CG4 & CG6
CHARGRILLS
USER, INSTALLATION
AND
SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS
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Dear Customer,
Thank you for purchasing this Lincat product.
This is just one of over 300 different items of catering equipment available
which is constantly being extended and improved. Details are available from
your local distributor or direct from us.
Used for the purposes for which it is intended, and with careful maintenance
as outlined in this User Guide, your Lincat product will give you years of
trouble free service.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Please read all of the safety and operating instructions carefully before using this
product. Please pay particular attention to all sections of this User Guide that carry
warning symbols and notices.
WARNING!
This is a Warning symbol. This symbol is used throughout the user guide
whenever there is a risk of personal injury. Ensure that these warnings are
read and understood at all times.
CAUTION!
This is a Caution symbol. This symbol is used throughout the user guide whenever
there is a risk damaging your Lincat product. Ensure that these warnings are read
and understood at all times.
NOTE
NOTE:
This is a Note symbol. This symbol is used throughout the user guide to provide additional
information, hints and tips.
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CONTENTS
Contents
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Customer Information……………………………………………………….
Warnings and Precautions…………………………………………………
Technical Data………………………………………………………………..
Commissioning……………………………………………………………….
Check List of Enclosures…………………………………………………..
Serial Number…………………………………………………….…………..
Installation…………………………………………………….………………
User……………………………………………………………………………..
Servicing ………………………………………………………………………
Component Replacement ………………………………………….………
Spare Parts List………………………………………………………………
Fault Finding………………………………………………………………….
Service information…………………………………………………………..
Guarantee………………………………………………………….…………..
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WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS
It is mandatory that all appliances are installed, commissioned and serviced by a qualified and
competent person as defined by the regulations in force in the country of installation.
Failure to comply will invalidate the warranty.
WARNING!
This appliance must be installed by a competent installation engineer in accordance with the
installation instructions, and should conform to the following requirements:
Do not obstruct or block the appliance flue.
Installation must include sufficient ventilation to prevent the occurrence of unacceptable
concentrations of substances harmful to health in the room in which they are installed.
It is recommended that this appliance is sited under an extraction canopy for the removal of
combustion products
After operation, some parts of the appliance will remain hot for a period of time. Please take
care to avoid accidental burns.
CAUTION!
All equipment must be earthed (where applicable) to prevent electric shock.
Do not connect directly to any flue, ducting or mechanical extraction system.
Installation should allow for a sufficient flow of fresh air for gas combustion.
Parts which have been protected by the manufacturer or his agent must not be adjusted by
the installer or user.
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TECHNICAL DATA
Model
CG4
CG6
Dimensions
Overall height (mm)
Width (mm)
Depth (mm)
Weight (kg)
Hob cooking surface w x d (mm)
415
450
660
27kg (Nett)
325 x 440
415
600
660
35kg (Nett)
475 x 440
Heat Input
Total heat input Natural(Gross)
Total heat input Propane(Gross)
14.3 kW
14.5 kW
14.3 kW
14.5 kW
Connection and Operating Pressures
Gas inlet connection
Supply Pressure - Natural
Operating Pressure - Natural
Supply Pressure - Propane
Operating Pressure - Propane
20mbar
16.0 mbar
37mbar
25.0 mbar
½” BSPT Male
20mbar
16.0 mbar
37mbar
25.0 mbar
Gas Consumption
Total gas rate – Natural
Total gas rate – Propane
1.36 m3 h-1
1.04 kg h-1
1.36 m3 h-1
1.04 kg h-1
COMMISSIONING
PREPARATION
Remove all packaging and protective coatings prior to installation.
Check that the heat transfer channels have been fitted correctly.
VENTILATION
The area in which this equipment is to be installed should have sufficient fixed ventilation to comply
with local legislation requirements. It is recommended that a room, or internal space, be provided
with a minimum free area of 4.5cm2 per kW (3,400Btu/hr) of total heat input.
CHECK LIST OF ENCLOSURES
Please ensure the following items are included with this piece of equipment:
Model
Warranty Card
Pressure Governor
Coooking Grid
Instruction Manual
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SERIAL NUMBER
NOTE
Each appliance manufactured at Lincat has a unique identifying number found in the top right
hand corner of the data plate attached at the rear of the appliance. Please record that number in
the space provided should it be required for future reference.
Serial Number
MARK OF CONFIDENCE
Every singe product that leaves our factory bears a serial plate showing the assembler’s
initials. It’s a mark of confidence we have in our people and our manufacturing
process.
INSTALLATION
SITING
The installer must ensure that all regulations are met and that there is an unobstructed minimum
distance of 1000mm from the top of the flue to the ceiling, which must be of non-combustible
material.
The appliance should be installed on a level surface ensuring the unit is stable and firmly located.
Any partitions, walls or kitchen furniture in close proximity must be of non-combustible materials
and not be closer than 50mm from the sides and rear of the flue.
GAS SUPPLY AND CONNECTION
Connection is at the rear of the unit via a 1/2" G male thread.
Connection shall comply with local regulations.
When making the connection to the appliance an isolating cock should be fitted into the supply line
close to the unit, for emergency shutdown or servicing purposes.
SUPPLY PRESSURES
• To gain access to the gas pressure test nipple remove the debris drawer. The nipple is situated
behind the fascia panel on the right of the appliance.
• Remove the blanking screw and attach a pressure gauge to the boss of the test nipple.
• Light both burners and set to maximum.
• Adjust the operating pressure at the governor. See table.
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USER INSTRUCTION
APPLIANCE USE
This appliance is only for professional use and should only be used by qualified personnel.
Ensure that the person responsible understands how to light, safely operate, clean and shutdown the
appliance and is made aware of the position and operation of the gas isolating cock in the event of an
emergency.
HEAT TRANSFER PROFILE SEATING
H
Ensure that the heat transfer
profiles (H) are clean and
correctly seated.
H
The support bracket (F) faces
toward the front of the appliance
H
F
To correctly position the heat transfer channels, hook the short edge beneath the location point on the support
brackets and lower into place.
To remove them for cleaning, grip longest edge and twist out.
Always replace the channels as shown.
LIGHTING SEQUENCE
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Open the main gas cock.
Push in the control knob then rotate anti-clockwise to any position to allow gas through to the
burner. Manually light this burner using a taper or piezo ignitor wand through the aperture in
the fascia panel. Do not attempt to light the gas through the heat transfer channels.
On establishing a flame at the burner, keep the knob depressed for approximately 15 seconds
then release. The burner should remain lit.
Repeat for the other burner.
SHUT DOWN
To shut down the appliance rotate all control knobs clockwise to the OFF position. The gas supply
stopcock or bottle valve should now be closed.
CLEANING
Ensure the appliance is cool and the gas supply is isolated before commencing cleaning.
After use wash the unit down with a warm detergent solution.
• Any accumulated fats or grease on internal parts and collecting pans from previous
cooking should be routinely cleaned prior to use to prevent the risk of fire.
• The cooking grid may be cleaned using a wire brush to remove carbon deposits. It is
recommended that suitable eye and hand protection be worn.
Do not use abrasives on stainless steel parts.
Do not use any products containing chlorine or hydrochloric acid to clean stainless steel
surfaces.
Do not clean the appliance using a water jet.
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SERVICING
SERVICE ACCESS
To access and service the gas control valves
• Remove the control knobs and fascia panel to gain access to the valves.
• Remove the two screws securing the valve boss and carefully withdraw the spindle
from the valve.
• Grease as necessary and refit parts. Carry out gas soundness check.
FASCIA PANEL REMOVAL
• Remove the debris drawer (A) and fat tray (B).
• Remove the control knobs (C).
• Remove the screws left and right on the
underside of the fascia panel (D). Tilt the fascia
panel from the bottom up and lift clear of the
hob top.
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C
B
A
OPERATIONAL CHECK
Commissioning must include an operational check of all controls.
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Check that each burner can be lit at both full rate and low rate.
Check that each burner will remain lit when turned to low rate.
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COMPONENT REPLACEMENT
BB
NN
CC
AA
KK
JJ
DD
MM
GG
LL
EE
HH
FF
Thermocouple
• Remove the control knobs and fascia panel.
• Loosen the the thermocouple nut (HH) at the rear of the valve (FF)
• Remove the lock nut (EE) at the bracket (NN).
• Remove the thermocouple.
• Fit the new thermocouple and re-assemble in the reverse order.
Burner
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Remove the cooking grid and the heat transfer channels from the appliance.
Loosen the burner retaining nut (AA).
Lift the burner (BB) at the rear and withdraw from the bodywork.
Fit the new burner.
Re-assemble in the reverse order.
Control Valve
• Remove the control knobs and fascia panel.
• Loosen the burner pipe nut (JJ) at the valve (FF)
• Loosen the the thermocouple nut (HH) at the rear of the valve (FF)
• Remove the valve clamp screws (CC).
• Free the vlave from the manifold (GG).
• Fit the new valve and re-assemble reverse order.
• Perform gas soundness test of circuit prior to operation of appliance.
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Injector
• Remove the control knobs and fascia panel.
• Loosen the burner pipe nut (JJ) at the valve (FF) and at the elbow (LL).
• Remove the screws at the elbow retaining bracket (KK).
• Remove the injector (MM) with the copper and fibre washers.
• Fit new parts and re-assemble.
• Perform gas soundness test of circuit prior to operation of appliance.
SPARE PARTS LIST
Description
Part number
Burner
Copper washer
Locknut
Male stud elbow
Foot
Cooking grid handle
Injector Natural gas
Injector Propane gas
Control knob
Pressure governor
Thermocouple
Gas valve
Fibre washer
BU28
CO113
CO53
CO85
FE37
HA50
JE28
JE45
KN184
PG10
TC14
VA09
WA08
FAULT FINDING
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Burner/s will not light or stay lit
Yes
Is there gas at the burner?
No
Check injector for blockages
Yes
Are thermocouple connections loose?
No
Tighten connections
Yes
Is the thermocouple voltage less than 15mV?
Replace thermocouple
Yes
Replace valve
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No
Is the valve damaged?
Recheck system
No
SERVICE INFORMATION
Gas catering equipment should be routinely serviced to ensure a long trouble free life. It is
recommended that this appliances is serviced every 6 months by a competent gas engineer.
For help regarding the installation, maintenance and use of your LINCAT equipment, please call:-
LINCAT GROUP SERVICE HELP DESK
+44 (0) 1522 875520
AUTHORISED SERVICE AGENTS
We recommend that all servicing other than our authorised service agents carry out routine cleaning.
We cannot accept responsibility for work carried out by other persons.
Please quote both the model and serial numbers from the data plate attached to the unit. Give brief
details of the service requirement.
If possible please quote the product code of the part number you require.
Work carried out under warranty will normally be undertaken only during normal working hours, i.e.
Monday to Friday, 8.30 a.m. - 5.30 p.m.
CONDITIONS OF GUARANTEE
The guarantee does not cover:1)
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3)
Accidental breakage or damage
Operational misuse, wear and tear from normal usage, incorrect adjustment, or neglect.
Incorrect installation, maintenance, modification or unauthorised service work.
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Notes
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