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OPERATORS MANUAL
MODELS
P 22 / 82 / 32 / 98
2
1
3
5
4
1. Tray
2. Pusher
ENTERPRISE
(P 22 / 32 )
3. Switch
4. Worm casing Lock knob
6
5. Worm casing group
7
6. Worm casing
9
7. Worm
10
8. Cutter
9. Plate
10. Nut
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UNGER
(P 82 / 98 )
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1.-MACHINE DESCRIPTION
The machine is a mincer used for transforming pieces of fresh meat into minced meat. It has a
tray (1) where the meat to be minced is placed, with a hole through where the meat pieces are
introduced towards the worm-casing (6). In this point takes place the mincing process by a
worm (7) that sends the meat towards the blade (8) which cuts it, and the hole plate(s) (9). The
meat, already minced, goes out through these holes.
2.-SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
On the worm casing of the meat mincer, the diameter of the holes on the last plate must be <8 mm. The
thickness of the last plate must be < 5 mm. In case of damage, no responsibility would be accepted for the
non-compliance of the above point.
The meat mincer is equipped with some safety devices in order to prevent hazards:
2.1.-ELECTRICAL DEVICES: (CE models)
1. The push buttons (3) are working on safety low tension.
2. When the power is restored after a power interruption or when an interlock switch is remade
the machine does not automatically start. It is necessary to restart the machine by pressing
the on switch (3).
3. The ground wires, coloured green and yellow, have the same section as the wires with bigger
section of the machine.
4. The electrical elements situated inside the machine housing are protected according to IP 33. The
electrical components situated outside the machine are protected according to IP 67.
2.2.-MECHANICAL DEVICES:
1. There is a protection element at the tray (1) which avoids the fingers to arrive to the worm
(7) in case the hand could be accidentally introduced through the tray hole.
2. A plastic pusher (2) is supplied with every machine. The operator has to use this element for
introducing the meat without risk.
2.3.-SYMBOLS
It is obligatory to read all the instruction manual before any operation on
the machine.
Machine according to the Directive 89/392/CE, 91/368/CE, 93/44/CE,
93/68/CE (the machines sold at the European Community).
Do not use a jet water source for washing the machine.
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3.-INSTALLATION
3.1.-INSTALLATION IN THE WORK PLACE
The mincer should be installed on a work surface that has enough stability and strength to
support the weight of the machine
Mod.
A
P 22
85
P 82
100
P 32
115
P 98
130
500
505 (*550)
350
275
325
A
* in model: singlephase II de 2 cv.
3.2.-ELECTRICAL CONNECTION WARNING!
1. Make sure that the line voltage of your main power source matches the rated voltage of
the machine, which appears in the rating plate.
2. The outlet plug should remain at a height from the floor in between 0’6 and 1’9 m. and at
sight for the operator to easy check if the machine has been unplugged before cleaning it.
3. Always plug the machine to a grounded outlet.
4. Do not turn on the slicer if the cable or plug is damaged.
5. The fuse in the outlet plug must have between 3 and 16 amperes.
6. The machine must be connected to a leakage current breaker.
7. At three-phase models, if it is necessary a change of voltage, from 400v. to 230v. or vice
versa, see section 10.
8. At three-phase models, it is necessary to check the sense of rotation as the correct one, so
that it should be the opposite sense as of the clock, as shown in the signals on the front of the
machine; if this is not correct, there should be a change made to the phases of the plug in
order to change the sense of rotation.
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4.-OPERATION WARNINGS
1. Do not try to turn on the machine without learning before how to operate it.
2. Never make the machine work empty, for avoiding the premature damage of the hole
plate and the cutter, which should affect to a good mincing process.
3. If several hole plates are used, they must be coupled with their correspondent cutter;
do not interchange this elements as the mincing quality should be affected.
4. This machine allows mincing only fresh meat.
5. Operation conditions: Temperature: 5-40ºC / Humidity: 30-95%
6. Verify that the worm casing is properly placed and
the fixing knob (4) at the horizontal closed position
as shown at the plate:
ABIERTO
OUVERT
OPEN
CERRADO
FERMÉ
CLOSED
4.1.-MINCING OPERATION:
1. Position a tray or a paper under the worm casing group (5) of product exit.
2. Remove the pusher (2) and put the meat at the tray hole (1).
3. Press on the white On switch (3) (or turn the switch, depending on the models). The mincer
starts to work.
4. Use always the pusher (2) for helping the meat to introduce by the tray hole (1)..
5. After having minced the desired amount of meat press the red off switch (3) (or turn the
switch on the opposite side, depending on the models), for stopping the meat mincer.
WARNING: Never overload the machine.
5.-MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
WARNING: The machine must be turned off and unplugged for cleaning and
maintenance operations.
Use a damp cloth in detergent to clean the machine. Never use any chemical or abrasive
products. Do not use a brush or any other type of utensils that could damage the different pieces
of the mincer. Thin and dry..
For a good cleaning it is necessary to remove the worm casing group (5) and its elements
following the instructions of this chapter.
5.1.-WORM CASING GROUP (5) AND ELEMENTS DISASSEMBLY:
WARNING: The machine must be turned off and unplugged.
1. Turn the Fixing Knob (4) to the open position:
2. Remove carefully the Group outside.
3. unscrew the Nut (10) and take out carefully the Hole Plate
(9), the Cutter (8) and the Worm (7).
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ABIERTO
OUVERT
OPEN
CERRADO
FERMÉ
CLOSED
5.2.-WORM CASING GROUP (5) AND ELEMENTS ASSEMBLING:
1. Introduce the Worm Casing (6) watching that the guide (12) enters at the bedding (13) and fix it
using the knob (4), turning to the closed position as shown at the drawing:
P 22 / 32
13
2. Introduce the worm (7).
12
3. Put the cutter (8).
4. Place the hole plate (9).
6
P 82 / 98
2. Introduce the worm (7).
3. Put the inner hole plate (9), cutting facing
against the cutter, not the other way.
4. Put the cutter (8).
ABIERTO
OUVERT
OPEN
CERRADO
FERMÉ
CLOSED
5. Put the external hole plate (9).
6. Place the supplement ring.
7. Place the Nut (10) screwing on counter clock wise.
IMPORTANT WARNING: In this operation, the Nut (10) must be clamped carefully,
without straining, for avoiding a premature deterioration of the hole plate and cutter due to an
excess of pressure (best plates and cutters manufacturers recommendation.
5.3.-CLEANING FREQUENCY:
To guarantee a maximum hygiene level, it is necessary to clean all the parts in the contact
food area every day. Make sure to clean the machine completely at least once a week. Cover the
mincer with a clean cloth once you have finished cleaning it.
6.-TROUBLE SHOOTING
6.1.-Problem: The mincer does not start.
1. Verify there is current at the plug..
2. Verify the plug voltage with the mincer voltage characteristic plate.
3. In affirmative case of these points, call the distributor authorised.
6.2.-Problem: A slow start of motor or overheat.
1. Verify the plug voltage with the machine voltage characteristic plate.
2. In affirmative case call the distributor authorised.
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6.3.-Problem: Blade does not mince enough.
1. Verify that the blade and the plate are not worn out. If not, proceed to substitute both parts
(never interchange plates or cutters worn out with new ones).
2. Verify that the worm (6) has been introduced correctly towards the end of its place in the
machine, and the nut (10) pressing the plate (9) but not on the worm (6).
3. In this operation, the Nut (10) must be clamped carefully, without straining, for avoiding a
premature deterioration of the hole plate and cutter due to an excess of pressure, and a bad
mincing finish of the product.
7.-SOUND LEVEL
The mincer maintains an acoustic level under the 70 decibels.
8.-LIABILITY
No liability will be accepted when the damages are caused by inadequate use, defective
handling, structural modifications, removal of the protection devices or use of spare parts that
are not from the manufacturer. The seller will not be liable to the buyer when the damages are
caused to a natural wear out of the machine.
9.-TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:
Motor: P 22 / 82:
P 22 / 82 / 32 / 98:
II:
1 hp.
230v.
50Hz.
II:
III:
III:
2 hp.
2 hp.
3 hp.
230v.
230/400v.
230/400v.
50Hz.
50Hz
50Hz
ATTENTION: These specifications could change for some countries due to special
voltages. Verify the rating plate of the machine before plugging it.
Safety:
1. Protection at the tray hole (1) and pusher (2) for helping to introduce the meat by this tray
hole.
2. 24 v. electric system low tension, On-off switch and no volt release in CE models.
Finish: 18/8 stainless steel.
MOD.
Worm casing diameter mm
Hourly production (Kg./h)
Net weight, Kg.
P 22
82’5
250/300
38
P 82
82
250/300
39
NOTE: The specifications could be changed without prior notice.
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P 32
100
400/450
39
P 98
98
400/450
40
10.-ANNEX FOR TECHNICAL SERVICE: THREEPHASE VOLTAGE CHANGING
WARNING: The machine must be turned off and unplugged, before this operation.
To change from 400v. to 230v. or from 230v. to 400v., proceed as follows:
1. The tray must be removed, unscrewing the four screws
(11) shown at the drawing:
2. At the engine exit, change the connector 400V. by 230V.
or vice versa according to the desired voltage. See detail
11
A at the threephase wiring diagram of page 8.
3. At “CE”models, change the connector 400V. by 230V. or vice versa according to the desired
voltage. See detail B at the wiring diagram of page 8.
4. Place the tray fixing the four screws (11).
IMPORTANT WARNING: The motor and transformer must be connected at the same
voltage.
After the change, the new voltage must be marked in the place of the old one in the characteristic plate.
WIRING DIAGRAM III
WIRING DIAGRAM II
S WI T C H
SWI T C H
230 v. II
230/400 v. III
PLUG
PL U G
GN D
GN D
MO T O R
VO L T A G E
CH A N G E
MO T O R
CO N D E N S E R
230
400
A
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WIRING DIAGRAM II CE MODEL
PLUG
green-yellow
MOTOR
0 230 400 0 24
black 1
red
1 3 5 13 A1
red
green-yellow
black
white
CONDENSER
ON
black 4
black 5
4
3
2
OFF
2 4 6 14 A2
M
230 v.
50 y 60 Hz.
~
bleu
black 2
brown
black 3
black 6
1
WIRING DIAGRAM III CE MODEL
PLUG
green-yellow
ON
OFF
0 230 400 0 24
400
B
A
yellow
black
red
4
3
2
black 4
black 5
230
black 1
black
blue
white
black 6
1
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2 4 6 14 A2
MOTOR
green-yellow
1 3 5 13 A1
M
230/400 v.
50 y 60 Hz.
~
red
black
yellow
blue
black
brown
black 2
black 3
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