Grand Hyatt Dubai
Opting for MEIKO's M-iQ was a great decision in every respect
Two rack transport dishwashers have been installed at the Market Café Restaurant and the main Banquet Kitchen. Market Café accommodates 250 guests while the Banquet Kitchen caters for two ballrooms and upwards of 2000 guests.
The 674-room hotel also has 14 restaurants and bars offering a variety of cuisines from Indian and Italian to New York steakhouse, sushi and sashimi. It is set in 37 acres of landscaped grounds overlooking Dubai’s fashionable Creek area. Omar Bahar, General Manager of TSSC (Technical Supplies and Services), which supplied and installed the machines, commented: “The dishwasher installed in Market Café washes both glasses and dishes, eliminating the need for two separate dishwashers.
“Until MEIKO introduced the M-iQ machines, it was usually the case to wash dishes and glassware separately to ensure good results…the water used for rinsing dishes would leave glassware with water marks.
"It removes all calcium and up to 98% of mineral particles from water, leaving glasses and cutlery, in addition to dishes and kitchen utensils absolutely clean."
“Steam emissions are also so low on both machines, that there was no need for overhead ventilation canopies; the air conditioning within each area is more than enough to provide a comfortable working environment. On top of that, these machines use 33% less water and detergent than their predecessors, while delivering 30% improved cleaning thanks to the high-pressure wash system. You simply can’t beat that performance!”
For clients who want their glasses and dishes to sparkle, improving the water quality is essential – and that calls for demineralisation or osmosis.
Water does not always behave the same way when we clean with it. Some of the minerals it contains can inhibit performance by leaving those familiar ugly and unappetising smears on cutlery and glasses. In dishwashers they may deposit a fur commonly known as limescale.