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Belshaw Brothers 10-Tray Operator`s manual
Roto Cooler
T, T-ST & T-IFT
Operator’s Manual
Belshaw Bros., Inc.
814 44th Street NW, Suite 103
Auburn, WA 98001 USA
Phone: 206-322-5474 • Fax: 206-322-5425
E-mail: service@belshaw.com • http://www.belshaw.com
If you accept the machine from the shipping
company, you are, in effect, saying that the
machine is in good condition, and you must
pay for the machine. Belshaw cannot pay for
shipping damage, because the freight company
has accepted the machine from Belshaw in good
condition, and is responsible for its safe delivery.
For your protection, inspect the machine to see
that no parts are bent, scratched, or otherwise
damaged. If any damage has occurred in
shipping, file a freight claim with the shipping
company immediately.
EQUIPMENT RECORD
Please provide the information below when you correspond with us about your machine.
Purchased by _____________________________________________________________________
Installed by ______________________________________________________________________
Date of Installation ________________________________________________________________
Model number ___________________________________________________________________
Serial number
011608
MN-1787EN
Belshaw Bros., Inc.
814 44th Street NW, Suite 103
Auburn, WA 98001 USA
Phone: 206-322-5474 • Fax: 206-322-5425
E-mail: service@belshaw.com • http://www.belshaw.com
Contents
Roto Cooler
1
Roto Cooler & Sugaring Tray
3
Roto Cooler & IFT
4
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Roto Cooler
SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions
Dia.=24”/61 cm
Shipping
Weight
16 lb/7.3 kg
H=6-5/8”/17 cm
Electrical Data Construction
120 V
1 Phase
50 or 60 Hz
The Roto Cooler is designed to collect and cool
donuts as they exit Belshaw Donut Robots. It is
not designed to be used with any other machines
or to perform any other functions.
The operator must work safely at all times and
read this manual and follow its instructions and
warnings. A thorough understanding of how to
install and safely operate the Roto Cooler will
prevent production delays and injuries.
To use the Roto Cooler safely, heed the
following warnings and all other warnings that
appear in this manual:
•
•
To avoid electrocution or other injury,
unplug the machine before attempting
any adjustment, repair, disassembly, or
cleaning.
To avoid damaging the machine, never
use force to assemble, disassemble,
operate, clean, or maintain it.
Basket: High-density
polyethylene. Base:
Spun, polished,
heavy-gauge
aluminum.
Standard
Equipment
Basket and turntable
base with power cord
and motor.
•
Be careful never to get shortening,
water, or other materials on the floor. If
anything does get spilled on the floor,
mop it up immediately. Materials on the
floor can cause people to slip or fall,
resulting in serious injury or loss of life.
•
To prevent unintentional startup and
possible fire, unplug the machine if there
is a local power outage. When the
power is restored, it is safe to plug the
machine in again.
•
To avoid electrocution, make sure that
all electrical cords are not frayed or
cracked and that they do not pass
through any water or shortening.
•
Make sure that all electrical cords are
routed so that no one will trip over them.
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7.
Put the tray back on the base.
Figure 1. Roto Cooler.
Operation
1.
Turn on the Roto Cooler. It will rotate and
receive donuts. Remove cooled donuts from
the Roto Cooler as needed.
2.
When you are finished using the Roto
Cooler, turn it off and unplug it.
Cleaning
1.
Make sure the Donut Robot is disconnected
from the power source.
2.
Remove the tray from the base.
3.
Clean the tray using soap and water and a
non-abrasive cloth or scrubber.
4.
Rinse the tray with clear water.
5.
Dry the tray.
6.
If desired, wipe the Roto Cooler base with a
damp cloth.
WARNING
To avoid electrocuting yourself or
damaging the machine, never submerge the
base of the Roto Cooler.
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Roto Cooler & Sugaring Tray
SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions
Dia.=17-1/4”
(44 cm)
Shipping
Weight
16 lb (7.3 kg)
H=6-5/8”
(17 cm)
Electrical Data Construction
120 V
Spun, polished,
heavy-gauge
aluminum.
1 Phase
Standard
Equipment
Power turntable with
sugar tray.
50 Hz
1.
Put sugar, powdered sugar, or cinnamonsugar in the tray.
2.
Place the Sugaring Tray and Roto Cooler
base near the outfeed end of the Donut
Robot so donuts will fall into the tray.
3.
Connect the Roto Cooler power cord to the
120 V outlet on back of the Donut Robot’s
heater head.
4.
Turn on the Roto Cooler base. The Sugaring
Tray will rotate and receive donuts.
5.
Coat the donuts with the topping in the tray.
6.
Figure 1. Sugaring Tray and Roto Cooler.
When you are finished using the Sugaring
Tray, turn off and unplug the Roto Cooler
base.
The Roto Cooler base makes the Sugaring Tray
rotate. The Roto Cooler base is meant to be used
on a flat, stationary table or countertop.
WARNING
The Sugaring Tray, which mounts on the Roto
Cooler, is designed to catch donuts as they drop
from the outfeed end of the Donut Robot, and to
hold toppings in which donuts can be dipped.
The operator is expected to read and follow these
instructions.
To avoid electrocuting yourself or
damaging the machine, never submerge
the base of the Roto Cooler.
7.
Clean the Sugaring Tray using soap and
water and a non-abrasive cloth or scrubber.
To use the Sugaring Tray and Roto Cooler base:
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Roto Cooler & IFT
SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions
Dia.=24”/61 cm
H=32”/81 cm
Shipping
Weight
28 lb/
12.7 kg
Electrical
Data
120 V
1 Phase
50 Hz
Construction
Standard Equipment
Trays: Heavy-gauge
aluminum. Basket: Highdensity polyethylene.
Base: Spun, polished,
heavy-gauge aluminum.
Power turntable and four
trays, three of which have
dividers.
To use the Roto Cooler and the Icing Finishing
Tree:
1.
Attach the Icing Finishing Tree to the Roto
Cooler. Fill the metal trays with toppings.
2.
Install and operate the Roto Cooler as
explained in the previous section.
3.
Decorate the donuts with the toppings in the
trays.
4.
When you are finished using the Roto
Cooler and the Icing Finishing Tree, turn off
the Roto Cooler and unplug it.
WARNING
Icing Finishing Tree and Roto Cooler.
The Roto Cooler is designed to catch and cool
donuts as they drop from the outfeed end of the
Donut Robot. The Roto Cooler is meant to be
used on a flat, stationary table or countertop.
To avoid electrocuting yourself or
damaging the machine, never submerge the
base of the Roto Cooler.
5.
Clean the trays of the Roto Cooler and the
Icing Finishing Tree using soap and water
and a non-abrasive cloth or scrubber.
The Icing Finishing Tree is designed to hold
toppings in which donuts can be dipped. The
operator is expected to read and follow these
instructions.
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Roto Cooler
T, T-ST & T-IFT
Technical Supplement
Belshaw Bros., Inc.
814 44th Street NW, Suite 103
Auburn, WA 98001 USA
Phone: 206-322-5474 • Fax: 206-322-5425
E-mail: service@belshaw.com • http://www.belshaw.com
If you accept the machine from the shipping
company, you are, in effect, saying that the
machine is in good condition, and you must
pay for the machine. Belshaw cannot pay for
shipping damage, because the freight company
has accepted the machine from Belshaw in good
condition, and is responsible for its safe delivery.
For your protection, inspect the machine to see
that no parts are bent, scratched, or otherwise
damaged. If any damage has occurred in
shipping, file a freight claim with the shipping
company immediately.
EQUIPMENT RECORD
Please provide the information below when you correspond with us about your machine.
Purchased by _____________________________________________________________________
Installed by ______________________________________________________________________
Date of Installation ________________________________________________________________
Model number ___________________________________________________________________
Serial number
011608
MN-1786EN
Belshaw Bros., Inc.
814 44th Street NW, Suite 103
Auburn, WA 98001 USA
Phone: 206-322-5474 • Fax: 206-322-5425
E-mail: service@belshaw.com • http://www.belshaw.com
Contents
Roto Cooler
1
Roto Cooler & Sugaring Tray
3
Roto Cooler & IFT
4
Parts Figures
5
Appendix
9
Parts List Drawing Insert
Insert
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Roto Cooler
SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions
Dia.=24”/61 cm
Shipping
Weight
16 lb/7.3 kg
H=6-5/8”/17 cm
Electrical Data Construction
120 V
1 Phase
50 or 60 Hz
The Roto Cooler is designed to collect and cool
donuts as they exit Belshaw Donut Robots. It is
not designed to be used with any other machines
or to perform any other functions.
The operator must work safely at all times and
read this manual and follow its instructions and
warnings. A thorough understanding of how to
install and safely operate the Roto Cooler will
prevent production delays and injuries.
To use the Roto Cooler safely, heed the
following warnings and all other warnings that
appear in this manual:
•
•
To avoid electrocution or other injury,
unplug the machine before attempting
any adjustment, repair, disassembly, or
cleaning.
To avoid damaging the machine, never
use force to assemble, disassemble,
operate, clean, or maintain it.
Basket: High-density
polyethylene. Base:
Spun, polished,
heavy-gauge
aluminum.
Standard
Equipment
Basket and turntable
base with power cord
and motor.
•
Be careful never to get shortening,
water, or other materials on the floor. If
anything does get spilled on the floor,
mop it up immediately. Materials on the
floor can cause people to slip or fall,
resulting in serious injury or loss of life.
•
To prevent unintentional startup and
possible fire, unplug the machine if there
is a local power outage. When the
power is restored, it is safe to plug the
machine in again.
•
To avoid electrocution, make sure that
all electrical cords are not frayed or
cracked and that they do not pass
through any water or shortening.
•
Make sure that all electrical cords are
routed so that no one will trip over them.
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CAUTION
If you perform repairs yourself or have
them performed by anyone other than a
service technician authorized by Belshaw
Bros., you do so at your own risk.
If your dealer or another local, qualified
technician cannot provide service for your
machine, Belshaw can provide factory service.
First call us for a return goods authorization.
Then send your machine to us, freight prepaid,
with your instructions for service, your phone
number, and the name of the person for us to
contact when we have made a cost estimate. In
most cases, the machine can be shipped back,
freight collect, within five business days.
Figure 1. Roto Cooler.
Installation
To avoid down time, call us to see whether we
have a machine we can loan to you while your
machine is being serviced.
1.
Ship machines in need of servicing to:
2.
Place the Roto Cooler on a flat, stationary
table or countertop, near the outfeed end of
the Donut Robot. It must be positioned so
donuts will fall into it.
Connect the Roto Cooler power cord to the
120 V outlet on back of the Donut Robot’s
heater head.
Troubleshooting
If you encounter a problem with your Roto
Cooler that you cannot solve, call your dealer or
another qualified technician.
Belshaw Bros., Inc.
814 44th Street NW, Suite 103
Auburn, WA 98001 USA
WARNING
Disconnect the machine from the power
source before disassembling, repairing, or
wiring.
If your dealer cannot help you, please call
Belshaw. To do so, first dial the appropriate
international access code, then 1-206-322-5474
(United States). When you call, please specify
the following:
•
The model name of the machine.
•
The serial number of the machine.
•
The voltage, phase, and cycle of the
machine.
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Roto Cooler & Sugaring Tray
SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions
Dia.=17-1/4”
(44 cm)
Shipping
Weight
16 lb (7.3 kg)
H=6-5/8”
(17 cm)
Electrical Data Construction
120 V
Spun, polished,
heavy-gauge
aluminum.
1 Phase
Standard
Equipment
Power turntable with
sugar tray.
50 Hz
Robot, and to hold toppings in which donuts
can be dipped.
WARNING
To avoid electrocuting yourself or
damaging the machine, never submerge
the base of the Roto Cooler.
7.
Clean the Sugaring Tray using soap and
water and a non-abrasive cloth or scrubber.
Figure 1. Sugaring Tray and Roto Cooler.
The Roto Cooler base makes the Sugaring Tray
rotate. It produces less than 70 dB(A) of
equivalent continuous A-weighted sound
pressure at work stations. This has been
determined while running the machine, using a
Bruel & Kjaer sound level meter, type 2236.
The Roto Cooler base is meant to be used on a
flat, stationary table or countertop.
The Sugaring Tray, which mounts on the Roto
Cooler, is designed to catch donuts as they
drop from the outfeed end of the Donut
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Roto Cooler & IFT
SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions
Dia.=24”/61 cm
H=32”/81 cm
Shipping
Weight
28 lb/
12.7 kg
Electrical
Data
120 V
1 Phase
50 Hz
Construction
Standard Equipment
Trays: Heavy-gauge
aluminum. Basket: Highdensity polyethylene.
Base: Spun, polished,
heavy-gauge aluminum.
Power turntable and four
trays, three of which have
dividers.
The Roto Cooler is meant to be used on a flat,
stationary table or countertop.
The Icing Finishing Tree is designed to hold
toppings in which donuts can be dipped. The
operator is expected to read and follow these
instructions.
WARNING
To avoid electrocuting yourself or
damaging the machine, never submerge the
base of the Roto Cooler.
Icing Finishing Tree and Roto Cooler.
The Roto Cooler is designed to catch and cool
donuts as they drop from the outfeed end of the
Donut Robot. It produces less than 70 dB(A) of
equivalent continuous A-weighted sound
pressure at work stations. This has been
determined while running the machine, using a
Bruel & Kjaer sound level meter, type 2236.
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Parts Figures
On the following pages are parts figures for the
Roto Cooler, Roto Cooler – Sugaring Tray, and
Roto-Cooler – Icing Finishing Tree. These can
help you service the machine and order
replacement parts.
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FIGURE 1. ROTO COOLER MAIN ASSEMBLY.
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FIGURE 2. ROTO COOLER & SUGARING TRAY MAIN ASSEMBLY.
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FIGURE 3. ROTO COOLER & ICING FINISHING TREE MAIN ASSEMBLY.
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Appendix
See Parts List Drawing Insert
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