Berkel BSPM Specifications

Berkel BSPM Specifications
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PREMIERE
Introduction
Thank you for having bought one of our products, we would like to recommend that you read our manual carefully before using the slicing machine.
As regards safety against mechanical risks, the machines described in this manual follow the directive regulations 98/37/EEC - 73/23/EEC - 89/336/EEC and the
European norms EN 1974: slicing machines - hygiene and security norms.
We are at your complete disposal for any doubts that may arise when using the machine; for more information and any proposals to improve this manual so that it
can further meet the requirements for which it has been prepared.
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Safety precautions
In the interests of your own safety and for the care of your slicer, take note of the following points:
As an employer
Instruct your personnel in the use of the slicer and draw their attention to the safety precautions, repeat this periodically and keep this manual near your slicer
for reference.
Who may operate the slicer?
Only properly trained and instructed personnel may operate the slicer.
Only Berkel - or authorised service engineers may rectify any faults.
No access for unauthorised persons!
Ensure that unauthorised persons and those who have not received any instruction do not operate or clean the slicer.
Authority to remove components
You are only authorised to remove the removable parts from the slicer, see the chapter " Cleaning the slicing machine".
You are not authorised to remove the remaining components and you are never authorised to distort or bend components.
Slicing products
Only use the slicer with those products for which it is designed, such as meat, cooked meats and cheese.
Do not use with frozen products, products on the bone or non-food products.
Slicing
Always follow the slicing instructions carefully, see the chapter on " Loading the goods on the plate and cutting ".
The knife
Always remember that the knife is very sharp and therefore dangerous, even when the knife is stationary.
Do not operate the slicer thoughtlessly and never touch the cutting edge of the knife with your hand or fingers.
Sharpening the knife
Particular care should be exercised when sharpening the knife.
First read the instructions in the section entitled " Sharpening the blade" and follow these instructions carefully.
Avoid the area of the knife, especially with your hands.
Avoid touching the knife, even when the slicer is switched off, other than to clean it safely.
Thickness dial
Get into the habit of working as follows: only turn the thickness dial away from its safe setting when you are ready to begin slicing; in other words, after you
have placed the goods to be sliced on the meat tray. The same applies if you wish to reposition the product on the meat tray or remove it.
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Safety precautions
Turn thickness dial right back to safe - clockwise
After slicing always reset the thickness dial right back to safe first and switch the slicer off.
Dependent on the slicer setting, please be sure that the dial is turned all the way back.
Exercise particular caution when removing product scraps from the meat tray.
Only do this once the thickness dial has been reset to zero and the slicer has been switched off.
Connection to mains
Check whether the mains voltage matches that given on the slicer. A qualified electrician may only connect “400 Volt three-phase” current slicers.
Connection to the incorrect mains voltage can seriously damage the slicer.
What to do in the event of a malfunction
Switch the slicer off immediately if you hear and/or notice anything unusual. Check in the " Locating and eliminating failures” to see if you can rectify
the fault yourself. If not, contact your local service agent.
RSI (Repetitive Strain Injuries)
Continuous use of a slicer may cause Repetitive Strain Injuries or related injuries. Some studies suggest that long periods of repetitive motion coupled with an
improper work environment and incorrect work habits may be linked to certain types of physical discomfort or injury.
If you feel any aching, numbing, or tingling in your neck, shoulders, arms, wrists, hands, or fingers, consult a qualified health professional.
These suggestions can help to reduce your risk of RSI:
- Take frequent breaks from use;
- Be sure to change posture frequently;
- Stand on an anti-fatigue mat or use a standing support to reduce fatigue;
- Keep your hands, forearm and wrists straight and curl your fingers under slightly;
- Set up your workspace.
Cleaning the slicer
Only allow staff who have received appropriate instruction to clean the slicer. Proceed as follows:
- Reset the thickness dial to safe;
- Switch the slicer off;
- Remove the mains plug from the wall socket;
- Do not use any aggressive and/or abrasive cleaning agents- do not use any steam or high-pressure cleaners;
- Clean the slicer thoroughly especially pointed, sharp and round components.
Careless cleaning can be dangerous for yourself and may invalidate the terms of the guarantee.
Environment
Keep your work place clean and dry, then you will always have a safe environment.
Workplace
Ensure that the slicer is installed in stable fashion on a solid work surface. Check yourself that there is no danger of the slicer sliding or falling.
Ensure that there is sufficient space around the slicer and keep the workplace clean and orderly. Do not use the slicer as a storage area. Place nothing on it
which does not belong there.
Transport
Remember that the slicer is very heavy. The slicer must always be moved by at least two people.
Always seek the assistance of colleagues when moving the machine.
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Contents
1. Premise
1.1. Purpose of the manual ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 6
1.2. Keeping the manual ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
1.3. Use of the machine .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
2. General information
2.1. Machine limits, safety regulations ................................................................................................................................................................................ 7
2.2. Guarantee and maker’s responsibility .......................................................................................................................................................................... 7
2.3. The user’s obligations ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 8
2.4. Marking-plates ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
3. Technical characteristics
3.1. Dimensions, BSPG series ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
3.2. Specifications, BSPG series ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
3.3. Dimensions, BSPM series ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
3.4. Specifications, BSPM series ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
3.5. Dimensions, BSPS series ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
3.6. Specifications, BSPS series ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
3.7. Dimensions, BSPT series........................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
3.8. Specifications, BSPT series ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
3.9. Furnished items and accessories .............................................................................................................................................................................. 13
3.10. Products that can be sliced .................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
3.11. Products that cannot be sliced ................................................................................................................................................................................ 13
4. Description
4.1. Unpacking ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
4.2. Main components .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
4.3. General description .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 19
5. Installation
5.1. Installing the machine ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
5.2. Command description .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 20
5.3. Electrical connection ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 20
5.4. Checking direction of rotation of the blade (only for machines with three-phase motors) ............................................................................................... 20
6. Using the machine
6.1. Loading the goods on the plate and cutting ............................................................................................................................................................... 21
6.2. Cleaning the slicing machine ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 26
7. Maintenance and repairs
7.1. General information .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 31
7.2. Sharpening the blade ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 31
7.3. Lubricating the guide bars of the carriage with arm and food plate support .................................................................................................................. 33
7.4. Lubricating the transversal guide rod/s of the plate and food press ............................................................................................................................. 33
8. Locating and eliminating failures .................................................................................................................................................................................... 34
9 . Electrical diagram .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 35
10. Dismantling the slicing machine .................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
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1. Premise
1.1. Purpose of the manual
This publication contains all the information necessary for the use and maintenance of the slicing machines to be used for food, with circular blade, models BSPGM-L-X (Première gravity slicers, medium, large and extra large), BSPM-M-L-X (Première straight feed ‘meat’ slicers, medium, large and extra large), BSPS-M-L-X
(Première straight feed ‘salumi’ slicers, medium, large and extra large), BSPT-M-L-X (Première straight feed ’top clamp’ slicers, medium, large and extra large).
The purpose of this manual is to allow the user, above all the direct user, to take every precaution and arrange all human and material means necessary for a safe
and lengthy use of these machines.
1.2. Keeping the manual
This manual must be given to the person who will use and maintain the machines and this person will keep the manual in a safe and dry place, ready to be used.
We recommend that a copy be kept on file.
For any correspondance with the maker or authorized personnel, please refer to the information on the plate and the machine serial number.
The manual must be kept for the entire life of the machine and in case of need (ex. any damage to even a part of the manual that makes consulting it difficult) the
user must acquire a new copy exclusively from the maker.
The user must let the maker know the address of any new owner of the machine.
NOTE: The terms Front, Back, Right and Left used in this manual refer to the machine as seen from the operator’s side in normal working conditions.
1.3. Use of the machine
The use and configurations of the machine are the only ones allowed by the maker; do not try to use the machine differently from the indications.
The indicated use of the machine is only valid for machines with a complete structural, mechanical and system efficiency.
The machines are to be used for cutting only food products of the type and size indicated in this manual.
The maker declines all responsibility derived from an improper use or use by untrained personnel, changes and/or repairs carried out on one’s own or by
unauthorized personnel, the use of spare parts that are not original or not specific for the type of machine.
For any explanation or doubts on the contents of this manual, please contact immediately the maker or an authorized technical assistance service and quote the
paragraph number of the required subject.
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2. General information
2.1. Machine limits, safety regulations
The machine has been designed and made to slice food products, with a continuous service, of the type and size as indicated in paragraphs 3.2, 3.4 and 3.5.
2.1.1. Environmental conditions for using the machine
- Temperature ........................................................................................................................................................................................... from –5 °C a +40 °C
- Humidity max ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................95%
The slicer cannot be used in opened places and/or atmospheric agents. It cannot be used in rooms with steams, fumes or corrosive and/or abrasive dusts with fire
or explosion risk and everywhere they are used anti-deflagration components.
2.1.2. General safety regulations
The slicing machine must be used only by an adequately trained person who has carefully read the contents of this manual.
The operators must be over 18 years of age, in perfect mental-physical health, have the right attitude and capacity and necessary knowledge for manouevering and
normal maintenance of simple mechanical and electrical components.
For a better use of the machine follow the instructions below:
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Install the machine according to the instructions in the paragraph ”Installation”;
Install the machine so that it is far from people who must not use it, especially children;
Do not become distracted while using the machine;
Do not use loose clothing or open sleeves;
Do not let anyone come close to the machine while in use;
Do not remove, cover or change the plates that are on the machine and, if they are damaged, contact qualified and authorised personnel;
Do not remove the transparent protection and do not change or exclude the mechanical and electrical protections;
Only slice permitted products; do not try slicing any products that are not allowed;
The area around the machine, where the food is laid and the floor where the operator works must always be kept clean and dry;
Do not use the machine as a support surface and do not place any object on it that does not pertain to normal cutting operations;
Do not use the slicing machine when, after a normal use, the distance between the cutting edge of the l blade and the blade protection ring is over 6 mm.
(see paragraph 7.2);
Do not use the machine with electrical connections of a ”temporary” nature, with temporary or not insulated wires;
Periodically check the state of the mains cable and the cable gland on the machine body, when necessary have it replaced without delay by qualified personnel;
Immediately stop the machine in the case of a defect, anomalous function, suspected breakage, incorrect movements, unusual noise;
Before cleaning or carrying out any maintenance, disconnect the machine from the electric mains supply;
Use protective gloves for cleaning and maintenance;
The goods to be cut must be placed on and removed from the sliding plate with the carriage in a retracted position and the thickness regulating knob in the ”0”
position;
Only use the moving handle placed on the arm or the handle on the food press for moving the food plate during slicing;
The use of accessories for cutting is not allowed unless supplied by the maker specifically for the machine;
For any exceptional maintenance (replacing grindstones, blade, etc.) please contact the manufacturer or qualified and authorized personnel.
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2.2. Guarantee and maker’s responsibility
The guarantee of a good function and a complete conformity of the machines, that are to be used accordingly, depends on the correct application of the
instructions contained in this manual.
The maker declines all direct and indirect resposibility deriving from:
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Not following the instructions in the manual;
Using the machine by personnel who has not read or well understood the contents of the present manual;
Using the machine so that it does not conform to specific regulations in force in the country of installation;
Unauthorized changes and/or repairs to the machine;
The use of accessories and spare parts that are not original;
Outstanding events.
If the machine is sold or given away, this automatically means that the maker is no longer responsible for the machine in question except for anything regarding the
EEC directive 98/37 (responsibility for any construction faults of the product).
2.3. The user’s obligations
The user must scrupulously observe the instructions in this manual for the maker’s guarantee to be valid and particularly:
- Always respect the limits of the machine;
- Always carry out a constant and diligent maintenance;
- Make sure the persons using the machine are qualified and able.
2.4. Marking — Plates
The following plates are installed on the machine:
- Maker’s identification plate, machine plate, technical data plate and EC marking; placed on the base, left- hand side.
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3. Technical characteristics
3.1. Dimensions, BSPG series
D
G
E
F
Models
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
L
M
BSPGM
149 mm
260 mm
198 mm
418 mm
326 mm
466 mm
418 mm
413 mm
707 mm
762 mm
560 mm
BSPGL
185 mm
282 mm
230 mm
670 mm
377 mm
593 mm
510 mm
453 mm
714 mm
833 mm
698 mm
BSPGX
225 mm
318 mm
269 mm
690 mm
430 mm
630 mm
540 mm
534 mm
805 mm
926 mm
788 mm
BSPGM
198 mm
260 x 149 mm
17 mm
280 mm
0,18 kW / 230 V 50 Hz 1 phase
0,27 kW / 400 V 50 Hz 3 phases
470 x 380 mm
28 kg
BSPGL
230 mm
282 x 185 mm
17 mm
315 mm
0,24 kW / 230 V 50 Hz 1 phase
0,27 kW / 400 V 50 Hz 3 phases
524 x 427 mm
34 kg
BSPGX
269 mm
318 x 225 mm
17 mm
360 mm
0,55 kW / 230 V 50 Hz 1 phase
0,55 kW / 400 V 50 Hz 3 phases
602 x 476 mm
40 kg
3.2 Specifications, BSPG series
Models
Capacity (round)
Capacity (rectangle)
Maximum slice thickness
Knife diameter
Motor rating/Electrical specifications
Base dimensions
Net weight
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3.3. Dimensions, BSPM series
L
B
A
C
D
G
E
H
F
Models
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
L
M
I
M
BSPMM
178 mm
253 mm
210 mm
505 mm
326 mm
590 mm
450 mm
413 mm
663 mm
690 mm
535 mm
BSPML
210 mm
270 mm
240 mm
634 mm
377 mm
620 mm
497 mm
453 mm
726 mm
836 mm
777 mm
BSPMX
232 mm
320 mm
272 mm
650 mm
430 mm
667 mm
565 mm
534 mm
818 mm
962 mm
812 mm
BSPMM
210 mm
253 x 178 mm
17 mm
280 mm
0,18 kW / 230 V 50 Hz 1 phase
0,27 kW / 400 V 50 Hz 3 phases
470 x 380 mm
34 kg
BSPML
240 mm
270 x 210 mm
17 mm
315 mm
0,24 kW / 230 V 50 Hz 1 phase
0,27 kW / 400 V 50 Hz 3 phases
524 x 427 mm
39 kg
BSPMX
272 mm
320 x 232 mm
17 mm
360 mm
0,55 kW / 230 V 50 Hz 1 phase
0,55 kW / 400 V 50 Hz 3 phases
602 x 476 mm
45 kg
3.4 Specifications, BSPM series
Models
Capacity (round)
Capacity (rectangle)
Maximum slice thickness
Knife diameter
Motor rating/Electrical specifications
Base dimensions
Net weight
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3.5. Dimensions, BSPS series
L
B
D
A
C
G
H
E
I
M
F
Models
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
L
M
BSPSM
176 mm
251 mm
211 mm
445 mm
326 mm
538 mm
450 mm
413 mm
665 mm
765 mm
606 mm
BSPSL
200 mm
285 mm
240 mm
590 mm
377 mm
655 mm
497 mm
453 mm
740 mm
824 mm
693 mm
BSPSX
245 mm
310 mm
272 mm
610 mm
430 mm
758 mm
565 mm
534 mm
788 mm
874 mm
750 mm
BSPSM
211 mm
251 x 176 mm
17 mm
280 mm
0,18 kW / 230 V 50 Hz 1 phase
0,27 kW / 400 V 50 Hz 3 phases
470 x 380 mm
34 kg
BSPSL
240 mm
285 x 200 mm
17 mm
315 mm
0,24 kW / 230 V 50 Hz 1 phase
0,27 kW / 400 V 50 Hz 3 phases
524 x 427 mm
39 kg
BSPSX
272 mm
310 x 245 mm
17 mm
360 mm
0,55 kW / 230 V 50 Hz 1 phase
0,55 kW / 400 V 50 Hz 3 phases
602 x 476 mm
45 kg
3.6 Specifications, BSPS series
Models
Capacity (round)
Capacity (rectangle)
Maximum slice thickness
Knife diameter
Motor rating/Electrical specifications
Base dimensions
Net weight
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3.7. Dimensions, BSPT series
L
B
D
A
C
G
E
H
M
F
Models
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
L
M
I
BSPTM
178 mm
253 mm
213 mm
560 mm
326 mm
538 mm
450 mm
413 mm
665 mm
690 mm
530 mm
BSPTL
200 mm
285 mm
240 mm
620 mm
377 mm
655 mm
497 mm
453 mm
740 mm
760 mm
590 mm
BSPTX
242 mm
310 mm
272 mm
700 mm
430 mm
758 mm
565 mm
534 mm
788 mm
810 mm
680 mm
BSPTM
213 mm
253 x 178 mm
17 mm
280 mm
0,18 kW / 230 V 50 Hz 1 phase
0,27 kW / 400 V 50 Hz 3 phases
470 x 380 mm
34 kg
BSPTL
240 mm
285 x 200 mm
17 mm
315 mm
0,24 kW / 230 V 50 Hz 1 phase
0,27 kW / 400 V 50 Hz 3 phases
524 x 427 mm*
39 kg
BSPTX
272 mm
310 x 242 mm
17 mm
360 mm
0,55 kW / 230 V 50 Hz 1 phase
0,55 kW / 400 V 50 Hz 3 phases
602 x 476 mm*
45 kg
3.8. Specifications, BSPT series
Models
Capacity (round)
Capacity (rectangle)
Maximum slice thickness
Knife diameter
Motor rating/Electrical specifications
Base dimensions
Net weight
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3.9. Furnished items and accessories
The following documents and accessories are supplied with the machine, unless otherwise specified:
- Instruction manual for use and maintenance;
- EC conformity declaration;
- Accessories: on request tool for removing the blade.
3.10. Products that can be sliced
The following are produtcs that can be sliced:
- All types of cold cuts (cooked, raw smoked);
- Boneless meat (cooked or raw at a temperature of no lower than +3 °C);
- Bread and cheeses (those that can be sliced, such as Gryere, Fontina, etc.).
3.11. Products that cannot be sliced
The following are products that cannot be sliced because they could cause damage to people and equipment:
- Frozen food;
- Deep-frozen food;
- Food with bones (meat and fish);
- Vegetables;
- Any other product not meant for consumption.
4. Description
4.1. Unpacking
Check that the packaging is unopened and undamaged; otherwise immediately inform the forwarding agent or the area agent.
To take the machine out of the packaging proceed as follows:
WARNING: The packaging components (plastic straps, cardboard, polyurethane foam) can be thrown away with normal solid wastes and therefore there
is no difficulty in disposing of them.
However it is advisable to dispose of products separately (differentiated collecting) in conformity with the regulations in force for adequate recycling.
DO NOT DISCARD THE PACKAGING PRODUCTS IN THE ENVIRONMENT!
1. Cut and remove the plastic straps;
2. Remove the staples from the top of
the box;
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3. Open the box and take out the copy of
the instruction manual which is on top of
the polyurethane protection;
4. Continue as indicated in the manual;
2
5. Push the upper cardboard box down (1)
using the flaps so that the next step is
easier, that is, removing the
polyurethane protection and the corner
reinforcements (2);
6. Remove the above mentioned protection
and the corner reinforcements;
WARNING: Blade may be exposed!
7. Lift and take out the machine which is
wrapped in a sheet of transparent
polyethylene;
ATTENTION: The machine must be lifted
by two people, taking into account that it
weighs more on the side where the blade
is.
8. Once this operation is over, check the
contents of the box and make sure it
corresponds to the label on the outside.
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4.2. Main components
BSPG series
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STOP BUTTON (BLACK)
START BUTTON (WHITE)
IDENTIFICATION PLATE, TECHNICAL DATA AND EC MARKING
LUBRICATING POINT FOR GUIDE BARS
FOOT
REGULATING KNOB FOR SLICE THICKNESS
THICKNESS PLATE (VELA)
HANDLE FOR PLATE PUSHING
SAFETY GUARD
FOOD PLATE
FOOD PRESS HANDLE
BLADE
SAFETY RING (BLADE PROTECTION)
SHARPENER
BLADE COVER TENSION ROD
SLICE DEFLECTOR
BASE
FEED CABLE
PLATE LOCKING KNOB
PLATE SUPPORT
FOOD PRESS
BLADE COVER
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11
11
10
10
99
77
88
16
15
19
19
5
66
18
55
33
44
2 2
1
5
1
21
11
13
12
9
7
22
17
5
1
19
2
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BSPM series
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STOP BUTTON (BLACK)
START BUTTON (WHITE)
IDENTIFICATION PLATE, TECHNICAL DATA AND EC MARKING
SLICE THICKNESS REGULATING KNOB
FOOT
PLATE LOCKING KNOB
INNERTABLE
PLATE
FOOD PRESS HANDLE
FOOD PRESS
BLADE COVER
BLADE
SHARPENER
TRANSPARENT PROTECTION GUARD
THICKNESS PLATE (VELA)
BASE
BLADE COVER TENSION ROD
SLICE DEFLECTOR
BLOCK
FEED CABLE
LUBRICATING POINT FOR CARRIAGE GUIDES
PLATE SUPPORT
SAFETY RING (BLADE PROTECTION)
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14
10
9
7
8
1
2
6
4
22
5
13
8
14
12
17
16
15
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23
19
5
4
20
21
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3
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BSPS series
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STOP BUTTON (BLACK)
START BUTTON (WHITE)
IDENTIFICATION PLATE, TECHNICAL DATA AND EC MARKING
LUBRICATING POINT FOR CARRIAGE GUIDES
SLICE THICKNESS REGULATING KNOB
THICKNESS PLATE
BLADE
SHARPENER
BLADE COVER
BLADE COVER TENSION ROD
BASE
SLICE DEFLECTOR
BLOCK
FEED CABLE
FEET
PLATE PUSHING HANDLE
PLATE SUPPORT
PLATE LOCKING KNOB
SLIDING OVERPLATE
FOOD PRESS
FOOD PRESS MANOUEVERING LEVER
PLATE
SAFETY RING (BLADE PROTECTION)
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20
21
6
19
11
22
1
2
18
17
16
5
15
21
8
20
7
19
10
12
23
16
13
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BSPT series
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STOP BUTTON (BLACK)
START BUTTON (WHITE )
IDENTIFICATION PLATE, TECHNICAL DATA AND EC MARKING
LUBRICATING POINT FOR CARRIAGE GUIDES
SLICE THICKNESS REGULATING KNOB
THICKNESS PLATE
BLADE
SHARPENER
BLADE COVER
BLADE COVER TENSION ROD
BASE
SLICE DEFLECTOR
BLOCK
FEED CABLE
FEET
PLATE PUSHING HANDLE
PLATE SUPPORT
PLATE LOCKING KNOB
SLIDING OVERPLATE
FOOD PRESS
UNLOCKING LEVER FOR VERTICAL SLIDING
FOOD PRESS MANOUEVERING LEVER
PLATE
SAFETY RING (BLADE PROTECTION)
8
9
21
6
20
19
11
23
1
2
18
17
16
5
15
20
8
22
7
10
11
19
12
16
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4.3. General description
The slicing machine has been designed and made according to the EEC directive 98/37 - 73/23 - 89/336 and the European norm EN 1974-1998.
The machine offers the user:
- Maximum security when in use, during cleaning and ordinary maintenance;
- Maximum hygiene from the use of inoxidizable materials or adequately protected against oxidization together with a careful design of all the parts that come into
contact with food;
- Maximum cutting precision and capacity together with sturdiness and reliability of the structure;
- The chance to work continuously.
The machine is essentially made up of a base that holds a circular blade that is vertically mounted or inclined, operated by an electric motor, which slices the food
and a sliding carriage on bars, placed under the above mentioned base, which in turn supports the food plate, parallel to the cutting edge of the blade.
The food plate, which in the vertical models is made up of a plate and a sliding overplate, also has an appropriate self-stopping device to keep the product in its
proper place during cutting operations (food press).
The thickness of the slice is regulated by a thickness plate behind the blade; this plate, on which the food ; is placed, can be moved transversally to the blade at
the thickness of the desired slice.
All the components of the machine are made of a light aluminium alloy and magnesium Peraluman 3, ’ polished and anodized, in stainless steel and plastic for food
products as according to the sanitary regulations in force so the structure is sturdy, reliable, easy to clean and does not alter in time.
The cutting blade is operated by a self-ventilated motor, under the base; the motor transmission is obtained with a belt that has longitudinal grooves, guaranteeing
a quiet running.
Starting and stopping is carried out by using the two buttons at the front of the machine which are easily identifiable by their colour and position; there is a light
which indicates the machine is running.
This command system prevents accidental starting of the machine after a possible electric circuit interruption; this means the slicing machine can only be restarted intentionally.
The machine has a sharpener which is extremely easy and safe to use.
The food plate, transparent protections, sharpener and blade cover can be removed for cleaning.
4.3.1. Safety
The mechanical safety devices are the following:
- Irremovable safety ring around the blade (blade protection);
- Food plate which can only be removed if the regulating knob of the thickness plate is in the ’zero’ position and the carriage is at the end of its position on the
operator’s side;
Once the arm complete with food plate has been removed the thickness plate is locked in the above mentioned position;
- A set of aluminium and plastic transparent protections on the food plate.
The electric safety devices are the following:
- Start-up with start and stop buttons with a low tension control circuit that also requires a voluntary re-start of the machine in the case of an electric circuit
interruption;
- Safety microswitch on the low tension auxiliary control circuit which excludes any possibility of starting the electric motor without the blade cover.
4.3.2. Residual risks
WARNING: The safety ring around the blade is made according to the European regulation (EN 1974:1998) but this protection does not completely eliminate risks
in the sharpening area. When cleaning and sharpening the blade, be very careful and always concentrate on the job at hand. We recommend the use of protective
gloves.
4.3.3. Ergonomics
To avoid the risk of RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) it’ important to ensure that the machine is placed on a surface which is ergonomically satisfactory to the user.
It’ recommended the frequent breaks are taken during prolonged usage.
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5. Installation
5.1. Installing the machine
5.3. Electrical connection
Install the machine on a surface which
is level, smooth, dry and suitable for
the weight of the machine plus the
food to be sliced; refer to paragraph
3.1.
The machine must be installed
close to an EEC regulation socket
in a system which conforms to the
regulations in force with:
- Magnetothermal protection;
- Automatic differential switch;
- Grounding system.
WARNING: Check that there is
nothing that can get in the way of
the plate and the food that is to be
cut on the plate.
MAX. HEIGHT:
0,90 m
Before connecting, verify that the electric supply mains is suitable for the machine
by checking the technical data plate on the machine.
The slicer is fitted with a power supply cord of about 2 metres length, complete
with a plug to allow a simple disconnection from the electric mains supply.
Always indicate the presence of the power supply cord if the slicer cannot be
installed near a socket and if in the installation zone there is a transit of people.
If the power supply cord is not long enough you will require the technical
assistance service and do not proceed with a temporary electrical connection.
5.2. Command description
5.2.1. Start and stop buttons
- Press the WHITE button (2) to start the
blade;
5.4. Checking direction of rotation
of the blade (only for machines with
three-phase motors)
- Press the BLACK button (1) to stop
the blade moving.
1. Start the machine;
2. Check the working light is on;
3. Check the blade rotates in the
direction indicated by the arrow
(counterclockwise looking at the
machine from the side of the blade
cover);
4. If the blade goes round in the
opposite direction (clockwise) stop
the machine immediately and call a
qualified person to invert the feed
wires of the plug;
5. Check the food plate and food
press move smoothly;
6. Check the working and regulation
of the thickness plate.
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5.2.2. Regulating knob for slice
thickness
The thickness of the slice is regulated
by turning the graduated scale knob (3)
counterclockwise.
Regulating field: see paragraph 3.
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6. Using the slicing machine
6.1. Loading the goods on the
plate and cutting
BSPG series slicing machines
1. Ensure the thickness regulator
knob is turned back to its SAFE
position, thickness plate fully closed;
2. Switch off the slicing machine, pull
back the carriage completely
(towards the operator) to the loading
position;
3. Lift up the food press and put it in
the rest position;
4. Place the meat to be sliced on
the plate against the operator’s side.
The food will press against the
thickness plate because of its
weight;
Block it with the food press by
pressing down slightly;
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slice.
Start the blade by pressing the
WHITE button.
Grip the handle attached to the
plate and begin an alternate
cutting movement;
CAUTION: if the product moves on
the food plate when slicing then
the use of a product fence (guide)
is recommended.
6. When the weight or size of the
goods do not allow a proper
cutting for reasons of gravity, use
the food press hand-grip;
7. At the end of the cutting operations ensure the thickness regulator knob is
turned back to its SAFE position, thickness plate fully closed; and pull back
the carriage.
Stop the blade movement by pushing the BLACK button.
NOTE: If slicing salami, round shaped or difficult to hold products we suggest
using a product fence. Refer to pag. 22 for istructions.
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BSPG series slicing machines
BSPG series slicing machines
supplied with
product fence
supplied with table extension
a
removable
A second additional rest position is
allowed (for the first one please
see pt.3 p.21 of UM)
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In order to reach the new one,
please:
1
1. Put the clamp on the table
2. Lock the main knob
2
1. Slide up the arm till the end of
the run
2. Rotate the arm of 270°
3. Insert the fence profile into
the clamp (positioning the
square hole close to the
gauge plate and the round
one across the smaller knob)
2
3. Slide down the arm till the
round pin reaches the
second rest position
4. Lock the smaller knob
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BSPM series slicing machines
1. Ensure the thickness regulator
knob is turned back to its SAFE
position, thickness plate fully
closed;
2. Switch off the slicing machine,
pull back the plate completely
(towards the operator) to the loading
position;
3. Lift up the food press and put it in
the rest position;
5. Regulate the thickness of the
slices. Start the blade by pressing
the WHITE button.
Grip the handle of the food press
and start cutting with combined
pressure parallel to the blade
(alternating movement of the food)
and perpendicular to the same
(advancement of food);
6. If your machine (with german
meat table) is supplied with the
removable product fence, in order
to use this feature please:
- refer to p.22 of UM
4. Place the meat to be sliced on
the plate against the operator’s side.
7. At the end of the cutting operations ensure the thickness regulator knob is
turned back to its SAFE position, thickness plate fully closed; pull back the
carriage and stop the blade movement by pushing the BLACK button.
Block it with the food press by
pressing down slightly;
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BSPS series slicing machines
1. Ensure the thickness
regulator knob is turned back to
its SAFE position, thickness
plate fully closed;
2. Switch off the slicing
machine, pull back the food
plate completely (towards the
operator) to the loading position;
3. Lift up the food press using the
unblocking lever;
5. Regulate the thickness of the
slices. Start the blade by pressing
the WHITE button.
Grip the handle of the plate and
start cutting with combined
pressure parallel to the blade
(alternating movement of the food)
and perpendicular to the same
(advancement of food);
6. At the end of the cutting operations ensure the thickness regulator knob is
turned back to its SAFE position, thickness plate fully closed; stop the blade
movement by pushing the BLACK button;
7. To remove the cold cuts use the manouevering lever.
4. Place the cold cuts on the
plate with the ridged surface
parallel to the thickness plate;
BSPT series slicing machines
1. Ensure the thickness regulator
knob is turned back to its SAFE
position, thickness plate fully
closed;
2. Switch off the slicing machine,
pull back the food plate completely
(towards the operator) to the loading
position;
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3. Lift up the food press using the
unblocking levers;
BSPT
series
slicing
machines
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supplied with with a meat table
extension and stainless steel claw
gripper last slice device:
1. Put the extension on the table,
sliding it towards the columns
2. Lay down the table
1
4. Place the cold cuts on the
plate with the ridged surface
parallel to the thickness plate;
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3. Lock the knobs
3
5. Regulate the thickness of the
slices. Start the blade by pressing
the WHITE button.
In order to use last slice device:
Grip the handle of the plate and
start cutting with combined
pressure parallel to the blade
(alternating movement of the food)
and perpendicular to the same
(advancement of food);
6. At the end of the cutting
operations ensure the thickness
regulator knob is turned back to
its SAFE position, thickness plate
fully closed; stop the blade
movement by pushing the
BLACK button;
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4. Insert the device in the
pins on the meat table
extension
5. Lock the device with the
top clamp
4
7. To remove the cold cuts use
the manouevering lever.
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6.2. Cleaning the slicing machine
Removing the blade cover
6.2.1. General information
1.Completely
unscrew
(counterclock-wise) the tension rod
knob of the blade cover block;
The machines must be properly cleaned at least once a day; if necessary even
more.
If the machines have not been used for a while they must be cleaned before
use as well.
6.2.2. Disassemble the machine for
cleaning
1. Disconnect the plug isolate the
machine from the electric mains
supply;
2. Turn the regulating knob of the
thickness plate to its SAFE position,
thickness plate fully closed;
3. Remove the various components as
described in the following paragraphs.
2. If the blade cover is tight, loosen it
by applying pressure to the tension
rod knob.
Take out the tension rod and
remove the blade cover.
Remove the food plate
1. With the regulating knob of the
thickness plate on its SAFE position,
thickness plate fully closed (see
pag.3); pull back the plate holder
support all the way towards the
operator;
2. Turn the locking knob
counterclockwise all the way while
keeping the support at the end until
the safety device of the thickness plate
can be heard.
WARNING: To correctly carry out
this operation it could be necessary
to move the thickness regulating
knob at the same time taking it 1- 2
mm over the ’0’ position.
3. Take out the whole group by
pulling it upwards.
WARNING: ensure the food presss
is down on the food plate before
lifting the food plate assembly off
the slicer
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1. Remove the slice deflector.
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Removing the sharpener
2.Remove
the
whole
sharpener by pulling upwards.
1. Loosen (about 10 turns) the
side knob of the sharpener block
without removing it;
6.2.3. Cleaning the machine and the parts that have been removed
Products to be used
Only use hot water and a biodegradable detergent for dishes with a 7-8 PH, at a temperature of no lower than 30 °C using a soft, spongy cloth and a semi-rigid
nylon brush for the plate and the sharp food press.
WARNING: For cleaning the sharp areas of the plates, the food press and the blade, we recommend using protective gloves. Rinse well with a lot of hot
clean water and dry with a soft cloth or a spongy material. Do not clean the slicer with water or stream jets or similar methods.
ALWAYS ENSURE THE THICKNESS PLATE IS FULLY CLOSED AND
THE SLICER IS SWITCHED OFF BEFORE REACHING INTO THE
CUTTING AREA!
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Cleaning the blade
6.2.4. Knife removing tool instructions
WARNING: Use protective gloves and
concentrate on the job at hand.
RISK OF INJURY!
If your machine is supplied with a knife
remover please proceed as follows:
1. Press a damp cloth on the surface of
the blade and move it slowly from the
center to the edge, as shown in the
picture, on the side of the blade cover and
on the other side;
2. Dry in the same way using a dry cloth.
Cleaning the safety ring
Pass a damp cloth between the blade and
the safety ring.
Cleaning the machine body
1. Clean the machine body with a damp
cloth or a sponge rinsing frequently with
hot water;
2. Dry carefully.
NOTE: If you have a knife removing tool
then refer to section 6.2.4
Cleaning the sharpener
1. Clean the body with a damp cloth and
the grindstones with a semi-rigid nylon
brush;
2. Don’t immerse sharpener.
Cleaning the components in the base
The components contained in the base
do not need any special cleaning;
occasionally remove the dust that can
accumulate in the end area of the
carriage and of the thickness plate
regulation.
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WARNING: Cutting danger! Act with
attention and concentrate on the job.
- Disconnect the machine from the
electric mains supply;
- Remove the blade cover unscrewing
completely (counterclockwise) the
tension rod knob (see 6.2.2)
- Ensure the slide deflector is removed
before fitting the knife remouver;
- Fit the knife remover (1) as in the
drawing and insert the external edge of
the ring with attention, under the ring
(2);
- Adjust the knife remover correctly (1)
and screw the knurled knobs
completely in to the threaded holes of
the knife (3);
- Loosen and remove the screws (4)
fixing the blade to the pulley shaft;
- Pull off the knife remover with the
blade always using the knurled knobs
(3);
- Proceed to an accurate cleaning of
the machine, as described in section
6.2.3, and of the rear of blade from
the centre outwards and allow to dry;
- Now you can place the blade still fitted
on the knife remover back on to the
slicer following the above procedure,
in reverse.
WARNING: after removing the knife
removing tool check each of the blade
fixing screws to make sure they are
tight.
6.2.5. Reassembling the slicing machine
Reassembling the sharpener
1. Make sure the locking knob is loose
(about 10 turns);
Insert the sharpener as shown in the
picture until it stops at its correct
position.
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2. Block the sharpener by turning
the knob all the way.
Reassembling the blade cover
1. Replace the blade cover as
shown in the picture making sure
the square section joint is in its
proper place;
Reassembling the slice deflector
1. Place the slice deflector carefully
in its place as shown in the picture.
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2. Insert the tension rod for
locking and screw completely.
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Reassembling the food plate
1. Insert the entire group on the carriage as
shown in the picture;
NOTE: ensure the plate locking knob is
fully out (loose) or the food plate will not
drop down onto the support!
2. Tighten the locking knob;
3. Check that the carriage moves freely;
4. Check that the slice thickness regulator
works correctly.
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7. Maintenance and repairs
7.1. General information
The operator is allowed to carry out the following maintenance:
- Blade sharpening, periodically. The interval and length of the sharpening obviously depends on the use of the
machine (work times and type of product used)
- Lubrication of the carriage guide bars, weekly;
- Lubrication of guide rod/s of the plate and the food press, weekly;
- Check the condition of the electric cable and the cable gland on the base of the machine, periodically.
Maintenance to be carried out exclusively by personnel authorized by the maker is as follows:
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Replacing the blade;
Replacing the sharpener grindstones;
Replacing the motor belt;
Replacing the components of the electric system under the base;
Repairing the structural parts, repairing and/or replacing components under the base.
7.2. Sharpening the blade
NOTE: The sharpening operation is to be carried out only when the machine has been carefully cleaned as described in the previous paragraphs.
WARNING: The blade can be sharpened up until the distance between the cutting edge of the blade and the inside border of the protection is no more
than 6 mm. Once this value has been reached, it is NECESSARY TO REPLACE THE BLADE and this operation must be carried out EXCLUSIVELY by a
person who has been authorized to do so by the maker.
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7.2.1.
Carrying
sharpening
out
the
5. Release it and completely
retighten the locking knob;
NOTE:
Before
starting
this
operation,
check
that
the
grindstones have been cleaned;
paragraph 6.2.3.
1. Ensure the thickness regulator
knob is turned back to its SAFE
position, thickness plate fully
closed;
2. Pull back the food plate all the
way;
3. Loosen the locking knob of the
sharpening group (about 10 turns);
4. Lift the sharpener as shown in
the picture and turn it 180°;
WARNING: This operation must
be performed carefully and
attentively.
RISK OF INJURY!
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6. Start the blade by pressing
the WHITE button;
7. Carry out the sharpening of
the blade by pressing the
sharpening grindstone button
and keeping it pressed for 1015 seconds;
8. Let go of the above
mentioned button and stop the
blade by pressing the BLACK
button.
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Eliminating the sharpening burr
1. Re-start the blade by pressing
the WHITE button;
2. Press the finishing grindstone
and keep it pressed for 2-3
seconds;
3. Release the button;
4. Stop the blade by pressing the
BLACK button;
7.3. Lubricating the guide bars
of the carriage, arm and food
plate support (weekly)
WARNING:
Only
use
the
supplied oil.
If there is none, use white
vaseline oil.
DO NOT USE VEGETABLE
OILS!
1. Move the carriage closest to
the operator;
2. Insert the oiler in the special
hole;
3. Squeeze the oiler so that a
small amount of oil goes into the
hole;
4. Remove the oiler and slide the
carriage 3/4 times.
5. Loosen the locking knob of the
sharpener;
6. Lift it and turn it 180°; release it
until it stops and retighten the
locking knob;
7. Clean the slicing machine.
WARNING: Lower the sharpener
cover. Keep fingers clear of top of
blade.
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guide rod/s of the plate and
food press (weekly)
WARNING:
Only
use
the
supplied oil.
If there is none, use white
vaseline oil.
DO NOT USE VEGETABLE
OILS!
1. Put a small amount of oil on the
rod and slide the group 3/4 times;
2. Clean as necessary removing
any excess oil.
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8. Locating and eliminating failures
WARNING: In this chapter the most common problems caused while using the slicing machine are listed together with the necessary operations to
eliminate the possible causes. If the problem persists ask for assistance from a qualified person authorized by the maker, do not insist on looking for the
cause.
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
CURE
Pressing the start button the macìhine does not
start.
No electricity.
Check that the plug is correctly inserted.
Pressing the start button the machine starts but the
working light does not come on.
Light is detective.
Do not use the machine if the light does not work.
Contact service for assistance.
The machine starts but the motor heats up too
much, it gives off a bad odour.
Defective motor.
Do not use the machine.
Contact service fort assistance.
The machine vibrates.
The blade is not sharp.
Contact service for assistance.
Excessive resistance in cutting the product.
The blade is not sharp.
Sharpen the blade.
The blade slows or stops under stress.
Loose belt.
Contact service for assistance.
Grindstones are excessively dirty.
Clean the grindstones.
Grindstones worn out.
Replace the grindstones; contact service for assistance.
The blade is not sharp.
Sharpen the blade.
The blade is excessively used
Replace the blade.
Contact service for assistance.
Sharpening is no longer regular.
The sliced product is frayed and irregular
The machine does not stop when the stop button is
Control circuit is defective.
pressed.
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9. Electrical diagram
Tooled P.C.B.
230 VAC, 50-60 Hz
L1
N
EMERGENCY L. S.
F1
T1
STOP
K1
K1
START
R1
M
K1
SELF-RESET FUSE
D1
LED1
EMERGENCY L. S.
T1
START
LED
STOP
STOP
OFF
INPUT 230 V 50 Hz
ELECTRIC MOTOR 1 PH
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K1
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Tooet-3 P.C.B.
400 VAC, 50-60 Hz
L1
L2
L3
EMERGENCY L. S
F1
T1
STOP
KA1
KM1
KA1
START
D1
R1
M
LED1
KM1
KA1
L3, L2, L1
INPUT 400 V 50-60 Hz
STOP
KM1
KA1
ELECTRIC MOTOR 3PH
START
STOP
LED
START
OFF
SELF-RESET FUSE
EMERGENCY L. S.
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10. Dismantling the slicing machine
The machines are made up of:
- Aluminium/magnesium alloy structure;
- Insertions and various in stainless steel;
- Electric parts and wires;
- Electric motor;
- Plastic materials, etc.
If disassembly and dismantling are to be carried out by a third party, only consult firms that are authorized in the demolition of the above mentioned materials.
If you carry out the dismantling yourself the materials must be separated according to type and consult a specialized firm for their disposal.
Always abide by the regulations in force in your country.
WARNING: In any case it is necessary to consult the maker or qualified personnel authorized by the maker for removal of the circular blade and subsequent
removal of the “sharp edge of the blade” so that it can be disposed of safely.
DO NOT ABBANDON SCRAPS WHERE THERE IS FREE ACCESS (THERE SHOULD BE BARRIERS AND SIGNS) BECAUSE THIS CAN BE VERY
DANGEROUS FOR PEOPLE, SPECIALLY CHILDREN AND ANIMALS; THE OWNER HAS SOLE RESPONSIBILITY.
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