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DISH DETERGENT
pages 135-137
Measuring Cups • Ice Handling
Kitchen Supplies
A.
Bouncer
®
Measuring Cups
Clear, break-resistant plastic. Commercial dishwasher safe. Temperature
range: -40°F/-40°C to 212°F/100°C. Withstands freezer cold and steam-
cleaning heat. Measurement markings are hot-stamped in red for U.S.,
blue for metric. Certified to NSF/USDA Standard #2. USDA Meat & Poultry
Equipment Group Listed.
No.
Capacity
Each
RCP 3210 CLE
1-cup
RCP 3215 CLE
1-pint
RCP 3216 CLE
1-qt.
RCP 3217 CLE
2-qt.
RCP 3218 CLE
4-qt.
B.
Saf-T-Scoop
®
& Guardian System
for Ice Machines
A revolutionary design that makes filling ice totes safer, faster and
easier. Saf-T-Scoop
®
allows mounding of ice without spilling, reducing
the number of scoops to fill ice totes by up to 50%. Ergonomically angled
handle provides outstanding balance and comfort. Angled chute directs
ice right into the ice tote. Guardian provides safe, dedicated scoop storage
and mounts inside or outside of the ice bins with included wireforms
and hardware. Durable polycarbonate construction, dishwasher safe.
NSF Listed.
SAN SI9000
Each
C.
Saf-T-Ice
®
Snap-Tight Lid
Keep your ice protected during transport with the lid designed especially
for the Saf-T-Ice
®
tote. Perfect for locations, including portable bars to fill
small service bins, remote or outdoor catering and customer areas such as
restaurants, bars or pool side.
SAN SI6500
Each
D.
Original Saf-T-Ice
®
Tote
Saf-T-Ice
®
tote is ideal for safe ice transport. Provides high capacity
carrying (25-lbs. when filled). HACCP Hanger
keeps tote at waist-height
to minimize back injuries. Tri-Grip
design allows for handling overhead at
or below waist. Handi-Hook
makes sanitary storage easy.
SAN SI6000
Each
A
B
C
D
A California utility company
promotes energy efficiency ideas
for the commercial foodservice kitchen;
many of these ideas apply to any space.
Consider two simple tips relating to
hot water systems. Insulate the pipes
distributing hot water through the
facility. The utility company’s case-study
casual dining restaurant used about
2000 gallons of hot water a day, and
$20 worth of foam insulation saved
more than $300 per year in energy to
heat the water tank.
http://www.fishnick.com/saveenergy/greensheets/