Problem Solvers for Medical Facilities: Dietary


While all kitchens must maintain a sanitary environment, kitchens in medical facilities must pay extra attention to sanitization because many of their diners are immune-compromised.
By West Gary | Posted: Dec 03, 2012 | Views: 2417

Most medical institutions have a fully staffed kitchen to prepare meals for patients and staff. While all kitchens must maintain a sanitary environment, kitchens in medical facilities must pay extra attention to sanitization because many of their diners are immune-compromised.

Soda MachineProblem — Drains located at sinks, ice machines, soda fountains, and coffee stations must remain free flowing, odor-free, and drain-fly free.

Solution Drain Ox can chemically devour organic compounds, biofilms, slime, carbonated syrups, and coffee tars easily, keeping these drain lines open, odor-free, and drain-fly free.

Problem — Kitchen surfaces, ovens, grills, dishes, utensils, counters, floors, and tables must be cleaned and sanitized to the highest standards.

Solution — Powerful cleaners, disinfectants, and sanitizers must be employed to combat the invasion of soils and microbial contaminants.

 

Warewash Oven/Grill Cleaner Surface/Floor Cleaner Surface Sanitizer
Sun Up (manual) Hurricane Lemon Ensign First Mate Conc. (dilute 1:213)
4-Clor (machine) Nox Smoke II Dash First Mate RTU
Glisten (rinse aid)     First Mate Wipes
First Mate Conc. (sanitizer)      

 

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