ConserveWell® holds serving utensils above 60°C, keeping them safe against bacteria growth. This environmentally friendly method of rinsing and holding replaces the need for a perpetual-flow sink while saving water, energy, and money.
Wanting to be more environmentally responsible, a major US-based chain challenged Server to replace their need for a traditional dipper well sink that used an average of 30-60 gallons of water per hour; keeping bacteria off utensils.
We learned conventional continuous-flow dipper wells use over 250,000 gallons of water every year. However, if utensils are held above 60ºC it keeps them safe from bacteria growth while saving water, energy, and money.
Manual for Server Products ConserveWell Drop-In unit | 230 V | Model CW-DI p/n 87844, 87845, 87846, 87847, 87848, 87849 | Series 17K | Includes: Safety, Cleaning, Setup, Take-Down, Programming Timer, Wiring Diagram & Troubleshooting Guide
Parts breakdown diagram for ConserveWell DI with Timer, 230V Australia | Model CWDI p/n 87845
Application Guide for Server Products ConserveWell Heated Utensil Holder
Update Bulletin | If your ConserveWell™ pans are hot to the touch when changing out, you may be experiencing one of two issues.
Environmentally friendly method of rinsing and protecting utensils
against bacteria growth versus traditional dipper wells; one unit
can save over 250,000 gallons of water per year
ConserveWell Drop-In with Timer | 230V AUST
ConserveWell Drop-In Utensil Holder | 230V AUST
ConserveWell with Timer | 230V AUST
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