AUTOMATIC DISH WASHER DETERGENT
A highly effective liquid dish washer detergent which is designed to remove the heaviest grease, starch, sauces and other organic soils from crockery, cutlery and catering utensils in commercial kitchens; suitable for use in most water conditions. Caution: Not suitable for aluminium pots, pans or utensils. Diluted product is safe to use on stainless steel utensils.
Product Name: POWERMATIC
Description: Automatic dish washer detergent
Pack Size: 1x5lt and 20lt
HOW TO USE
Suitable for use in most water conditions, it is auto-dosed into the machine. For best results, ensure the machine wash temperature is between 60-65°C. The following best practices are clearly shown on our Guide to Good Dishwashing wall chart.
FACTORS IMPACTING ON DISHWASHING RESULTS
Scrape all food debris from plates ensuring heavily soiled items are pre-rinsed prior to washing.
Empty solid debris like cocktail sticks, fruit peel, pips, tea bags, paper etc. from cups and place them upside down.
Always rack items of the same size together so none are hidden from wash jets.
Fill the racks evenly and not too tightly. Do not mix sizes and make sure they are spaced apart.
Ensure the baskets are filled to capacity to minimise breakages. Mix cutlery in baskets to avoid items sticking together and stack with handles facing down.
Larger pots and pans should be washed by hand unless there is a dedicated pot-wash machine.
Always allow crockery to air dry – never use a tea towel as it may harbour harmful bacteria – stand glasses on drip mats to air dry.
Remember to dump the machine wash water after each session and refill with fresh water.
Check and clean the filter trays after each session and ensure the wash and rinse jets are free of debris or scale.
If required, descale the machine regularly with an acidic machine descaler.
DISHWASHER CLEANING OPERATION
Switch off machine at the mains supply, not just on the machine, and then open the drain plugs to empty completely. Remove the curtains and clean down with a degreaser/sanitiser.
Remove the wash/rinse arms and scrap trays, clean out all debris and scale, and then thoroughly clean out the inside of the machine with a degreaser/sanitiser and rinse down thoroughly.
Finally, replace scrap trays, wash and rinse arms and curtains, shut doors and switch on to allow the machine to heat up to the correct working temperature.
DANGER Causes severe skin burns and eye damage. May be corrosive to metals. Wear protective gloves, protective clothing and eye or face protection. IF ON SKIN (or hair): Remove immediately all contaminated clothing. Rinse skin with water. IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing. Immediately call a POISON CENTER or doctor. Absorb spillage to prevent material damage.
COSHH is a law that requires all employers to take steps to control substances (chemicals) that may cause harm to employees, contractors and visitors to the workplace. Every work environment will be different in terms of the hazardous chemicals that are present, and how these are used, and individual assessments may be necessary to consider how chemicals can be handled and stored safely, in addition to ensuring that appropriate PPE and training is provided for employees. Product SDS and Product Guidance Sheets are intended to help when carrying out a COSHH assessment.