HANDLING, OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE GUIDE FOR THE

HANDLING, OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE GUIDE FOR THE
HANDLING, OPERATING AND
MAINTENANCE GUIDE FOR THE
APPLIANCES FOR THE PRODUCTION OF
PASTRY CREAM
Model CHEF CREAM TTi
Ver_CC_TT_001
Italian Gelato Concepts Pty Limited
PO Box 2134 Toowong Qld 4066
ABN 48 603 731 424
www.italiangelato.com.au
[email protected]
Mob: +61 (0) 411 089 142
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO USE THE GUIDE ...................................... 6
1.1
SYMBOLS USED IN THE GUIDE ........................................................ 6
2 GENERAL FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS ....................................... 7
2.1
GENERAL FEATURES ........................................................................ 7
2.2
IDENTIFICATION OF THE APPLIANCE ............................................. 9
2.3
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................... 9
3 TRANSPORTATION AND PLACEMENT OF THE APPLIANCE ............. 11
3.1
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREVENTING INJURIES .............................. 11
3.2
UNLOADING THE APPLIANCE FROM THE LORRY........................ 11
3.3
UNPACKING OF THE APPLIANCE................................................... 12
3.4
PLACING THE APPLIANCE ON PREMISES .................................... 12
4 REQUIREMENTS AND CONDITIONS FOR NORMAL OPERATION OF
THE APPLIANCE ............................................................................................ 13
4.1
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ..................................................... 13
4.2
WATER SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS ................................................. 14
4.3
ELECTRICITY SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS ....................................... 15
5 CONNECTING THE APPLIANCE ............................................................ 16
5.1
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREVENTION OF INJURIES ........................ 16
5.2
CONNECTING THE APPLIANCE TO THE WATER SUPPLY ........... 16
5.3
CONNECTING THE APPLIANCE TO THE POWER SUPPLY .......... 17
6 OPERATING THE APPLIANCE ............................................................... 19
7 CONTROL BOARD .................................................................................. 20
7.1
TOUCH SCREEN .............................................................................. 20
7.2
PUSH-BUTTON PANEL .................................................................... 35
7.3
FIRST USE OF THE MACHINE ......................................................... 41
7.4
LANGUAGE SELECTION .................................................................. 42
7.5
DATA DOWNLOAD with a USB key .................................................. 43
7.6
UPLOAD OF NEW PROGRAM OR NEW SOFTWARE..................... 47
8 PROGRAMS ............................................................................................. 49
9 PROGRAMS MENU.................................................................................. 50
9.1
HOW ACCESS TO THE PROGRAMS MENU: .................................. 50
9.2
STARTING OF THE PROGRAM ....................................................... 51
9.3
SETTINGS OF THE PROGRAM (shortcut button):............................ 53
9.4
SETTINGS OF THE CURRENT STEP: ............................................. 55
10 CHANGING MACHINE PARAMETERS ................................................... 57
10.1 RESET TO THE FACTORY SETTING .............................................. 57
10.2 LOCK/UNLOCK THE ACCESS TO OPERATION.............................. 59
11 PROTECTION OF THE USER AND OF THE MACHINE ......................... 63
11.1 PROTECTION OF THE USER........................................................... 63
11.2 ELECTRICAL OVERLOAD PROTECTION........................................ 63
11.3 THERMIC SAFETY DEVICES ........................................................... 63
11.4 PROTECTION OF THE COOLING SYSTEM .................................... 63
12 USE OF THE APPLIANCE ....................................................................... 64
12.1 INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PREVENTION OF INJURIES ................ 64
12.2 BASIC RULES FOR OPERATING THE APPLIANCE........................ 65
12.3 PRODUCTION CYLINDER COVER LID............................................ 65
12.4 PISTON LEVER ................................................................................. 66
12.5 BEFORE APPLIANCE USAGE .......................................................... 67
12.6 MIXTURE PRODUCTION .................................................................. 68
12.7 MIXTURE EJECTION ........................................................................ 68
13 CLEANING OF THE APPLIANCE ............................................................ 69
13.1 INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PREVENTION OF INJURIES ................ 69
13.2 CLEANING THE SURFACES OF THE APPLIANCE ......................... 70
13.3 USING THE SHOWER FOR CLEANING........................................... 70
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13.4 CLEANING OF PARTS THAT COME IN CONTACT WITH THE ICE
CREAM MIXTURE ........................................................................................ 71
14 MAINTENANCE OF THE APPLIANCE .................................................... 81
14.1 INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREVENTION OF INJURIES ........................ 81
14.2 PROBLEMS, ERRORS AND TROUBLESHOOTING ........................ 81
14.3 REGULAR MAINTENANCE INSPECTION PLAN.............................. 82
14.4 TESTING START UP ......................................................................... 82
14.5 REGULATION OF THE WATER FEED VALVE ................................. 82
14.6 82
14.7 ENVIRONMENT TEMPERATURES BELOW 0°C ............................. 83
14.8 ORDERING SPARE PARTS .............................................................. 84
STARTING THE MACHINE
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STARTING THE MACHINE
With quick key MIXING:
MIXING - button for the continuous mixing.
With quick key COOLING & FREEZING:
COOLING & FREEZING - button for the continuous mixing.
With quick key AUTOMATIC PASTEURIZATION:
AUTOMATIC PASTEURIZATION - button for the automatic
pasteurization at 85°C.
With quick key ONE:
ONE - button for the automatic pastry cream at 95°C.
With quick key TWO:
TWO - button for the pastry cream User 1
With quick key THREE
THREE - button for user customized program 1
With quick key FOUR
FOUR - button for the automatic low pasteurization at 65°C.
With quick key for EXTRACTION
EXTRACTION – button for extraction of mixture.
For more information read the entire manual.
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1 INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO USE THE GUIDE
We, the company VALMAR, care that you operate your machine at its best and
most cost effective. Therefore we have prepared this instruction manual, in
order to assist you with your machine. The instruction manual must be stored
near the machine, so you will be able to access it when needed.
Only authorized persons (operators), who know how to operate the appliance,
are allowed to handle and operate it. Operators must read and study the
manual carefully and they must follow the instructions.
The company VALMAR can not be held responsible for any kind of damage or
injuries occurred due to non-consideration of the instruction manual.
Further to these instructions, all applicable environmental legislation and
regulations regarding safety at work must be taken into consideration.
Handling the appliance requires caution which is expressed in the manual with
symbols.
Pictures in the manual may differ from your
1.1 SYMBOLS USED IN THE GUIDE
This symbol represents important content in the manual. You should study the
text accompanied with this symbol carefully. Disregard of instructions and
warning symbols may lead to serious personal injury and damage to the
appliance.
This symbol represents explicit prohibition of specific actions or operations.
When you see this symbol, special attention should be paid to its meaning.
This symbol calls your attention to the importance of the text as regards proper
handling of the appliance, but without danger of personal injury.
This symbol means that the content of the text is of a technical nature and is
related to technical specifications.
This symbol is an instruction to proceed with caution while engaging in a
specific operation referred to in the text.
This symbol means that the action to which it refers may also be carried out by
persons skilled in the operation of the appliance.
This symbol is a warning that any action or operation referred to in the text must
be carried out only by authorized servicing personnel.
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2 GENERAL FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 GENERAL FEATURES
The appliance is designed exclusively for the pastry cream production and the
processing of fresh ice cream. The manufacturing company VALMAR cannot be
held liable in any way for personal injuries or damage caused to the appliance
in cases when the appliance has been used for any other purposes than those
specified.
The appliance consists of:
main construction
side panels and top cover
mixture producing cylinder with mixer
electrical assembly
hydraulic assembly (water)
hydraulic assembly (glycol)
cooling assembly
heating assembly
It is forbidden to reassemble, alter or in any way modify the appliance or any
part of the appliance without an express permission of the manufacturer.
This appliance is designed in compliance with the following European
directives:
CEE 2006/42/EC and updates,
CEE 2006/95/EC and updates,
CEE 2004/108/EC and updates,
CEE 89/109 and updates,
CEE 1935/2004 and updates,
CEE 2023/2006 and updates,
CEE 72/2002 and updates.
and following standards:
EN ISO 12100-2:2003+A1:2009
EN 60204:2006+A1:2009
EN ISO 14121-1:2007
EN ISO 13857:2008
EN 61310-1 + EN 61310-2
EN ISO 14159
This appliance is fully compliant with all legal standards for operational safety.
The level of operating noise does not exceed 75 dB (in front of the machine).
Cooling is carried out with the use of ecological gas (see the silver plate on the
back side of the machine) and water condenser with the possibility of mounting
air condenser.
With the intention to provide our customers with a well-tested appliance, ready
for normal operation, the initial start-up is always carried out at the factory by
the manufacturer before the product is packed and shipped to our client.
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Additional start-up and appliance's adjustments can be made on the client's
premises by technicians authorized by VALMAR.
Set the appliance in a suitable place, block the wheels movement to ensure
stability, and connect it to the water and power supplies. Connected appliance
with blocked wheels is ready for operation.
The price of the appliance does not include installation costs and the cost of the
demonstration of its operation.
The warranty does not include replacements or repairs of malfunctions caused
by incorrect connection of the appliance.
The quality and the quantity of the cream depend on:
temperature of the cooling water;
temperature of air;
final temperature of the mixture;
quantity and quality of the cream mixture.
Put the ingredients into the production basin, close the lid and press one of the
quick keys
,
,
,
,
, or START
key. The appliance will produce
the needed mixture based on selected program.
Appliance operations:
simultaneous mixing and heating of the mixture untill the pre-selected
temperature (max 115°C),
simultaneous mixing and cooling of the mixture to 4°C and maintaining
the produced mass at a temperature of 4~5°C;
possible mixing modes in production basin:
constant,
impulsive,
fast,
slow.
The warranty does not include replacements or repairs of malfunctions caused
by incorrect use of the appliance.
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2.2 IDENTIFICATION OF THE APPLIANCE
Every appliance has its own identification label, which is fixed on the backside
of the appliance.
The ID label contains the essential technical specifications of the appliance:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
manufacturer
manufacturers address
model
serial number
power supply voltage
nominal frequency
7. maximum current
8. cooling gas type
9. cooling gas weight
10. power
11. year of manufacture
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
6
10
9
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The ID label must not be removed or damaged!
2.3 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
The appliances essential technical specifications:
power supply voltage (see appliance label)
maximum current (see appliance label)
power (see appliance label)
nominal frequency (see appliance label)
water consumption
production capacity
capacity of a cylinder cycle
weight
dimensions
All technical specifications, such as the weight, dimensions and power of the
appliance are not mandatory for the manufacturer and may change.
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MODEL
WEIGHT
CHEF CREAM
30TTi
60 TTi
130 TTi
* The
Kg
160
180
290
DIMENSION (mm)
Width
550
600
750
Depth
870
870
870
POWER
WATER FLUX
cca
KW
3,9
8,2
13,3
* l/cycle
120
150
210
Height
1030
1030
1160
water consumption in cylinder depends on:
the incoming water temperature,
the cream mixture (type),
the cream mixture temperature,
the required final mixture temperature.
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SINGLE QUANTITY
VOLUME/CYCLE
Min kg
15
20
50
Max kg
30
60
130
3 TRANSPORTATION AND PLACEMENT OF THE
APPLIANCE
3.1 INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREVENTING INJURIES
Pay due attention to legally required safety measures.
At work wear suitable clothing. Do not wear ties, jewellery chains or belts, which
could get caught in the machine.
Do not shift or dislocate the safety switches or protective parts.
Make sure that the lifting device is in good condition and that its load capacity
exceeds the weight of the appliance (refer to the technical specifications data
sheet).
Lift the appliance following the instructions for its use and maintenance. Pay
attention to the handling and handgrip locations. The use of a suitable lifting
device is recommended.
While lifting or moving the appliance do not stand under the machine.
Do not turn or move the appliance by holding or pulling the cables or the water
hose.
Do not stand on the applicance. If you have to do any work above the
appliance, you should use a suitable ladder and not the appliance for support.
3.2 UNLOADING THE APPLIANCE FROM THE LORRY
Required devices are a hand lift for pallets and a forklift truck with load capacity
of at least 1,200 kg.
Lift the crate containing the appliance using the hydraulic palette lift and move it
as close to the open side of the lorry as possible.
Remove the hand lift from underneath and handle the crate with the forklift
truck. Make sure that the weight is focused on the holding points.
Remove the crate from the lorry with the forklift truck in reverse gear as soon as
the crate is moved out of the lorry lower the crate to the minimal height of
around 30 cm.
Slowly and carefully place the box containing the appliance in its place. To
move the appliance around on the premises use wheels, which are supplied
with the appliance.
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3.3 UNPACKING OF THE APPLIANCE
Upon the delivery of the appliance check if the crate was not damaged during
transportation.
The appliance is fixed to the pallet with two packing strips and then covered
with the carton box which is fixed to the pallet with additional two packing strips.
When the machine is unpacked, make sure that the packaging is disposed in a
suitable manner and in compliance with standards on environmental safety.
3.4 PLACING THE APPLIANCE ON PREMISES
Place the machine on a level solid surface with an adequate strength of at least
600 kg per m² for the weight of the machine, and position the appliance at least
60 cm away from the wall or other objects. Leave enough space in front of the
appliance to ensure comfortable access and work with the appliance.
While placing the appliance in position, block the front wheels (by pressing the
brake), which will ensure that the appliance will not be able to move.
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4 REQUIREMENTS AND CONDITIONS FOR
NORMAL OPERATION OF THE APPLIANCE
Before connecting the appliance to electricity supply, the operator must make
sure that environment requirements have been met: the temperature and
humidity of the air must be appropriate and the water supply and electricity
networks comply with all requirements for normal operation of the appliance.
When the characteristics of either the water supply or electricity network fail to
meet the requirements for normal operation, the machine must not be
connected to power supply.
4.1 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Prior to connecting the appliance, the temperature and the humidity of the
environment, in which the appliance will be operated, must be assessed and
checked.
AIR TEMPERATURE
AIR HUMIDITY
min.
10°C
0%
max.
38°C
85%
If room temperature drops under 0 ºC (273K), water must be released from the
condenser.
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4.2 WATER SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS
Prior to connecting the appliance to the power source, the temperature,
pressure and water flow from the water supply network must be checked.
Permitted water temperature and water pressure from the water supply network:
WATER TEMPERATURE
WATER PRESSURE
WATER FLOW
min.
5°C
100kPa (1bar)
400 l/min
max.
30°C
800kPa (8bar)
/
Water supply must be checked for all conditions that are required for alimentary
use.
Low water pressure causes the cooling system to function improperly. The
cooling gas does not condense, thus causing the compressor to overload. In
such cases, the safety pressure valve kicks in and switches off the compressor.
The results of mixture treating and ice cream production when the water
pressure is too low are not as good as when the water pressure is normal.
The maximum presence of chlorides in water is 120 ppm. Exchangers are not
suitable for the use of salt water.
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4.3 ELECTRICITY SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS
Prior to connecting the appliance to the power source, the voltage and the
maximum power current allowed in the network must be checked and the
appliance must be protected externally with FUSES and the MAIN SWITCH.
Permitted voltage of three-phase appliances (400/50/3):
nominal voltage
400V
min. voltage
380V (400V–5%)
max. voltage
420V (400V+5%)
Permitted voltage of three-phase appliances (230/50/3, 230/60/3):
nominal voltage
230V
min. voltage
220V (230V–5%)
max. voltage
240V (230V+5%)
Permitted voltage of one-phase appliances (230/50/1):
nominal voltage
230V
min. voltage
220V (230V–5%)
max. voltage
240V (230V+5%)
The diameter of each phase conductor must be of an appropriate dimension
(corresponding to the power of the fuses). It is also necessary to check the
frequency.
The MAIN SWITCH must be installed in the immediate vicinity of the appliance,
where it must be easily visible, accessible to the operator and appropriately
marked.
Magnetothermic differential FUSES (slot ≥ 3 mm) of appropriate dimensions
must be installed between the electricity network and the MAIN SWITCH.
model
CHEF CREAM 30 TTi
CHEF CREAM 60 TTi
CHEF CREAM 130 TTi
max. current
16 A
20 A
32 A
fuse type
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
The position of the MAIN SWITCH with the FUSES in the power circuit scheme
of the appliance:
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5 CONNECTING THE APPLIANCE
5.1 INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREVENTION OF INJURIES
When the characteristics of either the water supply or electricity network fail to
meet the requirements for normal operation, the machine must not be
connected to the power supply.
It is forbidden to connect the appliance to the power source when the floor
around the appliance is wet.
It is forbidden to connect the appliance to the power source if any of the side
panels and the cover is missing.
5.2 CONNECTING THE APPLIANCE TO THE WATER SUPPLY
The water supply regulation valve is connected to the WATER SUPPLY PORT.
The water outlet pipe is connected to the WATER OUTLET PORT and to the
outlet pipe leading to the drain. All these terminals have a diameter of 3/4" and
are located on the backside of the machine.
To connect the appliance to the water supply (water supply port) and the outlet
to the drain (water outlet port), use pipes capable of withstanding 1MPa and
measuring at least ½” in diameter (make sure upon the delivery that the pipes
are supplied with the appliance).
WATER SUPPLY
(shower - drinkable
water)
WATER OUTLET
(condenser)
COOLING WATER SUPPLY
(condenser)
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If the appliance is meant to be used in areas with two separate water supplies,
two separate water connectors are built in it, one for each: a DRINKING
WATER SUPPLY PORT and a COOLING WATER SUPPLY PORT
(condenser).
The valve belonging to the cooling water supply must not be connected to the
DRINKING WATER SUPPLY PORT.
The valve belonging to the drinking water supply may be connected to the
COOLING WATER SUPPLY PORT and/or to the DRINKING WATER SUPPLY
PORT.
The valve should be opened after the appliance has been connected to the
water supply system.
5.3 CONNECTING THE APPLIANCE TO THE POWER
SUPPLY
Only appropriately trained technicians are allowed to connect the appliance to
the electrical current. They must follow installation instructions and observe the
occupational safety regulations applying in the country in which the appliance is
being installed. They must read the instructions carefully and above all
thoroughly familiarize themselves with the sections on REQUIREMENTS AND
CONDITIONS FOR NORMAL OPERATION OF THE APPLIANCE and the
machine’s electrical circuit scheme.
Before connecting the appliance, all attachments that might have become loose
during transportation must be checked. Attachments that may have become
loose or disconnected must be screwed back on and tightened.
Connecting instructions for three-vein cable (one-phase appliances – 230/50/1):
phase type
L1
230 V ~
N
230 V ~
PE
ground
colour
brown
blue
yellow-green
Connecting instructions for four-vein cable (three-phase appliances – 230/50/3
or 230/60/3):
phase type
L1
230 V ~
L2
230 V ~
L3
230 V ~
PE
ground
colour
black
brown
grey
yellow-green
Connecting instructions for five-vein cable (three-phase appliances – 400/50/3):
phase type
L1
400 V ~
L2
400 V ~
L3
400 V ~
N
neutral
PE
ground
color
black
brown
grey
blue
yellow-green
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A test start-up of the appliance is carried out by an appropriately trained
electrician who has also connected the machine so as to make sure that it is
properly connected (see the section on MAINTENANCE).
If the appliance is correctly connected to the mains the mixer in the production
cylinder should be turning in clockwise direction.
Production basin mixer, installed in appliances with built-in inverter, will rotate in
the correct direction regardless of the connecting position of either of the
phases.
After connecting the appliance to the electricity network, appropriately trained
electrician must also control the power consumption. The current must not
exceed the maximum allowed on the identification plate or sticker (see the
section GENERAL FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS).
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6 OPERATING THE APPLIANCE
The user operates the appliance standing in front of appliance. This position
allows user to handle the control board and the safety switch.
The appliance must be always under users control during operation.
WATER SHOWER
CONTROL BOARD
SAFETY SWITCH
The control panel is used to display the status or the operation phase the
machine is in, to perform settings and to show messages and errors while
producing ice cream.
The safety switch is used to safely and securely switch of the electronics. The
electronics is switched off by pressing down the switch-off key in the normal
position and then depressing it. The switch will normally remain down and must
be pulled back up by hand to return to its normal position.
The water pipe is used for cleaning of the appliance.
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7 CONTROL BOARD
Control board is composed from touch screen and control panel.
7.1 TOUCH SCREEN
7.1.1 Inactive home screen:
1
2
4
11
3
DESCRIPTION:
1
TUTOR MESSAGES help users by giving them
instructions and information about the processing. They
also provide information on any errors and give warnings
on operations.
2
STATE OF THE MACHINE (standby).
3
Use this button to enter in the
SETTINGS MENU
4
QUICK PROGRMS KEYS.
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7.1.2 Settings menu screen:
3
2
1
11
4
11
5
10
11
9
8
7
6
DESCRIPTION:
1
Use this function to enter the
PROGRAM MENU
2
Use this function to enter
MACHINE PARAMETERS
3
Use this function to enter
LANGUAGE SELECTION
4
Function to be used only by
Valmar technicians
5
Use this function to enter the
CODE screen, password is
needed.
6
Use this function to enter the
electronic info screen and check
electronic data: number, latest
update, software version, etc.
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7
Use this function to enter, check
and change settings such as
date, time, units of
measurement
(Celsius/Fahrenheit,
liters/gallons) or water quantity
8
Press the BACK button to return
to the previous screen
9
Press the HOME button to
return to the main screen
10
For technicians - net connection.
By entering correct code you
can display touch screen display
on a computer or other device
with a web browser.
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Use this function to reset to
factory settings. A password is
needed for reset. All saved
values will be cleared.
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7.1.3 Info menu screen:
1
7
2
8
3
9
4
10
5
6
12
11
DESCRIPTION:
1
Type of the machine.
2
Version number of the data base.
3
The date of the last update.
4
Serial number of the electronic.
5
IP address.
7
Version number of the software.
6
MAC address (media access control address)
8
Version number of the firmware (relay board).
9
Total hours of working.
10
Total hours of standbay.
11
Press BACK to return to the previous screen.
12
Press HOME to return to the main screen.
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7.1.1 Settings screen:
3
1
5
2
6
4
16
7
8
15
14
13
11
10
9
12
DESCRIPTION:
1
Year setting.
2
Time setting.
3
Month setting.
4
Minutes setting.
5
Day setting.
6
Liter/Gallon setting.
7
Beep volume setting.
8
Button volume setting.
9
Press BACK to return to the previous page.
10
Press HOME to return to the main screen.
11
Function not present on Chef Cream machine.
12
Celsius/Fahrenheit temperature unit setting.
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13
Save new settings.
14
DOWN BUTTON decreases the actual value.
15
ACTUAL VALUES.
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UP BUTTON increases the actual value.
In the SETTINGS screen you can set the following parameters:
1.
2.
3.
4.
DATE: year
month
day
;
TIME: hours
minutes
;
WATER UNIT OF MEASUREMENT:
liters or gallons
UNIT OF TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT:
(celsius or
fahrenheit);
5. BEEP VOLUME
;
6. BUTTON VOLUME:
.
DESCRIPTION:
Press the
button. Set the current year
on the display by using the
arrows. Confirm with the
button.
Factory default – central European time
zone.
Press the
button. Set the current month
on the display by using the
arrows. Confirm with the
button.
Factory default – central European time
zone
Press the
button. Set the current day
on the display by using the
arrows. Confirm with the
button.
Factory default – central European time
zone.
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Press
to activate the hour button. Set
the hour
on the display by using the
arrows. Confirm with the
button.
Factory default AUT – central European
time zone with automatic adjustment of the
winter and summer time.
Two possibilities normal or AUT.
Press
to activate the minutes button.
Set the minutes
the
button.
on the display by using
arrows. Confirm with the
Factory default – central European time
zone.
Press the
button. Select liters or
gallons as unit of measurement by using the
arrows. Confirm with the
button.
Factory default – liters.
Press the
button. Select Celsius or
Fahrenheit as unit of measurement by using
the
button.
arrows. Confirm with the
Factory default – Celsius.
Press the
button. Adjust the volume
of the signal by using the
Confirm with the
arrows.
button.
Factory default – value 100.
Press the
button. Adjust the volume
of the button by using the
Confirm with the
button.
Factory default – value 70.
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arrows.
7.1.2 Program menu screen:
1
2
9
8
3
4
5
6
10
7
DESCRIPTION:
1
ICE CREAM PROGRAM MENU
Select the MILK button to enter the list of programs for milk
ice cream;
2
SORBET, SLUSH, FRUIT SAUCE AND TOPPING
PROGRAM MENU
Select the FRUIT button to enter the list of programs for
fruit sorbets, slush and sugar syrups;
3
PROGRAM MENU FOR CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM AND
OTHER CHOCOLATE PRODUCTS
Select the CHOCO button to enter the list of programs for
chocolate ice cream, toppings, sauces, ganache, creams;
4
CUSTOMIZED PROGRAM Select the CUSTOM button to
enter the list of custom programs;
5
PROGRAM MENU FOR PASTRY PRODUCTS
Select the PASTRY button to enter the list of programs for
custard and pastry cremes;
6
GASTRO MENU
Select the GASTRO button to enter the list of program
7
FACTORY MENU
Select the FACTORY PROGRAMS button to enter the list
of programs for special functions such as variegated ice
cream extractions, variable speed ice cream extraction,
mixing, etc.;
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8
Press BACK to return to the previous screen;
9
Press HOME to return to the inactive home screen;
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TUTOR MESSAGES help users by giving them
instructions and information about the processing. They
also provide information on any errors and give warnings
on operations;
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7.1.3 Program list screen:
1
2
3
4
5
11
10
9
8
7
6
DESCRIPTION:
1
TUTOR MESSAGES help users by giving them instructions
and information about the processing. They also provide
information on any errors and give warnings on operations.
2
Program name and number.
3
Selected program. When pressed, the button changes color
and becomes black.
4
Button UP to scroll the program list.
5
Button DOWN to scroll the program list.
6
NOT ACTIVE Press the button to enter the step settings
screen. NOT ACTIVE To be used only by Valmar
technicians.
7
Press PROGRAM INFO BUTTON
to have a short program
description.
8
Press OK to confirm the selected program.
9
Press CHANGE to link the program with one of the four
quick start buttons on the push-button panel and on the
main display.
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10
Press BACK to return to the previous screen.
11
Press HOME to return to the inactive home screen.
7.1.4 Program list text screen:
1
2
2
4
3
1
Program description text
2
Cursor UP and DOWN.
Use the arrows to scroll the text
...
3
Press BACK to return to the previous screen
4
Press HOME to return to the inactive home screen
Press the program info button for a description of the selected program and
information on how to use it.
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7.1.5 Active program screen:
2
1
4
3
12
5
6
11
9
10
8
7
DESCRIPTION:
1
TUTOR MESSAGES help users giving them instructions
and information about the processing. They also provide
information on any errors and give warnings on operations.
2
PROGRAM NUMBER.
3
SET button.
Select this button to enter the
parameters of current program
step.
4
PROGRAM NAME.
5
FORCE MIXING button.
Select this button to activate the high mixing for 10 seconds.
6
HALF-BASIN HEATING button.
Select this button to activate the heating only with heater
which is positionated in the lower part of the basin.
7
SNAIL BUTTON decreases the actual speed. If the button is
grey the decrease is not allowed.
8
MIXER SPEED DISPLAY.
9
ROCKET BUTTON increases the actual speed. If the button
is grey the increase is not allowed.
10
TEMPERATUR DISPLAY – temperature of mixture being
heatied or cooled.
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11
TIME OF CURRENT STEP DISPLAY.
12
PLUS button. Select this button to
enter in additional display.
If the operator is not operating (touching) on active program screen
the machine after a few seconds enters the active home screen:
To return to active program screen click anywhere on the active home screen.
7.1.6 Active program parameters screen:
2
1
3
8
4
7
5
6
DESCRIPTION:
1
TUTOR MESSAGES help users giving them instructions
and information about the processing. They also provide
information on any errors and give warnings on operations.
2
UP BUTTON increases the actual value. If the button is grey
the increasing is not allowed.
3
TEMPERATURE of the mixture.
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4
CONFIREM BUTTON confirms the selected value. If the
button is grey the confirmation is not allowed.
5
DOWN BUTTON decreases the actual value. If the button is
grey the decreasing is not allowed.
6
CONFIREM BUTTON confirms the selected value. .If the
button is grey the confirmation is not allowed.
7
Press BACK to return to the previous screen
8
CURRENT STEP TIME DURATION DISPLAY.
In programs (cooling, heating) when you change the value you change the
value in active step. When the actual step is finished the machine alerts us with
an audible signal and the new step is show in the TUTOR MESSAGES.
7.1.7 Additional active programs screen:
1
2
3
12
11
4
10
9
8
7
6
5
DESCRIPTION
1
TUTOR MESSAGES help users giving them instructions
and information about the processing. They also provide
information on any errors and give warnings on operations.
2
PROGRAM NUMBER.
3
PROGRAM NAME.
4
Press the button to enter the
parameters screen (only for
Valmar technicians).
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5
EXTRACTION FOR MAXIMUM QUANTITY.
Select this button to activate the mixing which will gradually
increase until full ice cream extraction (not present on Chef
Cream).
6
STANDARD EXTRACTION.
Select this button to activate the mixing which will gradually
increase until full ice cream extraction (not present on Chef
Cream).
7
EXTRACTION FOR MAXIMUM QUANTITY of
VARIEGATED ICE CREAM.
Select this button to activate the mixing which will gradually
increase until full ice cream extraction (not present on Chef
Cream).
8
SET button.
Select this button to enter in
parameters of current program
step.
9
Press BACK to return to the previous screen.
10
Press HOME to return to the dual inactive home screen.
11
Press info to have a short program
description.
12
STEP NUMBER.
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7.2 PUSH-BUTTON PANEL
7.2.1.1
7.2.1.1.1
START CYCLE button
START with the START CYCLE button on the PUSH-BUTTON PANEL
The START CYCLE button
is always set to one of the menu programs
(except when first using the machine).
1. Press the button
to display the set
NEW program or the LAST program used
screen.
2. Press START CYCLE
again to start the
program (NEW or LAST).
3. Active program screen.
To change the program set to the START CYCLE button
(tips: Press the
button to change the program set to the START CYCLE button. The machine switches to the
programs menu screen. Enter one of the menu icons and select the desired program. For
further information see the chapter 9.2 Starting of the programs.)
All menu programs are started with the START CYCLE button .
The end of the cycle is notified by a beep and a light signal (if any). A message
is displayed to take out the mixture. Should the operator not take out the
mixture after the notice, the machine will maintain the mixture temperature
automatically until extraction or until the end of the maximum time limit.
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7.2.1.1.2
START with the START CYCLE BUTTON from the MENU
1. Press the button
to display the set
NEW program or the LAST program used.
2. Select one of the icons representing the
various menus to enter the list of available
programs.
3. Use the UP / DOWN arrows
to
scroll the list of available programs.
Select the desired program by pressing the
relevant button (e.g. 01). When pressed,
the button changes color and becomes
black.
4. Press the
button to start the machine.
The end of the cycle is notified by a beep
and a light signal (if any). A message is
displayed to take out the ice cream. The
machine will keep ice cream consistency
automatically until extraction, i.e. until the
end of the maximum time limit.
5. When the program is run, the machine
enters active program screen.
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7.2.1.2
Key CONTINUOUS MIXING
The CONTINUOUS MIXING
button activates the low mixing until the
maximum time limit. The low mixing can be used for:
mixing mixtures in the cylinder,
rinsing the cylinder,
washing the cylinder at the end of production.
1. Press the
button to start a low
continuos mixing – preset program 00.
2. The machine starts with speed 4 mixing
until the limit. This program permits
changing of the mixer speed and time.
By pressing STOP button
7.2.1.3
you can stop mixing (in any phase).
Key FORCE MIXING
The FORCE MIXING
button activate the fast mixing for 30 seconds.
1. Press the
button to start a FORCE
continuos mixing.
2. The machine enters high mixing for 30
seconds regardless of the active program
step and without affecting it.
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If you press
button the enters high mixing for 30 seconds and then stops. It
is used when the product needs to be mixed at high speed for a short time, e.g.
when solid ingredients or liquid fats are added into the mixture, when the set
temperature is achieved during heating to micronize the mixture, and to
emulsify the mixture after being still for some time.
The force mixing program cannot be changed by the user.
By presing STOP button
7.2.1.4
you can stop fast mixing (in any phase).
Key COOLING & FREEZING
The COOLING & FREEZING
button activates cooling with continuous
mixing of the mixture in the production basin troughout the selected program.
1. Press the button
program 01.
to start pre-set
2. The machine starts with cooling and
continuous mixing. This program is used
when the cooling cycle has been stopped
by pressing the STOP button, or to cool the
mixture and other liquids at +4°C. The
machine cools the mixture at +4°C and
automatically switches to maintenance
mode. Press the COOLING button
(snowflake icon) on the push-button panel
or START CYCLE to start the program.
By pressing STOP button
you can stop cooling (in any phase).
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7.2.1.5
Key AUTOMATIC PASTEURIZATION
The AUTOMATIC PASTEURIZATION
button activates heating cycle at
85°C with continuous mixing of the mixture in the production basin in trough the
selected program.
1. Press the button
program 02.
to start pre-set
2. The machine starts with automatic
pasteurization cycle at 85°C. First the
machine heating at 40°C then the customer
can introiduced solid ingredients and then
the machine heating until the 85°C target
temperature is achieved - the cycle is
reversed and the cooling starts. The
machine automatically switches to
maintenance mode at 4°C.
By pressing STOP button
phase).
7.2.1.6
you can stop the automatic pasteurization (in any
Key STOP / RESET
The STOP button
stops all active functions and operating program of the
machine regardless of the phase of machine.
The HOME inactive screen is displayed.
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7.2.1.7
QUICK keys
The quick button allows for easier and quicker
access to the preselected program.
The quick button allows for easier and quicker
access to the preselected program.
The quick button allows for easier and quicker
access to the preselected program.
The quick button allows for easier and quicker
access to the preselected program.
The quick button allows for easier and
quicker access to the preselected program.
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7.3 FIRST USE OF THE MACHINE
Before using the machine for the first time it is necessary to select the
language. If the language is not selected machine after 30 seconds defaults to
English language.
1. Wait for the machine to start.
2. After startup screen with Valmar logo, the
LANGUAGE SELECTION screen is
automatically displayed.
3. Select the desired language. If it is not on
the screen, press the button to enter
language selection screen 2.
4. To return to language selection screen 1
press the button
5. Press the button corresponding to the
desired language. The warning notice
screen with confirmation button is displayed.
6. Read the text and then press the confirm
button
to confirm you understand
disclaimer.
7. The HOME screen is displayed. The
machine is ready for use in the selected
language.
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7.4 LANGUAGE SELECTION
The touch screen operates in one of available languages. Language can be
changed after the first use of the machine. In this example we will change from
Italian to English language.
1. On inactive HOME screen press the TOOLS
button
to enter the setting menu screen.
2. Press the LANGUAGE button
enter the LANGUAGE screen.
to
3. Press the button corresponding to the
desired language. The warning notice
screen with confirmation button is displayed.
4. Read the text and then press the confirm
button
to confirm you understand
disclaimer.
5. The HOME screen is displayed. The
machine is ready for use in the selected
language.
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7.5 DATA DOWNLOAD with a USB key
7.5.1 Data download for analysis – protected files for sending to
VALMAR GLOBAL!
1. On inactive HOME page press the TOOLS
button
to enter in setting menu screen.
2. Press the PARAMETERS button
enter the PARAMETERS screen.
to
3. Insert the USB key into the USB port.
4. Press USB button
to enter in the
PASSWORD screen.
5. Enter the password - user code 333333.
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6. Press the CONFIRM
or ENTER
button to confirm entered password and
download data to the USB key.
7. On the TUTOR MESSAGES bar message
“Downloading” appears.
8. When the download is complete “Download
OK” appears on the TUTOR MESSAGES
bar. Remove the USB key and send data to
VALMAR GLOBAL company.
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7.5.2 Data download of ERRORS
1. On inactive HOME page press the TOOLS
button
to enter in setting menu screen.
2. Press the PARAMETERS button
enter the PARAMETERS screen.
to
3. Insert the USB key into the USB port.
4. Press ERROR button to enter in the ERROR
screen.
5. Use the UP / DOWN arrows
to scroll
the errors to see the detailed information on
selected error.
6. Press USB button
the USB key.
to download errors to
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7. On the TUTOR MESSAGES bar message
“Downloading” appears.
8. When the download is complete “Download
OK” appears on the TUTOR MESSAGES
bar. Remove the USB key.
7.5.3 OPTION (surcharge) - download HACCP data of the machine,
cycle (customer)
1. On inactive HOME page press the TOOLS
button
to enter in setting menu screen.
2. Press the PARAMETERS button
enter the PARAMETERS screen.
to
3. Insert the USB key into the USB port.
4. Press HACCP button
HACCP screen.
to enter in
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5. Press USB button
data to the USB key.
to download HCCP
6. On the TUTOR MESSAGES bar message
“Downloading” appears.
7. When the download is complete “Download
OK” appears on the TUTOR MESSAGES
bar. Remove the USB key.
7.6 UPLOAD OF NEW PROGRAM OR NEW SOFTWARE
The program is uploaded only when the machine is powered off before inserting
the USB key with nev version!
1. Make sure the machine is OFF before starting.
You can do this by pressing safety switch (red
button). Then Insert the USB key with new
database and/or program.
2. Pull out the safety switch (red button) to switch
ON the machine.
3. New software is uploaded automatically. At first
the machine start screen is displayed.
4. A pop up message appears. Confirm the
updated by pressing OK button. Check if
everything is updated (info menu screen). If
confirm pop up message is not displayed during
start, then software update cannot proceed.
Check USB key on a computer.
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8. The start with updated software is like first use of
new machine. Firstly the LANGUAGE
SELECTION screen appears. Select the desired
language.
5. Read the text and then press the confirm button
to confirm you understand disclaimer.
6. The HOME screen is displayed. The machine is
ready for use in the selected language.
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8 PROGRAMS
Each program consists of steps. (You can see the number of steps in additional
screen - see chapter 7.1.7) If the program permits customization, during each
step, you can change:
•
Mixing speed (if the rocket and snail buttons are greyed out, the
changing is not allowed – see chapter 7.1.5);
•
Mixture temperature (if the up and down buttons are greyed out, the
changing is not allowed - see chapter 7.1.6);
•
Maintenance time (if the up and down buttons are greyed out, the
changing is not allowed - see chapter 7.1.6);
Exemple: Program pastry cream 95
Program consitst of 4 steps:
•
•
•
•
Step 1: heating of the mixture to 40°C;
Step 2: heating of the mixture to 95°C;
Step 3: maintenance of the mixture at 85°C;
Step 4: cooling of the mixture to 10°C;
After starting the program by pressing any of the
,
,
,
,
,
buttons, during each step, you can modify, if the program permits, with
and
•
•
button:
temperature of the mixture (active program parameters screen);
maintenance time (active program parameters screen);
and with the
•
and
button:
mixing speed (active program parameters screen).
The change is valid only for actual step and is autosaved persistently. If you
want to modify one of the following steps you must wait until the machine starts
the desired step!
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9 PROGRAMS MENU
9.1 HOW ACCESS TO THE PROGRAMS MENU:
1. On HOME page press the TOOLS button
to enter in settings menu screen.
2. Press the PROGRAMS button
to
enter the PROGRAM MENU.
Tip: SHORTCUT to the program menu screen.
You can quickly enter the program menu by pressing
the START CYCLE button
3. Select one of the available menus
represented by the relevant icons:
Ice cream menu;
Sorbet, slush, fruit sauce and topping
menu;
Chocolate ice cream, ganache,
chocolate sauce and topping menu;
Chocolate ice cream, ganache,
chocolate sauce and topping menu;
Pastry menu;
Gastro menu;
…Factory program menu.
Select one of the icons representing the
various menus (e.g.
available programs.
) to enter the list of
4. Use the UP / DOWN arrows
to scroll
the list of available programs.
Select the desired program by pressing the
relevant button (e.g. 01). When pressed, the
button changes color and becomes black.
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5. Press the PROGRAM INFO button
to
enter the INFO screen (6) with a description
of the selected program.
6. Use the UP / DOWN arrows
to scroll
the description of the selected program.
Press the BACK button
Press the HOME button
HOME screen.
to return to the previous screen.
to cancel the operation and return to the inactive
9.2 STARTING OF THE PROGRAM
9.2.1 STARTING OF THE PROGRAMS with QUICK KEYS - SHORTCUT
BUTTONS
For start program press desired shortcut button (e.g.
start button
or press start cycle button
) and then press green
on push-button panel twice.
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9.2.2 STARTING THE PROGRAMS with START CYCLE SHORTCUT
button
You can enter the program menu by pressing the START CYCLE button
1. When the machine is in inactive home
screen press the
program menu.
button to enter the
2. Select one of the icons representing the
various menus to enter the list of available
programs.
3. Use the UP / DOWN arrows
to scroll
the list of available programs.
Select the desired program by pressing the
relevant button (e.g. 01). When pressed, the
button changes color and becomes black.
4. Press the OK button
to set the program
to the start cycle button. If you press the
START CYCLE button
program appears.
the selected
5. Press the START CYCLE button again
start the displayed program.
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to
9.3 SETTINGS OF THE PROGRAM (shortcut button):
9.3.1 CHANGING OF THE PROGRAMS IN QUICK KEYS (SHORTCUT
BUTTON)
Actual inactive home screen
with factory preset
programs.
1. On inactive HOME screen press the TOOLS
button
to enter in settings menu.
2. Press the PROGRAMS button
to
enter the PROGRAM MENU.
Tips: SHORTCUT to the program menu screen.
You can quickly enter the program menu by pressing
the START CYCLE button
3. Select one of the icons representing the
various menus to enter the list of available
programs.
4. Use the UP / DOWN arrows
to scroll
the list of available programs.
Select the desired program by pressing the
relevant button (e.g. 08). When pressed, the
button changes color and becomes black.
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5. After selecting the program, press the
CHANGE button
to enter the following
screen where you assign program to
shortcut button.
6. Press the shortcut button (e.g.
linked to the selected program.
) to be
Read the warning and then press the OK
button to confirm the change.
Press the BACK button
previous screen.
to return to the
to cancel the
Press the HOME button
operation and return to the inactive HOME
screen.
Inactive home screen with
changed preset program from 3 to 8.
For starting the program press desired shortcut button (e.g.
green start button
.
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) and then press
9.4 SETTINGS OF THE CURRENT STEP:
9.4.1 CHANGING OF THE SPEED
During actual step you can change mixer
speedby following buttons.
By pressing the
actual speed.
By pressing the
the actual speed.
If the rocket
If the snail
button you increase the
button you decrease
button is grey the increase of the speed is not allowed.
button is grey the decrease of the speed is not allowed.
In most of the programs, if change is permitted, the change of the speed is
saved persistently. See the relevant program info to check whether changes are
stored. If changes are NOT stored they will be valid only for the that run!
The new parameter is valid and used during the running program and will be
valid and used when running the program in future.
9.4.2 CHANGING OF THE TEMPERATURE
During actual step you can change desired
temperatureby following buttons.
button you
By pressing the UP increase the target temperature.
By pressing the DOWN button you
decrease the target temperature.
For confirmation of the new value press the
SET
button.
If the UP button is grey the increase of the temperature is not allowed.
If the DOWN button is grey the decrease of the temperature is not allowed.
In most of the programs, if change is permitted, the change of the temperature
is saved persistently. See the relevant program info to check whether changes
are stored. If changes are NOT stored they will be valid only for the that run!
The new parameter is valid and used during the running program and will be
valid and used when running the program in future.
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9.4.3 CHANGING OF THE TIME
During actual step you can change duration
of the step by following buttons.
By pressing the UP button you
increase the actual maintenance time.
By pressing the DOWN button you
decrease the actual maintenance time.
For confirmation of the new value press the
SET
button.
If the UP button is grey the increasing of the processing time is not allowed.
If the DOWN button is grey the decreasing of the processing time is not
allowed.
In most of the programs, if change is permitted, the change of the processing
time is saved persistently. See the relevant program info to check whether
changes are stored. If changes are NOT stored they will be valid only for the
that run!
The new parameter is valid and used during the running program and will be
valid and used when running the program in future.
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10 CHANGING MACHINE PARAMETERS
10.1 RESET TO THE FACTORY SETTING
The user can reset all the programs to factory defaults, all changes are lost.
1. On inactive HOME screen press the TOOLS
button
to enter in settings menu.
2. Press the RESET button to enter the RESET
list.
3. Enter the password - user code 111111.
4. Press the confirm
or enter
button.
5. Wait for the machine to restart.
9. After startup screen with Valmar logo, the
LANGUAGE SELECTION screen is
automatically displayed
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10. Select the desired language. If it is not on
the screen, press the button to enter
language selection screen 2.
11. To return to language selection screen 1
press the button
12. The LANGUAGE SELECTION screen
appears. Select the desired language.
13. Read the text and then press the confirm
button
to confirm you understand
disclaimer.
14. The machine is ready for use with
instructions in the selected language.
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10.2 LOCK/UNLOCK THE ACCESS TO OPERATION
10.2.1 LOCK the access to operation of the machine
The user can lock access to operation of the machine.
1. On inactive HOME screen press the TOOLS
button
to enter in settings menu.
2. Press the CODE button to enter in the
PASSWORD screen.
3. Enter the password - user code 000000.
4. Press the confirm
or enter
button to
lock the access to operation on the machine.
5. On display the inactive Home screen with
lock button appears. In order to change
settings code needs to be entered.
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10.2.2 UNLOCK the access to operation of the machine
10.2.2.1 Unlock the access to operation of the machine (until such time as the power
supply of the machine is not excluded)
The user can unlock access to operations for period the machine remains
connected to power. If machine looses power or is turned off, the operation is
locked again.
1. On inactive HOME screen press the LOCK
button to enter in the PASSWORD screen.
2. Enter the password - user code 000000.
3. Press the confirem
or enter
button
to unlock the access to operation of the
machine for the duration until power-off.
4. On display inactive home screen without the
lock button appears. Now the machine can
be operated until power is turned off or lost.
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10.2.2.2 Unlock the access of operation on the machine (permanently)
The user can permanently unlock access to operation of the machine.
1. On inactive HOME screen press the LOCK
button to enter in the PASSWORD screen.
2. Enter the password - user code 000000.
3. Press the confirem
or enter
button
to unlock the access to operation of the
machine.
4. On the inactive home screen press the
TOOLS button
to enter the SETTINGS
screen.
5. Press the CODE button to enter the
PASSWORD screen.
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6. Enter the password - user code 000000.
7. Press the confirem
or enter
button
to unlock the access to operation of the
machine.
8. On display the inactive home screen without
the lock button appears. The operation of
machine is now permanently unlocked.
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11 PROTECTION OF THE USER AND OF THE
MACHINE
11.1 PROTECTION OF THE USER
Safety micro-switches, built into the machine under the rim of the cylinder
coverlid protect the operator against injuries that might be caused by the mixer’s
rotation.
Opening the cylinder cover lid will cause the operation of the mixer engine to
shut down.
11.2 ELECTRICAL OVERLOAD PROTECTION
Electrical installations are protected with appropriate FUSES. If the FUSES
terminate the operation of the appliance upon its start-up, the error causing this
action must be found and corrected.
11.3 THERMIC SAFETY DEVICES
The mixer engine and the compressor engine are protected with thermal
sensors.
If temperature reaches the maximum allowed value, the protection shuts down
the engine operation. In this case, press the key STOP and allow 15 - 20
minutes for the engine to cool down. After this time, the appliance is again
ready for normal programming and operating (see the section OPERATING
THE APPLIANCE).
11.4 PROTECTION OF THE COOLING SYSTEM
The cooling system is protected with the pressostat at the maximum pressure.
In the case of water shortage (water condenser machine) or dirty air condenser
(air condenser machine) the protection shuts down the operation of the cooling
compressor.
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12 USE OF THE APPLIANCE
12.1 INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PREVENTION OF INJURIES
Only authorized persons, who know how the machine is operated, must be
allowed to handle it. Operators must be familiar with all regulations concerning
occupational safety and fire safety measures, and they must know where fire
extinguishers are located.
Persons still in training must be constantly supervised by a designated person
in charge who knows how the machine works.
Operators must be dressed suitably (no ties, jewellery chains or belts that could
get caught in the machine) and be appropriately protected.
All warning labels on the appliance must be replaced with new ones when they
begin to fade or if they become damaged.
Before operation, the operator must make sure that the appliance is not under
maintenance, in service or in cleaning. At the end of the shift, the operator
working on the next shift or the person who will continue to operate the
appliance must be informed of the current state of the appliance.
Before every use, the operator must make sure that the floor is free of any oil
smudges or other slippery substances or objects which might cause a person to
slip or trip over.
Operators must make sure before every use of the appliance that the side
panels and the top cover of the appliance are securely fitted to the main
construction and that there are no parts or objects on the appliance or in the
cylinder that could damage the appliance during its operation.
In the event of dangerous situations (e.g. blocked mixer), which could harm the
operator’s or another person’s well being, the appliance must be immediately
shut down by switching off the MAIN SWITCH.
Caution must be taken because the ejection opening can be hot because it may
be exposed to hot mixture. Danger of burns, scalding!
The side panels and the top cover, as well as safety devices and protective
covers, must not be taken off during the operation of the appliance!
It is forbidden to get onto the appliance or walk upon it, especially during its
operation!
During the operation, attention must be paid to any oil leaks, increased noise,
squeaking sounds or increased vibrations. In such case, the appliance must be
immediately shut down; a visible notice board must be placed on it with a note
that it is inoperable and authorized service personnel must be notified as soon
as possible.
Attention! Be careful not to burn yourself! During the heating phase the mixture
and the inside of the basin get very hot!
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12.2 BASIC RULES FOR OPERATING THE APPLIANCE
The user operates the appliance standing in front of appliance. The appliance
must be always under user’s control during operation. Only a single operator
can use the appliance at the time.
The simultaneously use of the appliance from multiple users is forbidden.
WATER SHOWER
CONTROL BOARD
SAFETY SWITCH
EJECTION
OPENING
LEVER
12.3 PRODUCTION CYLINDER COVER LID
The operator opens the cover by grasping the lid lever and lifting it back into the
open position. If the appliance is in the mixing mode, the mixing will be
interrupted by lifting the lid (magnetic switch - OFF)
To close the lid cover, pull the lid lever back down in closed position. If the
appliance was in mixing mode the appliance will continue the mixing mode after
cover is closed. (Magnetic switch - ON).
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MAGNET
LID LEVER
PRODUCTION CYLINDER
MIXER
12.4 PISTON LEVER
Grab the handle of the lever and pull it downwards (away from its hinge) first
and than towards you, in order to open the ejection opening partially.
BLOCKING SHAFT
HOLDER OF THE
EJECTION OPENING
EJECTION
NOZZLE
In this case the mixture will be poured out through the ejection nozzle. If you
want to open the ejection opening completely, grab the lever handle again and
pull it towards you (away from its hinge) first and then upwards.
In order to close the ejection opening again, pull the lever handle upwards
(away from its hinge), and then push the piston lever towards the ejection
opening until it reaches the limiter.
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HANDLE
LIMITER
PISTON SEALING
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12.5 BEFORE APPLIANCE USAGE
Before each use of the appliance:
make sure that the floor around the machine is not slippery or wet;
make sure that the water supply valve is open;
make sure that FUSES are securely in place and switched on;
make sure that the MAIN SWITCH is turned on;
clean the mixture production cylinder;
disinfect the mixture production cylinder;
make sure that there are no objects of any kind in the mixture treating
cylinder
The appliance must be clean and disinfected before it may be used for cream
production.
Cream mixture must be of appropriate quantity and quality to obtain optimum
results.
The quantity of ice cream mixture must be measured according to technical
characteristics of the appliance. When filling the mixture-treating cylinder, follow
the specifications for minimum and maximum quantities allowed in the
production cylinder. See the table below:
Model
CHEF CREAM 30 TTi
CHEF CREAM 60 TTi
CHEF CREAM 130 TTi
min. quantity max. quantity
15
30
20
60
50
130
optimum quantity
20
50
110
All performance data is based on standard mixture production. When producing
mixtures, which include ingredients or additives that increase in volume during
heating and/or cooking, the maximum mixture quantity must be reduced in
accordance with the recipe.
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12.6 MIXTURE PRODUCTION
Mixture production process:
make sure that the production control panel is in the STOP position;
make sure that the ejection opening of the production cylinder is well
closed;
open the production cylinder cover and pour in the mixture;
close the production cylinder
by pressing the START key, the automatic cycle is activated; the mixture
production process can be regulated by means of chosen program (P.1 ~
P.21);
throughout the whole process, the display shows the status of the
mixture production; the cream is finished when the set value is reached;
with sound and visual signals, the machine indicates that the automatic
mixture making cycle is concluded.
12.7 MIXTURE EJECTION
Mixture ejection process into containers:
place an appropriate container on under the ejection opening;
open the ejection opening;
activate mixing by pressing the MIXING MODE key;
mixing must be stopped within 10 seconds at most after the cylinder
has been emptied; (the appliance may continue to run without cream
mixture 10 seconds at the most; extended operation of the appliance
without mixture is not allowed!)
press the STOP / RESET key
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13 CLEANING OF THE APPLIANCE
13.1 INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PREVENTION OF INJURIES
Only authorized persons, who know how the machine is operated, must be
allowed to clean it. Operators must be familiar with all regulations concerning
occupational safety and fire safety measures, and they must know where fire
extinguishers are located.
Persons still in training must be constantly supervised by a designated person
in charge who knows how the machine works.
Operators, who clean the appliance must be dressed suitably (no ties, jewellry
chains or belts that could get caught in the machine) and be appropriately
protected.
All warning labels on the appliance must be replaced with new ones when they
begin to fade or if they become damaged.
Before cleaning the appliance, the operator must make sure that the appliance
is not under maintenance, in service or in cleaning. At the end of the shift, the
operator working on the next shift or the person who will continue to operate the
appliance must be informed of the current state of the appliance.
Before cleaning the appliance, the operator must make sure that the floor is free
of any oil smudges or other slippery substances or objects which might cause a
person to slip or trip over.
Operators must make sure that the side panels and the top cover of the
appliance are securely fitted to the main construction and that there are no parts
or objects on the appliance or in the cylinder that could damage the appliance
before cleaning the appliance.
In the event of dangerous situations (e.g. blocked mixer), which could harm the
operator’s or another person’s well being, the appliance must be shut down
immediately by switching off the MAIN SWITCH.
The side panels and the top cover, as well as safety devices and protective
covers, must not be taken off during the cleaning (during SLOW MIXING) of the
appliance.
When the cover (basin) is open and the machine is still running and the display
does not show Er Door... the appliance must be immediately stopped and shut
down and note must be hung on the appliance, saying that the machine is out of
order. An authorized technician must be informed as soon as possible in order
to get the appliance repaired.
During the cleaning (during SLOW MIXING) of the appliance, attention must be
paid to any oil leaks, increased noise, squeaking sounds or increased
vibrations. If you notice any aforementioned problems, the appliance must be
immediately shut down; a visible notice board must be placed on it with
information that it is inoperable and authorized service personnel must be
notified as soon as possible.
Every day before using the appliance, the correct functioning of the safety
switch of the lid (basin) must be checked. When the appliance is in mixing
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(press the
button) phase open the cover. On the touch screen message
must show caption Er Door... and the mixing should stop.
13.2 CLEANING THE SURFACES OF THE APPLIANCE
Surface cleaning includes cleaning of the side pannels of the machine and other
external parts of the machine that are not in contact with the ice cream mix.
It is strictly forbiden to use abrasive pads or aggressive cleaning agents,
which can damage the surfaces.
Cleaning process:
turn off the SAFETY SWITCH and the MAIN SWITCH;
make sure that the mixture treating cylinder cover and the ejection
opening are well closed;
clean the surfaces and make sure that the detergent does not touch
those parts, which do come into contact with cream mixture.
13.3 USING THE SHOWER FOR CLEANING
In order to clean or rinse-off the appliance or its parts, one can help oneself with
the shower, which is mounted on the top side panel of the machine.
The shower must be connected to fresh (drinkable) water supply (see the
chapter on connecting the appliance).
WATER SHOWER
WATER VALVE
How to use the shower:
grab the shower handle and pull it out;
FLEXIBLE HOSE
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point it towards those parts of the appliance, which need to be cleaned or
rinsed-off and open the water valve (in counter clockwise direction);
WATER VALVE
close the water valve (in clockwise direction) and place the shower back
to its place
In the case of wear or pipe breakage of the shower, the pipe of the shower must
be replaced.
Only original pipes must be used! Only in this way we can assure a well
and normal working water shower!
13.4 CLEANING OF PARTS THAT COME IN CONTACT WITH
THE ICE CREAM MIXTURE
All parts, which come into contact with cream mixture, must be cleaned before
and after every use. With regular cleaning practice you comply with standards
of hygiene and ensure quality of cream mixture treatment.
Cleaning process:
make sure that the mixture treating control panel is in STOP state;
make sure that the ejection opening is well closed;
open the cylinder cover and pour approximately 30 cm of water into the
cylinder;
close the cylinder cover;
press the MIXING MODE key and monitor the mixer operation;
press the STOP / RESET key;
turn off the SAFETY SWITCH and the MAIN SWITCH;
place a suitable container under the ejection opening and empty the
water out of the cylinder (if necessary the procedure must be repeated);
disassemble the cylinder cover;
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Firstly, unscrew the small cover (in counter-clockwise direction) and lift it from
the cylinder cover.
Secondly, unscrew the upper part of the cover (in counter-clockwise direction)
and take it off.
Finally, lift the cover lever and remove the lower part of the cylinder cover.
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pull the mixer out of the cylinder:
Pull out the pin that connects the shaft and the mixer of the cylinder.
PIN
MIXER
After removing the pin, slowly and consistently pull the mixer out of the cylinder;
exercise great care to prevent accidental dropping and consequent damaging of
the mixer.
Place the mixer on solid surface and remove each slider from the mixer
individually.
SLIDER
After that each slider must be very carefully inspected: should the slider be
cracked, broken, worn or otherwise damaged, it must be replaced with a new
one.
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Remove the shaft sealing from the cylinder shaft (in the case, the shaft
sealing is cracked, worn or inelastic it has to be replaced by a new seal).
SHAFT SEALING
take the piston lever of the ejection opening holder:
Firstly, open the ejection opening. After that press the blocking shaft with your
thumb and pull the piston lever out of the ejection opening.
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take the piston sealing of the piston (in the case, the shaft sealing is
cracked, worn or inelastic it has to be replaced by a new seal).
if the lever is dirty, you will have to disassemble it:
Grab the piston lever with both hands and rotate the lever (in counter clockwise
direction). By doing so, the handle and the pin get separated from the lever. Pull
the handle and the pin out of the lever.
Place the pin with the handle into the lever (in an angle of 90°) and rotate the
handle (in counter clockwise direction). By doing so, the pin gets separated
from the handle and at the same time the bushing, the spring and the screw cap
get disassembled.
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all disassembled parts of the piston lever should be cleaned in a mixture
of warm water and a disinfection agent as well as dried. While doing so,
please pay special attention to instructions of the disinfection agent
manufacturer as well as hygienic standards, which are valid in your
country.
PISTON
HANDLE
LEVER
PIN
SPRING
SCREW CAP
BUSHING
reassemble the lever again:
Place the bushing, the spring and the screw cap on the pin in the correct order
and screw on the handle (in clockwise direction).
Place the pin with the handle into the lever and screw it tight (in clockwise
direction).
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all removed parts must be cleaned in a mixture of water and disinfection
agent. While doing so, please pay special attention to instructions of the
disinfection agent manufacturer as well as hygienic standards, which are
valid in your country.
It is strictly forbidden to put plastic parts of the appliance into the dishwasher to
clean them!
it is recommended that the shaft sealing and the piston sealing are
greased with Vaseline;
slide the shaft sealing back onto the cylinder shaft:
Place the mixer on solid surface and place each slider back onto the
mixer individually.
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insert the mixer into the cylinder:
Hold the mixer with both hands and place it very slowly into the cylinder. When
the mixer shaft is in bed, find the final position of the mixer in the bed of the
drive shaft by slowly spinning it in a clockwise direction – the pin can be
inserted.
After the mixer is in its final position, insert the pin.
Final pin position.
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placing the cylinder cover:
Firstly, the lower cover part must be correctly placed, and secondly, lower the
lever of the cover.
Screw the upper cover part (in clockwise direction) to the lower part of the
cover.
Finally, the little cover must be screwed on (in clockwise direction) to the upper
part of the cover. The cylinder cover is now fully assembled and positioned.
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place the piston sealing on the piston:
place the piston lever on the ejection opening holder:
Press the blocking shaft with your thumb and place the piston lever on the
ejection opening holder. The blocking shaft must lock onto the shaft – this is the
only correct way of placing the piston lever onto the ejection opening holder.
Finally, close the ejection opening.
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14 MAINTENANCE OF THE APPLIANCE
14.1 INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREVENTION OF INJURIES
Authorized servicing personnel only may perform removal of the top cover and
side panels and any actions inside the machine.
Removal of the top cover and side panels and any intervening actions inside the
machine is strictly forbidden when the machine is connected to the power
supply.
It is strictly forbidden to connect the machine to the power supply if top cover
and side panels are not properly attached and all required security measures
are not in place.
Cleaning or lubrication of parts, which are moving or rotating, is forbidden.
14.2 PROBLEMS, ERRORS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
Malfunctions and errors are caused mostly by incorrect use, improper or
inadequate maintenance or incorrect connection of the appliance.
Therefore the operators must always carefully follow the instructions.
The errors, the causes and troubleshooting:
Error
Cause
Troubleshooting
Appliance will not start up
when when switched on.
There is no power supply
Check the power circuit.
Automatic fuses are disconnected.
Switch on the power fuses again.
Compressor starts up, but
shuts down immediately.
The display shows “- P -“.
Water feed shortage.
Open the water feed valve.
Water supply not connected.
Connect appliance to the water
supply.
Heating cycle takes too long. Heater has burnt out.
Call VALMAR service tehnicans.
There is not enough glycol in the system.
Cooling cycle takes too long. Water supply flow is too weak.
There is not enough glycol in the system.
Cooling is inadequate.
Call VALMAR service tehnicans.
Make sure that the valve is open
and the pipes are not jammed.
Check the quantity of the glycol.
The expansion valve does not work properly. Call VALMAR service tehnicans.
Inadequate condensation.
Call VALMAR service tehnicans.
The cooling filter is blocked.
Call VALMAR service tehnicans.
Gas leckage in the system.
Call VALMAR service tehnicans.
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14.3 REGULAR MAINTENANCE INSPECTION PLAN
All maintenance and servicing must be carried out by technicians authorized by
VALMAR Company.
Maintenance inspection
WEEKLY MONTHLY EVERY THREE YEARLY
MONTHS
Security systems
X
Electricity connections
X
Tightness of the screws and sealing
X
Door safety switch (DOOR)
X
Gas
X
Glycol
X
14.4 TESTING START UP
Testing start up of the appliance:
make sure that the control panel is in STOP state;
make sure that the outlet pipe is properly set and well closed
open the coover lid ;
fill the basin with 30 cm of water
lower – close cover lid;
press CONTINUOUS MIXING
press STOP / RESET
key;
open outlet pipe and empty the water from the basin.
key and check mixer operation;
14.5 REGULATION OF THE WATER FEED VALVE
The water feed valve is preset to factory default values. These may change due
to possible shocks and vibrations during transportation.
In this case, the water feed valve has to be reset properly by authorized service
personnel.
The water feed valve functions properly when water is discharged from
appliance during the operation of the compressor unit; the water flow stops
when the appliance stops. Water consumption increases if the temperature of
cooling water exceeds 18°C.
14.6
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14.7 ENVIRONMENT TEMPERATURES BELOW 0°C
Do not leave the appliance in an environment colder than 0ºC (32 ºF, 273K). If
temperetures drop below freezing point, you must discharge water from the
condenser. To empty the water out of the appliance, detach the cap of the
safety valve at its bottom. When all water has been discharged, put the cap
back in position.
CONDENSER
SAFETY VALVE
Open the safety valve and empty the system.
When the system is empty close the valve.
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Screw the cap of the safety valve back in position.
14.8 ORDERING SPARE PARTS
The order for any spare part must include:
model of the appliance,
serial number of the appliance,
short description of the part,
factory code (if possible,)
quantity.
SERIAL NUMBER
MODEL
Spare part order (example):
SPARE PART ORDER
TYPE AND MODEL: No. 100338
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF THE PART:
ICE CREAM EJECTION OPENING COVER
FACTORY CODE: /
QUANTITY: 1
COMPANY
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