While wear and tear is unavoidable, it can be kept to a minimum if you maintain it. You’ve invested a lot of money in this equipment, so don’t throw it down the drain by not looking after it properly. When you buy the catering equipment, make sure you get a qualified technician to install it. Check his credentials too, as some will claim they know how to install certain appliances when they aren’t actually qualified to do the correct safety procedures required by the manufacturer. Even though you’ve just splashed out on the catering equipment itself, you’ll be protecting this investment by spending that little bit more to get it installed professionally. Plus, you’ll have the peace of mind that the machinery is safe to use.
Regular cleaning of catering equipment can be boring, but it’s essential. It should be cleared out and cleaned regularly to remove grease and stop bacteria from forming. Cleaning the components regularly, such as filters and compressors, is just as important too.
Cleaned catering equipment will not only make you feel better, but it’ll lead to a much nicer working environment for your staff too.