Commercial Dishwasher Maintenance Guide

Glasswashers and commercial dishwashers are costly items of catering equipment for professional kitchens. That's why regular maintenance is a crucial component of having a commercial dishwasher or glasswasher so that you don't need to shell out the money to fix a broken appliance or replace a machine when it has failed early.

We often see commercial dishwashers as well as glasswashers malfunction because of the lack of maintenance or misuse because the people who work in kitchens don't properly take care of the equipment and aren't trained to take care of the equipment whenever it is needed. 

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1. Rinse Dishes prior to the time

If you're running dishes through dishwashers, it's recommended to wash the dishes prior to placing them in the machine. This will not only guarantee that you get the most efficient wash results from your dishwasher, but it will help keep the inside of the machine spotless and prevent food particles from accumulating and blocking the filters pipes, pumps, and filters. 

It's not essential to clean your dishes but you can wash away any large pieces of food that have dried prior to putting them into the dishwasher.

2. Blocked Pumps and Filters

Check for blocked filters and pumps. In commercial dishwashers spoons, lemon slices and other food particles can get overlooked during the loading process. 

If you're experiencing problems with your dishwasher that won't fill up and drain, or when negative wash results are being observed take out the filter baskets, then stick your finger in the hole in the pump to ensure that nothing is blocking the pump and filter.