Someone that is trying to wash their dishes at home is likely going to use some warm soapy water. This is more than adequate for getting the job done, but when it comes to washing dishes that have been used by your customers things can get a bit more intense once all has been said and is now out of the way. The reason behind this is that you are not just washing these plates for the purposes of making them look clean and presentable, rather what you need to try your best to do is ensure that the plates are also a lot more sanitary than might have been the case otherwise.
What this essentially entails is that you can’t just pop dishes into your Hobart am900 pass through dishwasher and have it do its thing. Quite on the contrary, you need to start looking into using hot enough water for this purpose. Most high quality restaurants tend to use water that is right at its boiling point in their dishwasher. That means that your water should be at around 100 degrees Celsius.
Boiling water can kill virtually all of the bacteria and viruses that might be on your plate. That is great for a lot of reasons, but whatever the case may be it proves that you need to keep your water at this temperature when you are using your dishwasher. The best thing about the dishwasher is that you don’t have to touch the water so you can use it without having to worry about scalding yourself and your employees would be safe from these kinds of workplace related injuries as well for future reference.