chapter 6 sanitation - Peerless Food Equipment

chapter 6 sanitation - Peerless Food Equipment
CHAPTER 6
SANITATION
TILT BOWL MIXER
CHAPTER 6
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SANITATION
6-1 Sanitation Schedule .
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Table 6-1-1 Sanitation Schedule .
6-1-1 Daily Cleaning Detail
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6-1-2 Weekly Cleaning Detail
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6-1-3 Monthly Cleaning Detail
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6-2 Agitator Shaft Seal Cleaning
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6-3 Flour Gate Cleaning .
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6-4 Flour Dust Vent Cage/Sock
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6-5 Inside Bowl .
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CHAPTER 6
LIST OF FIGURES, CHARTS, TABLES, EXAMPLES
SANITATION
Sanitation Schedule Table.
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SECTION 6-1
SANITATION SCHEDULE
DANGER
Electrical shock possible. Disconnect and lockout power before
cleaning. See Section 1-3, Zero Energy State Procedures.
DANGER
Running or coasting mixing arms can cause serious injury or death.
Never reach inside mixing bowl without disconnecting and locking out
power.
CAUTION
Make sure all covers, guards and other parts that are removed for
cleaning are re-attached and secured before running mixer.
CAUTION
Soaps with high Ph values can cause damage to inside bowl surface
over a period of time. Use mild soap to clean mixer.
Your Peerless mixer has been designed and built for easy cleaning. We recommend the following
cleaning schedule and instructions to avoid unsanitary conditions and to add to the life of your
mixer.
Sometimes personal experience dictates a sanitation schedule different from our recommendation.
However, it is important that you develop and enforce a thorough, periodic cleaning program that
covers your mixer's sanitation needs.
Follow all safety and sanitation guidelines when working on the mixer. Before starting to clean
your mixer, always disconnect and lock out electrical power. See Section 1-3, Zero Energy State
Procedures.
We strongly recommend thorough cleaning of your new mixer before you mix the first batch.
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SECTION 6-1
SANITATION SCHEDULE TABLE 6-1-1
DANGER
Avoid personal injury or death. Disconnect and lockout power before
cleaning. See Section 1-3, Zero Energy State Procedures.
SUGGESTED AREA
PROCEDURE
Agitator Shaft Seals
Disassemble, clean with warm, soapy water.
Pack with food-grade lubricant.
FREQUENCY
Daily
(each down day)
Canopy Scrapers
Remove dough build-up with warm, soapy water
or scrape with plastic scraper.
Weekly
Drive Motor
Clean fan cover. Dry clean housing with brush.
Monthly
Flour Dust Vent/Cage Sock
Remove excess flour, dough.
Weekly
Flour Gate
Remove flour and dough with soapy water.
Weekly
Front/Rear Bowl Seals
Remove dough build-up.
Weekly
Inside Bowl
Clean with hose and plastic scraper or machinewash.
Mixer End Columns
Wipe out flour dust or oil.
Mixer Outside
Clean with warm, soapy water.
Daily
(each down day)
Monthly
Daily
(each down day)
Safety Ingredient Door
Clean frame, underside of door.
Daily
(each down day)
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SECTION 6-1
DAILY CLEANING DETAIL 6-1-1
We recommend daily cleaning of the following areas of your Peerless mixer. If your mixer
operates on a 24-hour schedule, and daily cleaning is not possible, we recommend cleaning
during every scheduled nonproduction, or down time. Clean by washing down with water or by
scraping and wiping the surfaces.
We also recommend daily cleaning of any other surfaces that come into direct contact with dough.
DANGER
WARNING
Avoid personal injury or death. Disconnect and lockout power before
cleaning. See Section 1-3, Zero Energy State Procedures.
When spraying mixer or mixer components with water or compressed
air, always wear eye protection to prevent objects entering eyes.
DAILY CLEANING:
CAUTION
Failure to clean agitator shaft seals can cause damage to agitator shaft.
Agitator Shaft Seals.
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Disassemble and clean with warm, soapy water. See Section
6-2.
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Pack seals with Petrol Gel, solid shortening, or equivalent
food-grade lubricant.
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SECTION 6-1
DAILY CLEANING (con’t.):
CAUTION
Inside Bowl.
Mixer Outside.
NOTE:
Avoid personal injury and damage to mixer bowl. Be sure refrigeration
system is turned off before cleaning inside bowl.
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We recommend washing with a hose and plastic scraper for
inside-bowl cleaning. See Section 6-5, Inside Bowl.
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If machine-wash method is used, fill bowl to agitator shaft with
soap and water (and optional sanitizing agent). Run 30
minutes in low speed. See Section 6-5, Inside Bowl.
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If washing inside bowl with a high-pressure hose, use only
water. We do not recommend washing inside bowl with a
high-pressure hose if very hot water and/or powerful sanitizing
chemicals are used. See Section 6-5, Inside Bowl.
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We do not recommend steam cleaning inside bowl.
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Clean with warm, soapy water.
Do not spray the operator control panel, or any electrical covers or conduits,
directly with water or other liquids.
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SECTION 6-1
WEEKLY CLEANING DETAIL 6-1-2
We recommend the following areas of your Peerless mixer be cleaned thoroughly once a week.
DANGER
Avoid personal injury or death. Disconnect and lockout power before
cleaning. See Section 1-3, Zero Energy State Procedures.
WEEKLY CLEANING:
Canopy Scrapers
(Optional).
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Check for dough buildup. Clean with warm, soapy water or
scrape off dough with plastic scraper.
Flour Dust Vent
Cage/Sock.
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Remove sock from cage. Remove excess flour from sock. If
using compressed air to blow sock clean, wear safety glasses
for eye protection. See Section 6-4, Flour Dust Vent
Cage/Sock.
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Clean cage to remove flour and dough.
CAUTION
Avoid personal injury. Be sure pneumatic system is turned off and locked
out before cleaning flour gates or safety ingredient doors. See Section
1-3, Zero Energy State Procedures.
Flour Gate.
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Disassemble and clean with warm, soapy water to remove flour
dust and dough. See Figure 6-3-1 Flour Gate Assembly.
Front/Rear Bowl Seals.
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Check for dough buildup. Remove; scrape clean.
Safety Ingredient Door.
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Check for dough/gluten buildup on underside of door. Wipe out
any materials present.
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Clean flour and dough from frame.
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SECTION 6-1
MONTHLY CLEANING DETAIL 6-1-3
We recommend the following areas of your Peerless mixer be cleaned once a month.
DANGER
Avoid personal injury or death. Disconnect and lockout power before
cleaning. See Section 1-3, Zero Energy State Procedures.
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE:
Drive Motor.
Mixer End Columns.
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Remove and clean drive-motor fan cover.
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Dry clean drive-motor housing with a brush. Be sure ribs
(veins) are free of flour, dough or other debris.
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Clean by wiping out any flour dust or oil that may be present.
Do not wash inside end doors with water.
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SECTION 6-2
AGITATOR SHAFT SEAL CLEANING
DANGER
Cleaning mixer while power is on could cause serious injury or death.
Avoid accidental operation of mixer. Lockout electrical power before
cleaning. See Section 1-3, Zero Energy State Procedures.
The agitator shaft seals on your Peerless mixer are designed for quick and easy cleaning.
Peerless recommends the agitator shaft seals be cleaned daily or during every scheduled
nonproduction, or down time. We realize personal experience may dictate a cleaning schedule
different from our recommendation; however, shaft seals should be cleaned at least once or twice
a week to prevent damage to the seals and/or agitator shaft. Follow all safety guidelines and
OSHA rules when cleaning the mixer.
We recommend the following procedure for cleaning agitator shaft seals.
TO CLEAN AGITATOR SHAFT SEALS:
1.
Disconnect and lockout electrical power to mixer. See Section 1-3, Zero Energy State
Procedures.
2.
Remove wing nuts that hold shaft seal assembly to bowl ends.
Agitator Shaft
Wing Nut
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SECTION 6-2
3.
Slide shaft seal assembly away from bowl end.
assembly.
Remove O-ring from shaft seal
Agitator Shaft
O-Ring
4.
Unsnap and remove stainless band clamp.
Stainless Band Clamp
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SECTION 6-2
5.
Pull apart plastic split inserts to expose split seals.
Split Seals
Agitator Shaft
Split Insert
6.
Remove spring insert from split seals. It is best to not unhook the spring. Use a finger to
slide the spring out of the lip of the seal. Let the spring stay on the shaft.
Split Seals
Spring Insert
7.
Inspect seals. Replace if hard and brittle, or show excessive wear.
8.
Clean seals and seal housing by washing in warm water.
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SECTION 6-2
9.
Lubricate split seals and seal inserts with Petrol Gel, white petroleum jelly or shortening to
help seal and prolong the life of the seals.
Lubricating Gel
Seal Split
10.
Reinstall split seals on shaft making sure groove openings face mixer bowl. Guide seal
spring into grooves. Grease seals and fill grooves with Petrol Gel, white petroleum jelly or
shortening.
Split Seals with groove
openings facing bowl
Bowl End
Seal Springs
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SECTION 6-2
11.
Reinstall split inserts over split seals on shaft.
Split Seals
Agitator Shaft
Split Inserts
12.
Place band clamp over split insert and snap shut.
Split Insert
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SECTION 6-2
13.
Install a bead of Petrol Gel in O-ring groove on lip of split insert.
Lip of Split Insert
Petrol Gel
14.
Install rubber O-ring in groove on lip of split insert.
Groove on Lip
of Split Insert
Rubber O-ring
Petrol Gel
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SECTION 6-2
15.
Slide split seal assembly over stud mounting holes. Be sure seal splits between housing
halves are horizontal when bowl is in full-up position.
Bowl in Full-Up Position
Split Seal Assembly
Stud
Agitator Shaft
Seal Split
Stud
NOTE:
16.
In some applications, studs and wing nuts are welded together. Insert studs
through shaft seal assembly and into bowl end. Secure by tightening wing
nuts.
Install flat washers and wing nuts on studs. Tighten wing nuts.
Flat Washer
Wing Nut
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SECTION 6-3
FLOUR GATE CLEANING
DANGER
Severe personal injury or death may result from improper contact with
flour gate slide. Turn off air supply, bleed off air pressure and lockout
before cleaning. See Section 1-3, Zero Energy State Procedures.
DANGER
Do not walk on top of mixer. Surfaces of mixer may be slippery and could
cause fall resulting in injury.
CAUTION
Do not reach hand or arm into flour gate opening. Severe personal injury
may result.
The flour gate on your Peerless mixer is designed for easy cleaning. Flour dust, dough and
gluten can get into flour gate openings and fittings, causing unsanitary conditions and less
efficient operation of your mixer.
Check Chapter 2, Options Checklist, to see which type flour gate has been installed on your
mixer:
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Standard Butterfly-style Valve
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Optional Pneumatic Slide Gate.
Peerless recommends that you keep on hand a spare flour dust vent sock and flour gate-to-flour
hopper flexible connection, or sleeve for rotation purposes. Rotate the flour dust vent sock and
customer-supplied sleeve weekly during sanitation.
See Section 6-4, Flour Dust Vent
Cage/Sock.
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SECTION 6-3
CLEANING AN OPTIONAL PNEUMATIC FLOUR SLIDE GATE
We recommend the following steps for cleaning a pneumatic slide gate.
1.
2.
Disconnect and lockout electrical power to the mixer. See Section 1-3, Zero Energy
State Procedures.
Shut off the mixer's air supply by turning the mixer's shut-off valve located behind the end
doors, in front of the air supply filter-regulator-coalescer assembly. When the shut-off valve
is turned, the air pressure will bleed off.
3.
Lock out the air supply to the mixer. See Section 1-3, Zero Energy State Procedures.
4.
Remove the flour sock from between mixer and hopper.
5.
Remove the retainer knobs from the top of the flour gate assembly.
6.
Lift off the flour flange retainer plate exposing the flour gate assembly.
7.
Wipe off the flour gate slide, retainer plate and air cylinder. Wash any plastic parts in
cool water. DO NOT USE HOT WATER.
8.
Reassemble flour gate assembly making sure to tighten the knobs securely.
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SECTION 6-3
CLEANING AN OPTIONAL BUTTERFLY-STYLE VALVE
We recommend the following steps for cleaning an optional butterfly-style valve.
1.
Disconnect and lockout electrical power to the mixer. See Section 1-3, Zero Energy
State Procedures.
2.
Shut off the mixer's air supply by turning the mixer's shut-off valve located behind the end
doors, in front of the air supply filter-regulator-coalescer assembly. When the shut-off valve
is turned, the air pressure will bleed off.
3.
Lock out the air supply to the mixer. See Section 1-3, Zero Energy State Procedures.
4.
Remove flour sock from between mixer and hopper.
5.
Lower bowl and scrape the bottom of the flour gate to clean.
6.
Reinstall flour dust vent sock.
CAUTION
NOTE:
Do not reach hand or arm inside butterfly valve opening when
reconnecting air lines. Valve may move unexpectedly causing personal
injury.
When reinstalling, be sure to replace proximity cables on correct proximity
pickups.
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SECTION 6-4
FLOUR DUST VENT CAGE/SOCK
DANGER
Accidental operation of mixer while cleaning can cause severe
personal injury or death. Disconnect and lockout power before
cleaning. See Section 1-3, Zero Energy State Procedures.
The flour dust vent sock covers the flour dust vent cage to catch and contain flour dust
particles. See Figure 3-11-1, Flour Dust Vent Assembly.
Peerless recommends that you keep a spare flour dust vent sock on hand. Remove the vent
sock weekly from the flour dust vent cage and replace it with the spare sock. Machine wash
the soiled vent sock and have it ready for the next sanitation rotation or in case problems occur
with the sock in use. To order optional spare flour dust vent socks, call the Parts Department
at Peerless Machinery Corp.
We recommend, also, that you keep a spare flour-gate to flour-hopper flexible connection, or
sleeve. See Figure 3-8-1, Flour Gate Connection. Rotate the customer-supplied sleeve weekly
during scheduled sanitation, the same as with the flour dust vent sock.
NOTE:
It is important to have available a freshly sanitized sleeve and flour dust vent
sock for every sanitation cycle.
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SECTION 6-5
INSIDE BOWL
DANGER
CAUTION
Accidental operation of mixer while cleaning can cause severe
personal injury or death. Disconnect and lockout power before
cleaning. See Section 1-3, Zero Energy State Procedures.
If cleaning mixer by high-pressure hose-wash method, always use
protective eye wear and rain gear.
We recommend daily cleaning inside the mixer's bowl. Clean inside the bowl by filling it with warm
water and running the agitators in low speed for no more than 30 minutes. Remove water from
the bowl by pouring into a trough or by draining through the optional bowl drain valve.
To use the optional bowl drain valve, attach a 2" ID hose to the valve discharge fitting. Loosen
the valve hand knob by turning it counterclockwise. Pull the hand knob out to open the valve. Do
not tilt the bowl until the drain hose has been removed.
CAUTION
During machine-wash, do not exceed 30 minutes running time, especially
in low speed. Motor overheating can occur.
Caustic sanitizers are known to etch stainless steel interiors and seals over time, especially if used
in excess of manufacturer's parts-per-million recommendations. It is important to monitor usages
of your specific sanitizing chemical to minimize damage without compromising mixer sanitation
requirements.
CAUTION
During sanitization, always remove agitator shaft seals, clean and
relubricate with food grade lubricant. See Section 6-2, Agitator Shaft
Seal Cleaning.
We do not recommend steam cleaning the inside bowl.
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SECTION 6-6
MIXER END COLUMNS
DANGER
CAUTION
Accidental operation of mixer while cleaning can cause severe
personal injury or death. Disconnect and lockout power before
cleaning. See Section 1-3, Zero Energy State Procedures.
Do not wash inside the end doors with water. Components inside end
enclosure are not corrosion proof.
Peerless recommends cleaning the mixer end columns once a month by wiping out excess
grease and oil with a dry cloth. Flour dust can be wiped out with a dry cloth or vacuumed out.
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