COMBI-KETTLE
COMBI-KETTLE
PROVENO E
Type: 40 l, 60 l, 80 l, 100 l, 150 l, 200 l, 300 l, 400 l
Accessories:
MIXER, MANUAL COOLING, AUTOMATIC COOLING, ICEBANK COOLING, AUTOMATIC WATER
FILLING, EASYRUN 1.1 PROGRAMMING
Installation and Operation Manual
Original instructions
Rev 1.2
(24.08.2016)
S/N: 10911210170030 Valid from 17.10.2012
4222150, 4222152, 4222154, 4222156, 4222158, 4222160, 4222162, 422164
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
1.3.1.
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2.1.
2.2.
2.3.
2.3.1.
2.3.2.
2.3.3.
2.3.4.
2.3.5.
2.4.
2.5.
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3.1.
3.1.1.
3.2.
3.3.
3.4.
3.4.1.
3.4.2.
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4.1.
4.1.1.
4.1.2.
4.2.
4.2.1.
4.2.2.
4.2.3.
4.2.4.
4.2.5.
4.2.6.
4.2.7.
4.2.8.
4.2.9.
4.2.10.
4.2.11.
4.2.12.
4.2.13.
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General .......................................................................................................................................................5
Symbols used in the manual .......................................................................................................................5
Symbols used on the appliance...................................................................................................................5
Checking the relationship of the appliance and the manual ........................................................................5
Proveno combi-kettle versions.....................................................................................................................6
Safety Instructions .................................................................................................................................. 11
General ...................................................................................................................................................... 11
Construction of the combi-kettle ...............................................................................................................12
Safe and correct use..................................................................................................................................14
Avoiding burns ...........................................................................................................................................15
Avoiding risks during mixing and tilting the kettle .....................................................................................15
Other instructions for correct and safe use ...............................................................................................15
Changing the settings and adjustments ....................................................................................................16
Safety instructions in the event of malfunction .........................................................................................16
Disposal of the appliance ..........................................................................................................................16
Other prohibitions (dangerous methods and procedures) .........................................................................16
Functional description ............................................................................................................................17
Intended use of the appliance ...................................................................................................................17
Use for other purposes .............................................................................................................................17
Construction ..............................................................................................................................................17
Operating principle ....................................................................................................................................17
Operation switches and indicator lights ....................................................................................................18
Display messages for the user ..................................................................................................................20
Error message lights .................................................................................................................................20
Operating instructions ............................................................................................................................21
Before use .................................................................................................................................................21
Preparing for use .......................................................................................................................................21
Maintenance information ..........................................................................................................................22
Operation procedures................................................................................................................................23
Operating the control panel - General .......................................................................................................23
Tilting the kettle .........................................................................................................................................23
Positioning the mixing tool and scrapers ..................................................................................................24
Cooking .....................................................................................................................................................25
Changing the temperature ........................................................................................................................26
Stopping the cooking.................................................................................................................................26
Mixing functions .......................................................................................................................................26
Mixing while tilting ....................................................................................................................................28
Manual water filling ...................................................................................................................................28
Automatic water filling (option)..................................................................................................................29
Timer functions ........................................................................................................................................30
Automatic cooling .....................................................................................................................................32
Manual cooling (option) ............................................................................................................................34
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4.2.18.
4.2.19.
4.3.
4.3.1.
4.3.2.
4.3.3.
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5.1.
5.1.1.
5.1.2.
5.1.3.
5.1.4.
5.1.5.
5.2.
5.2.1.
5.2.2.
5.2.3.
5.2.4.
5.2.5.
5.2.6.
5.3.
5.4.
5.4.1.
5.4.2.
5.4.3.
5.4.4.
5.5.
5.6.
5.7.
5.7.1.
5.7.2.
5.8.
5.8.1.
5.8.2.
5.9.
5.10.
5.11.
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6.1.
6.2.
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EasyRun 1.1 programming.........................................................................................................................35
Possible power failure during timing or EasyRun program .......................................................................38
Programming lockup reset ........................................................................................................................39
CleanPlus cleaning aid program - ClnP ......................................................................................................40
Self-control (HACCP) (option) ...................................................................................................................40
Energy consumption readout ....................................................................................................................41
After use ....................................................................................................................................................42
Cleaning.....................................................................................................................................................42
Periodic service .........................................................................................................................................44
Service recording ......................................................................................................................................44
Installation ...............................................................................................................................................45
General ......................................................................................................................................................45
Operating conditions .................................................................................................................................45
Possible interference from the surroundings (to the surroundings) ..........................................................45
Storage ......................................................................................................................................................45
Unpacking the appliance............................................................................................................................45
Disposal of the package ............................................................................................................................46
Installation .................................................................................................................................................46
Dimensions ...............................................................................................................................................47
Floor drain positioning ...............................................................................................................................48
Positioning of installation frames...............................................................................................................49
Subsurface frame cast into the floor .........................................................................................................50
Surface installation frame fixed to the floor...............................................................................................51
Installing the combi-kettle on the frame ....................................................................................................52
Electrical connections................................................................................................................................54
Water connections ....................................................................................................................................57
Icebank connections (C3 option) ..............................................................................................................58
Water connection and quality requirements ............................................................................................58
Optional twin water connection (T) for soft water .....................................................................................58
Extreme water conditions .........................................................................................................................58
Ventilation ..................................................................................................................................................59
Other installations ....................................................................................................................................59
Procedures after installation ......................................................................................................................59
Adjusting the tilting ...................................................................................................................................59
Fastening the mixer motor cover box ........................................................................................................60
First run and testing ..................................................................................................................................60
Filling the steam generator........................................................................................................................60
Checking the safety block..........................................................................................................................60
Adjustments, programming.......................................................................................................................61
Staff training ..............................................................................................................................................61
Combination of machines ..........................................................................................................................61
Adjustment instructions .........................................................................................................................62
Setting customer specific parameters.......................................................................................................62
Customer specific parameters, settings and factory presets ...................................................................63
Troubleshooting.......................................................................................................................................65
Technical specifications ..........................................................................................................................68
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General
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General
Carefully read the instructions in this manual as they contain important information regarding proper,
efficient and safe installation, use and maintenance of the appliance.
Keep this manual in a safe place for eventual use by other operators of the appliance.
The installation of this appliance must be carried out in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions
and following local regulations. The connection of the appliance to the electric, steam and water supply
must be carried out by qualified persons only.
Persons using this appliance should be specifically trained in its operation.
Switch off the appliance in the case of failure or malfunction. The periodical function checks requested in
the manual must be carried out according to the instructions. Have the appliance serviced by a technically qualified person authorized by the manufacturer and using original spare parts.
Not complying with the above may put the safety of the appliance in danger.
1.1.
Symbols used in the manual
STOP
This symbol informs about a situation where a safety risk might be at hand. Given instructions are mandatory in order to prevent injury.
This symbol informs about the right way to perform in order to prevent bad results, appliance damage
or hazardous situations.
This symbol informs about recommendations and hints that help to get the best performance out of the
appliance.
1.2. Symbols used on the appliance
This symbol on a part informs about electrical terminals behind the part. The removal of the part must be
carried out by qualified persons only.
1.3. Checking the relationship of the appliance and the manual
The rating plate of the appliance indicates the serial number of the appliance. If the manuals are missing,
it is possible to order new ones from the manufacturer or the local representative. When ordering new
manuals it is essential to quote the serial number shown on the rating plate.
If language versions have information contradictions, the original language English is the primary language regarding the information content.
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1.3.1. Proveno combi-kettle versions
The mixer and timer are standard options on all versions.
The user panel and the available functions on the combi-kettle are different depending on what options
are available
This manual covers all options except the EasyRun 99.9 programming option that is covered in a
separate manual included with the combi-kettles with the option installed.
The functions of the different versions are:
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2. HACCP
3. Mixer
4. Mixer start and pause
5. Mixer stop
6. Displays for heating, HACCP and mixer
7. Return kettle bowl to upright position
8. Central dial with pushbutton function
9. Kettle bowl tilting
10. Starting time
11. Function time
12. Automatic water filling
13. Manual water filling
14. EasyRun 1.1 programming
15. Cooling
16. Displays for timer, water filling, programming and cooling
17. Error message lights
18. ON/OFF switch
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Heating
HACCP
Mixer
Mixer start and pause
Mixer stop
Displays for heating, HACCP and mixer
Return kettle bowl to upright position
Central dial with pushbutton function
Kettle bowl tilting
Starting time
Function time
Automatic water filling
Manual water filling
Cooling
Displays for timer, water filling and cooling
Error message lights
ON/OFF switch
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Heating
HACCP
Mixer
Mixer start and pause
Mixer stop
Displays for heating, HACCP and mixer
Return kettle bowl to upright position
Central dial with pushbutton function
Kettle bowl tilting
Starting time
Function time
Automatic water filling
Manual water filling
EasyRun 1.1 programming
Displays for timer, water filling and programming
Error message lights
ON/OFF switch
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Heating
HACCP
Mixer
Mixer start and pause
Mixer stop
Displays for heating, HACCP and mixer
Return kettle bowl to upright position
Central dial with pushbutton function
Kettle bowl tilting
Starting time
Function time
Automatic water filling
Manual water filling
Displays for timer and water filling
Error message lights
ON/OFF switch
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Heating
HACCP
Mixer
Mixer start and pause
Mixer stop
Displays for heating, HACCP and mixer
Return kettle bowl to upright position
Central dial with pushbutton function
Kettle bowl tilting
Starting time
Function time
Manual water filling
Display for timer
Error message lights
ON/OFF switch
Safety
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Safety Instructions
2.1. General
The Proveno combi-kettle has been designed and manufactured in compliance with the Directive regarding Safety of Machinery, the Low Voltage Directive, the Directive regarding Electromagnetic Compatibility and the Directive regarding Pressure Equipment currently in force.
The Proveno combi-kettle is a pressurized vessel with a maximum operating pressure of 1 bar (or 0,5
bar for certain markets). Overpressure is prevented by means of both mechanical (safety valve, pressure
switch) and electronic control.
The Proveno combi-kettle is provided with water level control, which prevents heating if there is not
enough water in the steam generator.
Heating, mixing, water filling or cooling do not function when the kettle is tilted. All functions of the kettle
are interrupted when the emergency/stop switch is pressed. The switch is released by turning it to the
right.
The manufacturer does not take responsibility for consequences caused by incorrect use or use against
the operation instructions.
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2.2. Construction of the combi-kettle
The main parts of the combi-kettle are illustrated in the following pictures:
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1. Support pillar
2. Safety block
3. Mixer and mixing tool
4. Emptying valve for steam generator
5. Safety lid
6. Safety grid for fill opening
7. One-grip tap for cleaning jet
8. Control panel
9. Emergency/stop button
10. Cleaning jet
11. Water fill to kettle
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Lid
1. Safety lid
2. Lifting arm
3. Locking lever of the lid
4. Safety grid for fill opening
5. Safety switch
6. Cover for fill opening
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1. Mains switch
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Proveno combi-kettle with HACCP, mixer, timer, automatic water filling, EasyRun 1.1 programming
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Heating
HACCP
Mixer
Mixer start and pause
Mixer stop
Displays for heating, HACCP
and mixer
7. Return kettle bowl to upright
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8. Central dial with pushbutton
function
9. Kettle bowl tilting
10. Starting time
11. Function time
12.Automatic water filling
13.Manual water filling
14.EasyRun 1.1 programming
15.Cooling
16.Displays for timer, water filling,
programming and cooling
17. Error message lights
18.ON/OFF switch
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2.3. Safe and correct use
Use of the combi-kettle is prohibited if you have not acquainted yourself with the user manual and the
safety instructions its contains. Observe the following instructions concerning safe and correct use of the
appliance. In case of malfunction, proceed as follows:
• Check the nature of malfunction to be able to describe it and the situation where it occurs. Also consult
the user manual to make sure that the appliance really functions against the operation instructions.
• Review the troubleshooting table contained in this manual to find a possible cause and repair measures.
• Contact your service provider. Be ready to quote the data for easy identification of the appliance (service code, manufacturing number, model, type, year of purchase etc.) and to describe the problem as
accurately as possible.
The manufacturer does not take responsibility for any damage in case the operation instructions and
warnings contained in this manual are neglected.
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2.3.1. Avoiding burns
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Beware of the inner surface, the upper rim and the lid that may be hot.
Beware of hot steam when opening the lid.
Beware of the hot mixing tool after cooking. Use protective gloves.
Do not open the bottom valve or the emptying valve of the steam generator when the kettle is hot
(pressurized).
Always make sure that the mixing speed is appropriate, thus preventing foodstuffs from splashing up
through the holes of the lid.
Keep the emptying valve of the steam generator closed. Open it only when there is no pressure, i.e. when you plan to empty the steam generator entirely or to remove the cooling water.
Beware of hot steam and hot surfaces when you add ingredients to the kettle or taste the food you
are preparing.
When cooling the food, water discharging may be hot
2.3.2. Avoiding risks during mixing and tilting the kettle
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Stop the mixer before opening the lid either with the
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Do not push your fingers or utensils into the kettle when the mixer is in operation.
Do not wear scarfs, ties etc. hanging clothing which may catch on the rotating mixer.
Protect your hair to prevent it from catching on the rotating mixer.
Do not touch the rotating mixer.
Operating the mixer when the lid is open is prevented/prohibited under all circumstances (safety
regulations at work). Special forced slow mixing at 15 rpm is possible if the function is enabled in the
user parameters.
Ensure that nobody stands behind or in front of the kettle during tilting.
Do not stand in front of the kettle when you tilt the kettle or reverse it to a horizontal position.
When tilting the kettle, make sure there are no objects in the space between the kettle and the
pillars or that no objects can fall there when the kettle is being tilted.
When tilting the kettle, make sure that nobody’s fingers, hands or other parts of their body are in
danger of getting between the kettle and the pillars.
Always check that the mixing tool has been locked in place before starting to mix.
Always check that the scrapers have been properly attached to the mixing tool.
2.3.3. Other instructions for correct and safe use
• Stop the mixer before opening the lid either with the
or
button. Stopping
the mixer by opening the lid activates the emergency/stop function.
• Keep the cleaning jet tap closed when the jet is not used.
• The mixing tool is easier to position and remove from the kettle when the kettle is in a tilted position
(ergonomics).
• Protect yourself in an appropriate way when cleaning the kettle (follow safety and handling instructions of the detergent).
• Do not use the kettle if its protective/cover plates are not properly in place.
• Observe the cleaning instructions. Avoid excessive use of water when cleaning the control pillar. Use
of a high-pressure jet is prohibited. Disconnect the control voltage of the kettle with the ON/OFF
switch and with the mains switch before cleaning the kettle.
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1. Emergency/stop button
2. Mains switch
3. ON/OFF switch
• Make sure before use that the removable lid is properly in place.
• Make sure before use that the safety grid is properly in place.
• Always open the lid to its extreme position and check the lid’s secure before you bend down over the
kettle.
• Check the kettle’s safety valve at regular intervals in the way explained in this manual, and keep a
record of regular checks.
2.3.4. Changing the settings and adjustments
Only qualified persons with sufficient competence and expert knowledge of the appliance are allowed to
change technical adjustments. The user can adjust some functions of the appliance to make them better
suit their food production (see ”Setting customer specific parameters”). The service parameters can only
be adjusted by a qualified person having the required expert knowledge of the appliance.
2.3.5. Safety instructions in the event of malfunction
In case of a serious emergency, all functions of the appliance must be stopped by pressing the emergency/stop button or by turning the mains switch to the OFF position. The functions become operable when
the button is released by turning it to the right. In case the reason for using the emergency/stop switch
is a serious malfunction jeopardizing safety at work, contact an authorized service provider immediately.
2.4. Disposal of the appliance
When the appliance has reached the end of its useful life, it must be disposed of in compliance with the
local rules and regulations. The best way of dealing with or recycling any substances which potentially
have an adverse impact on the environment is to dispose of them through a proper waste company.
2.5. Other prohibitions (dangerous methods and procedures)
Deliberate disregard of safety devices is prohibited, as it jeopardizes safe work in the kitchen. The manufacturer does not take responsibility for damage caused by deliberate use of a defective appliance,
disregard of the safety precautions by modifying the designed operation of the appliance, or neglect of
the technical condition, maintenance or service of the appliance.
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Functional description
3.1. Intended use of the appliance
The Proveno combi-kettle is designed for professional food preparation. Using Proveno for other purposes is prohibited. It is forbidden to put corrosive ingredients or substances reacting with each other in the
kettle. Please observe that long-term effect of some substances used in food preparation is corrosive.
Such substances are, for example, salt, acetic acid, citric acid and lactic acid.
3.1.1. Use for other purposes
The manufacturer does not take responsibility for functional troubles or damages caused by misuse or
use for other purposes than stated above.
3.2. Construction
The construction of the kettle is of stainless steel throughout (AISI 304). The inner bottom and jacket are
of acid-proof steel (AISI 316). The kettle is triple-jacketed and thermally insulated throughout.
3.3. Operating principle
The Proveno kettle is heated by steam generated with heating elements. The steam generator and heating elements are located in the lower section of the kettle.
The kettle tilts by means of a tilting motor (40-150-litre kettles). Larger kettles (200-400 litres) are equipped with a hydraulic tilting mechanism. The mixing functions are performed by means of a gear motor.
Cooling (accessory) is based on cold water circulating inside the kettle’s steam jacket. The raised control
panel of the appliance is situated on the kettle’s right-hand pillar (control pillar).
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3.4. Operation switches and indicator lights
All Proveno’s operation switches are push buttons. Also the central dial has a pushbutton function. The
buttons are activated by a light and gentle push or by holding a button down for some time (2-10 seconds), depending on what function you plan to use. Values to be set are selected by means of an
auto-reverse central dial. Turning clockwise (to the right) increases and turning anticlockwise (to the left)
decreases the value being selected. If a button is fitted with an indicator light, it shows if a function is on
or if it has been programmed to start later. The buttons and displays related to various functions as well
as the functions of the buttons are illustrated in the following pictures:
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1. Heating function
2. Mixing function
3. Tilting function
4. Timer functions
5. Water fill functions
6. EasyRun programming function
7. ON/OFF and error message lights
8. HACCP
9. Central dial
10. Cooling function
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2. HACCP
3. Mixer
4. Mixer start and pause
5. Mixer stop
6. Displays for heating, HACCP and mixer
7. Return kettle bowl to upright position
8. Central dial with pushbutton function
9. Kettle bowl tilting
10. Starting time
11. Function time
12. Automatic water filling
13. Manual water filling
14. EasyRun 1.1 programming
15. Cooling
16. Displays for timer, water filling, programming and cooling
17. Error message lights
18. ON/OFF switch
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3.4.1. Display messages for the user
• Blinking number/letter in various fields of the display in general: the appliance is waiting for a value
to be set with the central dial (approx. 3 seconds).
• Blinking ‘PoS’ on the temperature display: the kettle is not in the cooking position (completely upright
and horizontal). E.g. heating and mixing functions, water automation and cooling function cannot be
operated.
• Blinking ‘Lid’ on the mixer display: the lid is open, mixing is not possible (safety regulations) or the lid
is closed when you try to tilt the kettle.
• ‘Err’ in the water automation function: the appliance does not get water.
• Blinking ‘SEt’ in the cooling function reminds you to start the mixer to make cooling more efficient.
• Blinking ”InF1” on the temperature display when pressing the HACCP-button: The kettle has no ID
assigned for HACCP functionality - set user parameter Pr51.
3.4.2. Error message lights
There are two red indicator lights on the control panel to indicate an error or malfunction.
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2. Indicator light 2
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Error/malfunction
Indicator light 1
Indicator light 2
Low water level in steam generator
illuminates
illuminates
Defective solenoid switch of the safety grid or the safety blinking
grid is on the kettle and the lid’s lifting arm is in an upper
position. Remove the safety grid and press the STOP button.
blinking
Automatic water filling pulses missing
illuminates
Timing not succeeded (long power failure)
illuminates
Mixing motor overheated
illuminates
blinking
Malfunction of external cooling equipment
blinking
illuminates
Defect in temperature adjustment (+124°C exceeded)
blinking (by turns)
blinking (by turns)
Operation instructions
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Operating instructions
4.1. Before use
4.1.1. Preparing for use
Daily check before use
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Water supply (hot/cold) is open.
No inappropriate objects in the kettle.
Scrapers are correctly attached to the mixing tool. See ”Positioning the mixing tool and scraper”.
The mixing tool has been locked in its place: locking part (one end of the handle) in the groove of the
mixer axle, with the handle turned in a horizontal position. Secure fixing by trying to lift the tool out of
the kettle by the upper blade.
Quarterly check (safety valve)
It is the responsibility of the user to check the safety block of the combi-kettle four times a year, or have
it checked by qualified personnel. The Proveno combi-kettle is equipped with a four-phase safety block.
Testing the block is performed as described below. NOTE: Values in brackets concern combi-kettle versions with a max. setting temperature of 110°C.
STOP
It is not allowed to stand behind the kettle during the safety block check, because, when the check is
completed, the safety valve at the kettle’s rear section opens, blowing hot steam out of the kettle. The
test also produces a loud, whistling sound. Use hearing protectors. The kettle must always be clean and
empty.
• Switch the kettle on, set the temperature to a max. value of 120°C (110°C) and wait until the kettle
heats up to the set value and the heating stops (phase 1 tested).
• Stop the heating function by pressing
until ’On’ appears on the display.
• Press the
and
buttons simultaneously and hold them down throughout the test.
• On the temperature display, ’tESt’ blinks three times, the heating is switched on again and the temperature display is updated according to the temperature rise.
• When the temperature of 124°C (114°C) has been reached, the heating is interrupted for 3 seconds
and ’OFF’ appears on the temperature display.
• After a lag of 3 seconds, the heating is switched on again and the temperature display continues to
show temperature. However, letter ’a’ is displayed instead of letter ’c’ (phase 2 tested).
• Also the pressure switch starts to function at 124°C (114°C) and informs about correct functioning
by alternately blinking the red indicator lights on both sides of the ON/OFF switch (phase 3 tested).
• After the pressure switch function has been checked, the heating is forced further until the safety
valve opens. The temperature display shows then about 128°C (116°C) and the pressure gauge correspondingly 1,5 bar (0,75 bar) (phase 4 tested).
In case the safety valve does not open when the pressure gauge indicates 2 bar, the buttons must be
immediately released and the combi-kettle’s mains switch turned to the OFF position. Using the kettle is
strictly forbidden. Contact qualified service personnel without delay to repair the fault.
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• Complete the check by releasing the buttons.
• Information on the completed safety block check is automatically recorded in the combi-kettle’s memory for potential retrieval later on. For the user’s self-control, safety block checks and other procedures carried out to maintain the appliance in working order should be recorded in the ’Maintenance
information’ table below.
STOP
In case all phases of the test could not be carried out according to the above description, the use of the
kettle is absolutely forbidden. Contact immediately an authorized service company to repair the fault.
4.1.2. Maintenance information
Combi-kettle_________________ Serial No.__________________ Taken into use (date) __________________
Checking the safety valve four times per year:
Date
Checked by
Notes
Date
Checked by
Notes
Checked by
Notes
Date
Checked by
Notes
Checked by
Notes
Date
Checked by
Notes
Yearly maintenance:
Date
Descaling:
Date
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4.2. Operation procedures
4.2.1. Operating the control panel - General
When the appliance is started with the ON/OFF switch, all displays and indicator lights on the control
panel illuminate for a short time (display test). After that, ‘On’ remains on the temperature display and the
time on the timer display (if the kettle is fitted with a timer function). The appliance is now ready for use.
The same logic is repeated in all button functions of the control panel.
Selecting/activating a function:
Press briefly the appropriate button and then set the value desired using the central dial, for
example:
The appliance waits for the value for three seconds (the selected display is blinking), whereafter the
appliance starts to perform the function according the set value. In some functions, e.g. in automatic
water fill, a second press is still needed to confirm and activate the function before the function starts
to operate.
Stopping/cancelling a function:
Press the appropriate button for a long time (approx. 2 seconds).
4.2.2. Tilting the kettle
It is not possible to tilt the kettle when the lid is closed. In case you try to tilt the kettle with the lid in a
closed position, a blinking ‘Lid’ message appears on the display.
Tilting the Proveno kettle is carried out by pressing the tilting button.
The kettle tilts as long as the button is held down. In case the “pull-back” function is on, (see “Adjustment instructions, Setting customer specific parameters”), a slight reversing movement occurs after the
button is released, which decreases dripping of food from the the spout.
In case the kettle is tilted to its extreme position, the reversing movement making the kettle completely
empty does not occur.
Tilting the kettle to the cooking position is carried out by pressing the upright position button.
For safety reasons (safety regulations), the reversing movement lasts only as long as the button is pressed. The upright position button must be pressed so long that the reversing movement stops and the
kettle is in the cooking position. In case the kettle is not reversed up to the cooking position, a blinking
‘PoS’ message appears on the display when you try to switch the heating or mixing on.
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4.2.3. Positioning the mixing tool and scrapers
Attach the scrapers by placing the pins on the mixing tool into the holes on the scrapers. After that turn
the scraper into place by lifting the scraper’s lower part. Finally pull the scraper forward. The bevel (1) will
on the lower scraper point upwards and on the side scraper away from the mixer axle.
The mixing tool is equipped with 1-5 scrapers, depending on the size of the tool.
Scraper
Scraper A2
40
60
80
100
150
200
300
400
-
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
Scraper B2 (bottom)
-
-
1
1
1
1
1
1
Scraper C2 (bottom)
1
1
-
-
1
1
2
2
Use scrapers in all cooking modes to increase the efficiency of heat transfer and to help the cleaning of
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It is easiest to attach the mixing tool to the mixer axle
when the kettle is in a tilted position. Push the ring on the
mixing tool into the kettle’s mixer axle and fit the mixing
tool in place, while the lifting handle is straight so that the
locking device of the lifting handle sets in the groove at
the upper end of the mixer axle.
Then turn the handle aside.
4.2.4. Cooking
Make sure that the mixing tool is locked in its
place by trying to lift/pull it out of its place by
pulling at the mixer blade, for example.
Switch on the appliance. ’On’ appears on the temperature display.
Press the temperature button once.
Select temperature with the central dial.
When the temperature starts to blink on the display, you can select the desired temperature using the
central dial. The set value is automatically saved in the memory after about three seconds, temperature
blinking stops on the display and the kettle starts to heat. If you did not manage to set the temperature
while the temperature display was blinking, press the temperature button again and select the desired
temperature with the central dial.
Temperature setting and temperatures displayed:
0 - 50°C
kettle inner surface temperature on the display
51 - 100°C food temperature on the display
101 - 120°C steam jacket temperature on the display
Heating is only switched on when the kettle is in an upright position (cooking position). If the heating function is selected when the kettle is not in an upright position, the message ’PoS’ appears on the display
indicating that the heating will not switch on because the kettle is not in the cooking position. Open the
lid and revert the kettle to the cooking position.
When the kettel reaches the set temperature for the first time a short buzzer sound is heard. This function is available when the user parameter Pr21 is set to ON.
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4.2.5. Changing the temperature
Press the temperature button.
Select the temperature desired.
4.2.6. Stopping the cooking
Press the temperature button for a long time (approx. 2 seconds).
The heating goes off when ’On’ appears on the display.
4.2.7. Mixing functions
Starting the mixer (manual mixing)
Switch on the appliance. The temperature display indicates ’On’.
Select the mixing function. Message ’15’ appears on the mixer display.
Start the mixer.
You can adjust the mixing speed with the central dial while the mixer display is blinking.
Changing the speed
When the mixer is running, press the start/pause button once.
Select the speed (15-140 rev./min.) with the central dial.
NOTE: You cannot change the mixing speed, if a mixing program (P1-P6 or CLN) is in operation. However,
it is also possible to start power mixing when a mixing programs is running (see ”Power mixing during
mixing”).
Auto-reverse function
When the mixer is running, press the mixer button once. A rotating symbol appears on the
left-hand side of the display and the mixer is auto-reversing.
Power mixing during mixing
When the mixer is running, press and keep pressed the mixer button. A rotating symbol
appears on the whole display.
Power mixing is heavy auto-reverse mixing, which continues as long as the button is held down. Power
mixing can be used whenever the mixer is running, also during the pre-set mixing programs.
Make sure before using power mixing that possible splashes of food do not cause any danger to safety
at work.
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Pre-set mixing programs (P1 - P6)
Select the mixing function. Message ’15’ appears on the mixing display
Select the desired mixing program P1 - P6.
Start the mixing program.
The display shows the number and phase of the program in operation (e.g. P2.2). The pre-set programs
are as follows:
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
Gentle stirring with pause, soups
- total time: continuous, max. 5 hours
Meat cooking, powerful auto-reverse mixing
- total time: 44 min., whereof 6 min. crumbling
Mashed potatoes, powerful auto-reverse mixing
- total time: 13 min. whereof 6 min. mashing
Desserts
- total time: 1 hour 20 min., whereof last 40 min. whipping
Porridges
- total time: 1 hour 40 min.
Doughs
- total time: 6 min.
Pre-set cleaning program (Cln)
The last pre-set program Cln is a mixing program that can be used to intensify soaking preferably used
together with a cleaning tool.
Cln Cleaning program
-runs until stopped
Interrupting/continuing the mixer program
Press the start/pause button once.
The mixer stops according to the instructions also if the lid is opened.
The correct way to stop the mixer is to press the stop or start/pause button:
Opening the lid activates the emergency/stop function.
Stopping the mixer program
Press the stop button once.
The mixer stops according to the instructions also if the lid is opened.
The correct way to stop the mixer is to press the stop or start/pause button:
Opening the lid activates the emergency/stop function.
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4.2.8. Mixing while tilting
This option enables forced mixing at the lowest mixing speed while the kettle is tilted. With the help of
this function it is possible to portion more homogenous batches of food into smaller bowls.
The user parameter Pr22 must be set to ON to enable this feature.
For safety reasons, the mixer only operates at the lowest speed of 15 rev./min. The central dial must be
held down.
Do as follows:
• Lift the kettle lid to an upper position.
• Tilt the kettle slightly from the cooking position.
• Press the central dial
and keep it pressed all the time.
• Using a finger of your other hand, press the mixing function button
• Press the mixer start button
=> The mixer starts to run at a speed of 15 rev./min. It is not possible to raise the speed.
• Continue to keep the central dial pressed.
• Press the tilting button
with a finger of your other hand.
=> The kettle tilts and the mixer runs all the time at a speed of 15 rev./min.
If the kettle is returned fully to the cooking position the mixer stops.
Release the central dial when you want to stop this function. To operate mixing functions after that, close
the lid and put the safety grid on the kettle according to instructions.
4.2.9. Manual water filling
Filling a small amount of water:
Press and keep pressed.
When the desired amount of water has been filled release the button.
Filling a large amount of water:
Press once
The water flow starts.When the desired amount of water has been filled,
Press again once.
The water flow stops
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4.2.10. Automatic water filling (option)
Press once.
Select the amount to be filled.
Start filling by pressing once again.
The selected amount of cold water flows automatically into the kettle. The display shows all the time the
amount in litres poured into the kettle.
Stopping/cancelling the automatic water fill
Interrupt water fill by pressing once.
Water flow will immediately stop. The amount of water filled is shown on the display for 10 seconds. The
display goes off to indicate that the function has been cancelled/stopped.
Changing the amount of automatic water fill during filling
Interrupt the function by pressing once. The display shows the selected amount in litres.
Select the new amount to be filled within 10 seconds. You can select the amount to be filled
between the filled amount and the kettle’s net volume.
Continue filling by pressing once.
When the automatic water fill is completed, the filled amount is shown on the display for 10 seconds,
after which the display goes off. The filled amount is saved in the memory until the kettle’s control voltage
is cut, and it can be displayed by pressing the automatic water fill button once.
Manual water fill
Press and keep pressed.
Cold water flows into the kettle as long as the button is held down. The display shows all the time the
amount of water in litres. The display goes off and sets to zero soon after the water fill is completed.
In case water supply to the appliance is prevented, the display shows an error message ’Err’. Check that
the water supply closing valve is open.
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4.2.11. Timer functions
Setting the time
Setting correct time by the clock is necessary to make timing and data collection possible.
Press and simultaneously hold down for about 2 seconds.
Set the time.
Start selecting the time within three seconds after the timer display begins to blink. When you have set
the time, it will be saved automatically in the memory after about three seconds, and the timer starts up.
Setting the date
Setting the correct date is necessary to make the data collection possible.
Press and simultaneously keep pressed.
In about 2 seconds, the timer display starts blinking.
Continue holding the button down until ‘Yr’ blinks on the timer display and two last digits of the year
illuminate. Release the buttons.
If needed, select a new year within 3 seconds.
After the year is locked, ‘Mo’ and a month begin to blink on the timer display.
If needed, select a new month within 3 seconds.
After the month is locked, ‘dY’ and a day of the week begins to blink on the timer display.
If needed, select a new day within 3 seconds.
After the day is locked, the timer display begins to show the actual time.
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Activating the starting time and duration of cooking
Press once.
The start time can be set at a maximum seven days - 6 hours ahead. The - 6 hours i because of the power failure monitoring system. The next weekday is selected by default but can be changed by the user.
Proveno suggests the cooking temperature, starting time and duration that you used the previous time.
If you do not want to change the values, the functions are activated automatically in about 15 seconds.
Cooking begins at the selected time and the kettle cooks at the set temperature for the set period of
time. Counting the cooking time does not begin until the set temperature has been reached. The kettle
is equipped with an automatic holding function (factory setting +70°C). You can change the holding
temperature between +50 - +100°C (see ”Setting customer specific parameters”).
After the cooking time has elapsed, ‘HoLd’ appears on the display, in case the cooking temperature is
higher than the set holding temperature. Otherwise the kettle holds the food at the set cooking temperature also after cooking.
In case the starting time and operation time were saved in the memory before you managed to set the
times desired, first cancel the timer functions by pressing the start or function button for about two
seconds. The indicator lights of the buttons go off. After that, start activating the time functions from the
beginning.
Changing the temperature of timer-set cooking
Press once
and select
Changing the timer-set starting time
Press once
and select the week day
Push the central dial
Select the starting time
Push the central dial
Changing the timer-set cooking time
Press once
and select
Deactivating the activated/programmed timer
Press and keep pressed for about 2 seconds.
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Deactivating the activated/programmed operation time
Press and keep pressed for about 2 seconds.
In case the starting time has not yet been reached, the starting time has to be deactivated by pressing
the starting time button for about two seconds.
Activating the ”egg timer” function and changing the operation time
Press once
and select
• In case none of the combi-kettle functions is activated, the clock functions as an entirely separate
clock, and the buzzer sounds after the set time.
• In case the heating is on, it continues for the set time. After that, the buzzer sounds and the combikettle sets to automatic holding (see ”Activating the starting and cooking time”).
• In case the mixer function is on, the combi-kettle mixes for the set time, after which the buzzer
sounds and the mixer stops.
• In case both heating and mixing functions are on, both functions continue for the set time with the
set values, after which the buzzer sounds and the mixer stops. The heating remains at the set value
(if lower than the holding temperature) or keeps the automatic holding temperature (’HoLd’ on the
display).
Stopping the ”egg timer” function
Pres and keep pressed for about 2 seconds.
4.2.12. Automatic cooling
Cooling is based on cold tap water circulating in the kettle’s steam jacket. Mixing and use of scrapers
make the cooling more efficient. The cooling time depends, for example, on the product and the amount
to be cooled, the product’s initial and end temperature, the flow rate and temperature of the cooling
water, as well as mixing operations.
Starting the cooling
Press once.
Select the target temperature for the product being cooled.
Wait three seconds until ’no’ is displayed. With the central dial, select ’YeS’ on the display.
Start the cooling by pressing once.
‘Set’ is blinking on the display to remind you that mixing makes the cooling much more effective. Choose
a mixing operation suitable for the product and the load.
If ’no’ remains on the display for 10 seconds, i.e. the ’YeS’ selection is not made, the cooling function
is cancelled. If you, however, want to start cooling, activate the function by starting from the beginning.
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Changing the target temperature during cooling
Press once.
Select a new target temperature (on the display: food temperature).
Cooling continues automatically until the new temperature has been reached.
Continuing the cooling to a lower temperature
When food temperature reaches the temperature set, the flow of cooling water stops, ‘rdy’ blinks on the
display and the buzzes sounds. The mixer continues rotating if this function has been selected.
Press once (buzzer stops sounding).
Select a new target temperature (on the display: food temperature).
The new target temperature is reached, ‘rdy’ is again blinking on the display and the buzzer sounds.
Maintaining the cooling temperature (‘Hold’)
The Proveno kettle can maintain the temperature reached.
Press once (buzzer stops sounding).
Food temperature is blinking on the display, but now a new temperature selection is not made.
The ‘Hold’ function is automatically activated and the kettle starts to maintain the reached temperature,
i.e. cooling continues when food temperature rises, but the buzzer does not sound.
Stopping the cooling
Press and keep pressed for about 2 seconds.
When the cooling is stopped, the kettle starts immediately automatic water emptying from the kettle’s
steam jacket. The display continuously shows the emptying time for the remaining water. During emptying, all the kettle functions, except for tilting, are locked. You cannot cancel the stopping of cooling; the
emptying time must be allowed to come to an end.
If the kettle is tilted or the power is cut before the emptying time has expired, emptying will be interrupted and it continues, when the kettle is reverted to an upright position or the power is connected.
After the emptying time, the kettle is ready for cooking (‘On’ is displayed).
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4.2.13. Manual cooling (option)
Cooling is based on cold tap water circulating in the kettle’s steam jacket. Mixing and use of scrapers
make the cooling more efficient. The cooling time depends, for example, on the product and the amount
to be cooled, the product’s initial and end temperature, the flow rate and temperature of the cooling
water, as well as mixing operations.
Starting the cooling
• Set the temperature to 0°C.
• Close the water tap.
• Detach the spray gun from the cleaning hose and connect it to the connector of the emptying valve
located under the kettle.
• Open the emptying valve.
• Open the cold water tap.
• Observe the pressure gauge reading, when the gauge reading reaches 1 bar turn the drain valve to
the cooling position.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Spray gun hose
Connector of emptying valve
Emptying valve
Drain valve
Stopping the cooling
•
•
•
•
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Close the cold water tap.
Detach the hand spray hose from the connector of the emptying valve.
Let excess water flow out of the steam jacket into the drain.
When no more water is flowing from the steam jacket, close the emptying valve and turn the drain
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4.2.14. EasyRun 1.1 programming
EasyRun programming consists of 4 different programs,
Er1
a single step cooking program
Er2
a two step program where the steps can be either cooking – cooling or cooling cooking
Er3
a three step program where each step can be either a cooking or cooling step
ClnP
an automatic cleaning aid program with preset kettle size dependent settings
In an Er program cooking step the following functions can be set,
• the cooking temperature
• HACCP on or off (selection applies to the whole program)
• EasyRun stirring on or off
• use CheckPoint yes or no
• starting time of the first step
• duration of the step
• amount of water to be filled
In an Er program cooling step the following functions can be set,
• the cooling temperature
• HACCP on or off (selection applies to the whole program)
• Cool stirring on or off
• use CheckPoint yes or no
• duration of the step
A cooking step is changed into a cooling step by pressing
for about 2 seconds.
A cooling step is changed into a cooking step by pressing
for about 2 seconds.
An Er program can be set to start at a maximum after seven days by setting the start time weekday and time.
If the first step is a cooling step the start time must be more than the jacket drain time from the actual
time. The jacket drain time is 4 - 18 minutes depending of the kettle size. If the time between the actual
time and the starting time is shorter than the drain time the cooling step is ignored.
Setting a CheckPoint (CP) in a program step pauses the program until the user confirms continuation of
the program, extends the step duration or lowers the cooling temperature in a co oling step.
The following functions are possible when an EasyRun program is in operation:
power mixing
interrupting the mixing function
changing the step duration
stopping with the emergency/stop button.
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Activating an EasyRun program
Press once.
Select the desired program Er1, Er2 or Er3 with the central dial.
Push the central dial.
Select the values you want for the first step by first pressing the button of the appropriate function and
setting the desired value with the central dial:
If desired a programmed starting time for the first step is set as follows:
Press for about 2 seconds until the button light goes on
Press once
Select the weekday
Push the central dial
Select the starting time
Push the central dial
Do not set a programmed start time if you want the program to start immediately when activated to run.
If the first program step is a cooling program and the following step is a cooking step with a programmed
starting time the cooling will start immediately when the program is activated and the following cooking
step when the set start time is reached.
When programming an Er2 or Er3 program with more then one step the next step is selected as follows:
Press once
Select the next step
Push the central dial
Select the values you want for the next step in the same way as the first one.
When the last program step is set the program is activated to run:
Press once
Select the value Strt
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Push the central dial
Press once
In the program display the Er program step and the message ‘run’ is shown. The program is now activated to run. If no starting time was set the buzzer sounds and the program starts to run. If a programmed
starting time was set the timer display shows the following values:
• start weekday
• starting time
• current time
• step running time
The next time the same Er program is selected all the previously set program values are stored in memory and can be altered to new values as needed.
Check Point – CP
If a program stage has the checkpoint selection Yes the program run will halt and the buzzer sounds at the
end of the step. At this point it is possible to check the food process result and act accordingly.
If the result is the desired:
Press once.
The program will continue to the next step.
If more cooking time is needed:
Press once
Select additional cooking time with the central dial
Press once.
The cooking continues for the additional set time and the checkpoint alarm will sound again.
If a lower cooling temperature is needed:
Press once
Select a lower temperature with the central dial
Press once
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Cancelling a program
In order to cancel a program before it has been started:
Press once
Select the value Strt
Push the central dial
Press and keep pressed for about 2 seconds.
The indicator light of the PROG button goes off and ‘On’ is displayed.
Interrupt a running program
In order to interrupt a program that is running:
Press and keep pressed for about 2 seconds.
The indicator light of the PROG button goes off and the timer functions are cancelled. The heating and
mixer functions continue. If desired, the mixer can be stopped with the STOP button. You can cut off the
heating by pressing the temperature button for about 2 seconds, until the temperature display shows
‘On’.
4.2.15. Possible power failure during timing or EasyRun program
A message appears on the timer display indicating power failure during timing or during the starting or
operation time of the EasyRun program.
Power failure during the starting time
In case of power failure during the starting time, the kettle’s timer display shows, when the power supply
is restored, how much the start was delayed:
• during operation time, letter E + delayed time in hours and minutes and the remaining operation time
alternate on the display, e.g. E1.10 / r0.58
• after operation time, the display shows letter E + delayed time in hours and minutes, e.g. E1.10
Power failure during the operation time
In case of power failure during the operation time, the kettle’s timer display shows, when the power
supply is restored, for how long a time the operation was interrupted:
• during operation time, letter E + interrupted time in hours and minutes and the remaining operation
time alternate on the display, e.g. E0.12 / r0.46, and the green indicator light on the operation time
button is blinking
• after operation time, the display shows letter E + interrupted time in hours and minutes, e.g. E1.12,
and the green indicator light on the operation time button is blinking
• in case of several power failures, their durations are summed up
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Power failure during both the starting time and operation time
In case of power failure during both the starting time and operation time, the kettle’s timer display shows,
when the power supply is restored, the total time the timing was delayed:
• during operation time, letter E + total delayed time in hours and minutes and the remaining operation
time alternate on the display, e.g. E1.22 / r0.27, and the green indicator light on the operation time
button is blinking
• after operation time, the display shows letter E + total delayed time in hours and minutes, e.g. E1.22,
and the green indicator light on the operation time button is blinking
• in case of several power failures, their durations are summed up
After a power failure the kettle must be switched off and on again with the ON/OFF button in order to
reset the power failure counters.
4.2.16. Programming lockup reset
In the eventual case that wrong EasyRun 1.1 or 99.9 programming locks up the kettle display and turning
the kettle off and on doesn’t release the lockup there is a reset startup sequence that resets incorrect
programming parameters and releases the lockup situation.
The reset is done in the following way,
• turn the kettle off
•
push the central dial and keep it pushed
• turn the kettle on
• the temperature display shows the firmware revision of the kettle and all the button leds are on
• while the central dial is pushed push the
–button and keep it pushed until the display shows
‘Er1’ and the button led flashes
• keep both the central dial and the button pushed until the ‘Er1’ message disappears and the button
led goes off
• turn the kettle off and on again
• now the lockup is reset
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4.2.17. CleanPlus cleaning aid program - ClnP
The CleanPlus – ClnP – program is a preset program that can be used to intensify soaking preferably used
together with a cleaning tool.
ClnP Cleaning program
• fills the kettle size dependent amount of water into the kettle
• heats the water to 55°C
• mixer running in autoreverse mode
• duration 5 minutes
To activate the cleaning program:
Press once
Select the value ClnP
Push the central dial
Press once
Select the value Strt
Push the central dial
Press once
4.2.18. Self-control (HACCP) (option)
The self-control function is a separate option. The TempNet is an option based on wireless temperature
transmitting to a central server application. If a message ’InF1’ appears on the display, the self-control
function cannot be switched on or it has been intentionally switched off by the user. If your Proveno kettle
is fitted with the self-control program, which you want to take into use, you have to change parameters
according to ”Adjustment instructions, Setting customer specific parameters” later in this manual. The
parameter for self-control is No. 51.
Activating the collection of self-control data (HACCP)
Press the HACCP button. ’HACC On’ blinks on the display and the HACCP button indicator
light illuminates.
The text blinks three times, after which a dot at the lower right-hand edge of the temperature display
keeps on blinking to indicate data collection.
Stopping the collection of self-control data
Press and keep pressed for about 5 seconds.
’HACC OFF’ blinks three times on the display. The collection of temperature data is interrupted and the
blinking dot on the temperature display goes off.
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4.2.19. Energy consumption readout
The Proveno combikettle is fitted with energy consumption monitoring that collects the used energy in
kilowatt hours (kWh). There are three different collected values,
• energy used by last cooking process
• energy used today
• total energy used
All three values can be shown on the user panel display when the kettle is in the On state. Simultaneously press the
and the
buttons.
• first the temperature display flashes ‘Strt’ and the timer display shows the energy used by last cooking process
• then the temperature display starts to flash ‘dAY’ and the timer display shows energy used today
• finally both the temperature display and the timer display for a moment flashes ‘tot’ whereafter the
temperature display shows the first four digits and the timer display the four last digits of the total
energy used
• after that the kettle goes back to the On state
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4.3. After use
4.3.1. Cleaning
STOP
Use of a high-pressure hose is forbidden. High-pressure hoses generate huge amounts of water fog that
might contribute to contamination of food and food handling surfaces over large areas in the kitchen.
Switch off the appliance with the ON/OFF switch or the mains switch before starting to wash the kettle.
STOP
Tools not allowed for cleaning:
• high-pressure hose
• all metallic tools
• rough rubbing sponges
• steel wool
• abrasive detergents
Tools recommended for cleaning:
• special detergents for stainless steel
• nylon brush
• soft rubbing sponges
• other materials intended for stainless steel that do not scratch the surface
All accessories, such as strainer plates and its parts, mixing tools and scrapers and parts of the safety lid
can be washed in a dishwasher suitable for washing such items.
The less the kettle surface gets scratched, the easier it is to clean. The fastest and easiest method is to
clean the kettle every time right after use. Always use a top tray on the control pillar. This will keep the
pillar clean. Do not spray water on the control panel. Clean the pillars of the appliance by wiping.
STOP
Wash the exterior of the appliance with running water only if necessary. Wiping with a damp cloth will
often suffice. Consider the requirements of food hygiene when cleaning the kettle. Abundant use of water for soaking increases water consumption. However, if you want to clean the kettle by soaking, make
use of the mixer to make soaking more efficient, mixing slowly during soaking.
Cleaning procedures:
• Switch the appliance off.
• Scrape loose dirt with a plastic scraper
• Spray detergent into the kettle, then brush and spray the kettle with water until clean.
• Dry the kettle.
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The dosing and impact time instructions for cleaning detergents must be followed - e.g. exceeding the
impact time for foam cleaning detergents in combination with salt residues has been observed to cause
severe spot corrosion even on stainless steel.
The manufacturer does not take any responsibility for possible damage caused by not following the
instructions above.
Detaching the lid parts
•
•
•
•
Make sure the kettle is in an upright position.
Place the lid on the kettle.
Remove the cover of the safety grid and detach the safety grid.
Detach the solid lid from the lifting arm by pulling at the locking lever of the lid.
Refitting the lid parts
Place the solid lid on the kettle approximately in the correct position.
Pull the lifting arm down over the lid. Turn the solid lid so that the guiding pin lines up with the hole in the
lifting arm center piece.
1
2
4
3
5
6
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Solid lid
Lifting arm
Guiding pin
Locking lever of the lid
Safety grid for lid opening
Cover for fill opening
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Press the lid arm against the lid so that the fixing cone is guided into the fixing part and the locking lever
snaps in the locked position. Make sure that the lid is locked on the arm.
Put the safety grid and its cover in place.
4.3.2. Periodic service
Like a car, a food preparation appliance should be kept in good working order with the help of preventive
maintenance. This guarantees trouble-free and safe operation of the appliance. Depending on how much
the kettle is used and in what kind of conditions it is operated, the technical condition of the Proveno
combi-kettle should be checked according to plan from time to time. For example, the amount of scale
built up on the steam system depends on the use of the kettle and the hardness of local water. Contact
your authorized service provider for recommendations on preventative maintenance to be performed.
4.3.3. Service recording
Keep a record of all service and repair measures carried out for the Proveno combi-kettle during its life
cycle. Service history may speed up future service measures, help in controlling the costs and in planning new investments. The safety valve must be periodically checked as instructed in this manual. Enter
the check data in the ”Maintenance information” table contained in this manual.
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5.1. General
Please observe the instructions given in this chapter concerning the installation and adjustments that
must be done before taking the Proveno combi-kettle into use. Strict observance of the instructions
prevents malfunctions and damages potentially caused by defective installation.
Do not switch the power on if the installation place is damp or wet (building site conditions).
5.1.1. Operating conditions
The Proveno combi-kettle can be used in a normal, air-conditioned professional kitchen. The room temperature of the installation place must not exceed +40°C and the relative humidity must be less than 80%
(condensation on surfaces not allowed to occur). If the temperature of the facility in winter conditions is
below 0°C, the steam generator of the combi-kettle must be drained and the kettle must be emptied to
avoid damage caused by freezing. The kettle’s pipes and solenoid valve bodies must be emptied at the
same time.
5.1.2. Possible interference from the surroundings (to the surroundings)
The Proveno combi-kettle fulfils the requirements of the EMC directive concerning the emissions and
immunity to electromagnetic disturbances. In case there are electronically controlled appliances and,
in particular, devices fitted with a frequency converter in the installation place, it is recommended to
ensure their conformity with the relevant regulations and that their cabling has been done according to
instructions.
5.1.3. Storage
The Proveno combi-kettle must be stored in a dry place, at a temperature between +10 and +40°C. The
kettle should be kept in its transport package during storage.
If the appliance is stored in construction site conditions, special care must be taken not to damage it
through other operations on the site.
• Protect the exterior of the combi-kettle from scratches and knocks.
• Protect the combi-kettle from construction site dust.
• Protect the combi-kettle from sparks produced by welding, grinding and abrasive cutting
wheels. These can later cause rust spots on the stainless steel surface of the appliance.
5.1.4. Unpacking the appliance
The combi-kettle should be transported in its own package as close as possible to the installation place
before final unpacking. Do not remove the protective foils until after installation, just before the first use
of the kettle.
After removing from the transport pallet, the combi-kettle is not stable until it has been bolted down to
the installation frame. It is strictly forbidden to operate or tilt the kettle before it has been fixed to the floor
according to the installation instructions. When the combi-kettle is removed from its transport pallet, it
must be supported to prevent it from falling before it is fixed to the floor. If the kettle falls down, this may
cause injury to people or damage to property.
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5.1.5. Disposal of the package
In connection with unpacking, all packing material must be sorted and disposed of in accordance with
local recycling regulations.
5.2. Installation
Check before installation from the installation drawing that there is enough space behind the kettle for
tilting and servicing. Also check the location of the floor drain.
The Proveno combi-kettle is designed for installation in a place with a floor drain in front of the kettle.
The arrangement with a pouring channel and floor drain behind the kettle is not suitable for use with the
combi-kettle
The combi-kettle can be installed in two different ways:
• On a subsurface installation frame, the frame cast into the floor.
• On a surface installation frame, the frame fixed to the floor surface.
For kettles size 200 - 400 l a subsurface frame installation is recommended.
Fixing the kettle directly to the floor without frames is forbidden.
Either subsurface frames or surface frames must be in position before the installation of the combi-kettle
is started.
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5.2.1. Dimensions
Model
L1
(mm)
H
(mm)
K
(mm)
L
(mm)
LM
(mm)
M
(mm)
E
(mm)
D
(mm)
N
(mm)
Weight
(kg)
40E
597
1740
900
660
870
1055
100
800
600
215
60E
597
1740
900
755
955
1180
100
800
600
225
80E
704
1745
900
860
1010
1235
85
800
600
245
100E
704
1745
900
860
1010
1235
85
800
600
280
150E
910
1945
900
960
1075
1170
110
1000
600
320
200E
910
1945
900
1035
1155
1285
110
1000
600
360
300E
1110
2110
900
1280
1280
1320
150
1200
600
430
400E
1110
2080
1050
1280
1280
1320
150
1200
600
490
The minimum free distance to any structure behind the kettle needed for tilting of the kettle is dimension
L or LM depending on model. However service access to the components under the kettle bowl requires
the bigger dimension M.
National and local regulations must be observed when installing the combikettle.
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5.2.2. Floor drain positioning
Model
M1
(mm)
V
(mm)
S
(mm)
T
(mm)
40E
1047
613
800
400
60E
1172
613
800
400
80E
1227
720
800
500
100E
1227
720
800
500
150E
1162
926
800
600
200E
1277
926
800
600
300E
1312
1126
1000
600
400E
1312
1126
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5.2.3. Positioning of installation frames
Combined kettles
Frame front edges must be aligned
Single kettle
Model
Model
40E
60E 60E
80E
80E
100E
100E
150E
150E
200E
200E
300E
300E
400E
400E
40E
V
V
(mm)
613
613
613
613
720
720
720
720
926
926
926
926
1126
1126
1126
1126
Frame front edges must be aligned
1. Control pillar frame
Subsurface 3604544
Surface
3604545
2. Support pillar frame
Subsurface 4215233
Surface
4215231
3.
4.
5.
6.
Installation guide 3601113
Spacer guide
3604144
Hex bolt M12 x 25
Hex nut M12
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5.2.4. Subsurface frame cast into the floor
Installation frames are mounted according to the installation drawing, with the help of distance guides
supplied with the delivery. The frames must be installed in a horizontal position and fixed so that they
do not move during casting. The installation frames must be positioned so that their upper surface is 30
mm above the finished floor surface. The junction of the installation frame and floor is filled with flooring
material or silicone mastic. To achieve the best result regarding tightness, the installation frame should
be filled up to the top level e.g. with acrylic filler after the installation. The main points concerning the
installation of the subsurface frame are shown in the picture below.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Installation frame
Concrete casting
Finished floor surface
Silicone mastic
Acrylic filler
Place the kettle on the installation frame and adjust to a horizontal position with the adjusting bolts
which are in the corners of the pillars. When the kettle is in a horizontal position, it must be fixed to the
installation frames with the help of M12 fixing bolts. The control pillar has 4 bolts and the support pillar
has 2 bolts. Tighten the adjusting nuts carefully. Do not seal the space between the kettle pillars and
installation frame as there must be enough change of air.
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5.2.5. Surface installation frame fixed to the floor
Surface frames are mounted according to the installation drawing, with the help of distance guides supplied with the delivery. If the inclination of the floor is very steep, it may be necessary to level the surface
frame closer to the horizontal by placing stainless steel spacers between the frame and the floor. This
will ensure that the adjustment range of the pillars is adequate.
Pieces of stainless steel plate should be used as spacers that are large enough and have a suitable hole
for the fixing bolt. Washers or other small spacers are not allowed.
The fixing bolts for the surface installation must be chosen according to the floor construction. A type
recommended is a UKA M10x150 chemical bolt, which suits various floor materials. The junction of the
surface frame and the floor is filled with flooring material or silicone mastic. To achieve the best result
regarding tightness, the installation frame should be filled up to the top level e.g. with acrylic filler after
the installation. The main points concerning the installation of the surface frame are shown in the picture
below.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Surface frame
Concrete casting
Fixing bolt for surface frame
Finished floor surface
Silicone mastic
Acrylic filler
Fixing bolts of the surface installation must be chosen according to the floor material. Recommended
type is a UKA 12x200 chemical bolt, which is suitable for different floor materials. Alternatively expansion-shell bolts or equivalent can be used.
Place the kettle on the surface installation frame and adjust to a horizontal position with 4 adjusting bolts
which are in the corners of the pillars. When the kettle is in a horizontal position it must be fixed to the
surface frame with the help of M12 fixing bolts. The control pillar has 4 bolts and the support pillar has
2 bolts. Tighten the fixing nuts carefully. Do not seal the space between the kettle pillars and surface
installation frames, as there must be enough change of air.
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5.2.6. Installing the combi-kettle on the frame
The front and rear cover plates of the kettle’s support and control pillar must be detached before installation. Each plate has been fixed at its lower edge with two screws. After that, it is also possible to detach
the lead-through plate of supply cables and water pipes located at the lower rear edge of the control
panel by loosening four screws.
Installing the first lefthand kettle or a single kettle
The kettle can be transferred from its transport pallet onto the installation frame in the following way.
Cut the longitudinal boards of the pallet and push the fork-lift trolley below the kettle.
Care must be taken that the lifting arms of the fork-lift trolley do not hit the parts protruding from the
kettle bottom, i.e. the mixing motor cover box (Proveno 40, 60, 80, 100) as well as the drain and discharge
pipes.
Furthermore, it is recommended to place e.g. plywood strips between the fork-lift trolley and the kettle
bottom. Before lifting, the transport support of the kettle’s left-hand axle and the support pillar are detached from the transport pallet. It should be observed that the kettle pillars also moves. It is advisable to
put a piece of foamed plastic or a rolled cellular board between the kettle and control pillar so that they
do not hit each other.
Mounting the support pillar
Start installing the combi-kettle or kettle group by first positioning the left-hand support pillar in place. Lift
the support pillar (1) on the installation frame (2) and adjust it by means of the adjusting bolts (3) located
on the corners to a horizontal position and to a height of 900 mm measured from the top of the support
pillar front edge to the floor. When the support pillar (1) is in place, fix it with two fixing bolts (4) to the
installation frame (2).
1
3
4
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2.
3.
4.
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Installation frame
Adjusting bolt
Fixing bolt
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Next, the control pillar (1) is adjusted by means of the adjusting bolts (3), located on the corners, to a
horizontal position and on the same level with the support pillar. When the control pillar (1) is in position,
it is fixed to the installation frame (2) with four fixing bolts (4). Check that the space between the kettle
section and the support and control pillars is the same, both at the top and at the bottom.
1
3
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
Control pillar
Installation frame
Adjusting bolt
Fixing bolt
2
Installing the following kettle in a kettle group
If a kettle group is installed proceed as follows:
Remove the bearing cover plate (1) from the installed kettle control pillar before installing the next kettle
by removing the three fastening screws (2).
1
2
1. Bearing cover plate
2. Fastening screw
Check that grease is applied on the bearing surface before proceeding. If needed apply grease suitable
for use in foodservice areas to the bearing.
Push the removed bearing cover (1) and the stop ring (2)behind it onto the kettle axle before pushing the
axle into the bearing.
1
2
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When the axle is pushed fully into the bearing and the stop ring makes contact with the bearing mount
the locking ring (1) and secure it with the three locking screws (2). After that the three screws (3) for
fastening the bearing cover plate can be refitted.
1
2
1. Locking ring
2. Locking screw
3. Bearing cover fastening screw
3
After this the control pillar can be adjusted and installed as previously described
5.3. Electrical connections
STOP
The electrical connections of the Proveno combi-kettle can only be carried out by a qualified electrician
having the necessary competence for the installation and service of electrical appliances.
The control pillar cover plate is a fixed component, not intended for detaching. Do not force it upwards
when removing the front and rear cover plates.
To make the electrical connections, the upper left-hand side plate, where the mains switch is located,
must be removed.
2
3
1
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
Front plate
Mains switch
Rear plate
Screw
Turn the mains switch (2) to the OFF position.
If the control pillar front plate (1) is in place, it must be first detached by opening two screws (4) at the
lower section of the plate.
Detach the rear cover plate (3) by opening the screws (4).
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4
1
2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
3
1
Supply cable
Lead-through plate
Cable bushing
Mains switch
N and PE terminals
Detach the lead-through plate (2) from the pillar. Slip the supply cable (1) through the cable bushing (3)
of the lead-through plate and upwards via the lead-through of the electrical box behind the mains switch
(4) to the top terminals. Connect the phase wires of the cable to the mains switch and N and PE cables
(5) to the terminal blocks.
After that, check phase order to make sure that the mixer and tilting motors rotate in the correct direction.
Close the lid and safety grid of the combi-kettle, but do not put the cover of the safety grid on.
Turn the mains switch to position I and switch the combi-kettle on with the ON/OFF switch.
Start the mixer by first pressing the mixing function button and after that the mixer start button .
The mixer should rotate clockwise.
Stop the mixer by pressing the red STOP button.
On hydraulically tilted Proveno 200, 300 and 400 combi-kettles, you still have to check the rotation direction of the hydraulic pump motor.
Open the kettle lid and tilt the kettle by pressing the tilting button.
The correct rotation direction is anticlockwise viewed from the motor’s cooling fan end. An arrow indicating the rotation direction is fixed to the motor on the same side where the connection box is located.
If the rotation direction in two foregoing points is wrong, two phases of the supply cable coming to the
mains switch have to be exchanged.
Tighten the screws of the cable connections and the cable bushing properly, refit the lead through plate
and the rear cover plate.
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Electrical connections
Supply cable
connection point
6, 7, 8
Connections from the rear
Supply cable
connection point
Connections from below inside this area
1.
6.
7.
8.
Electrical power supply cable.
Ice bank cooling (C3/C5) control cable (option).
Additional HACCP cabling (option).
Power management system control cable (option).
Detailed electrical connection data available in kettle electrical diagram.
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5.4. Water connections
STOP
Water connections of the Proveno combi-kettle can only be carried out by a person with professional
competence in the installation and service of heating, plumbing and air conditioning equipment.
The location of the water connection points appears from the installation drawing. Both cold and hot
water connections must be fitted with a closing valve and a non-return valve (not included in delivery).
The sizes of water connection points are as follows:
Cold water: connection with R1/2” outerthread, supply with min. 15 mm inlet pipe
Hot water: connection with R1/2” outerthread, supply with 10 mm inlet pipe (max. +60°C)
If the cold water inlet pipe is smaller than 15 mm, water flow will decrease and the filling times will be
longer than indicated.
• Cold and hot water supply lines must be fitted with a one-way valve and a shut-off valve (not included
in delivery).
• Before connection to the unit all water lines must be thoroughly rinsed from all loose particles.
• The water pressure range for optimum performance is 250 - 600 kPa.
• The minimum water pressure allowed for proper function of the unit is 250 kPa.
Connections from the rear
Connections from below inside this area
2.
3.
4.
5.
Cold water connection R½” (15mm). Must be fitted with a oneway valve and shut off valve.
Hot water connection R½” (15mm). Must be fitted with a oneway valve and shut off valve.
Ice bank cooling (C3/C5) inlet R½”. Max. pressure 400 kPa, flow 24L/min (option).
Ice bank cooling (C3/C5) outlet R3/4” (option).
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5.4.1. Icebank connections (C3 option)
The location of the connection points of an external icebank appears from the installation drawing.
Icebank in: R1/2” inner thread. The icebank must be fitted with a solenoid valve to stop the flow of cooling water after cooling has ended.
Icebank out: R3/4” inner thread.
5.4.2. Water connection and quality requirements
• The unit must be connected to the cold and warm water supply and, if fitted with a twin water connection option (T), also to the soft water supply.
• All water supply lines must be fitted with a one-way valve and a shut-off valve (not included in delivery).
• Before connection to the unit all water lines must be thoroughly rinsed from all loose particles.
• The water pressure range for optimum performance is 250 - 600 kPa.
• The minimum water pressure allowed for proper function of the unit is 250 kPa. If the pressure is
lower, a pressure rise pump must be fitted by the customer.
• The minimum water flow rate is 5 l/min, however, if optimum cooling capacity is required, the cold or
soft water flow rate must be at least 20 l/min.
• All water connections are of size Ø15mm (R 1/2”).
• Water conductivity should be below 1000μS/cm. Already when the conductivity is over 500μS/cm, a
water analysis is recommended.
• Maximum chloride concentration allowed is less than 60 mg/l.
• Maximum chlorine concentration allowed is less than 0,2 mg/l.
• The pH value of the water should be between 6,5 and 9,5.
• Unit damages caused by chloride, chlorine or pH values exceeding the stated limits are not covered
by manufacturer warranty.
5.4.3. Optional twin water connection (T) for soft water
If fitted with a twin water connection this connection supplies softened water for filling of the kettle
jacket, and if fitted with water-based cooling also for the cooling.
5.4.4. Extreme water conditions
When extreme water conditions not fulfilling the requirements above exist, filters and water treatment
devices should be installed in order to ensure proper function of the unit and avoid corrosion. When
extreme water conditions are at hand, a water quality analysis must be carried out. Depending on the
results of the analysis, needed filters and water treatment devices are installed by the customer. The
most common filters and treatment equipment are:
The optional twin water connection should also be utilized when extreme water conditions not fulfilling
the requirements above exist. This lowers the consumption of treated water, because raw water can be
used for cleaning purposes. Filters and water treatment devices should be installed in order to ensure
proper function of the unit and avoid corrosion. When extreme water conditions are at hand, a water
quality analysis must be carried out. Depending on the results of the analysis, needed filters and water
treatment devices are installed by the customer. The most common filters and treatment equipment are:
1. Particle filter
A 5-15μm particle filter is recommended when water contains sand, iron particles or other suspended matters.
2. Active carbon filter
An active carbon filter must be used if the chlorine level exceeds 0,2 mg/l.
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3. Reverse osmosis system
A reverse osmosis system must be used if the chloride concentration exceeds 60 mg/l. This is very crucial in order to avoid corrosion.
4. Water softener
If a high level of scale build-up is experienced, a water softener is needed. H+ Ion Exchanger or
Kleensteam are recommended systems. Sodium ion exchangers must not be used because of problems
caused by high salt content.
5.5. Ventilation
The heat and steam load of the kettle must be taken into account in the kitchen’s ventilation plan. A ventilation hood must be installed above the kettle, because plenty of steam is released when the kettle lid
is opened. When dimensioning the ventilation hood, the space requirement for opening the lid must be
taken into account (see installation drawing).
5.6. Other installations
In case the combi-kettle being installed is connected to a kitchen power management system the connection points are shown in the electric wiring diagram.
5.7.
Procedures after installation
5.7.1. Adjusting the tilting
Before refitting the cover plates on the combi-kettle control panel, you have to check and, when needed,
adjust the operation of tilting.
On hydraulically tilted Proveno 200, 300 and 400 combi-kettles, first check the rotation direction of the
hydraulic pump. The correct rotation direction is anticlockwise viewed from the motor’s cooling fan end.
If the rotation direction is wrong, two phases of the supply cable coming to the mains switch have to
be exchanged.
Next you have to ensure that the kettle is horizontal when it is in the cooking position. Before that make
sure that the combi-kettle’s control pillar has been installed horizontally. Checking is done as follows:
• First tilt the kettle at least half-way and after that press the tilting reverse button as long as the kettle
stops in the cooking position.
• Check the kettle’s horizontal by the upper rim of the kettle.
If the kettle is not horizontal, the position of the mounting plate of the tilting limit switches must be
adjusted as follows:
• Tilt the kettle at least half-way.
• Loosen the locking nut for adjustment (5) and the fixing nut for the limit switch plate (6) so that the
limit switch plate (1) can be moved, but after moving stays in the new point.
• If the combi-kettle in its cooking position is tilted too much towards the spout, turn the limit switch
plate (1) slightly downwards. In case the kettle in its cooking position is tilted too much backwards,
turn the limit switch plate (1) slightly upwards
• Tighten the locking nut (5) slightly after adjustment, press the tilting reverse button until the kettle
tilting stops and check the kettle’s horizontal again by the upper rim of the kettle.
• Tighten both the fixing nut (6) and the locking nut (5), if the combi-kettle is horizontal in its cooking
position. Otherwise, repeat the adjustment measures.
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2
5
1
4
3
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Tilting lever
Mounting plate of limit switches
Limit switch for cooking position
Limit switch of tilting end position
Locking nut for adjustment
5.7.2. Fastening the mixer motor cover box
On the large kettle models (Proveno 150, 200, 300, 400), the cover box of the mixing motor comes unattached inside the kettle. The cover box is fastened after installation by using the screws supplied while
the kettle is in a tilted position.
5.8. First run and testing
The following checks must be performed after the installation before taking the Proveno combi-kettle
into regular use.
5.8.1. Filling the steam generator
The steam generator of the Proveno combi-kettle is empty of water on delivery. When the combi-kettle
is started for the first time after installation, the steam generator is automatically filled. After first run,
the combi-kettle automatically checks and maintains the correct water amount in the steam generator.
• First check that the closing valves coming to the kettle are in the ON position and the kettle’s mains
switch is in position ON.
• Switch the kettle on with the ON/OFF button. After initial check, the red indicator lights inside the
triangle on both sides of the ON/OFF button illuminate to indicate low water level.
• Check that the kettle section is in the cooking position by pressing the tilting reverse button.
• Filling the steam generator of the combi-kettle can take several minutes, depending on the kettle size.
When the correct water level has been achieved, the red indicator lights go off.
5.8.2. Checking the safety block
The Proveno combi-kettle is equipped with a four-phase safety block. Testing the block is performed in
the way described below. NOTE: Values in brackets concern combi-kettle versions with a max. setting
temperature of 110°C.
It is not allowed to stand behind the kettle during the safety block check, because, when the check is
completed, the safety valve at the kettle’s rear edge opens, blowing hot steam out of the kettle. The
kettle must be clean and empty.
• Switch the kettle on, set the temperature to a max. value of 120°C (110°C) and wait until the kettle
heats up to the set value and heating stops (phase 1 tested).
• Stop the heating function by pressing
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• Press the
and
buttons simultaneously and keep them pressed throughout the
test.
• On the temperature display, ’tESt’ blinks three times, the heating is switched on again and the temperature display is updated according to the temperature rise.
• When the temperature of 124°C (114°C) has been reached, heating is interrupted for 3 seconds and
’OFF’ appears on the temperature display.
• After a lag of 3 seconds, heating is switched on again and the temperature display continues to show
temperature. However, letter ’a’ is displayed instead of letter ’c’ (phase 2 tested).
• Also the pressure switch starts to function at 124°C (114°C) and informs about correct functioning by
alternately blinking the red indicator lights inside the triangles (phase 3 tested).
• After the operation phase of the pressure switch, the heating is forced further until the safety valve
opens. The temperature display shows then about 128°C (116°C) and the pressure gauge correspondingly 1,5 bar (0,75 bar) (phase 4 tested).
In case the safety valve does not open when the pressure gauge indicates 2 bar, the buttons must be
immediately released and the combi-kettle’s mains switch turned to the OFF position. Use of the
kettle is strictly forbidden. Contact qualified service personnel without delay to repair the fault.
• Complete the check by releasing the buttons.
• Information on the completed safety block test is automatically recorded in the combi-kettle’s memory for later retrieval.
STOP
In case all four phases of the test could not be carried out according to the above description, the use of
the kettle is absolutely forbidden. Contact immediately an authorized service company to repair the fault.
5.9. Adjustments, programming
The Proveno combi-kettle has been programmed in the factory with values suitable for the needs of professional kitchens. The combi-kettle is, however, provided with a ”CSFP” technology (Customer Specific
Function Parameters), which makes it possible to alter certain functions to better suit the specific needs
of an individual customer or kitchen.
Should adjustments be needed, see ”Adjustment instructions” for customer specific setting values.
Parameter values for adjustment by authorized service personnel are given in a separate service manual.
5.10. Staff training
Before taking the Proveno combi-kettle into use, make sure that the operators have sufficient information
about the correct and safe use of the kettle.
5.11. Combination of machines
When the kettle is connected to a closed loop cooling system, a combination of machines as specified in
the machinery directive is created for which, at commissioning, a signed declaration of conformity must
be provided covering the combination of machines.
COMBINATION OF MACHINES
Machine 1
Kettle
Start signal
Error signal
Cooling circuit to kettle
Cooling circuit return
Machine 2
Coolingsystem
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6.1. Setting customer specific parameters
By setting the customer specific parameter it is possible to modify certain functions of the Proveno
combi-kettle to better suit a kitchen’s or customer’s individual needs. In general, the preset factory settings are well suited to most users, so the settings need only be modified to meet the special conditions
or modes of operation in a kitchen. The customer specific parameters are normally set by the person in
charge of the kitchen activities.
The combi-kettle has to be in the stand-by mode when starting to alter customer specific parameters.
This means that ‘On’ is shown on the temperature display and the time on the timer display (in case the
kettle is fitted with a timer option). No functions are allowed to be in operation.
The customer parameter setting mode can be accessed as follows:
Simultaneously press the temperature and the tilting reverse buttons for 3 seconds:
’CodU’ appears on the temperature display.
After this press the temperature button for 3 seconds.
The first parameter ’Pr00’ appears on the temperature display.
By using the central dial, search within 3 seconds the desired parameter between Pr00 - Pr52.
When the desired parameter appears on the display, press briefly the temperature button.
In case the parameter is in use, its setting value is shown on the display of the function it relates to.
Functions have not been defined for all parameters. The table at the end of this chapter specifies the
parameters in use.
Change the parameter using the central dial.
Confirm the new setting by pressing the temperature button for 3 seconds.
When the displayed value goes out, this indicates that the new setting has been saved in the memory.
Select a new parameter using the central dial and wait for 10 seconds, so the combi-kettle
will revert to the stand-by mode.
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6.2. Customer specific parameters, settings and factory presets
The following table contains the parameter values starting from program revision 2r01. The program revision is visible on the temperature display a short moment after switching the kettle on.
Pr code Function
Display
Value
Factory preset
Pr10
Default cooking temperature
Temperature
Timing
hPt
0 - 120
80
Pr11
Used temperature unit
Temperature
hEC
hEF
Pr12
Default Hold temperature automatically set Temperature
after the cooking process
Timing
hold
51 - 100
70
Pr13
Central dial selection delay (sec.) after which Temperature
the selected value is locked
td_2 - td_7
td_5
Pr14
Low-temperature area (51-69°C heating Temperature
temperature difference
hd 0 - hd30
Hd10
Pr15
Mid-temperature area (70-87°C) heating Temperature
temperature difference
nd 0 - nd30
Pr16
Cooking temperature area 88-100°C)
heating temperature difference
Hd 0 - Hd13
Pr20
Selection and deselection of the short pull Temperature
back of the tilting done after releasing the
tilting
Fbon
FboF
Pull back ON
Pull back OFF
Fbon
Pr21
Selection and deselection of the buzzer sig- Temperature
nal used when pausing and ending the mixer Mixer
AL
on
oFF
Buzzer ON
Buzzer OFF
on
Forced slow mixing when tilting
Temperature
Mixer
FC15
on/off
off
Temperature
Water fill
Info
PIn
Set/Old
____
____
Pr22
Pr23
PIN code (only EaryRun 99.9 programming)
Temperature
Pr24
PCo cooling mixer speed
Temperature
Mixer
PCoS
15-50
Pr30
Water bypass time (min.) of the automatic Temperature
water filling system. Used to empty long Water fill
water supply lines of possibly musty water.
Fti
0 - 10
Water bypass interval (hours) of the automa- Temperature
tic water filling system. When the interval Water fill
has elapsed a new bypass flow is done.
Fdi
0 - 24
Pr32
Automatic water filling unit selection
Lit/GAL
Pr33
Pure function behaviour in EasyRun pro- Temperature
gramming
Water fill
Pr31
Water fill
FEr
OFF
Pr31
On
Pr40
Pr41
Default cooling final
Temperature
Info
C5 cooling temperature setpoint when tap Temperature
water cooling is changed to Ice Bank
Info
Celsius
Fahrenheit
87°C temperature
fixed 100°C
nd30
Hd13
25
0 = no bypass
flow done
1
0 = bypass flow
always done
12
Att!
Pr01
Lit
OFF=Pure never done OFF
Pr31=Pure done according to Pr31 setting
On=Pure always done
CFt
0 - 100
C2C3
0-100
hEC
30
0=C2
100=C3
75
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Pr code Function
Display
Value
Factory preset
Pr42
C5 cooling tap water emptying delay before Temperature
Ice Bank emptying delay
Info
C5td
0-15
0 = not in use
Pr43
Preset time (min.), after which the cooling is Temperature
aborted if the temperature doesn’t decrease Info
any more
Cdt2
0 - 4.00
0 = cooling abortion
switched off
0.15
Pr44
Mixer program 1 - soft mixing
Temperature
Activated when set cooling temperature Mixer
reached
Soft
on/off
off = pause 2 min
on = pause 10 min
Pr50
No longer used
Pr51
Appliance identification code for the
HACCP data collection
HAC2
0 - 99
0 = HACCP
switched off
Pr52
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Temperature
Mixer
Setting of HACCP data collection interval Temperature
(min.)
Mixer
HAC3
1, 5 or 10
0
Att!
Pr01
OFF
0
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Troubleshooting
MALFUNCTION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
The kettle cannot be The mains switch is in the OFF position
switched on
The emergency/stop button is pushed
WHAT TO DO
Turn the mains switch fitted on the rear part of the
control pillar right side to the ON position
Release the emergency-stop switch by turning it
clockwise
The fuses in the main fuse box areblown/ Change/excite the fuses
triggered
The delivery of electric energy is interrupted
The kettle does not heat
Check if the delivery of electric energy is interrupted
elsewhere and wait for it to return
The timer function is activated if the kettle is Switch off the timer function according to instructions
equipped with a timer
The EasyRun function is activated if the kettle Switch off the EasyRun function according to instrucis equipped with the option
tions
The emergency/stop button is pushed
Release the emergency-stop switch by turning it
clockwise
The ON/OFF switch is not in the ON position
Push the switch to the ON position
On a kettle fitted with automatic cooling: The Wait until time on the display next to the cooling butdraining of the cooling water is still unfinished ton runs out
The fuses in the main fuse box are blown/ Change/excite the fuses
triggered
The kettle is not returned to an upright position Press the tilting reverse button until the kettle is toafter tilting, the temperature display shows a tally horizontal and the temperature display shows an
'PoS' signal
'On' signal
Electric kettle: Not enough water in the steam- Check that the shut-off valve of the water supply line
generator, the two red error lights on the cont- is in the OPEN position
rol panel are illuminated
Steam kettle: The shut-off valve of the steam Open the valve
input is closed
Other technical fault
Contact qualified technical personnel
Heating of the kettle is Electric kettle: Too much water in the steam- Check the water level of the steam generator accorslow
generator
ding to the instructions by opening the emptying valve.
Steam kettle: Condensate water gathered in Remove the condensate by opening the emptying
thesteam jacket has not been emptied
valve which is in the steam jacket
The steam jacket of a kettle equipped with a Remove the chilling water by opening the emptying
manual cooling system (C1) is full of cooling valve (electric) or the emptying valve for condensate
water which has not been emptied
(steam)
There is air in the steam jacket which does If the air does not exit through the automatic vacuum
flow out because the automatic vacuum valve valve, contact qualified technical personnel
does not function
One of the fuses in the main fuse box is Change/excite the fuse
blown/triggered
The forced 1/2-power control of the building is on Normal operation
Other technical fault
Contact qualified technical personnel
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MALFUNCTION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
The kettle does not tilt
The lid of the kettle is on and the mixer display Open the lid
shows a 'Lid' signal
The mixer does not start
WHAT TO DO
The emergency/stop button is pushed
Release the emergency-stop switch by turning it
clockwise
The ON/OFF switch is not in the ON position
Push the switch to the ON position
The emergency/stop button is pushed
Release the emergency-stop switch by turning it
clockwise
The lid and the safety grid are not in their cor- Place the lid and safety grid in their correct positions
rect positions on the kettle, the mixer display on the kettle and restart
shows a 'Lid' signal
No mixer mode has been selected after selec- First select the mixer function and then select the miting the mixer
xing (see the user manual ”Mixing functions”)
The fuses in the main fuse box are blown/ Change/excite the fuses
triggered
All above mentioned sections have been The safety switch of the safety grid is damaged and
checked, both red error lights on the control for safety reasons the operation of the mixer is inhipanel are flashing
bited. Contact qualified technical personnel.
Other technical fault
Contact qualified technical personnel
The mixer stops during The lid and the safety grid are not in their cor- Place the lid and safety grid in their correct positions
mixing
rect positions on the kettle, the mixer display on the kettle and restart
shows a 'Lid' signal
The emergency/stop button has accidentally Release the emergency-stop switch by turning it
been pushed
clockwise
A pre-set program including stopping of the Check if a pre-set program is in use
mixer is in use
The stuff to be mixed is too thick or there is Make the contents of the kettle thinner or reduce the
too much contents in the kettle
amount and restart
Other technical fault
Contact qualified technical personnel
Timing of the kettle not The kettle is not returned to an upright position Press the tilting reverse button until the kettle is topossible
after tilting, the temperature display shows a tally horizontal and the temperature display shows an
'PoS' signal
'On' signal
The lid and the safety grid are not in their cor- Place the lid and safety grid in their correct positions
rect positions on the kettle, the mixer display on the kettle
shows a 'Lid' signal
The automatic water filling does not
fill any water into
the kettle
It is not possible
to activate the
EasyRun program
Other technical fault
Contact qualified technical personnel
The shut-off valve of the water supply line is in the closed position or
the whole water supply network is
closed, an 'Err' message is blinking
on the water fill display.
Open the shut-off valve or wait until the
water supply is restored, and start the
automatic water fill again.
Other technical fault
Contact qualified technical personnel
The kettle is not returned to an
upright position after tilting, the
temperature display shows a 'PoS'
signal
Press the tilting reverse button until the
kettle is totally horizontal and the temperature display shows a 'On' signal
The lid and the safety grid are not in Place the lid and safety grid in their correct
their correct positions on the kettle,
positions on the kettle
the mixer display shows a 'Lid' signal
Other technical fault
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MALFUNCTION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
WHAT TO DO
The automatic
cooling program is
interrupted although
the set temperature
is not reached
The temperature of the cooling water is so high that it is not possible
to reach the set temperature, the
reached temperature is flashing on
the temperature display
Select a final temperature that is possible
to reach with the temperature of the cooling water at hand. If there is a need for
lower temperatures, please contact your
dealer for information on ice bank cooling
systems.
When you contact service personnel, give the following information for the unit in question:
• what is the type and model of the unit
• what is the serial number of the unit and the date the unit has been installed
• a short description of the fault, what function is not working, what signals are the displays showing
• what happened/was done immediately before the fault occurred
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Item
Type
Specification
Overall dimensions incl. support pillar WxDxH
40,60
1047x800x900/1535 mm
Overall dimensions incl. support pillar WxDxH
80,100
1154x800x900/1535 mm
Overall dimensions incl. support pillar WxDxH
150,200
1360x920x900/1535 mm
Overall dimensions incl. support pillar WxDxH
300,400
1560x1160x900/1535 mm
Distance needed behind the kettle
40
860 mm
Distance needed behind the kettle
60
945 mm
Distance needed behind the kettle
80,100
955 mm
Distance needed behind the kettle
150
1070 mm
Distance needed behind the kettle
200
1070 mm
Distance needed behind the kettle
300,400
1270, 1280 mm
Tilting height from pouring lip edge to floor
40 - 400
600 mm
Maximum height of cover
40,60
1740 mm
Maximum height of cover
80,100
1745 mm
Maximum height of cover
150,200
1995 mm
Maximum height of cover
300
2110 mm
Maximum height of cover
400
2080 mm
Distance needed for service
40 - 200
450 mm
Distance needed for service
300, 400
500 mm
Inner diameter
40, 60
472 mm
Inner diameter
80,100
545 mm
Inner diameter
150,200
744 mm
Inner diameter
300,400
944 mm
Support pillar dimensions LxDxH
150x250x900 mm
Material of inner jacket and bottom
Acid proof stainless steel AISI 316
Other parts of the kettle
Stainless steel AISI 304
Weight with package
40
260 kg
Weight with package
60
270 kg
Weight with package
80
295 kg
Weight with package
100
325 kg
Weight with package
150
380 kg
Weight with package
200
410 kg
Weight with package
300
490 kg
Weight with package
400
550 kg
Weight
40
215 kg
Weight
60
225 kg
Weight
80
245 kg
Weight
100
280 kg
Weight
150
320 kg
Weight
200
360 kg
Weight
300
430 kg
Weight
400
490 kg
Transport volume
40 - 100
2,07
Transport volume
150,200
2,91
Transport volume
300,400
3,88
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Item
Type
Specification
Mixer power
40,60,80,100
0,75 kW
Mixer power
150,200,300
1,5 kW
Mixer power
400
2,2 kW
Mixer speed range
40 - 400
15 - 140 rpm
Mixer programs
40 - 400
P1 - P6, Cleaning program, Autoreverse,
Power mixing
Electricity connections
see Wiring diagram
Water connections
see Installation section in this manual
Sound level of the appliance measured 1m straight in front
of the appliance and at a height of 1,5m
<70 dB(A)
Weight of mixing tool
40
2,8 kg
Weight of mixing tool
60
4,2 kg
Weight of mixing tool
80
4,2 kg
Weight of mixing tool
100
4,5 kg
Weight of mixing tool
150
4,7 kg
Weight of mixing tool
200
5,5 kg
Weight of mixing tool
300
6,5 kg
Weight of mixing tool
400
11,2 kg
Number of scrapers
40
1
Number of scrapers
60,80
2
Number of scrapers
100,150
3
Number of scrapers
200,300
4
Number of scrapers
400
5
Start timer
max. 7 days ahead
Cooking timer
9h 59 min
Options:
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Manual cooling
Automatic tapwater cooling
Icebank cooling
Two stage ice bank cooling
Automatic water filling
EasyRun 1.1 programming
EasyRun 99.9 programming
C1
C2
C3
C5
W
P1
P9
Handshower
Heavy Duty handshower
Roll in handshower
S1
S2
S3
Emptying valve
Bottom emptying valve
D1
D2
Double water connection
Tempnet HACCP connection
Double temperature sensor
Noise supression filter
T
HA
DO
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