electric tilting pan “cpe15/25” - mbm

INSTRUCTION MANUAL
FOR INSTALLATION,
MAINTENANCE
AND USE
ELECTRIC TILTING PAN
“CPE15/25”
01.02.002 – EN
INDEX
Part 1: General reminders and notes
1.1.
General reminders
3
1.2.
Technical data
4
1.3.
Construction
5
1.4.
Laws, technical prescriptions and directives
6
1.5.
Special requirements for the installation site
6
Part 2: Positioning, installation and maintenance
2.1.
Positioning
7
2.2.
Installation
7
2.2.1. Electrical connections and equipotential bonding
8
2.2.2. Connection to waterworks
8
2.3.
Commissioning and testing
9
2.4.
Maintenance of the appliance
9
2.4.1. Possible failures and their elimination
10
Part 3: Use and cleaning
3.1.
Warnings and hints for user
12
3.2.
Instructions for use
12
3.2.1. Filling the jacket
13
3.2.3. Switch on, start of cooking and switch off
14
3.3.
16
Cleaning and care of the appliance
3.3.1. Daily cleaning
17
3.4.
Special procedures in case of long inactivity
17
3.5.
Special procedures in case of failures
18
Part 4: Figures and details
4.1.
Wiring diagram
19
4.1.1
Wiring diagram
20
4.2.
View of appliance
21
4.3.
Keypad
22
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1.1. GENERAL REMINDERS
− Read the warnings contained in this manual carefully as they provide important
information concerning safety during the installation, use and maintenance of the
appliance.
− Keep these instructions carefully!
− Only personnel trained for its specific use should use the equipment.
− Keep the appliance under control during use.
− The appliance should be used only for the purpose for which it has been specifically
designed; other uses are improper and hence dangerous.
− During operation surfaces can become hot and require special operation.
− Unplug the appliance in case of failures or improper operation.
− Apply exclusively to a service centre for repairs or maintenance.
− Any important information about the appliance required for technical service is
contained in the technical data plate (see figure “View of appliance”).
− If technical assistance is required, the trouble must be described in as much detail as
possible, so that a service technician will be able to understand the nature of the
problem.
− Gloves should be worn to protect the hands during installation and maintenance
operations.
Warning! : Follow the fire prevention regulations very carefully.
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1.2. TECHNICAL DATA
DIMENSIONS
U.M.
CPE15
CPE25
Height (A)
mm.
554.0
585.0
Height (B)
mm.
910.0
880.0
Usable volume
l.
15.0
25.0
Total volume
l.
19.0
29.0
Boiler volume
l.
4,5
6
Weight
kg.
35.0
45.0
Power
kW
6.0
8.0
Voltage
V/Hz
400/50
400/50
Input
poles
3/N/PE AC
3/N/PE AC
"T" temperature
°C
20-100
20-100
Max. Delta "T"
°C
+/-1
+/-1
Boiler pressure
bar
0.5
0.5
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1.3. CONSTRUCTION
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Cooking vessel made from stainless steel AISI 316, 20/10 mm thick.
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Boiler and sheathing in stainless steel AISI 304, 15-20/10 mm thick.
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Manual balanced tilting system with marine-type safety locking device.
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Heating with "Incoloy" sheathed heating elements, boiler and steam circulation at 0.5
bar.
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Automatic thermal power economiser.
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Electronic control with three digit display and LED to set the following parameters:
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cooking temperature
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cooking time
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minimum water level in boiler
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end of cooking time with buzzer
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Boiler pressure control with 0.5 bar safety valve and analogue pressure gauge.
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Temperature control in cooking vat.
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Safety thermostat.
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1.4. LAWS, TECHNICAL PRESCRIPTIONS AND
DIRECTIVES
When installing the appliance it is necessary to follow and comply with the following
regulations:
− current regulations on the matter;
− any hygienic-sanitary regulations concerning cooking environments;
− municipal and/or territorial building regulations and fire prevention prescriptions;
− current accident prevention guidelines;
− electricity board regulations concerning safety;
− the regulations of the electrical power supply company or agency;
− any other local prescriptions.
1.5. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
INSTALLATION SITE
− The room in which the appliance is to operate must be well ventilated.
− In addition, it is good policy to locate the appliance under an extractor hood so that
cooking vapours can be removed rapidly and continuously.
− Current regulations require the installation of a multiple pole switch between the
appliance and the electrical power supply; the switch must have a contact gap of least
3 mm on each pole.
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2.1. POSTIONING
− Remove all the packaging and check that the appliance is in perfect conditions. In case
of visible damage, do not connect the appliance and notify the sales point immediately.
− Remove the PVC protection from the panels.
− Dispose of packaging according to regulations. Generally material is divided according
to composition and should be delivered to the waste disposal service.
− There are no special instructions regarding distances from other appliances or walls,
however it is advisable to maintain a sufficient distance to allow any servicing
operations to be performed. In the event the appliance should be installed in direct
contact with inflammable walls, it is advisable to fit suitable heat insulation.
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The equipment can stand on a table (as long as made from non-inflammable material)
or, by request, be provided with a stand.
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The latter is entirely made from AISI 304, on feet or castors, with or without removable
1/1 Gastronorm tray.
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Two brackets are provided to fix the appliance to a table; fit the brackets on the rear
part of the base and fix to the table with bolts.
2.2. INSTALLATION
Warning! : Only qualified technicians must perform the installation, maintenance
and test of the appliance.
Warning! : Before connecting any parts of the appliance to supplies, make sure
that the latter is equivalent the requirements stated in the technical data
plate, if the appliance has been designed for these supplies.
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2.2.1. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS AND EQUIPOTENTIAL
BONDING
Warning! : The appliance is supplied to operate according to the power supply
indicated on the data plate.
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The flexible power cord should not have a lower quality than the type with insulation
H07RN-F and should not be exposed to a room temperature exceeding 50 °C.
− As mentioned, the appliance must be connected to the power supply by way of a
multiple pole main isolating switch and protection device that must be proportioned to
the power of the appliance (1 mA per kW of rated power).
− The earthing system must be efficient.
− As this appliance is type X equipment (delivery without power cable and plug), the
cable and other hardware needed to make the connection to the electrical power
supply must be provided by the installer.
− The power cable shall be of the kind described in the paragraph “Technical data" and
shall be resistant to oil.
− The power terminal board can be reached by removing the lower front panel (unloose
the screws). The cable fastener is on the lower right-hand side.
− The cable must be fed in from beneath the clamp. The individual wires are then
fastened to the corresponding terminals of the terminal board. The earth wire must be
longer than the other wires, so that in the event of the cable being jerked or the clamp
broken, the live wires will disconnect first. Lock the cord fastener.
− The appliance must incorporate an equipotential system.
− Connect the terminal on the back of the control panel colunn side marked with the
international symbol a connector with a nominal cross section <10 mm2. All the appliances
installed and the earth system of the building shall be connected like this.
2.2.2. CONNECTION TO WATERWORKS
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By request, the appliance can be equipped with a mixing tap to fill the cooking vat with
water.
− Water inlet pressure must be between 50 and 300 kPa, otherwise install a pressure
regulator on the line before the appliance.
− Install a cut-off valve for each supply on the line before the appliance.
− Make connections according to regulations currently in force.
− Water connection is on the back of the control panel colunn.
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2.3. COMMISSIONING AND TESTING
− Once all the connections have been made, the appliance and the overall installation
must be checked following the directions given in this manual.
− Check in particular:
− that the protective film has been removed from the external surfaces;
− that the lower front panel removed for the electrical connection of the appliance has
been fitted back into position;
− that connections have been made in accordance with the requirements and
directions indicated in this manual;
− that all safety requirements in current standards, statutory regulations and
directives have been met;
− that the water connections are leak-free;
− that the electrical connection has been performed according to standards.
− In addition, check that once the appliance has been installed, the power cord is neither
subject to stretch nor in contact with nor surfaces.
− Now proceed to light the appliance as directed in the instructions for use.
− While the appliance is in use, voltage should not differ from the nominal voltage more
than +/- 10%.
− The test report must be completed in full and submitted to the customer who should
then sign in acceptance. With effect from this moment, the appliance is covered by the
manufacturer’s warranty.
2.4. MAINTENANCE OF THE APPLIANCE
Warning! : All maintenance operations shall only be performed by a technically
qualified service centre!
− To ensure correct and safe operation, the appliance must be inspected and serviced at
least once a year only. Maintenance includes also controlling the components and tear
of pipes, feeding pipes, electrical components etc.
− It is advisable to replace worn components during maintenance operations to avoid the
need for other maintenance calls and unexpected failures.
− It is also advisable to apply for a maintenance contract with the customer.
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2.4.1. POSSIBLE FAILURES AND THEIR ELIMINATION
Warning! : Only technically qualified service centres can perform the operations
described below!
Warning! : Before resetting the safety thermostat, it is always necessary to
eliminate the problem causing its activation!
Even when the appliance is used properly, failures and inconveniences may occur.
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COOKING VAT TEMPERATURE PROBE :
When "Err" appears on the display the cooking cycle is interrupted automatically.
Follow the instructions below to reach the probe:
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Rotate the vat completely.
•
Remove the level tap knob.
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Unloose the screws fixing the bottom to the lower panel of the vat.
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Replace the probe.
HEATING ELEMENTS (R1):
If the heating elements do not heat up, follow the instructions below:
•
Check the voltage on the coils and relay outlets “ C2-C1 “.
•
If they are energised check the cables connecting the relays to the heating
elements and control voltage ( 230/400), on both poles of the three heating
elements.
•
If this is in order, replace the heating elements.
Follow the instructions below to reach the heating elements:
•
Rotate the vat completely.
•
Unloose the screws locking the rear panel.
•
Replace the heating elements.
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RELAY BOARD ( SR ):
If the heating elements do not warm up, before replacing the relay board, check the
following:
•
Make sure that the fuse is not damaged.
The fuse can be reached as follows:
unloose the two screws locking the right-hand panel of the control panel column;
check the fuse near the power supply terminal board.
•
Check the voltage on the coils and relay outlets “ C2-C1".
•
If they are not energised check the microswitch “ M1 “ and then that the safety
thermostat has not been activated.
•
If no failures are encountered, replace the relay board.
The relay board can be reached by removing the right panel on the control panel
column.
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WATER MISSING IN THE BOILER:
If the pan advises that water is needed in the boiler, operation is stopped automatically to
prevent damage caused by overheating.
“H20” will be displayed on the control panel.
Follow the instructions of par. (5.1) to add water.
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SAFETY THERMOSTAT (TS):
If the appliance is not used correctly or if a failure occurs, the unit may overheat.
When this device is activated the appliance is blocked.
Follow the instructions below to reach the thermostat:
•
Rotate the vat completely.
•
Unloose the two screws locking the protection right nut on the bottom.
•
Check the cause of overheating and reset the safety thermostat.
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3.1. WARNINGS AND HINTS FOR USER
− This manual contains all the instructions required for a proper and safe use of our
appliances.
Keep the manual in a safe place for future consultation!
− This appliance is for catering use, hence they must be used only by trained kitchen
staff.
− The appliance must always be kept under control during use.
Warning! : The manufacturer shall not be held responsible for injuries or damage
due to the non-compliance with safety rules or an improper use of the
appliance by the operator.
− Some improper operating conditions may even be caused by an improper use of the
appliance, therefore it is important to train personnel properly.
− All the installation and maintenance operations must be performed by fitters who
are members of an official register.
− Respect the periods required for maintenance. With this is mind, customers are
recommended to sign a service agreement.
− In case of failures concerning the appliance, all outputs (electrical power supply and
water) must be cut off instantly.
− In case of recurrent failures, contact a service technician.
3.2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
− Before cooking with the appliance for the first time, wash the interior of the cooking vat
thoroughly.
Warning! : Fill the cooking vat up to a maximum of 40 mm under the overflow
border, according to the maximum level mark, including the food to be
cooked.
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3.2.1. FILLING THE JACKET
Warning! : The water level inside the jacket must be controlled each time before
switching on the appliance.
Warning! : It is advisable to use softened water to fill the jacket.
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It is advisable to use softened water to fill the boiler.
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See Technical Data table at page 3 for the amount of water required to fill the boiler.
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Control the unit when it is cool by opening the level tap under the vat (see figure “View
of appliance”).
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If water pours out the level is correct and then close the tap.
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If level is not correct proceed as follows:
•
Open the level tap (see figure “View of appliance”).
•
Unscrew the cap, open the tap to fill the boiler with water (see figure “View of
aplliance”).
•
Fill with water through the tap.
•
When water pours out through the tap the level is correct, so close both taps
immediately.
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3.2.3. SWITCHING ON, START COOKING AND SWITCHING OFF
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This type of equipment is provided with an electronic control device featuring a three
digit display and LED to perform all operations involving setting and use.
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The controls are contained in a perfectly visible board on the front panel of the control
panel column.
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Carry out the operations described below to start the appliance:
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ENERGISING THE UNIT:
Connect the appliance by turning on the main switch installed before it; the LED of
the control panel near the ON/OFF (1) key will light up.
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POWER SUPPLY : Press the ON (1) key.
If H2O appears immediately on the display, this means that the probe inside the
boiler has detected that water is missing.
See par. 5.1 (filling the boiler) regarding refilling operations.
- SETTING THE DESIRED TEMPERATURE IN THE COOKING VAT :
Press key (2) and the temperature to be set (minimum 50°C) will appear on the
DISPLAY (3).
Press key (4) to change the temperature.
Once the desired temperature appears release the key (4) immediately.
After a few seconds the set temperature disappears from the display and the actual
temperature inside the vat will be shown.
To display the set temperature at any time press key (2).
To change the set temperature at any time of the cooking process press key (2)
and then press one of the key (4).
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STARTING THE COOKING CYCLE : Press key START (5).
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MAINTAINING THE TEMPERATURE :
Once the set temperature has been reached, it is automatically maintained until
cooking is stopped by pressing the STOP key (5).
To maintain the previous temperature for a set period of time (in minutes),
follow the instructions below.
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SETTING THE TEMPERATURE MAINTENANCE TIME :
Once the previously set temperature has been reached press key (6).
Press the key (4) and the minutes will appear on the display (3).
When the desired time appears on the display release the key (4) instantly.
From now until the end of the cycle, the decreasing cooking time will be
displayed.
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CHANGING SETTING :
Press key (6) and press one of the key (4).
Although the residual time appears on the display, it is also possible to display the
following temperatures:
•
Interior of cooking vat: press key (2).
•
Previously set temperature: press key (2) for the second time.
Press one of the key (4) to change temperature.
After a few seconds the time required to finish cooking will appear on the display.
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END OF COOKING :
At the end of the set time, cooking stops automatically.
The operator is advised by an intermittent alarm for 20 seconds.
Press any key on the board apart from OFF (1) to stop the buzzer.
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The upright position of the vat is ensured by a locking system.
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Follow the instructions below to empty the vat:
•
Release the vat using the spring piston fitted under the vat (see pag.3 Technical
data pos. 3).
•
At the same time hold the handle on the right of the vat and empty the latter.
Warning ! While the vat is turning heating stops automatically.
When the vat returns to its upright position, it locks automatically and heating is
reactivated.
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3.3. CLEANING AND CARE OF THE APPLIANCE
− Do not use aggressive substances or abrasive detergents when cleaning the stainless
steel components.
− Avoid using metal pads of the steel parts as they may cause rust. For the same
reason, avoid contact with materials containing iron.
− Do not use sandpaper or abrasive paper for cleaning; in special cases use a powder
pumice stone.
− In case of particularly resistant dirt, it is advisable to use abrasive sponges (e.g.
Scotch-Brite).
− It is advisable to clean the appliance only once it has cooled down.
3.3.1. DAILY CLEANING
Warning! :
When cleaning the appliance never use direct jets of water to prevent
infiltration of the liquid and damage to components.
− Clean the cooking vat with water and a detergent, rinse thoroughly and dry well with a
soft cloth.
− External surfaces should be washed down using a sponge, and hot water with a
suitable proprietary cleaner addend.
− Rinse always thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth.
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3.4. SPECIAL PROCEDURES IN CASE OF PROLONGED
INACTIVITY
− If the appliance is to stand idle for any length of time (e.g. holidays or seasonal
closing), it must be cleaned thoroughly, leaving not traces of food or dirt.
− Leave the lid open so that air can circulate inside the vat.
− For added care after cleaning, the external surfaces can be protected by applying a
proprietary metal polish.
− Be absolutely sure to shut off all utilities (electrical power supply and water).
− Air the room appropriately.
3.5. SPECIAL PROCEDURES IN CASE OF FAILURES
− If the appliance should not work properly during use, turn it off immediately and close
or cut off all supplies (electrical power supply and water).
− Apply to a service centre for help.
The manufacturer shall not be held responsible nor has any warranty
commitments for damage caused by non-compliance with prescriptions
or by installation not in conformity with instructions.
The same applies in case of improper use or different application by the
operator.
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4.1. WIRING DIAGRAM MOD. CPE15/25
LEGEND:
C1
Main remote control switch
C2/C3 Relay
M1
Microswitch
MA
Line feed terminal board
PV
Steam pressure switch
R1
Heating element
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SN
SN1
SR
ST
TS
Level control board
Electronic card alarm
Level control bell
Relay board
Key board
Safety thermostat
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4.1.1. WIRING DIAGRAM MOD. CPE15/25
LEGEND:
C1
Main remote control switch
C2/C3 Relay Bipolar
M1
Microswitch
MA
Line feed terminal board
PV
Steam pressure switch
SL
SN
SN1
SR
ST
Level control board
Electronic card alarm
Level control bell
Relay board
Key board
R1
TS
Safety thermostat
Heating element
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4.2. VIEW OF APPLIANCE
LEGEND:
1
2
Water filling tap for boiler
Water level tap for boiler
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4.3. KEYPAD
LEGEND:
1
ON/OFF switch
4 Selector switch (or up/down bottoms)
2
Temperature control
5 START/STOP switch
3
LED Display
6 Timer
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