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#1 Claudia_QP

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Posted 21 July 2011 - 05:14 PM

I am facing a cleaning dilemma. I have an egg grader machine (http://www.diamondsy...m/page/3969.htm), normally we disassemble the machine once in a while for cleaning, since certain sections (Number 8 to 12 in image) can not get wet.

In a few months, production is going to increase, so we wont have time to do that. So, I thought that maybe there are some methods for drycleaning? The food contact surface is stainless steel.
I contacted with the machine supplier and they have no idea how to clean it either. In addition to this, they say that the warranty is lost if we get wet that part of the machine.

Does anyone has any experience with dry cleaning?



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Posted 09 August 2011 - 07:26 AM

To begin, how did you decide the cleaning frequency of the machine? What is the risk of not cleaning?





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Posted 10 August 2011 - 12:07 PM

I am facing a cleaning dilemma. I have an egg grader machine (http://www.diamondsy...m/page/3969.htm), normally we disassemble the machine once in a while for cleaning, since certain sections (Number 8 to 12 in image) can not get wet.

In a few months, production is going to increase, so we wont have time to do that. So, I thought that maybe there are some methods for drycleaning? The food contact surface is stainless steel.
I contacted with the machine supplier and they have no idea how to clean it either. In addition to this, they say that the warranty is lost if we get wet that part of the machine.

Does anyone has any experience with dry cleaning?


We use a product called Sani-Sense to clean control panels and any other Food Contact Surface we can not wet clean.Phone # 1-800-647-7180 Good Luck, Ray

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Posted 10 August 2011 - 12:08 PM

We use a product called Sani-Sense to clean control panels and any other Food Contact Surface we can not wet clean.Phone # 1-800-647-7180 Good Luck, Ray



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Posted 24 May 2012 - 07:06 AM

I am facing a cleaning dilemma. I have an egg grader machine (http://www.diamondsy...m/page/3969.htm), normally we disassemble the machine once in a while for cleaning, since certain sections (Number 8 to 12 in image) can not get wet.

In a few months, production is going to increase, so we wont have time to do that. So, I thought that maybe there are some methods for drycleaning? The food contact surface is stainless steel.
I contacted with the machine supplier and they have no idea how to clean it either. In addition to this, they say that the warranty is lost if we get wet that part of the machine.

Does anyone has any experience with dry cleaning?


A dry clean is generally when spots and cleansing is accomplished not through use of water but with a favorable. This favorable is used in the place of water to melt spots through a substance process.






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