Moyer Diebel MD240 LT Underbar Dishwasher/Glasswasher, Low Temp

Central Model#: 396-022 Brand: Moyer Diebel Mfg Part#: MD240LT
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$5,400.00 /Each

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Product Details

The Moyer Diebel MD240LT is a low temperature warewasher designed for underbar use. It is dual NSF listed as both a glasswasher and a dishwasher. This model features a soft start, protecting dishes and glasses from chipping and breakage. Its fully automatic wash/rinse cycle processes a rack in 90 seconds, or 40 racks per hour! Low-water tank heat protection prevents damage to the unit. Detergent, rinse-aid and sanitizer dispensing pumps are built in. This unit has two upper and one lower wash/rinse arms. It has an 11" door opening, allowing for a 1012" glass, stemware and plate clearance. The wash pump is controlled with a 1 HP motor. Fresh water rinse keeps dishes free of leftover chemicals. Thermostatically controlled wash tank heater maintains water at the required temperature. This model come with two 20"x20" racks (one peg and one flat). 4' cord and plug is included. Central Restaurant Products offers free shipping on the Moyer Diebel MD240LT low temp underbar dishwasher.

Dimensions:

  • Weight: 135 lbs.
  • Width: 24"
  • Depth: 25"
  • Height: 38"

Main Specifications:
  • Capacity: 40 racks per hour
  • Voltage: 120V
  • 90 second cycle time
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Counter weight door
  • Heats up to +140°F
  • 11" door opening
  • Dual NSF listed as a glasswasher and a dishwasher
  • (2) 20"x20" racks included (one peg and one flat)
  • 4' cord and plug included

ONE YEAR PARTS AND LABOR WARRANTY

Central Model#: 396-022
Width: 24"
Depth: 25"
Height: 38"
Capacity: 40 racks per hour
Style: Chemical
Type: Undercounter
Voltage: 120V
Water Usage: 1.64 gallons of water 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.