Winterhalter is the UK’s biggest and most advanced warewashing brand, supplying more glasswashers, front loaders and pass-though models than any other company. At the forefront of the technology, Winterhalter is driving the development of machines and systems that are more efficient, more environment-friendly, more compact and easier to operate.
The company provides a total solution for warewashing, from pre-sales advice to after-sales service, training and maintenance. Alongside its market-leading dish and glasswashers, the Winterhalter range includes utensil washers, advanced water treatment machines, cleaning chemicals and detergents.
Winterhalter’s new cleaning tablet has warewashers smelling sweeter and lasting longer
Even the most careful manual clean or most effective self-cleaning programme will leave tiny mineral deposits in warewashers. Over time these can grow and, as well as potentially damaging the unit, can lead to unpleasant odours. To combat this Winterhalter has developed a cleaning tablet, the A 15 MC, for use with its UC series of undercounter warewashers. It gets rid of the deposits, leaves a clean, fresh fragrance, delivers a new level of hygienic cleaning and, by removing any trace of mineral deposits and limescale, extends the life of the machine. (more…)
Winterhalter’s Latest Next Level Solution creates entirely new warewash payment model
Pay Per Wash is an alternative payment model that allows operators to have a Winterhalter warewasher without investment or any risk. It is the latest launch under Winterhalter’s Next Level Solutions project, which exploits the latest digital technology to bring commercial warewashing to the next level. (more…)
Ground-breaking system impresses judges
It is generally understood that a reverse osmosis (RO) system coupled with a top quality warewasher is the way to get the best wash results. However in the past these systems have tended to be bulky, use lots of water and stretch beyond caterers’ budgets.But Winterhalter has bust this myth by developing the UC Excellence-iPlus machines featuring a hybrid technology combining an integral reverse osmosis and a water softener. It guarantees brilliant wash results every time, on budget and within a tight space. (more…)
Compact water-saving iPlus is big hit with judges
The winning product was the UC Excellence-iPlus, an undercounter warewasher that features a new, hybrid technology that saves water while giving the best possible results. Judges described the product as ‘a compact, integrated solution providing a direct water saving.’ (more…)
Winterhalter’s latest ‘Next Level Solution’ project also minimises warewasher costs
Winterhalter has launched a new system that exploits the latest networking and digital technologies to make warewashing more efficient, reliable and controllable. Initially available for Winterhalter’s UC Series of undercounter machines, Connected Wash allows Winterhalter warewashers to be networked to provide more continuity and efficiency in the kitchen – or in multiple kitchens. (more…)
Judges unveil 2016’s top Kitchen Porter: Mick Dunn of Rubens at the Palace
The KP of the Year for 2016 is Mick Dunn of Rubens at the Palace, London SW1. “Mick won in the face of some incredibly tough competition – the toughest year ever – which shows he’s absolutely a top man in his field,” says Stephen Kinkead, managing director of Winterhalter, the company behind the KP of the Year awards. (more…)
Catering equipment supplier speaks at Carbon Trust’s ‘Standard Bearer’ Conference
Winterhalter talked about its experiences with carbon footprinting at a workshop held by The Carbon Trust as part of its recent Standard Bearers’ Conference, held on 12 October 2016 at 30 Euston Square, London. The Conference attracted big names including Lego, McDonald’s and GlaxoSmithKline.
“Many of the delegates were looking at the science behind our carbon footprinting,” says Winterhalter marketing manager Paul Crowley, who made the workshop presentation jointly with Dominic Burbridge of The Carbon Trust. “The Trust required a huge range of elements to be factored in before they could create a carbon footprint for each Winterhalter warewasher model – most of the questions from the floor focused on how those elements came together to create the footprint figure.” (more…)
One of these ten superstars will win £10,000 prize
After a marathon negotiation session, the judges of the 2016 KP of the Year have narrowed down this year’s entries to a shortlist of ten. One of them will win top glory and £10,000-worth of prizes.“But all of them deserve enormous congratulation – every one of them inspires their brigade with their dedication and work ethic,” says Stephen Kinkead, managing director of Winterhalter UK, the company behind the awards.
Sara Jayne Stanes, chief executive of the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts, was one of the judges. “For the fourth year running we’ve had the most phenomenal number of entries,” she says. “I’m more and more impressed with every entry I read – it’s really difficult to make a choice even for the top thirty, let alone the actual winner.”
Iconic five star London hotel upgrades its entire warewashing system
The Landmark London hotel has some of London’s most prestigious event and banqueting spaces and every year hosts numerous bar mitzvahs, weddings, launches and conferences. The hotel has an array of function areas, from the Grand Ballroom, which can hold up to 750 people, to the intimate Interview Suite, which comfortably seats six people. On any one day the hotel’s events team can be catering for up to 2,000 people and, given the emphasis on impeccable service and high-level presentation, the glass and tableware that guests use has to be pristine. When The Landmark London decided to upgrade its warewashers it chose Winterhalter machines. (more…)
Winterhalter warewashers provide a ‘first class, innovative solution’ for expanding retail centre
The food court at the Westfield Centre in Shepherds Bush is high end and an incredibly busy operation. Warewashing is centralised and has to cope with up to 9,000 plates and bowls a day, plus associated cups, glasses, cutlery and so on. The variety of outlets and cuisines, from British to Lebanese, means the machines have to cope with different types of soiling as well as a complicated mix of tableware. (more…)