model 1433fh fixed head power meat cutter

MODEL 1433FH
FIXED HEAD
POWER MEAT CUTTER
OPERATING AND SERVICE MANUAL
IMPORTANT NOTICE
This Manual contains important
safety instructions which must
be strictly followed when using
this equipment.
ITEM No.:
14313FH-304
ITEM No.:
14313FH-304
ITEM
No.
14313FH-304
MD 1433FH
11-09-8 PPD
MD 1433FH
7-14-11
PPD
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
NOTICE TO OWNERS AND OPERATORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
SAFETY TIPS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
WARNING LABELS FOR POWER CUTTERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
WARNING LABELS LOCATIONS ON MACHINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
BAND SAW SAFETY GUIDELINES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
OPERATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
FOOD HANDLING TO PREVENT CONTAMINATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
TO PROCESS PRODUCT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
LUBRICATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
OPERATOR’S NOTES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
PARTS DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-25
BASE DOOR HINGE SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
SWITCH ASSEMBLIES AND SERVICE PARTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
OPERATOR’S NOTES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
WIRING DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27-32
CLEANING PROCEDURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
WEARABLE SAW PARTS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
PARTS LIST ORDERING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
PARTS ASSEMBLIES LIST/ORDERING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
OPERATOR’S SIGNATURE PAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
LIMITED WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
NOTICE TO OWNERS AND OPERATORS
BIRO’s products are designed to process food products safely and efficiently. Unless the operator is properly trained and supervised, there is the possibility of a serious injury. It is the responsibility of the owner to assure that this machine is used properly and safely, strictly following the
instructions contained in this Manual and any requirements of local law.
No one should use or service this machine without proper training and supervision. All operators should be thoroughly familiar with the procedures contained in this Manual. Even so BIRO
cannot anticipate every circumstance or environment in which its products will be used. You, the
owner and operator, must remain alert to the hazards posed by the function of this equipment –
particularly the SHARP MOVING BAND TYPE SAW BLADE. No one under eighteen (18) years of
age should operate this equipment. If you are uncertain about a particular task, ask your supervisor.
This Manual contains a number of safe practices in the SAFETY TIP section. Additional warnings are placed throughout the Manual. Warnings related to your personal safety are indicated by:
Warnings related to possible damage are indicated by:
BIRO also has provided a wall chart to be posted near the equipment. If any warning label, wall
chart, or Manual becomes misplaced, damaged, or illegible, please contact your nearest Distributor or BIRO directly for a replacement.
Remember, however, this Manual or the warning labels do not replace the need to be alert and
to use your common sense when using this equipment.
This Manual applies to 1433FH Power Meat Cutters with Fixed Heads.
– NOTE –
“A copy of this manual is included with each MODEL 1433FH SAW.”
“The descriptions and illustrations contained in this manual are not binding.
The manufacturer reserves the right to introduce any modification without
updating the manual.”
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SAFETY TIPS
SHARP MOVING BAND TYPE SAW BLADE
TO AVOID SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY
NEVER Touch This Machine Without Training and Authorization By Your Supervisor.
ALWAYS Read Operation and Parts Manual BEFORE Operating, Cleaning or Servicing.
ALWAYS Keep Hands Clear of Sharp Band Type Saw Blade and Other Moving Parts.
ONLY Use a Qualified Electrician to Install According to Local Building Codes: Machines
MUST Be Properly Grounded.
ONLY Install on Level, Non-Skid Surface in a Clean, Well-Lighted Area Away From Children
and Visitors.
DO NOT Attempt to Operate This Machine Until it has Been Inspected and Demonstrated by the
Seller – Recognized BIRO Representative.
DO NOT Alter or Modify This Machine in any Way From its Original Form. This Machine in its
Original Form Meets the Intent of O.S.H.A. Applicable Standards.
NEVER Operate with Saw Guard on Saw Guide Bar in the Raised Position or the Saw Guard
Removed from the Saw Guide Bar.
ALWAYS Adjust the Saw Guide Bar with Saw Guard to Within 1 2" of Product to be Cut.
ALWAYS Use Supplied Safety End Cut Pusher Plate for Smaller Products or The Last Cuts of
Product.
DO NOT Use This Machine for Non-Food Products.
DO NOT Use This Machine to Cut Pigs Feet.
DO NOT Wear Gloves While Operating.
ALWAYS Turn Off, Unplug From Power Source and Perform Lockout/Tagout Procedure to This
Machine BEFORE Removing Shrouds, Removable Guards, Covers, Doors, Fences or Panels
for Cleaning, Servicing or Any Other Reason.
NEVER Leave Machine Unattended While Operating.
PROMPTLY REPLACE Any Worn or Illegible Warning Labels.
USE ONLY BIRO Parts and Accessories Properly Installed.
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INSTALLATION
TO AVOID SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY
PROPERLY INSTALL EQUIPMENT IN ADEQUATE WORK AREA
ALWAYS Read Operating and Parts Manual BEFORE Installation.
ALWAYS Use Qualified Technician and Electrician for Installation.
ALWAYS Install Equipment in Work area with Adequate Light and Space.
ONLY Operate on a Solid, Level, Non-Skid Surface.
DO NOT Attempt to Operate This Machine Until It has been Inspected and demonstrated by the
Seller – Recognized BIRO Representative.
DO NOT Alter or Modify This Machine in Any Way from its Original Form. This Machine in its
Original Form Meets the Intent of O.S.H.A. Applicable Standards.
NEVER Operate with Saw Guard on Saw Guide Bar in the Raised Position or the Saw Guard
Removed from the Saw Guide Bar.
ALWAYS Adjust Saw Guide Bar with Saw Guard to Within 1 2" of Product to be Cut.
NEVER Operate Without all Warning Labels Attached and Wall Chart Posted.
USE ONLY BIRO Parts and Accessories Properly Installed.
1. Read this Manual thoroughly before installation and operation. Do not proceed with installation and operation if
you have any questions or do not understand anything in this Manual. Contact your local Distributor, or BIRO
first.
2. Install machine on a level, solid, non-skid surface in a well-lighted work area away from children and visitors.
ALWAYS LEVEL MACHINE BEFORE USING
3. After installing machine in operational area, it is imperative that the four adjusting leg hex bolts be adjusted to
level the machine.
4. To assemble meat gauge plate (Part No. A14275) to the machine; Loosen the lock knob (Part No. 272-10) on
the right side of the meat gauge bracket. Remove the meat gauge gear rack (Part No. 14272) and insert into the
meat gauge plate. Be sure to hold meat gauge arm so that the release handle is depressed. Re-install the gear
rack by first inserting the rectangle end into the left hand meat gauge bracket, then swing the right hollow round
end of the gear rack into the original lock position. Upon aligning the gear rack with the capscrew (Part No.
272-11), tighten the lock knob clockwise, fastening the locking cap screw into the hollow end of the gear rack,
CHECKING for a secure assembly. Keep gear rack well oiled with food grade oil to insure free movement.
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5.
6.
REMOVAL and INSTALLATION
for Self-Centering Lower Removable Wheels
(Part No. 14560-1 and 14560DF-1)
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REMOVAL
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Item No. 16543 – Lower Shaft for Removable Wheel
6. The Model 1433 Lower Removable Wheel has been revised to include a keyway in the bore. Also an anti-rotation
pin is now pressed into the lower shaft to prevent any inadvertent "spinning" of the wheel on the shaft.
NOTE – If the saw in which a new shaft is to be
installed has a groove (keyway) in the bore of the
lower wheel, press the taper pin (provided "loose") into
the hole in the side of the shaft (see sketch).
If there is no groove (keyway) in the bore of the lower
wheel, discard the taper pin and use the shaft without
the pin.
7. The side platter bracket (Part No. S14214) is packed loose in the machine and must be installed on the left side
of the base structure with the supplied hardware and checked for proper adjustment. Stationary platter must be
flat.
8. Machine MUST be properly grounded. Use qualified electrician to install according to building codes.
WIRING MOTOR
(1) Interchange of motor current is made in motor outlet box. Leads are properly marked. Changing
instructions are on motor plate or inside junction box cover.
(2) All saws are wired 220 volts unless otherwise specified. Be sure motor specifications (voltage, cycle, phase)
match power supply line. Be sure line voltage is up to specification.
(3) Connect leads to machine in a manner that will be approved by local electrical inspectors.
(4) We recommend no less than No. 12 wire. If the leads are too light, machine may not have sufficient cutting
power and/or speed.
(5) The drive belt is packed loose in machine to prevent deformation, and must be installed on pulleys at time of
wiring motor.
(6) The BIRO Manufacturing Company is not responsible for permanent wiring, connection or installations.
NOTE TO OWNER AND ELECTRICIAN: IF THIS MACHINE IS NOT CORD
AND PLUG CONNECTED TO THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY SOURCE, THEN IT
SHOULD BE EQUIPPED WITH, OR CONNECTED TO, A LOCKABLE,
MANUALLY OPERATED DISCONNECT SWITCH (OSHA 1010.147).
9. All machines are tested at the factory, but electrical phasing for proper rotation may not match your electrical
supply. All machines with removable lower wheel must be first test run for proper phasing with the lower wheel
removed. Failure to remove the lower wheel could cause the wheel to become dislodged during testing.
All machines with removable lower wheel will display the following decal on the right hinged base door.
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SHARP SAW BLADE. HANDLE WITH EXTREME CAUTION.
10. Placing blade on cutter: Unpack upper wheel assembly and hang on the hinge bracket in the head structure. Lift
the nylon filler in the stationary bar. Hang the blade on the upper wheel and hold with right hand. With the left
hand force the back of the blade between the front blade scrapers, located below the stationary bar. Lower the
nylon filler. Be sure the blade is in the upper saw guide. The blade has dropped over the lower wheel. Switch
hands holding the blade on the upper wheel. With the right hand, force the blade between the rear blade
scrapers. The blade is now ready to be tightened.
11. Turn the blade tensioning handle clockwise until the tension mark is even with the bottom of the upper wheel
hinge plate as shown. Carefully turn saw wheels by hand and watch for proper tracking of blade on the wheels.
12. The stationary platter (Part No. A14163) is placed on top of the base structure and held in place by two push-pull
hold down rods (Part No. 14212W), located at the rear of the base.
13. The sliding meat carriage assembly (Part No. A16155EZ) is installed by turning the movable stop assembly (Part
No. A16200) clockwise. After the carriage assembly is in the channel for operation, turn the movable stop
counterclockwise to lock.
14. Make sure saw guide bar with saw guard is in its lowest position. Close head and base doors.
KEEP HANDS CLEAR OF SHARP MOVING BAND TYPE SAW
BLADE
15. Push the start button. Check for proper phasing of the motor and proper tracking of the saw blade in the saw
guides. Back of the blade should be centered in the lower saw guide (Part No. 119A) in the stationary bar. Blade
should be moving down through the guide. Push the stop button to stop the machine.
16. Check placement of all warning labels, wall chart and Manual. Machine is ready for trained operators to process
product. Post SAFETY TIPS wall chart within easy view of operator. Keep Manual available to operator.
17. Contact your local Distributor or BIRO directly if you have any questions or problems with the installation or
operation of this machine.
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WARNING LABELS
FOR BIRO POWER CUTTERS
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ITEM No. 671
WALL CHART “BAND SAW SAFETY GUIDELINES”
ATTACH TO WALL IN VICINITY OF MACHINE IN EASY VIEW OF OPERATOR
1. Before Using, Make Sure:
Gauge Plate And Other Components
Are Secure.
All Warning Labels and Guards Are In Place.
The Guide Bar Is Adjusted To
Above The Product To Be Cut.
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2
Inch
2. While Cutting:
Keep Hands and Fingers Away From Blade.
Keep Product Securely Against Gauge Plate.
Use End Cut Pusher When Making
Final Cuts. Item No. 256P.
3. Before Cleaning:
Turn Off Power And Unplug.
Remove Saw Blade.
Use Extra Care When Handling The Saw Blade.
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B. TO PROCESS PRODUCT
1. Before starting power cutter, adjust saw guide bar with saw guard to within ½” of product to be cut.
“B”
DO NOT WEAR GLOVES WHILE OPERATING
2. Make sure all doors are closed and locked.
3. Adjust meat gauge plate forward to desired thickness of cut. “A”
4. Push start button and watch blade for proper tracking.
5. Standing in front of the power cutter, place product on the meat carriage. Pay attention to position
of your hands. Keep hands clear of moving band type saw blade. Leaning lightly against the
scalloped front edge of meat carriage, hold the product firmly in right hand with product face flush
against the meat gauge plate. Move the meat carriage from right to left at a steady rate until fully
past the saw blade. Use left hand to remove and stack cut product, NEVER REACH IN FRONT
OF BAND TYPE SAW BLADE. On the return stroke, pull the product slightly toward you to clear
the blade.
NEVER REACH OR GRAB FOR PRODUCT IN FRONT OF
MOVING BAND TYPE SAW BLADE
6. ALWAYS use the Safety End Cut Pusher Plate for smaller products or the last cuts of product. “C”
The pusher plate is supplied as standard on all BIRO power cutters.
7. When finished cutting, push stop button. Perform lockout/tag out procedure.
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MAINTENANCE
TO AVOID SERIOUS
PERSONAL INJURY
ALWAYS Turn Off, Unplug From Power Source and Perform Lockout/Tag Out Procedure to This
Machine BEFORE Cleaning or Servicing.
NEVER Touch This Machine Without Training and Authorization By Your Supervisor.
ALWAYS Keep Hands Clear of Band Type Saw Blade and Other Moving Parts.
NEVER Bypass, Alter, or Modify This Equipment in Any Way From Its Original Condition.
PROMPTLY REPLACE Any Worn or Illegible Warning Labels.
USE ONLY GENUINE BIRO Parts and Accessories Properly Installed.
A. GENERAL
1. Machine should be generally inspected every time it is cleaned (at least daily) to ensure that it is in good condition
and has not been damaged or tampered with.
a. SAW WHEELS: Clean outer diameter grooves daily. Check for cracks, gouges or wear on the flange and
grooves.
DO NOT IMMERSE UPPER WHEEL
ASSEMBLY IN WATER
b. WHEEL CLEANER ASSEMBLIES: Check condition of fiber cleaner, change every four (4) weeks. Check
condition of tension spring, replace as needed.
c. REMOVABLE FINGER LIFT ASSEMBLY: Check condition of saw guard, make sure mounting bolts are
tight and the “DANGER EXPOSED BLADE” decal is affixed and legible. Check condition of upper saw guide
(Part No. 602B), replace every 6 months. Check adjustment of upper saw guide. Should be 1 32" between
back of blade and saw guide carbide.
d. SAW GUIDE BAR: Check condition of bar for wear, replace if necessary.
NEVER USE THIS MACHINE WITHOUT PROPERLY INSTALLED
AND FUNCTIONING SAW GUIDE BAR AND SAW GUARD
e. STATIONARY BAR ASSEMBLY: Check condition of nylon filler (Part No. 177), change every four (4) weeks.
Check condition of saw guide (Part No. 119A), check tracking of blade through guide, back of blade should
be centered in hole, replace every six (6) months. Check condition of lower blade back-up guide (Part No.
S608). Check adjustment of back-up guide, should have 1 32" gap between back of blade and saw guide
carbide. Replace every six (6) months.
f. SAW CLEANERS: Check condition of blade cleaners, replace every 4 weeks.
g. MEAT GAUGE ASSEMBLY: Check free movement of meat gauge plate on gear rack. Gear rack to be kept
lubricated at all times with light food grade oil. Check operation of release handle. Check that worm gear
engages properly with gear rack. Check tension of release handle spring, replace as necessary.
h. MEAT CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY: Check for free movement through full range of travel. Check side to side
for excessive clearance, adjust as necessary. Check condition and grease bearings, replace as necessary.
Check condition of thumb guard, replace as necessary.
i. SAFETY ITEMS: Safety end cut pusher plate is with machine and accessible. All warning labels are present,
properly affixed and legible. Model and Serial Number plate properly affixed and legible. Wall poster within
operator's view from machine. Manual accessible to operator.
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B. LUBRICATION
1. UPPER WHEEL BEARINGS: Grease
every four (4) months. Change
grease every twelve (12) months.
2. LOWER BEARING HOUSING:
Grease every four (4) months.
Change grease every twelve (12)
months.
3. MEAT CARRIAGE BEARINGS:
Grease every four (4) weeks.
4. SAW GUIDE BAR: Oil daily with
food machine oil.
5. MEAT GAUGE GEAR RACK: Oil
daily with food machine oil.
When lubricating the upper wheel bearing it is important that the
three hex head screws securing the upper wheel hub cap be loosened
slightly before attempting to pump grease into the grease fitting. Loosening the screws allows for an escape of old broken down grease and air
from the bearing cavity. Failure to loosen the screws before greasing
the upper bearings can cause the upper shaft seal to be dislodged from
the upper wheel allowing grease to escape and moisture to get into the
cavity. When finished greasing the bearings, retighten the three screws.
Take care to also clean off any grease that was pushed out of the cavity
during greasing.
6. BLADE TENSION SPRING SCREW
ASSEMBLY: Grease every 4 weeks –
NOTE: Remove upper wheel and
turn #14782 Blade Tension screw
clockwise until it bottoms out against
#14781 Blade Tension Handle then
fill the cavity under the O-Ring on the
#14782 Blade Tension Screw with
#374 Shell Cassida Grease EPS-2 and re-assemble.
7. MOTOR BEARINGS: Bearing grease will lose its lubricating ability over time, not suddenly. The
lubricating ability of a grease (over time) depends primarily on the type of grease, the size of the
bearing, the speed at which the bearing operates and the severity of the operating conditions. Good
results can be obtained if the following recommendations are used in your maintenance program.
A high grade ball or roller bearing grease should be used. Recommended grease for standard service
conditions is Polyrex EM (Exxon Mobil).
Equivalent and compatible greases include: Texaco Polystar, Rykon Premium #2, Pennzoil Pen 2
Lube, and Chevron SRI.
Recommended lubrications intervals is every 9 months with the equivalent of two (2) teaspoons of
grease.
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OPERATOR’S NOTES
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16
NOTE:
ALWAYS REPORT MACHINE SERIAL
NUMBER WHEN ORDERING PARTS
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14P
14P-1
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ITEM No.: 14782K Blade Tension Screw Conversion Kit
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Disconnect the machine from main power supply.
Loosen tension on the saw blade and remove the upper wheel assembly
Unbolt the (A) tensioning handle from the (B) blade tension screw.
At the bottom handle mount turn the (B) blade tension screw clockwise until it can be lifted out of
the (C) housing.
Apply a good food grade grease to the replacement (D) tension screw and install into the (C) housing turning counterclockwise until it bottoms out.
Replace the (A) tensioning handle. Be sure the (E) spring and (F) plunger pin are still present in
the end of the (A) handle.
Replace the upper wheel assembly and the blade.
Tension the blade.
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
14781
14782
14780
14782K
14554
55178
Tension Handle
Blade Tension Screw
Adjustment Housing
Blade Tension Screw Kit
Compression Spring
Plunger Pin
14783
14785
14789
AN15S
HHS048S
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17
O-Ring, Large
Plastic Washer
O-Ring, Small
Acorn Nut, ¼-20
Hex Head Screw ¼-20 1¼
A14335XE
A14335XE
20
A14335XE
A14335XE
The Base Door Hinge System on the Model 1433 and 1433FH Series has been changed from an
internal “plate & pin” system to an external “barrel and pin” system (see sketch below).
Old Style
New Style
Hinged Base Door - #S14217R
Before Serial No. 2218
Hinged Base Door - #S14217R-2
Starting with Serial No. 2218
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Item No.
AS415D-2
HHS025S
LW10S
S268
119A
177
S415D-2
S608
SSS04S
Item No.
AS14273-275
A14275
A262
FW10S
HHS049NL
HN20S
LW10S
LW15S
RHS25S
SSS19
S235
S262
S265
S14272
Description
Stationary bar assembly
Hex head screw, ¼-20 ½ SS
Lock washer, ¼ SS
Stationary bar headless screw
Saw guide in stationary bar
Nylon filler
Stationary bar
Back-up guide, carbide
Set screw, 10-24 ¼ SS, cup point
Description
Meat gauge assembly
Meat gauge plate assembly
Meat gauge release assembly
Flat washer, 5 16 SS
Hex screw – nylon 5 16-18 ½ lg.
Hex nut, 5 16-18 SS
Lock washer, ¼ SS
Lock washer, 5 16 SS
Round head screw, ¼-20 ¾ SS
Set screw, cup point, 5 16-18 1½, SS
Taper pin, 4 ¾ SS
Meat gauge release handle, SS
Meat gauge release spring, SS
Meat gauge gear rack, SS
Item No.
AS415D
HHS025S
LW10S
S268
119A
177
S415D
Item No.
12273LH
12273RH-3
14275
14275-5
264G
264-1
264-1S
267
270
271AL
272-8
272-10
272-11
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Description
Stationary bar assembly
Hex head screw, ¼-20 ½ SS
Lock washer, ¼ SS
Stationary bar headless screw
Saw guide in stationary bar
Nylon filler
Stationary bar
Description
Meat gauge brkt, – LH
Meat gauge brkt. – RH
Meat gauge arm
Meat gauge plate, SS
Meat gauge hand wheel groove pin
Meat gauge hand wheel
Hand wheel shim
Meat gauge release cotter key
Meat gauge release pin
Meat gauge worm gear, Aluminum
Cap nut, 5 16-18 SS
Lock knob 3 8-16, 4 point
Allen head cap screw 3 8-16 1½ lg.
Item No.
A16155EZ
A175S
FW05S
AN15S
HN30S
LW20S
S155-11
S155-R
S155EZ
Description
Meat carriage assembly complete – EZ Flow
Thumb guard assembly
Flat washer, ¼ SS
Acorn nut, ¼-20, SS
Hex nut, 3 8-16 light jam SS
Lock washer, 3 8 regular SS
Meat carriage stop thumb screw
Raw meat carriage top only (DNS)
Meat carriage top only (NSS)
Item No.
S155EZ-3
16155EZ
16155EZ-1
16155-13
16155AEZ-1
16159
175S
175-1-S
175-2-S
Description
Hex standoff, easy flow carriage
Meat carriage top & angle only
Meat carriage top only w/weld studs (DNS)
Carriage stop angle SS
Meat carriage angle plate
Meat carriage bearing SS
Thumb guard, nylon
Thumb guard nut, SS
Thumb screw, ¼-20 ½, SS
Item No.
A16200
A16220-1
AS16120EZ
FW08S
FW15S
HHS055S
HHS075S
HN25S
LW15S
LW25S
S16120
S200B1
S360CB-1
16200
16220-1
18120EZ-B3
310
311
311-1
376
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Description
Channel stop assembly, movable
Channel stop assembly, fixed
Channel assembly with center guide
Flat washer, 3 8, SS
Flat washer, ½, SS
Hex head screw, 5 16-18 ¾ SS
Hex head screw, 3 8-16 1¼ SS
Hex nut, 3 8-16, SS
Lock washer, 5 16, SS
Lock washer, 3 8 SS
Channel, SS
Stop stud, carriage stop, SS
Carriage bolt, 3 8-16 1¼ SS
Carriage stop, movable w/#311-1
Carriage stop, fixed w/#311
Guide bar, EZ flow, T-shaped
Waved washer, movable carriage stop
Rubber bumper for #16220-1 stop
Rubber bumper for #16200 stop
Drive screw, #10 ½ lg., SS
Item No.
AS12290
AS12290-3
A295
HHS003S
HHS005S
HHS009S
HHS055S
HN05S
LW15S
S12290
S12290-3
S229
Description
Cleaning unit assembly
Cleaning unit assembly
Wheel cleaner assembly
Hex head screw, 8-32 ¼ trimmed SS
Hex head screw, 8-32 ½ SS
Hex head screw, 10-24 ¼ SS
Hex head screw, 5 16-18 ¾ SS
Hex nut, 8-32 SS
Lock washer, 5 16 SS
Cleaning unit
Cleaning unit
Wheel cleaner arm spring, SS
Item No.
AS116-2214
A14211
A602
FW05S
HHS015S
HHS020S
HHS083S
HN10S
LW05S
LW10S
RHS10S
RHS30S
S200B1
S116-22
14255
17211-22
17211-35
193
211
211A-291Q
601
602B
602AFSC
708
Description
Saw guide bar assembly 22”
Finger lift assembly, removable
Saw guide assembly, upper
Flat washer, ¼, SS
Hex head screw, 10-32 7 8 SS
Hex head screw, ¼-20 3 8 SS
Hex head screw, 3 8-16 1¾ SS
Hex nut, 10-32 SS
Lock washer, #10 SS
Lock washer, ¼ SS
Round head screw, 10-32 ¾ SS
Round head screw, ¼-20 7 8 SS
Stop stud on guide bar
Saw guide bar, 22” SS
Saw guard
Finger lift shim, .022
Finger lift shim, .035
Saw guide bar spring
Finger lift bracket
Fastener knob, 4 point
Upper saw guide bracket
Upper saw guide with carbide
Upper saw guide, narrow, fish
Decal “DANGER EXPOSED BLADE”
Item No.
S235
S244
S295
S325
S608
131
131N
131SHORT
131SS/NYL
179
211Q
14640
24
23
Description
Taper pin, #4 ¾ SS
Wheel cleaner arm stud, SS
Wheel cleaner arm, SS
Wheel cleaner arm stud washer, SS
Saw back-up guide w/607 carbide
Blade cleaner, SS
Blade cleaner, nyleen
Blade cleaner, SHORT SS, 19 16 LG
Blade cleaner combo, short, SS, STD Nyleen
Wheel cleaner
Lock knob, 5 16-18, 4 point
Wheel cleaner, Rulon
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- OPERATOR’S NOTES -
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115 VOLT WITH 6 LEADS SCHEMATIC USING 1 PH AEG LS11K CONTRACTOR / B18K OVERLOAD
W.T. SWITCH FOR 115 VOLT, SINGLE PHASE, 60 CYCLE WEG MOTOR 1-1/2HP WITH
-6 MOTOR LEADS
1-1/2HP WEG MOTOR - M40-158ES1BF56W
208/230 VOLT WITH 6 LEADS SCHEMATIC USING 1 PH AEG LS05 CONTRACTOR / BO5 OVERLOAD
W.T. SWITCH FOR 208-230 VOLT, SINGLE PHASE, 60 CYCLE WEG MOTOR 1-1/2HP WITH
-6 MOTOR LEADS
1-1/2HP WEG MOTOR - M40-158ES1BF56W
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28
29
30
31
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CLEANING
SHARP MOVING BAND TYPE SAW BLADE
TO AVOID SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY
ALWAYS Turn Off, Unplug From Power Source and Perform Lockout/Tagout Procedure to This
Machine BEFORE Cleaning or Servicing.
ONLY Use Recommended Cleaning Equipment, Materials and Procedures.
NEVER Spray Water or Other Liquid Substances Directly at Motor, Power Switch or any Other
Electrical Components.
ALWAYS Thoroughly Clean Equipment at Least Daily.
CLEANING THE BIRO POWER CUTTER:
Disconnect electrical power to the machine before cleaning. Parts to be removed have been made accessible and can
be removed without tools. Notice in the drawing below that all parts are numbered. Each part should be removed for
cleaning in the numbered sequence shown. To ensure cleaner cuts, keep the parts on the cleaning system in good
condition. Parts on the cleaning system which should be checked weekly, and changed as required are as follows:
Wheel Cleaners (Part No. 179), Saw Cleaners (Part No. 131), Saw Guide in Stationary Bar (Part No. 119A), Upper Saw
Guide (Part No. 602B), Lower Blade Back-Up Guide (Part No. 605) and Nylon Filler (Part No. 177).
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WEARABLE SAW PARTS THAT WILL FIT BIRO POWER CUTTERS
MODELS
11-22-1433-33-34-3334-44-4436-55
— EXCEPT WHERE NOTED OTHERWISE —
CONTACT YOUR NEAREST BIRO AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR
OR CONTACT BIRO MANUFACTURING
Ph.: 419-798-4451 E-mail: service@birosaw.com
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MODEL 1433FH
PART NUMBERS AND DESCRIPTIONS
MODEL & SERIAL NO. REQUIRED WHEN ORDERING PARTS
Item No.
Description
AN15S
Acorn nut, 1 4-20, SS
AN20S
Acorn nut, 3 8-16, SS
CB98S
Carriage bolt, 3 8-16 2¾, SS
HHS048S
Hex head screw, 1 4-20 1¼, SS
HHS0481S
Hex head screw, 1 4-20 1½, SS
HHS049NL
Hex screw – nylon 5 16-18 ½ LG
HHS050S
Hex head screw, 5 16-18 5 8, SS
HHS060S
Hex head screw, 5 16-18 1, SS
HHS067S
Hex head screw, 3 8-16 ¾, SS
HN30S
Hex nut, 3 8-16, light jam, SS
LW15S
Lock washer, 5 16, SS
LW25S
Lock washer, heavy 3 8, SS
M66-35M388S508-B
Motor, 2HP, 230-50-1, open
M66-35M388X966-B
Motor, 2HP, 115/230-60-1 open
M68-67385-D
Motor, 2HP, 208/220/440-50/60-3,
TE 7 8
SSS11SB
Set screw, ¼-20 ¼, w/brass tip
SSS15
Set screw, 5 16-18 5 16, cup point
S12132
Cleaning unit rear
S12290
Front blade, wheel cleaner unit
S14005E
Fixed head, SS
S14006E
Head door for fixed head, SS
S14007
Channel bracket, SS
S14214
Side platter bracket, SS
S14217PD
Base door, left, bolt on, SS
S14217R
Base door, right, hinged, SS
S14239-4
Base, for fixed head, SS
14335XE
Upper hinge bracket, fixed head, SS
S155-11
Meat carriage stop thumb screw, SS
S155B-1
Meat carriage stop, welded
S155EZ-3
Hex stand off
S16120
Channel
S163F
Platter spacer weld button, SS
S200B1
S229
S235
S239-B40
S239-B41-4
S244
S253
S262
S265
S268
S295
S325
S360CB-1
S415D-2
S416
S71-3
S608
VTS7181
112-212
S116-22
119A
119FSC
12273LH
12273RH-3
131
14TP
Stop stud on saw guide bar
Wheel cleaner arm spring, SS
Taper pin, 4 3 4, SS
Base foot, welded, SS
Adjustable leg bolt, SS
Wheel cleaner arm stud
Upper wheel aligning screw, SS
Meat gauge release handle, SS
Meat gauge release spring, SS
Stationary bar headless screw, SS
Wheel cleaner arm, stainless
Wheel cleaner arm washer, SS
Carriage bolt 3 8-16 11 4 SS
Stationary bar, SS
Platter locator weld pin, SS
Upper wheel hinge bracket, fixed
head
Lower blade back-up guide
w/carbide
BIRO logo oval decal
Waved washer
Saw guide bar, 22”
Saw guide in stationary bar
Saw guide in stationary bar, fish
Meat gauge bracket, left
Meat gauge bracket, right
Saw cleaner, SS
Head door hinge pin, long, 11 2”
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Item No.
14TP-1
14R
14TH
14003U-6
14003UDF-6
14212W
14232
14255
Description
Head door hinge pin, short, 11 4”
Hinge receiver
Hinge pin holder
Upper wheel, 14", 6 spoke
Upper wheel 14", double flange
Platter rod, SS
Scrap bucket
Saw guard on saw guide bar w/708
decal
S14272
Meat gauge gear rack, SS
14275
Meat gauge arm
14275-5
Meat gauge plate w/weld studs
14301
Model & S/N plate
14302HT
Saw blade, 108"
14313FH-304
Operating and parts manual
14544
Grease seal, 1.5 O.D.
14545
Retaining ring, internal, 27 16 ID
14548
Grease seal, 7 8 ID
14549
Lower bearing housing cap
14554
Compression spring
14560
Lower wheel, removable, 14" 6
spoke
14560DF
Lower wheel 14", double flange
14746
T-handle lock, lower wheel
14779-1
Blade tension cap gauge
14780
Blade tension adjustment housing
14781
Blade tension adjustment handle
14782
Blade tension screw, SS
14783
O-ring
14785
Plastic washer
14786
O-ring for gauge
14787
Tension screw top collar
151
Conduit, watertight, per inch
16112
Head door latch
16155EZ
Meat carriage, EZ flow
16159
Meat carriage bearing
16163B
Platter neck guard, SS
16200
Carriage stop movable
16220-1
Carriage stop fixed
16251-90X78AL Upper v-belt pulley 9 7 8
163A
Platter hold down clip
16517
Inner race spacer
16543
Lower shaft
16547
Lower bearing housing
17211-22
Finger lift shim .022
17211-35
Finger lift shim .035
175-1-S
Thumb screw 1 4-20 1 2
175-2-S
Thumb guard nut, SS
175S
Thumb guard, nylon
177
Nylon filler in stationary bar
179
Wheel cleaner
18120EZ-B3
Guide bar, EZ flow, T-shaped
194
Saw guide bar lock pad, brass
194KS-1
Saw guide bar lock knob
196-2
Blade tension spring, fixed head
211
Finger lift bracket
211A-291Q
Fastener knob, 4 point, 3 8-16
211D
Finger lift fastener bolt
211Q
Fastener knob, 4 point, 5 16-18
212CP
Platter rod cotter pin
221-52
V-belt, 52”
221-53
V-belt, 53”
224-1
Conduit connector, WT, 180 deg.
225-1
Conduit connector, WT, 90 deg.
MODEL 1433FH PART NUMBERS AND DESCRIPTIONS (Cont.)
MODEL & SERIAL NO. REQUIRED WHEN ORDERING PARTS
tem No.
225-2
226-28
230DL
234
237
238
242R
247
248
249
252X
256P
264-1
264G
267
270
271AL
272-8
272-10
272-11
280
310
311
Description
Conduit connector, WT, 45 deg.
Conduit connector washer
Upper shaft seal, double lip
Grease fitting
Up shaft castellated lock nut
Up shaft castellated lock nut washer
Base door lock, right
Upper shaft
Upper wheel hub cap
Base door handle
Upper shaft lock nut
Safety pusher plate
Meat gauge release hand wheel
Hand wheel groove pin
Meat gauge release cotter key
Meat gauge release pin
Meat gauge worm gear
Cap nut, 5 16-18, SS
Meat gauge lock knob, 4 point
Lock knob socket screw
Key
Waved washer
Rubber bumper for fixed stop
Item No.
311-1
324
324A
331
360A1
374
375
376
4-30AL
4-35AL
4-45AL
4-49AL
513
55178
601
602B
602AFSC
653PC-E
653PC-FR
653PC-SP
658
708
Description
Rubber bumper for movable stop
Motor shim 116" thick
Motor shim 1 8" thick
Platter bracket rubber bumper
Angled grease fitting
Shell Cassida grease EPS-2
Nameplate drive screw
Drive screw, #10 1 2, SS
Motor pulley, 5 3 4, 60 HZ, ali.
Motor pulley 5 7 8, 60 HZ, ali.
Motor pulley, 6 3 4, 50 HZ, ali.
Motor pulley 5 7 8, 50 HZ, ali.
Upper wheel hub cap gasket
Plunger pin
Upper guide bracket
Saw guide, upper
Saw guide, upper, fish
Warning label, English
Warning label, French
Warning label, Spanish
Label, Made in USA
Decal, “Danger Exposed Blade”
COMPLETE ASSEMBLIES FOR MODEL 1433FH
Item No.
AS12132
AS12290
AS14005E
AS14006E
AS14217R
AS16120EZ
AS415D-2
AS116-2214
A14003U-6
Description
Rear cleaning unit assembly
Front cleaning unit assembly
Head assembly
Head door assembly
Base door assembly, right
Channel assembly, EZ flow
Stationary bar assembly
Saw guide bar assembly
Upper wheel assembly w/o hinge
plate
A14003U335-6E Upper wheel assembly w/hinge plate
A14163
Stationary platter assembly
A14211
Finger lift assembly
AS14273-275
Meat gauge assembly
Item No.
A14275
A14787
A16112
A16155EZ
A16200
A16220-1
A16547
A227
A247
A249R
A262
A295
A363
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Description
Meat gauge plate assembly
Blade tension spring-screw
assembly
Head door latch assembly
Meat carriage assembly, EZ flow
Carriage stop assembly, movable
Carriage stop assembly, fixed
Lower bearing housing assembly
Upper bearing cup/cone assembly
Upper shaft and bearing assembly
Base door lock assembly, right
Meat gauge release assembly
Wheel cleaner assembly
Lower bearing cup/cone assembly
OPERATOR’S SIGNATURE PAGE
WARNING
READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS ENTIRE
MANUAL BEFORE SIGNING BELOW
MY SIGNATURE ATTESTS THAT I HAVE COMPLETELY READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS MANUAL.
I REALIZE THAT THIS MACHINE, IF OPERATED CARELESSLY, CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY TO
MYSELF AND OTHERS.
NAME (PRINT)
SIGNATURE
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SUPERVISOR'S
INITIALS
DATE
LIMITED WARRANTY
WARRANTY: The BIRO Manufacturing Company warrants that Model 1433FH will be free from
defects in material and workmanship under normal use and with recommended service. BIRO will
replace defective parts, which are covered by this limited warranty, provided that the defective
parts are authorized for return, shipping charges prepaid, to a designated factory for inspection
and/or testing.
DURATION OF WARRANTY: The warranty period for all parts covered by this limited warranty is
one (1) year from date of Inspection/Demonstration advised on the returned Warranty Registration
card, or eighteen (18) months from original factory ship date, whichever occurs first, except as
noted below.
PARTS NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY: The following are not covered by this limited warranty:
wearable parts on the cleaning system such as wheel cleaners (Item No. 179), saw blade cleaners
(Item No. 131), blade backup guides (Item No’s. 602B, 605 and 119A), and the nylon filler (Item
No. 177). This limited warranty does not apply to machines sold as used, rebuilt, modified,or altered from the original construction in which the machine was shipped from the factory. (WATER
CONTAMINATED ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS ARE NOT COVERED UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY.) BIRO is not responsible for electrical connection of equipment, adjustments to switch
controls or any other electrical requirements, which must be performed only by a certified electrician. BIRO is not responsible for service charges or labor required to replace any part covered by
this limited warranty or for any damages resulting from misuse, abuse, lack of proper or recommended service.
EXCLUSION OF WARRANTIES AND LIMITATION OF REMEDIES: BIRO gives no warranties
other than those expressly stated in this limited warranty. THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR PROCESSING FOOD PRODUCTS, AND ALL OTHER IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED. BIRO IS NOT
LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, EXPENSES, OR LOSSES. THE
REMEDIES PROVIDED IN THIS BIRO LIMITED WARRANTY ARE PURCHASER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES AGAINST BIRO.
REGISTRATION CARDS: You must sign, date and complete the warranty registration card supplied with each machine. The warranty card must be returned to The Biro Manufacturing Company for proper registration. If no warranty card is returned to BIRO, the warranty period will begin
from the date the machine was originally shipped from the factory.
HOW TO GET SERVICE:
1. Contact the entity from whom you purchased the machine; or
2. Consult the yellow pages of the phone directory for the nearest authorized dealer; or
3. Contact BIRO Mfg. Company for the nearest authorized service entity (250 plus worldwide) in
your area.
THE BIRO MANUFACTURING COMPANY
1114 Main Street
Marblehead, Ohio 43440-2099
Ph. 419-798-4451
Fax 419-798-9106
E-mail: Service@biro saw.com
Web: http://www.birosaw.com
ITEM No.: 14313FH-304
ITEM
No.:
ITEM1433FH
No.: 14313FH-304
14313FH-304
MD
7-14-11 PPD
PTCT:
11-09-8 PPD
PTCT:MD
MD1433FH
1433FH-5-06-5
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