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1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 559 (543)

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition
1947-48 Theatre Catalog
1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 559
Page 559

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 559

REGULAR, THOUGHTFUL MAINTENANCE, directed at the particular points

indicated, will save many dollars expensive repairs. will give you a more attractive machine throughout its lifetime and will

help you avoid those expensive breakdowns inst when you need the

and salt are left on to harden and to accumulate, it will be extremely hard to remove without damaging the surface of the steel. Abrasive cleaners cannot be used in connection with chrome steel for they will scratch and mar, destroying the protective chrome surface and also the appearance. By keeping the machine wiped off, ususally a cleaning with ion-Ami at night will be sufficient to keep the unit perfectly clean and highly polished.

(3) The interior of the kettle casting


Not only that. but it

can be kept clean by wiping out thorn ougth immediately after you are finished popping, while the kettle is still hot and before the oil and salt have had an opportunity to start to carbonizc. it a coating of carbon should start to build up on the inside of the kettle, a rough abrasive may be used with good oftect in removing the carbon.


We again remind you that you are handling a food when you are handling

machine the most. Reference should be made to the instruction sheet that came with the machine. manufacturer as far as maintenance is concerned. Particular attention should be paid the gear head (D), terminal block (E), and hanger arms (C).

Note particularly the recommendations of the

popcorn and that you come under the regulations established by pure food laws and health authorities, Operating a popcorn machine in a sanitary manner cannot be stressed too highly.

It is a reasonably easy matter to keep a popcorn machine clean, free of grease and salt, if the task is done regularly and immediately after the oil has come in contact with the metal. If, however, the oil is permitted to stay on the metal the heat will cause it to carbonize, making it next to impossible to clean. This
1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 559