Commercial Dishwashers

Undercounter Dishwashers

Undercounter dishwashers are also known as self-contained dishwashers. They are the great if you don't need a heavy-duty door-type dishwasher.

Door Type Dishwashers

We have pass-through dishwashers and pot and pan dishwashers. These are the bigger dishwashers, but don't be scared: they're friendly.  

Glass Washers

Got a lot of wine glasses or beer glasses or some other kind of glasses? Well, you're going to want a commercial glass-washing machine by your side.

Conveyor Dishwashers

"We're gonna need a bigger dishwasher!" For those restaurants with a lot of dirty dishes on their hands, here are our conveyor dishwashers.

Stainless Steel Dish Cabinets

These are commercial dish cabinets, so they can hold a large amount of dishes and they can also take a beating, because they are stainless steel!

Dish Tables

For soiled or clean dishes, one of these worktables can work with your pass through or conveyor dishwashers to have an efficient workflow.

Grease Traps

Your commercial dishwasher is going to have grease that needs to go somewhere. Better in one of these grease traps then you're drainage system!

Commercial Dishwashing Accessories

Dishwashing racks, scouring pads, and glass brushes -- any of those odds and ends you need for your dishwashing.

Commercial Dishwashers Buying Guide

In Canada, there are standard commercial dishwashers like undercounter dishwashers, or more powerful units like conveyor dishwashers, or more specialized units like glass washers. No type of machine is necessarily better than any other, but there is a perfect machine for each job.

The primary method of ranging how powerful a dishwasher is, is to see how many racks it can do an hour. The number of racks a commercial dishwasher can clean an hour depends on the length of its cycle, and should only be taken as an estimate. The commercial dishwasher may have different cycle lengths, and depending on the speed of your worker, the amount of racks your dishwasher can clean an hour may vary.

There are two different rinsing mechanisms for commercial dishwashers: low temp (chemical wash) or high temp. The low temperature wash in commercial dishwashers uses a chemical additive, instead of extreme temperatures to sanitize dishes. Low temp dishwashers cost less the purchase and to operate, but do not clean off grease and lipstick as well as high temp machines. In certain cases low temp dishwashers can damage flatware. You will also have to restock the chemical used to sanitize dishes.

High temp commercial dishwashers use a booster heater to increase the water temperature to around 195 F, which sanitizes the dishes.

If you're feeling overwhelmed by all the options, just relax. We are here to help. Email us or call us toll free at 1-855-388-5999.