Jackson AJX-44CEL - Low Temperature Conveyor Dishwasher

Powerful Enough to Fully Clean and Sanitize Even the Dirtiest Dishes

Central Model#: 670-038 Brand: Jackson Mfg Part#: AJX-44CEL
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$16,150.00 /Each

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Product Details

Jackson AJX Conveyor dishwashers are built to last with a single tank conveyor and Adjust-A-Peak™ adjustable conveyor speed. Every AJX Series model boasts a 25" chamber clearance to accommodate larger wares like sheet pans, mixing bowls, etc. Washes up to 209 racks per hour, using only 0.78 gallons of water per rack!

This Jackson AJX-44CEL commercial dish machine is a low temperature chemical sanitizing conveyor dishwasher. 44" conveyor available with your choice of direction. Durable stainless steel construction. Exclusive EnergyGuard™ controls.

Additional Features Include:

  • Fully automatic including auto-fill
  • Electromechanical controls
  • Adjust-A-Peak™ conveyor speed allows machine to extend wash time and rinse contact for heavy soil solutions
  • Self-draining stainless steel wash pump
  • Exhaust vent fan control
  • 25"Dx7512"H and 641 lbs.
  • Uses 0.78 gallons per rack
  • Washes 209 racks per hour
  • 8" splash shields on both wash and rinse ends

Voltage, phase and flow direction options available. See drop down menus. Call 800.215.9293 to speak with a knowledgeable product consultant for more information.

ONE YEAR WARRANTY

prop65 warning

WARNING: This product can expose you to Bisphenol A (BPA), which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.

Central Model#: 670-038
Weight: 641 lbs.
Width: 76"
Depth: 25"
Height: 7512"
Capacity: 209 racks per hour
Phase: Single | Three
Style: Chemical
Type: Conveyor
Voltage: 208V | 230V
Water Usage: 0.78 gallons per rack
  • Our dishes aren't getting dry enough. What could be the issue?

    • A common reason for glasses and other dishware not drying completely is not using enough rinse-aid. Checking rinse-aid levels, and adjusting as necessary, should be a part of your establishment's daily routine.