I got called again today because their temp wasnt down where it outa be!
I was just out there yesterday and the manager told me he'd have his own men wash the ice off that coil in the FF line up!
When I walked by the last time, I noticed htree guys with 2 gallon buckets of water standing near the end cap. All just a lookin' inside to see where all that water was disapearing to .....
This is what happens when you hire people whose only work experience has been in food service.
"Would you like fries with that?" ... or ... "Would you like to Super-Size that combo?"
I wish there was some other way of getting rid of that ice without having to empty the case, run two hundred feet of hot water hose and then pray you dont have a clogged drain develope in the process.
But alas, this store chain simply wont have it any other way.
I'm looking at the mess that's made every time hoses run across the sales floor.
I'm looking at the liability involved when someone gets hurt. No matter whose fault it is!
If some little ol lady falls and breaks her hip, in many cases ... this is like a death sentance. Recovery is very very very slow and not only very painful ... but it can change their whole lives!
And for what ??? WHY??? All because some danged case froze up and management decided to have it cleaned during normal business hours!
What are some options to clearing ice during the normal business day?
What about steam? What about bringing in a rig which recycled the hot water and recovered it from going down the drain?
Anybody ever dream up some plans for something to clear these frozen coils without running hose half way across the store?