Thread Number: 68579
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MINTY Late 60's Hobart Dishmachine
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|Post# 913350   12/31/2016 at 17:36 by whirlykenmore78 (Prior Lake MN (GMT-0700 CDT.))  || |
All hail the Mighty AM-9-T2! This one looks nearly new. Must be low mileage and only used with soft water. Interesting booster heater as well. I have used this model and it will damn near outlast and outwash anything. Weird hood system though. Looks like the vents that would be connected to a conveyor unit just hung next to a door machine.
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|Post# 913412 , Reply# 1   1/1/2017 at 02:06 by toploader55 (Massachusetts Sand Bar, Cape Cod)  || |
That is a "Time Capsule" preserved machine. Very Interesting hood system. Never have seen anything like that. Good point Nick about the conveyor machine a Hobart being 44" but I think the smallest Rack Conveyor ever made was a Blakeslee and that was 36 ". Looks like the width between those two ducts is less than 44" though.
Never understood the reasoning behind the T-2 and T-3 timers.
I know the T-2 is 48 second wash, 5 second dwell, and 12 second rinse.
The T-3 is 45 second wash, 3 second dwell, and 12 second rinse.
So, yes seconds add up but I think it's kind of crazy to make a decision on that tiny bit of difference.
That is a Pretty Old Hatco Booster. I remember our church had a Roll top SM T-? and had that booster remotely located like that.
Amazing condition on those items even the disposal.
This post was last edited 01/01/2017 at 03:40
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