Service Insights: Evaluating Equipment Following a Flood, Ventilation Service and More

Service Insights from Foodservice Equipment & Supplies

September 13, 2011

How to Evaluate Foodservice Equipment Following a Flood

Failure to properly evaluate foodservice equipment following a flood can cost operators twice as much time and money to resume business operations. In this article, a former service agent shares his experience in this area pertaining to refrigeration equipment, gas equipment and more.

CFESA’s Maintenance Tips for Microwaves

Here are six easy steps to ensure a productive service life for a microwave.

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Fill your Cook & Hold before you leave at night and you’ll start the next day with perfectly roasted and held meat. Uses only $1 Alto-Shaam of electricity per load with no ventilation needed. And it never calls in sick.

The Importance of Ventilation and Exhaust Service

With foodservice operators looking at every dollar, there is a tendency to prolong or forego necessary maintenance and service. In the case of ventilation and exhaust systems, this mistake may not only be costly, but could also be deadly.

Lessons Learned from the Health Inspector

In this free webcast, our panelists share their experiences and expertise associated with passing health inspections. If passing health inspections is of concern to you or your customers, this is one webcast you won’t want to miss.

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A Look Ahead to 2012

Uneven performance, unit remodels, mergers and acquisitions and healthy eating are all among the factors that will continue to shape the performance of the foodservice industry in 2012.

Kool Star to Relocate Factory and Expand Lines

Walk-in refrigeration manufacturer Kool Star, a division of the Standex Refrigeration Solutions Group, announced plans to relocate its panel manufacturing plant to New Albany, Miss., from Nogales, Mexico. In addition, Kool Star announced plans to expand its self-contained and rack refrigeration system lines.

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