Pre-Rinse Spray Valves

Typically, pre-rinse spray valves are located in restaurants and food service operations where prior to loading the dishwasher, plates and dishes are manually sprayed (pre-rinsed) to remove loose or ‘sticky’ food. Overall, the washing of dishes typically consumes two-thirds of all water use from the restaurant, and the water used in this pre-rinsing operation is often twice the volume of water used by the dishwashing equipment. Thus, the most cost-effective water conservation measure in a commercial food service operation is often improving the efficiency of the pre-rinse spray valve.

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