New Jug & Container Rinsers

These inset stainless steel jug rinsers are ideal for anywhere where the rinsing of cups, jugs and glasses is required. This simple to use and maintain piece of equipment is a must for any restaurant, coffee shop or juice bar to save you time and money.  

New Inset Jug Rinser Features

 
  • Easy to use - Simply press down on the platform to activate the spray
  • Low cost to run – No electricity required
  • Saves time - Cleans containers up to 2 litres in seconds
  • Compact design - Supplied complete with assembly kit to alter height
  • Easy to connect – Connects directly to faucet and suction cup feet holds rinser in place
  • Durable - Polycarbonate construction with a stainless steel spray nozzle
  • Warranty - 1 year from date of purchase (back to base) Product features

Inset Jug Rinsers - Stainless Steel 


Jug Rinser Sizes

  Jug Rinser Outer Dimensions:    

New Container Rinser Features

 
  • Easy to use – Simply press down on the platform to activate the spray
  • Saves time – Cleans jugs in seconds
  • Low cost to run – No electricity required
  • Strong & Durable – Stainless steel construction
  • Warranty – 1 year from date of purchase (back to base)
  Container Rinser CR01C

Container Rinser for Coffee Shops, Restaurants, Juice Bars


 

Further Information...

Find out more about us and our products by calling us on 01327 311144 or emailing us at sales@die-pat.co.uk

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