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Started by Ron Sullivan. Last reply by mark waldron Mar 21, 2012.
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Started by Ron Sullivan. Last reply by Ron Sullivan Aug 14, 2010.
cash register program help . looking to make a change in system pos system in cafe whick does cash credit as well as resident accounts. anyone have ideals or a good place to look help !!!!
Need some information about destaining tea glasses. We have the dinex pebble tea tumblers and they get stained something awful. We are using bleach to remove the stains but this leaves a slight film in the bottom after a while. The only way to remove the film is to wipe the cup out ( a big no no). I have tried Dip it with little success. Any ideas of a good stain remover? We use US foods as our supplier.
Thanks again for the good information Jim. I will contact my sales rep from US food and have him find this for me.
Keith, we have had the system for almost 10 years. Have not had to replace any panels. There are 3 epoxy covered steel supports for the plastic panels. You can adjust them to any size space between panels. US Foods sells this item. They have it on page 377 of their non-food catalog.
Thanks for the response Jim. Would that be the MetroMax Q shelving? Are each of the panels sturdy enough to handle the constant scraping of pans on their sides? Can you angle the pans on their sides so that they can dry? How long have you had the system and have you had to replace any of the panels?
Anything you can answer on this would be helpful.
Good question Keith, and thanks for the response Jim.
At my facility we have the same issues where the coating needs replacing. I will forward Jim's response to my boss. Thanks again guys.
We have shelving made by Metro. It has heavy duty plastic panels that can be removed and run through the dish machine. They are placed over heavy duty epoxy wire racks and steel poles. Very nice setup. We have them in the walk in cooler and freezer also.
Super Erecta by Metro is what its called
Does anyone have a good suggestion for shelving replacement in the dishroom? I need to replace epoxy coated shelves with something a little more lasting. I am looking at a polymer type shelving unit with replaceable panels on each shelf. I cannot afford stainless steel shelves so need a less expensive alternative.
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