Cleaning and Sanitizing Process

Food can easily be contaminated if you don’t keep your facility and equipment clean and sanitized. Surfaces that touch food must be cleaned and sanitized the right way and at the right time. Cleaning removes food and other dirt from a surface. Sanitizing reduces pathogens on a surface to safe levels.

What is cleaning?

Cleaning is the complete removal of food soil using appropriate detergent chemicals under recommended conditions. It is important that personnel involved have a working understanding of the nature of the different types of food soil and the chemistry of its removal.

What is sanitizing?

Sanitizing is the process of reducing the number of microorganisms that are on a properly cleaned surface to a safe level.

4 procedures in cleaning and sanitizing:

  • First, clean the surface.
  • Second, rinse the surface.
  • Third, sanitize the surface.
  • Fourth, allow the surface to air-dry.

we can use portable sink to do the cleaning and sanitizing. Portable sink offers a complete mobility and ease.

How a Portable Sink Works

Simply fill the Fresh Water Tank with clean water and plug in the electric cord. When you turn the faucet handle the pump forces Hot or Cold water through the faucet. Unused water in the sink drains into the Waste Water Tank.