RE: Cleaning of metal Base molds
|From:||"DeLovino, Salvacion S." |
We actually put our molds and metal lids in the processor when doing the
clean cycle. So it goes thru a xylene rinse and then absolute alcohol. After
the clean cycle, we just take the molds out and let it air dry, ready for
the next day. Works great!
Salvacion S. Delovino
> From: Carol Brown[SMTP:BrownCm@brandonrha.mb.ca]
> Sent: Wednesday, February 27, 2002 6:45 AM
> To: 'HistoNet Server'
> Cc: Neff, Faye
> Subject: Cleaning of metal Base molds
> Our facility has, over the years, varied the process in which we clean our
> base molds. We have most recently been avoiding the use of xylene or it's
> substitutes do to the odor and, upon subsequent washing, is hard on the
> plastic plumbing and rubber washers is the washer that we use.
> Since we no longer use a paraffin solvent prior to washing our dishwasher
> plugging up due to the solidification of paraffin.
> How do other facilities remove the paraffin from their metal base molds
> have them clean for the next use?
> Thanks in advance for your assistance.
> Carol Brown
> Technical Administrator
> Westman Regional Laboratory
> Fax 204-725-0259
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