What does the phrase "grease sling-off" mean, when contrasted with "water wash-off"?
- Born YesterdayLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
The term applies to the blowers used for grease laden
vapor extraction from the hoods and ducts of commercial
kitchens. Gease condenses on rotors, but slips off
at operating temperature where it can be collected and
disposed of without manual removal.
- D gLv 78 months ago
Grease sling off is probably the grease that liquifies under heat and drips out of the place where its needed
there is no water needed
water wash off most probably is when a substance is washed off from the location