Gravity Meat Slicers Instruction Manual

Gravity Meat Slicers Instruction Manual
Gravity Meat Slicers
Models 195F / 195S
Instruction Manual
Version 1.1
3115 Pepper Mill Court, Mississauga, ON, L5L 4X5
4450 Witmer Industrial Estates, Unit 4, Niagara Falls, NY, 14305
1-800-465-0234
www.omcan.com
Table of Contents
Model 195F / Model 195S
Section
Page
General Information -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3
Safety & Warranty ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 3 - 4
Technical Specifications ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 5 - 6
Installation --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7 - 8
Maintenance ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8 - 12
Troubleshooting ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 13 - 14
Parts Breakdowns -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 15 - 18
Electrical Schematics ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 19
Warranty Registration ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21
2
General Information
Omcan Manufacturing And Distributing Company Inc. and Food Machinery Of America, Inc. dba Omcan
are not responsible for any harm or injury caused due to any person’s improper or negligent use of
this equipment. The product shall only be operated by someone over the age of 18, of sound mind, and
not under the influence of any drugs or alcohol, who has been trained in the correct operation of this
machine, and is wearing authorized, proper safety clothing. Any modification to the machine voids any
warranty, and may cause harm to individuals using the machine or in the vicinity of the machine while
in operation.
This manual contains all the necessary information to install, use and service the gravity slicers for food
(please see models in paragraph “Technical Description”). The scope of this document, hereinafter the
“manual”, is to permit users, and especially end users, to take all the cautions and provisions possible for using
this machine safely and for a long time.
Safety & Warranty
LIMITS OF USE – SAFETY NORMS
These machine were designed and built to slice foodstuff in compliance to the norms of the CE 2006/95/EEC,
93/68/EEC, 2006/42/EEC, 2002/72/EEC, 2004/108 CE, REG 1935/2004/EEC, 2002/95/CE (RoHS) and to the
following regulations EN1974, EN ISO12100-1, EN ISO12100-2, EN 294, EN60204-1, EN60335-1, EN603352-64.
GENERAL SAFETY REGULATIONS
The slicers must be used only by suitably trained personnel. Furthermore, this personnel must have read this
manual carefully. In particular, please comply to the following instructions:
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Install the machine according to the instructions contained in the “Installation” section;
Do not remove the transparent protections, do not modify nor exclude the mechanical and electrical safety
devices;
Do not use the machine with improvised connections, or provisional or non insulated cables;
Check the power cable and gland plate on the machine body regularly and when necessary have them
replaced by qualified personnel;
In case of anomalies, defective operation, incorrect movement, unusual noise, etc stop the machine
immediately;
Before cleaning or servicing, disconnect the machine from the mains;
Always use scratch-proof and non-slip gloves during cleaning or maintenance;
Lay or remove the goods to be sliced on the sliding plate only when the latter is completely pushed back
and the thickness control knob positioned to 0;
To move the carriage tray when slicing, use the handle or the product grip handle;
For extraordinary maintenance (to replace the sharpener wheels, the blade, or others) please contact the
manufacturer or qualified and duly authorized personnel;
3
Safety & Warranty
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Avoid running the slicers with no product on it;
The slicers are equipped with a ventilated motor, except for the F 195 model for which operating time must
not exceed 15 minutes to avoid motor overheating. After a period of rest, operation can be resumed.
1 YEAR BENCH WARRANTY
MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY AND LIABILITY
The manufacturer’s warranty covering the good functioning of the machines and their compliance to the
service for which they have been designed depends on the correct application of the instructions contained in
this manual. The Manufacturer assumes no liability either direct or indirect deriving from:
• Failure to comply with the instructions contained in this manual;
• Use of the machine by personnel who has not read or fully understood the content of this manual;
• Use not complying to the specific norms currently applicable in the country of installation;
• Unauthorized modifications and/or repairs;
• Use of non original accessories or spare parts;
• Exceptional events.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS OF USE
Temperature: from -5 °C a + 40 °C
Relative humidity: max 95%
OPENING THE BOX
On reception check packaging integrity, otherwise inform the forwarding agent or the area agent immediately.
To unpack the machine, proceed as follows:
• Open the box and remove your copy of the manual of use and maintenance, then proceed according to the
instructions found on that manual;
• Lift the machine still wrapped in a transparent polyethylene sheet and extract it from the box;
• Now check the box content and make sure it corresponds to what shown on the external label.
WARNING:
The packaging components (cardboard, polyethylene, and others) are classified
as normal solid urban waste and can therefore be disposed of without difficulty.
In any case, for suitable recycling, we suggest disposing of the products
separately (differentiated waste) according to the current norms.
DO NOT DISCARD ANY PACKAGING MATERIALS IN THE
ENVIRONMENT!
4
Technical Specifications
The machine is essentially made of a base supporting a circular blade mounted in a tilted position. This blade
is driven by an electrical motor to slice foodstuffs. The machine is equipped with a carriage holding a product
tray and sliding on a bar mounted under the base top, parallel to the blade. Slice thickness is adjusted by
means of a gauge plate mounted in front of the blade. This plate, against which rests the product to be sliced
is moved transversely with respect to the blade by a value corresponding to the desired slice thickness. The
product is fed to the machine (towards the gauge plate) by gravity. All the machine components are made of
polished and anodically oxidized aluminium alloy, of stainless steel and food grade plastic material. The blade
is driven by an electrical motor, transmission is by means of a longitudinally grooved belt. The machine is
started and stopped by a control button or switch. Some of the machine models have a user-friendly and safe
built-in blade sharpener.
MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SAFETY DEVICES
The following mechanical safety devices were installed:
• A series of aluminium and transparent plastic guards on the product carriage.
On request the following are available:
• Safety micro-switch preventing the motor from starting when the blade guard is removed.
WARNING: RESIDUAL RISKS
Notwithstanding all the possible cautions taken during the design and the construction of the
machine, residual risks (cutting) still exist during use or during cleaning or maintenance. Therefore be
careful and PAY THE UTMOST ATTENTION to what you are doing. DO NOT use the machine if you are
not in perfect psychological and physical conditions. DO NOT ALLOW anyone near the machine when
it is in use. ALWAYS wear gloves that can resist cuts or tears when cleaning, lubricating or sharpening
the blade. Slice only the products mentioned as sliceable. NEVER try to slice products that have been
mentioned as non sliceable.
ACCESSORIES
If not otherwise defined at the moment of order, the machines are supplied together with the following:
• EU conformity declaration;
• Instructions manual for installation, use and maintenance.
PRODUCTS THAT CAN BE SLICED
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All types of cold cuts (raw, cooked, smoked);
Meat without bone (raw or cooked, at a temperature not less than + 3 °C);
Vegetables (all types).
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Technical Specifications
PRODUCTS THAT MUST NOT BE SLICED:
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Frozen or deep-frozen food;
Food containing bones (meat or fish);
Any other non-food product;
Cheese.
MAIN COMPONENTS
195 F/S
1. Startup Button (White or Green)
2. Stop Button (Black or Red)
3.N.A.
4. Slice Thickness Control Knob
5. Adjustable Foot
6. Carriage Tray Support
7.Base
8. Product Tray
9. Blade Plate
10.Product Grip
11.Blade
12.Product Grip Handle
13.Manufacturer Identification Plate, Machine Data and UE Marks
14.Pusher Plate Extension
15.Product Tray Hand Protection
16.Product Tray Handle
17.Blade Plate Tie-Rod
18.Supply Cord
19.Gauge Plate
20.Sharpener
Illustrations may differ from
actual machines.
6
Installation
INSTALLING THE MACHINE
Position the machine on a well leveled, smooth and dry top suitably dimensioned to withstand the machine
weight.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Install the machine near a compliant outlet derived from a system meeting the local norms.
The user is responsible for ascertaining that the electrical system is suitably dimensioned and functions
correctly (supply line, outlet, distribution panel, differential protecting breaker, grounding).
Before carrying out the connection ascertain that the mains characteristics correspondent to those indicated
on the machine plate.
COMMANDS
START AND STOP BUTTONS / SWITCHES
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Turn switch or press the white or green button (1) to start running the blade;
The light turns on to indicate that the machine works correctly;
Turn switch or press the red or black button to stop the blade.
Slice thickness can be adjusted by turning the graduated knob (4) counterclockwise.
Thickness adjustment range: see paragraph “Technical description and conditions of use”.
FUNCTIONING TEST AND BLADE ROTATION DIRECTION
Start the machine and check whether the light is on; make sure that the blade rotates in the direction indicated
by the arrow (counterclockwise if you look at the machine from the blade plate side).
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Ascertain that the carriage and the product grip slide correctly;
Ascertain that the gauge plate works and adjust thickness to desired value.
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Installation
USING THE MACHINE
LOADING THE PRODUCT ON THE TRAY AND SLICING
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Ascertain that the thickness control knob is correctly positioned to ‘0’;
Draw back the carriage completely (towards the operator) to loading position;
Lift the product grip by pulling it away by 10 cm from the blade and put it in rest position;
Lay the product to be sliced against the guide plate on the operator side;
Secure by means of the product grip by exerting a slight pressure;
Adjust the thickness gauge. Start the blade by turning the switch or by pressing on the white or green
button;
Grip the handle affixed onto the plate and start the forward and backward cutting movement. The product
travels towards the guide plate by gravity;
When the product weight or its dimensions do not provide a satisfactory cut by effect of the gravity, use the
product grip handle;
When finished, return the thickness control knob to ‘0’ and draw the carriage back;
Stop the blade by pressing the black or red button.
Maintenance
CLEANING THE SLICER
GENERAL
The machine must always be accurately cleaned at least once a day, and more often if necessary.
Always use protective gloves.
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Maintenance
DISASSEMBLING THE MACHINE FOR CLEANING
• Disconnect the plug from the mains;
• Turn the gauge plate know to ‘0’;
• Remove the various components as described in the following paragraphs;
• Unscrew (counterclockwise) the blade guard tie-rod;
• If the blade guard is blocked, press on the rod knob to move it a little;
• Extract the rod and remove the blade guard using for this operation only the side knobs;
• Loosen and remove the two fixing screws with knurled head;
• Remove the slice guard.
To clean the machine body and the blade use only a cloth damped with water and biodegradable
lathery detergent having 7-8 pH and at a temperature not below + 30°C. Do not clean the machine by
using water or vapor sprays or similar systems.
WARNING:
Use scratch-proof and non-slip gloves to carry out the following operations. Proceed carefully and pay
attention to what you are doing. DANGER OF CUTTING!
REASSEMBLING THE MACHINE
Proceed as indicated for the previous operations but in reverse order.
GENERAL MAINTENANCE
The operator is allowed to perform the following maintenance operations:
• Blade sharpening: regularly (intervals and duration obviously depend on the use of the machine, time of
use and type of product sliced).
• Lubrication of carriage sliding guides: once a week.
• Lubrication of product grip sliding bar: once a week.
• Adjustment of motor belt tension: as required.
• Checking the power supply cord conditions and of the gland plate: from time to time.
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Maintenance
WARNING
Maintenance must always be carried out when the machine is disconnected from the mains and if no other
position is specifically required, with the thickness control knob on ‘0’.
The following maintenance operations are to be entrusted only to personnel authorized by the
manufacturer:
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Replacing the blade;
Replacing the sharpener stones;
Replacing the motor transmission belt;
Replacing electrical system components under the machine base;
Repairing structural parts, repairing the components under the base.
BLADE SHARPENING
Before proceeding, clean the machine accurately as explained in the previous paragraphs.
WARNING
Sharpening can be done only up to 12 mm of the blade diameter value. Beyond this value, the BLADE
MUST BE REPLACED ONLY by personnel AUTHORIZED BY THE MANUFACTURER.
SHARPENING MODELS WITH SEPARATE SHARPENER
1. Clean the blade accurately using denaturized alcohol to de-grease it.
2. Turn the graduated knob (1) towards the left to open completely.
3. Remove the sharpener from its box, unscrew the knurled knob and insert the threaded metallic pin inside
the hole (2) provided for on the product tray so that the two emery wheels are turned towards the blade.
Snap into place by pressing on the lower wheel button (3). The lower wheel must remain inserted for a
length equal to half of its diameter between the blade on which it rests and the adjustment plate.
4. Insert the plug into the outlet and operate the switch while using the handle to block the product tray then
the sharpener in the above position (4);
5. Allow the blade to rotate for about 30 to 40 seconds then use the switch to stop it. Brush a pencil lightly on
the external side of the blade to check for a slight spud.
We advise performing this operation with the utmost care as the blade is extremely sharp.
If some spud is found, restart the blade by maintaining the wheel button (5) pressed for 10 seconds.
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Maintenance
SHARPENING VERSIONS WITH BUILT-IN SHARPENER
To sharpen the blade periodically as soon as the cutting capacity decreases. Please proceed as per the
following instructions:
1. After disconnecting form the mains, clean the blade accurately using denaturized alcohol to degrease it;
2. Loosen the knob (1) and turn the sharpener (2) by 180° and insert the wheels on the slicer blade. Re lock
the knob (1);
3. Operate the switch (3) and press the button (4);
4. Allow the blade to rotate for about 30 to 40 seconds then use the switch (3) to stop it. Brush a pencil lightly
on the external side of the blade to check for a slight spud;
We advise performing this operation with the utmost care as the blade is extremely sharp.
5. If some spud is found, operate the switch (3) again for 3 to 4 seconds by pressing the buttons 4 and 5 at
the same time;
DO NOT PROLONG THIS OPERATION BEYOND THE FEW SECONDS MENTIONED OTHERWISE THE
BLADE EDGE WILL WARP.
6. After completing sharpening, we advise cleaning the wheels using a small brush and alcohol;
7. Now return the sharpener to its original position.
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Maintenance
LUBRICATION
Carriage sliding guides product grip (once a week)
Use only the oil provided, otherwise use white Vaseline oil. DO NOT USE VEGETABLE OILS.
• Spread a small quantity of oil on the bar and move the assembly 3 or 4 times;
Clean as required to remove excess of oil.
ADJUSTING THE MOTOR BELT TENSION
After a given period of service an unusual noise may occur because of the belt bedding. In this case, tighten
the belt-stretcher on the side of the motor under the machine base.
12
Troubleshooting
The table below indicates the most common problems that may arise during slicing and the necessary
remedies.
PROBLEM
The machine does not start when
the white or green button is
pressed
When the switch is turned or
when the white or green button is
pressed, the machine starts, but
the white functioning light is not on
The machine starts, but there are
vibrations. The motor is very hot
and there is a bad smell
Under strain, the machine slows
down or comes to a stop
Excessive resistance to product
slicing
POSSIBLE CAUSE
No power supply
The blade guard is not correctly
positioned
Defective electrical control circuit
REMEDY
Ascertain that the plug is correctly
inserted
Check
Call technical assistance
Defective indicator
Do not use the machine when the
pilot lamp is not on; Call technical
assistance
Defective motor or transmission
Do no use the machine, call
technical assistance
Defective transmission
Call technical assistance
The blade is blunt
Sharpen the blade
The slices are ragged and/or
shaped irregularly
The blade is blunt
The blade is excessively worn out
Unsatisfactory blade sharpening
Worn wheels
The product tray does not slide
When the switch is turned or when
the black or red button is pressed,
the machine does not stop
Guides are insufficiently lubricated
Sharpen the blade
Call technical assistance
Replace the wheels; call technical
assistance
Lubricate
Defective electrical control circuit
Stop the machine, unplug from
mains and call technical assistance
DISMANTLING THE SLICER
These machines are made of the following elements:
• Aluminium frame;
• Stainless steel fittings and others;
• Electrical parts and cords;
• Electrical motor;
• Plastic materials, etc.
Whether dismantling is entrusted to third parties or done in-house (in that last case you will have to separate
the various materials) please note that disposal of the materials can only be carried out by duly authorized
businesses. In any case, please comply to the current norms of your country.
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Troubleshooting
WARNING
In any case, to remove the blade and dispose of it, you must contact the manufacturer or personnel
duly authorized by the manufacturer. NEVER DISPOSE OF WASTE IN AREAS WHERE ACCESS IS NOT
DELIMITED BY BARRIERS AND FORBIDDEN BY WARNING SIGNS AS THIS WASTE REPRESENTS A
SERIOUS DANGER, ESPECIALLY FOR CHILDREN AND ANIMALS. ANY RESPONSIBILITY ARISING
OUT OF INCORRECT DISPOSAL FALLS ON THE OWNER.
Guide to the treatment of waste equipment
This product complied with Directive 2002/96 /EC.
The crossed
out wheeled bin symbol on equipment or its packaging indicates that at the end of its
working life the equipment should not be treated as general household waste but taken to one of the recycling
centres for electrical and electronic equipment run by local authorities. Alternatively, it may be handed over
to the reseller when purchasing new equipment of the same type. The user is responsible for consigning the
equipment to appropriate collection facilities at the end of its working life or face the penalties provided for
by current waste management legislation. Separate collection for subsequent delivery of waste equipment to
environmentally-compatible recycling, treatment and disposal facilities to prevent possible negative impacts
on the environment and human health whilst encouraging recycling of the product’s components. For further
information regarding the available collection facilities, please contact your local refuse collection service or the
dealer from whom the purchase was made. The manufacturer and/or importer fulfil their obligations concerning
environmentally-compatible recycling, treatment and disposal either individually or by joining a collective
scheme.
For service call 1-800-465-0234.
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Parts Breakdown
Model 195F 13606
(14863)
(14869)
(14870) (14871)
(14872)
(14877)
(14880)
(14873)
(14862)
(14876)
(14930)
(14861)
(14860)
(14879)
(14881)
(14865)
(14887) (14888)
(14878)
(14867)
(14866)
(14883) (14885)
(14889)
(14914)
(14908)
(14858)
(14857)
(36474)
(14854)
(14913)
(14849)
(14882)
(14905)
(14850)
(14910)
(14898)
(33879)
(14933)
(14900)
(14934)
(33876)
(21252)
(14899)
(14935)
(14928)
(14902)
(14931)
(14861)
(14923)
(14926)
(14880)
(14927)
(14929)
(14915)
(14860)
(14920)
(14924)
(14921)
(14916)
(14915)
(14903)
(14861)
(14925) (14917)
(14919)
(14930)
(33877)
(33878)
(14918)
15
(14895)
(14896)
(14909)
(33881)
(33880)
(14875)
(14901)
SOLD COMPLETE
(14861)
(14911) (14912) (14893) (14894)
(14907)
(14852)
(14886)
(14861)
(14906)
(14855)
(14897)
(14884)
(14882)
(14853)
(14856)
(14891)
(14861)
(14882)
(14852)
(14868)
(14864)
(14859)
(14891) (14890)
(14932)
Parts Breakdown
Model 195F 13606
Item
No.
Description
Position
Item
No.
Description
Position
Item
No.
Description
Position
14849
Casing
B1
14881
Blade Cover
B35
14910
Nut
B68
14850
Screw
B2
14882
Nut
B36
14911
Screw Testa CACC
B69
14875
Index Knob
B3
14885
Pin
B39
14912
Screw
B70
14852
Screw
B4
14886
Pin
B40
14913
Plate
B71
14853
Rivet
B5
14887
Support
B41
14914
Screw TC
B72
14854
Screw
B6
14888
Spring
B42
14915
Slide Bar Spring
B73
14855
Plate
B7
14889
Spring
B43
14916
Slide Bar
B74
36474
On / Off Switch
B8
14890
Small Push Button
B44
14917
Carriage
B75
14856
Capacitor
B9
14891
Screw
B45
14918
Carriage Screw
B76
14857
Clamp
B10
33876
Wrist Guard Plate
B46
14919
Carriage Nut
B77
14858
Screw TC
B11
14893
Meat Grip Knob
B47
14920
Pin
B78
14859
Power Cord
B15
14894
Screw TPSV
B48
14921
Bearing
B79
14860
Screw TE
B16
14895
Meat Grip
B49
14923
Screw
B80
14861
Washer
B17
14896
Pin
B50
14924
Wing Nut
B81
14862
Support
B18
14897
Spring
B51
14925
Plate
B82
14863
Thickness Adj. Plate
B19
14898
Lock
B52
14926
Motor Adjustment Bar
B83
14864
Strain Relief
B20
14899
Meat Plate
B53
14927
Spring for Adjustment Bar
B84
14865
Tie Rod
B21
14900
Screw
B54
14928
Motor
B85
14866
Deflector Screw
B22
14901
Knob
B55
14929
Screw
B86
14867
Slice Deflector
B23
14902
Meat Plate Support
B56
14930
Ventosa
B87
14868
Screw
B24
14903
Carriage Knob
B57
14931
Motor Pin
B88
14869
Circlip
B25
33877
Screw for Support Bar
B58
14932
Circlip
B89
14870
Circlip
B26
33878
Support Bar
B59
14933
Foot
B90
14871
Pulley Bearing
B27
33879
Screw
B60
14934
Wrist Guard Screw
B91
14872
Pulley
B28
33880
Washer
B61
14935
Pulley Assembly
B93
14873
Belt
B29
33881
Cam
B62
21252
Bottom Cover
D4
14876
Shaft
B30
14905
Cam Screw
B63
33907
Screw
D13
14877
Screw
B31
14906
Slide Support
B64
33908
Safety Switch Holder
D14
14878
Screw TC
B32
14907
Slide Pin
B65
33909
Pivot Chuck
D15
14879
Blade
B33
14908
Screw TC
B66
33882
Slide Support Complete
14880
Screw
B34
14909
Screw TC
B67
14936
Complete Sharpening Assy.
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Parts Breakdown
Model 195S 13607
(14869)
(14870) (14871)
(14872)
(14863)
(14877)
(14880)
(14873)
(14876)
(14862)
(14930)
(14861)
(14879)
(14881)
(14860)
(33891)
(33893)
(33901)
(33892)
(33905)
(33902)
(33902)
(33903)
(33904)
(33906)
(14865)
(33901)
(14878)
(14867)
(14866)
(33900)
(33889)
(14852)
(14937)
(14864)
(33890)
(33899)
(33888)
(33885)
(33884)
(14859)
(33883)
(14874)
(14914)
(14853)
(14856)
(14855)
(14858)
(14913)
(14912)
(14911)
(14857)
(36474)
(14852)
(14854)
(14894)
(14895)
(14882)
(14905)
(14909)
(14850)
(33880)
(14875)
(14893)
(14910)
(14849)
(14933)
(14896)
(33881)
(14898)
(33879)
(14934)
(33876)
(14900)
(21252)
(14899)
(14935)
(14928)
(14931)
(14902)
(14923)
(14926)
(14880)
(14925)
(14915)
(14860)
(14929)
(14927)
(14861)
(14861)
(14920)
(14917)
(14924)
(14921)
(14916)
(14915)
(14919)
(33877)
(33878)
(14918)
17
(33886) (33895)
(22893)
(33891)
(33887)
(14868)
(14906)
(14908)
(14907)
(33898)
(33897)
(33896)
(33894) (33892)
(14903)
(14932)
Parts Breakdown
Model 195S 13607
Item
No.
Description
Position
Item
No.
Description
Position
Item
No.
Description
Position
33883
Sharpener Base
A1
14864
Strain Relief
B20
33880
Washer
B61
33884
Washer
A3
14865
Tie Rod
B21
33881
Cam
B62
33885
Screw
A4
14866
Deflector Screw
B22
14905
Cam Screw
B63
33886
Sharpener Shaft
A5
14867
Slice Deflector
B23
14906
Slide Support
B64
33887
Screw
A6
14868
Screw
B24
14907
Slide Pin
B65
33888
Nut
A7
14869
Circlip
B25
14908
Screw TC
B66
33889
Screw
A8
14870
Circlip
B26
14909
Screw TC
B67
33890
Washer
A9
14871
Pulley Bearing
B27
14910
Nut
B68
33891
Screw
A10
14872
Pulley
B28
14911
Screw Testa CACC
B69
33892
Push Knob for Sharpener
A11
14873
Belt
B29
14912
Screw
B70
33893
Ball Bearing
A12
14876
Shaft
B30
14913
Plate
B71
33894
Spring
A13
14877
Screw
B31
14914
Screw TC
B72
33895
Washer
A14
14878
Screw TC
B32
14915
Slide Bar Spring
B73
33896
Screw
A15
14879
Blade
B33
14916
Slide Bar
B74
33897
Washer
A16
14880
Screw
B34
14917
Carriage
B75
33898
Sharpener Housing
A17
14881
Blade Cover
B35
14918
Carriage Screw
B76
33899
Grinding Shaft
A18
14882
Nut
B36
14919
Carriage Nut
B77
33900
Sharpening Stone
A19
14883
Omcan F Stone 40X08X06
B37
14920
Pin
B78
33901
Washer
A20
14884
Omcan G Stone 40X08X06
B38
14921
Bearing
B79
33902
Nut
A21
14885
Pin
B39
14923
Screw
B80
33903
Honing Stone
A22
14886
Pin
B40
14924
Wing Nut
B81
33904
Honing Shaft
A23
14887
Support
B41
14925
Plate
B82
33905
Sharpener Cover
A24
14888
Spring
B42
14926
Motor Adjustment Bar
B83
33906
Spring
A25
14889
Spring
B43
14927
Spring for Adjustment Bar
B84
14849
Casing
B1
14890
Small Push Button
B44
14928
Motor
B85
14850
Screw
B2
33876
Wrist Guard Plate
B46
14929
Screw
B86
14875
Index Knob
B3
14893
Meat Grip Knob
B47
14930
Ventosa
B87
14852
Screw
B4
14894
Screw TPSV
B48
14931
Motor Pin
B88
14853
Rivet
B5
14895
Meat Grip
B49
14932
Circlip
B89
14854
Screw
B6
14896
Pin
B50
14933
Foot
B90
14855
Plate
B7
14897
Spring
B51
14934
Wrist Guard Screw
B91
36474
On / Off Switch
B8
14898
Lock
B52
14935
Pulley Assembly
B93
14856
Capacitor
B9
14899
Meat Plate
B53
21252
Bottom Cover
D4
14857
Clamp
B10
14900
Screw
B54
33907
Screw
D13
14858
Screw TC
B11
14901
Knob
B55
33908
Safety Switch Holder
D14
14859
Power Cord
B15
14902
Meat Plate Support
B56
33909
Pivot Chuck
D15
14860
Screw TE
B16
14903
Carriage Knob
B57
33882
Slide Support Complete
14861
Washer
B17
33877
Screw for Support Bar
B58
14937
Complete Sharpening Assy.
14862
Support
B18
33878
Support Bar
B59
14863
Thickness Adj. Plate
B19
33879
Screw
B60
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Electrical Schematics
Model 195F 13606
Model 195S 13607
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Warranty Registration
Thank you for purchasing an Omcan product. To register your warranty for this product, complete the information below, tear off the card at
the perforation and then send to the address specified below. You can also register online by visiting:
www.omcan.com/warrantyregistration.html
For mailing in Canada
For mailing in the US
OMCAN INC.
OMCAN
PRODUCT WARRANTY REGISTRATION
3115 Pepper Mill Court,
Mississauga, Ontario
PRODUCT WARRANTY REGISTRATION
1889 Maryland Avenue,
Niagara Falls, New York
Canada, L5L 4X5
USA, 14305
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Purchaser’s Information
Name:
Company Name:
Address:
Telephone:
City:
Province or State:
Postal or Zip:
Country:
Type of Company:
Dealer from which Purchased:
Dealer City:
Dealer Province or State:
Restaurant
Bakery
Deli
Butcher
Supermarket
Caterer
Institution (specify):
Invoice:
Model Name:
Email Address:
Other (specify):
Model Number:
Serial Number:
Machine Description:
Date of Purchase (MM/DD/YYYY):
Date of Installation (MM/DD/YYYY):
Thank you for choosing Omcan
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Over the last 60 years, Omcan has grown to become a leading supplier to the food
service industry in Canada and the USA. Our success over these many years is
directly attributed to our established relationships with all of our valued customers
and through providing them with Diverse, Dependable and Proven products.
Omcan continues to help our customers remain competitive.
With associates in North America, Europe, and Asia, our global footprint continues
to expand as we hold to the principle that clients benefit from the accessibility
and familiarity of our sales team. In 2013 as our geography and brand recognition
continued to grow, we changed to one name Omcan Food Machinery.
In over 200,000 sq ft of warehouse space we stock over 2,500 quality food
equipment and supplies for the food preparation market.
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