ISTRUZIONI PER L’INSTALLAZIONE, L’USO E LA MANUTENZIONE
INSTALLATION, USE AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS POUR L’INSTALLATION, L’EMPLOI ET L’ENTRETIEN
INSTALLATIONS-, BETRIEBS-UND WARTUNGSANLEITUNGEN
INSTRUCCIONES PARA LA INSTALACIÓN, EL USO Y EL MANTENIMIENTO
FRY-TOP ELETTRICO SERIE OMNIA
ELECTRIC GRIDDLE PLATE SERIES OMNIA
FRY-TOP ELECTRIQUE SERIE OMNIA
ELEKTRISCHE BRAT-UND GRILLPLATTEN SERIE OMNIA
FRY-TOP ELÉCTRICO SERIE OMNIA
EFT77L
EFT77LC
EFT77R
EFT77RC
DATA: 96/07/01
IMCU 700146
EFT47L
EFT47LC
EFT47R
EFT47RC
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EFT77LR
EFT77LRC
INDEX
CHAPTER
DESCRIPTION
PAGE
1.
2.
2.1
2.2
3.
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.4
4.
5.
5.1
5.2
6.
General Remarks ..........................................................................................................................
Technical Data ............................................................................................................................
Electric Fry-top Omnia Series, ......................................................................................................
Technical Characteristics .............................................................................................................
Installation diagrams ...................................................................................................................
Installation Instructions ...............................................................................................................
Information about electric Griddle plates Omnia Series ..................................................................
Laws, regulations and technical directives ....................................................................................
Installation Place .........................................................................................................................
Positioning ..................................................................................................................................
Mounting the top units on a base or an extending support ...........................................................
Electrical connection ...................................................................................................................
Earthing ......................................................................................................................................
Equipotential ...............................................................................................................................
Power Supply Cable ....................................................................................................................
Connections to various main power supplies ................................................................................
Replacing Important Components ................................................................................................
Instructions to Users ...................................................................................................................
Using the electric Fry-top ............................................................................................................
Using the chrome plate ................................................................................................................
Maintenance and cleaning ...........................................................................................................
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The Manufacturer declines any responsibility for any imprecisions appearing on the present booklet, ascribable to transcription
or printing errors. Furthermore, the Manufacturer reserves the right to make any modifications to the product deemed useful or
necessary, without prejudicing its essential characteristics.
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1. GENERAL REMARKS
- Carefully read the instructions contained in the present booklet as they supply important information relating to safe
installation, use and maintenance.
- Keep this booklet with care, for any further consultation by the various operators.
- Having removed the packing, make sure the unit is in good order and in case of doubt, do not use the unit, but call on skilled
personnel.
- Before connecting the unit, make sure the data appearing on the serial plate correspond to those of the main electric supply.
- The unit must be used only by a person trained for its operation.
- Before performing cleaning or servicing operations, disconnect the unit from the electric supply.
- Shut off the unit in case of fault or bad functioning. For any repairs, please call exclusively an authorised technical service
centre, and ask for original spare parts only. Non compliance with the above may compromise the unit’s safety.
- This unit must only be used for the purpose it was expressly built for.
- Do not wash the unit with direct or high-pressure water jets.
- Do not obstruct openings or draft grids or heat vents.
- Electrical safety is guaranteed only by an efficient earthing system, as envisaged by the electrical safety regulation in force:
it is therefore necessary to verify this essential requisite and, in case of doubt, request an accurate check-up by professionally
qualified personnel.
- The Manufacturer cannot be deemed responsible for any damages caused by the lack of earthing in the system.
- The unit must be included in an equipotential system whose efficiency should be tested in compliance with the law in force.
- All units are supplied with a 200cm long cable having the characteristics shown in Tab. 3.
- The hook-up wire for the power supply connection should not have characteristics below the type with rubber insulation
H07RN-F.
- In case of non-compliance with the indications contained in the present manual, both on the user’s part and on the installing
technician’s part, the Manufacturer declines any responsibility, and any possible accident or fault caused by the above
mentioned non-compliances will not be imputable to the Manufacturer.
2. TECHNICAL DATA
2.1
ELECTRIC FRY-TOPS, SERIES OMNIA
ESTERNAL
PLATE
ABSORBED
ELECTRIC
POWER
W x D x H/H max.
WxD
kW*
kg.
EFT47L
400x700x290/425
350x500
4,05
36
EFT47LC
400x700x290/425
350x500
4,05
36
EFT47R
400x700x290/425
350x500
4,05
36
EFT47RC
400x700x290/425
350x500
4,05
36
EFT77L
700x700x290/425
650x500
8,1
70
EFT77LC
700x700x290/425
650x500
8,1
70
EFT77R
700x700x290/425
650x500
8,1
70
EFT77RC
700x700x290/425
650x500
8,1
70
EFT77LR
700x700x290/425
650x500
8,1
70
EFT77LRC
700x700x290/425
650x500
8,1
70
DIMENSIONS IN mm.
MODEL
*VOLTAGE SUPPLY: 3N AC 415 V; 3 AC 240 V; 1N AC 240 V 50/60 Hz
N.B.: Power absorbed with 3N AC 380 V; 3 AC 220 V; 1N AC 220 V 50/60 Hz is approx. 16% less.
L = Smooth Plate
R = Scuffed Plate
LR = 50% L + 50% R Plate
C = Chromed Plate
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NET
WEIGHT
Tab. 1
2.2
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
- STRUCTURE
Stainless steel frame AISI 304, stainless steel panels and base mounted on height-adjustable feet.
- COOKING PLATE in special steel with high thermal conductivity, in the smooth or grooved versions, with a 18/10 stainless
steel anti-spatter screen; C version with a chrome worktop.
- GREASE WELL DRAWER in stainless steel AISI 304.
- ELECTRICAL HEATING with electrical heating elements in reinforced stainless steel.
- INDIPENDENT CONTROLS for each plate zone for varying temperatures in Models EFT77.
3. INSTALLATION DIAGRAMS
- ELECTRIC FRY-TOP
EFT47L
EFT47LC
EFT47R
EFT47RC
EFT77L
EFT77LC
EFT77R
Equipotential
Electric connection
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EFT77RC
EFT77LR
EFT77LRC
3.1. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Installation must be performed by qualified technicians according to the law in force.
WARNINGS:
Should the unit be installed against a wall, the latter must be heat-resistant to temperatures of 100°C and must be fireproof.
Before proceeding with the installation, remove the protective plastic film from the relevant parts, eliminating any adhesive
residues with an appropriate cleaning product suitable for stainless steel.
Install the unit in a horizontal position; its correct levelling will be achieved by rotating the adjustable feet.
If the unit is installed by itself, it is advisable to fasten it to make its stability safer.
.
3.2
INFORMATION ABOUT ELECTRIC GRIDDLE PLATES OMNIA SERIES
The technical serial plate is affixed inside the unit, beneath the front panel.
BRESCELLO - RE
Mo.
MATR.
V.~
kW
Hz
Amp.
MADE in ITALY
3.3
LAWS, REGULATIONS AND TECHNICAL DIRECTIVES
The following indications should be observed during installation:
- Accident and fire regulations in force
- The regulations of the electric power supply company.
- Hygienic regulations.
- The rules for electrical systems.
3.3.1
INSTALLATION PLACE
- The unit should be installed in adequately ventilated places.
- Install the unit in compliance with the safety regulations.
3.3.2
POSITIONING
- The various units may be installed individually or together with other units of our range OMNIA.
- This unit is not suitable for encasing.
- The distance between side walls must be a minimum of 10cm; should the distance be less or the wall or floor material be
flammable, it is essential to use a thermal insulator.
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3.3.3
MOUNTING THE TOP UNITS ON A
BASE OR AN EXTENDING SUPPORT
(Side illustration)
All Top units are supplied with height-adjustable feet (P):
- When the unit is to be placed free on a table or a surface,
tighten or loosen the feet (P) as shown in the illustration
till it is perfectly steady, then tighten the locknut (D) so
that the foot is blocked. To prevent slipping, insert the
rubber plugs (M) into the feet’s lower holes.
- When the unit is to be fixed to a base or an extending
support, adjust the feet (P) till it is perfectly steady, then
tighten the locknut (D) so that the foot is blocked.
Subsequently fasten from beneath by way of M5 screws
(T) and respective washers, screwing them into the feet
as shown in the illustration.
3.4
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Electrical connection should be performed in compliance with the IEC regulations, only by authorised and competent personnel.
In the first instance, examine the data shown on the technical data table of this manual, on the serial plate and on the electrical
diagram.
The envisaged connection is of the fixed type.
IMPORTANT: Ahead of each unit it is necessary to install an omnipolar main breaker, having a spacing among contacts of at
least 3mm; example:
- manual breaker of appropriate capacity, complete with fuse valves
- automatic breaker with respective magnetothermal relays..
3.4.1
EARTHING
It is essential to earth the unit.
To this purpose, it is necessary to connect to an efficient earthing system the terminals marked with the symbols (
on the line-receiving terminal box. The earthing system should comply with the law in force.
) placed
SPECIFIC WARNINGS
The electrical safety of this unit is assured only when it is correctly connected to an efficient earthing system as stated in the
electrical safety regulations in force; the Manufacturer declines any responsibility for the non-compliance with these safety
regulations.
It is necessary to verify this fundamental safety requisite and, in case of doubt, ask for an accurate testing of the system by
professionally qualified personnel.
The Manufacturer cannot be deemed responsible for any damages caused by the lack of unit earthing.
ATTENTION: NEVER INTERRUPT THE EARTH WIRE (Yellow-Green).
3.4.2
EQUIPOTENTIAL
The unit should be included within an equipotential system whose efficiency must be tested according to the law in force. The
screw marked with the label “Equipotential” is located near the terminal box on the base.
3.4.3
POWER SUPPLY CABLE
The unit is supplied fitted for the following voltages: 3N AC 380...415V; 3 AC 220...240V; 1N AC 220...240V 50/60 Hz.
The flexible cable for power supply connection should not have characteristics lower than the rubber insulation type H07RN-F. The
cable should be inserted through the cable clamp and firmly fastened. Furthermore, the supply voltage with the unit functioning
should not go outside the value of the nominal tension ±10%.
To have access to the terminal box in order to connect the unit to a supply network having different characteristics from those
provided for, or to replace the supply cable, you need to:
- remove the front panel (top or top + cabinet)
- connect the cable to the terminal box according to need, and following the instructions shown on the provided label near the
terminal bord and on the present booklet.
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3.4.4
CONNECTIONS TO VARIOUS MAIN POWER SUPPLIES
PE (Earth) yellow-green
N (NP) blue
3N AC 380...415 V 50/60 Hz
L3 (T) black
L2 (S) black
L1 (R) brown
PE (Earth) yellow-green
N (NP) blue
2N AC 380...415 V 50/60 Hz
L2 (S) black
L1 (R) brown
PE (Earth) yellow-green
L3 (T) blue
3AC 220...240 V 50/60 Hz
L2 (S) black
L1 (R) brown
PE (Earth) yellow-green
N (NP) blue
1N AC 220...240 V 50/60 Hz
L1 (R) brown
Tab. 2
EFT47L
EFT47R
EFT47LC
EFT47RC
MODEL
EFT77LC
EFT77RC
EFT77LCR
EFT77L
EFT77R
EFT77LR
SUPPLY VOLTAGE TYPE
Max.
A/f
Nb. Cables
mm2
Max.
A/f
Nb. Cables
mm2
3N AC 380...415 V 50/60 Hz
5,63
5 x 1,5
11,25
5 x 1,5
2N AC 380...415 V 50/60 Hz
11,25
4 x 1,5
22,5
4 x 2,5
3 AC 220...240 V 50/60 Hz
9,743
4 x 1,5
19,485
4 x 2,5
1N AC 220...240 V 50/60 Hz
16,88
3 x 2,5
33,75
3x6
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
DRAWING NO.
1147
1149
Tab. 3
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4. REPLACING IMPORTANT
COMPONENTS
The replacements described below should only be performed by an “Authorised Service Centre”.
Before replacing any component, you should shut off power supply from the unit by using the omnipolar switch.
A) Switch and thermostat
- remove the dashguard
- undo the screws fastening the component
- remove the thermostat from the switch by carefully bending the two clips of the fastening bracket
- remove the protection of the thermostat bulb and pull it off from the plate groov.
- disconnect the wires following the electrical diagram
- replace the component and re-assemble everything back, using the electrical diagram
- mount back each part following the reverse sequence.
5. INSTRUCTIONS TO USERS
5.1
USING THE ELECTRIC GRIDDLE PLATE
Turn the thermostat control knob (Fig. 2) clockwise: this way you switch on the griddle plate as shown by the green indicator
light (Fig. 1 position 3) coming on. If you keep turning the knob, you will be able to set the desired temperature as shown on the
same knob. The yellow indicator light (Fig. 1 position 2) comes on to signal that the heating elements are on; when it comes off,
it means the temperature set by the knob has been reached. The yellow light comes on each time the desired plate temperature
has decreased of approx. 15°C, and will stay on until the plate reaches the desired temperature again.
To switch off, turn the knob anticlockwise so as to bring the “0” to position indicator.
The yellow and green lights will automatically go off.
5.2
USING THE CHROME PLATE
IGNITION:
When the plate is just warm, grease it slightly with vegetable oil, then wait for the plate to reach the temperature desired.
COOKING:
Best cooking is achieved at a temperature of approx. 240÷250°C. Such a temperature allows a healthy cooking without loss of
food’s main qualities: taste, flavour and looks.
USE:
The chrome plate does not absorb fats, as it happens for the traditional iron or cast iron plates.
Note: Set the thermostat never on a temperature more then 250 °C.
6. MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
- Clean the stainless steel parts daily with soapy lukewarm water, then rinse well and dry thoroughly.
- Absolutely avoid to clean the stainless steel with common steel-wool, or common steel brushes and scrapers, as they may
discard ferrous particles which, on depositing, cause rust spots. You may, if you like, use stainless steel-wool passed on
following the butter-finish direction.
- Should the unit remain unused for long periods, heavily rub all the steel surfaces with a cloth slightly wetted with vaseline oil,
in order to cover them with a protective film. Periodically ventilate the premises.
COOKING TOP
- Frequently clean the plate by using a wet rag, then switch it on for a few minutes turning the knobs to top temperature in order
to dry it quickly. Finally, grease it with a thin film of vaseline oil.
CHROME PLATES
- Frequently clean the plate by using a wet rag. Finally grease it with a thin film of vaseline oil.
DO NOT SCRAPE BY USING POINTED OR SHARP METAL OBJECTS! (See Fig. 3).
Use plastic tools resisting high temperatures, or stainless steel scrapers with smooth edges.
Attention: Do not use the scraper on an angle, since this causes scratches on the plate, thus irremediably compromising its
operation and cleaning. Replace the blade when blunt.
STAINLESS STEEL PARTS
- The stainless steel parts must be cleaned with soapy water and then dried with a soft cloth. The bright polish is kept by
periodical wiping with liquid (POLISH), a product easily available.
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NO RASPAR CON CUERPOS CON PUNTA O CORTANTES DE METAL ! (Véase Fig. 3)
Usar útiles de plástico resistente a la temperatura o espátulas de acero inoxidable con bordes redondeados.
Atención: no usar el raspador con aristas porque produce estrías en la plancha comprometiendo irremediablemente el
funcionamiento y la limpieza. Sustituir la cuchilla en caso de que no esté perfectamente afilada.
PARTES DE ACERO INOXIDABLE
- Las piezas de acero inoxidable hay que limpiarlas con agua enjabonada y luego secarlas con un trapo suave. El brillo se
mantiene haciéndo esta operación periódicamente, con (POLISH) líquido, un producto que se encuentra en todas partes.
Fig. 1
Fig. 3
Fig. 2
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