Mod: SAX-240/7 - Diamond Europe

04/2013
Mod: SAX-240/7
Production code: 24230903F
OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
6.
INDEX
Delivery and guarantee
1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 -
2.
Foreword
Keeping and using the manual
Guarantee
Machine description
Use
Use not permitted
Identification
Safety devices
Warning and danger signs
Working position
Working condition
Lighting
Vibration
Technical Specifications
2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 -
3.
3.2.13.3 3.3.1 3.3.2 3.4 3.4.1 3.4.2 -
4.1 -
5.
Maintenance
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Troubles and remedies
8.1 -
9.
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Problems, causes and solution
Spare parts
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List of comands and indicators
Starting and stopping
5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 -
Foreword
Preliminary settings
Using the saw
Use of the sliding table for cutting meat (optional)
Important warnings
Foreword
Checks carried out at our factory
Checks to be carried out at installation
Periodical checks
How to perform the required checks
7.6.1 - Blade tensioning settings
7.6.2 - Replacing the blade
7.6.3 - Types of blades
7.6.4 Handling the blade
7.7 Cleaning
7.7.1 General guidelines
7.7.2 When cleaning the machine
7.8 - Cleaning blade-guide basses
7.9 - WEEE Waste of Electric and Electronic Equipment
7.10 Spare sparts
8.
Testing
Machine delivery and handling
List of provided equipment
Installation
Disposal of the packing
Handling the machine
Connection to the electrical system
400 volt 50/60 Hz three-phase machine
and 230 volt 50/60 Hz three-phase machine
230 volt 50/60 Hz single-phase machine
Commands and indicators
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7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 -
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Testing, transport, delivery and installation
Using the saw
6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 -
7.
Main parts
Technical specifications
Maximum dimensions of the product to be cut
Machine dimensions and weight
Noise level
Wiring diagrams
2.6.1 - Three-phases wiring diagram at 400 V
2.6.2 - Single-phases wiring diagram at 230 V
2.6.3 - Three-phases wiring diagram at 230 V
3.1 3.2 -
4.
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Checking the correct electrical connection
Checking presence and efficiency of the guards and safety devices
Starting the saw
Stopping
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1.
Declaration of Conformity
1 Delivery and guarantee
1.1
Foreword
ATTENTION!
This symbol draws the reader’s attention to points and operations that can
endanger the personal safety of operators or risk damaging the machine.
Do not use the machine unless you are certain that you have correctly understood
these warnings.
For greater clarity, certain illustrations in this manual show the machine or parts of
it with panels or casing removed.
Do not use the machine in these conditions; all protections must be correctly fitted
and in perfect working order.
This manual may not be reproduced, even partially, and its contents cannot be
used for purposes other than those permitted by the manufacturer.
All breaches of the above are legally punishable.
Keeping and using the manual
The aim of this manual is to instruct the user, via text and figures, with regard to
transport, handling, use and maintenance of the machine; the manual must
therefore be carefully read before using the machine. keep it safety near the
machine in an easily and quickly accessible place for future reference.
If the manual is mislaid or damaged, ask your dealer or manufacturer for a copy.
If the machine is sold, inform the manufacturer of the name and address of the
new owner.
The manual reflects the state of technology at the time the machine is sold and
cannot be considered inadequate if it is subsequently updated on the basis of new
knowledge.
In this regard the manufacturer reserves the right to update its products and
related manuals without being obliged to update previous products and manuals
barring exceptional cases.
If in doubt, consult the nearest servicing centre or the manufacturer.
The manufacturer’s aim is continuous product optimisation and it is therefore
pleased to receive any comments or proposals for improvement of the machine
and/or manual.
The machine is delivered to the user under the guarantee conditions in force at the
time of purchase.
Contact your supplier for any clarifications required.
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1.2
1.5
Guarantee
The user is not authorized to tamper with the machine for any reason.
If a fault occurs, contact the manufacturer.
Any attempts at dismantling or in general tampering with any component of the
machine by the user or non-authorized personnel will render the guarantee null
and void and exempt the manufacturer form all responsibility for any damage
either to people or things deriving from the above.
The manufacturer is also exempt from all responsibility in the following cases:
• incorrect installation;
• improper use of the machine by inadequately rained personnel;
• failure to comply with the regulations in force in the country in which the machine
is used;
• lack of or insufficient maintenance;
• use of non-original spare parts and spare parts not specifically designed for the
model;
• total or partial failure to follow the instructions.
1.4
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The saw has been designed and produced to cut bones, meat and fish.
It must only be used on a work table or on the stand supplied by manufacturer.
As it is designed for food, the material used for the blade and all other components
that can come into contact with the product being cut have been carefully selected.
The machine is designed for professional use and should therefore be used by a
skilled operator who must carefully read this manual before using the machine.
This machine has been manufactured in compliance with the EEC directive
2006/42.
The saw is also suitable for cutting frozen fish and does not require any particular
environmental conditions. You are nevertheless advised to keep it in a closed
environment, protected from bad weather and sudden changes in temperature.
1.6
Uses not permitted
The saw must be used for the purposes expressly intended by the
manufacturer only. In particular:
Machine description
The saw you have purchased is a safe reliable machine and easy to use.
Pulleys are made of aluminium.
Machine body and accessories are made of stainless steel AISI 304.
It is provided with mechanical guards (casings, doors, etc...) and electrical safety
devices (micro switch, emergency stop button etc.) in order to reduce operator
risks to a minimum.
The pulley angle can be adjusted both horizontally and vertically in order to ensure
maximum blade contact.
The motor is self-cooling, water-protected, self-braking and operates intermittently.
The push-button panel is located in an easily accessible position with the controls
powered at 24 volts.
The machine has been designed to facilitate cleaning operations, in particular due
to the following technical features:
• easy removal of the blade and upper pulley without using tools;
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Use
once the pulley has been removed, the machine has a smooth surface thus
facilitating cleaning operations and allowing the dirt on the blade to deposit
directly in the tray;
all the electrical parts are protected to IP 56 (minimum).
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- Do not use the machine unless it has been correctly installed with all the guards
in perfect condition and correctly fitted to avoid the risk of severe injury.
- Do not use the machine if the blade is not in perfect condition and correctly
sharpened as the blade can break.
- Do not stand on machine, even if not working. Apart from the danger of falling,
the machine may also be damaged
- Do not access the electrical components without previously disconnecting the
machine: risk of electrocution.
- Do not use the machine for cutting items other than meat, bones, fish and
similar.
- Do not stop the blade with your hands; wait until it stops to avoid the risk of
serious injury.
- Do not wear rings, watches, jewellery, loose or hanging garments such as
scarves, ties, torn clothes, unbuttoned jackets or smocks with open zip which can
get tangled in the moving parts. Use approved safety clothing: non-slip shoes,
safety goggles, work gloves, ear defenders and safety mask. Consult your
employer re. current safety regulations and safety devices required.
- Do not start the machine if it is not working correctly. Before using the machine,
ensure that any dangerous condition has been appropriately eliminated. If a fault
occurs, stop the machine and notify the maintenance personnel.
- Do not allow non - authorised personnel to carry out work on the machine. In the
event of an electrical accident, firstly remove the victim from the conductor (as he
will usually be unconscious). This operation is dangerous as the victim is a
conductor in this case and touching him can cause electrocution. You should
therefore disconnect the contact directly from the line power supply valve or, if
this is not possible, distance the victim using insulating material (wooden or PVC
sticks, fabric, leather etc.). A doctor should be promptly called and the patient
taken to hospital.
- Do not make any intervention without authorisation.
- Follow the procedures given for maintenance and technical assistance
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1.3
1.7
Identification
Fig.1.8.1
specification of the “Model”, “Serial number” and “Year of manufacture” will enable
our servicing department to provide a rapid efficient response. Whenever you
contact the servicing department or request spare parts, always quote the above
information. As a memorandum, you are advised to fill in the box shown in fig.
1.7.1 with specifications of your machine.
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1
Bone saw model......................................................
Serial number..........................................................
Year of manufacture................................................
Type ......................................................................
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A
B
C
D
F
E
G
H
Warning and danger signs
Do not hold your hands near the blade in particular when moving.
Risk of serious injury. Do not carry out work on electrical components with the
machine connected. Risk of electrocution. Observe the precautions given in the
signs. Failure to observe them can cause serious injury and even death.
Ensure that the signs are always fitted and readable. If not, fit or replace them.
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Fig. 1.7.1
A = machine model
B = motor frequency volt
C = motor power Watt
D = motor frequency Hz
E = machine weight kg
F = Ampere
G = month and year of production
H = serial number
I = manufacturer
I
!! ATTENTION !! Do not, for any reason, alter the data given on the rating plate.
1.8 Safety devices
Before using the machine, ensure that the safety devices are correctly positioned
and in perfect condition.
At the beginning of each working shift, check that they are fitted and working
efficiently; if not, notify the head of maintenance.
1 Blade working area mobile guard.
If nothing is being cut, it prevents contact with the cutting blade. (Fig. 1.8.1)
2 Casing closed control micro switch.
If the casing opens, the micro switch cuts off the electrical power supply to the
machine, stopping it. When the casing is closed, the machine will not restart
unless the start button has been pressed. Also in the event of accidental
stoppage of the machine, for example due to a power failure, the machine will
not restart when is restored unless the star button is pressed. (Fig. 1.8.1).
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D
G
E
C
Fig.1.9.1
B
A
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A
B
2 Technical specification
2.1
D
C
F
E
G
Fig.1.9.2
1.10 Working position
Main parts
To facilitate understanding of the manual, the main machine components are listed
below and shown in fig. 2.1.1
1 - Pulleys protection casing.
2 - Control panel.
3 - Portioning device.
4 - Pusher.
5 - Work top.
6 - Electrical motor.
7 - Upper driven pulley.
8 - Band cutting blade.
9 - Dirt and rest collection tray.
10 - Lower drive pulley.
11 - Electrical system.
12 - Body machine.
13 - Lever for the assembly blade.
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The correct operator working position is shown in fig. Fig. 1.10.1.
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1
12
2
13
3
Fig.1.10.1
5
8
1.11
Working condition
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The machine is created to work with the following conditions:
- minimum room temperature: -5 °C;
- maximum room temperature: +40 °C;
- relative humidity: 50% a 40 °C.
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1.12 Lighting
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Suitable lighting must be provided around the machine to ensure correct operator
visibility. Lighting must be disposed in accordance with the low in force in the
destination county and should not create reflections. Lighting must allow a good
reading of control pannel and safety button.
1.13
Vibration
The vibrations that machine transmit to band are not significant.
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Fig.2.1.1
2.2
Technical specifications
Power
Speed
Pulleys
diameter
Blade
length
Working
surface
kW
R.p.m./min
mm
mm
mm
0,70 - 1,3
700 - 1400
300
2400
510 x 710
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Maximum dimensions of the product to be cut (Fig. 2.3.1)
365
2.3
2.6
2.6.1
Wiring diagrams
Three-phases wiring diagram at 400V (Fig. 2.6.1)
Height max
Fig.2.3.1
250
2.4
Width max
Machine dimensions and weight
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Fig.2.4.1
SO 2400 IX
2.5
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
L
Net weight
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kg
450
5
710
7
830
1180
1630
3
365
65
2
Fig.2.6.1
125
Key
A = self-braking motor card
B = star-stop button
C = safety microswitch
M = motor
L1, L2, L3 = three-phase line
I = Speed selector
Noise level
Recordings of the noise emitted by the machine indicate that the equivalent noise
level is 74,3 dB(A). On request, the manufacturer can supply a copy of the noise
test.
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Single-phase wiring diagram at 230V (Fig. 2.6.2)
2.6.3
Three-phases wiring diagram at 230 V(fig. 2.6.3)
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2.6.2
Fig. 2.6.3
Fig.2.6.2
Key
Key
A = self-braking motor card
B = star-stop button
C = safety microswitch
M = motor
L1, L2, L3 = three-phase line
I = Speed selector
A = self-braking motor card
B = star-stop button
C = safety microswitch
M = motor
L, N = single-phase line
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3 Testing, transport, delivery and installation
3.3
3.1
ATTENTION!
The installation area must be level and firm. The supporting
surface must provide a completely safe base. Plenty of
space must be left around the machine - see Fig. 2.4.1.
This permit greater manoeuvrability in the work phases and
Fig.3.3.1
provides access for subsequent maintenance operation.
Suitable lighting must be provided around the machine to ensure correct operator
visibility.
Move the packing with a forklift truck or similar as the
machine is packed on a pallet and protected in a cardboard (Fig. 3.3.1).
- Remove the two bands that fix cardboard to pallet.
Your machine has been tested at our factory to ensure correct operation and regulation. During testing, cutting tests are performed on material identical to the material cut by the user.
3.2
Delivery and handling
Fig.3.2.1
When packed, the machine weights 125 kg.
NOTE
Measures are expressed in millimetres.
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All the equipment delivered di thoroughly
checked before delivery to the forwarding
1050
agent. Unless agreements have been
950
reached otherwise with the customer or transport conditions are particularly critical, the
machine will be wrapped in nylon and cardboard on pallet. The dimensions of the packing are shown in Fig. 3.2.1. Upon receipt of the machine, check that the packing is intact. If it has been damaged, sign
the carrier’s delivery note but add: “I accept, with reservation..........” and the reason. If, once the package has been opened, some of the machine components are
found to be damaged, report the fact to the forwarding agent within three days
from the date specified in the documents.
3.2.1
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List of provided equipment
The following equipment is included in the machine packing:
N° 1 use and maintenance manual
Unscrew the saw form pallet.
Remove cellophane machine wrapping and all other packing inside.
Use a fork-lift or similar machine suitable for moving the
bone saw, as it weighs 100 kg.
Never move it manually.
3.3.1
Fig.3.2.2
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Testing
Installation
Disposal of the packing
The packing components - cardboard, nylon, wood - can be considered solid urban
refuse and can therefore be disposed of normally. If the machine is delivered to
countries with special regulations, the packing must be disposed of in accordance
with the laws in force.
3.3.2
Handling the machine
Lift the machine with a forklift truck of suitable capacity. Check the stability and
positioning of the load on the forks, in particular on rough, slippery or sloping surfaces. When the machine is being moved, keep the load as low as possible in order to ensure greater stability and visibility. Widen the forks to obtain maximum
stability.
3.4
Connection to the electrical system
- Connect a 16 Amp plug, provided by manufacturer, to the electrical supply cable.
Check that the electrical power supply line corresponds to the value on the machine identification plate. All work must be carried out by specialist personnel only,
specifically authorised by the person in charge. Connect up to a mains with efficient earth socket.
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3.4.1
400 volt 50/60 Hz three-phase machine and 230 volt 50/60 Hz
three-phase machine
In these versions, the saw is provided with a
power supply cable with section of 4x1 and
length of approximately 1.5 metres. Connect the
cable to the three-phase power mains, fitting a
16 A magneto thermal differential switch in between.
5 Starting and stopping
5.1
Checking the correct electrical connection
Fig.5.1.1 Set the differential switch fitted upstream to position
2
3.4.2
230 volt 50/60 Hz single-phase machine
1
In this version, the saw is provided with a power supply cable with
section of 3x1.5 and length of approximately 1.5 metres. Connect
the cable to the 220V-50/60 Hz single-phase power mains, fitting a 16 Ampere
magneto thermal differential switch in between.
For versions with voltages different from the
above, consult the manufacturer. If you need to
lengthen the power supply cable, use a cable
with the same section as the one fitted.
To check the correct electrical connection see 5.1.
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4
“I”.
The illuminated indicator “2” indicating that the machine is powered must be illuminated.
Press the start button “1” and, immediately afterwards, the stop button “3”, checking the blade rotation
direction. The blade must rotate in the direction indicated by the arrow “4” fig. 5.1.1, i.e. towards the work
top. If the rotation direction is incorrect, disconnect
the differential switch, setting it to “0”. In this way the
electrical power supply is disconnected. Invert one
current wire in the plug and repeat the procedure for
checking the correct electrical connection (see 5.1)
4 Control panel and indicators
4.1
Fig.4.1.1
Comands and indicators list
2
1
Start button
- Push to start the cutting blade.
5.2 Checking the presence and efficiency of the guards and safety
devices
2
1
1
2
Light indicator connection to the mains
- Indicates connection with network.
Is always lighted when the machine is connected to
mains
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3
Stop button
- Push to stop motor
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Fig.5.2.1
3
1
3
A - Checking the efficiency of the micro switch “4” (Fig. 5.2.1)
With the machine connected to the mains and blade working, open the snap lock
“2” thus releasing the casing “1”. Slightly open the casing until the micro switch “4”
cuts in. This operation should stop the machine to prevent object or hands coming
into contact with pulleys and moving blades. Reclose the casing “1” and lock it with
the snap locks “2”. The machine should not restart when the casing is closed - the
start button must be pressed to enable restarting. In the case of faulty operation,
switch the machine off and call the servicing department
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Note: In the machines connected to a single-phase line and designed for singlephase power supply, the correct rotation direction is defined directly by the manufacturer.
6.3 - Using the saw (Fig. 6.3.1)
Fig.5.3.1
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5.3 Starting the saw (Fig. 5.3.1)
Move the machine power supply differential switch from
position “0” to position “I”. The illuminated indicator “2”,
indicating that the machine is powered, must be illuminated. Press the start push-button “1”, thus activating
rotation of the blade.
5.4
2
Fig.6.3.1 the area and grip lever “2” of the pusher.
3
To stop quickly, for example in emergencies, press the emergency stop button “1”.
The illuminated indicator “2” remains on and indicates that the electrical panel is
still powered. Set the differential switch fitted upstream to “0”, thus disconnecting
the machine.
Note: Whenever a work shift is finished and the machine is left to rest, the differential switch must be set to “0”.
Note: The saw is designed to work intermittently, i.e. after a period of work there
will be a pause. The work and pause times are given in the identification plate
shown on page 6, letter “1”.
IT IS STRCITLY FORBIDDEN FOR SAFETY REASONS TO CUT FOOD
PRODUCTS SMALLER THAN 50 mm
Never cut food products without utilising the pusher “2”
ATTENTION! Always use the pusher when working with the machine to avoid the
risk of accidents.
6.4
6 Using the saw
6.1 Important warnings
ATTENTION!
Only authorized personnel may use the machine. Before beginning work, the operator must ensure that all the guards are in place and that the safety devices are
fitted and in efficient working order. If not, switch the machine off and contact the
head of maintenance. Perform several empty cutting operations with the assistance of specialist personnel in order to acquire the sensitivity necessary for working in complete safety.
6.2
- Move the piece up to the blade, remove your hands from
1
Stopping the saw (Fig. 5.3.1)
Having performed the settings described in par. 6.2, the
machine is ready for use.
2
- Rest the piece to be cut “3” on the work top against the
portioning device “1”.
3
- Start the machine.
Use of the sliding table for cutting meat (optional)
On request the manufacturer can also supply an extra part called “Sliding table” (2)
on the working table (3), ideal for cutting meat.
By putting the piece of meat on the sliding table and pushing it toward the blade by
the handle (= maniglia) / by the board (= sponda) (1): the adherence of the meat
to the working table will reduce very significantly.
This helps the meat cutting operations and ensures the safety of the operator.
In case you don’t need to use it, you have only to tip-up it under the working table
Preliminary settings (Fig. 6.2.1)
The portioning device “1” must be regulated
according to the size of the piece to be cut.
-To regulated the portioning device “1” loosen the
knob “2” and set the portioning device to the
required distance from the cutting width.
Tighten the knob “2”.
Fig.6.4.1
2
1
Fig. 6.2.1
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B - Blade mobile guard in the work area (pusher) “3” (Fig. 5.2.1)
Check that the pusher “3”, which prevents operator contact with the
blade, is fitted, in perfect condition and correctly positioned.
With the machine operating:
- Check on the efficiency of the guards and safety devices; opening door or rest
tray of 5 mm at least the machine have to stop.
- Check on correct alignment of the blade drive pulleys.
7.1
Important warnings
All maintenance and cleaning operations on the saw must be carried ut with the
machine at a standstill and disconnected from the mains. The area where the
maintenance operations are carried out must always be kept clean and dry..
Do not allow non-authorised personnel to work on the machine. Do not touch the
openings without adequate protections (gloves, goggles, etc...). Do not use petrol,
solvents or other inflammable liquid as detergents; use the authorised non-toxic
and non-flammable solvents on sale. Do not use compressed air to clean the machine. If really necessary, use goggles with side protections and limit the pressure
to a maximum of 2 atm. (1,9 bar). Do not use naked flames as a means of lighting
when carrying out checking and maintenance operations. Do not lubricated the
machine when operating.
7.2
Foreword
Good maintenance and correct use are fundamental to ensure good saw performance and safety. To guarantee regular and constant operation of the machine and
to avoid lapse of the guarantee, only original spare parts must be used when replacing components.
7.3
Checks carried out at our factory
Your machine has undergone extensive testing by the manufacturer in order to
ensure correct start-up and settings. In particular, the manufacturer has carried out
the following checks:
Before starting up:
- Check on the machine operating voltage: it must correspond to the purchaser
requirements.
- Check to ensure that all the warning and danger signs and rating plate with technical specifications and serial number are fitted.
- Check on tightening of all the bolts.
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- general operating check.
- Repeated cutting tests to check correct machine set-up according to the type of
work required.
- Check that the blade stop within 4 sec, if not contact the maintenance.
7.4
Check to be carried out at installation
To ensure that the machine has not been damaged during transport or installation,
the following checks should be carefully performed:
Before start-up:
-Check that the power supply voltage corresponds to the value given on the machine rating plate.
-Check that the warning and danger signs are fitted and in perfect condition.
-Check correct tensioning of the blade.
Check with the machine operating:
- Check the efficiency of the guards and safety devices. Transport could have
damaged or altered the setting.
- Check that the cutting blade is correctly aligned.
- Perform some cutting tests with pieces the same size as those to be cut by the
user.
7.5
Periodical checks
To ensure long-lasting reliability of your machine, in addition to the above, constant
checks and controls must be performed as follows.
Before beginning each shift:
- check operation of the safety devices.
- Check
Check on tensioning of the cutting blade.
the condition of the blade. If not sharpened or not in perfect condition,
replace.
- Check that blade stop within 4 seconds
Check to ensure that the machine complies with the current regulations and the
previous of this manual.
- Check tensioning of the blade.
- Check alignment of the blade respect to the pulleys.
ATTENTION!
If the blade don’t stop
maintanance
within 4 sec. or for any other failures, contact the
After each shift:
Thoroughly clean, eliminating all remains.
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Slide out, clean and refit the blade guide.
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7 Maintenance
7.6
How to perform the required checks
7.6.1
Blade tensioning setting (Fig. 7.6.1)
- Connect the electric plug to its outlet.
- Put the differential switch in “1” position.
- Start and stop the machine to verify that the blade re-
Blade
Fig.7.6.3
mains in the right position as regards the pulley.
Pulley
Fig. 7.6.1
Blade tensioning could be settled mechanically moving knob “1”. Rotate the knob
in position “A” (Fig. 7.6.1) blade is tensioning. To unblock the blade rotate the knob
in the position “B”.
7.6.3 Types of blades
There are several blades on the market of different tooth pitches, blade
thickness, height and steel quality.
We recommend for our bone saw tempered steel blades with a 20 cm
height and 7 mm tooth pitch.
For different kinds of food products such as chicken or frozen meats, specific blades with different tooth pitches exist on the market offering perfect
cutting without waste or altering the product.
ATTENTION! This operation is very delicated and dangerous, it must be done
exclusively by qualified staff, expressly authorized.
Replacing the blade (Fig. 7.6.2)
1
Fig. 7.6.2
3
- Set the differential switch fitted upstream to “0”
and disconnect the mains plug.
- Open the casing “1” rotating knobs "3".
- Release knob “2” as indicated in fig. 7.6.2 arrow “B”.
- Take the blade away from the pulleys.
- Before assembling the new blade, clean carefully the pulleys and the blade-guide.
Every time the blade is replaced, we suggest to remove the higher pulley and to
clean carefully the machine. When the pulley is removed, check the conditions of
the tight-bearings. If they are noising, replace them.
- Assemble the new blade.
- Stretch the blade rotating the knob in position “A” (Fig. 7.6.2).
- Check the positioning of the blade on the pulleys:
the blade must lean on the pulleys, except for the sharp part that must jut out of
the pulley. See picture 7.6.3.
- Rotate by hands the pulleys and check the right positioning of the blade.
- Close casing “1” and lock it by knobs “3”.
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mm
2400
Blade width
mm
20
Material
AISI 420
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7.6.2
Blade length
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7.6.4 - Handling the blade
HOW TO HANDLE A BLADE WITHOUT CUTTING YOURSELF
Proceed following each step in order.
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3
4
5
6
With the other hand
remove the second tie
fixture…
Remove the pack of
blades from the box
and position on top of a
work surface. Make
sure the teeth are facing downwards.
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With both hands grip
the blades and carefully open the pack on
top of the work surface.
Grip the blades with
one hand, always
wearing suitable and
adequate gloves as
illustrated in the
photo…..
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Wear a pair of gloves
adequate and suitable
for handling sharp objects
With one hand grip the
blades ….
8
.. With the other hand,
always wearing suitable and adequate
gloves, loosen and
remove the tie fixture.
9
Using both hands grip
the blades and open
the pack until the
blades are stretched
out.
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Now the blades are
completely open grip
one of the blades from
the centre bend and
slide it along the table
as illustrated in the
photo, now grip both
ends and move it towards the centre. At
this point lift the blade.
The other spare blades
must be tied and protected. To do this invert
the procedure from point
8. It is recommended not
to remove safety gloves
before having completed
all blade handling operations.
Once you have lifted
the blade off the table
using both hands
stretch open. The
blade is now ready to
be mounted on the
machine. .
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The machine must be cleaned at least once a day and if necessary more frequently.
Always accurately and thoroughly clean all the parts of the bone saw which come
into direct or indirect contact with the food product.
 Never clean the machine with powered water cleaners or water jets, only use
neutral detergents (pH 7). It is strictly forbidden to use any other types of
detergent. Do not use cleaning utensils, brushes or any other the tool which
could damage the surface of the machine
Before cleaning the machine unplug the plug from the power socket isolating the
machine from the power supply;
CAUTION: When cleaning pay attention to cutting hazards created by
sharp and pointed surfaces or parts.
- Slacken screw “3” by turning it
anticlockwise, remove the washer which
secures the pulley in position “4”, using
both hands grip the pulley and pull
towards yourself as illustrated in
fig. 7.7.4 and clean with a sponge
soaked in a neutral pH 7 detergent.
- Slacken screw fixture 5 by turning it
anticlockwise, with both hands grip
pulley “6” and pull it towards yourself
as illustrated in fig. 7.7.4 and clean with
a sponge soaked with a pH 7 neutral
detergent.
7.7.2 - When cleaning the machine
- Always wear suitable safety gloves for
handling sharp objects
- Allentare il tensionamento della lama
abbassando la leva “1”. Slacken tension in the blade
by turning knob “1” anticlockwise completely and
remove knob.
Fig. 7.7.1
9
4
3
5
6
Fig. 7.7.4
- Remove all scrapers “9” and wash utilising a pH 7
neutral detergent.
- Having removed all the removal parts it is possible
to clean the smooth surface of the machine utilising
a pH 7 neutral detergent
Fig. 7.7.5
- Rinse all components to eliminate any residual detergent and replace all
parts removed.
To replace proceed by inverting this procedure.
2
- Grip blade “2” and remove from pulley as
illustrated in fig. 7.7.2 and 7.7.3
Fig. 7.7.2
Fig. 7.7.3
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7.7 - Cleaning
7.7.1 - General guidelines
Cleaning of blade-guide bosses (Fig. 7.6.6)
8 Troubles and remedies
Once finished every work-shift, clean carefully plug “1” .
- Stop the machine, put the differential switch in “0” position
and take the electric feeding plug away.
- Open casing and clean carefully the blade cleaning “1”
removing every working-residue.
- Close the casing and block it with knob “2”.
8.1
Fig.7.6.3
7.9 - WEEE Waste of Electric and Electronic Equipment
Directive 2002/95/EC, 2002/96/EC and 2003/108/EC on the restriction of the use
of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment, and
waste electrical and electronic equipment
This symbol, crossed out wheelie bin, on the product or on its
packaging indicates that this product must not be disposed of with
your other household waste.
Separate waste collection of this appliance is organised and managed by the
manufacturer. It is the user’s responsibility to contact the manufacturer and follow the
waste treatment system the manufacturer has adopted for separate waste collection.
The separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment at the time of disposal
will help to conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that
protects human health and the environment.
7.10
Spare parts
In case of necessity of spare parts, contact the manufacturer that will provide to
send you the catalogue. Do not use original spare parts. Assemble must be carry
out from specialised personnel only.
Troubles, causes and remedies
Troubles
1- The machine don’t start
2- The cut isn’t linear
3- The blade falls from the pulleys of support.
4- The blade is superheated.
Causes
1- The differential switch is in “0” position.
1.1- The pulleys’ casing isn’t rightly closed.
1.2- The micro-switch on the pulleys’ casing doesn’t work.
1.3- Defective electric engine or defective electric card.
2- The blade isn’t sharp.
3- Not right alignment of the higher pulley
3.1- The blade isn’t rightly welded.
3.2- Not right temsioning of the blade.
4- Scraps of work blocked near tha mini-guides
4.1- Higher pulley’s bearing locked.
4.2- The blade isn’t sharp.
Rimedi
1- Put the switch in “1” position.
1.1- Close rightly the pulley’s casing.
1.2- Call the technical assistance.
1.3- Call the technical assistance.
2- Replace the blade (par. 7.6.2).
3- The operation must be done by specialized and authorized staff.
3.1- Replace the blade even if it’s new.
3.2- Call the teechnical assistance.
4- Remove every residue of work near the blade-guides (par. 7.6.4).
4.1- Replace the bearings.
4.2- Replace the blade. (par. 7.6.2).
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7.8.
9 Spare parts
Spare parts
RIF.
CODICE
03
LF2001004B
04
LF2005015
07
LF1033303
08
LF20070GR
12
LF2001023
12 A
LF2001023A
17
LF1510010
18
LF2007003
24
LF2007002
25
LF2001028
27
LF1537002
29
LF1410702
38
LF2001014
40
LF2007001
43
LF1510704
TAV. 1
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9.1
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RIF.
CODICE
RIF.
CODICE
100
LF2001005
126
LF1210801
105
LF2010081
127
LF2007005
106
LF2007014
129
LF2007016
107
LF2001011
83
LF2007007
111
LF2001030
84
LF2007008
112
LF2001031
85
LF2010085
113
LF2010735C
86
LF2007009
114
LF2007006
87
LF2007013
117
LF2007004
90
LF2001006
118
LF2007010
91
LF2010078
119
LF2007038
94
LF2001012
120
LF2010517
98
LF2001007
122
LF2007041
99
LF2001009
125
LF1132001
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TAV. 2
English
TAV. 3
RIF.
CODICE
109
LF2010734
130
LF1007001
131
LF2007020
135A
LF1807001
135B
LF1807002
137A
LF1010014
137B
LF1010015
140
LF1010704
141
LF1010025
142
LF2007019
148
LF1033302
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