Dual Cleaning Chambers: The defining feature of a double-decker tray cleaning machine is its two cleaning compartments or levels stacked on top of each other. This design increases the machine's capacity and productivity.
Conveyor System: These machines are typically equipped with conveyor belts or systems that transport the trays or items through the cleaning process. Trays are loaded onto the conveyor at the bottom level and move through the cleaning stages in both compartments.
Multiple Cleaning Stages: The cleaning process in each compartment often involves several stages, such as pre-wash, main wash, rinse, and drying.
High-Pressure Jets: These machines use high-pressure nozzles or jets to spray water, cleaning solutions, and possibly sanitizing agents onto the trays. The combination of water pressure and temperature helps to remove dirt, grease, and other residues.
Water Recycling: To reduce water consumption and wastewater generation, some models include water recycling systems. These systems filter and recirculate the cleaning water.
Stainless Steel Construction: The machine's construction is often made of stainless steel for durability, corrosion resistance, and ease of cleaning.
These machines offer increased efficiency by handling a higher volume of trays at once, making them a valuable addition to production facilities where cleanliness and sanitation are of paramount importance.