break tank? Type A break tanks should be fitted to machines that are to be used as commercial dishwashers and connected to the mains water supply.
UK Water Board Regulations require commercial dishwashers to be fitted a Break Tank (Type ‘A’ Air Gap) wherever an installation is rated as being at category 5 level of risk or higher. Generally, businesses rated at category 5 or higher will include any high-risk areas such as Schools, Care Homes, Nurseries or Hospitals where contamination of the water supply would be detrimental to hygiene and health.
Faulty installation, commissioning, misuse, or user related problems are not covered under warranty. Electrical appliances MUST be installed by a qualified electrician. A warranty call out will not be instigated without the name of the installing engineer.