Stero Introduces Ecorinse Series of Warewashers

PETALUMA CALIF. —Stero recently unveiled EcoRinse, a high-temperature system designed to provide operators with water savings and reduced energy costs. Available for the first time in Stero’s conveyor series—the ER-44, ER-44-10, ER-66S, ER-76S and ER76SC—EcoRinse Technology relies on a two-stage final rinse system. Once the wash stage is complete, the product moves into the initial rinse stage, which uses a quarter-horsepower motor to pump 165 degree Fahrenheit, high-velocity recirculated water from above and below. The second stage uses line water pressure to deliver 20 psi of 180-degree Fahrenheit water from above and below. The low volume of final rinse water reduces the electricity required to power the final rinse booster.

“Not only are we saving water and sewer costs, we are also using 18,000 watts less of electrical current to maintain the 180-degree Fahrenheit final rinse,” said Ken Rossillon of Stero’s engineering department. —Stero recently unveiled EcoRinse, a high-temperature system designed to provide operators with water savings and reduced energy costs. Available for the first time in Stero’s conveyor series—the ER-44, ER-44-10, ER-66S, ER-76S and ER76SC—EcoRinse Technology relies on a two-stage final rinse system. Once the wash stage is complete, the product moves into the initial rinse stage, which uses a quarter-horsepower motor to pump 165 degree Fahrenheit, high-velocity recirculated water from above and below. The second stage uses line water pressure to deliver 20 psi of 180-degree Fahrenheit water from above and below. The low volume of final rinse water reduces the electricity required to power the final rinse booster.