Berkel | FMS60 | MODEL FMS60 OWNER/OPERATOR MANUAL

MODEL FMS60
OWNER/OPERATOR
MANUAL
Berkel Company
PO Box 696
2006 Nor thwestern Parkway
Louisville, Kentucky 40201
(800) 348 - 0251
Fax 888 - 888 -2838
F37246 Rev. B (July 2010)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
GENERAL ....................................................................................................................................3
INSTALLATION ...........................................................................................................................3
Unpacking .................................................................................................................................3
Location ....................................................................................................................................3
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ..................................................................................................4
OPERATION ...............................................................................................................................5
Controls ....................................................................................................................................6
Non-Timed Mixing .....................................................................................................................6
MIXING ........................................................................................................................................7
Bowl ..........................................................................................................................................7
Agitator .....................................................................................................................................7
Wire Cage/Bowl Guard .............................................................................................................................8
Remove Wire Cage/Bowl Guard ...............................................................................................8
Install Wire Cage/Bowl Guard ...................................................................................................8
CLEANING ..................................................................................................................................8
MIXING BOWL CAPACITY CHART ...........................................................................................9
Agitators and Accessories ......................................................................................................10
MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................................10
Motor .......................................................................................................................................10
Bowl Lift Slideways .................................................................................................................10
SERVICE ................................................................................................................................11
WARRANTY ..............................................................................................................................12
©Berkel, 2010
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Installation, Operation, and Care of
BERKEL FMS60 Quart MIXER
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
GENERAL
The 60 quart mixer has an AC Induction electric motor and motor control. A 60 quart bowl, B-Flat beater,
bowl guard, spiral dough hook, D wire whip, bowl truck, and ingredient chute are shipped as standard
equipment. A 0 - 15 minute timer and four plastic foot pads are standard. A #12 attachment hub is standard.
A variety of attachments are available. A 30 quart (step-down) bowl and accessories are optional.
INSTALLATION
UNPACKING
Immediately after unpacking the mixer, check for possible shipping damage. If the mixer is found to be
damaged, save the packaging material and contact the carrier within 15 days of delivery.
Prior to installation, test the electrical service to assure that it agrees with the specifications on the machine
data plate.
LOCATION
Remove hex head shipping bolts with an open end wrench (or crescent wrench), that attaches the four
legs to the base-frame of the carton.
Place the mixer on a suitable sturdy level surface. There should be adequate space around the mixer for
the user to operate the controls and install and remove bowls.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Electrical and grounding connections must comply with the applicable portion
of the National Electrical Code and/or other Local Electrical Codes.
Disconnect the electrical power to the machine and follow lockout/tagout
procedures. Do not remove side cover.
A hole for the 3/4" trade-size conduit is located in the top left side of the pedestal. Remove top cover. Make
electrical connections to supply harness wires in wiring area as follows:
Single-Phase Mixer:
• Connect field supply lead L1 to supply harness wire "SERVL1".
• Connect field supply lead L2 to supply harness wire "SERVL2".
• Cut off stripped portion of "SERVL3" harness wire and wrap securely with electrical tape to insulate the exposed conductor.
• Connect ground wire to ground lug on the mixer.
Three-Phase Mixer:
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Connect field supply lead L1 to supply harness wire "SERVL1".
Connect field supply lead L2 to supply harness wire "SERVL2".
Connect field supply lead L3 to supply harness wire "SERVL3".
Connect ground wire to ground lug on the mixer.
Assure all wires and wire connections are inside wiring area and away from belt.
For wiring details, reference wiring diagram located on the inside of the TOP COVER.
Reinstall TOP COVER.
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OPERATION
Moving beater in bowl. Keep hands, clothing and utensils out while in operation.
Do not use without interlocked guard.
Controls
Attachment Hub
Thumb Screw
and Plug
Bowl Lift Handle
Bowl Guard/
Wire Cage
Splash Guard
Bowl Support
Agitator
Fig. 1
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CONTROLS (Fig. 2)
Speed Selector
Starts Mixer
Time Selector
Stops Mixer
Fig. 2
Push-button Start and Stop buttons control power to the mixer.
The Bowl Guard /wire cage must be in place and closed or the mixer will not operate.
If the Bowl Support is not all the way up, the mixer will not operate.
TIMED MIXING -- The TIMER is used in conjunction with the Start button for timed mixing operations and
will stop the mixer when the desired time has elapsed.
NON-TIMED MIXING -- Set the timer on Hold ∞ and use the Stop button to turn the mixer off.
The Speed Selector (Fig. 2) is used to change speeds. To change speeds, turn the Speed Selector to the
desired speed. Speed can be set when mixer is on or off.
Blend -- The slowest speed to incorporate ingredients.
Speed 1 (Low) -- For light dough, heavy batters, or potatoes.
Speed 2 (Medium-Low) -- For cake batters or some whipping operations.
Speed 3 (Medium) -- For light work, such as whipping cream, beating eggs, or mixing thin batters.
Speed 4 (Medium-High) -- For light work, such as whipping cream and beating eggs.
Speed 5 (High) -- This speed is for maximum and accelerated air incorporation into light batches.
The Bowl Lift Handle (Fig. 1) is used to raise and lower the bowl. For the FMS60 (60 QUART) Mixer, to
raise the bowl, rotate the handle clockwise; rotating the handle counterclockwise lowers the bowl.
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MIXING
This section explains operation of the mixer and how to install
bowls and agitators.
Fig. 3
BOWL
New mixer bowls and agitators (beaters, whips, spiral dough hook, ingredient chute and splash cover) should
be thoroughly washed with hot water and a mild soap solution, rinsed with either a mild soda or vinegar
solution, and thoroughly rinsed with clear water before being put into service. This cleaning procedure
should also be followed for bowls and agitators before whipping egg whites or whole eggs.
The bowl must be installed before the agitator. To install the bowl, fully lower the bowl support (Fig. 3).
60 quart Mixer - Position the bowl so two holes on bowl tabs are above the bowl pins on the bowl
support.
AGITATOR
To install an agitator (Fig. 4), the bowl must be installed and fully lowered. Place the agitator in the bowl, push
it up on the agitator shaft, and turn it clockwise to seat the shaft pin in the slot of the agitator shank.
Fig. 4
ATTACHMENTS
To install an attachment, loosen the thumb screw on the attachment hub (Fig.1, page 4) and remove the
plug. Insert the attachment into the attachment hub making certain that the square shank of the attachment
is in the square driver of the mixer. Secure the attachment by tightening the thumb screw.
The meat and food chopper attachment must be operated in Speed 3 or lower. If material in the cylinder
stalls the mixer, stop the mixer at once. Do not attempt to restart the mixer in a lower speed-disconnect
electrical power, then remove the adjusting ring, knife, plate, and worm and clear the obstruction. This
attachment must not be used to chop bread crumbs.
Attachment hub must not be used while mixing product.
Close bowl guard/wire cage and raise bowl support to mix position, move the speed select knob to the
desired speed and start the mixer to operate the attachment. If bowl support is lowered off the mix position,
mixer will stop
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BOWL GUARD / WIRE CAGE
Bowl Guard/Wire cage must be in position and closed in order to mix. If Bowl Guard/wire cage is opened
during the mixing, mixer will stop.
REMOVE BOWL GUARD / WIRE CAGE
Lower the bowl support and remove agitator before removing bowl guard/wire cage. Hold wire cage with
both hands and pull downward gently to release from retainer (Fig. 5).
INSTALL BOWL GUARD / WIRE CAGE
Hold Bowl Guard/wire cage with both hands and gently push upward until bowl guard/wire cage is latched
on the retainer and can be rotated freely (Fig. 5).
Fig. 5
CLEANING
Disconnect the electrical power to the mixer before beginning any cleaning
procedures.
The mixer should be thoroughly cleaned daily.
Bowls and agitators should be removed from the mixer and cleaned in a sink.
DO NOT use a hose to clean the mixer — it should be washed with a clean damp cloth.
Clean the bowl guard/wire cage by wiping with a cloth or sponge and warm soapy water.
DO NOT place agitators, attachments or mixer components in a dishwasher for cleaning.
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MIXING BOWL CAPACITY CHART
Capacity of Bowl (Qts. Liquid)
Model
Motor (HP)
Overall Space Required (Bench Space)
Kitchen Materials Capacity Chart (Finished Materials)
Egg Whites (pt.)
Mashed Potatoes (lbs.)
Mayonnaise (Qts. of Oil)
Meringue (Qty. of Water)
Waffl e or Hot Cake Batter (qt.)
Whipped Cream (qt.)
Bake Shop Materials
Cake, Angel Food (8-10 oz. cake) (lb.)
Cake, Box or Slab or Layer (lb.)
Cake, Cup (doz.)
Cake, Pound (lb.)
Cake, Sponge (lb.)
Cookies, Sugar (lbs.)
Dough, Bread or Roll (Lt-Med) 60% AR § (lb.)
Dough, Heavy Bread 55% AR § (lb.)
Dough, Pie (lb.)
Dough, Thin Pizza 40% AR (max mix time 5 min.) §
Dough, Medium Pizza 50% AR §
Dough, Thick Pizza 60% AR §
Dough, Raised Donut 65% AR (lb.)
Dough, Whole Wheat 70% AR
Eggs & Sugar for Sponge Cake (lb.)
Icing, Fondant (lb.)
Icing, Marshmallow (lb.)
Shortening & Sugar, Creamed (lb.)
Pasta, Basic Egg Noodle (max mix time 5 min.) (lb.)
Agitators
Suitable for
Operation
60 Quart
FMS60
3.0
36" W X 46" D X 69"H
D
B
B or D
D
B
D
4 pts.
40 lbs.
18 qts.
3 pts.
24 qts.
12 qts.
B
B
B
B
B
B
ED
ED
B
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
B
B
B
B
ED
45 lbs.
50 lbs.
60
55 lbs.
36 lbs.
40 lbs.
80 lbs. +
60 lbs. **
50 lbs.
40 lbs.**
70 lbs. **
70 lbs. **
30 lbs.
70 lbs. **
24 lbs.
36 lbs.
5 lbs.
48 lbs.
30 lbs.
** 1st Speed + 2nd Speed § If high gluten flour is used, reduce above dough batch size by 10%.
NOTE: % AR (% Absorption Ratio) = Water weight divided by flour weight X 100%. Capacity depends on
moisture content of dough. Above capacity based on 12% flour moisture and 70°F water temperature.
ABBREVIATIONS - AGITATORS SUITABLE FOR OPERATION
B - Flat Beater
D - Wire Whip
ED - Spiral Dough Hook
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AGITATORS AND ACCESSORIES
B Flat BeaterD Wire Whip Spiral Dough Hook Ingredient Chute
Splash Cover
Bowl Truck
MAINTENANCE
Disconnect the electrical power to the machine before beginning any
maintenance procedure.
MOTOR
The motor has sealed ball bearings which require no lubrication maintenance.
BOWL LIFT SLIDEWAYS
The bowl lift slideways (Fig. 6) should be lubricated once each month. Apply a light coat of a "Food
Grade" grease to both sides of the slideways.
Slideway
Fig. 6
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SERVICE AND PARTS INFORMATION
To obtain service and parts information concerning the FMS60, you have two options:
1. You can contact the local Hobart office in your area, or call 1-888-4HOBART. You can also find
the nearest Hobart office by visiting www.hobartservice.com.
2. You can go online to www.berkelequipment.com and click on the SERVICE TAB. Then, simply
enter your zip code and you will be provided with a list of local Hobart and Designated Berkel
Service locations to call for service, parts and technical support.
Berkel Company
PO Box 696
2006 Northwestern Parkway
Louisville, Kentucky 40201
(800) 348-0251
Fax 888-888-2838
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Warranty
Effective: February 14, 2002
Berkel Company (''Berkel") warrants to the Buyer of new equipment that said equipment, when installed in
accordance with our instructions and subjected to normal use, is free from defects in material or workmanship
for a period of one (1) year from the date of sale. 1
BERKEL SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Berkel's obligation and liability under this warranty is expressly limited to repairing or replacing equipment
that proves to be defective in material or workmanship within the applicable warranty period. Berkel or a
Designated Berkel Service Location will perform all repairs pursuant to this warranty. Berkel expressly
excludes responsibility for incidental or consequential damages to buyer or any third party, including,
without limitation, damages arising from personal injuries, lost profits, loss of business opportunity, loss
of property, economic losses, or statutory or exemplary damages, whether in negligence, warranty, strict
liability or otherwise.
This warranty does not apply to: periodic maintenance of equipment including but not limited to lubrication,
replacement of worn blades, knives, stones, knobs, accessories, and miscellaneous expendable supply
items, and other adjustments required due to installation set-up or normal wear.
These warranties are given only to the first purchaser from a Berkel Authorized Channel of Distribution.
No warranty is given to subsequent transferees.
The foregoing warranty provisions are a complete and exclusive statement of the warranty between the
buyer and seller. Berkel neither assumes nor authorizes any persons to assume any other obligation or
liability connection with said equipment. This warranty supersedes any and all prior warranties to the
subject hereof.
1 Model
180 slicers carry a 90 day warranty.
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