Home dishwashers are too slow, too delicate and too small for commercial work. In addition to almost always necessitating pre-washing systems, the small capacity and limited cleaning capability makes them wholly inadequate for even small catering and restaurant operations. But what is one to do when it comes to a professional commercial dishwasher? Such dishwashers are not created equal, and the amount of time, labor and hassle saved by a good one makes it worth its cost. A bad one will be as bad, if not worse, than not having one at all. So how does one avoid getting a bum deal samsung dishwasher repair pasadena?
The first thing is to determine what sort of commercial washer you will need. Volume is of the utmost importance. If you know that you will be cleaning a large amount of dishes in a short amount of time, you will need a large, likely line-style machine which can clean continuously as dishes are fed in. Restaurants and catering companies that tend to focus more on single events can get away with a unit that merely cleans large batches, saving money on the machine by buying a smaller one and running it longer. Before purchasing a commercial washer, it is also a smart idea to map out and measure your kitchen’s cleaning area. Getting a unit that is too large or too small to fit into existing facilities may incur extra costs, as will any differences in water and electricity hookups.
When purchasing a used unit, it is important to inspect for damage. Most common is rust, followed by damage to the electrical systems by leakage. Rust may or may not be fatal, often superficial rust can be eliminated by replacing rusted panels or parts with stainless steel equivalents. Electrical damage, however, is often intractable and will necessitate the replacement of extensive parts of the machine. Therefore one should not purchase a used machine with known electrical problems unless they are willing and able to make repairs or order extensive replacement parts. Water leakage problems are likewise difficult to fix, although replacing rubber O-rings may ameliorate or solve the problem.
It is important to treat commercial washing machines with respect since the increased power, heat and water pressure they use can lead to injury. Persons operating the machine should be well trained and attentive so that they do not get scalded. Additionally, the machine should be inspected regularly for leaks. Leaky pipes can lead to considerable wasted water, in addition to damage to floor grout, nearby drywall and other problems. Machines which are leaking, damaged or appear to have other problems should be maintenance immediately, since small problems can become big ones quickly when dealing with so much heat and pressure.