FOOD SERVICE/COMMERCIAL KITCHEN CLEANING

Restaurants and other sustenance administration foundations face novel business kitchen cleaning difficulties. By their very nature, kitchens produce high volumes of oily soils that are hard to expel. Similarly as terrible, these dirts are followed through eating territories, bathrooms and throughout the office. The outcomes can be exorbitant, including lost business, risky slip-and-fall mishaps and more.

STOP THE MOP

Unfortunately, most business kitchen cleaning is performed utilizing deficient devices, similar to mops, that basically spread soils, contaminants and oil around, expelling practically nothing. What’s more, they’re horrendously slow.

STOP SPREADING AND START REMOVING

For more than 15 years, Kaivac has been helping cafés and other sustenance administration providers maintain, perfect, protected and sound offices that keep their workers safe and their clients coming back.

Winner of the Kitchen Innovations 2012 Award exhibited by the National Restaurant Association

Kaivac’s frameworks consolidate the most recent soil expulsion innovation, making them perfect for business kitchen cleaning. Actually, logical investigations show them to be up to multiple times more successful at diminishing bacterial tainting than mops, which are bound to spread contaminants than evacuate them.  Plus, they guarantee crisp arrangements and clean wash water, keeping cross sullying from bathrooms to kitchens.

DON’T DRIVE CUSTOMERS AWAY

A late Harris Poll showed that 68 percent of café benefactors wouldn’t come back to an eatery with grimy floors. Furthermore, bathrooms fared even worse.  86 percent of U.S. grown-ups compare the tidiness of an eatery’s bathroom with the neatness of its kitchen. The study likewise uncovered that 75 percent of U.S. grown-ups would not come back to a café with grimy restrooms.

REDUCE THE RISK OF SLIP-AND-FALL ACCIDENTS

Grease and different contaminants coat kitchen tiles, making an unsanitary and regularly perilously smooth surface to deal with. In addition, these oily soils likewise advance toward the front of the house too.

According to the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI), 55% of all slip-and-fall mishaps are straightforwardly brought about by the floor. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) indentified floors and deck materials as immediate supporters of in excess of 2 million slip-and-fall wounds every year. What’s more, a solitary case can cost a foundation a huge number of dollars. Kaivac’s frameworks have been confirmed by NFSI for giving high traction.

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  • Kaivac Receives Kitchen Innovation Award from the National Restaurant AssociationHamilton, OH –   February 9, 2012 – The National Restaurant Association has recently declared the beneficiaries of their 2012 Kitchen Innovations Award™ displayed by the National Restaurant Association’s Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show set for its new dates, May 5-8 at Chicago’s McCormick Place. This respect is granted in acknowledgment of front line gear intended for the foodservice market. An autonomous, master board of judges included universally perceived sustenance offices advisors, multiunit administrators, and plan specialists was accused of picking the current year’s KI Award recipients. The judges searched for creative hardware that improves quality, profitability, administration, and maintainability in the eatery industry. Among the Kitchen Innovation Award beneficiaries this year is Kaivac, Inc., who got the respect in acknowledgment of their OmniFlex™ Dispense-and-Vac System. The OmniFlex framework apportions crisp cleaning answer for floors.  A brush head is utilized as expected to release and expel soils and contaminants, which are then altogether evacuated utilizing the framework’s wet/dry vacuum. According to the judges, floors are left totally dry in the wake of being cleaned utilizing this new innovation, making them accessible for prompt use by representatives and customers. “This is a serious respect,” says Matt Morrison, Communications Manager for Kaivac.