February 15, 2018
Simple Tips on How to Maintain Your Nieco Broiler’s Incendalyst™
Tips for Maintaining Your Broiler’s Incendalyst™ Emission Control Device
Nieco’s Incendalyst™ is designed to control cooking emissions in the kitchen. The Incendalyst™ sits directly on top of the broiler, capturing exhaust to reduce smoke and other gases created when meat is charbroiled.
In addition to reducing approximately 85-90% of overall pollutants, Nieco’s Incendalyst™ significantly reduces odor and reduces grease and smoke before it reaches the broiler’s exhaust hood. This helps keep the kitchen’s ventilation system much cleaner, improving operation and reducing risk of grease build-up in the ducts.
The Incendalyst™ is easy to clean and maintain.
Cool, Then Clean
The Incendalyst™ should only be cleaned when cool to the touch. Simply lift it to remove it from the broiler.
Rinse with warm water to clean, using low pressure.
Do not use any chemicals or any kind of cleaners on the Incendalyst™. Chemicals and cleaners destroy the precious metals that coat materials on the inside of the device. (It won’t work if you do that!)
You may soak the Incendalyst™ in warm water for 45-60 minutes if there is heavy build-up. Then rinse until the water runs clear.
Remember, it is critical that no chemicals of any kind are used on the Incendalyst™ during cleaning.
Shake Gently, Then Air Dry
After rinsing is complete, gently shake excess water out of your Incendalyst™ and leave it on its side to air dry.
Once the Incendalyst™ is dry, place it back on the broiler for use.
Brian Martens, Nieco’s Service Manager, explains more about how best to clean your broiler’s Incendalyst™: