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Maintaining a Sanitary and Safe Frozen Yogurt Machine

September 15th, 2016

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Frozen Desserts Machine Maintenance

One of the biggest challenges for a frozen yogurt business is keeping their machines clean and running smoothly. However, if you are meticulous with maintenance, you can avoid the stress of a broken or unsanitary machine! Also, if you do proper care regularly on your machines, you can increase the life of them so you can avoid spending money on replacing or fixing them. With a regular checkup, you can avoid breaking scraper blades, wearing out the O-rings, prevent ice buildup, and other problems that could damage the machine over time.

Lubricate: Lubricating the parts of your machine that are constantly moving is important to ensure that it keeps working smoothly. Be sure to run regular maintenance checks on this. It is also important to note that you should only use food grade sanitary lubricant. Some people may use petroleum jelly but this can cause your machine to break, contaminate your product, and damage the machine. This will result in costly repairs or replacements and potential health code violations.

Basic Cleaning Tips:

Always turn your machine off and allow the product inside to soften.

Use warm water to rinse out the machine and the various hoses and parts.

Always use the sanitizer the manufacturer of your machines recommends. These cleaning agents usually come pre-mixed or need to be diluted; usually a 2:1 ratio is the recommended dose.

Never forgot to focus on small parts such as star caps and cylinders because these can store bacteria. Use smaller brushes to make sure you can get in the nooks and crannies.

Always let your parts and machines air dry before using again.

Overall, regular maintenance on your machines is the most important thing you can do for your frozen desserts business. Your product will taste better, your machines will run smoother and last longer, and you will avoid potential violations of health codes and pest control certifications.

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