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Waldorf FNL8130G Specifications
Installation and Operation Manual
‘Fast-Fri’ Gas Fryer
FN8120G
FNL8120G
FN8226G
FNL8226G
FN8130G
FNL8130G
Date Purchased
Serial Number
Dealer
Service Provider
For use in GB
228573-20
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Contents
FN(L)8120G
FN(L)8226G
FN(L)8130G
‘FAST FRI’ GAS FRYER (Single Tank - 20 Ltr)
‘FAST FRI’ GAS FRYER (Twin Tank - 26 Ltr)
‘FAST FRI’ GAS FRYER (Single Tank - 31 Ltr)
Introduction ............................................................................................ 2
Specifications .......................................................................................... 3
Model Numbers Covered in this Specification
Gas Supply Requirements
Dimensions ............................................................................................... 4
Installation ............................................................................................... 5
Installation Requirements
Unpacking
Location
Clearances
Assembly
Fitting Rear Rollers
Gas Connection
Commissioning
Operation ................................................................................................ 10
Operation Guide
Description of Controls
Filling the Tank(s)
Lighting Pilot Burners
Lighting Main Burners
Setting the Operating Temperature
Turning ‘OFF’ the Fryer
Cleaning and Maintenance ..................................................................... 14
General
Draining and Daily Cleaning
Weekly Cleaning
Periodic Maintenance
Fault Finding ........................................................................................... 17
Guide to Cooking Problems with the Fryer
Fault Finding the Gas System
Wiring Schematics .................................................................................. 20
Gas Conversion and Specifications ........................................................ 22
Conversion Procedure
Gas Specifications
Replacement Parts List .......................................................................... 25
Introduction
We are confident that you will be delighted with your Waldorf 'Fast Fri' Gas Fryer, and it will become a
most valued appliance in your commercial kitchen.
To ensure you receive the utmost benefit from your new Waldorf 'Fast Fri' Gas Fryer, there are two
important things you can do:Firstly:
Please read the instruction book carefully and follow the directions given. The time taken will be well
spent.
Secondly:
If you are unsure of any aspect of the installation, instructions or performance of your appliance,
contact your WALDORF dealer promptly. In many cases a phone call could answer your question.
CE Only:
These instructions are only valid if the country code appears on the appliance. If code does not appear
on appliance, refer to supplier of this appliance to obtain technical instructions for adapting appliance to
conditions for use in that country.
Warning
IMPROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT, ALTERATION, SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE CAN CAUSE PROPERTY
DAMAGE, INJURY OR DEATH. READ THE INSTALLATION, OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
THOROUGHLY BEFORE INSTALLING OR SERVICING THIS APPLIANCE.
Warning
INSTRUCTIONS TO BE FOLLOWED IN THE EVENT THE USER SMELLS GAS ARE TO BE POSTED IN A PROMINENT
LOCATION. THIS INFORMATION SHALL BE OBTAINED BY CONSULTING THE LOCAL GAS SUPPLIER.
Warning
GREAT
CARE MUST BE TAKEN BY THE OPERATOR TO USE THE EQUIPMENT SAFELY TO GUARD IT AGAINST RISK
OF FIRE.




THE APPLIANCE MUST NOT BE LEFT ON UNATTENDED.
IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT A REGULAR INSPECTION
IS MADE BY A COMPETENT SERVICE PERSON TO
ENSURE CORRECT AND SAFE OPERATION OF YOUR APPLIANCE IS MAINTAINED.
DO NOT
STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPOURS OR LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF
THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.
DO NOT SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS APPLIANCE WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION.
Caution
 This appliance is for professional use and is only to be used by qualified
persons.
 Only authorised service persons are to carry out installation, servicing or gas
conversion operations.
 Components
having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed)
manufacturer should not be adjusted by the user / operator.
 DO NOT operate the appliance without the legs supplied fitted.
2
by
the
Specifications
Model Numbers Covered in this Specification
FN[1]8120G
FN[1]8226G
FN[1]8130G
NOTE:
[1]:
‘FAST FRI’ GAS FRYER (Single Tank - 20 Ltr)
‘FAST FRI’ GAS FRYER (Twin Tank - 26 Ltr)
‘FAST FRI’ GAS FRYER (Single Tank - 31 Ltr)
L
- Standard Back Models.
- Low Back Models.
Gas Supply Requirements
- Non CE Only (Australia / New Zealand):
Input Rating
(N.H.G.C.)
Supply Pressure
Burner Operating Pressure
Natural Gas
LP Gas (Propane)
90MJ/hr
(85,300Btu/hr)
(85,300Btu/hr)
1.13 - 2.00kPa
2.75 - 3.00kPa
(4.5” - 8.0” w.c.)
(11” - 12” w.c.)
90MJ/hr
0.98kPa (*)
2.50kPa (*)
(3.9” w.c.)
(10.0” w.c.)
Gas Connection
¾” BSP Male
- CE Only:
Heat Input (nett)
Gas Rate
Supply Pressure
Burner Operating Pressure
Natural Gas (G20)
Propane (G31)
22.5kW
22.5kW
3
2.26 m /hr
1.75kg/hr
20mbar
37mbar
9.8mbar (*)
25mbar (*)
3
Gas Connection
/4” BSP Male
NOTE: (*) Measure burner operating pressure at Lower Test Point (Out) on gas control valve with
both burners operating at the 'High Flame' setting. Refer to ‘Gas Conversion and
Specification’ Section for further details.
3
Dimensions
FN(L)8120G / FN(L)8226G - GAS FRYERS
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
FN(L)8226G
Twin Tank
FN(L)8120G
Single Tank
1.
Primary Gas Entry Point.
2.
Optional Gas Entry Point.
FN(L)8130G - GAS FRYER
1
2
1
2
2
1
FN(L)8130G
Single Tank
1.
Primary Gas Entry Point.
2.
Optional Gas Entry Point.
4
Installation
Installation Requirements
NOTE:


It is most important that this appliance is installed correctly and that operation is
correct before use. Installation shall comply with local, gas, health and safety
requirements.
This appliance shall be installed with sufficient ventilation to prevent occurrence of
unacceptable concentrations of health harmful substances in room, the appliance is
installed in.
Waldorf ‘FAST FRI’ Gas Fryers are designed to provide years of satisfactory service and correct installation
is essential to achieve the best performance, efficiency and trouble-free operation.
This appliance must be installed in accordance with National installation codes and in addition, in
accordance with relevant National / Local codes covering gas and fire safety.
Australia / New Zealand:
United Kingdom:
Ireland:
AS 5601.1
- Gas Installations.
Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998.
IS 820
- Non Domestic Gas Installations.
Installations must be carried out by qualified service persons only. Failure to install
equipment to relevant codes and manufacturer’s specifications shown in this section will void
the warranty.
Components having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed) by manufacturer, are only to be
adjusted by an authorised service agent. They are not to be adjusted by the installation
person.
Unpacking
 Remove all packaging and transit protection from appliance including all protective plastic coating
from door outer panel and exterior stainless steel panels.
 Check equipment and parts for damage. Report any damage immediately to carrier and distributor.
 Report any deficiencies to distributor who supplied appliance.
 Check available gas supply is correct to that shown on rating plate located on inside of access door.
 Check the following parts have been supplied with appliance:
Baskets
Basket Trays
Lid
Drain Stick
`
FN8120G
2
1
1
1
FN8226G
2
2
1
1
FN8130G
3
1
1
1
Location
1.
2.
This appliance must be installed in a suitably ventilated room to prevent dangerous build up of
combustion products.
Installation must allow for a sufficient flow of fresh air for combustion air supply. Combustion air
requirements:Combustion Air Requirements
All Gas Types
3.
4.
24 m³/hr minimum.
Position appliance in its approximate working position.
All air for burner combustion is supplied from beneath the appliance. Legs must always be fitted
and no obstructions placed beneath or around the base of the appliance, as obstructions will cause
incorrect operation and / or failure of appliance.
NOTE: Do not obstruct or block the appliances flue. Never directly connect a ventilation system to
the appliance flue outlet.
5
Installation
Clearances
NOTE:
 Only non-combustible materials can be used in close proximity to this appliance.
 To facilitate easy operation, drainage and servicing of appliance, a minimum of
600mm clearance should be maintained at front of appliance.
Any gas burning appliance requires adequate clearance and ventilation for optimum and trouble-free
operation. The following minimum installation clearances are to be adhered to:
Combustible Surface
Non Combustible Surface
Left / Right hand side.
50mm.
0mm.
Rear.
50mm.
0mm.
Assembly
This model is delivered completely assembled. Ensure that legs are securely attached.
NOTE:
 This appliance is fitted with adjustable feet to enable it to be positioned securely and
level on uneven floors. This should be carried out on completion of gas connection.
Refer to 'Gas Connection' on the following pages.
 This appliance can also be fitted with rear rollers to enable appliance to be easily
moved for positioning and cleaning purposes. If desired, these rollers are supplied in
the packaging, with the appliance. See overleaf for fitting instructions.
Optional Accessories (Refer to Replacement Parts List)
 Plinth Kit. For installation details, refer to instructions supplied with each kit.
6
Installation
Fitting Rear Rollers.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Raise appliance from floor by approx. 75mm
using suitable lifting equipment (i.e. Palletiser /
Forklift) to allow rear adjustable feet to be
removed.
Unscrew and remove both rear adjustable feet
from rear leg housings.
Fit rear roller to rear leg housing and align
screw hole in side of rear leg housing with
threaded hole in rear roller.
Secure rear roller to leg support with bolt
supplied and tighten bolt.
Fit second roller and tighten.
Lower appliance back to floor and adjust front
adjustable feet to level appliance.
Appliance
Base
Fig 1
Rear Leg
Housing
Roller
Locating Bolt
Adjustable
Foot
7
Rear Roller
Assy
Installation
Gas Connection
NOTE: ALL GAS FITTING MUST ONLY BE CARRIED OUT BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON.
Flexible Hose Connection
If a Gas Hose assembly is used to connect this appliance, hose and all fittings must have a minimum
¾” (Natural Gas) or ½” (LPG) inside bore diameter to ensure gas flow rate capacity required by this
appliance is achieved.
This must be verified by operating pressure testing at maximum gas supply demand condition.
Gas Hose assembly should also be classified for use in commercial kitchen conditions that appliance
will be used in.
Recommended Gas Hose Assembly Specification:
- AS/NZS 1869 Class B or D compliant or equivalent, that meets the following requirements:-
1.
Class
Max Working Pressure
at 23 ± 2ºC
B
7.0 kPa
D
2.6 MPa
Working Temperature
Range
Resistance to Oil
- 20ºC to + 125ºC
Oil resistant lining and cover.
Waldorf FN8120G / FN8226G / FN8130G Fryers do not require an electrical connection, they function
totally on gas supply only.
NOTE: ALL GAS FITTING MUST ONLY BE CARRIED OUT BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON.
2.
It is essential that gas supply is correct for appliance to be installed and that adequate supply
pressure and volume are available. The following checks should be made before installation:a. Gas Type the appliance has been supplied for is shown on a
coloured sticker located above the gas entry point and next to
the rating plate. Check that this is correct for gas supply the
appliance is being installed for. Gas conversion procedure is
shown in this manual.
b. Supply Pressure required for this appliance is shown in
Rating Plate
Location
Specifications section of this manual. Check gas supply to
ensure that adequate supply pressure exists.
c. Input Rate of this appliance is shown on Rating Plate fitted to
inside of access door and in Specifications section of this
manual. Input rate should be checked against available gas
supply line capacity. Particular note should be taken if the
appliance is being added to an existing installation.
Fig 2
NOTE: It is important that adequately sized piping runs directly to the connection joint on the
appliance, with as few tees and elbows as possible to give maximum supply volume.
3.
A suitable joining compound which resists the breakdown action of LPG must be used on every gas
line connection, unless compression fittings are used.
Connection to appliance is 3/4” BSP male.
NOTE: A Manual Isolation Valve must be fitted to individual appliance supply line.
4.
5.
6.
Correctly locate the appliance into its final operating position and, using a spirit level, adjust legs so
that unit is level and at the correct height.
Connect gas supply to the appliance.
Check all gas connections for leakages using soapy water or other gas detecting equipment.
Warning
DO NOT USE A NAKED FLAME
8
TO CHECK FOR GAS LEAKAGES.
Installation
7.
Check gas supply pressure is as shown in Specifications section, Gas Supply Requirements table.
NOTE: Measure supply pressure at upper test point (Supply Pressure) on gas control valve.
8.
9.
10.
Light Pilot Burners. Refer to Operation section, Lighting Pilot Burners.
Check pilot flame size. Re-adjust if required, using pilot adjusting screw (See Fig 3 below), and as
shown in Gas Conversion and Specifications section, Pilot Burner Flame Adjustment.
Light Main Burners. Refer to Operation section, Lighting Main Burners.
Caution
Ensure the fryer tank(s) is are filled with either water or oil prior to starting
Main Burners otherwise damage may be caused to fryer tank(s).
11.
12.
Verify supply pressure is still correct.
Check Main Burner operating pressure (Adjust, using
Operating Pressure Adjusting Screw on Gas
Control Valve, see Fig 3), and as shown in Gas
Conversion and Specifications section, Main
Burner Operating Pressure Adjustment.
NOTE: Insufficient gas supply line capacity, indicated
by operating pressure drop during maximum
gas supply demand, is NOT ACCEPTABLE
and may invalidate manufacturers warranty
for this appliance.
Supply Pressure
Test Point
Operating Pressure
Adjusting Screw
Pilot Burner
Adjusting Screw
Operating Pressure
Test Point
Fig 3
Commissioning
Carry out the following commissioning checks before handing over the fryer for use, to ensure
that fryer operates correctly and operator(s) understand correct operating procedure.
1.
Before leaving the new installation;
a. Check the following functions in accordance with operating instructions specified in Operation
section of this manual.
 Light the Pilot Burners.
 Light the Main Burners.
 Check the Thermostat Operation (refer to Operation section of this manual).
b. Thermostat operation check should be carried out by filling fryer with oil / shortening to oil FILL
LEVEL mark at rear of tank (refer to Filling the Tank in Operation Section of Manual) and
setting thermostat to 180°C. Light pilot burners and turn On main burners in accordance with
Operation Instructions in this manual.
c. Once oil is up to temperature, check thermostat calibration. If a discrepancy is found, thermostat
calibration should be referred to the supplier.
d. Ensure each operator has been instructed in areas of correct lighting, operation, and shutdown
procedures for appliance.
Initial Start-Up
a. For first time use of fryer, prior to using fryer for cooking product, fill fryer tank with oil and
operate for about 1 hour at Full Flame setting to remove any fumes or odours which may be
present from the new appliance.
b. Refer to the Operation Section of this manual for details on how to operate the fryer.
2.
This manual must be kept by the owner for future reference and a record of Date of Purchase,
Date of Installation and Serial Number of Unit recorded and kept with this manual. (These
details can be found on Rating Plate attached to rear of access door. Refer to Figure 2 in
'Gas Connection' section).
NOTE: If for some reason it is not possible to get appliance to operate correctly, shut Off gas
supply and contact supplier of this unit.
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Operation
Operation Guide
Warning
GREAT
CARE MUST BE TAKEN BY OPERATOR, TO USE THE
INJURY AND FIRE.







FRYER
SAFELY, TO GUARD AGAINST RISK OF
DO NOT LEAVE FRYER UN-ATTENDED DURING OPERATION.
DO NOT REPLENISH THE OIL (FRYING MEDIUM) IN THE FRYER WHEN THE FRYER IS HOT.
DO NOT OVER FILL THE OIL (FRYING MEDIUM) IN THE FRYER ABOVE THE TOP LEVEL MARK.
DO NOT ALLOW THE OIL (FRYING MEDIUM) IN THE FRYER TO FALL BELOW THE LOWER LEVEL MARK.
DO NOT ALLOW THE OIL (FRYING MEDIUM) IN THE FRYER TO OVERHEAT.
DO NOT INTRODUCE WET FOOD OR WATER INTO THE HOT OIL (FRYING MEDIUM).
DO NOT USE FLAMMIBLE SOLVENTS AND CLEANING AIDS ON OR IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE FRYER
WHILST THE FRYER IS STILL HOT.
Caution
 This appliance is for professional use and is only to be used by qualified
persons.
 Only authorised service persons are to carry out installation, servicing or gas
conversion operations.
 Components
having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed)
manufacturer should not be adjusted by the user / operator.
by
the
Description of Controls
- (FN8120G Illustrated)
Thermostat Control Knob
(adjustable from 145°C to 195°C
Flame Failure Button
(Single Tank Models Only)
Gas Control Valve
•
OFF Position
PILOT Burner
HIGH Flame
Fig 4
Piezo Igniter
10
Operation
Filling the Tank(s)
Warning
Warning
IS BELOW
DANGER OF FIRE EXISTS IF THE OIL LEVEL
THE MINIMUM
'LO' INDICATED
LEVEL.
CORRECT LEVEL FOR FRYING MEDIUM
WHEN AT FRYING TEMPERATURE.
INDICATES CORRECT FRYING MEDIUM
LEVEL WHEN COLD
Fig 5
NOTE: WALDORF 'FAST-FRI' fryers can be used with both oil and shortening.
1.
Before filling the tank, always check that the drain valve(s) behind the access door is (are) closed.
A locking slide is provided on these valves, this should always be locked in position during use.
OIL - Carefully fill the fryer tank(s) with oil to the lower ‘FILL LEVEL’ mark shown at the rear of the tank.
Set the thermostat to the required operating temperature, the oil will expand as heated and will
reach the upper level marked when the oil is hot (180 - 190°C).
 FN8120G fryer will hold 20 litres of oil.
 FN8226G fryer will hold 13 litres of oil per tank.
 FN8130G fryer will hold 31 litres of oil.
SHORTENING - Ideally shortening should be pre-melted prior to putting it into the tank. This is normally
done in a suitable vessel on a boiling table burner(s). The liquefied shortening can then be poured
into the tank until it reaches the 'FILL LEVEL' mark.
 FN8120G fryer will hold 37 lbs shortening.
 FN8226G fryer will hold 24 lbs shortening per tank.
 FN8130G fryer will hold 46.5 lbs shortening.
Pre-Heating
NOTE: When pre-melting shortening, only heat the shortening until it is just liquefied. Do not bring
the shortening up to high temperature as handling of hot shortening is dangerous.
 If pre-melting of shortening is not possible, carefully cut the shortening in to small pieces and
pack into the tank.
 Light main burners and manually cycle burners On/Off until shortening has liquefied. Ideally
main burners should be cycled On for 5 seconds and Off for 10 seconds. Repeat the cycle until
all the shortening is melted. Following this procedure should allow shortening to liquefy
gradually without scorching. Once shortening has liquefied, it can be brought up to fryer
operating temperature.
 To speed up this process, break up the shortening and stir carefully during the melting process.
Add more shortening until the tank is filled to the level marked on the tank side. Refer to Fig 5
above.
NOTE: Running burners continuously will cause shortening in contact with the tank to overheat,
resulting in premature oil breakdown. Never allow shortening to smoke while melting as
this indicates that the temperature is too high. If shortening starts smoking, increase main
burner 'Off' intervals.
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Operation
Flame Failure
Button
Lighting Pilot Burners
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
FN8120 Fryer (Single Tank)
Rotate gas control knob to Pilot position and hold knob
depressed.
At the same time hold flame failure button depressed.
Depress piezo igniter until right hand pilot ignites.
Hold gas control knob and flame failure button depressed
for approx. 10 to 15 seconds after igniting pilot burner,
then release, both pilot burners should remain alight.
If pilot burners do not ignite, repeat Items 1 to 4 above.
FN8130 Fryer (Single Tank)
Rotate gas control knob to Pilot position and hold knob
depressed.
At the same time hold flame failure button depressed.
Depress right and left hand piezo igniters until right and
left hand pilots ignite.
Hold gas control knob and flame failure button depressed
for approx. 10 to 15 seconds after igniting both pilot
burners, both pilot burners should remain alight.
If pilot burners do not ignite, repeat Items 1 to 4 above.
FN8226 Fryer (Twin Tank)
Rotate gas control knob to the position marked 'PILOT'
and hold depressed.
Depress the piezo igniter until pilot ignites.
Continue holding the gas control knob depressed for
approx. 10 to 15 seconds after igniting pilot burner, pilot
burner should remain alight.
If pilot burner does not ignite, repeat Items 1 to 3 above.
To ignite the second pilot burner, repeat Items 1 to 3
above with the second gas control valve.
Gas Control
Valve
Piezo Igniter
Fig 6
Flame Failure
Valve
Gas Control Valve
Left & Right
Piezo Igniters
Fig 7
Only Right Hand Valve Shown
Gas Control
Valve
Piezo Igniter
Fig 8
Lighting Main Burners
1.
2.
3.
Ensure that pilot burners are alight.
Depress and rotate gas control knob to Full Flame position.
Main burners will ignite automatically off pilot burners.
Fig 9
NOTE:
 If main burners are turned ‘On’ immediately after pilot burners are lit, a delay of
approximately 30 seconds will occur until the thermopile (which provides power to
open the main valve) has heated up from the pilot burners.
 Main burners will not light if frying medium temperature is above thermostat set
temperature.
 Turning gas control knob from pilot to main burner position will allow manual cycling
of burners ‘On’ and ‘Off’ when melting shortening.
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Operation
Setting the Operating Temperature
1.
2.
3.
Rotate thermostat to the required temperature.
Temperature can be set from 145°C to 195°C, although we do
not recommend any food to be cooked above 190°C.
Main burners will operate automatically to maintain this
temperature.
Fig 10
NOTE: As a safety precaution all WALDORF 'FAST-FRI' Fryers feature an Over-Heat Control, which
will ‘Turn Off’ the fryer should there be a thermostat failure and the oil temperature reaches
over 220°C.
Turning ‘OFF’ the Fryer
To the ‘Pilot’ Position
a. Depress and rotate the gas control valve clockwise to the ‘Pilot’ position.
b. The main burners will extinguish and the ‘Pilot’ will remain alight.
To the ‘Off’ Position
a. Depress and rotate the gas control valve fully clockwise to the ‘Off’ position.
b. The ‘Pilot’ burners will extinguish.
IMPORTANT:
Should any abnormal operation like;
- ignition problems,
- abnormal burner flame,
- burner control problems,
- partial or full loss of burner flame in normal operation,
If any of the above problems are noticed, the appliance requires IMMEDIATE service by a qualified
service person and should not be used until a service is carried out.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
General
Warning
DO NOT USE FLAMMIBLE
FRYER IS STILL HOT.
SOLVENTS AND CLEANING AIDS ON OR IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO
FRYER
WHILST
Caution
Always turn ‘Off’ gas supply before cleaning.
This appliance is not water proof.
Do not use water jet spray to clean interior or exterior of this appliance.
 To achieve the best results, cleaning must be regular and thorough and all controls and mechanical
parts checked and adjusted periodically by a qualified service person. If any small faults occur, have
them attended to promptly.
 Don't wait until they cause a complete breakdown. It is recommended that the appliance is serviced
every 6 months.
 Clean the fryer regularly. A clean fryer looks better, will last longer and will perform better.
NOTE:
 DO NOT use abrasive detergents, sharp scrapers, strong solvents or caustic
detergents as they could corrode or damage the fryer.
 Ensure that any detergent or cleaning material has been completely removed after
each cleaning.
To keep your fryer clean and operating at peak efficiency, follow the procedures below:Draining and Daily Cleaning
1.
At end of each day or at end of each shift, if frying schedule is heavy, frying medium should be
drained and filtered into a receptacle.
Warning
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO MOVE FRYER WHILST FRYER IS FULL OF OIL.
BEFORE
ATTEMPTING TO MOVE
FRYER,
ENSURE THAT ALL THE OIL HAS BEEN DRAINED FROM THE TANK.
TO INFORMATION ON PREVIOUS PAGE, ON HOW TO DRAIN THE OIL FROM THE FRYER.
REFER
Caution
Never drain the fryer with power or burners turned ‘ON’
Always switch ‘OFF' fryer before draining or re-filling tank.
2.
Always filter fryer when cool zone under burners is hot and liquid.
A cold fryer heated up won't drain, because frying medium in this
zone will remain hard if using solid fat / oils.
3.
Screw drain extension pipe onto end of drain valve (see Fig 11)
and position a suitable container and filter under drain extension
pipe.
Drain
Extension
Pipe
Fig 11
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Opening the Drain Valve
Warning
HOT OIL WILL
BURN
a. Lift locking slide on valve handle
(Fig 12) to release valve.
b. While holding locking slide in
withdrawn position, rotate handle
anticlockwise (Fig 13) to open valve.
c. When valve is closed, locking slide will
drop down over locking valve to
prevent accidental opening of valve as
shown in Fig.12.
- DO NOT RUSH THIS JOB.
Locking
Slide
Locking Slide
Fig 13
Fig 12
4.
Do not empty total fryer contents into one large container, as this will be dangerous and may be
difficult, when lifted up, to pour hot oil back into tank.
5.
Slip a muslin or other suitable filter bag over the end of the drain valve. Crumbs will be caught in
bag but frying medium will strain freely through into receptacle.
6.
Open drain valve slowly to minimise splashing, and take care not to overfill container.
7.
If necessary, use the drain stick (see Fig 14) to dislodge any
blockages in the drain.
8.
When tank has been drained, use a ladle or small pan with a
handle and dip into hot frying medium from container and pour
around sides and bottom of tank to wash out crumbs and
particles adhering to tank.
Drain Stick
Fig 14
9.
Continue to dip and pour until all crumbs are washed down and into filter bag.
10.
Open drain valve fully and check for any particles or crumb residue lodged in valve. Clean out valve
with a stiff nylon brush. Do not use a wire brush as this can damage the valve seating and will
eventually lead to leaking. If obstruction cannot be removed with a brush, use a wooden probe to
dislodge obstruction.
11.
Wipe all exterior panels with a cloth dampened with detergent and rinse off any residue with clean
warm water.
12.
Clean Control Panel with a damp cloth lightly moistened with a solution of water and a commercial
quality foodservice approved detergent.
13.
Once the daily cleaning operation is completed, close drain valve and pour frying medium back into
tank.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Weekly Cleaning
NOTE: If fryer usage is very high, we recommend that the weekly cleaning procedure is carried out
more frequently.
1.
2.
Proceed to drain and filter the tank as for 'Daily Cleaning'. Do not refill tank with frying medium until
it has been cleaned as shown below.
Fill fryer with cold water to normal fill level and add a high quality commercial cleaner that has been
specifically formulated for fryers. All purpose cleaners are not recommended.
NOTE: Never use a caustic or lye solution, as this will leave a fat destroying film on the tank.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Heat water to approximately 80-90°C.
Clean fryer baskets at the same time, by simply immersing them in cleaning solution. Allow fryer to
soak for 5-10 minutes or as directed on cleaner instructions. Remove baskets and turn Off main
burners.
Scrub baskets and fryer tank with a stiff nylon bristle brush to remove any remaining deposits. DO
NOT use a wire brush, as this will scratch the tank sides.
Empty fryer and rinse thoroughly with water. Use a 1 part vinegar to 15 parts water solution to
rinse tank and neutralise any cleaner residue. If this proves unsuitable for cleaner being used, use a
weaker solution of up to 1 part vinegar to 25 parts water.
Rinse tank thoroughly with water, drain and dry.
Refill tank with new filtered frying medium.
Stainless Steel Surfaces
a. With tank(s) drained, cleaned and dried as shown above, clean exterior surfaces of fryer with hot
water, a mild detergent solution and a soft cloth.
b. Dry all components thoroughly with a dry cloth and polish with a soft dry cloth.
c. To remove any discoloration, use an approved stainless steel cleaner or stainless steel wool.
Always rub in direction of the grain.
Periodic Maintenance
NOTE: All maintenance operations should only be carried out by a qualified service person.
To achieve the best results, cleaning must be regular and thorough. All controls and mechanical parts
should be checked and adjusted periodically by a qualified service person. If any small faults occur, have
them attended to promptly. Don't wait until they cause a complete breakdown. It is recommended that
the appliance is serviced every 6 months.
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Fault Finding
Guide to Cooking Problems with the Fryer
This section provides an easy reference guide to the more common problems that may occur during
operation of your equipment. The fault finding guide in this section is intended to help you correct, or at
least accurately diagnose problems with your equipment.
Although this section covers the most common problems reported, you may encounter a problem not
covered in this section. In such instances, please contact your local authorised service agent who will
make every effort to help you identify and resolve the problem. Please note that the service agent will
require the following information: Model Code and Serial Number of appliance, which can be found on the Rating Plate
located on the inside of the access door.
Fault
Frying medium foaming.
Gumming.
Greasy foods.
Possible Cause
Remedy
Presence of soap or detergent
residue from cleaning tank.
Rinse fryer thoroughly three times with clean
water. Ensure fryer is perfectly dry before
re-filling with frying medium.
Excessive breakdown of frying
medium.
Add fresh frying medium daily to replace
contents every 3-5 days.
Continual frying of food with excess
moisture.
Remove excess moisture from foods to be fried.
Continued overheating of oil.
Check thermostat setting. Turn down heat to
around 140°C (Standby) when use is quiet
Overloading
Maintain 1-8 ratio of food to frying medium.
Heating frying medium too rapidly.
When charging fryer or starting up, melt frying
medium gradually.
Continued overheating of frying
medium.
Check oil temperature by using a thermometer
or thermocouple.
Frying oil broken down.
Check amount of fresh frying medium added to
fryer to be sure 'turnover' is adequate.
Using wrong frying medium.
Some frying mediums form gums when used in
a deep fryer. e.g safflower oil.
Frying at too low a temperature.
Increase temperature and check thermostat
setting.
Inadequate preparation of food.
Be sure foods (especially potatoes) are 'cured'
correctly.
Excessive quantities of breading or
batter.
Remove surplus breading or batter.
Placing food in frying medium
direct from freezer.
Allow frozen foods to thaw before frying.
Surplus moisture in and on surface
of food.
Frying medium in advanced stages
of breakdown.
Drain and dry foods before frying.
Use of dripping or other unrefined
oil.
Due to low smoking point, cooking in these oils
at lower temperatures will result in greater oil
absorption by food.
Using wrong kind of cooking oil.
Always use a completely refined and deodorised
cooking oil.
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Discard 'old' frying medium and refill fryer with
new medium.
Fault Finding
Fault
Rapid oil breakdown.
Oil smoking.
Darkening of oil.
Possible Cause
Inadequate frying oil turnover.
Remedy
Adjust procedures to fry more food in fryer to
increase turnover.
Oil overheating.
Check oil temperature by using a thermometer
or thermocouple.
Contamination.
Filter or strain oil daily.
Poor cleaning procedures.
Clean fryer each day or at least once a week and
rinse thoroughly. Dry fryer before use.
Presence of copper or brass in the
fryer equipment.
Remove all copper or brass fittings from contact
with oil.
Overloading fryer.
Maintain 1-8 ratio of food to frying oil.
Food excessively moist.
Drain and dry food before frying.
Overheating oil on ‘Standby’ mode.
Turn control to Pilot position during idle
(‘Standby’) periods.
Insufficient turnover of oil.
Maintain a minimum quantity of oil in fryer for
more rapid turnover or increase quantity of food
fried in fryer.
Replace with fresh oil every 3 to 5 days.
Continual frying with excess
moisture on food.
Drain foods before frying, pat food dry.
Contamination of oil.
Filter or strain daily to remove contaminants.
Oil overheating.
Check oil temperature by using a thermometer
or thermocouple.
Rapid breakdown of oil.
Use a stable frying oil.
Use of unrefined oils.
Dripping smokes at lower temperature than
refined and deodorised oils.
Presence of salt on the food.
Salt food after frying and away from fryer.
Foods dipped in batter high in egg
yolk.
Reduce egg content of batter, replace part egg
with milk.
Contamination of oil.
Filter or strain oil daily to remove contaminants.
Poor cleaning practice.
Clean fryer at least once a week or each day in
cases of heavy usage. Ensure fryer is perfectly
dry before use.
Overheating of oil.
Check oil temperature by using a thermometer
or thermocouple.
Insufficient oil turnover.
Top up daily to replace contents of fryer in 3 to
5 days.
Cooking foods with high sugar levels.
Potatoes are usually high in reduced sugars at
the end of a season. When fried, they will
darken quickly and discolour the oil.
NOTE: Excessive oil usage is an indication of high absorption of oil into food. This is a function of
temperature and character of the goods being fried - NOT due to type of oil being used
(unless refined oils are being used). Any variation in apparent life of oil is always due to
one or more of the causes mentioned above.
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Fault Finding
Fault Finding the Gas System
Fault
Pilot Burners will not light.
Possible Cause
Remedy
Gas supply is turned Off.
Turn On gas supply.
Gas bottles empty.
Replace gas bottles.
Blocked pilot burner.
Call for service.
Call for service.
Faulty piezo ignition.
Pilot Burner lights then goes
out when Gas Control Button
is released.
Pilot Burner goes Out during
operation.
Main Burners do not light.
Main Burners do not burn
correctly. (Burners roar or
flash back to Main Injector).
NOTE: Pilot can be manually lit until
repair is carried out.
Gas valve control button not held In
for long enough.
Hold In for at least 10 seconds after
ignition of the pilot.
Blocked / weak pilot.
Call for service.
Low gas pressure.
Call for service.
Faulty thermocouple.
Call for service.
Faulty overtemp.
Call for service.
Faulty gas control valve.
Call for service.
Low / fluctuating gas pressure.
Call for service.
Weak pilot.
Call for service.
Faulty thermocouple.
Call for service.
Faulty overtemp.
Call for service.
Faulty gas control valve.
Call for service.
Overtemp tripped, pilot is turned Off
if temperature exceeds 220°C.
Call for service.
Low gas pressure.
Call for service.
Blocked pilot.
Call for service.
Faulty thermostat.
Call for service.
Faulty thermopile.
Call for service.
Faulty gas control valve.
Call for service.
Faulty burner.
Call for service.
Blockage in flue.
Call for service.
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Wiring Schematics
FN8120G / FNL8120G Fryer - Single Tank
MAIN GAS
CONTROL
SIT NOVA 820mV
IGNITION
FLAME FAILURE VALVE
SIT M1/A
TP
TH
TP
TH
THERMOSTAT
OVER TEMP
THERMOPILE
L.H. PILOT T/C
R.H. PILOT
T/C
CROSS LIGHTING
FN8130G / FNL8130G Fryer - Single Tank
IGNITION
MAIN GAS
CONTROL
SIT NOVA 820mV
IGNITION
FLAME FAILURE VALVE
SIT M1/A
TP
TH
THERMOSTAT
L.H. PILOT
THERMOPILE
OVER TEMP
T/C
R.H. PILOT
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T/C
TP
TH
Wiring Schematics
FN8226G / FNL8226G Fryer - Double Tank
MAIN GAS
CONTROL
SIT NOVA 820mV
TP
TH
TP
IGNITION
MAIN GAS
CONTROL
SIT NOVA 820mV
IGNITION
TP
TH
TH
THERMOSTATS
OVER TEMPS.
THERMOPILE
PILOT
THERMOPILE
TC
PILOT
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T/C
TP
TH
Gas Conversion and Specifications
Conversion Procedure
Caution
Ensure Appliance is isolated from the gas supply before commencing servicing.
NOTE:
 These conversions should only be carried out by qualified persons. All connections
must be checked for leaks before re-commissioning appliance.
 Adjustment of components that have adjustments / settings sealed (e.g. paint sealed)
should only be adjusted in accordance with the following instructions and must be
re-sealed before re-commissioning this appliance.
 For relevant information and gas specifications refer to table at rear of this section.
Main Burners
1.
Main Burner
Injector
Remove main burner injectors and replace with the
correct size injectors as shown in Gas Specifications
table.
Pilot Burners
1. Remove the following:-
Pilot Burner
 Gas supply tube to pilot burner.
NOTE: Appliances fitted with piezo igniter electrodes,
remove electrode from mounting bracket before
unscrewing pilot supply tube.
Thermocouple
2. Remove pilot burner injector and replace with correct size
injector as shown in Gas Specifications Table at rear of
this section.
3. Refit the following: Gas supply tube to pilot burner.
 Piezo igniter electrode.
Piezo Igniter
Electrode
Pilot Burner Gas
Supply Tube
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Gas Conversion and Specifications
Gas Control Valve
NOTE: For Twin Tank Fryers only, the units will be fitted with 2 gas control valves. These valves
operate independently of each other. Gas regulator and pilot adjustment will need to be
carried out separately for each gas valve.
Main Burner Supply Pressure Check
a. Connect a manometer to the upper test point
(Supply Pressure) on the gas control valve.
Supply Pressure
Test Point
Main Burner Operating Pressure Adjustment
a. Connect a manometer to the lower test point
(Operating Pressure) on the gas control valve.
b. Remove slotted cap to reveal Operating
Pressure Adjusting Screw.
c. Light main burners and turn the operating
pressure adjusting screw to obtain correct burner
pressure for type of gas being used. Refer to Gas
Specifications Table at rear of this section.
d. Refit slotted cap to screw adjustment point.
Operating Pressure
Test Point
Pilot Burner Flame Adjustment
a. Once main burner operating pressure has been
set, adjust pilot burner supply so that the
impingement of the pilot flame on the
thermocouple and thermopile is correct and main
burner pilot flame ignites main burners
satisfactorily.
b. Adjust pilot flame size by adjusting Pilot Burner
Adjusting Screw. Pilot burner flame should be
approximately 1" long for main burner ignition.
Anti-clockwise rotation of adjustment screw will
increase size of pilot flame.
Operating Pressure
Adjusting Screw
Pilot Adjusting
Screw
Pilot Burner
Adjusting Screw
Gas Type Identification Label
On completion of gas conversion, replace gas type identification label located at:- Rear of appliance, above gas connection.
- Beside rating plate.
Commissioning
Before leaving the converted installation;
1.
Check all gas connections for leakages using soapy water or other gas detecting equipment.
Warning
DO NOT USE A NAKED FLAME
2.
3.
TO CHECK FOR GAS LEAKAGES.
Carry out a Commissioning check of the appliance as shown in Installation Section of this manual.
Ensure that any adjustments done to components that have adjustments / settings paint sealed,
these components are to be re-sealed.
NOTE: If for some reason it is not possible to get the appliance to operate correctly, shut ‘Off’ gas
supply and contact supplier of this appliance.
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Gas Conversion and Specifications
Gas Specifications
Natural Gas (G20)
LP Gas (Propane) (G31)
Ø 3.10mm
Ø 1.90mm
Non-CE
0.62
0.35
CE Only
0.45
0.30
Full Out (CCW)
1½ turns out (CCW)
0.98 kPa (*)
(9.8 mbar)
2.50 kPa (*)
(25 mbar)
Non-CE
1.13 - 2.0 kPa
2.75 - 3.0 kPa
CE Only
20 mbar
37 mbar
Main Burner Injectors
Pilot Burner Injectors
Pilot Screw Adjustment
Burner Operating Pressure
Supply Pressure
NOTE:
*
Measure burner operating pressure at Operating Pressure Test Point (Lower - Out) on gas
control valve , this is to be carried out with all burners operating at the 'High Flame' setting.
Refer to ‘Gas Conversion and Specification’ Section for further details.
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Replacement Parts List
Replacement Parts List
IMPORTANT:
Only genuine authorized replacement parts should be used for servicing and repair of this
appliance. Instructions supplied with these parts should be followed when replacing
components.
For further information and servicing instructions, contact your nearest authorized
service branch (contact details are as shown on reverse of front cover of this manual).
When ordering spare parts, please quote part number and description as listed below. If part required is
not listed below, request part by description and quote model number and serial number which is shown
on rating plate.
Controls
018094
227865
018093
019237
Interrupted Thermocouple - Main Gas Valve.
Thermocouple - Flame Failure Valve.
(Single Tank Models Only).
Thermopile.
Flame Failure Valve.
032190
032310
Main Burner Injector
Main Burner Injector
(LPG)
(Nat Gas)
018090K
Pilot Burner
(Includes electrode).
018092
018091
Pilot Injector
Pilot Injector
(LPG)
(Nat Gas)
0.35.
0.62.
018972
018091
Pilot Injector
Pilot Injector
(LP Gas / Propane-G31)
(Natural Gas-G20)
0.30 (UK Only).
0.45 (UK Only).
018089K
018095
227508
022575
018145
018021K
018022K
Gas Control Kit.
Piezo H.T. Lead.
Piezo Ignitor.
Main Burner Kit.
Thermostat Knob.
Thermostat.
Overtemperature Thermostat.
General
018019
227856
018358
018147
018176
228576
228577
228578
228761
228762
229674
227850
Basket.
Door Magnet.
Drain Valve.
Drain Extension.
Drain Stick.
Basket Tray
Basket Tray
Basket Tray
Lid c/w Handle
Lid c/w Handle
Rear Roller Assy.
Leg Adjustable 150mm
(FN8120G).
(FN8226G).
(FN8130G).
(FN8120G/FN8226G).
(FN8130G).
(Flush Stud).
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ø 1.90mm.
ø 3.10mm.
Replacement Parts List
Gas Conversion Kits
Gas Type to Convert to
Model
FN8120G
FN8226G
FN8130G
Australia / New Zealand Only
Nat. Gas
LPG
Nat. Gas
LPG
231963
231962
231967
231966
Accessories (Optional)
228793
228794
UK Only
450mm (Fryer) Plinth Kit.
600mm (Fryer) Plinth Kit.
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