Having trouble removing and cleaning the carbon and soil from your restaurant kitchen equipment? Our Deep Soak Cleaning System removes the grease and carbon deposits and provides a labor-saving and cost-effective cleaning solution for the food service and food retail markets.
Why Deep Soak Cleaning?
Today’s healthier cooking ingredients are creating new buildups of grease and carbon that get baked onto cooking utensils and are difficult to remove. These buildups require more labor to clean – and labor is one of the biggest expenses in the food service industry. Equipment like baking and pizza pans, grill vent filters, pots, skewers and utensils all present difficult cleaning challenges. To get these items cleaned and back in service, people are spending extra scrub time at the end of the the day, using harsh cleaners, or even hiring expensive outside contractors to clean their equipment. Deep Soak Cleaning removes the grease and carbon deposits overnight, without scrubbing or dangerous chemicals.
What is Deep Soak Cleaning?
The DSC system utilizes two key components to deliver safe, labor free cleaning. The first is a rugged, plastic, 35-gallon mobile soak tank designed to integrate seamlessly into the kitchen environment. The second is a unique blend of surfactants in a non-corrosive cleaning concentrate that removes grease and carbon buildups at room temperature and stays active for up to 30 days!
Here is how the DSC sytem works:
The user fills the tank with 30 gallons of water and adds 2.5 gallons of metal-safe DSC Cleaner concentrate. After use or at the end of the day, the dirty equipment and utensils are placed onto the ‘Touchless Immersion’ stainless steel rack, and lowered into the DSC cleaning solution. The next morning, the rack is raised , the equipment removed from the tank, and any remaining soil is rinsed off. It’s that easy! Repeat the next night or cycle in different equipment during the day.
After 30 days of use, drain the tank using the built-in valve and rinse out the dirt. Fill the tank with fresh water and a new bottle of cleaner concentrate, and you’re ready for another 30 days of Deep Soak Cleaning!
How to Clean Your Filters using a Hood Filter Soak Cart
Depending on cooking volume, you will want to clean your baffle grease filters monthly, weekly or even daily.
Prepare the hood filter soak cart by filling it with hot water and then add your degreaser of choice. Usually the amount is one (1) cup granular or four (4) ounces of liquid per one gallon of water used. Be sure to check the instructions on the cleaner.
Carefully remove the grease filters from the exhaust hood. Wipe excess grease from the hood filters using a clean paper towel. Finally, place the filters into the soak tank and be sure to fully immerse the filter in the solution. Repeat this process for all remaining filters. Most people will soak the grease filters overnight and then run them through the dish machine the next morning. However, you can decide on a process that works best for you.
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