You have spent a lot of money on your catering equipment the last thing you want is to see it damaged. Here are 5 simple steps to protect your catering equipment.
Don’t Leave Catering Equipment Lying Around
Always put your catering equipment away after you have used it as if you leave it lying around then there could be a risk it could get damaged and it might not work as well again. If you leave you catering equipment out you could be also running the risk of one of your staff tripping over it and it could cause people to seriously hurt themselves.
Keep Your Catering Equipment Clean After Each Use
If you keep your catering equipment clean after each use then it will continue to give you good service where as if you don’t keep it clean it will get very dirty and start to rust which will cause your equipment not to function properly and it could even brake and cost you more money to replace it.
Make Sure All Blades Are Very Sharp
Always keep your catering blades sharp as a sharp blade will cut better and give you better results where as if you don’t keep your catering blades sharp they will not perform as well and they will take a long time to cut things and they may not cut anything at all and they may start to wear away.
Don’t Let Your Equipment Overheat
Make sure that all your catering equipment has enough room to breath as otherwise they will get too hot and they may even malfunction or worse still stop working where as if you give it enough room to get air it will keep it cool and it wont overheat.
Make Sure Your Ventilation Fans Are Kept Clean And Tidy
Ensure that your ventilation fans are kept clean and tidy and free from clutter as this could cause them to safety cut out and not keep the place cool where as if you keep it clear from clutter you are keeping your catering kitchen cool and making sure that it is not getting too hot which will give you a better working environment.