user and maintenance manual ice crusher n°53

SANTOS SAS
140-150 AVENUE ROGER SALENGRO
69120
VAULX-EN-VELIN
(LYON)
- FRANCE
SANTOS
: Instruction
and
maintenance manual
PHONE 33 (0) 472 37 35 29 - FAX 33 (0) 478 26 58 21
E-Mail :santos@santos.fr
www.santos.fr
ICE CRUSHER N°53
USER AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
!
IMPORTANT: documents included in this manual to be kept:
• "CE" COMPLIANCE DECLARATION
• WARRANTY CERTIFICATE
Translation of the original version
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CONTENTS
“CE” COMPLIANCE DECLARATION ........................................................................................ 4
SAFETY RULES ............................................................................................................................... 5
DO NOT:.......................................................................................................................................... 5
INSTALLATION AND HANDLING ................................................................................................. 6
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION ........................................................................................................ 6
USING FOR THE 1st TIME ............................................................................................................ 6
RECYCLING THE PRODUCT AT THE END OF ITS SERVICE LIFE.......................................... 7
FOR THE ICE CRUSHER N° 53 .................................................................................................... 7
USING THE APPLIANCE ................................................................................................................. 8
START-UP: ...................................................................................................................................... 8
Assembly and preparation ........................................................................................................... 8
USING .............................................................................................................................................. 8
HOW TO STOP THE MACHINE .................................................................................................... 8
CHOOSING THE SIZE OF CRUSHED ICE ................................................................................... 8
USING THE MANUAL OR AUTOMATIC MODE .......................................................................... 9
Manual mode ............................................................................................................................... 9
Automatic mode ........................................................................................................................... 9
CLEANING ...................................................................................................................................... 9
SAFETY / MAINTENANCE .......................................................................................................... 10
MOTOR OVERLOAD SAFETY FEATURE:.................................................................................. 10
MOTOR OVERHEATING SAFETY FEATURE ............................................................................ 10
SAFE ACCESS TO THE TOOLS ................................................................................................... 10
MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................................ 11
Spare parts.................................................................................................................................. 11
FAULT FINDING............................................................................................................................ 12
The appliance does not start....................................................................................................... 12
The machine stops because the motor has overheated: (the motor unit is hot) ......................... 12
The appliance stops further to an overload ................................................................................ 12
The appliance continues to operate after processing all the ice cubes ....................................... 12
Both buttons flash simultaneously ............................................................................................. 12
The crushed ice does not drop into the ice bucket ..................................................................... 13
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................ 14
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Electrical wiring diagram 100-120V~ 50/60Hz and 220-240V~ 50/60Hz .................................... 15
Element cross-reference table...................................................................................................... 16
Figures............................................................................................................................................... 17
WARRANTY CERTIFICATE..................................................................................................... 19
APPLIANCE IDENTIFICATION PLATE ................................................................................ 19
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“CE” COMPLIANCE DECLARATION
THE MANUFACTURER:
SANTOS SAS - 140-150, Av. Roger SALENGRO 69120 VAULX-EN-VELIN (LYON)
FRANCE
declares that the appliance intended for the professional market described below:
Description:
Type number:
ICE CRUSHER
53
complies with:
• the statutory provisions defined in appendix 1 of the European "machines" directive
n°2006/42/CE and the national legislation transposing it
• the statutory provisions of the following European directives and regulations:
o N° 2006/95/CE (low voltage directive)
o N° 2004/108/CE (EMC directive)
o No. 2002/95/CE (RoHS directive)
o No. 2002/96/CE (WEEE directive)
o N° 1935/2004/CE (regulation) relating to materials and articles intended to
come into contact with foodstuffs
Harmonised European standards used to give presumption of conformity with the essential
requirements of the above-mentioned directives:
• NF EN 1678+A1: 2010, Food processing machinery – Vegetable cutting
machines - Safety and hygiene requirements.
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This European standard is a type-C standard as defined in EN ISO 12100. When the provisions of
this type-C standard differ from those stated in the type-A or B standards, the provisions of the typeC standard override the provisions of the other standards. This standard provides the means to
comply with the requirements of the "machines" directive n°2006/42/CE, (see appendix ZA)
NF EN ISO 12100 -1 and 2:2004: Safety of machinery - General principles for
design
NF EN 60204-1: 2006 : Safety of machinery - Electrical equipment of machinesGeneral requirements
NF EN 1672-2: 2005, Food processing machinery – Basic concepts – Hygiene
requirements
NF EN 60335-1: 2013: Household and similar electrical appliances. Safety.
NF EN 60335-2-64 :2004 : Particular requirements for commercial electric kitchen
machines
Drawn up in VAULX-EN-VELIN on: 01/01/2014
Signatory’s position: CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Signatory’s name: Aurélien FOUQUET
Signature:
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SAFETY RULES
At the time of use, maintenance or scrapping of the appliance, always ensure that the
following elementary precautions are adhered to.
Read the explanatory instructions in full
Keep this user manual
Note: You will find it easier to understand the next few paragraphs if you refer to
the diagrams at the end of this manual
ATTENTION:
For all handling operations including unpacking the machine, do not handle or lift
the appliance by the locking handle (2) of the cover (1) (fig. A).
ATTENTION: Make sure that the cover (1) is in the closed position before plugging the
power cable (10) into the mains supply socket (fig. B).
DO NOT:
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1. Do not use this appliance to crush anything other than square or cylindrical
ice cubes not exceeding 30x30x30 mm in size.
2. Do not use this appliance to crush frozen foods.
3. No not insert objects into the crushed ice outlet opening (9).
4. Cleaning in a jet of water or a high pressure spray is prohibited.
5. The base must not be immersed in water.
6. Do not use the appliance if the power supply cord is damaged. It must be
replaced by either a SANTOS approved dealer or a person with similar
qualifications to avoid any danger.
7. The appliance must be unplugged before any intervention on it: cleaning,
general care, maintenance.
8. It is forbidden to operate the appliance on a surface with a slope in excess of
10° with respect to the horizontal plane. The feet of the machine must
always be resting on this surface.
9. The use of spare parts other than certified original SANTOS parts is
prohibited
10. Never connect several appliances to the same power socket.
11. Never use the machine outdoors.
12. Never place the appliance close to or on a source of heat.
13. This appliance is a professional machine designed exclusively for
professional use. It is not designed for household use.
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14. This appliance is not designed for use by people (including children) whose
physical, sensorial or mental capacities are impaired or by people with no
experience or knowledge, unless they have been supervised or given
training in the use of the appliance beforehand by a person responsible for
their safety.
Supervise children to ensure they do not play with the appliance.
INSTALLATION AND HANDLING
The machine can be handled by a single person. It is recommended that the appliance be
placed on a table or worktop for more comfortable use with the controls facing you
(recommended height: 90 cm, to be adapted as required for the user).
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
•
The electric power supply for the appliance is available in 2 single-phase voltages:
- 100-120V~ 50/60 Hz : 53V1
- 220-240V~ 50/60 Hz : 53
Line protection: the machine should be connected to a standard 2-pole + earth electric
socket. The set-up must be fitted with a differential circuit breaker and a 16A fuse. The
appliance must be earthed (fig. B).
!
CARE:
•
Before connecting the machine, check that the mains electrical voltage is the same
as the voltage for your appliance. Its value is shown:
 either on the identification plate (16) under the machine.
 or on the identification plate on the last page of this manual.
• If the power cable (10) is damaged, it should be replaced by a SANTOS approved
dealer, SANTOS or a person with similar qualifications to avoid any danger.
USING FOR THE 1st TIME
Carefully clean the parts of the machine in contact with the ice cubes (fig. A).
• Grip the handle of the cover (2) to unlock it, then lift it up to gain access to the ice
cube hopper (3). Clean the cover (1), hopper (3), ice bucket (6) with a non-abrasive
sponge and standard washing up liquid.
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RECYCLING THE PRODUCT AT THE END OF ITS SERVICE LIFE
This equipment is marked with the selective sorting symbol relating to
wastes from electrical and electronic equipment. It signifies that this product
should be taken over by a selective collection system conforming to the
Guideline 2002/96/EC (WEEE) – part Professional Equipment – so that it
can be either recycled or dismantled in order to reduce any impact on the
environment.
For more information, please contact your Retailer or the SANTOS.
For eliminating or recycling components of equipment, please contact a specialized
company or contact SANTOS.
The electronic products not undergoing a selective sorting are potentially dangerous for
the environment.
The damaging materials should be eliminated or recycled according to the regulations in
force.
FOR THE ICE CRUSHER N° 53
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Ice crusher N° 53 is designed especially for bars, cafés, hotels, restaurants and
nightclubs.
The appliance comprises a plastic crushing unit fitted with stainless steel blades, a
1.3 kg see-through plastic hopper and a standard ice bucket.
The appliance crushes ice cubes (square or cylindrical) from conventional ice cube
makers.
It is fitted with a planetary reduction gear and asynchronous motor pilot controlled by
an electronic board.
It allows for 2 sizes of crushed ice to be made.
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USING THE APPLIANCE
START-UP:
Assembly and preparation
(fig. A)
1. Place the drip tray (8) and its holder (7) under the crushing unit (9).
USING
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Switch on the appliance by plugging in the power cable (10).
Fill the ice bucket (6) with blocks of ice (see warning paragraph)
Pour the contents of the ice bucket into the ice cube hopper (3) (fig. C)
Close and lock the cover (1) of the hopper.
Place the ice bucket (without its cover) on the drip tray (8) (fig. D).
Press the button corresponding to the size of crushed ice required.
The left-hand button (5) is provided to obtain small-sized crushed ice.
The right-hand button (4) is provided to obtain big-sized crushed ice.
7. (The crushed ice falls into the ice bucket) (fig. E).
HOW TO STOP THE MACHINE
The appliance is stopped either by:
1. pressing the button corresponding to the size of crushed ice being made
"button lit up" (4 or 5),
2. opening up the cover (1).
3. or unplugging the power cable plug (10)
CHOOSING THE SIZE OF CRUSHED ICE
The appliance does not require any adjustment.
The left-hand button (5) is provided to obtain small-sized crushed ice.
The right-hand button (4) is provided to obtain big-sized crushed ice.
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USING THE MANUAL OR AUTOMATIC MODE
Manual mode
Prolonged pressing of one of the buttons (4 or 5) starts up the manual mode. The motor
runs for as long as the push button is pressed then stops as soon as it is released.
Automatic mode
Brief pressing of one of the buttons (4 or 5) starts up the automatic mode. The motor
runs for a set programmed time (1 minute) then stops.
Note: the timer cannot be adjusted. The preset time corresponds to complete crushing of
the 1.3 kg of ice (maximum hopper capacity).
During the automatic cycle, briefly pressing of the button for the size of crushed ice in
progress (button lit up) will stop the appliance (timer initialization).
During the automatic cycle, briefly pressing of the button for the other size of crushed
ice in progress (button NOT lit up) will change the crushed ice size without initializing the
timer.
Opening the cover (1) during the automatic cycle will stop the motor.
Closing the cover (1) will start the motor back up. The cycle resumes where it was as soon
as the cover is closed (timer not initialized on opening/closing of cover).
CLEANING
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IMPORTANT:
•
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In every case, the machine should be stopped and the machine's
power cable (10) unplugged.
Cleaning with a water spray or pressure spray is not permitted
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SAFETY / MAINTENANCE
MOTOR OVERLOAD SAFETY FEATURE:
If the motor gets blocked (foreign or hard matter), the appliance will perform 2 successive
blade rotation direction changes to make it easier for the hard matter to go through. The
appliance will then resume its normal cycle. If the 2 direction changes are not enough to
overcome this problem, the appliance will then go into the safety state and the motor will
stop.
The safety state is signaled by simultaneously flashing of both push buttons (4) and (5).
In this case: To overcome the fault: remove the foreign matter from the crushing unit, then
initialize the appliance (hold the 2 push buttons (4) and (5) down for 2 seconds).
If the problem persists, switch off the power supply to the machine (unplug the power cord
(10) from the mains socket) and call in the maintenance service or contact a SANTOS
approved dealer.
MOTOR OVERHEATING SAFETY FEATURE
In the event of the motor overheating, the appliance stops automatically.
The protection device is reset automatically, wait for the motor to cool down (15 to 30
seconds) before starting the machine back up.
If the problem persists, switch off the power supply to the machine (unplug the power cord
(10) from the mains socket) and call in the maintenance service or contact a SANTOS
approved dealer.
SAFE ACCESS TO THE TOOLS
The appliance can only be started up if the cover (1) is closed.
• Opening the cover (1) will stop the machine and the moving parts.
The machine is started back up as soon as the cover is closed (1).
• A cut in the mains power supply will stop the machine.
One of the two push buttons (4) or (5) must be pressed in order to start the
machine back up.
For safety reasons, do not place your finger or part of your hand into the crushed ice outlet
opening, even if it is blocked up by a clump of crushed ice. In this case, refer to the "Fault
finding" section.
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MAINTENANCE
!
Before carrying out any work on the appliance, it is essential to unplug it from
the mains and to discharge the motor starting capacitor:
Spare parts
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IMPORTANT: Use of spare parts other than certified original SANTOS parts
is prohibited.
This machine requires no particular maintenance because the bearings are lubricated for
life.
If work is required to replace worn parts such as the crushing blades, electrical or other
components, refer to the parts list (see exploded view at the end of the manual).
Please quote the following when ordering spare parts (see references in the exploded
view at the end of this manual):
• type
• appliance’s serial number
• electrical characteristics (16)
given underneath the appliance.
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FAULT FINDING
Carefully determine the reason for the appliance stopping.
In all circumstances, if the problem persists, switch off the appliance (unplug the mains
power cord plug (10)) and call on someone from the maintenance department or contact an
approved SANTOS dealer.
The appliance does not start
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Check: the mains power supply and the condition of the power cable (10).
Check that the luminous indicator lamp at the outlet of the crushing unit (9) goes on
for approximately ten seconds when the appliance is connected to the mains power
supply.
Check that there is no foreign matter stuck between the blades.
Inside the appliance, check the condition of the electric wires and connections (at the
grommet (12) and the connection block (13) (fig. F)
Check the electrical components by changing them one at a time (capacitor, cover
safety device, electronic module, motor).
The machine stops because the motor has overheated: (the motor unit is hot)
In the event of the motor overheating, the appliance will stop automatically.
The protection device is reset automatically, wait for the motor to cool down (15 to 30
seconds) before starting the machine back up.
The appliance stops further to an overload
Foreign matter between the blades and intensive use can lead to motor overload.
Under these circumstances, either the thermal protection or the excess current protection
may be activated and stop the machine operating.
If the machine is hot, refer to the section "The machine stops because the motor has
overheated".
If not, refer to the "motor overload safety feature" section.
The appliance continues to operate after processing all the ice cubes
In automatic mode, the appliance operates according to a non-adjustable timer set to 1
minute (time required to process a whole hopper load on small size).
Press the button which is lit up in order to go back to manual mode and stop the appliance.
Both buttons flash simultaneously
The appliance stops further to a motor overload. To overcome this, refer to the "motor
overload safety feature" section.
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The crushed ice does not drop into the ice bucket
The appliance is designed to crush the whole capacity of a standard ice cube tray in one go.
If too many ice cubes are loaded into the hopper or if an ice bucket which is too small is
used, the crushed ice level gradually builds up to the outlet opening. As the crushed ice
cannot fall down, it is compacted in the crushing unit. Just removing the ice bucket will not
be enough to unblock the crushed ice outlet opening.
!
IMPORTANT:
No not insert hard objects into the crushed ice outlet opening
when the appliance is in operation.
Solution:
• Stop the appliance.
• Empty the ice bucket (filled with crushed ice)
• Fill the ice cube hopper and start the automatic cycle of each size back up again.
• Wait a few moments for the ice to melt if required.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Model 53
Supply voltage
Frequency
Motor: Rating
Power input
Motor speed:
Blade speed:
Ice cube hopper working capacity
Number of mobile blades
Number of fixed blades
Mean output in "small size"
Mean output in "big size"
Timer time
Ice bucket working capacity
Dimensions: Height
Width
Depth
Weight:
Net weight
Weight including packing
Noise: (2)
Single phase
(V~)
(Hz)
220-240
50/60
100-120
50/60
(W)
(rpm)
(rpm)
(kg)
130
1450 to 50Hz
75 to 50Hz
155
1700 to 60Hz
88 to 60Hz
(kg/h)
(kg/h)
(s)
(kg)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(kg)
(kg)
(dBA)
1.3
4
3
180
110
60
1.3
474
236
353
10
11
63
(1) These ratings are provided as a rough guide. The exact electrical specifications can be found
on the rating plate.
(2) Noise level measured with sound pressure appliance in operation 1 m from its centerline in
accordance with standard EN 31201.
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Electrical wiring diagram 100-120V~ 50/60Hz and 220-240V~ 50/60Hz
Green / Yellow
Brown
Black
White
~
Brown
Blue
Brown
Electronic module
Brown
Yellow
White
Red
Cover
Safety device
Black
Black
Yellow
Capacitor
Yellow
Red
M
White
Blue
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Element cross-reference table
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
16
Ice cube hopper cover
Locking handle
Ice cube hopper
"Big size" button
"Small size" button
Ice bucket
Drip tray holder
Drip tray
Crushing unit
Power cable plug
Capacitor
Identification plate
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Figures
Fig. A
1
2
3
4
5
9
6
7
8
10
Fig. B
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Fig. D
Fig. F
14
11
13
12
Fig. E
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WARRANTY CERTIFICATE
WARRANTY
Since the 01.01.95, all our appliances comply with CE and possess the CE label. Our guarantee is
of 24 months from the manufacturing date mentioned on the descriptive plate, except concerning
the asynchronous motors (consisting of a rotor and a stator) which are warranted for 5 years from
their manufacturing date. Warranty is strictly limited to the free replacement of any part of origin
recognized by us as defective due to a defect or building default and identified as belonging to the
concerned appliance. Warranty does not apply to damages resulting from installation or use noncomplying with our appliance data sheet (user’s manual) or in case of an evident lack of
maintenance or disrespect of elementary security electric rules. It does not apply in case of regular
wear and tear. Any replacement of parts under warranty will be realized after return of the
defective part in our workshops, postage paid, supported by a copy of a conformity statement on
which appears the serial number of the appliance. Every appliance is equipped with a descriptive
plate conforming to the EC recommendations and of which a duplicate exists in the conformity
statement (serial number, manufacturing date, electrical characteristics …). In case of serious
damage judged repairable only in our workshops, and after prior consent from our departments,
any appliance under guarantee is sent by the Distributor, carriage paid. In case of repairs or
reconditioning of appliances not under guarantee, the round trip transport is payable by the
distributor. The parts and workforce are invoiced at the current rate. A preliminary estimate can be
supplied.
Coffee grinder not using SANTOS original burrs are not taken under guarantee. The warranty
conditions, repairs, reconditioning, of the espresso coffee grinder are the object of a specific note.
Our guarantee does not extend to the payment of penalties, the repair of direct or indirect
damages and notably to any loss of income resulting from the nonconformity or the defectiveness
of products, SANTOS's global responsibility being limited to the sale price of the delivered product
and to the possible repair of the defective products.
In case of revelation of an imperfection during the warranty period, the Distributor has to, unless a
different written agreement of SANTOS, indicate to his customer to stop any use of the defective
product. Such a use would release SANTOS of any responsibility.
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