Hi, this is Jeff. Today I'd like to talk to you about Fisher pre-rinse units. The Fisher spring-style pre-rinse is by far the most popular design in the industry. Fisher pre-rinses have stainless steel seats, guaranteed for life; two-part check stems to prevent any cross-flow, because we have the third valve out here; heavy-duty wall thickness riser pipe, brass chrome plated; a wall bracket with not only one, but two set screws holding it for extra durability; a heavy-duty spring; a pre-rinse hose that inside the armor is a three-ply hydraulic aircraft hose; an insulated handle, and an insulated squeeze lever for comfort; and the Ultra-Spray valve that only uses 1.1 gallons per minute and is test proven the fastest at blowing garbage off of dishes. The way we engineer this pre-rinse unit is that this spray valve stays at the proper, optimum height for pre-rinsing, which is about right there (12" to sink), which is the proper height. Should your application require the convenience of having a faucet with the pre-rinse, use a Fisher add-on faucet. When you order a complete Fisher pre-rinse with an add-on faucet, what we've done at the factory is engineered the assembly so that the spray valve will always be in the same optimal position. As our standard riser pipe is 21", this is now 21" with the add-on faucet so that the spray valve stays in the proper, pre-rinsing position. Now let's see how this works. As you can see, we've installed the add-on faucet onto our pre-rinse. The add-on faucets come with either a 6" swing spout or all the way out to a 16" swing spout. The add-on faucet has stainless steel seats guaranteed for life, a two-part swivel stem, which means lower maintenance, and this assembly now keeps our spray valve at the optimum pre-rinsing height, which is approximately 12" from the bottom of the faucet to the blue dish guard bumper. So that's a pre-rinse with an add-on faucet. In order to keep that pre-rinse spray valve at the optimal height, go into our catalog, find the pre-rinses that clearly show add-on faucets with the pre-rinse, and specify that model number with the spout length you need on that add-on faucet. Okay, so now let's take a look at the Fisher swivel-style pre-rinse. The swivel-style pre-rinse is designed for pre-rinsing a rack of dishes at a time, so as the rack comes through, you simply pre-rinse the dishes a rack at a time. There's plenty of flexibility to do that. The way that the water comes up and goes down...it's a straight path -- the hose is straight -- increasing hose life. This pre-rinse has got all of the features as the spring-style, as far as the stainless steel seats and swivel stems; the hose is a three-ply aircraft hydraulic hose; insulated handle; and the Ultra-Spray valve. Fisher swivel-style, or rack-at-a-time pre-rinsing. Okay, so those are the Fisher pre-rinsing units. Thank you for watching!
Pre-rinsing is an important step of dishwashing, so make sure your system is as efficient at possible! With Fisher pre-rinse units, you can be sure that food debris is rapidly removed and that racks of dishes are quickly prepared for further washing. Watch this video for a look at the features that distinguish Fisher units from others, and find out how Fisher can benefit your operation!