Belshaw Brothers TYPE K DEPOSITORS Operator`s manual

Donut Depositor
Type N
Operator’s Manual
and
Technical Supplement
Belshaw Bros., Inc.
814 44th Street NW, Suite 103
Auburn, WA 98001 USA
Tel: (206) 322-5474
Fax: (206) 322-5425
Toll Free (US): 1-800-578-2547
E-mail: service@belshaw.com
www.belshaw.com
Donut Cutter
Type N
Operator’s Manual
Belshaw Bros., Inc.
814 44th Street NW, Suite 103
Auburn, WA 98001 USA
Phone: (206) 322-5474 ● Fax: (206) 322-5425
Email: service@belshaw.com ● http://www.belshaw.com
If you accept the machine from the shipping
company, you are, in effect, saying that the
machine is in good condition, and you must
pay for the machine. The freight company has
accepted responsibility for the safe delivery of
our machines. For your protection, inspect the
machine to see that no parts are bent, scratched,
or otherwise damaged. If any damage has
occurred in shipping, file a freight claim with the
shipping company immediately.
IMPORTANT
Keep this manual for reference purposes.
EQUIPMENT RECORD
Please provide the information below when you correspond with us about your machine.
Purchased by ______________________________________________________________________
Installed by _______________________________________________________________________
Date of installation __________________________ Model number _________________________
Serial number ______________________________________________________________________
011108
MN-1542EN
Belshaw Bros., Inc.
814 44th Street NW, Suite 103
Auburn, WA 98001 USA
Phone: (206) 322-5474 ● Fax: (206) 322-5425
Email: service@belshaw.com ● http://www.belshaw.com
Contents
1
Operating
1
2
Cleaning
2
Care, Maintenance, and Cleaning for Plungers and Hoppers
Care and Cleaning of Cutters and Dispensers
2
3
3
Maintenance
4
4
Donut Making Helps
6
Tips on Making Quality Cake Donuts
Tables & Formulas used in Donut Making
8
9
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Preface
The Type N Variety Cutter is designed to cut
cake donut products and deposit them in a
variety of smaller fryers. It is designed to be
mounted on a wall or on a fryer mount.
During production, the operator must move the
Cutter, holding the guide handle, to deposit
donuts in the desired locations in the fryer. The
operator must work safely at all times and read
this manual and follow its instructions and
warnings.
A thorough understanding of how to install,
maintain, and safely operate the Type N Variety
Cutter will prevent production delays and
injuries. Heed the following warnings and all
other warnings that appear in this manual:
•
Make sure the machine is mounted
securely. Doing so will prevent the
machine from tipping over or falling,
which could cause serious injury.
•
When the machine is column-mounted
on a fryer, make sure the fryer is
securely fastened to the floor. If the
fryer is not fastened to the floor, the
weight of the cutter could cause the fryer
to tip over, resulting in serious burns,
other injury, or death.
•
To avoid damaging the machine, never
use force to assemble, disassemble,
operate, clean, or maintain it.
•
Be careful never to get shortening,
water, or other materials on the floor. If
anything does get spilled on the floor,
clean the area immediately. Materials on
the floor can cause people to slip or fall,
resulting in serious injury or loss of life.
WARNING
Never put your hand in the hopper or
between trip arms while machine is being
operated.
DANGER!
When the cutter is column mounted, the
fryer must be securely fastened to the floor
to prevent tipping or overturning the fryer.
If the fryer is tipped, SERIOUS BURNS or
other injury can occur.
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Operation of this machine is very simple, but
there are some details to which we would call
your attention in order to get the best results, and
keep your machine in perfect running condition.
1. See that all lock nuts are kept tight when
running machine.
2. Rotate the crank while the machine is
empty and see that it runs freely.
3. Set the pointer on the crank to the center
of the dial. To do so, loosen the locknut
on the crank, hold the dial and move the
crank until the required position is
reached, then tighten locknut.
4. When shortening has reached the
required temperature, fill the hopper 2/3
full of dough and crank the machine until
it has cut two donuts into the mixing
bowl. (This expels any air left in the
cutting system).
5. Turn the crank to lowest position which
raises the pistons and permits the
machine to pass freely over the edge of
the kettle. With the machine in position
over the kettle, begin turning the crank
and moving the machine 3 or 4 inches as
each donut is dropped.
Operation
6. When the required number of donuts has
been dropped, turn the crank again to
lowest position and swing machine free
of kettle.
7. To regulate the weight of the donuts,
move plunger rods to highest position
which raises one of the pistons out of the
cylinder and allows them to move. The
dial pointer can now be set to quantity
desired and need not be changed until a
different size of donut is desired. To
make donuts larger, move pointer toward
the “L” on the dial. To make donuts
smaller, move dial toward the “S.”
8. To use up the last of the dough in the
hopper, scrape the dough down around
the piston rods, and turn crank slower.
9. The machine should be cleaned as soon
as possible after use. Disassemble by
reversing the assembly procedure. (See
Section 1, Installation).
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Cleaning
To facilitate packaging, the Variety Cutter has
been partially disassembled and before use it
should be cleaned and properly assembled.
1. Wash plunger unit in hot water and
detergent, rinse and wipe dry. The
plunger should be lightly oiled with
cooking oil. CAUTION: Never oil
donut machine parts by dipping in hot fat,
unless thoroughly dry.
2. Remove hopper base from hopper by
rotating base approximately ¼ turn to
release lock pin. Then pull down to
remove from hopper. Wash both hopper
and hopper base in water and detergent,
rinse and wipe dry. The cylinder lining
in the hopper base should be lightly oiled
with shortening.
3. Wash the crank assembly with a cloth
dampened with hot water and detergent.
Wipe off with another damp cloth to
remove detergent, and wipe dry. DO
NOT IMMERSE THIS UNIT TO
WASH OR RINSE.
Care, Maintenance, and
Cleaning for Plungers and
Hoppers
The plungers and hoppers of your Type K are
precision instruments built from alloy steels and
aluminum. They should be handled with care to
insure continued satisfactory performance.
When cleaning aluminum, selection of the right
type cleaner is your most important
consideration. Any household dish washing
detergent which is safe for aluminum does a
good job of cleaning and does not attack
aluminum. Strong Alkali cleaners, such as lye,
soda ash, and tri-sodium phosphate, will discolor
or even corrode aluminum even in weak
solutions.
DO NOT Handle roughly or drop on hard
surfaces.
DO NOT Mix with other utensils in the sink
when washing.
DO NOT Allow to rust. Always wash parts
thoroughly. Dry completely and lubricate with
mineral oil or liquid shortening before storing or
reinstalling in unit.
DO NOT Force the machine if it becomes
jammed. Disassemble and remove any
obstruction to prevent damage to the plunger.
Washing Plungers and
Hoppers by Hand:
1. Remove plunger from hopper.
2. Use plenty of warm water.
3. Add cleaner approved for aluminum in
concentrations recommended by
manufacturer.
4. Presoak to loosen stubborn or dried-on
deposits.
5. Use a non-scratching plastic scour cloth to
remove soil and restore luster.
6. Rinse in clear hot water (170-190 deg.)
7. Wipe completely dry.
8. Dip plungers in mineral oil or liquid
shortening to prevent rust and sticking.
NOTE:
“O” Rings are not used on plungers
for Type K Depositors
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Care and Cleaning of
Cutters and Dispensers
The most important thing when cleaning
aluminum is the selection of the right type of
cleaner. Strong alkali cleaners such as lye, soda
ash, and tri-sodium phosphate discolor and
corrode aluminum, even in weak solutions. A
detergent which contains an inhibitor to prevent
the attack on metals, such as those listed below,
does a good job of cleaning and does not attack
the aluminum.
List of Approved Cleaners for Aluminum
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Aluminum Cleaner NE-6
Cascade
Clenesco A&T
Finish
Flash-Dri Cleaner
Kan Wash
Magnus N Z L
Naccanol NR Flakes
Rinse Aid
West Foam Cleaner
Enthone, Inc.
Proctor and Gamble
Cowles Chemical Co.
Economics Laboratory
Klenzade Products, Inc.
Wyandotte Chemicals
Magnus Chemical Co.
National Aniline Division
Calgon, Inc.
West Disinfecting Co.
New Haven, CT
Cincinnati, OH
Cleveland, OH
St. Paul, MN
Beloit, WI
Wyandotte, MI
Garwood, NJ
New York, NY
Pittsburgh, PA
Long Island, NY
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Maintenance
Following are some maintenance and operating
hints:
•
DO NOT at any time use force to
assemble or operate the machine.
•
If machine sticks, disassemble to remove
obstruction or check to determine cause
and correct same.
•
Once each week lubricate the operating
cams by putting several drops of oil
between trip arms when crank case is
held with trip arms pointing up.
•
When cleaning machine after use, do not
wash or rinse crank case by immersing in
water. Use a damp cloth only.
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Donut Making Helps
Tips on Making Quality
Cake Donuts
•
•
Use the correct batter temperature.
If the shortening is too deep, the donuts may
not turn over when they reach the turner,
causing them to cook unevenly.
In general, the correct batter temperature is
75°-80°F/24°-27°C. Check the mix
manufacturer’s instructions, as the
recommended temperature range may vary.
If the batter is too warm, the donuts will lack
volume and may “ring out” or be misshapen.
If the batter is too cold, the donuts will stay
under the shortening too long, fry too
slowly, and crack open or ball up. They
may also absorb excess shortening and lose
volume.
•
If the floor time exceeds 30 minutes, the mix
will gas off, the donuts will lose volume and
shape and will absorb too much shortening.
•
If the shortening is too shallow (too far
below the cutter), the donuts may not drop
flat, may turn over while submerging and
surfacing, and may become irregular,
cracked, or rough-crusted.
•
Use the correct frying temperature.
Ensure that the donuts absorb the right
amount of shortening.
Donuts should absorb 1-1/2 to 3 oz/42 to
85 g of shortening per dozen, depending on
their weight. You can achieve proper
absorption by following tips 1-3.
Use the correct floor time.
A floor time of 10 minutes between mixing
and cutting allows the baking powder to
react with the water. This helps the donuts
attain the proper volume and absorb the
proper amount of shortening.
Maintain the proper shortening level. We
recommend a distance of 1 1/4” between the
cutter and the shortening.
•
If the donuts do not absorb enough
shortening, they will not keep well.
If they absorb too much shortening, they
will lose volume and may become
misshapen. If this happens, follow tips 1-3,
mix the batter a little longer than usual, turn
the donuts as soon as they become golden
brown, and turn the donuts only once.
The correct shortening temperature for
frying is 370°-380°F/188°-193°C.
If the shortening is too hot, the donuts will
fry too quickly on the outside and will lose
volume. The donuts may also become dense
inside.
If the shortening is too cold, the donuts will
spread too rapidly, will form large rings, will
tend to crack open, will be too light in
appearance, and will absorb too much
shortening.
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TABLES AND FORMULAS USED IN DONUT MAKING
Calculating Correct Water Temperature
The following is an example of how to calculate
the correct water temperature to use. You must
use your own room temperature, dry mix
temperature, desired batter temperature, and, if
you are making yeast-raised donuts, estimated
temperature increase during mixing.
Cake Donuts
Yeast-Raised Donuts
°F
72
+70
142
°C
22.2
+21.1
43.3
°F
72
+70
142
°C
22.2
+21.1
43.3
Total B
75
x3
225
23.9
x3
71.7
80
x3
240
26.7
x3
80.1
Total B
-Total A
Desired water temp. for cake donuts
225
-142
83°F
71.7
-43.3
28.4°C
240
-142
98
↓
98
-30
68°F
80.1
-43.3
36.8
↓
36.8
-17
19.8°C
Room temperature
Dry mix temperature
Total A
Desired batter temperature
Figure from above
Temperature increase during mixing (average: 30°F/17°C)
Desired water temperature for yeast-raised donuts
Ratios of Plunger Sizes to
Donut Weights
The weights given are for donuts without icings
or other toppings. They are provided for
reference only, as weights vary according to the
density of the batter.
Plunger Size
Donut Weight per
Dozen
1”
1 7/16”
1 9/16”
1 13/16”
5-8 oz/142-227 g
10-17 oz/283-482 g
14-21 oz/397-595 g
19-23 oz/539-652 g
Temperature Conversion
To convert temperatures from Fahrenheit to
Celsius, subtract 32 from °F and divide the result
by 1.8. For example, 212°F-32/1.8 = 100°C. To
convert temperatures from Celsius to Fahrenheit,
multiply °C by 1.8 and add 32 to the result. For
example, (100°C x 1.8) + 32 = 212°F.
°F
°C
°F
°C
55
60
65
70
75
80
325
330
335
12.8
15.6
18.3
21.2
23.9
26.7
162.8
165.6
168.3
340
345
350
355
360
365
370
375
380
171.1
173.9
176.7
179.4
182.2
185.0
187.8
190.6
193.3
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Batter Temperature Chart (Fahrenheit)
Flour Temperature
55°F
56°F
57°F
58°F
59°F
60°F
61°F
62°F
63°F
64°F
65°F
66°F
67°F
68°F
69°F
70°F
71°F
72°F
73°F
74°F
75°F
76°F
77°F
78°F
79°F
80°F
Water Temperature
89°F
88°F
87°F
86°F
85°F
84°F
83°F
82°F
81°F
80°F
79°F
78°F
77°F
76°F
75°F
74°F
73°F
72°F
71°F
70°F
69°F
68°F
67°F
66°F
65°F
64°F
ƒ
If flour temperature is above 80°F, use ice water.
ƒ
If shop is extra cold, add 2°F to indicated water temperature.
ƒ
If shop is extra warm, subtract 2°F from indicated water temperature.
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Donut Cutter
Type N
Technical Supplement
Belshaw Bros., Inc.
814 44th Street NW, Suite 103
Auburn, WA 98001 USA
Phone: (206) 322-5474 ● Fax: (206) 322-5425
Email: service@belshaw.com ● http://www.belshaw.com
If you accept the machine from the shipping
company, you are, in effect, saying that the
machine is in good condition, and you must
pay for the machine. The freight company has
accepted responsibility for the safe delivery of
our machines. For your protection, inspect the
machine to see that no parts are bent, scratched,
or otherwise damaged. If any damage has
occurred in shipping, file a freight claim with the
shipping company immediately.
IMPORTANT
Keep this manual for reference purposes.
EQUIPMENT RECORD
Please provide the information below when you correspond with us about your machine.
Purchased by ______________________________________________________________________
Installed by _______________________________________________________________________
Date of installation __________________________ Model number _________________________
Serial number ______________________________________________________________________
011108
MN-1543EN
Belshaw Bros., Inc.
814 44th Street NW, Suite 103
Auburn, WA 98001 USA
Phone: (206) 322-5474 ● Fax: (206) 322-5425
Email: service@belshaw.com ● http://www.belshaw.com
Contents
1
Installation
1
Wall Mount
Fryer Mount
Assembly
1
2
2
2
Maintenance
3
Factory Parts & Repair Service
3
3
Appendix
4
Parts List Drawing Insert Page
Insert
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Preface
The Type N Variety Cutter is designed to cut
cake donut products and deposit them in a
variety of smaller fryers. It is designed to be
mounted on a wall or on a fryer mount.
During production, the operator must move the
Cutter, holding the guide handle, to deposit
donuts in the desired locations in the fryer. The
operator must work safely at all times and read
this manual and follow its instructions and
warnings.
A thorough understanding of how to install,
maintain, and safely operate the Type N Variety
Cutter will prevent production delays and
injuries. Heed the following warnings and all
other warnings that appear in this manual:
•
Make sure the machine is mounted
securely. Doing so will prevent the
machine from tipping over or falling,
which could cause serious injury.
•
When the machine is column-mounted
on a fryer, make sure the fryer is
securely fastened to the floor. If the
fryer is not fastened to the floor, the
weight of the cutter could cause the fryer
to tip over, resulting in serious burns,
other injury, or death.
•
To avoid damaging the machine, never
use force to assemble, disassemble,
operate, clean, or maintain it.
•
Be careful never to get shortening,
water, or other materials on the floor. If
anything does get spilled on the floor,
clean the area immediately. Materials on
the floor can cause people to slip or fall,
resulting in serious injury or loss of life.
WARNING
Never put your hand in the hopper or
between trip arms while machine is being
operated.
DANGER!
When the cutter is column mounted, the
fryer must be securely fastened to the floor
to prevent tipping or overturning the fryer.
If the fryer is tipped, SERIOUS BURNS or
other injury can occur.
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Installation
This machine is designed to be used on either a
wall mount or a fryer mount. This should be
specified when the machine is ordered from the
factory. If the mounting is not specified, the
fryer mount will be shipped.
Wall Mount consists of:
Wall Plate #0004
Wall Arm Pin #0011
Set Collar #0121
Arm Bushing #0120
6 Lag Bolts, 5/16-1 ½”
Fryer Mount consists of:
Column, 1 1/8” Dia., #0132-2 (20” Long)
Or #0132-3 (48” Long)
Set Collar #0121
2 Fryer Brackets; #591-16 or #0133
4 Mounting bolts, ¼-20 x 1, NC
Installation of Wall Mount
It is necessary to provide a good solid support for
mounting the machine to the wall. We suggest
the use of a 2 x 4” timber, securely fastened to
the wall. This 2 x 4 should be long enough to
extend upward from the floor to a distance
approximately 18” higher than the top of the
frying kettle.
If the wall is wood, the 2 x 4 should be securely
spiked to the wall. If the wall is brick, holes
should be drilled, and the 2 x 4 fastened by lag
bolts with expansion bolt shields.
1. Set the frying kettle in position directly in
front or a little to the right of the wall
support, and approximately 6” from the
wall. The Variety Cutter can be mounted
from either side of the kettle or between 2
kettles.
2. Lay a straight edge, (a board will do)
across the kettle top to the 2 x 4.
3. Measure up 9” and mark center which
will be the correct height and position for
the top hole in the wall plate. Drill a ¼”
hole at this point and fasten the wall plate
with the lag screws which come with the
machine.
4. Determine the correct vertical position of
the wall plate, then screw the plate down
securely to the 2 x 4 using all 6 screws.
5. To locate the curved arm section in place
on the wall plate, the large bushing
should be installed in the curved arm
section. The set collar should be installed
on the large bushing under the curved
arm. Then slide the ½” pin through the
upper bearing hole on the wall plate,
through the bushing and then through the
lower bearing hole on the wall plate.
Place washer provided on the upright pin
to serve as a thrust bearing. Oil pin
lightly with light machine oil.
6. Set the small straight arm in place on the
pin of the first bracket arm. This should
be also mounted so that the pin is
pointing up. Place ½” washer provided
on the pin. Oil pin lightly with light
machine oil.
7. The donut cutter should be mounted on
the pin of the straight arm. Adjust the set
collar under the curved arm to give the
proper clearance. (A) The guard flange
of the hopper base when mounted on the
machine should just clear the rim of the
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fryer. (B) The bottom of the cutter
should be 1” to 1 ¼” from the surface of
the shortening.
Installation of Fryer Mount
(NOTE: For mounting to 616A or 616”AT
fryers, see instructions for Cut-N-Fry
Combination).
This equipment is designed as a universal unit,
and can be mounted on the corner of most fryers.
The mounting brackets should be mounted on the
back corner on the opposite side of the drain tray.
They can be fastened to the fryer case using ¼”
bolts. Washers and nuts should be used if the
mount is made on the sheet metal case.
1. The brackets should be mounted so as to
be approximately 12” apart if possible.
The upper bracket should be as near the
top of the fryer as possible.
2. After brackets are installed, the mounting
column should be put in place so that it
rests on the surface on which the fryer is
sitting. Then lock with the set screws in
the mounting brackets.
3. Slide set collar into rod (pin up and
toward the back for countertop fryers; pin
down for floor models). Place so that top
of collar is 6” above the rim of the fryer.
This will give approximate location. Oil
rod above set collar lightly with machine
oil.
4. Place bracket arm with large hole on the
rod, sliding down until it rests on the set
collar. This should be set so that the 4”
long pin is pointing up. Place nylon
washer provided on the pin to serve as a
thrust bearing. Oil pin lightly.
6. The donut cutter should be mounted on
the pin of the outer arm. Adjust the set
collar under the inner arm to give the
proper clearance. (A) The guard flange
of the hopper base, when mounted in the
machine, should just clear the rim of the
fryer. (B) The bottom of the cutter
should be 1” to 1 ¼” from the surface of
the shortening.
To Assemble the Cutter
1. Position hopper on the small bracket arm
setting mounting hole over the bracket
pin.
2. Insert hopper base in bottom of cylinder,
pushing up to force lock pin out. When
hopper base is fully inserted, rotate until
lock pin goes into place.
3. Position crank case on the double
locating studs. Do not push the crank
case fully into position, holding back
approximately ½”. Start the lock nut on
the end of the threaded locating pin.
4. Insert the plunger by passing rods
through the opening in the hopper center
and having the plunger bearing above the
hopper arch. Lower the plunger bearing
into the bearing seat in the hopper center.
Align the arms with the plunger pins.
When the forks on the trip arms are in
line with the plunger pins, tighten the
crank case locknut which pushes the
crank case into position. Then tighten
lock screw on the hopper center bearing
to hold plunger bearing in place.
5. Set the small straight arm in place on the
pin of the first bracket. This should be
also mounted so that the pin is pointing
up. Place the nylon washer provided on
the pin. Oil lightly with machine oil.
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Maintenance
Following are some maintenance and operating
hints:
•
DO NOT at any time use force to
assemble or operate the machine.
•
If machine sticks, disassemble to remove
obstruction or check to determine cause
and correct same.
•
Once each week lubricate the operating
cams by putting several drops of oil
between trip arms when crank case is
held with trip arms pointing up.
•
When cleaning machine after use, do not
wash or rinse crank case by immersing in
water. Use damp cloth only.
number, and the name of the contact person
when a cost estimate has been determined. In
most cases, the machine can be shipped back,
freight collect, within five days.
Factory Parts and Repair
Service
Replacement Part Orders (Include the following
information with your order):
1. Model number of your machine
2. Serial number of your machine
3. Voltage, phase and hertz (if applicable)
4. Part number, part name, description, size,
etc. (if applicable)
5. Quantity desired
Factory Rebuild Service:
If your machine becomes badly worn or
seriously out of adjustment, we have a complete
rebuild and repair service. Call the service
department for a Return of Goods Authorization
number (RGA#). Return your machine to the
factory (with RGA# on the outside of the box,
and on all the paperwork included), FREIGHT
PREPAID, with your instructions, phone
Belshaw Bros., Inc. • www.belshaw.com • Phone 206-322-5474 • Fax 206-322-5425
Donut Cutter Type N TS
MN-1543EN
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Appendix
See Parts List Drawing Insert Page.
Belshaw Bros., Inc. • www.belshaw.com • Phone 206-322-5474 • Fax 206-322-5425
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MN-1543EN
Donut Cutter Type N TS