The industry’s top food equipment manufacturers choose Commercial Kitchen to provide their standard service and warranty service and OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) replacement parts.
While we are a large company with resources to match, we are dedicated to giving our customers the personal attention usually found only in smaller businesses. Our Commercial Kitchen team relies on each other to do their best every day, and our customers, new and old, rely on Commercial Kitchen to deliver. That’s been our winning formula for more than 50 years.
There are many benefits to a planned maintenance program? Whether it’s your range hood fire suppression system grease duct ventilation system, we can help. With Master Fire Mechanical you will reap the benefits of preferred response times, lower maintenance costs, energy efficient operations, your food will consistently taste better, staff will be cooking on better maintained equipment which a reduced risk of break out fires, regular safety check ups, fewer emergency calls, streamlined operation and lower operating costs, less down time and access to your complete Service History.
When dealing with commercial food equipment or what many in our industry commonly refer to as the “hot side” there are three main aspects to consider: Electrical, Gas and Steam. The following illustrates what our CFESA Certified Technicians check during a Service Call.
Ensure correct voltage and amperage is being utilized
Repair any faulty connections
Inspect condition of wire insulation
Ensure correct operating cycle
Lubricate where applicable
Inspect conduit and electrical feeds for unusual wear and tear
Correct pressure is tested where applicable
Ensure unit is operating at correct temperature
Inspect all door gaskets for proper seating and cleanliness
Clean and adjust all main burners and pilots as needed
Clean combustion compartments and venting passages as needed
Leak test and lubricate all valves as needed
Observe proper burner ignition and make necessary adjustments
Ensure that all baffles, deflectors, firebricks and ceramics are in good operating condition
Ensure proper operation of pilot safety equipment
Ensure proper inlet pressure
Inspect all steam traps for proper dumping ability
Inspect all check valves
Leak check all steam joints
Ensure proper seating ability on all drain valves
Check all gaskets and packing
Inspect all water level and related gauges and controls
Inspect control linkage, door latches and safety interlock devices as needed
Ensure venting valves and traps for proper operation
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