Miele meets the standards with ease

Posted on March 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

All Miele washing machine models in the 5-14kg capacity range now incorporate a Type A air gap to provide the highest level of mains water protection from contamination due to backflow, even in high risk category 5. All mains connected machines have to meet this legal requirement in accordance with the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999. Miele says that, with its machines, installation is now a simple, no fuss, no risk job ­ even in hospitals and nursing homes. “From the WS 5427 6kg capacity model upwards, all machines feature a wide range of wash programmes including thermal disinfection, which meets the requirements of the Department of Health,” says Miele. “This makes all models ideally suited for installation in healthcare establishments to assist in meeting care home regulations and the National Minimum Standards which came into effect on April 1. “The G7762TD commercial dishwasher is capable of washing up to 120 plates per hour and the fresh water system means a high quality wash and the 82

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