How to effectively maintain the ice machine?

1.Exterior cleaning

The external environment of the ice machine must be kept clean. Do not accumulate debris, provide sufficient space for ventilation and heat dissipation, and clear dead corners. The quick-detachable dust-proof filter should be cleaned in time: the outer shell should be wiped frequently, and a certain proportion of neutral disinfectant can be used for cleaning. The water filter device should be replaced and cleaned in time

The Snowman ice machine has an all-stainless steel shell body, which is beautiful and stable and easy to clean. Just wipe it clean and the appearance will be as clean as new.

  1. Internal cleaning

The dead corners of the ice tray should be cleaned with a special brush; the ice shovel should be disinfected frequently, and edible acid can be used to disinfect it. Pay special attention to the handle: clean the sink and water pipes, and remove scale: clean the inside of the ice bucket, the bottom of the bucket and Wipe clean both sides. Flip the sliding door. The blind corners of the facade and sides, as well as the slide rails, must be cleaned with disinfectant. The entrance and exit of the ice machine must be clean. (The first few discharges of ice should be thrown away after cleaning.) The design of the pipe filtration and water pump filter can also effectively filter impurities, making the incoming water purer, ensuring that the water system of the ice machine remains clean for a long time, saving time on maintenance. . During normal maintenance, it is also very necessary to clean these two filters. Don’t forget it.

Double filtration protection makes the ice crystal clear, and the water inlet filter and water pump filter design effectively filter out turbid and defective ice.

Develop ice making operating specifications and maintenance plans. Making ice according to the standard operation can effectively avoid ice contamination: distinguish between daily and regular maintenance items, and establish a hygiene responsibility system. Nip food safety issues in the bud.