Instructions Manual

Instructions Manual
Instructions Manual
High Performance Industrial Blender
Model
TR-02
32688.7 - Dezembro/2008
SUMMARY
1. Introduction
1.1 Safety
1.2 Main Components
1.3 Technical Characteristics
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2. Installation and Pre-Operation
2.1 Installation
2.2 Pre Operation
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3. Operation
3.1 Starting
3.2 Feeding Procedures
3.3 Cleaning
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4. General Safety Practices
4.1 Basic Operation Procedures
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4.2 Safety Procedures and Notes Before Switching the Machine On
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
Routine Inspection
Operation
After finishing the work
Maintenance
Advices
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5. Problems Analysis and Resolutions
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5.1 Problems, Causes and Solutions
5.2 Electric Diagram Model TR-02
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1. Introduction
1.1
Safety
The High Performance Industrial Blender Model TR-02 is a machine simple to
use and to clean. However for your safety read the following instructions in order to
avoid accidents:
1.1.1 Always unplug the machine when cleaning, servicing or when any other
operation is needed.
1.1.2 Never use tools that do not belong to the machine during operation.
1.1.3 Before using the machine check if Cup Nº02 (Pic.01) is properly fitted in its
position.
1.1.4 Never throw water directly to the machine.
1.1.5 Do not operate the machine wearing wet clothes or wet shoes.
1.1.6 Before operating the machine be sure it is grounded properly.
1.2
Main Components
All components are made with carefully selected materials, in accordance with
Siemsen experience and standard testing procedures.
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Picture - 01
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Cup Lid
Cup
Motor Support Flange
Motor Housing
Base
On/Off Switch
Cup Flange
Voltage Selector Switch 110/220
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05
06
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1.3 Technical Characteristics
DATE
TABLE – 01
Voltage
Frequency
Power Rating
Consumption
Height
Width
Depth
Net Weight
Gross Weight
Rotation
U.M.
[V]
[Hz]
[W]
[kW/h]
[mm]
[mm]
[mm]
[kg]
[kg]
[ rpm]
Table - 02
TR-02
110/220
50 or 60 (*)
250
0,25
315
157
157
2,3
2,6
3500
Problems
Causs
*The machine does not turn
on.
*Lack of power.
* Problem in the electric
circuit of the machine.
* Cup is leaking.
* Damaged seal.
(*) Frequency will be only the one indicated on motor characteristics label.
2. Installation and Pre Operation
Solutions
* Check if machine is
plugged in and if there is
power in the power supply
source.
*
Call technical
assistance.
*
Call technical
assistance.
5.2 Electrical Diagram Mod. TR-02
2.1 Installation
On/Off switch
The Blender is to be installed onto a leveled surface approximately 850mm
high.
Voltage Selector Switch
110/220 Volts
850mm
The High Performance Industrial Blenders were developed to be used in both
voltages: 110V or 220V. Upon receiving the Blender check its voltage at the label and
adjust its voltage according to the one of the power supply source using the Voltage
Selector Switch Nº 08 (Pic.01) located at the bottom of the machine.
The feeding cord has two round pins and one grounding wire.
Grounding is mandatory before switching the machine ON.
2.2 Pre Operation
IMPORTANT
When placing the Cup Nº02 (Pic.01) be sure it is perfectly fitted. The Cup can be
fitted in the machine in any position; which guarantees a perfect operation.
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4.4 Operation
4.4.1 Advice
Be sure your hair is not loose in order to avoid getting caught by turning parts
which could lead to a serious accident. Tie your hair well up and/or cover your head with
a scarf.
The operation performed by not trained or skilled personnel shall be forbidden.
Never touch turning parts with your hands or in any other way.
NEVER operate machine without all original safety devices under perfect
conditions.
4.5
3. Operation
3.1 Starting
IMPORTANT
Before removing or installing the Cup Nº02 (Pic.01) be sure the motor has
completely stopped in order to avoid coupling premature wear out.
After Finishing The Work
4.5.1
Precautions
Always TURN THE MACHINE OFF by removing the plug from the socket before
cleaning the machine. Never clean the machine unless it has come to a complete stop.
Put all components back to their functional positions before turning it ON again.
Check level of oil. DO NOT place your fingers in between belts and pulleys nor
chains and gears.
4.6
Before using the machine all parts that get in contact with food must be washed
with running water and neutral soap. To clean your Blender read item 3.3 Cleaning on
this Manual.
Maintenance
Danger
Any maintenance with the machine in working situation is dangerous. TURN IT
OFF BY PULLING THE PLUG OFF THE SOCKET DURING MAINTENANCE.
The Blender is activated by turning the On/Off Switch Nº06 located in the Motor
Housing Nº05 (Pic.01) to ON position.
3.2 Feeding Procedures
The High Performance Industrial Blender works at high speed (approximately
3.500 rpm). To feed it proceed as follows:
1 - Remove the Lid Nº01 (Pic.01).
2 - Put product inside the Cup Nº02 (Pic.01) with the machine switched OFF.
3 - Place the Lid Nº01 (Pic.01) back on top of the Cup and switch the machine
4.6.1
4.7
Advice
Electrical or mechanical maintenance must be done by qualified personal for
such operation.
Person in charge has to be sure that the machine is under TOTAL SAFETY
conditions when working.
ON.
IMPORTANT
The processing time depends on the kind of each product.
IMPORTANT
NEVER SWITCH THE MACHINE ON WITHOUT LOAD IN IT BECAUSE IT WILL
CAUSE IRREPARABLE DAMAGES.
3.3 Cleaning
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Analysis and Problems Solving
5.1 Problem, causes and solutions
The High Performance Industrial Blenders were designed to operate with the
need of minimum maintenance but the natural wearing caused by longer use of the
equipment may occasionally cause some malfunctions.
If such problem occurs with your Blender refer to Table 02 in which the most
common situations are listed with recommended solutions
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IMPORTANT
Before removing the Cup be sure the motor has completely stopped.
Follow the below instructions for washing removable parts:
3.3.1 Unplug the machine.
3.3.2 Remove the Lid Nº01 (Pic.01) and the Cup Nº02 (Pic.01).
3.3.3 Wash all removable parts with running water and neutral soap.
3.3.4 To reinstall them, follow the above order inversely.
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IMPORTANT
When washing inside the Cup be careful with the blade as it has sharp edges.
4. General Safety Practices
The following safety instructions are addressed to both the operator of the
machine as well as the person in charge of maintenance. The machine has to be
delivered to the operator in perfect conditions of use, the Distributor must instruct the
Dealer about the machine operation and safety . The user shall operate the machine
only after being well acquainted with the safety procedures described in the present
manual. READ THIS MANUAL WITH ATTENTION.
4.1 Basic Operation Practices
4.1.1 Dangerous parts
Some parts of the electric devices are connected to high voltage points . These
parts when touched may cause severe electrical shocks or even be fatal.
Never touch commands such as buttons, switches and knobs with wet hands ,
wet clothes and/or shoes. By not following these instructions operator could be exposed
to severe electrical shocks or even to a fatal situation.
4.1.2 Warnings
The operator has to be well familiar with the position of ON/OFF Switch to make
sure the Switch is easy to be reached when necessary. Before any kind of maintenance,
physically remove plug from the socket.
Provide space for a comfortable operation thus avoiding accidents.
Water or oil spilled on the floor will turn it slippery and dangerous. Make sure
the floor is clean and dry.
Before giving any manual command (switch, buttons, turn keys or lever) be sure
the command is the correct one. Check this manual for further details if necessary.
Never use a manual command (switch, buttons, lever) unadvisedly.
If any work is to be made by two or more persons, coordination signs will have to
be given for each operation step. Every step of the operation shall be taken only if a
sign has been made and responded.
4.1.3 Advices
In case of power shortage, immediately turn the machine OFF.
Use recommended or equivalent lubricants, oils or greases.
Avoid mechanical shocks as they may cause failures or malfunction.
Avoid penetration of water, dirt or dust into mechanical or electrical components
of the machine.
DO NOT modify original characteristics of the machine.
DO NOT remove, tear off or maculate any labels stuck on the machine. If any
label has been removed or is no longer legible, contact your nearest dealer for
replacement.
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READ CAREFULLY AND WITH ATTENTION THE SAFETY OR OPERATION
INSTRUCTIONS LABELS DISPLAYED ON THE MACHINE, AS WELL AS THE
INSTRUCTION MANUAL AND THE TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS WRITTEN
INSIDE .
4.2 Safety Procedures and Notes Before Switching Machine ON
IMPORTANT
Carefully read ALL INSTRUCTIONS of this manual before turning the machine ON.
Be sure to be familiar with the instructions and that you have well understood all
information contained in this manual. If you have any question contact your
supervisor or your nearest Dealer.
4.2.1 Danger
An electric cable or electric wire with damaged jacket or bad insulation could
cause electrical shocks as well as electrical leak. Before use, check conditions of all
wires and cables.
4.2.2 Advices
Be sure ALL INSTRUCTIONS in this manual have been thoroughly understood.
Every function and operational procedure have to be very clear to the operator. Contact
your nearest Dealer for further questions.
Any manual command (switch, button or lever) shall be given only after being
sure it is the correct one.
4.2.3 Precautions
The electric cable has to be compatible with the power required by the machine.
Cables touching the floor or close to the machine need to be protected against short
circuits.
Oil reservoir has to be full up to the required level as indicated. Check level and
add oil if necessary.
4.3 Routine Inspection
4.3.1 Advice
When checking the tension of the belts or chains, DO NOT introduce your fingers
between the belts and the pulleys and nor between the chain and the gears.
4.3.2 Precautions
Check if motors, belts, chains or gears and sliding or turning parts of the machine
produce abnormal noises.
Check the tension of the belts and chains and replace the set when belt, chain or
gears show signs of being worn out.
When checking tensions of belts or chain DO NOT introduce your fingers
between belts and pulleys, nor between the chains and gears.
Check protections and safety devices to make sure they are working properly.
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