Review of Kitchen Chemicals:Cleaners and Sanitizers 1
Amuse Bouche:On your slate, list the mostimportant principles ofKeeping a commercialKitchen clean.
ObjectivesStudents will be able to: Distinguish between types of cleaners and sanitizers and their proper use Identify hazards related to different chemicals used in cleaners and sanitizers Explain the purpose of Material Safety Data Sheets 9/14/2012 3
Think-Pair-ShareThink back to last year’s Culinary and recall what cleaning agents and sanitizers were used in the kitchens. Write your response(s) on your whiteboard slate.
What do you know about chemicals in the kitchen? Jumbled Sort Match the cleansing agent orsanitizer with it’s description and use Be prepared to share 5
Terminology Cleaning Solution- designed to remove dirt and soil to clean food contact surfaces like the food preparation table. Detergent- Penetrates quickly and softens soil so the soil can be scrubbed and rinsed away Degreaser- Special type of detergent that contains a grease-dissolving agent. Also known as solvent cleaners, degreasers are used on food contact surfaces like the grill Acid cleaner- Used to remove mineral buildup in coffee makers, steam tables, and dishwashing machines. Not for use on aluminum 6
Terminology Abrasive cleaner- used to carefully scour dirt or grease that has baked or burned onto pots and pans Dishwashing Detergent- removes food and grease; designed to be used in a dish machine Sanitizer- Designed for sanitizing handwashed items such as knives, chemical sanitizers kill micro- organisms Chlorine- Sanitizing agent that can be used on most items (except metal which it corrodes. Because chlorine is an irritant, contact with skin should be avoided Quaternary Ammonium Compounds- Referred to as quats, this sanitzer kills micro-organisms and is designed to sanitize food contact surfaces such as food preparation tables 9/14/2012 7
Hobart Commercial Dishwasher Training & Operation Video CUL-Safety-PowerPoint1.ppt
What injuries could occurwhen using chemicals in akitchen?
Material Safety Data Sheets Using any available resource (computer, textbooks, prior knowledge), research Material Safety Data Sheets. Obtain information on the organization that regulates these sheets, requirements, the purpose of MSDS, and employer responsibilities 11
Closure: Minute PaperYou have one minute to write down thekey points of your research.Be prepared to share.