BM20 Planetary Mixer INSTALLATION

BM20 Planetary Mixer INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION / OPERATION
MANUAL
BM20 Planetary Mixer
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Contents
Introduction............................................................................................ 2
Specifications.......................................................................................... 3
Installation ............................................................................................. 4
Operation ................................................................................................ 5
Cleaning and Maintenance ..................................................................... 8
Fault Finding ........................................................................................... 8
Replacement Parts and Accessories ....................................................... 9
Wiring Diagrams ................................................................................... 10
Date Purchased .......................................................... Serial No.....................................................
Dealer.............................................................................................................................................
Service Agent ..................................................................................................................................
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Introduction
Introduction
We are confident that you will be delighted with your BLUE SEAL MIXER, and it will become a most
valued appliance in your commercial kitchen.
A new mixer can seem very complex and confusing at first glance. To ensure you receive the utmost
benefit from your new Blue Seal, there are two important things you can do.
Firstly
Please read the instruction book carefully and follow the directions given. The time taken will be well
spent.
Secondly
If you are unsure of any aspect of the installation, instructions or performance of your oven, contact your
Blue Seal dealer promptly. In many cases a phone call could answer your question.
The Blue Seal BM20 is a dependable mixer for kneading and mixing all kinds of dough, egg, cream,
cookies, mayonnaise etc. The mixer works smoothly and reliably. The Mixer has 3 speed selections and
an electronic timer. The mixer comes with various style attachments which can be used to obtain the
best results. These are made of alloy aluminum or are made of a food hygiene standard material.
The mixer is equipped with a powerful ½ HP motor and strong belt & gear drive design. The gears are
made of hardened alloy steel and a hardened steel worm wheel. A stainless steel safety guard and
electronic timer are available on all models.
With proper operation and maintenance this mixer will give you years of service, and obtain the best
results.
Safety Precautions
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause
property damage, injury or death.
Read the installation, operating and maintenance instructions thoroughly before
installing or servicing this equipment. Failure to do so may result in serious injury or
damage.
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Keep hands and clothing away from the bowl and hob attachments when in operation.
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Keep rigid objects away from the bowl and hub attachments when in operation.
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Do not use this machine for any applications other than food processing.
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Use the machine only with the electrical supply specified on the rating plate.
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Disconnect the machine from its power source before carrying out any maintenance.
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Do not disable or remove any of the safety mechanisms included with this machine.
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Do not leave the machine in operation unattended.
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Observe all maintenance and safety inspection schedules.
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Ensure the machine and any accessories / attachments are in stable, upright position before
operating.
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Ensure all safety features of the machine are fitted and operate correctly within the safety
requirements and procedures before operating the machine.
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Specifications
Motor
½ HP (0.375kW) powerful, ball bearing, ventilated within mixer enclosure.
Electrical Supply
230-240 Volts AC, 50Hz, 1P+N+E
or 400-415 Volts AC, 50Hz, 3P+E
Transmission
The gears are constant mesh gears in a special lubricant assuring long life; transmission gears are
of heat treated alloy steel, of highly accurate construction. All bearings are ball bearings. Positive
timing belt drive eliminates slip and speed variation.
Electronic Timer
The timer will stop the mixer when the desired time has elapsed.
Emergency ‘Stop’ Button
Located on the Control Panel on the right hand side of the machine. Pressing this button will stop
all movement of the machine.
The Emergency Stop Button should only be used in cases of emergency and SHOULD NOT be
used as the standard OPERATING method of stopping the mixer.
Safety Guard
Stainless steel safety guard smoothly rotates open. Fitted with a limit switch to shut off power
immediately to protect the operator.
Hub
The hub is only for the BM20HAT models.
Dimensions
Model
BM20AT
BM20HAT
Description
20 litre
Mixer
40 litre
Mixer
(with Hub)
Motor
Power
0.5 HP (0.375 kW)
Net Weight
(approx.)
Agitator
Speed
(RPM)
98 Kg
Low
116
Med
210
High
383
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Installation
Before installing the mixer, check that the available electrical supply match that of
the mixer as stated on the mixer’s rating plate.
Unpacking
Immediately after unpacking the mixer, check it for possible shipping damage. If this machine is
found to be damaged after unpacking, save the packaging material and contact the carrier within
one day of delivery.
Location
Place the mixer in its operating location - this should be a sturdy level surface. There should be
adequate space around the mixer for the user to operate the control and install and remove bowls.
Holes are provided in the base to permanently secure the mixer, although this not necessary in
normal installations.
Floor models must be leveled front-back and side-to-side by sliding shims under the legs as
required.
Electrical Connection
The supply cord on this machine is provided with a three-pin 13A fused and earthed plug. It is
imperative that the outlet to which this plug is connected be properly earthed (grounded).
Prior to installation, test the electrical service to assure it agrees with the specifications on the
machine data plate located on the back side of the pedestal.
Permissible voltage fluctuation is ± 10% of nominal voltage.
Components having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed) by the manufacturer, are
only allowed to be adjusted by an authorised service agent.
Rotation
To start the motor, push the ON button. The speed selector handle must be at one of the numbers
indicating a speed and not located between the numbers.
Figure 1
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Operation
Keep hands, clothing and utensils out of the bowl whilst the machine is in operation.
Failure to follow the operation instructions or improper use of the mixer may result in
damage to the mixer, or cause injury to the operator.
Important:
Great care must be taken to minimise dust emission when handling dry ingredients such as flour. Bags
should opened in the lower part of the bowl and poured from as close to the base of the bowl as possible.
It is recommended that ingredients suppliers’ hazard data sheets are consulted prior to use. The use of
respiratory protective equipment may be required during loading of the bowl.
‘Emergency ‘Stop’ Button
Gear Shift Lever
Electronic Timer
Drip Cup
‘On’ / ‘Off’ Power Switch
Bowl Lift Handle
Guard
Bowl Lift Slides
Bowl
Figure 2
Controls
All models are fitted with an 'ON' - 'OFF' switch and an emergency stop switch which controls power to
the mixer.
The Electronic Timer is used in conjunction with the 'ON' - 'OFF' switch for timed mixing operations and
will stop the mixer when the desired timed has elapsed.
The Gear Shift Lever is used to change speeds. Always stop the mixer before changing speeds. To
change speeds, turn the switch 'OFF', move the gear shift lever to the desired speed, and turn the switch
back 'ON'.
Speed 1 (Low) - This speed is for heavy mixtures such as bread dough, heavy batters, and potatoes.
Speed 2 (Medium) - This speed is for light dough which must rise quickly, heavy batters, and some
whipping operations.
Speed 3 (High) - This speed is fast speed for light work such as whipping cream, beating eggs, and
mixing thin batters.
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Operation
Emergency ‘Stop’ Button
The Emergency Stop Button should only be used in cases of emergency and SHOULD NOT be
used as the standard OPERATING method of stopping the mixer.
Located on the right hand side of the machine, on the Control Panel. Pressing this button will stop all
movement of the machine. ONLY ATTEMPT TO RE-START AFTER THE FAULT IS CORRECTED.
The machine cannot be re-started until:The Emergency Stop Button is pulled up to release.
Mixing Bowl / Agitators
New mixers bowls and agitators (beaters, whip, and dough arms) should be thoroughly washed with hot
water and mild soap solution, rinsed with either a mild soda or vinegar solution, and thoroughly rinsed
with clean water BEFORE being put into service. This cleaning procedure should also be followed for
bowls and agitators before whipping egg whites or whole eggs.
Fitting the Bowl
The bowl must be installed before the agitator. To install the bowl, fully lower the bowl support (Figure
2.). Position the bowl so the alignment bracket on the back of the bowl is in the bowl retainer and the
alignment pins on the front of the bowl support fit in the holes on the sides of the bowl.
Fitting the Agitators
To install an agitator, the bowl must be installed and fully lowered. Place the agitator in the bowl, push it
up on the agitator shaft, and turn it clockwise to seat the shaft pin in the slot of the agitator shank.
Dough Arm (Fig 3)
It is frequently used for heavy bread dough, and preferable
to be use at low speed.
MODEL NO.
HL-11010
The moisture content of heavy dough is a critical when
selecting proper mixing speed. You should never use 2nd
speed when mixing heavy dough with an Absorption Ratio
(AR) of 50% or less.
Fig 3
Beater (Fig 4)
It is commonly used for thin batters, cake and mashing
potatoes, like stuffing and preferable to be used at middle
speed.
MODEL NO.
HL-11010
Fig 4
Whip (Fig 5)
It is best for whipping cream and beating eggs and
preferable to be used at high speed.
MODEL NO.
HL-11010
Fig 5
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Operation
Attachments - Optional
To install an attachment, loosen the thumb screw on the attachment hub and remove the plug. Insert
the attachment into the attachment hub making certain that the square shank of the attachment is in the
square driver of the mixer. Secure the attachment by tightening the thumb screw.
Move the gear shift lever to the desired speed and start the mixer to operate the attachment.
The meat and food chopper attachment should be operated in second or third speed. If material in the
cylinder stalls the mixer, stop the mixer at once. DO NOT attempt to restart the mixer in a lower speed remove the adjusting ring, knife, plate, and worm and clear the obstruction.
Mixing Heavy Dough
The moisture content of heavy dough is a critical factor when selecting proper mixing speed. Do NOT use
2nd speed when mixing heavy dough with an Absorption Ratio (AR) of 60% or less. To determine the
Absorption Ratio (AR) of a product, the water weight divide by the flour weight.
Example:
Calculate the Absorption Ratio of a mixture containing 2 kg of water and 4 kg of flour.
AR = 2 ÷ 4 = 0.50 = 50 %
Product
Agitator
BM20
Whip
1l
Mashed Potatoes
Beater
7 kg
Mayonnaise (Qts. Oil)
Beater
10 l
Meringue (Qts. Water)
Whip
1l
Waffle/Pan cake Batter
Beater
8l
Whip
4l
Sheet Cake Batter
Beater
9 kg
Cup Cake
Beater
22 doz.
Layer Cake
Beater
9 kg.
Pound Cake
Beater
9.5 kg
Sugar Cookie
Beater
30 doz.
Bread or Roll Dough
(Light/ Medium, 60% AR †)
Hook
*
Water
2.6 kg
Flour
4.3 kg
Bread or Roll Dough (Heavy, 55% AR †)
Hook
*
Water
2 kg
Flour
3.6 kg
Thin Pizza Dough, Pasta, Basic Egg Noodle
(40% AR, = , 5 min. max. mix time)
Hook
*
Water
0.9 kg
Flour
2.25 kg
Medium Pizza Dough (50% AR †)
Hook
*
Water
1.3 kg
Flour
2.6 kg
Thick Pizza Dough (60% AR †)
Hook
*
Water
2.7 kg
Flour
4.5 kg
Raised Donut Dough (65% AR)
Hook
*
Water
1.3 kg
Flour
2 kg
Whole Wheat Dough ( 70% AR)
Hook
**
Water
3.2 kg
Flour
4.5 kg
Egg Whites
Whipped Cream
*
1st speed only
** 1st speed & 2nd speed only
†
If high gluten flour is used, reduce above dough batch size by 10%
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Cleaning / Maintenance
Cleaning Guidelines
Caution:
ALWAYS DISCONNECT FROM POWER SUPPLY BEFORE CLEANING OR MAINTENANCE
THIS UNIT IS NOT WATER PROOF.
The mixer should be thoroughly cleaned daily with a clean damp cloth and plastic scraper (metallic
implements are not recommended.
Never use a metal or stiff brush to clean the mixer. Never clean the mixer with a water hose or any
fluid pressure.
Bowls and agitators should be removed from the mixer and cleaned in a sink. The bowl guard should
be removed periodically and wiped clean.
Maintenance Guidelines
The Transmission Case and Planetary Mechanism should be inspected weekly for leaks, damage,
etc. Should it become necessary to repack the ball bearings, an authorized service technician or the
manufacturer should be contacted. Use of unproved grease or lubricants may lead to damage and
void the unit’s warranty.
The Bowl Lift Slides (Figure 2) should be lubricated every six months, or more often under heavy
usage. Disconnect the unit from the power supply before removing the top housing or apron.
The Drip Cup (Figure 2) should be inspected periodically for moisture or lubricant dripping. Remove
the cup and wipe it with a soft cloth.
Any parts found to be damaged, defective or worn out should be replaced immediately.
Fault Finding
Fault
The mixer does not operate.
Possible Cause
Remedy
The mains isolating switch on the Turn ‘On’ the mixer.
wall, circuit breaker or fuses are
“Off” at the power board.
The mixer electronic timer is set Set time setting, or set electronic
to ’0’.
timer to '0' to allow manual
operation.
Mixer stops during operation.
Mixer overload tripped.
Single phase models:
(Ensure that mixer is not being
Press reset button at rear of
overloaded - refer to table on
mixer.
previous page for capacity guide). Three phase models:
Call service
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Spare Parts / Accessories
Replacement part list
BM20AT-12-001
BM20AT-12-003
BM20AT-12-004
BM20AT-12-002
BM20AT-06-003
HL-GL12SH
HL-VS12A
BM20ATM
TBD
Stainless Steel Bowl.
Aluminium Hook.
Stainless Steel Wire Whip.
Batter Beater.
HUB Attachment Drive.
Mincer.
Slicer / Shredder.
10 litre Reduction Kit (includes Bowl, Hook & Beater)
Electronic Timer.
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Wiring Diagrams
Single Phase Models
Three Phase Models
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