Nearly everyone is familiar with the term “preventative maintenance.” It is the process of routinely inspecting and improving equipment and replacing worn or torn parts before the whole machine breaks down.The rationale is simple: Routine inspection, repair and maintenance mean that the equipment lasts longer, processes are not impeded, return on investment is greater, and operations become more efficient because nobody’s food or beverage is being held up because of a faulty ice machine, ...
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