Section IV. OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS
When operating the bakery plant in a frigid zone, the equipment must be placed in a heated shelter.
To operate generator in extreme cold, consult the appropriate generator technical manual and be sure radiator is
protected with antifreeze and that battery is fully charged.
At the end of daily operation, drain water-tempering tank and water-transfer system, and leave all water drain cocks
and valves open.
Keep fuel tank as full as possible to prevent excessive moisture and ice from forming and clogging the fuel lines.
Wiring becomes brittle in extreme cold and should be warmed before bending it. Keep wiring dry.
EXTREME HEAT AND HUMIDITY
Oven Trailer. Check the blower motor frequently for overheating during hot or humid weather.
Proofing Cabinet. When the air temperature exceeds 95 (35 ), cool the proofing cabinet before operating it. Fill
the water pans with ice, close the cabinet doors, and allow the ice to melt, thus cooling the cabinet.
Flour Sifter. During periods of heat and excessive humidity, check the sifter motor frequently for overheating.
Suspend operations when necessary to avoid damaging the motor.
Keep all equipment as dry as possible. During transit, keep equipment covers in place.
Dry cleaning solvent P-D-680, used to clean parts, is potentially dangerous
to personnel and property. Avoid repeated and prolonged skin contact. Do
not use near open flame or excessive heat. Flash point of solvent is 100
degrees F to 138 degrees F (38 degrees C to 59 degrees C).
After rainstorms, wipe equipment with clean cloths.
Wipe all parts not in contact with dough or ingredients with a cloth moistened in P-D-680 (Solvent, drycleaning).