RACV Noosa Resort
RACV Resort sees glassware sparkle like magic thanks to M-iQ
RACV Noosa Resort is top-scoring on TripAdvisor, Booking.com and this star of Australia’s ‘Sunshine Coast’ also receives an ‘Exceptional’ rating and a 100 % guest recommendation from lastminute.com.au
After working for some six months with a new dishwasher, RACV Noosa Resort Food and Beverage Manager, Danny Cannon, wrote to Ian Hopper FCSI, the consultant who recommended the new machine to say: “While I am sure many are quick to criticise and slow to praise...."
“I just wanted to say thank you for your recommendation towards the MEIKO Rack Conveyor Dishwasher. True to your word, I have yet to polish a single glass that has gone through the machine since December!”
Sent: Friday, 3 June 2016 9:21 AM
Hopper’s company, KHI International, specialises in consulting for food, beverage, laundry and waste management installations. Based in Brisbane Australia, KHI works globally with projects across Australia, in China and the Middle East.
Hopper recommended a MEIKO M-iQ rack conveyor dishwasher fitted with GiO reverse osmosis, the water treatment system invented by and unique to MEIKO, which effectively gives a ‘hand polished’ finish to glassware and cutlery as it leaves the final rinse.
Danny Cannon explains, “After researching a range of brands, along with site visits to Melbourne to see these machines in operation, it was clear that MEIKO was a superior and well regarded product. We are a regional property, operating 365 days a year and need a reliable product when selecting any equipment in operational outlets.”
Improvements in ventilation and handling meant the M-iQ was “…much cooler to work alongside, less noisy, with easy daily set up.” There are also, “Additional savings by not having to polish glassware anymore and an occupational health and safety benefit is seeing less cuts from staff polishing glassware.”
Situated on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, northern Australia, Noosa Resort is family oriented, with two heated lagoon pools and two water slides. The local beaches have a worldwide reputation for surfing and the cycle-friendly area also features a conservation park and golf course.
For clients who want their glasses and dishes to sparkle, improving the water quality is essential – and that calls for demineralisation or osmosis.
Water does not always behave the same way when we clean with it. Some of the minerals it contains can inhibit performance by leaving those familiar ugly and unappetising smears on cutlery and glasses. In dishwashers they may deposit a fur commonly known as limescale.