The i-rinse is the latest technology from i-milk to be released into the Australian specialty coffee scene. A hands-free option to traditional milk jug rinsers, the i-rinse is super easy to use and programmed to help baristas spend less time rinsing their milk jugs and more time preparing the next espresso shot or steaming milk.
The i-rinse uses automatic, hands-free, weight-based technology which senses when a milk jug is placed on the jug rest. Programmed for different jug sizes, the i-rinse will spray a specific amount of water for a small jug,and a larger amount for a larger jug. If your jug isn’t washed sufficiently the first time, simply tap the jug once to begin the rinse process again.
The i-rinse is fully retrofittable into your bench, and can be placed in an existing hole from a previous milk pitcher rinser. Simply place the i-rinse in your bench and attach to the mains water supply, the power supply, and your drain. As well as being easy to install, the i-rinse can be cleaned by simply lifting off the jug rest and cleaning the inside of the rinser before placing the jug rest back on.
With the i-rinse, there is no need to press down on the jug to activate a mechanism, or wait for the jug to be fully rinsed before you can start another task – simply place the jug on the jug rest and it will be cleaned for you when you’re ready to steam your milk.
– Hands-free jug washer
– Easy to use and install
– Automatic rinsing
– No pressing or holding needed
– No jamming water spouts
– Smart sense rinse times
– 1.5 second rinse for small jugs, and slightly longer rinse for larger jugs
– Gives the ultimate rinse, every time
– Simply tap the jug for a second rinse
– Quick action stop function
– Lift the jug to stop a rinse
– Easy cleaning – simply remove the jug rest
– Faster service in your cafe
– Bench cut out: 145mm x 180mm*
– Clearance under bench: 200mm
– Mains water connection: 1/2 BSP Male with isolation valve
– Shares the coffee machine’s waste outlet
– Power: 10A/230V
*We recommend you always receive your rinser before cutting into benchtop.
See the I-Rinse in action in the video below: