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Booster Heaters: Boost for Better Sanitizing 

Booster heaters are designed to complete the dishwashing process by sanitizing your dishes with hot water. Food and Drug Administration requires every food and beverage serving business to sanitize the glasses, utensils, plates, cutlery, and other dinnerware to prevent cross-contamination. Since the water which is used for dishwashing is not hot enough to kill all bacteria and microbes, an additional water booster heater is needed.

Booster heaters literally boost the temperature of the water in very short periods up to at least 180°F, which is crucial for the termination of bacteria and microbes. So, if you use a high-temp commercial dishwasher, you should install a dishwasher booster heater to sanitize the dishes at the end of the washing cycle. Or, you may use a low-temp dishwasher and or want to raise the washing water temperature to better remove the stains, then a booster water heater will be of great use for you.

Features of Booster Heaters

Booster heaters are key commercial dishwashing equipment with their vital role in sanitation in public food-serving establishments. So, these booster heaters for dishwashers are tailored for maximum performance in commercial settings.

  • Commercial dishwasher booster heaters feature sturdy metal cabinets to protect the booster and other parts from the effects and impacts of commercial working conditions.
  • Some models of commercial hot water boosters are equipped with a low-water cut-off to prevent damage to the interior elements.
  • To increase energy efficiency, booster heaters have insulation.
  • All commercial water heater boosters have on-off switches for easy operation, while some models facilitate use with thermostats and displays.

Advantages of Booster Heaters

Investing in a booster heater has remarkable advantages and benefits for your business will surely be worth your money and will pay off soon.

  • Booster heaters ensure you comply with the formal regulations for dish sanitation, which is critical to keep you in business.
  • These units are compact tools that can easily be installed under the sink or next to the commercial dishwashers, so you do not have to open up space for them.
  • Booster heaters decrease your need for sanitizing chemicals by utilizing very hot water for the sanitation cycle.
  • Since the dishes will get out of the dishwasher very hot, they will quickly dry and be ready for use.

Types of Booster Heaters

Commercial booster heaters are available with different power options, each of which presents its own advantages and disadvantages.

1. Electric Water Heater Booster

Electric booster heaters can easily be installed in your establishment as long as there is an electrical outlet. Additionally, these booster heaters are also lower priced when compared to the other options.

2. Gas Booster Heaters

Gas booster heaters require a gas outlet and more expertise to install. Additionally, these commercial water heater boosters are more expensive. However, gas booster heaters offer a lower cost for use.

3. Steam Booster Heaters

Steam booster heaters make use of the facility's existing hot water supply system and, thus, require a connection to the central boiler of the establishment. Despite a high upfront cost, these units, like the Jackson WWS booster heaters, will present the cheapest way to sanitize your dishes.

 

Chef's Deal is an experienced dealer and trusted restaurant supply store with a large collection of commercial kitchen equipment, including commercial dishwashers and water booster heaters. We carry high-quality units like the Hatco booster heaters and Hubbell booster heaters which will bring much practicality to your business.