Let Grease Guardian Be The Solution for You!!
You have done your homework and have purchased and installed your brand new stainless-steel Grease Guardian X series. Now what?
It is important that you make sure you build some simple maintenance habits into your food establishments daily kitchen routine. Whether it is you or your kitchen staff, a few quick and daily steps will ensure you keep your equipment running smoothly for years to come. These steps are made to be quick and simple. Our goal is for you to focus on your restaurant, not your grease interceptor.
When going through these steps, please be sure to turn off all the fixtures that run through the interceptor.
Emptying the Strainer Basket
The goal is to limit the number of food solids that go down the drain. Cleaning your pots, plates, and trays thoroughly over a trash can will ensure that your grease interceptor runs efficiently.
Point Source Grease Guardians all come standard with our unique “dry” strainer basket. The unique design of this
strainer allows it to sit above the water line, allowing the captured solids to drip dry.
Simply turn the hatch door to reveal the solids strainer. Be sure to rotate the strainer to allow for any excess liquid to drain. Remove the strainer and empty into an appropriate bin. Return the strainer to the machine. It is that simple!
Empty the Grease Collection Bucket and Clean Wiper Blade
After each cycle, you will find the skimmed and removed grease waste in the grease container attached to the machine. When completed, you will need to remove the grease container and dispose of its contents appropriately.
While the container is removed be sure to remove the wiper blade from the side slot and wipe with a paper towel. Removing any excess grease from the blade will allow the machine to continue to skim efficiently.
Upon completion, simply put the wiper blade back in place and properly fix the grease container back to the machine. Following these 3 simple steps will ensure your equipment will run efficiently and better protect your buildings internal plumbing.
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