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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Declares that the machines identified by their type above,
comply with:
• The essential requirements of the following European
directives
and
with
the
corresponding
national
regulations:
- Directive «Machinery» 2006/42/EC,
- Directive «Low voltage» 2014/35/EU,
- Directive «Electromagnetic compatibility»
2014/30/EU,
- Regulation (EC) n°1935/2004 «Materials and articles
intended to come into contact with food»,
-
Regulation (EU) n°10/2011 «Plastic materials and
articles intended to come into contact with food»,
- Directive «Reduction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS)
- EN ISO 12100: 2010: Safety of machinery – General
principles for design,
- EN 60204-1 -2006: Safety of machinery – Electrical
equipment of machines,
- EN 12852: Food Processors and Blenders,
- EN 1678-1998: Vegetable Cutting Machines,
- EN 454 + A1 2010-02: Blender-Mixers,
- EN 12853: Hand-held Blenders and Whisks
(stick blenders),
- EN 14655: Bread Slicers,
- EN 13208: Vegetable Preparation Machines,
- EN 13621: Salad Spinners,
- EN 60529-2000: Degrees of protection,
- IP 55 for the electrical controls,
- IP 34 for the machines.
2002/95/EC,
- Directive «WEEE» 2012/19/EU,
• The requirements of the European harmonized standards
and with the standards specifying the hygiene and
safety requirements:
Montceau en Bourgogne on 4 March 2016
Alain NODET
Industrial Director
Robot-Coupe SNC - 12 avenue du Maréchal Leclerc – BP 134 – 71305 Montceau-les-Mines Cedex - France
SUMMARY
WARRANTY
MAINTENANCE
• Motor seal
ImportanT Warning
Introduction to your new
vegetable preparation machine
CL 52 “E” Version
• Blades and plates
• Grating discs
Technical specifications
• Weight
• Dimensions
• Working height
Switching on the machine
• Advice on electrical
• Noise level
• Electrical data
THE LEVER-OPERATED HOPPER
AND ITS TOOLS
Safety
HOPPER USE AND DISC CHOICE
Technical data
STANDARDS
• Exploded views
Cleaning
• Electric and wiring diagrams
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ROBOT-COUPE s.n.c., Limited Warranty
2 Your new ROBOT-COUPE appliance is warranted to the original buyer for a period
of one year from the date of sale if you
bought it from ROBOT-COUPE s.n.c.
If you bought your ROBOT-COUPE product
from a distributor your product is covered by your distributor’s warranty (Please
check with your distributor terms and
conditions of the warranty).
The ROBOT-COUPE s.n.c. limited warranty
is against defects in material and/or workmanship.
Labour to sharpen and/ or replacements
for blades which have become blunt, chipped or
worn after a normal or excessive period of use.
3 -
Materials or labour to replace or repair
scratch­ed, stained, chipped, pitted, dented or
­discoloured surfaces, blades, knives, attachments
or accessories.
1 -
Damage caused by abuse, misuse, dropping, or other similar damage caused by or
resulting from failure to follow assembly, operating, cleaning, user maintenance or storage
instructions.
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SHIPPING DAMAGES. Visible and latent
­ efects are the responsibility of the freight card
rier. The consignee must inform the carrier and
consignor immediately, or upon discovery in the
case of latent defects.
KEEP ALL ORIGINAL CONTAINERS AND
PACKING MATERIALS FOR CARRIER
INSPECTION.
4 -
Any alteration, addition or repair that
has not been carried out by the company or an
­approved service agency.
5 - Transportation of the appliance to or from
an approved service agency.
THE FOLLOWING ARE NOT COVERED
by the ROBOT-COUPE s.n.c.
­WARRANTY:
8 -
6 - Labour charges to install or test new attachments or accessories (i.e., bowls, discs, blades, attachments) which have been arbitrarity replaced.
7 - The cost of changing direction-of-rotation of
three-phase electric motors (Installer is responsible).
Neither ROBOT-COUPE s.n.c. nor its affiliated
companies or any of its distributors, directors,
agents, employees, or insurers will be liable for
indirect damage, losses, or expenses linked to the
appliance or the inability to use it.
The robot-coupe s . n . c . warranty is
given expressly and in lieu of all other
warranties, expressed or implied, for
merchantability and for fitness toward a
particular purpose and constitutes the only
warranty made by robot-coupe s.n.c.
france.
important warning
W A R NING
KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS
IN A SAFE PLACE
Warning : In order to limit accidents such as electric shocks or personal injury, and in order to limit material damage due to misuse
of the ­appliance, please read these instructions carefully and follow them strictly. Reading the operating instructions will help you
get to know your appliance and enable you to use the equipment correctly. Please read these instructions in their entirety and make
sure that anyone else who may use the appliance also reads them beforehand.
unpacking
use
• Carefully remove the equipment from the packaging
• Never try to override the locking and safety
ammonia).
systems.
• Robot-Coupe can in no way be held responsible for
• Never insert an object into the container where the
the user’s failure to follow the basic rules of cleaning
food is being processed.
and hygiene.
and take out all the boxes or packets containing
attachments or specific items.
• WARNING - some of the tools are very sharp e.g.
blades, discs... etc.
installation
• We recommend you install your machine on a
perfectly stable solid base.
• For plastic parts , do not use detergents that are too
alkaline (e.g., containing too much caustic soda or
• Never push the ingredients down with your hand.
• Do not overload the appliance.
maintenance
• Before opening the motor housing, it is absolutely
• Never switch the appliance on when it is empty.
vital to unplug the appliance.
cleaning
• Check the seals and washers regularly and ­ensure
• As a precaution, always unplug your appliance
• It is particularly important to maintain and check
to that indicated on the identification plate on the
before cleaning it.
the attachments since certain ingredients contain
motor unit and that it can withstand the amperage.
• Always clean the appliance and its attachments at
• The machine must be earthed.
the end of each cycle.
connection
• Always check that your mains supply corresponds
handling
• Never immerse the motor unit in water.
that the safety devices are in good working order.
corrosive agents, e.g. citric acid.
• Never operate the appliance if the power cord
or plug has been damaged or if the appliance fails
to work properly or has been damaged in any way.
• Always take care when handling the blades, as
• For parts made from aluminum, use cleaning fluids
• Do not hesitate to contact your local Maintenance
they are extremely sharp.
intended for aluminum.
Service if something appears to be wrong.
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Introduction to
your new vegetable
preparation machine
CL 52 “E” Version
The CL 52 is perfectly geared to professional needs.
SWITCHING ON THE MACHINE
• ADVICE ON ELECTRICAL
Before plugging in, check that your power supply
corresponds to that indicated on the machine’s
identi­fication plate.
It can perform any number of tasks, which you will
war n i n g
gradually discover as you use it.
this machine must be earthed
The CL 52 is equipped with a removable lid, metal
(risk of electrocution)
bowl an stainless steel motor base. The full moon
hopper is ideal for cutting large products.
• CL 52 e Single-Phase
The CL 52 is supplied with a wide range of discs
and grids to satisfy even the most demanding chefs
ROBOT-COUPE CL 52 are fitted with various types
of motors:
230 V / 50 Hz / 1
when it comes to cutting up fruit and vegetables,
120 V / 60 Hz / 1
i.e. slicing, grating, julienne, dicing and french
220 V / 60 Hz / 1
fried potatoes discs. The head has been specially
designed to handle bulky vegetables.
The machine comes with a single-phase plug
connected to a power cord.
Thanks to its simple design, all components
• CL 52 e Three-Phase
requiring frequent handling for maintenance or
cleaning can be fitted and removed in a trice.
ROBOT-COUPE CL 52 are fitted with various types
of motors:
400 V / 50 Hz / 3
To make things easier for you, this manual gives a
220 V / 60 Hz / 3
breakdown of all the various fitting operations.
380 V / 60 Hz / 3
This manual contains important information
The machine is supplied with a cable to which you
simply attach the appropriate electrical plug for
your system. The cable has four wires, one earth
wire, plus three phase wires.
designed to help the user get the most out of this
vegetable preparation machine.
We therefore recommend that you read it
carefully before using your machine.
We have also included a few examples to help you
get the feel of your new machine and appreciate its
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numerous advantages.
If you have a 4-pin plug:
1) Connect the green and yellow earth wire to the
earth pin.
2) Connect the three other wires to the remaining
pins.
If you have more than 4 pins in the plug please
note the ROBOT-COUPE does not require a neutral
wire.
Switch on the empty machine, making sure that
the blade is rotating properly in an anti-clockwise
direction.
On the motor base, a red arrow marks the blade
rotation direction. If the blade turns in a clockwise
direction, swap over two wires:
Since GREEN/YELLOW is the earth,
DO NOT DISCONNECT.
Swap either :the ➊ and the ➋
the ➊ and the ➌
the ➋ and the ➌
T HE LEVER-OPERATED
HOPPER AND ITS TOOLS
This hopper allows you to prepare all types of
vegetables:
- the large feed hopper is used to prepare bulky
vegetables such as cabbage, celery, lettuce, etc.,
- the tube is used to prepare long or fragile fruit or
vegetables.
Two types of tool are designed for the lever-type
hopper:
1) the loading cone
Always remember to fit an ejection tool if
the removable divider is not being used.
2) The hollowing cutter used only
to prepare cabbage. This tool can
be used to shred or grate a whole
cabbage without having to cut it
beforehand.
A special tool has also been
designed to remove the hollowing
cutter.
❶ Assembly
With the motor unit
facing you, slot the black
or white ejection tool
onto the drive shaft and
check that it is correctly
positioned at the bottom
of the bowl.
❷ Position your chosen disc:
a) If you have opted
for a slicing, grating or
julienne disc:
position the disc on the
motor shaft. To ensure that
it is correctly positioned,
turn it in a clockwise
direction.
b) You have chosen a dicing unit:
i.e. a grid and a special slicing disc for diced
vegetables.
Slicing discs and dicing grids can be mounted in
the following combinations:
Dicing grid
Slicer
5 mm
8 mm
10 mm
14 mm
20 mm
25 mm
Two ejection tools:
The CL 52 is supplied with two ejection tools. The
white ejector has been specially designed to cope
with cabbage. For all other vegetables, use the
black ejector disc.
5x5
mm
8x8
mm
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
10x10 14x14 20x20 25x25
mm
mm
mm
mm
Ejector disc
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
You will find all the combinations marked • on our
machines and accessories price list.
The dimensions of the dicing grid should always be
equal to or greater than those of the slicing disc.
Place the dicing grid in
the bowl of the vegetable
processor.
Make sure that the
spur on the grid is fully
engaged in the locking
slot of the motor unit.
Cabbage ejector
•
•
•
•
•
•
Next, fit the corresponding slicing disc (straightedged blade) and rotate
in a clockwise direction to
ensure that it is correctly
positioned.
c) If you want to use the French fries potatoes
cutting equipment:
This equipment comprises a French fries grid and a
special French fries slicing disc.
W A R NING
To get the very best results
when cutting french fries,
remember to insert the
removable divider in the
hopper and load the potatoes
into the left-hand compartment
(see photo opposite).
Position the French fries
grid in the vegetable preparation bowl.
Check that it is correctly
positioned with the French
fries plate positioned at
the outlet.
No tools (loading cone or cabbage corer) are
required when using the divider.
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Next fit the appropriate
slicing disc and rotate in
a clockwise direction to
check that it i correctly
positioned.
Then, screw the loading cone or the hollowing
cutter onto the motor shaft according to the type of
vegetable to be prepared (unless using the removable
divider).
Slide the hinge pin
into the slots provided
at the back of the motor
base.
Always use a properly cleaned grid.
Next, lock the lid onto
the motor unit using the
locking handle.
Use our D-Clean Kit (ref. 39881) to clean your 5x5,
❺
without properly cleaning the grid beforehand.
8x8 and 10x10 dicing grids quickly and easily
4) Fit the discharge plate, disc or dicing equipment
❸
It should be remembered that the loading cone is
suitable for all types of vegetable except for cabbage.
The hollowing cutter is designed for that purpose.
Never process soft foodstuffs after hard ones
TO CHANGE THE DISC:
as indicated in “assembly procedures” in points
1) With the motor unit
facing you, release the
aluminium locking handle used to lock the veg
prep head onto the motor
unit with your right hand.
and ❷.
❶
5) Close the veg prep lid and lock it onto the motor
unit with the locking handle.
HOPPER USE AND
DISC CHOICE
Loading cone
Cabbage corer
Please use the spanner supplied with
the appliance to remove the cabbage
corer.
No tools (loading cone or cabbage corer) are
required when using the divider.
❹ Slip the hinge pin into
the locations provided
at the back of the motor
base.
The locking handle should
now be facing you, on the
right.
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Lift the vegetable pre­paration head, tilting it back to
release the bowl.
2) Remove the disc by lifting it from underneath using
the hub and if necessary, turn in an anti-clockwise
direction to release…
If you have been using a dicing unit, we recommend
you remove the grid and the disc at the same time.
This will be easier if you first rotate the emptying disc
and pull it out by the two holes.
3) When fitting dicing equipment, we recommend
that you clean the inside of the bowl with a sponge,
particularly the part onto which the grid is to be
fitted.
The lid of the vegetable processor features two feed
openings:
- One large hopper for cutting vegetables such
as cabbage, celeriac, etc... This hopper can be
partitioned with a divider. This makes it easier to
deal with round or oval vegetables.
- One cylindrical hopper for long vegetables and
high-precision cutting. Cutting quality can be
optimized if the compartment is used as a cutting
guide.
- R aise the pusher to gain access to the feed
opening.
HOW TO USE THE LARGE HOPPER
W A R NING
To get the very best results
when cutting french fries,
remember to insert the
removable divider in the
hopper and load the potatoes
into the left-hand compartment
(see photo opposite).
Depending on the application, use the removable
divider to stack the vegetables higher in the hopper
(e.g. carrots and potatoes) and prevent the more
fragile ones (e.g. tomatoes) from being damaged
by the loading cone.
- Fill the feeder right up to the top with vegetables.
- Lower the pusher so that it is flush with the top of
the feed opening.
- Press the pusher down to guide the food through
the machine. The exact amount of pressure
required will depend on the nature of the cut,
bearing in mind that too much force reduces
cutting quality without increasing throughput.
- Cut cabbages in half and remove the core before
processing, in order to avoid unnecessary strain
and ensure an end-product of a higher quality.
HOW TO USE THE CYLINDRICAL HOPPER
Fill the feeder right up to the top with vegetables.
Apply a downwards pressure on the pusher and
maintain it until all the vegetables have been processed.
Always press the vegetables down with a pusher to
improve cutting efficiency. CLEANING
SLICErs S 0,8
cabbage
S1
carrot / cabbage / cucumber / onion / potato / leek
S 2 / S 3 lemon / carrot / mushroom / cabbage / potato /
cucumber / zuccchini / onion / leek / bell pepper
S 4 / S 5 egglant / beet root / carrot /mushroom / cucumber /
bell pepper /radish / lettuce / potato / leek / tomato
war n i n g
As a precaution, always unplug your
appliance before cleaning it (risk of
electrocution).
S 8 / S 10 egglant / potato / zucchini / carrot
S 14
potato / zucchini / carrot
After removing the head of the vegetable prepara-
ripple cut sLIcerS
tion machine, take off the disc, followed by the grid
R 2
R 3
R 5
and discharge plate where necessary.
beet root / potato / carrot / zucchini
beet root / potato / carrot / zucchini
beet root / potato / carrot / zucchini
the aluminium from becoming tarnished.
graterS G 1,5 G2
G3
G5
c éleriac / cheese
carrot / celeriac / cheese
carrot
cabbage / cheese
Dishwashers are best avoided in order to prevent
G7 cabbage / cheese
G9
cabbage / cheese
Parmesan/chocolate
Radish
Instead we recommend that you clean the machine
by hand using washing-up liquid.
If you do put your machine in a dishwasher, we
julienne
suggest that you use a detergent designed specially
J 2x2 J 2x4 J 2x6 J 4x4 J 6x6 J 8x8 for alu­minium.
carrot
/ céleriac / potato
carrot
/ beet root / zucchini / potato
carrot
/ beet root / zucchini / potato
e gglant / beet root / zucchini / potato
e gglant / beet root / celeriac / zucchini / potato
c éleriac / patato
dice D 5x5 carrot / zucchini / cucumber / céleriac
D 8x8 p
otato / carrot / zucchini / beet root
D 10x10 potato / carrot / zucchini / beet root / turnip /
oignon / apple (fruit)
D 14x14 potato / carrot / zucchini / beet root / céleri
D 20x20 potato / carot / zucchini / pineapple / turnip
D 25x25potato / courgette / turnip / apple (fruit) / melon / watermelon
Never immerse the motor base in water.
Clean it with a sponge.
I M P O R T A N T
Check that the detergent you use is suitable
for cleaning aluminium parts. Some washing
agents are highly alkaline (e.g. high caustic
soda or ammonia content) and therefore totally incompatible with aluminium, causing
the parts to blacken.
FRENCH FRIES F 8x8 F 10x10 potato
potato
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MAINTENANCE
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
• Electrical data
Single-phase machine
• MOTOR SEAL
The motor seal on the shaft should be lubricated
regularly using a food safe lubricant.
In order to keep the motor completely watertight,
it is advisable to check the motor seal regularly for
• WEIGHT
Net Gross
CL 52 e complete
25.5 kg
28 kg
Average weight
of one disc
0,5 kg
0,6 kg
• DIMENSIONS (in mm)
wear and tear and replace if necessary.
Motor
Speed
(rpm)
Intensity
(Amp)
230 V/50Hz
375
5.3
240 V/50Hz
375
5.3
120 V/60Hz
450
8.9
220 V/60Hz
450
5.3
Motor
Speed
(rpm)
Intensity
(Amp)
400 V/50Hz
375
2.0
220 V/60Hz
450
4.4
380 V/60Hz
450
2.6
Three-phase machine
The motor seal can be easily replaced without
A 690
having to remove the motor, so we strongly advise
B 340
you to ensure that is in good condition.
C 360
• BLADES AND PLATES
The blades on all our discs are wearing parts that
- Power shown on data plate.
need to be replaced from time to time, in order to
SAFETY
maintain consistently high cutting quality.
• GRATING DISCS
Grating discs deteriorate over time. We recommend
you replace them from time to time, in order to
maintain consistently high cutting quality
• WORKING HEIGHT
We recommend that you position the CL 52 on
a stable worktop so that the upper edge of the
large feed hopper is at a height of between1.20 and
1.30 m.
• NOISE LEVEL
10
war n i n g
The discs are very sharp, handle with care.
The CL 52 is equipped with a magnetic safety
system which stops the motor as soon as either the
wide feeder or the lid is opened.
The equivalent continuous sound level when
This makes it impossible to gain access to the slicing
tool while it is still in motion.
the CL 52 is operating on no-load is less than
As soon as the lid opens, the motor stops.
70 dB(A).
To restart your machine, simply relock the lid.
In addition, the cover locking catch is equipped with
a safety mechanism which prevents the processor
from being used if the cover is not correctly posi­
tioned.
The CL 52 is equipped with a thermal protection
system which automatically stops the motor if it has
been running for too long or is overloaded.
If this happens, allow the machine to cool completely
before restarting.
R em i n der
Do not open the lid until the motor has come
to a complete stop.
Never tamper with the locking and safety
systems.
Never put a hand object in the bowl while
the machine is operating.
Never force the ingredients down with your
hands.
STANDARDS
Consult the declaration of compliance on page 3.
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