[vendtalk] Outside coffee machines

HackneyCharles at aol.com HackneyCharles at aol.com
Mon Jul 18 17:33:58 UTC 2011

Over the years, in Florida, there have been many different  things tried to 
reduce the clogging problem in the coffee machine.  I put a  one gallon 
frozen jug of ice, in a bucket, in the bottom of the machine.   The ice allows 
for condensation of the moist air to occur.  Some managers  use light bulbs 
inside the machine to evaporate the moisture.  
Good luck,
Charles Hackney
In a message dated 7/18/2011 1:14:13 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
jeg80 at comcast.net writes:

Hello Everyone, 
Here in Indiana we are having a lot of  issues with coffee machines at our 
rest areas. Most coffee machines are  outside or in a building with no air 

The machines are  clogging up faster than we can clean them. We know this 
is due to the high  humidity and heat. 

I am looking for possible solutions. 
John Gerber 
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