Continuing a long legacy of warewashing system innovation, Power Soak delivers superior wash action that’s gentler, quieter, more ergonomic and more efficient than ever. In today’s busy kitchens, commercial dishwashing machine operators can’t afford to let time-consuming manual scrubbing monopolize their valuable labor.
Power Soak provides the power to tackle even the toughest baked-on food soils with minimal scrubbing. With a variety of standard sizes available as well as custom configurations, Power Soak’s Continuous Motion Systems are the ideal warewashing solution for any kitchen layout that would normally use a standard 3-compartment sink and/or a traditional spray type utensil washer for washing pots and pans.
The secret is Power Soak’s patented parallel wash flow, which takes advantage of the natural scouring properties of rotating wash water, heat and detergent — all working together to maximize cleaning power. The even, scalable wash flow also delivers wares to the operator for easy removal, which means less strenuous back-bending for kitchen staff. Also available as an option, Power Soak’s Advanced Wash Insert (AWI) creates a curved lining within the tank that provides the gentlest and quietest wash action Power Soak has to offer.
As the uncontested innovation leader in continuous motion warewashing, Power Soak continually sets new standards for cleanliness, consistency, sanitation, cost savings and ergonomics — all to help your team focus less on manual labor and more on serving guests. With more than 20 times the installations than every competitor combined, Power Soak has a system that will meet any customer’s needs.
Power Soak Intro
Power Soak Advanced
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Wireless Remote Light System
The wireless remote light system is a remote mounted indicator, which makes checking on wash status a thing of the past. This discreet light can easily remind operators and managers when they should attend to the Power Soak system.
Water Tempering System
Fill your tanks with the correct temperature of water, wash fluid and sanitizer fluid every single time. Pre-set your desired wash and sanitizer fluid and fill temperatures and let Power Soak do the rest. The system also self-adjusts for seasonal variations in the temperature of hot and cold water.
Sheet Pan Racking System
Sheet pans are loaded and stand vertically from the front to the back of the wash tank, allowing them to be washed at the same time as other miscellaneous items.
Chemical Dispensing System
Automatic dual-pump dispensing system delivers precisely measured liquid detergent and sanitizer into their respective tanks.
The History of Power Soak
Video – Unloading a Power Soak with AWI
Video – What is Continuous Motion Pot Washing?
Video – Nothing Else is a Power Soak
Video – Power Soak’s Superior Design
Video – Utensil Area of Power Soak with AWI Demonstration
Video – Power Soak High-Volume Sheet Pan System Demonstration
Video – Power Soak with AWI Operating Instructions
Video – Power Soak High-Volume Loading & Unloading Demonstration
Video – Power Soak Wireless Alert Light System Demonstration
Video – Power Soak Wash Cycle & Silent Alert System Demonstration
Video – Power Soak Advanced Wash Insert Assembly Demonstration & Instructions
Power Soak AWI Installation Guide
Power Soak AWI Owner- Manual
Power Soak Chemical Dispenser Pump
Power Soak Continuous Motion Ware Washing Manual
Power Soak MX-220 Owner- Manual
Power Soak MX-220-H Owner- Manual
Power Soak MX-220-HT Owner- Manual
Power Soak MX-220-HTS Owner- Manual
Power Soak MX-220-T Owner- Manual
Power Soak PS-100 Owner- Manual
Power Soak PS-200 & PS-201 Installation Guide
Power Soak PS-200 & PS-201 Service Manual
Power Soak PS-200 Owner- Manual
Power Soak PS-201 Owner- Manual
Power Soak PS-225 Installation Guide
Power Soak PS-225 Owner- Manual
Power Soak PS-225 Service Manual
Power Soak PS-275 Owner- Manual
Power Soak PS-50 Owner- Manual
Power Soak SI-100, I-208, I-240 & I-480 Owner- Manual
Power Soak Water Tempering Manifold Installation Manual
Power Soak Water Tempering System Installation Guide
Power Soak Warranty Information