Electric Glass Washer – Keep Bar Glassware Sparkling 24/7

 

Keeping bar glassware clean and sanitary in a busy bar can be a challenge. Having a high-performance bar glass washer saves time allowing bartenders better organization and making drinks.

You all know the ‘appearances’ like lipstick and other residues remain on glassware after being washed. A consumer restaurant brand metric study found that cleanliness of glass was ranked number one as the most important attribute to customers.

How it Works?

An electric bar glass washer is an ergonomic, submergible device with automated brush heads for washing glasses. The motor is typically sealed and self-enclosed and can be partially submerged in a standard underbar sink. This washer vibrates the brush heads and thoroughly cleans the glasses for re-process.

Bar glass washers come in a variety of sizes and number of brushes, relying upon the manufacturer. All are durable, integrating heavy-duty motors that can withstand long periods of permanent working. Most models of glass washer are made from stainless steel, so they won’t rust. Additionally, even with on-going laboring, these electric washer motors run very quietly without disturbing the customers.

This article will explain the basic principles of the electric glass washer technology, how to use bar glass washer, their benefits, glass storing & cleaning tips, and glassware types.

Benefits of Using Electric Bar Glass Washers

Establishments like bar and restaurants often use electric glasswashers as an addition to their standard glass washing operation. The design of an electric glasswasher provides far better contact with the glassware than high-water pressure and detergent would alone.

By delivering better contact, a bar glasswasher can remove more debris that can build-up on a glass surface over time, making a cleaner glass that results in improved head retention in beer, less tainting drink taste in wine and more benefits such as:

Benefits of Using Electric Bar Glass WashersLess Time

Easy to install in any bar sink in a few seconds. Spinning brushes remove lipstick, fruit residues and anything else remain on the glass.

Less Work

Clean glasses instantly with no racks to load, unload or move and minimizes the potential of breakage.

Save Bucks

Don’t require maintenance, uses lower power consumption, needs less water and chemicals.

Versatile

Large selection of brushes can clean any shape and size of the glass.

More Money

Properly cleaned glasses provide better quality draft beer. Adequately cleaned glassware make more “head” on draft beer. That could mean up to 50 more glasses out of just one barrel.

How to Use Bar Glass Washer

How to Use Bar Glass WasherPut bar glass washer in the sink and fill with warm water to the top of the lowest brushes or the water line label.

Plug the device into a grounded outlet and run electric glass washer. Use only “low suds” detergent in water.

For best results, wash 1 glass at a time. Always launch the device before putting a glass over the brush.

Center brush is structured to clean the inside of the glass while the other, outer brushes, wash the outside.

For proper glass cleaning, rinse glassware within fresh water in another sink and sanitize glass in a third sink. Set glasses aside to drain and let them dry.

Use a Bar Glass Washer for Fragile Glassware

Electric glasswasher is an excellent solution for glassware, making them highly suited to washing delicate and breakable glassware like wine glasses.

The brush heads need to contact the glass and gently remove build up. Therefore, high water pressure and the temperature aren’t needed. Bar operators can also manually control the pressure and speed of brushes, and that’s especially important when the fragile glasses are washing.

Use an Electric Glass Washer for Extremely Soiled Glassware

With a bar glasswasher, debris is permanently removed. There’s no need for pre-washing and no concern with debris blocking pumps and filters. That’s why electric glasswashers are commonly found in the leading chain coffee shops across the USA.

Glass Storing and Cleaning Tips

Despite the fact you may buy glassware in large quantities for a bar or restaurant, it’s still mandatory to take care of glassware. In a busy bar, accidents can happen. Breakages are unavoidable in some cases, but they can be minimized by following simple instructions to care for glasses.

Glass Transportation & Storage

Store and transport glasses cautiously. And if it’s possible, never stack glasses or carry glassware in bunches. It’ll make glassware more prone to breakage. There are many ways to minimize the chances of damage. Moving glasses on trays around the bar will avoid the impacts produced by carrying in bunches.

Thermic Effect

There is nothing worse than drinking an ice-cold drink from a warm glass, but, more than this, it’s actually bad for the glass too. Putting ice to a hot glass will be a temp shock for the glass, making it easy to crack or break. Therefore, ensure that glasses have cooled down before use.

Etching on the Glass

It doesn’t matter how much care is taken with glassware, over time, any glass washer can develop a cloudy texture known as etching. It’s caused by continued use of glasses and washing in the glasswasher. So, you should clean glassware immediately after using with electric glass washer and prevent etching from developing on your bar glassware.

Soiled Glasses

Unprofessional hygiene maintenance will result in a build-up of residues on glasses. It causes issues like flat drinks, lack of head retention on beers and glasses contaminated with odors and toxins.

Glasses should be washed in a dedicated bar glass washer that isn’t used for crockery or cutlery, while regular cleaning and maintenance of the glass washer are essential for clean, hygienic glassware.

After washing, glassware should be air dry, as drying with a cloth or towel can leave residues and spread grease or dirt from bar’s surfaces, hands, and other glassware.

Glassware Types

When choosing glasses, you’ll notice a variety of designs within each style, and that’s little difficult in picking right glassware for a bar. Therefore, search for glassware that will fit your bar’s style. Avoid very thin and fragile glasses. They’ll break quickly, and this refers to stems also.

Follow the glassware types below to figure out which style is best for your business.

Beer Glasses

pint glass,pilsner glass and beer mugsBeer, like wine, has numerous styles that can be used, and we’ll present 3 most recognizable beer styles:

  • pint glass,
  • pilsner glass,
  • beer mugs.

Pint glass typically holds 16 ounces. It’s perfect for serving when it’s pulled straight from the freezer. Middle or pilsner glass has a unique shape and is used mostly for light beers. It typically holds between 10 and 14 ounces.

Mugs are great since you can carry the beer without warming it. The volume of beer mug varies greatly. Many can hold between 10 and 14 ounces.

If you’re the owner of small of a microbrewery or brewpub cleaning of beer bottles is essential. Therefore, choose CMA 180 Automatic Washer and troubles with cleaning with beer bottles will disappear.

Wine Glasses

3 Basic Types of Wine GlassesThere’re so many types, shapes, sizes of wine glasses and many styles have been developed to highlight a particular kind of wine.

Yet, there are two basic styles of glass wine: red wine and white wine glass. Red wine bowl is rounder and smaller glass. The white wine bowl is taller and more open glass. A wine glass of any type is ideal for serving wine cocktails.

For small wine bars or wineries that reused bottles and have problems with washing, cleaning, and sanitizing of wine bottles, the best solution is to use CMA 180UC Hi-Temp Undercounter Dishmachine that can wash 50 racks by an hour.

Rocks GlassesRocks Glasses

The rocks glass is a short drinking glass with straight sides and without handle or steam. It’s also called an old-fashion or a ‘lowball’ glass. This glass style is typically used for short stirred drinks that are served with ice.

Lowball glass carry between six and eight ounces. An old-fashion glass is also available as double rocks carrying up to ten or twelve ounces.

The standard rocks glass is used typically for serving dark spirit like bourbon.

Shot GlassesShot Glasses

The standard shot glass is made from thicker glass, particularly on the base.

This amplification is added to prevent it from shattering when the consumer slams the shot glass bar after finishing the drink. The shot glass can come in many styles, sizes, and shapes.

Any shot glass can be applied to carry straight shots and blended shooters, and it’s a great solution for bars.

Highball GlassesHighball Glasses

The Hi-ball or highball glass is a type that every bar should have. The hi-ball glass is a stouter and typically tops of at ten ounces.

This glass is usually used for ‘tall’ mixed spirits and filled with plenty of ice.

Very often case is that the drinks are built directly in this glass by pouring the ingredients over the top of the ice and mixing.

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