CLEVELAND
INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND REPAIR MANUAL
CLEVELAND RANGE INC.
1333 East 179th St.
Cleveland. Ohio
U.S.A. 44110
(216)481-4900
9209 REV:1
213-01CC
KET-06
CLEVELAND
INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS FOR
ELECTRIC SELF-CONTAINED KETTLES
KEL-25
KEL-40
KEL-60
KEL-80
KEL-100
KEL-25-T
KEL-40-T
KEL-60-T
KEL-80-T
KEL-100-T
FLOOR MODELS
SSE-25-L
SSE-40-L
SSE-60-L
SSE-80-L
SSE-100-L
SSE-25-T
SSE-40-T
SSE-60-T
SSE-80-T
SSE-100-T
RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR YOUR REFERENCE
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
4.
Fill out all carrier claims forms and have
the examining carrier sign and date each
form.
WARNING:
Installation of this kettle must be accompanied
by qualified electrical installation personnel
working to all applicable local and national
codes. Improper installation of this product could
cause injury or damage.
INSTALLATION
The first installation step is to refer to the
specification sheet for the clearance
requirements, in order to determine the location of
the kettle. Next, carefully cut open the shipping
carton for easy removal of the kettle.
This equipment is built to comply with applicable
standards of manufacturers. Included among
these approval agencies are UL,
NSF,ASME/Ntl. Bd., CSA,ETL,and others.
Many local codes exist, and it is the
responsibility of the owner and installer to
comply with these codes.
INSPECTION
Before unpacking visually inspect the unit for
evidence of damage during shipping. If damage is
noticed, do not unpack the unit, follow shipping
damage instructions.
SHIPPING DAMAGE INSTRUCTIONS
If shipping damage to the unit is discovered or
suspected, observe the following guidelines in
preparing a shipping damage claim.
1.
Write down a description of the damage
or the reason for suspecting damage as
soon as it is discovered. This will help in
filling out the claim forms later.
2.
As soon as damage is discovered or
suspected, notify the carrier that
delivered the shipment.
3.
Arrange for the carrier's representative
to examine the damage.
ASSEMBLY
Position the kettle in its' permanent location, and
level the kettle by turning the adjustable flanged
feet. Once positioned and leveled, permanently
secure the kettle's flanged feet to the floor using
5/16 inch lag bolts and floor anchors (supplied by
the installer). There are three bolts required to
secure each of the flanged feet.
1
TILTING MODELS
ELECTRIC SERVICE CONNECTION
Remove the screw at the rear of the console
cover and remove the cover. A wiring diagram is
affixed to the underside of the console cover.
Feed permanent copper wiring through the cutout in the bottom of the console, and fasten to the
three-connection terminal block. Be sure to
connect the ground wire to the separate ground
terminal connector (ground lug). Repla ce the
console cover and secure it with the screw.
Install in accordance with local codes and/or the
National Electric Code ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1990
(USA) or the Canadian Electric Code CSA
Standard C22.1 (Canada). A separate fused
disconnect switch must be supplied and installed.
The kettle must be electrically grounded by the
installer.
The electric supply must match the power
requirements specified on the kettle's rating plate.
The copper wiring must be adequate to carry the
required current at the rated voltage. Refer to
specification sheet for all electrical specifications.
INSTALLATION CHECK
Although the kettle has been thoroughly tested
before leaving the factory, the installer is
responsible for ensuring the proper operation of
the kettle once installed.
The kettle is wired for 3-phase operation at the
factory. For single phase operation, rewire the
terminal block to that shown in the accompanying
diagram.
1.
Supply power to the kettle by placing the
fused disconnect switch to the "on"
position.
2.
Read the vacuum/pressure gauge to
ensure that the needle rests in the green
zone(at room temperature). If the needle
is in the "vent air" zone, refer to the
"Kettle Venting Instructions".
3.
Place the kettle's power on/off switch to
the "on" position.
4.
Turn the temperature control knob to
"min". The green LED light should
remain lit, indicating the heater elements
are energized, until the set temperature
(124°F/50°C) is reached. Then the green
light will cycle on and off with the
thermistor (solid state control).
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
STATIONARY MODELS
Remove the screws securing the dome-shaped
service cover underneath the kettle and remove
the cover. A wiring diagram is affixed to the
inside of cover. Fasten permanent copper wiring
to the three-connection terminal block. Be sure to
connect ground wire to the separate ground
terminal connector (ground lug). Slide the cover's
slot over the wiring and secure the cover to kettle
with the screws.
2
5.
If the kettle is a tilting model, tilt the
kettle forward. The red "low water" light
should be lit when the kettle is in a tilted
position. This light indicates that the
heater elements are not submerged in
water, and they have automatically been
shut off by the kettle's safety circuit. This
is a normal conditon when kettle is in a
tilted position.
6
Lower the kettle to the upright position.
The red "low water" light should go out
when the kettle is upright. If the red light
remains lit in the upright position, it
indicates a low water condition, and water
must be added to reservoir before the
kettle can be operated. Refer to the
"Reservoir Fill Procedures", on the kettle's
label, for details.
7.
8.
KETTLE VENTING INSTRUCTIONS
If the vacuum/pressure gauge reading is in the
"vent air" zone, it means that the air has entered
the steam/water jacket, resulting in little or no
vacuum. Air inside the jacket will act as an
insulator therefore reducing kettle efficiency. To
remedy this situation, the following venting
procedures should be followed:
Turn the temperature control knob to
"max." and allow the kettle to preheat.
The green light should remain on until the
set temperature is reached (260°F/127°
C), then cycle on and off with the
thermistor. Fill the kettle with cold water
to the steam jacket's welded seam. Refer
to the chart below for the time required to
bring the water to a boil.
When all testing is complete, empty the
kettle and place the power on/off switch
in the "off" position.
The accompanying chart shows
approximate times required for electric
kettles of various capacities to boil water.
Temperature control knob must be set at
"Max." throughout the heatup period.
Water will boil about 1/3 faster if the
kettle is filled only to the outer steam
jacket's welded seam, resulting in a kettle
filled to 2/3 capacity.
1.
With the temperature control knob set at
number 6 or 7, heat the empty kettle
until the vacuum/pressure gauge
indicates 5-10 psi.
2.
Release steam and air from the
steam/water jacket by loosening, one-half
turn, the 7/16 inch chrome-plated brass
venting valve nut (located at the rear of
the kettle) for 10-15 seconds.
3.
Tighten the vent valve nut, being careful
not to overtighten.
The kettle's steam/water ja cket should now be
free of air. At room temperature, the pressure
gauge needle should rest in the green zone,
indicating a vacuum in the kettle's jacket.
3
To check the gauge for proper vacuum after
venting, the temperature can be quickly reduced
by filling the kettle with cold water.
On tilting kettles, it is normal for the red light to
come on when the kettle is in a tilted position, as
the elements are not submerged in water at this
point.
If the kettle will not hold a vacuum, have a
qualified service technician test for leaks at the
vent valve, the safety valve, the probe, and the
vacuum/pressure gauge fittings. We suggest
mixing a 50/50 solution of liquid detergent and
water while heating the kettle to at least 5 psi
pressure. Then, shut off power to the kettle at the
fused disconnect switch.
The soapy solution should be applied to the
suspected area while the gauge shows at least 5
psi pressure. Any bubbles which appear will
indicate a leak.
WARNING: The fused disconnect
switch must be off before removing the
kettle's bottom cover, which exposes
dangerous high voltage.
1.
Ensure kettle is at room temperature.
2.
Shut off power to the kettle at the fused
disconnect switch.
3-
Remove the bottom cover (tilting kettles
can be tilted forward for easier access to
the cover). Tilt the kettle back to the
upright position once the cover has been
removed.
4.
Unscrew and remove the chrome-plated
brass venting valve nut located on the
back of the kettle.
5.
Hold the safety valve open while adding
distilled water through the vent hole,
using a funnel. Refer to chart below for
the proper amount required.
6.
Place the chrome-plated brass venting
valve nut into the water fill bole and
carefully tighten. Do not overtighten.
Replace bottom cover.
7.
Restore power to the kettle at the fused
disconnect switch.
8.
The kettle must now be vented. Refer to
the "Kettle Venting Instructions".
RESERVOIR FILL PROCEDURES
The reservoir's water level must be maintained at
the proper level to submerge the heater elements.
Under normal operating conditions, the sealed
water reservoir should never require the addition
of water. If the red "low water" light comes on
during use (while the kettle is in an upright
position), the water level has reached a critically
low level. The low water protection control has
automatically shut off the heater elements. The
following procedure must be completed before
further use:
NOTE:
CAUTION:
Have a qualified service
technician locate and repair the
leakage problem before adding
water to the unit. Ensure that the
red "low water" light is on when
the kettle is upright.
4
Only distilled water
should be used when
adding water to a
partially filled water
reservoir. Local tap water
conditions may cause
kettle damage which is
not covered under
warranty.
NOTE:
DISTILLED WATER REQUIREMENTS
When Red
"Low Water Light''
Comes on, Add
Distilled Water
When the
Reservoir is
Completely Empty,
Add Distilled Water
30gaL
1.80 gal
4.25 gal
40 gal
60 gal
80 gal
100 gal
2.00 gal.
2.10 gal
2.60 gal
2.80 gal
4.50 gal
5.50 gal
6.25 gal
7.00 gal
Kettle
Capacity
5.
Place the food product into the kettle.
6.
Turn the temperature control knob to the
required temperature setting between
"Min." (120° F/49° C) and "Max." (260°
F/127° C). The green light will cycle on
and off with the solid state control,
indicating the heaters are cycling on and
off to maintain the set temperature.
7.
The red "low water" light should not be
lit during kettle operation. This light
indicates that the heater elements are not
submerged in water, and they have been
automatically shut off by the kettle's
safely circuit. On tilting kettles, it is
normal for the red light to come on when
the kettle is in a tilted position. However,
the kettle cannot be operated when the
red light remains lit while the kettle is in
the upright position. This indicates a low
water condition, and water must be added
to the reservoir. Refer to the "Reservoir
Fill Procedures " for details.
8.
When cooking is completed, place the
power on/off switch to the “off” position.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1.
Before turning the kettle on, read the
vacuum/pressure gauge. The gauges needle
should be in the green zone. If the needle
is in the "vent air" zone, refer to the "Kettle
Venting Instructions ". Any air that may be
present will increase cooking times. Once
heated, the kettle's normal maximum
operating pressure is approximately 10-12
psi, while cooking a water base product
2.
Ensure that the electrical service to the
kettle is turned on at the fused disconnect
switch.
3.
Place the kettle's power on/off switch to
the "on" position.
4.
Preheat the kettle by turning the
temperature control knob to the desired
temperature setting (see temperature range
chart). The green light will remain lit,
indicating the heater elements are
energized, until the temperature setting is
reached. When the green light goes off, the
heaters are off, and preheating is complete.
5
When cooking egg and
milk products, the kettle
should not be preheated,
as products of this
nature adhere to hot
cooking surfaces, These
types of food should be
placed in the kettle
before heating is begun.
9.
Pour the contents of the kettle into an
appropriate container by opening the
draw-off valve or tilting the kettle
forward. Care should be taken to pour
slowly enough to avoid splashing off the
product.
WARNING: Do not use chloride base
detergents.
NOTE: As with cleaning food soil from
any cookware, an important pan of kettle
cleaning is to prevent food from drying
on. For this reason, cleaning should be
completed immediately after cooked
foods are removed. Refer to the "Care
and Cleaning Instructions" for detailed
kettle washing procedures.
TEMPERATURE RANGE CHART
Temperature
Control
Setting
1.
Prepare a warm water and mild detergent
solution in the kettle.
2.
Remove food soil inside the kettle using
a nylon brush. Do not use a metal bristle
brush, as this may permanently damage
the kettle's stainless steel surface.
3.
Loosen food which is stuck to the kettle
by allowing it to soak at a low setting.
4.
If the kettle is equipped with a draw-off
valve, it should be cleaned as follows:
a.
Remove the drain screen from the
bottom of the kettle. Thoroughly
wash and rinse the screen either
in a sink or a dishwasher, then
replace it into the kettle.
b.
Disassemble the draw-off valve
first by turning the valve knob
counter-clockwise, then turning
the large hex nut counterclockwise until the valve stem is
free of the valve body.
c.
In a sink, wash and rinse the
valve stem, hex nut and knob.
Wash and rinse the inside of the
valve body using a nylon brush.
d.
Reassemble the draw-off valve by
reversing the procedure for
disassemble. The valve's hex nut
should be hand tight only.
* Approx. Product
Temperature
°F
°C
Minimum
120
49
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Maximum
130
145
160
170
185
195
210
230
245
260
54
63
71
77
85
91
99
110
118
127
* Certain combinations of ingredients will result in
temperature variations.
CARE AND CLEANING
Your kettle must be cleaned regularly to
maintain its fast, efficient cooking
performance, and to ensure its continued safe,
reliable operation.
6
5.
Rinse kettle interior thoroughly, then
dram the rinse water.
ELECTRIC KETTLE
CALIBRATING PROCEDURE
6.
Leave the cover off when the kettle is
not in use.
1.
7.
Using mild soapy water and a damp
sponge, wash the exterior of the kettle,
rinse, and dry. Avoid soaking the electric
control panel. Always turn off
equipment power before using water to
wash equipment.
Insure the unit has a vacuum before you
begin calibrating procedures. If unit
requires venting refer to "KETTLE
VENTING INSTRUCTIONS'' in this
manual.
2.
Turn kettle on and set temperature dial to
maximum (10).
3.
Allow the unit to cycle twice.
4.
Check temperature of the inner kettle
surface with a digital thermometer.
5.
Temperature should be 265°F.
6.
Using a screw driver adjust temperature
by turning the potentiometer on the black
box. Turn very little. Turn clockwise to
INCREASE, and counter-clockwise to
DECREASE temperature.
7.
Allow the unit to cycle twice.
8.
Check temperature of the inner kettle
surface with a digital thermometer.
9.
Repeat steps 4 through 8 until unit is
calibrated.
NOTE: For more difficult cleaning
applications one of the following can be
used: alcohol, baking soda, vinegar, or a
solution of ammonia in water. Avoid the
use of chloride cle ansers, which may
damage the kettle's stainless steel surface.
WARNING: Steel wool should never be
used for cleaning the cooking chamber of
kettle. Particles of steel wool become
embedded in the cooking surface and
rust, which may corrode the stainless
steel.
WARNING: Never hose down the kettle.
Water seeps into the underside of the
kettle, shorting and burning out the
elements.
MAINTENANCE
This equipment requires very little preventive
maintenance other than daily cleaning. Some
kettles are equipped with handwheel tilting
mechanisms which require periodic preventive
maintenance to assure continued trouble -free
operation. Inspect the worm screw, tilting gears
and bearings occasionally (at least once a year).
Lubricate as required using a high temperature
grease. Remove bottom cover, heat kettle and
test pressure relief valve twice a year.
7
OPERATING CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
ITEM NO.
DESCRIPTION
FUNCTION
16
On-Off Toggle Switch
( Pg. 213-09DR )
Controls electrical power to kettle.
20
Solid State Temperature Control Knob
( Pg. 213-09DR )
This control knob allows the operator to select
kettle heat increments from Min. to Max.(see
temperature setting chart in the operating
instructions section of this manual).
17
Heat Indicator Light (Green)
( Pg. 213-09DR )
When lit, indicates that the kettle heating
elements are on. Cycles On-Off with solid state
contols.
21
Low Water Indicator Light (Red)
( Pg. 213-09DR )
When lit, indicates that the kettle heating
elements have cut out and the unit requires more
water. (See Reservoir Fill Procedure).
15
Vacuum/Pressure Gauge
( Pg. 213-09DR )
Indicates steam pressure in PSI inside the steam
jacket as well as vacuum in inches of mercury.
5
Pressure Relief Valve
( Pg. 213-09DR )
In the unlikely event that there is an excess steam
build-up in the jacket, this valve opens
automatically to relieve this pressure.
1
Chrome Plated Brass Vent
( Pg. 213-09DR )
This valve is used to vent the kettle if there is
insufficient vacuum as well as for refilling the
kettle with water. (See Venting Instructions and
Reservoir Fill Procedures).
NS
Service Cover
( Not Shown )
Located underneath the kettle. Remove this cover
for easy access to contactor, kettle control box,
etc.
1-7
Daw-Off Valve
( Pg. 600-04TD )
This valve is used to empty the kettle of either
food products or wash water. It is supplied as
standard equipment on stationary models and is
optional on tilting kettles.
11
Hand Wheel
( Pg. 213-10DR )
Turn to tilt kettle for pouring.
16
Power Tilt Control Switch
( Pg. 213-12DR )
This switch allows the operator to tilt the kettle
up or down.
8
PARTS LIST - KETTLE BOTTOM
ITEM NO.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
PART NO.
F105025
KE50570
F105022
KE50556
KE51723
KE50997
KE51226
KF51225
KE00458
KE50753
KE51322
KE50750
KE50751
12.
KE50377
SK50055
13.
KE50376
SK50054
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22
23.
24.
KE50752
KE50429
KE50504
KE50568
SK50062
KE50988
KE50569
KE50567
KE50558
KE00515
KE51005
DESCRIPTION
Bleed vent elbow
Bleed vent nut
Connector
Probe, low water
Safety valve, 50 PSI, 1/2"
Blow down tube
Wire connector terminal
Edge connector
Solid state control box
Relay, 12 VDC
Contactor, 208/240V, 40 Amp.
(Standard kettles)
Contactor, 208/240V, 50 Amp.
(Special high wattage kettles-6 elements)
Contactor, 208/240V, 60 Amp.
(Special high wattage kettles-6 elements)
Terminal block section
(Large, white)
Terminal block section
(Small, black)
Terminal block end section
(Large, white)
Terminal block end section
(Small, black)
Transformer
Pressure gauge
Switch, toggle, SPST
L. E. D green
Rubber boot
Potentiometer
Knob, potentiometer
L.E.D. red
Safety Thermostat (140° C)
Thermistor
Rotary seal
9
QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
KETTLE BOTTOM
10
PARTS LIST - CONTROL HOUSING
ITEM NO.
1.
2.
5.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
PART NO.
FA11134
KE50325
FA95008
FA30088
KE50752
KE50315
FA95005
KE50375
FA19186
KE00508
FA95007
KE00151
FA95006
KE51711
KE50377
SK50055
17.
KE50376
SK50054
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.-24.
22
23.
24.
25.
SE00034
FA10623
FA20029
KE51891
SE00036
KE52192
KE52191
KE52193
KE51730
DESCRIPTION
Screw, 10-24 x 3/8"SS
Console cover
Locknut, 3/4-16
Washer, 1 1/2-OD x 13/16"ID x .125"W
See note
Transformer, 240/16V
Worm
Tension pin
Tilt shaft
Set screw, hand wheel
Hand wheel
Retaining ring
Worm gear
Woodruff key
Bearing, roller, trunnion
Terminal block section
(Large, white)
Terminal block section
(Small, black)
Terminal block end section
(Large, white)
Terminal block end section
(Small, black)
Bearing assy.
Boll, 5/16-24 x 1 1/2"
Nut, hex, 5/16-24
Washer, 1 1/2"OD x 13/16"ID x .037"W
Thrust bearing assy.
Washer, thrust bearing
Bearing, thrust
Spacer, thrust bearing
Bearing, tilt shaft
Note: Please order Item no. 22.-24. - Part no. SE00036
11
QTY.
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
4
2
2
1
CONTROL HOUSING
12
PARTS LIST- POWER TILT OPTION
ITEM NO.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5,
6.
7.
PART NO.
KE51012
FA11134
KE50577
KE51224
KE52386
KE50583
KE50582
KE50377
SK50055
8.
KE50376
SK50054
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
3132.
33.
34.-36.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
FA95008
FA30088
FA95005
KE50581
KE51011
KE51009
KE51010
KE50752
FA95007
FA95006
KE50580
KE51223
KE51007
FA00012
KE00150
KE50315
KE50441
FA11081
KE51711
KE51731
FA10623
FA20229
SE00034
KE51891
SE00036
KE52192
KE52191
KE52193
FA95037
FA95014
KE50579
DESCRIPTION
Gear box lid
Screw, 10-24 x 3/8" SS
Motor
Transformer, 208/120V(HG3J)
Transformer, 220, 240/120V(HG5J)
Buna-N insert
Coupling
Terminal block section
(Large, white)
Terminal block section
(Small, black)
Terminal block end section
(Large, white)
Terminal block end section
(Small, black)
Locknut, 3/4-16
Washer, 1 1/2"OD x 13/16"ID x .125"W
See note
Tension pin
Bridge rectifier
Contact section
Square spacer plate
Square actuator
Transformer, 240/16V
Retaining ring
Woodruff key
Water resistant boot
Bottom cover
Micro switch
"0" Ring, circuit breaker
Worm gear
Worm
Tilt shaft
Screw, 8-32 x 1/2", SS
Bearing, roller, trunnion
Bearing, tilt shaft
Bolt, 5/16-24 x 1 1/2"
Nut, hex, 5/16-24
Bearing assembly
Washer, 1 1/2"OD x 13/16"ID x .037"W
Thrust bearing assembly
Washer, thrust bearing
Bearing, thrust
Spacer, thrust bearing
Key, 3/16" x 3/16" x 3/4"
Key, 3/16" x 3/16" x 1"
Circuit breaker, 1 amp
Note: Please order item no. 34.-36. - Part no. SE00036
13
QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
3
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
4
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
4
2
2
1
1
1
POWER TILT OPTION
14
PARTS LIST - TRUNNION ASSEMBLY
ITEM NO.
1
2
3
4
PART NO.
KE00354-D
KE00351-D
KE00349
KE50666
DESCRIPTION
Trunnion bearing casting
Trunnion bearing casting
Bolt, 5/16-18 x 1/2"
Spherical washer
15
QTY.
1
1
1
1
PARTS LIST - 2" TANGENT DRAW-OFF VALVE
ITEM NO. PART NO.
1. to 7.
KE50972-B
1.
FA21008
FA95049
KE527551
2.
3.
KE52754
4.
KE52753
5.
KE52752
6.
FA00111
7.
KE52751
DESCRIPTION
Draw-off assembly
Hex nut
Wing nut
Knob
Hex nut
Retainer
Piston
"O" Ring
Valve body
QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
16
PARTS LIST - FAUCET
ITEM NO.
1
2
PART NO.
KE50833
KE50828
KE50829
KE51404
KE51736
3
4
5
6
7
FA95022
FA00016
SE50021
SE50020
KE51403
8
SE50022
DESCRIPTION
3/4" Spout
for KS-E-LA
for KT-20-EA
for KT-30-EA, KT-4O-EA, KT-60-EA
Spout nut, short(used on spout KE50833)
Spout nut, tall (used on spouts
KE50828, KE50829 and KE50830)
Retaining ring
"O"ring
Cold water stem assemby
Hot water stem assembly
Double pantry control valve
(c/w item no. 5,6,8)
Yoke connection kit
17
QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PARTS LIST - HINGE ASSEMBLY
ITEM NO.
1.-9.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
PART NO.
SE00057
SE00058
KE51218
KE50824
KE50823
KE50820
KE50819
FA11507
FA11284
KE50122
KE50121
KE50821
KE50151
KE00095
FA30500
FA11223
DESCRIPTION
Hinge assembly (40 gal. and under)
Hinge assembly (60 gal. and over)
Body, spring assist hinge
Hinge bearing
Pin (hinge)
Insert, brass adjustment
End piece
Screws, adjustment
Bolts, end block
Spring (40 gal. and under)
Spring (60 gal. and over)
Cylinder
Knob, ball type
Cover handle (specify model)
Lid holder
Washer, lid holder
Bolt, lid holder
18
QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
ALL KETTLES AND SKILLETS
HINGE ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS
1.
Insert 3/8" Allen wrench.
2.
Turn clockwise to relieve tension on spring.
3.
While tension is released remove one of the two slotted screws.
4.
To prevent Allen wrench from springing back abruptly while the second slotted screw is
removed, insert a pin (approximately 1/8") in the hole where the first slotted screw was
removed from.
5.
Remove second slotted screw.
6.
While holding Allen wrench remove pin.
7.
Turn Allen wrench clockwise to tighten or counter-clockwise to loosen tension to produce
desired effect.
8.
Re-insert pin in one of the two holes.
9.
Tighten one slotted screw in the other hole (it may be necessary to turn Allen wrench
slightly to align holes.)
10.
Remove pin and repeat step number 9 for other slotted screw.
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ALL ELECTRIC KETTLES
SERVICING GUIDE
This section contains servicing information intended for use by Authorized Service Personnel.
Note 1: If Fault Isolation Procedure is required, be sure to start at step #1.
Note 2: On table top kettles the entire control mounting panel may be removed from kettle control
housing for easier troubleshooting and pans replacement.
A/ Problem: Kettle is not heating at all. (Kettle must be on and temperature control set.)
Possible Causes
1.
No incoming power.
2.
Kettle is tilted.
3.
Low water condition.
4.
Defective on/off switch.
5.
Defective 12 VDC relay.
6.
Defective safety thermostat.
7.
Defective contactor/s.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Defective potentiometer.
Defective low water level probe.
Defective thermistor.
Defective 240/16 VAC transformer.
Defective control box.
Defective elements.
Fault Isolation Procedure
Step
1.
2.
3.
4.
Test
Is there proper incoming voltage at terminal
block?
Is the red LED illuminated?
Is the green LED illuminated?
Do both contactors energize?
Result
Remedy
Yes
Go to step #2.
No
Correct external power supply problem.
Yes
Follow Kettle Filling Procedure. If this does
not correct the problem, go to PROBLEM D.
No
Go to step #3.
Yes
Go to step #4.
No
Go to step #7
Yes
Check contactor contacts for pitting. Voltage
across contactor terminals while in a closed
position indicates a poor contact. Replace
contactor/s as necessary. Check elements for
short at ground or an open circuit. If element/s
are defective contact the factory. Elements are
not field replaceable.
No
Go to step #5.
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5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Measure continuity across safety thermostat. Yes
Is it an open circuit?
No
Is there 120 VAC present across the coils of Yes
the contactors?
Remove wire from low water level probe
and ground it to the body of the kettle. Do
the contactors now energize?
Is there 16 VAC present at output of 16
VAC transformer?
Replace defective 12 VDC relay.
Yes
Clean or replace defective low water level
probe. Replace defective red LED.
No
Go to step #8.
Yes
Go to step #9.
No
Replace defective 240/16 VAC transformer.
Measure continuity of ON/OFF switch. Is it Yes
operating properly?
Unplug control box and measure the
Yes
resistance across potentiometer. Is it approx.
0 ohms at max. and 50,000 ohms at min.
settings?
No
11.
Go to step #6.
Replace defective contactor/s.
No
No
10.
Replace defective safety thermostat.
Remove edge connector from control box.
Yes
While kettle is cold or thermistor is removed
and allowed to cook, measure the resistance
between edge connectors pins #2 and #7. Is
it approx. 100,000 ohms?
No
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Go to step #10.
Replace defective ON/OFF switch.
Go to step #11.
Replace defective potentiometer.
Spray contact cleaner on control box
terminals and edge connector. Try box
again, if the problem still exists, replace
defective control box.
Replace defective thermistor.
B/ Problem:
Kettle heats too slowly or not hot enough.
(Note: normal max. operating pressure with an empty kettle is 25-30 psi.)
Possible Causes
1.
Air in kettle jacket-requires venting.
2.
Defective safety thermostat.
3.
Defective potentiometer.
4.
Defective thermistor.
5. Defective contactors.
6. Defective control box.
7. Defective element/s.
Fault
Isolation Procedure
Step
Test
Result
Remedy
1.
In a cold state, does the pressure gauge read in
the green zone?
Yes
Go to step #2.
No
There is air present in the jacket of the kettle.
Follow Kettle Venting Procedure. If constant
venting is required, there is a leak that should
be corrected.
Yes
Go to step #3.
No
Check contactor contacts for pitting. Voltage
across terminal of contactor while energized
signifies a poor contact. Replace contactor/s as
necessary. Check elements for short to ground
or open circuit If elements are defective,
contact the factory. Elements are not field
replaceable.
Yes
Replace defective safety thermostat.
No
Go to step #4.
Yes
Go to step #5.
No
Replace defective potentiometer.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Do the contactors shut off too early? (before
reaching normal max. operating pressure).
Does the green LED remain illuminated after the
contactors shut off?
Unplug control box and measure the resistance
across potentiometer.
Is it approx. 0 ohms at max. and 50,000 ohms at
min. setting?
Remove kettle thermistor and allow to cool.
Yes
Remove edge connector from control box. Test
resistance across edge connectors pins #2 and #1.
Is it approx. 100,000 ohms?
No
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Go to step #6.
Replace defective thermistor.
6.
Turn the potentiometer on the control box
clockwise to increase the max. operating
temperature. Does the kettle now achieve
max. operating pressure of 25-30 psi in an
empty kettle?
Yes
Kettle is operating properly.
No
Spray contact cleaner on control terminals
and edge connector. Try box again. If
problem still exists, replace defective
control box.
C/Problem: Kettle is overheating.
Possible Causes
1.
2.
3.
4.
Defective thermistor.
Defective potentiometer.
Defective 12 VDC relay.
Defective control box.
Fault Isolation Procedure
Step Test
1.
2.
3.
4.
Result
Does the green LED turn off even though the Yes
contractors remain energized?
Unplug the control box and measure the
resistance across the potentiometer, Is the
resistance approx. 0 ohms at max. and
50,000 ohms at min. settings?
Remedy
Replace defective 12 VDC relay.
No
Yes
Go to step #2.
Go to step #3.
No
Replace defective thermistor.
Remove kettle thermistor an allow to cool.
Yes
Remove edge connector from control box.
Test resistance across edge connectors pins
#2 and #7. Is it approx. 100,000 ohms?.
No
Go to step #4.
Turn the potentiometer on the control box
counter-clockwise to decrease the max.
operating temperature. Does the kettle
continue to overheat?
Yes
Spray contact cleaner on control box
terminal and edge connector. Try box
again. If problem still exists, replace
defective control box.
No
Kettle is operating properly.
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Replace defective thermistor.
D/Problem: Red LED remains illuminated even though water has been added.
Possible Causes
1.
2.
Defective low water level probe.
Defective control box.
Fault Isolation Procedure
Step Test
Result
Reme dy
1.
Yes
Replace or clean defective low water
level probe.
No
Spray contact cleaner on control box
terminals and edge connector. Try box
again. If problem still exist, replace
defective control box.
Remove wire from low water level probe
and ground the wire to the body of the
kettle. Does the red LED turn off?
MODEL
KS20/KT20
ELECTRICAL RATINGS
208 VOLTS
1 Phase
KW
240 VOLTS
1 Phase
3 Phase
AMP
KW
AMP
KW
AMP
KW
3 Phase
AMP KW
220/380 VOLTS
1 Phase
AMP
3 Phase
KW
AMP
9.8
47 9.8
27
13
55
13
32
—
—
11
25
KS30/KT30
12.3
59 12.3
34
16.4
68
16.4
39
—
—
13.6
21
KS40/KT40
14.8
71 14.8
41
19.6
82
19.6
47
—
— 16.4
25
KS60/KT60
14.8
71 14.8
41
19.6
82
19.6
47
—
—
25
240/416 VOLTS
KS20/KT20
KW
1 Phase
AMP KW
480 VOLTS
16.4
575 VOLTS
3 Phase
AMP
1 Phase
KW
AMP
3 Phase
KW
AMP
1 Phase
KW
3 Phase
AMP KW
AMP
—
— 13
18
9.8
21
9.8
12
18
31 18
18
KS30/KT30
—
— 16.4
23
9.8
21
9.8
12
18
31 18
18
KS40/KT40
—
— 19.6
27
B.I
27
13.1
16
18
31 18
18
KS60/KT60
—
— 19.6
27
19.6
41
19.6
24
24
42 24
24
For electrical supply other than shown above, refer to the wiring diagram affixed to the underside of the
console cover.
NOTE: Amperage (amps/ph) column above is the actual current draw of the unit. Please reference
electrical codes in your area for the correct wire and circuit breaker sizing.
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STANDARD NORTH AMERICAN WIRING DIAGRAM
For electrical supply other than shown above, refer to the wiring diagram affixed to the underside of the
console cover.
NOTE: Please reference electrical codes in your area for the correct wire and circuit breaker sizing.
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STANDARD EUROPEAN WIRING DIAGRAM
For electrical supply other than shown above, refer to the wiring diagram affixed to the underside of the
console cover.
NOTE: Please reference electrical codes in your area for the correct wire and circuit breaker sizing.
26
HARRISONS & CROSFIELD (CANADA) LTD.
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
PRODUCT: ETHYLENE GLYCOL
SUPPLIER:
DATE: 24 October 1986
Harrisons & Crosfield (Canada) Ltd.
777 Supertest Road,
Downsview, Ontario, M3J 2M5
Phone (416) 736 9299, Telex 06-524509
Emergency Phone (416) 667 8074
I. IDENTIFICATION
SYNONYMS: Glycol; EG; MEG; 1, 2 ethanediol
CHEMICAL NAME: Ethylene glycol
CHEMICAL FAMILY: Glycols
CHEMICAL FORMULA: HOC2H4CH
SHIPPING NAME:
CLASSIFICATION: Not regulated
C.A.S. NUMBER: 107-21-1
P.I.N.:
PACKING GROUP:
II. HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
Ingredient
Ethylene glycol
Range % TLV (ppm)
100
Vapor-50 ppm
III. HEALTH HAZARDS
THRESHOLD LIMIT VALUE: Vapour - 50 ppm. Paniculate - 10 mg/m3
EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE:
EYES: Liquid, vapours, and particularly mists, may cause discomfort in the eye with transient conjunctivitis.
Serious corneal injury is not anticipated.
SKIN: slightly irritating.
INHALATION: May cause irritation of the throat and headache. High vapour concentrations caused, for
example, by heating the material in an enclosed and poorly ventilated workspace may produce nausea,
headache, and dizziness.
INGESTION: May cause abdominal discomfort and pain (dizziness, malaise, lumbar pain, oliguria, uraemia,
and central nervous system depression. Severe kidney damage follows the swallowing of large volumes of
ethylene glycol. May be fatal.
CHRONIC HEALTH HAZARDS: Inhalation of mists may produce signs of effects on the central nervous
system, particularly dizziness and nystagmus.
OTHER HEALTH HAZARDS: Ethylene glycol has been shown to produce dose-related teratogenic effects in rats and
mice when given by gavage or drinking water at high concentrations. There is no available information to
suggest that it has caused birth defects in humans. Two chronic feeding studies, using rats and mice have not
produced any evidence that ethylene glycols causes dose-related increases in tumour incidence, or a different
pattern of tumours compared with untreated controls. The absence of a carcinogenic potential for ethylene
glycol has been supported by numerous in vitro genotoxicity studies showing it does not produce mutagenic or
clastogenic effects.
PRODUCT: ETEYLENE GLYCOL
DATE: 24 October 1986
FIRST AID:
EYES: Flush with water for at least 15 minutes.
SKIN: Remove contaminated clothing and flush skin with water.
INHALATION: Remove to fresh air. Call a physician if discomfort persists.
INGESTION: If conscious, give two glasses of water and induce vomiting. Call a physician.
NOTES TO PHYSICIAN: The principle toxic effect of the material, when swallowed, will be due to the
ethylene glycol content, which caused kidney damage. Early administration of ethanol may block the
formation of nephrotic metabolites in the liver. Ethanol should be given intravenously, as a 5%
solution in sodium bicarbonate, at a rate of about 10 ml. of ethanol per hour. A desired therapeutic
level of ethanol in blood is 100 mg/dL. Hemodialysis may be required. See also Section IX.
IV. FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARDS
FLASH POINT & method (C): 116 (TCC)
FLAMMABLE LIMITS (% in air): LOWER: 3.2 UPPER: 15.3 (est)
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: Use water spray, carbon dioxide, dry chemical, alcohol-type or universaltype foams applied by the manufacturers' recommended technique.
SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES: Do not spray pool fires directly. A solid stream of water
directed into hot, burning liquid can cause frothing. Use self-contained breathing apparatus and
protective clothing.
UNUSUAL FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARDS: None currently known
V. PHYSICAL DATA
The following physical data are approximate only and do not represent specification values. They
should only be used in the context of this Material Safety Data Sheet.
BOILING POINT (C): 197
SPECIFIC GRAVITY (20C): 1.12
VAPOUR PRESSURE: 0.08
VAPOUR DENSITY (air=l) : 2.1
WATER SOLUBILITY: Complete
VOLATILITY (%): Nil
EVAPORATION RATE:(Butyl acetate=1):
< 0.01
APPEARANCE & ODOUR: Colourless liquid, mild odour.
VI. REACTIVITY
STABILITY: Stable.
CONDITIONS TO AVOID: None currently known.
INCOMPATIBILITY: Strong oxidizing agents.
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: Carbon dioxide and/or carbon
monoxide produced on burning.
HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: No.
CONDITIONS TO AVOID: None currently known.
PRODUCT: ETEYLENE GLYCOL
DATE: 24 October 1986
VII. SPILLS & LEAK PROCEDURES
STEPS TO BE TAKEN IF MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED: Wear suitable protective
equipment. Small spills - flush with large quantities of water. Large spills - collect for disposal.
WASTE DISPOSAL METHODS: Incinerate in a furnace where permitted by Federal, Provincial, and
local laws and regulations.
VIII. SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: NIOSH or MSHA approved air supplied mask in high concentrations.
VENTILATION: General mechanical room ventilation is expected to be adequate if handled in covered
equipment. Local exhaust ventilation is needed at points where vapour is expected to be vented to
the air.
PROTECTIVE GLOVES: Rubber or plastic.
EYE PROTECTION: Monogoggles or face shield.
ADDITIONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: Eye bath and safety shower.
IX. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
HANDLING & STORAGE: May be fatal if swallowed. Do not breathe mist. Avoid prolonged or repeated
breathing of vapour. Avoid contact with eyes. Wash thoroughly after handling. Where heavy
concentrations of fine mist are present, a respirator should be used to prevent inhaling mist
particles.
OTHER INFORMATION: Pulmonary oedema with hypoxemia has been described in a number of patients
following poisoning with ethylene glycol. The mechanism of production has not been elucidated,
but it appears to be noncardiogenic in origin in several cases. Respiratory support with mechanical
ventilation and positive end-expiratory pressure may be required.
***** END OF REPORT *****
PREPARED BY: Regulatory Services
DATE ISSUED: 28 July 1986
Harrisons & Crosfield (Canada) Ltd.
DATE REVISED:24 Oct. 1986
The information provided in this Material Safety Data Sheet has been obtained from sources believed to be
reliable. Harrisons & Crosfield (Canada) Ltd. provides no warrants express or implied and assumes no
responsibility for the accuracy or the completeness of the data contained herein.
FINNAN ENGINEERED
PRODUCTS LIMITED
POISON CONTROL CENTER
Toronto: l-800-268-9017
EMERGENCY Tel. No.
(416) 438-6070
(416) 294-5237
(416) 497-5512
Quebec
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
City: 418-656-8090
April 28/89
SECTION I PRODUCT INFORMATION
NAME OF PRODUCT
FINNAN 1524L and 1529L
PURPOSE OF PRODUCT
Closed System Corrosion Inhibitor
CHEMICAL NAME
Mixture
FORMULA
SECTION II
COMPONENTS
WT/ WT
%
HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
Oral-rat
LD50
HAZARD
CAS NO.
Sodium Nitrite
20-24
120mg/Kg
Assists combustion
7632-00-0
Tolytriazole
0.2-0.3
675mg/Kg
Toxic
29385-43-1
Sodium Hydroxide
0.8
N/Av.
Corrosive
1310-73-2
Sodium Tetraborate
3.3
2660mg/Kg LDL0, man, 709 mg/Kg
1330-43-4
SECTION III
APPEARANCE AND PHYSICAL STATE
Straw color liquid
PHYSICAL STATE
ODOUR
Mild
1. BOILING POINT ° C (°F)
>100°C
5. pH OF PRODUCT OR ACID/BASE
CONTENT
11.5-12.0
2. VAPOUR
PRESSURE
DENSITY (Air=1)
3. SOLUBILITY IN WATER
N/Ave.
6. SPECIFIC GRAVITY (Water=1)
1.20-1. 22
Miscible
7. FREEZING POINT
N/Av.
4. PERCENT VOLATILE
71% as water
8. AUTODECOMPOSITION TEMP.
490°C
SECTION IV FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA
FLAMMABLE LIMITS : Upper
Lower
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA As appropriate for combustibles in area.
FLASH POINT
N/Ap.
SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES
Self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing must be worn
in fighting all fires involving chemicals.
SECTION V
HEALTH HAZARD DATA
A - EFFECTS OF ACUTE OVEREXPOSURE
(A) SKIN
Corrosive to skin, may cause dermatitis.
(B) INHALATION For nitrite , 4 hr. LC50 in rats: 1.45 mg/litre of air.
(C) INGESTION
Harmful or fatal if swallowed.
(D) EYES
Corrosive to eyes.
B - EFFECTS OF CHRONIC OVEREXPOSURE
- Nitrite not listed as a carcinogen by ACGIH, IARC or OSH.
- Nitrite tests on animals demonstrate no embryotoxic or reproductive toxicity.
- See Appendix.
SECTION VI EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID
(A) SKIN
Wash with soap and water at once while removing contaminated clothing
(B) INHALATION No exposure is expected at room temperature.
(C) INGESTION
If victim is conscious, induce vomiting by giving two glasses of water or salt water and inserting
finger down throat. Call Poison Control or a physician immediately.
(D) EYES
Immediately flush eyes with copious amounts of water for 20 mins. Consult a physician if
redness or irritation persists.
SECTION VII TOXICOLOGICAL DATA
EXPOSURE LIMITS:
Not established.
ROUTE OF ENTRY:
Skin or eye contact, ingestion.
SECTION VIII SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES
STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED
Collect and reuse as much as possible, absorb the residues with sand or other mineral absorbent
materials and dispose of.
DISPOSAL
PROCEDURES
Follow your local, provincial and federal chemical disposal regulations.
SECTION IX PROTECTION INFORMATION
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: LOCAL
EXHAUST
GLOVES
MECHANICAL
EXHAUST
APRONS
SAFETY
CHEMICAL
GOGGLES
GLASSES
OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: Eyewash station.
FACE
SHIELD
SECTION X REACTIVITY DATA
STABILITY
STABLE
UNSTABLE
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION OR COMBUSTION PRODUCTS
Toxic brown nitrogen dioxide gas is formed.
CONDITIONS TO
AVOID
Mixing with acids or strong oxidizing chemicals must be avoided.
SECTION XI HANDLING AND STORAGE PRECAUTIONS
Handle as an alkaline liquid. Store away from acids and oxidizing
chemicals. Keep the lid closed at all times.
SECTION XII FURTHER INFORMATION
Under certain circumstances, when dry nitrite comes in contact with
combustible material, it may act as a source of oxygen, thus
assisting combustion.
Do not add amines to water systems containing Finnan 1524L
or Finnan 1529L to avoid formation of carcinogenic
nitrosamines.