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					Selecting The Right Food Cleaning Equipment

When choosing a pressure cleaner for your business, there are a few features to look
for. In addition, there are several different types of pressure cleaners that you may
want to consider for use in your food cleaning business. Let's take a quick look at
some of the types of equipment as well as some points to look for.

 - There are several features to look for when purchasing a pressure cleaner. Look for
equipment that is known to be user friendly and low maintenance and for cleaners
with a triplex ceramic plunger pump and a frame that is powder-coated to prevent
corrosion. Low noise operation is another plus. Make sure that the pressure cleaner
you purchase comes with a warranty.

 - Cold water pressure washers are one type of food cleaning equipment used in the
food cleaning industry. Built to clean and sanitise food areas, many models are easy
to use and require little maintenance. Most come with a ceramic plunger pump.

 - Hot water pressure washers use hot water to clean and sanitise. They're effective
at removing particularly hard-to-remove substances such as oils, grime and grease.
Most models will use an electric motor and a stainless steel diesel boiler to heat the
water to the correct temperature. Look for hot pressure washers with powder-
coated frames and triplex ceramic plunger pumps to prevent corrosion and to
instead, ensure longevity.

- Hot water pressure washers with a high temperature pump clean and sanitise at
extremely high temperatures. Many of these pressure washers are designed to clean
at temperatures of up to 85 degrees Celsius for maximum sanitation.

When you're looking for new food cleaning equipment or need to upgrade old
equipment, it's absolutely critical that you make the right choice. Not only does it
need to do the job, the equipment you purchase also needs to comply with all
industry standards. It's always a good idea to do some research before-hand to
determine which food cleaning equipment would best suit your cleaning needs in
order to save money as well as to ensure that you make the right buy.

About the Author
Steamaster, run by Managing Director Tam Le, has been in business since 1959.
Always innovating, Steamaster listens to customer suggestions and uses them to
improve and move forward. For further information and to view their complete line
of cleaning services, visit http://steamaster.com.au/

				
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Description: When choosing a pressure cleaner for your business, there are a few features to look for. In addition, there are several different types of pressure cleaners that you may want to consider for use in your food cleaning business. Let's take a quick look at some of the types of equipment as well as some points to look for.