CMA Dishmachines - L-1X16 - Low Energy Undercounter Dishwasher With 16 in Door

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The CMA Dishmachines - L-1X16 - Low Energy Undercounter Dishwasher With 16 inch Door meets NSF certification standards and health requirements without requiring a booster or tank heater. It cleans up to 30 racks per hour, making the L-1X16 a smart choice for a busy commercial kitchen. The stainless steel construction results in a durable finish and excellent craftsmanship, making it a solid investment. Because the CMA Dishmachines Low Energy Undercounter Dishwasher With 16 inch Door (L-1X16) has a pump-style drain, it does not need to be paired with a floor drain during installation.

Low Energy Undercounter Dishwasher With 16 in Door Features

  • Low temp undercounter chemical sanitizing dishwasher
  • 34 1/4 in (H) x 24 1/4 in (W) x 23 1/2 in (Depth)
  • Uses 19 3/4 in x 19 3/4 in dish racks
  • Washes 30 racks/hour
  • Uses only 1.7 gallons per rinse cycle
  • 16 in (H) door opening
  • Built-in chemical injectors with primer switches
  • Upper and lower wash arms
  • Pumped drain
  • Includes (1) combo and (1) peg rack
  • Electrical components on drawer for easy access
  • 115V/60Hz
  • UL listed
  • NSF certified
  • Made in the USA
  • One year parts and labor
  • Rack Size: 20 in x 20 in
  • Racks Per Hour: 30 Racks
  • Temperature: Low
are water hose, drain hose, and clamps included in shipping package? thank you.

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The machine is equipped with a gate valve with a ½" female NPT connection located at the lower left-hand corner (facing the back) of the machine. A 140°F water line should be plumbed to this point. The water line used must be of sufficient length and flexibility to permit the machine to be moved for cleaning. A 1" male NPT fitting is provided for the drain connection on the discharge port of the diverter valve (lower, right-hand corner of machine). This fitting may be removed and user provided hardware may be used if necessary to facilitate compliance with local plumbing codes. Code requires that the drain discharge provides an air gap no less than 1" or two pipe diameters, whichever is greater, above the flood level rim of an approved floor drain. For a full installation manual, please visit here: