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  1. #14
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    Company I work for has local Subway account. I've never had a problem with getting the parts myself. Cold plate units are decent. If customer wants the product in the inserts to be below 41, it has to be stirred every 15 min or so. Ice machines at Subway are a real pain due to the yeast from baking bread.

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    Originally posted by matt8085
    Ice machines at Subway are a real pain due to the yeast from baking bread.
    10-4 on that


    Still have not found a way to keep them clean for more than a month or so. I have tried 30 day ac filter replacement with merv 7. Moved all supply vents away from ice maker. Removed carbon filters from ice maker water supply and installed micron filter. Added reservoir agents and even installed small hood above bake oven... still get elephant snot in about 8 to 10 weeks.

    Not to steel this thread but does anyone else have an idea?


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    Have you tried the Gaurdian slime inhibitor yet?

    http://www.manitowocice.com/Products/Guardian.asp

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    19.75 oz high 212 low 88 134A

  5. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dad View Post
    10-4 on that


    Still have not found a way to keep them clean for more than a month or so. I have tried 30 day ac filter replacement with merv 7. Moved all supply vents away from ice maker. Removed carbon filters from ice maker water supply and installed micron filter. Added reservoir agents and even installed small hood above bake oven... still get elephant snot in about 8 to 10 weeks.

    Not to steel this thread but does anyone else have an idea?
    Have you tried a ozone machine? I have several bars and they're just as bad. Added an ozone machine to a Hoshi KM-900 and it's extended my cleaning periodicity to quarterly where I had been cleaning it monthly. Apparently black specks in expensive whiskey is a no-no. Got it from our local distributor.


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