The Sammic cutlery polisher dries, polishes, and removes residue leftover from cleaning. How does it work? The cutlery is sent on a heated rack of vibrating vegetable based granules. The circular motion of the granules on the cutlery cleans and polishes while the UV light sterilizes. The machines are fully automatic, but cutlery is introduced through the entry point here, and after a cycle in the machine, the cutlery exits here dry and bright, ready for immediate use or storage.
The SAM3001 is a desktop model with an output rate of 3,000 pieces per hour. If by chance, cutlery drags granules with it, the outlet van prevents these from exiting the machine.
The SAS5001 and 6001 are floor models with an out[ut rate of 8,000 pieces per hour. The floor models come with optional front wheels, making it easier to move the machine from one location to another. The machine is constructed or polished stainless steel, the circulating ramps are routed to avoid congestion and coated with insulation to absorb shock.
The control panel on the front is electronic and easy to use. It has a light and sound to indicate when the machine is ready for use. A light indicates when the replace the granules. The cutlery should be clean and wet, having soaked in hot water. Ideally, it is introduced into the cutlery polisher directly from dishwasher.
It is important to respect the rhythm and input quantity of the machine in order to avoid jams. Cutlery exiting the machine should be pristine and can be immediately used or stored without revision.
The cutlery polish saves you on labor costs and demonstrates a rapid return on investment. Thanks for tuning in! Be safe.
Cutlery polishers are perfect for insuring your flatware is shiny and pristine before it reaches your patrons' hands!