National Engineer Network:
Our national service network has specialist commercial ware washing engineers based in Lancashire and the surrounding area looking after a number of commercial appliances and washing equipment throughout the county.
Shop our extensive range of 12, 16- or 25-pint commercial glasswashers, designed for use in pubs, bars, restaurants.From Only £469
Rent or Lease
Renting or leasing a commercial dishwasher can offer the most financially efficient way for you to pay for your new equipment.
We provide businesses with several purchase options including nothing to pay upfront and all-inclusive rental packages, incorporating all service and maintenance into one monthly payment.From £34.22/month
- Fixed Payments
- Option to own
- Include warranty
- Include maintenance
Commercial Dishwasher Supplier in Lancashire:
As the UK’s largest glass washer and commercial dishwasher stockist, with a wide range of machines in stock and ready for next day delivery, we have been supplying Lancashire with high-quality commercial ware washers for over 30 years.
We provide frequent daily deliveries to restaurants, bars, hotels pubs and clubs in Lancashire and the surrounding areas, supplying everything from commercial dishwashers to chemicals and detergents.
Water Quality in Lancashire
The mains water supply in Lancashire is provided by United Utilities, who provide water and wastewater services in the North West of England. United Utilities is a sponsoring and supporting member of WRAS, the Water Board Regulatory and Advisory Service.
The water in Lancashire and surrounding areas is rated has having medium calcium carbonate composition (medium softness water) and a use of a water softener is recommended to preserve the life of your glass washer or commercial dishwasher.
Based on the water softness rating and waterboard participation in WRAS, we recommend that caterers in Lancashire and the surrounding area opt for appliances that use a water softener. Alternatively, we recommend the use of a Enviro Clean glass washer that uses specialist water treatment to remove lime scale. A WRAS approved machine is recommended to ensure compliance with United Utilities Inspections: