Meiko Uk

Cemco are happy to carry out repairs to all Meiko Dishwashing and Warewashing Equipment…just call our Service Line on 01202 377205 for details.


Unbeatable Value

3 year all-inclusive package deal on ECO glass and dishwashers… exclusively for distributorsMeiko is offering Distributors what we believe to be the best ever deal on warewashing…

…with an upfront, truly “added value” package, with all costs included ranging from removal of redundant machine through to installation of the new machine

Everything is upfront, with no hidden costs or unexpected surprises. The package combines the very best of German engineering with local support and knowledge from professional catering equipment distributors, a combination that can be trusted.

To take advantage of this outstanding offer click on the links above, or alternatively

contact the Meiko UK sales office on 01753 215120. For e-mail enquiries [email protected]

Individual personalised Distributor ECO promotion leaflets can be made available for direct mailing to your customers.

The Meiko ECO range offers superb build quality, guaranteed reliability and economy in

use – combined with outstanding washing results.

All ECO machines are fully equipped with features that other manufacturers offer at additional cost and can be set-up on site for 1ph or 3ph connection, hot or cold water feed and in the case of the pass-through machines, can be effortlessly changed from a straight-through operation to a corner operation.

Included with the all-inclusive added value package will be the following:

• 3 year parts and labour warranty. A no-bills guarantee is available for an additional £280.00 net.

• 3 planned preventative maintenance visits during the warranty period, 1 visit annually.

• Site survey by Meiko UK technical services department upon receipt of machine order.

• Disconnection of redundant machine and tabling and removal from customer premises.

• Installation of the new machine to within one (1) metre of terminated and isolated services.

• Commissioning of machine installation and training of customers operators.

• Free glass or dishwashing chemical starter pack comprising 3 x 5lt detergent and 1 x 5lt rinse aid.

• Free 20kg pack of granular salt provided with integral water softener machines.

• Basket set of 2 plate, 2 cutlery and 1 cup for dishwashers, or 2 x 130mm high open baskets for glasses.

• All models available from Slough warehouse stock for 3 day delivery throughout the UK.

PLUS: £200 trade-in on old machine


Up to 720 dinner plates or 1500 glasses per hour capacity

90 or 180 second cycle time

230/50/1phase (13amp) – 2.55kW (hot fill)

230/50/1phase (25amp) – 4.55kW

400/50/3phase (16amp) – 6.55kW

Size: 600 x 600 x 820mm high


£3,134.00 + VAT


OR GLASSWASHER With integral water softener!

Up to 720 dinner plates or

1500 glasses per hour capacity

90 or 180 second cycle time

230/50/1phase (13amp) – 2.78kW (hot fill)

230/50/1phase (25amp) – 4.78kW

400/50/3phase (16amp) – 6.78kW

Size: 600 x 650 x 820mm high


£3,773.00 + VAT



Up to 720 dinner plates

per hour capacity

90 or 180 second cycle time

230/50/1phase (30amp) – 5.78kW

400/50/3phase (16amp) – 8.28kW

Size: 635 x 750 x 1470mm high


£4,653.00 + VAT

*tabling not included


With integral water softener!

Up to 720 dinner plates

per hour capacity

90 or 180 second cycle time

230/50/1phase (30amp) – 6.01kW

400/50/3phase (16amp) – 8.51kW

Size: 635 x 750 x 1470mm high


£5,312.00 + VAT

*tabling not included

The Meiko ECO Series

– manufacturing excellence as standard!

The ECO range of glass and dishwashers will meet the needs and aspirations of all end users.

All machines are constructed throughout from 304 stainless steel and feature large radius coved wash tanks, tented non-drip ceiling, double wall construction for sound and heat insulation and full external stainless steel cladding, even to the rear.

Double wall construction ensures excellent sound and heat insulation.

Standard features included with each machine in the ECO range are:

• Integral liquid detergent dosing pump on all machines, with integral container included with front loading models.

• Integral liquid rinse aid dosing pump on all machines, with integral container included with front loading models.

• Rinse pressure booster pump incorporated within the body of the machine.

• Drain pump for high level waste water discharge up to 700mm.

• Wash and rinse arms above and below, even on glass washing version.

• Touch sensitive, wipe clean control panel without buttons, knobs or switches.

• Self-cleaning cycle of the machine interior when the machine drain down is activated at the end of the day.

• Hose and cable connection kit with a length of 1500mm provided with each machine.

• 1ph or 3phase connection selectable at time of installation, 13amp for glass washers possible with 50C water feed.

• Hot or cold water connection selectable at time of installation. Hot water recommended for maximum throughput.

To see the full range of Meiko warewashing equipment visit:

via Meiko Uk.

Gas Safe Technical Bulletin 140…

The following is a summary of recommendations that CEDA has issued to its members based on best practice and clause 14 of the standard.

– When working on gas equipment in any kitchen for the very first time.
– When carrying out routine maintenance of gas equipment.
– After installing any additional or replacement gas fired item.

In any kitchen where it is suspected that the extraction/make up air system may not be working satisfactorily i.e. very hot working environment, high levels of condensation, catering staff complaining of working environment.

Finally, the bulletin introduces a second ceiling for CO2 levels of 5000ppm whereas CAIS 23(1) stipulated that anything over 2800ppm was considered a problem. Prior to the publishing of TB140, if an engineer found that the CO2 level was above 2800ppm he would advise the person responsible for the installation to open windows and doors and shut down appliances until the level has settled below 2800ppm.

If this was achieved, the installation would be considered ‘At Risk’ under the Gas Industry Unsafe Situations Procedure and the person responsible would have to sign to say that they took responsibility.

If it was not possible to reduce the CO2 levels below 2800ppm, then the installation would be considered ‘Immediately Dangerous’ under GIUSP and the engineer would have to turn off the supply and report the installation. This was a common sense approach which erred on the side of safety.

The wording of TB140 is similar to that in CAIS 23(1), however the flow chart which is appendix 1 now introduces a second ceiling of 5000ppm at which an installation automatically becomes ‘Immediately Dangerous’.

This suggests that anything between 2800 and 5000ppm cannot be ‘Immediately Dangerous’ and is therefore ‘At Risk’. This could be interpreted by a caterer as OK to carry on using once the engineer has left the premises. The CEDA Technical Steering Group considers this to be misleading and could lead to unsafe situations.

CEDA and colleagues from CESA have registered their concern about the bulletin with Gas Safe Register and asked for it to be withdrawn until a clearer document can be published. Gas Safe Register has stated that they cannot just withdraw the bulletin, but they have agreed to convene a meeting to hear the concerns and hopefully act upon them.”

Full story can be found Here

Gas Safe Crackdown

15 commercial kitchens in the Hampshire district of Hart have been closed this summer after council inspectors found they had gas leaks or unsafe gas appliances.

Hart District Council began a project in May to identify unsafe gas appliances and pipework in catering establishments across the district.

Figures released by the council suggest local food outlets are in dire need of help from suppliers and distributors to ensure they are complying with the latest gas guidelines when using commercial catering equipment.




Out of 50 inspections of gas appliances that have now taken place, eight premises were closed by the Gas Emergency Service due to gas leaks. Another seven were closed either voluntarily or through the service of a prohibition notice.

Six improvement notices were also served where equipment was found to be ‘at risk’.

In addition, two unregistered gas engineers were found to be working in the area and another two were working on appliances for which they were not qualified.

The number of companies failing gas inspections is particularly concerning given that all commercial catering premises were written to before the inspections took place, informing them of the campaign and their obligations to make sure that gas installations and appliances were safe.

Councillor John Kennett, portfolio holder for community safety, licensing and environmental health, said: “The Council prefers to guide and educate kitchen operators about ensuring that their equipment poses no dangers but when they take no notice of advisory letters then we have a duty, to both employees and members of the public, to ensure that premises are safe.”


Visits were carried out in conjunction with Gas Safe engineers with prohibition notices being served where appliances were considered immediately dangerous.