All kinds of nasties can be found lurking in your ice machine if you don’t keep up with regular cleaning. Mold, slime, and scale are just some of the common contaminants we see in ice machines that are neglected. We identify these contaminants and show you how to prevent and clean them.
Having a clean ice bin is imperative when trying to maintain a sanitary ice supply. A dirty ice bin can attract mold and slime that will cost you if it ends up in someone’s drink or noticed by a health inspector. In this article, we show you how to clean your ice machine and keep it sanitary between preventive maintenance visits.
Ice can become contaminated just like food. To prevent accidental food-borne illness, it important to practice proper ice handling techniques and keep your ice machine sanitary with regular cleanings. In this article, we show you how to keep your ice supply clean and avoid a damaging health violation.
Mold and slime have the potential to grow in any area where yeast and moisture are present. For this reason, ice machines need extra special care to stay within health codes. In this article, we’ll discuss the environmental conditions that lead to mold and slime growth and what you can do to prevent or clean mold and slime in your ice machine.
Hospitals and other healthcare facilities are held to a higher standard when it comes to providing a sanitary ice supply. Patients are more susceptible to infection and require the gold standard when it comes to cleanliness. We break down the best sanitizer for your hospital ice machine and how you can get one through our all-inclusive ice machine subscription.