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LADENMÜHLEN | SHOP GRINDER
Operating Instructions
Kenia
The professional art of grinding
since 1924
LADENMÜHLEN | SHOP GRINDER
Dear Customer,
with the „Kenia“ you have purchased a grinder in the well-known
MAHLKÖNIG quality.
Our over 80 years of experience in the production and development of
grinders have helped us to develop a new product in the MAHLKÖNIG
company.
As usual, this product guarantees top-quality grinding of all types of
coffee, respectively the product for which your Kenia grinder is set up
for.
Before putting the device into service, please read these operating instructions including the safety instructions carefully and observe them
at all times.
Also instruct your personnel accordingly.
Enclosed you will find many useful tips that will make it easier for you
to use the grinder. Keep these operating instructions in a safe, easily accessible location. In case of any unclear points or additionally
required information, please contact your local dealer or us directly as
the manufacturer.
We wish you unlimited pleasure and success with our product.
MAHLKÖNIG GmbH & Co. KG
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Table of Contents
1. Safety
1.1 Symbols
1.2 Safety Instructions
1.3 Purpose of Use
1.4 User Requirements
4
4
4
5
5
2. Technical Data
5
3. Description
6
4. Safety Devices
7
5. Set-Up and Basic Adjustment
5.1 Setting-up area
5.2 Installation
5.3 Initial operation
7
7
7
7
6. Operation
8
7. Operating Faults
8
8. Recalibration of the Grind Adjustment
10
9. Cleaning
9.1 Cleaning with GRINDZ™ Grinder Cleaner
9.2 Cleaning of the Grinder Casing
9.3 Cleaning of the Grinding Mechanism
10
11
11
11
10. Maintenance and Repair
12
11. Spare Parts
12
12. Certificate
13
13. Warranty Conditions
13
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1. Safety
Please read and observe the following operating
instructions carefully. Non-observance can result in damage to the device as well as in healththreatening risks for the user.
1.1 Symbols
The following two symbols are used in this manual of operating instructions:
Safety instruction:
In case of non-observance, extreme risk of
accidents exists.
General instruction:
In case of non-observance, the device can
become damaged or optimum operation not be
guaranteed.
1.2 Safety Instructions
The grinder you have purchased is only allowed to be used to grind
whole coffee beans or the unground material for which the grinder has
been set up for. Ground materials are never allowed to be filled into the
hopper.
Always pull the power supply plug out of the outlet before carrying out
any maintenance or cleaning work on the grinder.
Never put the grinder into service with a defective power supply cable.
Check the grinder regularly for any signs of damage on the power supply
cable, plug, finger protector, etc.
Any repairs that may be required are only allowed to be carried out by
experts. Please contact an authorised customer service centre, your local
dealer or us directly as the manufacturer.
Do not exceed the permissible maximum operating period of 40 minutes. Afterwards, allow the motor to cool off for approx. 30–40 minutes.
When unpacking the grinder, please check to determine whether the
power supply voltage (volts) corresponds to the grinder voltage on the
rating plate.
Children do not recognise the risks that may arise when handling electrical grinders; therefore never leave children alone with electrical grinders
without proper supervision.
Never immerse the grinder in water and do not operate it with wet hands.
Do not carry out any modifications or changes on the grinder. In case of
non-observance, the manufacturer shall be liable for resulting damage
in no case whatsoever.
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1.3 Purpose of Use
The grinder you have purchased is only allowed to be used to
grind the material for which the grinder has been designed. Please compare the information on the rating plate with the title
page.
2. Technical Data
1.4 User Requirements
No special requirements are specified for the users of this device.
It is, however, assumed that this manual of operating instructions
has been carefully read and understood and that all instructions
provided in this manual will be observed. In addition, working
with the device on a safety-conscious basis is also expected.
Rotation
50 Hz
60 Hz
Sound emission
Idel operation
Operation
Pre-fuse
Overload circuit breaker
230V
115V
Permissible max. Operating
time of the grinder
Dimensions in mm
Dimensions in inch
Net weight
Hopper capacity
Description
Voltage / Frequency
Kenia
(K32/20, K32/10)
230V / 50Hz
115V / 60Hz
2850 rpm.
3400 rpm.
65 dB
85 dB
16 A-slow
7A T
12A T
40 minutes
W 220, D 330, H 620
W 8.6, D 13.0, H 24.4
18 kg (39.7 lbs)
500 g (1.1 lbs)
(Please ask the manufacturer or dealer for technical data on other voltages and frequencies.)
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3. Description
The main components and operating elements are shown in the
figure.
1
Pos. 1
Hopper with lid
Pos. 2
Grind adjustment
9
Pos. 3
Spout
Pos. 4
Bag holder
2
Pos. 5
Tray for residues
Pos. 6
Reset button (back)
Pos. 7
On / Off-Switch
Pos. 8
Bag holder handle
Pos. 9
Casing with motor and grinding mechanism
4
8
3
6
7
5
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4. Safety devices
5. Set-up and Basic Adjustment
Thermal overload circuit breaker
The motor of the grinder is protected by an overload circuit breaker,
which interrupts the electric circuit of the motor when the device is subjected to electric overloading. To be able to re-start the grinder, the reset
button on the back side of the casing must be pressed (Pos. 6).
5.1 Setting-up Area
Place the grinder on a level surface free from vibration.
The user has no influence whatsoever on this operation. In case of repeated tripping of the circuit breaker, an expert must be consulted since this could cause
damage to the motor winding.
Motor protector (winding shield) (only 115V / 60Hz)
The grinder is protected against thermal overloading by a motor protector (thermostat, inserted in the winding). Whenever the winding of the
motor heats up to an impermissible level, the motor protector interrupts
the electric circuit of the motor.
Following a cool-off phase (approx. 1 hr.), the motor protector is switched
on again automatically and the grinder can be re-started
Finger protector / Magnet holder
A combined finger protector / magnet holder is fitted in the hopper of
the grinder. It is supposed to prevent the user from reaching into the
running grinding mechanism. At the same time, it also prevents ferrous
foreign objects from getting into the grinding mechanism. Every now
and then you should clean the magnet since adhering foreign objects
could be hanging from the magnet.
Never remove the finger protection!
Never operate the grinder in moist, or even worse, in
wet surroundings.
5.2 Installation
You have received your grinder in operating condition. Now you only
need to connect it to a power supply system. Proceed as follows:
Protect your device with a separate pre-fuse (not included in the scope of supplies) according to the information provided in para. 2 „Technical data“.
Make sure that the pre-fuse is not overloaded by other consuming devices (e.g. fan-forced heaters, deep
freezers).
Determine whether the mains voltage and frequency
correspond to the information on the rating plate.
Insert the plug into the available grounded outlet.
5.3 Initial operation
A grinding test run is carried out on each grinder in the manufacturer‘s
factory. This is why you may find ground material residue in the grinding
mechanism!
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Therefore clean the grinder before the first operation with the enclosed
grinder cleaner GRINDZ™. Follow the manual on the instruction leaflet.
6. Operation
1.
By moving the rotary knob, set the required grind degree (to the left
for coarse coffee powder, to the right for finer coffee powder).
2.
Only fill unground materials, for which the grinder is set up for, into
the hopper. Close the hopper.
3.
Press down the handle of the bag holder (pos. 8) and push the completely opened bag, which has been smoothed along the folds, over
the spout (pos. 3). Let go of the handle and the bag is held firmly in
position.
4.
Now you can switch on the grinder. Knock the base of the bag a
number of times whilst grinding. This allows the maximum capacity of the bag to be used.
5.
When all the coffee has run through hold the base of the bag
loosely in one hand and with the other press the handle of the bag
holder and allow it to knock against the spout 2 or 3 times. This removes any ground coffee powder which may still be attached to the
inside of the spout.
6.
Now switch off the grinder and remove the filled bag from the
spout.
7. Operating faults
Defect
Cause
Remedy
The grinder hums
but does not grind.
The spout is
clogged.
Set grinding fineness to
„coarse“ and trigger the
grinding process. The grinder will then grind itself free.
Afterwards, return the setting to the desired grinding
fineness.
Grinding is set too
fine.
Turn the grinding fineness setting to the right,
to „coarse“, and trigger the
grinding process. The grinder will then grind itself free.
Afterwards, return the setting to the desired grinding
fineness.
A foreign object
is in the grinding
mechanism.
Clean the grinding mechanism as described (in para.
9.2) and remove the foreign
object. Observe the safety
instructions!
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Defect
Cause
Remedy
Defect
Cause
Remedy
The grinder does
not start.
The power supply
plug is not inserted.
Insert the plug into the outlet.
Grinder rotates but
without grinding.
Carrier breakage.
The overload circuit breaker has
been tripped.
Check to determine whether the reset button of the
circuit breaker has jumped
out. Press the reset button
in again if appropriate. In
case of repeated tripping of
the circuit breaker, contact
your authorised customer
service centre or dealer.
Remove the grinder casing
cover, take out the broken
pieces of the driver, insert a
new driver and then install
the grinder casing cover
again.
Metal parts on the
hopper
magnet
obstruct the incoming flow of material to be ground.
Clean the hopper magnet.
The motor protector was tripped.
Give the grinder a coolingoff break of approx. 1 hr
(para. 4).
The pre-fuse was
tripped.
Check the pre-fuse. Restore
the pre-fuse to its initial
state or replace it. Determine whether other consuming devices are also
connected to this fuse.
In case of other malfunctions or continued faults, please contact your
dealer or your authorised customer service centre.
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8. Recalibration of the Grind Adjustment
The grinder has been precisely adjusted by the manufacturer. However,
if the ground material is no longer fine enough after a longer period, the
grinder must then be re-adjusted according to the following procedure:
1.
Use a screwdriver to unscrew the fastening screw in the middle of
the rotary knob and remove the rotary knob.
2.
Switch on the grinder.
3.
Then rotate the exposed adjusting spindle (see Fig.) very carefully
and slowly in clockwise direction until a slight rattling noise (contact of the grinding discs) can be heard and then rotate the adjusting spindle immediately back again in anticlockwise direction up to
the next notch. It must no longer be possible to hear a rattling noise
of the grinding discs!
5.
If the adjustment you have made does not come up to your expectations you can adjust the grind degree as described above.
6.
Place the rotary knob on the adjusting spindle so that the arrow of
the knob is positioned precisely on the symbol „fine“. Clockwise rotation must no longer be possible.
It is important that the rattling sound cannot be
heard in the finest grinding position. Otherwise the
service life of the grinding discs is reduced
considerably!
7.
Insert the fastening screw of the rotary knob and tighten it firmly
with a screwdriver.
If the result is not good enough the grinder needs to be cleaned or you
have to change the grinding discs.
9. Cleaning
Adjusting spindle
4.
If you grind some beans now, you should get fine grains. If the coffee
beans have been ground too fine, the discs can stick together. The
grinder would be blocked.
Always pull the power supply plug out of the outlet
before carrying out any maintenance or cleaning
work on the device!
Observe the safety instructions under 1.2!
Do not let any foreign objects fall into the grinding
mechanism!
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9.1 Cleaning with GRINDZ™ Grinder Cleaner
We recommend cleaning your shop grinder once a month with our
GRINDZ™ Grinder Cleaner.
Simply take the recommended dose of 70 - 80g and drop it into the empty grinder hopper (2 caps of the jar / 2 sachets).
Adjust the grind setting to coarse and operate as if grinding coffee beans.
Once complete, we recommend passing twice as much coffee through
to purge any residue.
9.2 Cleaning the grinder casing
Clean the casing of your grinder every now and then with commercially
available mild cleaning agents. In addition, you should also clean the
magnet in the hopper from time to time by removing any foreign objects that may have become stuck because otherwise this could result
in clogging.
Pull out the power supply plug !
1.
Rotate the rotary knob (11) to „coarse“.
2.
Unscrew the two screws (13) on the grinder casing cover (12) and
then remove this cover.
3.
Take the carrier (10) out of the slot of the pre-breaker.
4.
Pull the pre-breaker (9) off the motor shaft. Use a special puller (art.
no. 4041).
5.
Clean the grinding mechanism with a fine brush and remove any
foreign objects.
6.
Before pushing the pre-breaker (9) back onto the shaft again, lubricate the shaft with non-corrosive, resin-free and foodstuff- compatible grease (e.g. Vaseline).
7.
After you have pushed the pre-breaker onto the shaft, line up the
two slots so that you can then easily re-insert the carrier (10).
9.3 Cleaning the grinding mechanism
The round side of the driver must point towards the
motor.
8.
Clean the contact surfaces of the grinder casing and grinder casing
cover (12) carefully in order to remove any form of soiling.
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During re-assembly, no ground material should stick
to the surfaces where the grinder casing and the
grinder casing touch each other.
9.
Screw down the grinder casing cover (12) tightly with the two
screws (13) while changing the side several times.
10.1 Grinding Disc Replacement
If the grind capacity decreases and the ground coffee is hot and of irregular grind size, you should change the grinding discs.
1.
Take the grinder apart as described in para. 9.3 and remove the
grinding discs from the grinder casing and the pre-breaker using a
screwdriver.
2.
Clean the surfaces of the new grinding discs thoroughly and screw
them in position tightly and evenly.
3.
Close the grinder casing again as described in para. 9.3 and set the
grind degree again as described in para. 8.
10. Plug in and switch on the grinder with the setting still at coarse.
11. Slowly turn the rotary knob to fine to make sure the discs are not
touching.
12. Rotate the rotary knob back to the desired grind degree. The grinder
is now ready for operation again.
10. Maintenance and Repair
Always pull the power supply plug out of the outlet
before carrying out any maintenance or cleaning
work on the device!
Check the device regularly for any signs of damage
on the power supply cable, plug, finger protector, etc.
11. Spare Parts
Spare parts are usually ordered from your customer service centre or
your local dealer. To ensure quick, correct processing of your order, the
following information is absolutely required:
1. Type designation and serial number of the grinder
(on the rating plate on the rear side of the grinder).
2. Color of the grinder
Any repairs that may be required are only allowed to
be carried out by authorised experts. Please contact
an authorised customer service centre or your local
dealer.
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12. Certificate
13. Warranty Conditions
EC Declaration Conformity
As defined by EMC-directive 89/392/EWG
MAHLKÖNIG GmbH & Co. KG
Tilsiter Straße 142, 22047 Hamburg
Telefon : 040 - 69 69 40 - 0
Telefax : 040 - 69 39 721
1.
The warranty period is 1 year from the date of purchase.
2.
The warranty covers all damages that can be attributed to inferior
materials or defective workmanship. Corresponding grinders will be
repaired or replaced free-of-charge, with the exception of transport
or freight charges. Transport is the responsibility of the customer.
Therefore, avoid damages with all returns by correct packing.
3.
The grinder may only be opened for cleaning purposes in accordance with the Operating Instructions.
4.
This warranty does not cover damages which have occurred
through: Improper usage, improper maintenance, lack of servicing,
usage for purposes other than those intended, incorrect installation, incorrect voltage, breakage, natural wear or for reasons beyond our sphere of influence.
5.
In order to maintain the warranty, only original spare parts and accessory parts may be used.
6.
Observe in addition our General Delivery Conditions in their respective current version.
7.
The manufacturer is in no way liable for consecutive or secondary
damages.
8.
The warranty does not cover costs emerging from repairs conducted by non-authorized personnel.
Name of the manufacturer or in the EU residential authorized person:
MAHLKÖNIG GmbH & Co. KG
Address of the manufacturer or the authorized person:
Tilsiter Strasse 142, D-22047 Hamburg
announce, that the machine below
product type:
commercial device for food processing
machine description:
Coffee grinder
machine typ:
K32/20 (Kenia)
is in compliance with the conditions of the Directive of Machines 98/37/EG and with
the main standards stipulated in the Directive concerning low tension 73/23/EWG and
applies to the national laws that transpose it.
Issued in Hamburg:
01.01.2009
Function of subscriber:
Managing Director
Name of subscriber:
Nils Erichsen
Signature
MAHLKÖNIG GmbH & Co. KG, Amtsgericht Hamburg HR A 85 074; Persönlich haftende Gesellschafterin:
Beteiligungsgesellschaft MAHLKÖNIG mbH, Eingetragen Amtsgericht Hamburg HR B 45 324, Geschäftsführer: Nils Erichsen
Dresdner Bank AG (BLZ 200 800 00) Kto. 383 780 400, Postbank Hamburg (BLZ 200 100 20) Kto. 253 89-203
Commerzbank AG (BLZ 200 400 00) Kto. 21 10 294, Ust. Id. Nr.: DE 118 37 22 65
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MAHLKÖNIG GmbH & Co. KG
Tilsiter Straße 142
D- 22047 Hamburg, Germany
Tel.: +49 (0)40 / 69 69 40-0
Fax: +49 (0)40 / 69 39 721
office@mahlkoenig.de ; www.mahlkoenig.de
October 2009
Subject to be changed without prior notice!!
The professional art of grinding
since 1924
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