Berkel 705S Specifications

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705&&705S
TEENDERIZER
NDERIZER
NOTICIA IMPORTANTE
Este manual contiene importantes instrucciones
de seguridad que deben ser seguidas el pie de la
letra cuando utilice esta maquina.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
This manual contains Important Safety
Instructions which must be strictly
followed when using this equipment.
BK46704 (February 2002)
BEFORE USING THIS EQUIPMENT
Berkel’s tenderizers are designed to tenderize/slice meat and other food
products safely and efficiently. However, unless the operator is properly
trained and supervised, there is the possibility of a serious injury. It is the
responsibility of the owner to ensure that this tenderizer is used properly
and safely, strictly following the instructions contained in this manual and
any requirements of local law.
No one should use or service this tenderizer without proper training and
supervision. All operators should be thoroughly familiar with the procedures contained in this manual. Even so, Berkel cannot anticipate every
circumstance or environment in which its tenderizers will be used. You, the
owner and operator, must remain alert to the hazards posed by the function
of a tenderizer—particularly the sharp rotating blades/knives. No one under
18 years of age should operate this equipment. If you are uncertain about a
particular task, ask your supervisor.
This manual contains a number of safe practices in the General Safety Instruction Section. Additional warnings are placed throughout this manual.
WARNINGS RELATED TO YOUR PERSONAL SAFETY ARE INDICATED BY:
WARNING
If any warning label, wall chart or manual becomes misplaced, damaged or
illegible, please contact your nearest distributor or Berkel directly, for a free
replacement.
Remember, however, THIS MANUAL OR THE WARNING LABELS
DO NOT REPLACE THE NEED TO BE ALERT AND TO USE YOUR
COMMON SENSE WHEN USING THIS TENDERIZER.
TABLEOFCONTENTS
Page
General Safety Instructions .............................................................................................................. 2-3
Equipment Identification ..................................................................................................................... 4
Intended Uses ...................................................................................................................................... 5
Safety Characteristics .......................................................................................................................... 5
Unpacking and Installation .................................................................................................................. 5
Cleaning and Maintenance .................................................................................................................. 6
Reassembly .......................................................................................................................................... 7
Overloading ......................................................................................................................................... 7
Models ................................................................................................................................................. 8
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................................... 8
Repair Parts/Repair Service ................................................................................................................. 9
Specifications....................................................................................................................................... 9
Warranty ............................................................................................................................................ 10
Berkel Company • World’s Leading Manufacturer of Slicers and Food Processing Equipment
BERKELCOMPANY
4406 Technology Drive · South Bend, Indiana 46628-9700
574/232-8222 · Fax 574/232-8116
(800)348-0251
in USA Printed
Berkel
Company
Part No. 3175-00598
Form No.Printed
4297R0202
in USA
Berkel Company
Part No. 3175-00598
PELIGRO
CUCHILLA FILOSA
para evitar serios accidentes a su
persona siga las instrucciones de este
manual y
1.
NUNCA utlice esta mçquina sin previa instrucciùn y autorizaciùn de su
supervisor.
2.
LA MáQUINA DEBE apoyarse sobre un nivel solido y plano.
3.
LOS PROTECTORES deben colocarse ANTES de enchufar y operar la
máquina.
4.
SIEMPRE utilice el enchufe original proveido por el fabricante.
5.
SIEMPRE utilice el utensillo para empujar la
comida - nunca su mano.
6.
NUNCA TOQUE LA CUCHILLA CON
LA MANO.
7.
MANTENGA manos, brazos, cabello y
ropa suelta LEJOS de toda parte en movimiento
de la máquina.
8.
EN CASO DE QUE LA MáQUINA SE TRABE,
apague y desconecte ANTES de sacar lo que la obstruye.
9.
APAGUE Y DESCONECTE LA MáQUINA antes de limpiar,
sanitizar, o arreglar.
10.
UTILIZE UNICAMENTE los repuestos provistos por el fabricante.
11.
EN CASO de que los membretes de ‘PELIGRO’ se desprendan
de la máquina o sean illegibles, llame al fabricante o a su
representante de service Berkel para que lo reemplace sin cargo.
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WARNING
SHARP KNIFE BLADE
to avoid serious personal injury
follow all the instructions in this manual
and
1.
NEVER touch this machine without training and authorization by your
supervisor.
2.
MACHINE MUST BE on solid level support.
3.
GUARDS MUST BE in place before plugging in and turning on machine.
4.
ALWAYS use three pronged plug provided.
5.
ALWAYS use food pusher not your hand.
6.
NEVER TOUCH ROTATING KNIFE.
7.
KEEP hands, arms, hair and loose clothing
clear of all moving parts.
8.
SHOULD MACHINE JAM, turn off and unplug
before removing obstruction.
9.
TURN OFF AND UNPLUG machine from power source before cleaning,
sanitizing or servicing.
11.
USE ONLY the attachments provided by the manufacturer.
12.
SHOULD any warning label on a machine come off or become unreadable
contact the manufacturer or your designated Berkel service location for a
free replacement.
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EQUIPMENT IDENTIFICATION
Safety Cover
Clutch Gear
Blade and
Frame Assembly
Locking
Lever
ON/OFF Switch
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INTENDED USES
The 705 and 705S tenderizers are designed for processing the following types of food products:
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Beef
Poultry
Pork
Vegetables
The following items are not suitable to be processed on the 705 and 705S tenderizers:
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Products on/with bones
Frozen products
Non-food products
SAFETY CHARACTERISTICS
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The cover is equipped with a safety interlock that will not allow the tenderizer to be turned on
unless the cover is in the down position.
The tenderizer does not cause noise pollution; the noise level is below 70dB.
Make sure the line voltage matches the tenderizer before the main is connected; voltage is listed
on the serial plate.
WARNING
TO PREVENT SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY, DO NOT MODIFY
OR REMOVE THE SAFETY PROVISIONS IN ANY WAY.
UNPACKING & INSTALLATION
1. Unpack the Blade and Frame assembly from its carton.
2. Raise the cover to its top position.
3. Lift the blade and frame assembly by gripping the knife frame guides in the center, with drive
clutches to your left. Lower the blade and frame assembly into the front of the machine until it
rests firmly on the four (4) support pins. Slide assembly to the left, which engages the clutches.
4. Lower the safety neck forward into the operating position.
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WARNING
FOR PERSONAL SAFETY, THIS TENDERIZER WILL NOT OPERATE WITHOUT THE
SAFETY NECK IN PLACE. NEVER RAISE OR LOWER THE SAFETY NECK WITH THE
MACHINE TURNED ON, BOTH FOR PERSONAL PROTECTION AND MACHINE PROTECTION. ALWAYS TURN MACHINE OFF WHEN NOT IN USE. ONLY RUN MACHINE BY
USING THE ON/OFF SWITCH, NEVER BY RAISING OR LOWERING THE COVER.
5. Uncoil power cord and plug into a grounded, approved outlet. (Specifications for this machine
are found on the serial plate located on the left-hand leg.)
6. Push ON/OFF rocker switch to ON. If cutting knives do not rotate, turn machine OFF and
unplug power cord. Lack of rotation indicates that the clutches are not engaging. Raise the
safety shield and slide the assembly to the left. Lower safety shield, plug in power cord and turn
ON.
THE TENDERIZER IS NOW READY TO USE.
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
1. Turn off machine and unplug power cord.
2. Remove safety cover by raising cover and pulling the spring loaded pivot knob to your left. Lift
out.
3. Hand wash and rinse the safety cover and set it aside to air dry. Sanitize with an approved
sanitizer before reassembling. Only use an approved sanitizing solution, Berkel part number
4975-00400.
WARNING
TO PREVENT CUTS, ALWAYS WEAR APPROVED
SAFETY GLOVE WHEN HANDLING STIR-FRY BLADES.
4. Grip the blade and frame assembly at the center of the frame sides. Move to the right to disengage from the clutch. Lift out and set it on a working surface.
5. Push down the locking plate on the right side of the assembly.
WARNING
KNIVES ARE SHARP. ONLY HANDLE BLADES AND KNIVES
BY THE SHAFT ENDS TO AVOID CUTTING HANDS.
6. Grasp both ends of front blade assembly and lift out of frame. Set it back out of the way. Do the
same with the rear blade assembly.
7. Lift out front stripper plate.
8. Remove back stripper plate by rotating up and out.
NOTE: There is no back stripper plate on a stir-fry assembly.
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9. All removable parts can be soaked and scrubbed using a bristled brush and good quality detergent approved for food processing equipment.
10. Rinse thoroughly and set aside to air dry while you are washing the machine case.
11. Sanitize all blade and frame assembly parts and tenderizer unit.
REASSEMBLY
1. Replace stripper plates with solid flanges to the outside of the assembly, teeth to the center and
pointing up. (Front and back stripper plates for the tenderizer group are interchangeable.)
2. Inspect blades (especially if blades have been jammed by bone segments or have been mishandled). If any of the blades in the assembly are bent, replace with a new blade immediately,
otherwise you could damage the blade assembly.
3. With lock plate down, grasp blades by shaft ends and replace. Match color end plugs on blade to
matching colored dots on frame: Red for rear blade, white for front blade.
NOTE: Blade shafts are not interchangeable.
4. Raise locking plate up to lock blade assembly in place.
5. Replace the blade and frame assembly as previously shown and slide to the left to engage with
the clutches.
6. Replace safety cover by retracting pivot pin and latching into the housing. Lower safety neck
into closed position.
7. Plug power cord into wall receptacle.
THE TENDERIZER IS NOW READY TO USE.
OVERLOADING
The machine may jam from overloading or by a piece of bone accidentally being fed into the blades.
If this should happen:
1. Turn off machine immediately.
2. Unplug power cord.
3. Disassemble frame and blade assembly. Inspect for bent blades.
4. Remove obstructions, clean, inspect and reassemble.
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MODELS
Model 705: Tenderizer (includes tenderizer blade and frame assembly).
Model 705S: Stir-Fry Cutter (includes stir-fry cutter blade and frame assembly).
ModelSFC: Stir-Fry Blade and Frame Assembly (to convert 705 and earlier model Berkel to
optional stir-fry cutter use).
TROUBLESHOOTING
Should your tenderizer fail to function properly, here are a few things you can check before calling a
Designated Berkel Service Location for service.
Product not tenderizing or slicing properly:
1. Are the knives/blades dull or bent? If so, contact your nearest Designated Berkel Service Location for replacement.
2. Does the product size exceed the capacity of the tenderizer? Too large a product may rub against
the cover or frame assembly causing interference to normal slicing or tenderizing.
3. Are the blade assemblies securely mated to the driving gears? If not, make sure that the basket
assembly is pushed all the way to the left.
Electrical failure:
1. Is tenderizer fully plugged into a properly grounded 120 volt AC outlet?
2. Inspect power cord. Has it been damaged, cutting off electrical flow? If so, call your Designated
Berkel Service Location to replace the power cord.
3. Is ON/OFF switch in the ON position?
4. Are you getting electricity from the wall outlet? Check by plugging in another piece of equipment with the same electrical requirements. Also, check circuit breaker or fuse
5. Is the Lexan cover completely down?
6. If you are getting electrical power and your tenderizer is still not operating, contact your Designated Berkel Service Location.
If correction of any of the above conditions does not result in a functional tenderizer, call your
Designated Berkel Service Location.
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REPAIR PARTS/REPAIR SERVICE
Please contact your Designated Berkel Service Location for any repair parts and/or repair service
required on your Berkel tenderizer. Additional information may be obtained from:
Service Support Center
Berkel Company
4406 Technology Drive
South Bend, Indiana 46628-9700
574/232-8222 · Fax 574/232-8116
(800) 348-0251
SPECIFICATIONS
Motor:
1/2hp, 115 volt, 60 cycle single phase, 7.5 amps, thermally protected
Transmission:
Direct gear drive, resiliently coupled, enclosed in a permanently lubricated
gearbox.
Output Speed:
120 RPM
Product Capacity:
11/4” (32mm) x 7 7/8” (200mm)
Dimensions:
Width:
Width:
Depth:
Depth:
Height:
16” (406mm)
16” (406mm) (foot to foot)
13-5/8” (346mm)
10-5/8” (270mm) (foot to foot)
16” (406mm)
Weight:
Net:
Shipping:
60 lbs. (27.3 kg)
72 lbs. (32.7 kg)
Stir-Fry Sizes:
Protective Glove:
Cleaning Brush:
3/8” (9.5 mm) part number 4975-00324
1/2” (13 mm) part number 4975-00324
11/16” (17.5 mm) part number 4975-00324
7/8” (22 mm) part number 4975-00324
Small, part number 4975-00319
Medium, part number 4975-00320
Large, part number 4975-00321
Part number 4975-00320
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WARRANTY
Berkel Company (“Berkel”) warrants to the Buyer of new equipment that said equipment,
when installed in accordance with our instructions and subjected to normal use, is free from
defects in material or workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of sale.1
BERKEL SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Berkel’s obligation and liability under this warranty is expressly limited to repairing or
replacing equipment that proves to be defective in material or workmanship within the applicable warranty period. Berkel or a Designated Berkel Service Location will perform all
repairs pursuant to this warranty. Berkel expressly excludes responsibility for incidental or
consequential damages to buyer or any third party, including, without limitation, damages
arising from personal injuries, lost profits, loss of business opportunity, loss of property,
economic losses, or statutory or exemplary damages, whether in negligence, warranty, strict
liability or otherwise.
This warranty does not apply to: periodic maintenance of equipment including but not limited to lubrication, replacement of worn blades, knives, stones, knobs, accessories, and miscellaneous expendable supply items, and other adjustments required due to installation set-up
or normal wear.
These warranties are given only to the first purchaser from a Berkel Authorized Channel of
Distribution. No warranty is given to subsequent transferees.
The foregoing warranty provisions are a complete and exclusive statement of the warranty
between the buyer and seller. Berkel neither assumes nor authorizes any persons to assume
any other obligation or liability connection with said equipment.
1
Model 180 slicers carry a 90-day warranty.
BK46704 (February 2002)