Wed. Oct 16th, 2019
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Offenburg – Economical, fast and reliable: These properties of the new HOBART glasswashers and dishwashers convince the hotel trade.

In the context of the annual readers’ vote of the trade journal ‘Tophotel’, the undercounter models by the German warewashing specialist won the Star Award. The hoteliers particularly loved the machines’ economy and awarded them the gold medal in the respective category.

After all, what counts in catering equipment is not only high reliability but also economic efficiency – both in terms of purchase and long-term operating costs. HOBART particularly excels by its low water consumption. The intelligent undercounter dishwashers use steam to reduce water consumption. The best results are achieved with up to only 1.0 l of fresh water in the rinse. “Economical dishwashing means using as little water as possible. This simultaneously reduces the energy and chemical consumption because less water is heated and thus less detergents and rinse aid must be added,” explains Manfred Kohler, Vice President Sales & Manufacturing of HOBART GmbH.

Technology saves time

Furthermore, the glasswashers and dishwashers by the world market leader for commercial warewashing ease the staff’s workload and free time up for other tasks. This is achieved by the newly developed TOP-DRY drying which puts an end to time-consuming manual drying and polishing. Instead, plates, glasses or cutlery are fit for use directly after washing. The HOBART WASHSMART app offers many options for optimising processes and reducing costs. WASHMART provides comprehensive information which allows users to optimally coordinate maintenance tasks, troubleshoot minor problems, and record and check all consumptions.


This Award is given to the best products and services for the hotel industry. Early this year, around 1,200 Tophotel readers participated in the survey, giving over 18,000 ratings. The recipients of the hotel magazine and the associated online portal had been presented with a total of 29 nominees in ten categories – including process improvement, economy, sustainability and equipment.