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1 Use appropriate safety precautions. Follow instructions on the product or Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS). Use apropiada seguridad y precauciones. Sigue las instrucciones en el products o las instrucciones en MSDS. Siempre que use quimicos, protejase con guantes y espejuela. Use appropriate safety precautions. Follow instructions on the product or Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS). Always wear safety glasses and rubber gloves when handling chemicals. DELIMING THE DISHMACHINE PURIFICANDO LA LAVADORA DE PLATOS L L Para un tipo del transportador o de la puerta de dishmachine llene la máquina de fresco, del agua potable y del dispensador de la vuelta ENCENDIDO. For a conveyor or door type of dishmachine fill machine with fresh, clean water and turn dispenser ON. USCDWC0214C1 USCDWC0214C1 DELIMING THE DISHMACHINE PURIFICANDO LA LAVADORA DE PLATOS If dishmachine is low temp, turn deliming switch ON. Si el dishmachine es a baja temperatura, gire el interruptor de la descalcificación. Fill machine with fresh water. Llene la máquina del agua dulce. Add recommended amount of Delimer per label directions. Add recomendó la cantidad de Delimer por direcciones de la escritura de la etiqueta. Let machine run for a minimum of 15 minutes. Deje el funcionamiento de máquina para un mínimo de 15 minutos. Drain and rinse machine interior. Drene y aclare el interior de la máquina. If dishmachine is low temp, return deliming switch to OFF. Si el dishmachine es a baja temperatura, vuelva el interruptor de la descalcificación a APAGADO. For a conveyor or door type of dishmachine fill machine with fresh, clean water and turn dispenser ON. Para un tipo del transportador o de la puerta de dishmachine llene la máquina de fresco, del agua potable y del dispensador de la vuelta ENCENDIDO. Always wear safety glasses and rubber gloves when handling chemicals. Use apropiada seguridad y precauciones. Sigue las instrucciones en el products o las instrucciones en MSDS. Siempre que use quimicos, protejase con guantes y espejuela. LITERATURE CATALOG 7 Si el dishmachine es a baja temperatura, vuelva el interruptor de la descalcificación a APAGADO. 6 If dishmachine is low temp, return deliming switch to OFF. Drene y aclare el interior de la máquina. Drain and rinse machine interior. 5 Deje el funcionamiento de máquina para un mínimo de 15 minutos. Let machine run for a minimum of 15 minutes. 4 Add recomendó la cantidad de Delimer por direcciones de la escritura de la etiqueta. Add recommended amount of Delimer per label directions. 3 Llene la máquina del agua dulce. Fill machine with fresh water. 2 Si el dishmachine es a baja temperatura, gire el interruptor de la descalcificación. If dishmachine is low temp, turn deliming switch ON HART STREET, WATERTOWN, WI l LITERATURE DEPARTMENT

2 LAUNDRY BROCHURES & SELL SHEETS ChemMaster Laundry L e 3 Solid Laundry Detergent L Green Product Catalog L Green Products and Packaging L microtech cost-of-use analysis for Laundry Detergent L microtech Multi-Unit Account Program L microtech One Piece Delivery Cap Instructions L Nexus cost-of-use analysis for Laundry Detergent L Nexus System Brochure L Precision Laundry L Private Label Laundry Program L Ultra Active Laundry Sell Sheet L LAUNDRY TRAINING BROCHURES Electricity Basics L Essential Components of Cleaning Chart L Institutional Sales Survey Tools User s Guide L Laundry Cycle Functionality L Laundry Formulas L Laundry Sanitation L ph Chart L Preparing for the Health Inspector L Selecting Nonservice Products L Stain Treatment Guide L The Total Test Kit L Understanding the Institutional Laundry Environment and Laundry Product Selection L TABLE OF CONTENTS Understanding Water Quality Testing L What s Involved in Cleaning L LAUNDRY WALL CHARTS 3100 ml Tab Dispenser Canister Replacement Procedures Wall Chart L Drying Guidelines L Laundry Equipment Loading Instructions L Laundry Formula Wall Chart (3.5x5.5) L Laundry Procedures English/Spanish Wall Chart L Laundry Formula Wall Chart (11x17) L LAUNDRY BANNERS Healthcare and Housekeeping depend upon Clean Linens L Laundry L Laundry microtech Concentrates, U S Chemical L LAUNDRY FORMS Laundry Cost Analysis L Laundry Formula Chart L Laundry Service Report L Laundry Survey L Laundry Technical Service Request L WAREWASH BROCHURES & SELL SHEETS 5 Gallon Saftey Lid Label L A Walk Through a Kitchen (Blank) L Freedom System Dispenser L Freedom System Products L Green Product Catalog L Green Products and Packaging L Handy Packs Sell Sheet L microtech cost-of-use analysis for Dishwashing Detergent L

3 microtech Multi-Unit Account Program L microtech One Piece Delivery Cap Instructions L minimax cost-of-use analysis for Dishwashing Detergent L minimax Warewash Brochure L OneShot Surety Brochure L Private Label Warewashing Program L Ultra Active Specialties Brochure L Ultra Active Specialties Sell Sheet L Warewashing Solids L WAREWASH TRAINING BROCHURES Cleaning Program For Soft-Ice Cream Machines L Electricity Basics L Enzymes vs. Bacteria in Drain Treatment L Essential Components of Cleaning Chart L Food Service Sanitation Brochure L Institutional Sales Survey Tools User s Guide L ph Chart L Preparing for the Health Inspector L Sanitizer Vs. Disinfectants L Selecting a Sanitizer or Disinfectant L Selecting Nonservice Products L Temperature & Food Sanitation L The Total Test Kit L Three Compartment Sink Operation L T-Stick Chart L Understanding the Warewash Environment L Understanding Water Quality Testing L What s Involved in Cleaning L WAREWASH WALL CHARTS 3100 ml Tab Dispenser Canister Replacement Procedures Wall Chart L Deliming the Dishmachine L HI/LOW Temp Warewash L Ice Machine Deliming and Cleaning L microtech Manual Utensil Presoak L microtech MIXMATE Shurguard Ultimate Sanitizer Test Procedures L microtech Three Sink Washing & Sanitizing L MixMate Shurguard Ultimate Q Sanitizer Test Procedures L Sanitizer Test Procedures L Three Tank Sink Washing & Sanitizing L Washing & Presoaking L WAREWASH BANNERS Center of the Plate Starts with Clean Dishes L minimax L Warewash L Warewash microtech Concentrates, U S Chemical L WAREWASH FORMS Cost Analysis of Mechanical Warewashing Operation L Warewash Service Reports L Warewash Survey L Warewash Tech Service Request Form L HOUSEKEEPING BROCHURES & SELL SHEETS Dock and Dumpster L Green Product Catalog L Green Products and Packaging L IND/COM Aerosols L IND/COM Floorcare L

4 IND/COM Metered Aerosols L microtech Multi-Unit Account Program L microtech One Piece Delivery Cap Instructions L microtech Pet Friendly L Misco Genesis L Misco International Aerosols L MixMate Brochure L OneShot & Surety OneShot Cleaners L Private Label Floorcare Program L Private Label Housekeeping Program L QuarryGrip Checklist L QuarryGrip L QuarryGrip Instructions L QuickLine L Surety MixMATE L HOUSEKEEPING TRAINING BROCHURES Carpet Care L Floor Finishes and Floor Care L Germ Warfare L Institutional Sales Survey Tools User s Guide L Preparing for the Health Inspector L Sanitizer vs. Disinfectants L Selecting Nonservice Products L HOUSEKEEPING WALL CHARTS 3100 ml Tab Dispenser Canister Replacement Procedures Wall Chart L microtech Housekeeping Products L Surety OneShot L Surety OneShot Product Wall Chart L HOUSEKEEPING BANNERS Dock and Dumpster Treatment L Dock and Dumpster Treatment L Housekeeping L Housekeeping microtech Concentrates, U S Chemcial L MixMate Mini L Quickline L Surety L HOUSEKEEPING FORMS Housekeeping Survey L HANDWASHING Handwashing L Indulgence Banner L Indulgence Hand Wash Dispensing System L Personal Hygiene System L The Science of Handwashing L SALES Audio Visual Library L Capabilities Folder Inserts L000568, L000569, L000570, L000571, L000572, L Capabilities Folder L Capabilities Folder with Inserts L Institutional Sanitation Products-Tech Sheet Binder L Loan & Service Agreements L MSDS What You Need to Know L Route Book (Complete) L Selling The Proud Profession L U S Chemical Banner 8 x 3 L World Class Supplier Banner L

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6 * All examples shown are based upon actual laboratory conditions of constant water pressure and constant water temperatures. ** Actual electric, water and sewage rates vary. Use of the actual rate for each utility in your area to provide an accurate picture of the conditions in a case. Actual costs could be significantly higher and the savings could be much greater. L TM We strive to make products from biodegradable or environmentally friendly raw materials. The products we produce have the best combination of environmental and use performance available. We are continually working to improve our products for both use performance and environmental friendliness. We also subscribe to the rigid standards of Green Seal, NSF and DfE. Our corrugated boxes are produced with 100% post consumer recycled content. These boxes also pass the required UN proof of performance testing. Our plastic packaging, ie. gallon bottles, quarts, and 3100 milliliter canisters are all 100% recyclable. Through the introduction of our 3100 ml and 1500 ml canister platform (Minimax, Ultra Active, OneShot, MixMate Mini, Nexus ) we have been able to conveniently provide quality concentrated products, while greatly reducing packaging Ultra Active Presoak 2 2/1500 ml Surety Ultra Active Utensil Presoak 7 2/1500 ml minimax Manual Utensil Presoak 2/3100 ml Surety minimax Utensil Presoak 2/3100 ml Ultra Active Pot n Pan 1 2/1500 ml Surety Ultra Active Pot & Pan Detergent 5 2/1500 ml minimax Manual Pot & Pan Detergent 2/3100 ml minimax Phenom X Manual Pot & Pan Detergent 2/3100 ml Surety minimax Pot & Pan Detergent 2/3100 ml Surety Pot & Pan Detergent 4/1 gallon USC Fiesta 2/1 gallon USC Fiesta 4/1 gallon USC Fiesta 5 gallon USC Premium Pot & Pan Detergent 5 gallon Ultra Active Pan-Plus 4 2/1500 ml Surety Ultra Active Heavy Duty Pot & Pan Detergent 2/1500 ml Surety minimax Heavy Duty Pot & Pan Detergent 2/3100 ml Surety Heavy Duty Pot & Pan Detergent 4/1 gallon USC Maverick 4/8 pound minimax Mechanical Metal Safe Detergent 2/3100 ml minimax Mechanical Warewash Detergent 2/3100 ml minimax Mechanical Warewash Rinse 2/3100 ml Surety Premium Rinse Additive 4/1 gallon Surety Premium Rinse Additive 5 gallon Ultra Active Sanitizer 3 2/1500 ml Surety Delimer 4/1 gallon USC FloorBac 2/1 gallon USC Freezer Cleaner 4/1 gallon Surety Quickline Grill and Oven 6/1 quart Surety Quickline Ready to Use HD Degreaser 6/1 quart Surety OneShot All Purpose Cleaner 2/1500 ml Surety MixMate All Purpose Cleaner 2/3100 ml Surety All Purpose Cleaner 4/64 ounces Surety All Purpose Cleaner 4/1 gallon MixMate All Purpose Cleaner/Degreaser B 2/3100 ml OneShot Pine General Purpose Cleaner 2/1500 ml OneShot Heavy Duty All Purpose Cleaner 2/1500 ml Quickline Xenon 6/1 quart Surety OneShot Glass & Surface Cleaner 2/1500 ml Surety MixMate Glass & Surface Cleaner 2/3100 ml Solid technology offers safe, convenient packaging and dispensing that prevent direct contact with product during use or when replacing empty canisters. Formulated as a non-caustic product, e 3 contains no harsh alkalis or solvents which can be dangerous to eyes and skin. e 3 patented technology brings several great cleaning compounds together in one single, easy-to-use product. This eliminates the confusion of multiple products and buckets that often get mixed up when replacing empties. e 3 produces outstanding results with effective detergents and enzymes combined with a low temperature oxygenated bleaching process. Washing and bleaching take place in the same wash cycle eliminating the typical separate bleach cycle. Soils and stains require specific enzymes to effectively remove them. e 3 contains multiple enzymes in its formula for a broad range of soil conditions. To be effective, chlorine and other oxygen bleaches require hot water (160 F and higher), which is not always available. The oxygen bleach in e 3 is chemically boosted for rapid-oxidizing in wash temperatures as low as 120 degrees. Even when used properly, high ph product and chlorine bleaches can be very hard on both cotton and synthetic fabric. Polyesters can degrade from alkaline hydrolysis which makes the strands of polyester brittle and fragile. e 3 is a non-caustic formula with oxygen bleach which is gentle to fabric, dramatically extends its use life, and reduces expensive replacements. Eliminating one or two cycles from the overall wash formula saves time and many gallons of water per load. Demand for gas, electric and sewer utilities are reduced for each and every load of laundry. That translates into tremendous savings over time. With e 3, equipment simply lasts longer. Unlike ordinary detergents which require additional rinse cycles to flush harsh caustic chemicals, e 3 reduces wear and tear on washing equipment its gentle formula eliminates the need for extra rinsing. Low-temperature wash cycles also reduce demand on water heaters and the energy they consume. e 3 is formulated with cleaning agents that quickly biodegrade into non-polluting by-products. This formula includes ingredients that do not deplete the oxygen of surface waters, and contains a chlorine-free bleaching agent. e 3 was designed to meet the standards of the U.S. EPA Design for the Environment Program and the WAVE Program. L Copyright 2008 U S Chemical, Watertown, WI E3SS1008CP2M LAUNDRY BROCHURES & SELL SHEETS Saves Energy Improves Efficiency Protects the Environment And that's just the beginning! from Safety Solid Technology Easy Handling Non-Caustic User Friendly Performance Multiple Enzymes Oxygen Bleach Oxy Booster Savings Fabric Life Utilities Time Equipment Environment ChemMaster Laundry L e 3 Solid Laundry Detergent L Products Packaging U S Chemical GREEN Products and Packaging The reduced packaging not only uses less plastic and corrugate, it also results in less fuel used in the transportation of these products. Item Number Product Pack Size kitchen housekeeping Green Product Catalog L Green Products and Packaging L cost-of-use analysis for : LAUNDRY DETERGENT 1 WATER USED TO DISPENSE PRODUCT: U S CHEMICAL Competitor 2 x 1.5 gal. 16 lb. case 0 gal. used 17.1 gal. used per lb.* 2 WATER USED PER CASE TO DISPENSE PRODUCT: U S CHEMICAL Competitor (A) = 0 gal. per case (B) = 16 lb. x 17.1 = gal. 3 MICROTECH VS. EXCESS GALLONS OF WATER TO DISPENSE SOLID: (A) - (B) = Excess = COST TO HEAT WATER USED IN DISPENSING PRODUCT TO WASH WHEEL: 8.33 Pounds = Weight of 1 gal. of water Times 75 Degree rise (60 incoming raised to 135) Equals BTU's required per gallon Divided 3413 BTU conversion factor to kwh Equals kwh Times 0.21 National average cost per kwh** Equals $ Cost per gallon for 60 degree rise Times Excess gallons consumed Equals $ (C) Excess cost for heating transport water 5 COST OF WATER USED TO TRANSPORT DETERGENT: National average cost for water per 1000 CF (cubic feet) is: $ National average cost for sewage per 1000 CF (cubic feet) is: $1.50 Conversion factor for CF to gallons is x = / 1000 x 3 = cost of transport water (D) $0.11 = cost of transport water 6 TOTAL ADDITIONAL COST TO DISPENSE A CASE OF SOLID DETERGENT: Electric + Water cost (C) (D) Total additional cost $ $ 0.11 = $ microtech cost-of-use analysis for Laundry Detergent L microtech Multi-Unit Account Program L004289

7 Copyright 2012 U S Chemical, Watertown WI /12 L SHORT OF CALLING MOM, YOU WON'T FIND A MORE CONVENIENT, VERSATILE AND COST EFFECTIVE LAUNDRY SYSTEM THAN THE ULTRA ACTIVE LAUNDRY SYSTEM. THE ULTRA ACTIVE LAUNDRY SYSTEM OFFERS A PRODUCT LINE CONSISTING OF A VARIETY OF NINE UNIQUE, ULTRA-CONCENTRATED PRODUCTS THAT MEET YOUR SPECIFIC LAUNDERING NEEDS. UNLIKE SOLID LAUNDRY SYSTEMS, THE ULTRA ACTIVE LAUNDRY SYSTEM CAN BE TAILORED TO SPECIFIC WATER CONDITIONS AND SOIL TYPES. THESE ULTRA- CONCENTRATES OFFER POWERFUL SAVINGS, AND WITH * All examples shown are based upon actual laboratory conditions of constant water pressure and constant water temperatures. ** Actual electric, water and sewage rates vary. Use of the actual rate for each utility in your area to provide an accurate picture of the conditions in a case. Actual costs could be significantly higher and the savings could be much greater. L THE CHOICE OF TWO AUTOMATIC DISPENSING UNITS, YOU'RE ASSURED A CONSISTENT AND ACCURATE AMOUNT OF PRODUCT IS DISPENSED EVERY TIME. BOLD, EASY-TO-UNDERSTAND GRAPHICS AND NUMBERING MAKE THIS SYSTEM SAFE AND EASY TO USE. THE NEW ULTRA ACTIVE LAUNDRY SYSTEM. CALL YOUR U S CHEMICAL DISTRUBUTOR TODAY. LET THEM DESIGN A SYSTEM TO EFFICIENTLY MEET YOUR SPECIFIC LAUNDERING NEEDS. L ULTRA ACTIVE BREAK is a highly concentrated alkaline product for use in the Ultra Active Laundry System. This liquid blend of alkaline builders, water sequestrants and soil suspension agents is designed to be used in combination with Ua Suds or Ua Suds+ for optimum cleaning efficiency. Available in 100% recyclable 2.5 gallon containers ULTRA ACTIVE SUDS is a highly concentrated surfactant-based formula for use in the Ultra Active Laundry System. This versatile product is concentrated enough to be used as an added booster with Ua Break or alone as a superior low alkaline laundry detergent. Ua Suds is designed to provide optimum results when used in a routine laundry program. Available in 100% recyclable 2.5 gallon containers ULTRA ACTIVE SUDS+ is a concentrated blend of surfactants and enzyme stain removers designed for use in the Ultra Active Laundry System. Specifically formulated for health care facilities, Ua Suds+ provides exceptionally bright, clean and fresh-smelling linen while maximizing fabric life. Available in 100% recyclable 2.5 gallon containers ULTRA ACTIVE DESTAINER+ is a highly concentrated sodium hypochlorite solution for use in the Ultra Active Laundry System. Ua Destainer+ keeps white fabrics free of stains and aids in the overall cleaning program. Available in 100% recyclable 2.5 gallon containers ULTRA ACTIVE SOUR N SOFT is a concentrated combination product designed for use in the Ultra Active Laundry System. Ua Sour N Soft contains the highest quality souring agents, fabric softeners, and optical brighteners to leave linen fresh, clean, bright and soft. Available in 100% recyclable 2.5 gallon containers ULTRA ACTIVE OXY-BLEACH is a concentrated oxygen bleach designed for use in the Ultra Active Laundry System. This versatile product provides excellent cleaning ability, yet is safe to use on all types of colored and synthetic fabrics. Ua Oxy-Bleach aids in the overall success of today s complicated laundry programs. Available in 100% recyclable 2.5 gallon containers ULTRA ACTIVE SOUR is a concentrated separate laundry sour designed for use in the Ultra Active Laundry System. Its highly efficient souring agents will neutralize alkaline residues from detergents and water supply. Ua Sour removes rust while preventing fabric harshness and excessive wearing and browning of fabric during ironing. Available in 100% recyclable 2.5 gallon containers ULTRA ACTIVE SOFTENER is a concentrated fabric softener for use in the Ultra Active Laundry System. This unique blend of cationic fabric softeners provides fluffy, soft and static-free linen. Ua Softener aids the laundry program and will increase the comfort of clothes and linens. Available in 100% recyclable 2.5 gallon containers ULTRA ACTIVE PRE-SPOTTER is a concentrated laundry pre-spotter and additive designed exclusively for use in the Ultra Active Laundry System. The unique formulation immediately penetrates the fibers, solubilizes stubborn soils/stains and prevents redeposition. Ua Pre-Spotter is a must for all laundry operations. Available in 100% recyclable 1 quart containers, 6 per case L Copyright 2007 U S Chemical, Watertown, WI (800) UAS0707C13M PHSO0910C1M LAUNDRY BROCHURES & SELL SHEETS cost-of-use analysis for : LAUNDRY DETERGENT Delivery Cap Set Up STEP 1 Remove shipping cap from product. STEP 2 Position the delivery cap onto the product and push down firmly in the center. STEP 3 While pushing down on the center screw the cap tight positioning the barb towards its connection tubing. 1 WATER USED TO DISPENSE PRODUCT: U S CHEMICAL Competitor 2 x 3100 ml 36 lb. case 0 gal. used 17.1 gal. used per lb.* 2 WATER USED PER CASE TO DISPENSE PRODUCT: U S CHEMICAL Competitor (A) = 0 gal. per case (B) = 36 lb. x 17.1 = gal. 3 NEXUS VS. EXCESS GALLONS OF WATER TO DISPENSE SOLID: (A) - (B) = Excess = COST TO HEAT WATER USED IN DISPENSING PRODUCT TO WASH TANK: 8.33 Pounds = Weight of 1 gal. of water Times 75 Degree rise (60 incoming raised to 135) Equals BTU's required per gallon Divided 3413 BTU conversion factor to kwh Equals kwh Times 0.21 National average cost per kwh** Equals $ Cost per gallon for 60 degree rise Times Excess gallons consumed Equals $ (C) Excess cost for heating transport water 5 COST TO HEAT DISPENSE WATER IN WASH TANK: 8.33 Pounds = Weight of 1 gal. of water Times 25 Degree rise (135 incoming raised to 160) Equals BTU's required per gallon Divided 3413 BTU conversion factor to kwh Equals kwh Times 0.21 National average cost per kwh Equals $ Cost per gallon for 25 degree rise Times Excess gallons consumed Equals $ 7.89 (D) Excess cost for heating transport water in wash tank 6 COST OF WATER USED TO TRANSPORT DETERGENT: National average cost for water per 1000 CF (cubic feet) is: $ National average cost for sewage per 1000 CF (cubic feet) is: $1.50 Conversion factor for CF to gallons is x = / 1000 x 3 = cost of transport water (E) $0.25 = cost of transport water 7 TOTAL ADDITIONAL COST TO DISPENSE A CASE OF SOLID DETERGENT: Electric + Wash tank electric + Water cost Total additional cost (C) (D) (E) $ $ $ 0.25 = $ microtech One Piece Delivery Cap Instructions L Nexus cost-of-use analysis for Laundry Detergent L We brought Designed specifically for homestyle and small, on-premise laundries. LODGING to Homestyle and Small OPL s HEALTHCARE FOODSERVICE The Precision Laundry System increases operating efficiency with these exclusive features: EASY-TO-USE Consistent dosing with one-button start Does not require water pressure for dispensing Contains special enzymes for enhanced brightness and stain removal Performs in all temperatures Self-seal cartridges prevent product contact for ultimate safety Safe on all fabrics Leaves the fresh scent of See through container eliminates product run-out SAFE EFFECTIVE 316 Hart St. Watertown, WI ph: (920) fax: (920) Nexus System Brochure L Precision Laundry L Private Label Laundry Program Sure, you could find an easier laundry system. ULTRA ACTIVE LAUNDRY SYSTEM But then she d make you stay for dinner. Private Label Laundry Program L Ultra Active Laundry Sell Sheet L

8 1. Introduction Recent Disease Outbreaks Due to Improper Laundering Glossary of Terms Types of Microorganisms Bacteria Fungi Viruses The Spread of Disease Microorganism Resistance Physical Factors Affecting Microorganism Chemical Inactivation of Microorganisms Published Standards for Residual Microorganisms Laundry Handling Guidelines U S Chemical Laundry Handling Recomendations Responsibility and Quality Assurance Recommended Practices Employee Practices Laundry Cleaning and Sanitation Inventory of Linen Facility Design and Construction Soiled Linen Contaminated Linen Washing Parameters Clean Linen Conclusion LAUNDRY TRAINING BROCHURES Electricity Basics L Essential Components of Cleaning Chart L LAUNDRY CYCLE FUNCTIONALITY A GUIDE TO THE OPERATIONS IN INSTITUTUTIONAL LAUNDRY MACHINES Institutional Sales Survey Tools User s Guide L Laundry Cycle Functionality L LAUNDRY FORMULAS LAUNDRY SANITATION T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S SHEETS HOSPITAL - PEDIATRICS VISA NAPERY HEAVY SOIL TOWELS - BATH MATS GREASY KITCHEN APRONS, UNIFORMS, BLANKETS - SPREADS RAGS - HEAVY COMPLY MOPS LIGHT SOIL/COLORED TERRY TOWELS - LIGHT/MEDIUM UNIFORMS LIGHT LINEN - COLORED PERSONAL ITEMS - LIGHT/MEDIUM MEDIUM SOIL TABLE LINENS - MEDIUM/HEAVY DIAPERS AND PADS - HEAVY BLOOD/SURGICAL - HEAVY COMPEL GENERAL - VERY HEAVY T a b l e o f C o n t e n t s WI /10 8 Laundry Formulas L Laundry Sanitation Brochure L000173

9 (800) Ph: (920) Fax: (920) SNS0206CLC1M emical 4 Ph: STG1111C1 L Training Department, 316 Hart Street, Watertown WI (800) Ph: (920) Fax: (920) Copyright By U S Chemical 2007 HI0607LD1M UPDATED TO REFLECT CHANGES IN THE THE 2003 SUPPLEMENT LAUNDRY TRAINING BROCHURES PLUMBING a temperature requirement for the detergent solution used in washing in a three compartment sink. The detergent Apart from the need for plumbing to meet all code solution must be at least 110 F. If the sanitizer is a chemical, requirements, airgaps must be used on all food preparation like a 50 ppm solution of chlorine bleach or a 200 ppm and handling equipment (like a food washing sink). An air solution of a quaternary ammonium chloride (quat), the gap must be 2 times the diameter of the supply inlet to object must be immersed for a minimum of 60 seconds in prevent back siphonage. When hoses are used for washing sanitizing solution of at least 75 F. Test strips are required food, the hoses must be constructed of food grade to monitor the level of chemical sanitizer present. If materials. Garden hoses do not qualify and may not be sanitizing is being done by hot water in a 3 compartment used in a kitchen for washing food. Garden hoses are sink, the object must be immersed in hot water (usually acceptable in a janitorial sink, such as for filling mop 170 F or higher) long enough for the object to reach 160 F. buckets. Sanitization occurs at 160 F. In both cases the object being sanitized must be allowed to air dry. Towel drying can RECEIVING FOOD cause cross-contamination and thus is unsanitary. Towel When refrigerated or frozen food is received, it should be drying does not remove bacteria, towels just move the received at appropriate temperatures. In general, bacteria around. refrigerated food should be less than 41 F. For milk and eggs, the receiving temperature is often different. Many Many restaurants will polish previously sanitized and air states allow milk and eggs to be received at temperatures dried flatware and glasses. This is an acceptable practice of less than 45 F, instead of 41 F. Frozen food should be less as long as clean, dry cloths are used which are dedicated than 0 F. Hot food should be hotter than 140 F. When for this purpose. However, both the ware and the cloth received outside of the acceptable temperature range for must be clean, dry and sanitary. refrigeration or freezing, the food should be refused. WARE HANDLING REUSE OR RESERVICE OF FOOD When handling the ware which will contact food, there are Once food is placed in front of a customer, it may not be rules for how to hold the ware. Plates should be held by the reused unless the food is served packaged and the service edges, not with a thumb on the eating surface. Flatware does not compromise the packaging. Relish trays, bread, should only be gripped by the handle, not the eating rolls, and ice water are examples of foods commonly surface. Glasses and cups should be gripped by the base, misused by reservice. not by the lip. As basic as these ideas are, waitstaff in restaurants routinely violate these rules. Clean equipment SANITIZING and utensils must always be stored in a selfdraining position that allows air drying. When dry, they must be Sanitizing is the process of applying a chemical or heat to covered or inverted to protect the food contact surface from kill bacteria present on a food contact surface. Improper contamination. Glasses and flatware preset in a dining cleaning of equipment causes 9% of all foodborne illness. room should also be protected from contamination by Cleaning must be performed before sanitizing of a surface, being wrapped, covered or inverted. or the sanitizer may be ineffective. Cleaning refers to the 5 step process of: removing gross soils, washing with WARE STORAGE detergent (110 F water), rinsing with fresh water, sanitizing, and air drying. Glasses, cups and flatware should be stored inverted or covered to keep dust and dirt from contaminating the Sanitizing kills bacteria to reduce the numbers of bacteria surfaces. Single service articles, like paper plates should be present to safe levels. Sanitizing does not necessarily kill all stored in closed containers. Clean sanitary objects should of the bacteria present. Sanitizing should be done on any not be stored next to toilets, near garbage, or near dirty surface in a restaurant that contacts food including: fabrics. counters, plates, flatware, glasses, kettles, mixers, pots, pans and other food preparation equipment. On tables WATER SUPPLY where food is served, sanitizing solution is sprayed onto If a restaurant is not connected to a municipal water the tables and the tables are wiped to spread the sanitizer supply, but rather is on well water, the water must be evenly on the table. In the kitchen, large equipment and tested regularly to ensure its safety. food prep tables are cleaned and sanitized using the 5 step procedure. SUMMARY When manually sanitizing a hard surface, a chemical This brochure is an aid for the food service manager who is applied to the surface at a certain concentration for a needs a reference guide, but already has a basic certain amount of time. In a 3 compartment sink system, knowledge. This is not a substitute for a formal training pots, pans, utensils and ware may be washed by hand. course, as the brochure does not cover all aspects of the Washed and rinsed objects are placed in the sanitizing code. Your local health inspector can provide you with a solution before allowing to air dry. In 2001, the FDA added complete copy of the code requirements for your area FDA MODEL FOOD CODE AND Preparing for the Health Inspector Understanding What They Want T a b l e o f C o n t e n t s Introduction Garbage Storage Bathrooms HACCP Cleaning and Cleaning Frequency Handwashing Cooking Temperatures for Food Hazardous Chemicals Dishmachines Health Code Uniformity Employee Hygiene Ice in a Restaurant Equipment and Utensils Insect and Rodent Control Foodborne Illness Plumbing Food, Cooling Food Safety Receiving Food Food Service Manager Certification Reuse or Reservice of Food Food Storage, Dry Sanitizing Food Storage, Frozen and Refrigerated Ware Handling Food Storage, General Ware Storage Food Storage, Hot and Reheating of Food...6 Water Supply Food Thawing Summary ph Chart L Preparing for the Health Inspector L Personal Hygiene System rsonal Hygiene System is a group of hand oducts that use the Personal Hygiene Dispenser. The capsules are 1500 ml (50 The system allows for product dispensing t the risk of contamination of the dispenser product. Hand soaps, lotions, and crobial products are all part of the Personal e System. Products include: e hand soap with lanolin h (PCMX based antimicrobial) hand soap n hand soap with aloe vera pearlized lotion hand soap a shampoo and body wash n to moisturize dry skin (white in color) (Triclosan based antimicrobial) hand soap r (alcohol based antimicrobial) instant hand izer proved (quaternary based antimicrobial) soap PowerBLEND LEND is a group of dilutable, highly trated products to be used through the LEND dispenser. The product is sed at a rate of 2.5 gallons per minute. stem is available with handheld portable sing guns or a locking wall mounted t. The dispensers feature an integrated air hnology that meets the most stringent ing codes. Each product cartridge contains metering tip. Comprehensive evaluation e tips shows that their superior design and provide remarkably accurate use dilution ns for each product in the line. The LEND system includes the following t types: leaner (A) Duty All Purpose Cleaner (B) om Cleaner (C) cidal Cleaner (D) Air Freshener (F) an Detergent (G) urface Sanitizer (H) l Floor Cleaner (I) cid Bath & Bowl Cleaner (J) Duty Kitchen Degreaser (K) SUMMARY ng appropriate nonservice products to ely perform the myriad of cleaning needs dservice operation can be a difficult and ing task. Done properly, however, the t selection process can provide overall s in use and labor costs, which is a major to the end user. 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