Safe cleaning of the dough divider.

Dough hopper magnetic interlock. Here for your safety.

Only Millers engineers should bypass.

Magnetic interlock on the belt. Here for your safety.

Only Millers engineers should bypass.

Waste flour plate beneath the belt.

Waste dough scraped from the acute angle at the 'top' of the flour plate.

catch bin beneath belt

Catch hopper beneath the waste flour plate.

Dough in the catch tray beneath the output chute / interprover.

Paper lined dough catcher to make cleaning easier.

Managers Note: Dating the paper helps check that this is being cleared, if not daily, then on a regular basis.

How many loaves would this have made?

Floor beneath the divider.

When th edivider is moved, a weekly task, the dried flour slurry from mopping the floor can be seen...........
..and cleaned.

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