There’s always the possibility of springing a leak when making ice in your Kansas City business because water is being used. Ice machines usually leak from a few common places, most of which aren’t even the machine itself. We’ll help you identify common causes of leaks, why your machine might be leaking, and what to do when you have an ice maker leaking.
Many people don’t think of ice as a potential health safety issue. However, ice is considered to be a food according to the FDA, so a dirty ice maker can lead to big code violations in both Kansas and Missouri. This means that there needs to be the same consideration for ice that there is for food when it comes to contamination and safety. Learn how to keep your ice machine as clean as possible and avoid a dirty, contaminated ice supply.
It’s important to keep ice machines clean so that customers or employees can have safe, sanitary ice. In order to clean a Hoshizaki ice maker properly and avoid health code violations, it requires both disinfecting and sanitizing. Going above and beyond when taking care of your machine will help keep your ice supply safe and ready for use.
If you need a larger ice maker but don’t have the space to accommodate it, consider a stackable ice machine unit. These machines can be placed on top of one another, to increase your ice cube production just as a high-volume ice machine would. We show you the pros and cons to owning a stackable ice machine.