The 'Carico 360' CLEAN MACHINE from Health Craft NSF Certified

The 'Carico 360' CLEAN MACHINE from Health Craft is Certified Under the NSF, Inc. (National Science Foundation), Protocol P448

 Jul. 16, 2021, 01:00 PM

TAMPA and FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., July 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Health Craft a distributor for Carico International, Inc., which has helped people live longer, healthier lives for 54 years, today announced the PRO SERIES 360 Sanitizing System is one of the first products certified under the NSF, Inc. Protocol P448, Sanitization Performance of Commercial Steam Generators. NSF Protocol P448 "describes the requirements for the safety and effectiveness of commercial vapor steam generators and their applicability to produce steam that could be used as a substitute for chemical sanitizers." This is the world's only third-party certification program for commercial steam generators.

NSF Protocol P448 "is intended to certify steam generating equipment that sanitizes surfaces which meet the requirements of the 2013 FDA Food Code Chapter 4 Section 7."

The Carico 360 from Health Craft heats ordinary tap water to over 360 degrees, producing a hot, "dry steam" that contains less than 5% moisture. The Carico 360's dry steam is more effective than regular cleaning because it removes the dirt and residue normally left behind using standard cleaning techniques. At the same time, the high temperature sanitizes the surface killing virtually all germs, bacteria, mold, and mildew. The unit is equipped with a wide range of tools that allow you to address any type of surface.

The Carico 360 from Health Craft reaches this remarkable level of cleaning without using toxic chemicals. It does not require a second step process of cleanup using residual water. The Carico 360 does not require using, changing and/or cleaning rags because the unit is equipped with a vacuum to remove the dirt you loosened.

The NSF Certified Carico 360 the Health Craft Cookware Co.

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