CMA Dishmachines - UC50E - High Temp Undercounter Dishwasher

SKU: CMAUC50E
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One of the hardest things to keep up with during a busy dinner service are dishes and flatware. Designed to hold up to 30 trays for washing, the CMA Dishmachines High Temp Undercounter Dishwasher (UC50E) can be installed near the plating area, so stacks can be rebuilt during service hours easily. With the UC50E kept at hand where it is most needed, loading and unloading can be done quickly, creating a never-ending line for place settings throughout. With built-in detergent and rinse pumps, a CMA Dishmachines - UC50E - High Temp Undercounter Dishwasher wins.

High Temp Undercounter Dishwasher Features

  • High temp sanitizing undercounter dishwasher
  • 33 5/8 in (H) x 23 4/9 in (W) x 24 in (Depth)
  • Uses 19 3/4 in x 19 3/4 in dishracks
  • Washes 30 racks/hour
  • Uses only .8 gal water per cycle
  • 13-3/4 in door opening
  • Built in detergent and rinse pumps
  • Upper and lower stainless steel rotating wash and rinse arms
  • Triple filtering protection system
  • Includes (1) peg rack and (1) plate rack
  • Pumped drain
  • ETL listed
  • Made in Italy
  • ENERGY STAR
  • One year parts and labor warranty
  • Rack Size: 20 in x 20 in
  • Volts: 208 v
  • Racks Per Hour: 30 Racks
  • Temperature: High
The nameplate electrical rating for UC50E is 220-240. There was a question about using a 240v service and the response said no. Are there two versions of this machine, one at 208v and one at 240v? If not, then why does a 208v machine have a nameplate rating of 220-240?

Bill

Please refer to the updated spec sheet... http://www.cmadishmachines.com/sites/default/files/Archive_Spec_Sheets/UC50e_Spec_Sheet13-3-2016_20170111.pdf

Steve

Please refer to the updated spec sheet... http://www.cmadishmachines.com/sites/default/files/Archive_Spec_Sheets/UC50e_Spec_Sheet13-3-2016_20170111.pdf

Steve

I believe the 208 volt spec. is a mistake. The correct spec is the 220-240 volts as listed in the product manual. Norm ###- Please type your reply above this line -### Can you answer Bill's question about this product? High Temp Undercounter Dishwasher "The nameplate electrical rating for UC50E is 220-240. There was a question about using a 240v service and the response said no. Are there two versions of this machine, one at 208v and one at 240v? If not, then why does a 208v machine have a nameplate rating of 220-240?" Simply Reply to this email Thank you in advance if you are able to answer the question. Your email address will not be shared with this customer or other shoppers. We may post your answer to our site to benefit other shoppers. By replying to this email you agree to the privacy Update your preferences Unsubscribe from answering questions about all products

nsiebenthal

Please refer to the updated spec sheet... http://www.cmadishmachines.com/sites/default/files/Archive_Spec_Sheets/UC50e_Spec_Sheet13-3-2016_20170111.pdf

Steve

Will this dish machine listed as 208 volts work on 240 volt service?

Norm

This dishmachine is rated for only 208V.

Steve