2019年92午夜视频福利

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  • Sanitation & Safety Equipment

    Browse our articles on sanitation and safety equipment and find primers on a wide variety of specific product categories, including articles on how to specify, when to replace, energy efficiency and much more.

    Ventilation Equipment: An Overview

    Ventilation systems situated over cook lines remove cooking heat, effluent and odors. This engineered system includes several components, but exhaust hoods are typically placed over the cook line and in the dishwashing area. The size and shape vary depending on the equipment underneath. Consider federal and local codes when specifying this equipment.

    Don't forget the Add-Ons

    From water filtration to ground faults, foodservice operators should plan for systems and components that impact equipment performance.

    THE Quarterly Product Knowledge Guide: Ventilation Systems

    Situated over cook lines, ventilation systems remove cooking heat, effluent and odors.

    Type I ventilation systems are grease rated for positioning over grease-producing appliances, including ranges, griddles, fryers and charbroilers. Type II or B units, also called vapor hoods, are designated to handle heat and steam over dishwashers and some oven types.

    Purchasing an Oil-Filtration System

    Oil is the most expensive food product in the kitchen. The customers buy products cooked in oil, and at the end of the oil life, operators recycle or throw away the used shortening. Filtering plays an important role in getting the most from an operation’s fryer oil.

    THE Quarterly Product Knowledge Guide: Power Sinks

    Also called agitating sinks, power sinks tackle food soil with hot, soapy water and agitation to clean pots and pans, eliminating about 90 percent of the hand scrubbing typically needed. It’s important to note that these units do not serve as garbage disposals, so staff need to pre-scrape items prior to placing the wares in the wash tank.

    Three Signs It’s Time to Replace a Power Sink

    Structural leaks: Leaks from the stainless structure and not from drain fittings signify a sink will need replacing. If the leak comes from a drain fitting, it is most likely a seal leak that can be repaired by a plumber. If leaking is from the stainless structure, including the corners, bottom of the bowl or where the sink bowls meets drain boards, replace the sink.

    2019年92午夜视频福利

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