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049_03
Instructions for installation,
use and maintenance
GAS FRYERS
APPLIANCES WITH MECHANICAL VALVE
AGB 595/WP • AGB 596/WP
AGB 517/WP • AGB 518/WP
AGB 512/WP • AGB 513/WP
11/2005
INDEX
Dimensions
page 3
Running the appliance on other types
of gas
Data of appliances
Technical data
Operating instructions
4
4-5
page 8
Replacing the main burner nozzle
8
Adjusting the pilot burner
9
Adjusting the primary air
9
Maintenance
9
6 Replacing parts
9
Construction, equipment installed
Valve
9
6
Safety termostat
9
Assembly
6
Burner
9
Location
6
Thermocouple
9
Legal and technical requisites
6
Ignition plug
9
and safety devices
Installation
6
Installation procedure
7 Using the appliance
11
Gas connection
7
Preparation for use
11
Gas venting
7
Filling the tank
11
Equipotential
7
Turning on and off
11
Lighting the main
11
7
Burner of the tank
11
Before commissioning the appliance
7
Extinguishing
11
Start-up
7 Emptying the tank
11
Testing the power rating
7
Table-top version
11
Checking input pressure
7
Floor-stading version
12
Turning off in an emergency
12
Commissioning the appliance
Checking power rating using
the volumetric method
7
What to do in the case of malfunctioning
Checking power rating when using
or if the appliance is not to be used
LP gas
8
Checking the pilot light
8 Taking care of the appliance -
Checking the primary air
8 frequency of maintenance
Checking the functions
8
Note for the installer
8 Warning
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for a long period
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12
13
1/2"GC
15
800
15
1/2"GC
400
1/2"GC
25
300
430
Dimensions
655
AGB 10GM
595/WP
SKF
1/2"GC
15
800
15
1/2"GC
400
700
AGB 512/WP
875
1085
AGB 513/WP
1/2"GC
25
300
510
AGB 596/WP
1/2"GC
800
25
25
400
1/2"GC
1/2"GC
700
AGB 518/WP
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2 - CHARACTERISTICS OF THE APPLIANCES
control panel. It contains all necessary reference data such as the
name of the manufacturer, input pressure, gas type setting, etc.
The instructions contained in this manual apply to our gas
fryers in the II2H3+ category (see table on page 5).
The data plate is located on the front of the appliance and on the
CAT/KAT
GAS/GAZ
G30
G31
G20
G25
II2H3B/P
P mbar
30
30
20
-
SE
FI
DK
II2H3+
P mbar
30
37
20
-
IT
CH
PT
II2H3+
P mbar
28
37
20
-
ES
IE
GB
II2L3B/P
P mbar
30
30
-
25
NL
0051 II2ELL3B/P
P mbar
50
50
20
20
DE
TIPO/TYPE
II2E+3+
P mbar
28
37
20
25
FR
BE
MOD.
II2H3B/P
P mbar
50
50
20
-
AT
CH
ART.
I2E
P mbar
-
-
20
-
LU
N.
II2H3B/P
P mbar
30
30
-
-
EE
LV
LT
N.
II2H3+
P mbar
28
37
20
-
EE
LV
LT
Qn kW
MOD.
I3B/P
P mbar
30
30
-
-
NO
MT
CY
I3+
P mbar
28
37
-
-
CY
m3/h
CZ
SK
SI
GR
IS
HU
Predisposto a gas: - Gas preset: - Prevu pour gaz:
Eingestelt für Gas: - Preparado para gas: - Geschuckt voor:
V AC
kW
Hz
MADE IN ITALY
THE APPLIANCE MUST BE CONNECTED IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE LAWS IN FORCE
AND INSTALLED IN A WELL-VENTILATED ROOM. READ THE INSTRUCTION MANUALS
BEFORE INSTALLING AND USING THE APPLIANCE.
THE APPLIANCE MUST BE INSTALLED BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
G30/G31
G20
28/37 mbar
20 mbar
3 - TECHNICAL DATA
Model
Dimensions
(LxPxH+H1) - mm.
Basins Nr.
Capacity - Lt.
Nr.
AGB 595/WP Gas deep fat fryer - 1 tank - manual control
400 x 655 x 430-300
1
10
51BQ2904
AGB 596/WP Gas deep fat fryer - 2 tanks - manual control
800 x 655 x 430-300
2
10 + 10
51BQ2904
AGB 512/WP Gas deep fat fryer - 1 tank - manual control
400 x 700 x 510-300
1
10
51BQ2904
AGB 513/WP Gas deep fat fryer - 2 tanks - manual control
800 x 700 x 510-300
2
10 + 10
51BQ2904
AGB 517/WP Gas deep fat fryer - 1 tank - manual control
400 x 700 x 1085-875
1
10
51BQ2904
AGB 518/WP Gas deep fat fryer - 2 tanks - manual control
800 x 700 x 1085-875
2
10 + 10
51BQ2904
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Description
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TABLE 1
Model
AGB 595/WP
AGB 596/WP
AGB 517/WP
AGB 518/WP
AGB 512/WP
AGB 513/WP
Category
II2H3+
Construction type
A
Air necessary for combustion
m3/h
14
28
Nominal thermal power
kW
6.9
13.8
Minimum thermal power
kW
-
-
Overall thermal power (gas)
AGB 595/WP
6.9
kW
AGB 517/WP
6.9
kW
AGB 512/WP
6.9
kW
AGB 596/WP
13.8 kW
AGB 518/WP
13.8 kW
AGB 513/WP
13.8 kW
Connection pressure
Methane gas 2H
G20
20 mbar
Liquid gas 3+
G30/G31
28/37 mbar
Gas connection values
Methane gas 2H
(HuB = 9.45 kWh/m3) m3/h
0.730
1.460
Liquid gas 3+
(HuB = 12.87 kWh/kg) kg/h
0.540
1.080
Reference
2 x 145
4 x 145
-
-
-
Reference
2 x 95
4 x 95
-
-
-
G20
Adjustable
Adjustable
G30/G31
20
2 x 20
Methane gas G20
1
1
Liquid gas G30/G31
2
2
Nozzles Ø 1/100 mm
G20
Main burner
G30/31
No. of nozzles, pilot burner
Primary air distance “A”
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Construction, equipment installed Attention!
and safety devices
When installing
Robust steel frame, with 4 legs (adjustable in height).
18/10 chrome-nickel steel outer panelling and tanks.
The oil is heated by burners in stainless steel (2 per
tank), built to withstand thermomechanical stress.
The pilot burner has has adjustable injectors.
The combustion chamber and flues are made of
electro-galvanised steel sheeting.
The temperature is set through a thermostat, which
controls the ignition and extinguishing of the burners.
The fry tops are fitted with a safety thermostat;
should the temperature of the oil exceed the safety
limit, the gas is automatically cut off.
the AGB 595/WP and
AGB 596/ WP models, make sure that the front
edge of the appliance is at a maximum distance
of 100 mm from that of the supporting surface.
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MAX 100 mm
Attention!
Activation of the safety thermostat means the appliance is not working properly; before using the
appliance again, call the service centre to carry
out a careful check of all functions.
Legal and technical requisites
During assembly, the following legal and technical
requisites should be adhered to:
- relevant national legislation;
ASSEMBLY
- local building and fire safety regulations;
Location
The appliance should be installed in a well ventilated room, and if possible under a range hood.
The appliance can be installed on its own or alongside other equipment.
If the appliance is to be installed near inflammable
walls, a minimum distance of 50 mm. around the sides and back should be allowed.
Place table-top appliances on a table or shelf in flame-proof material.
Before connecting up the appliance to the gas supply, check on the data plate that the appliance is fitted for the type of gas available.
If not, consult paragraph “Running the appliance on
other types of gas”, page 8.
- worksheet “Technical rules for installing gas”;
- worksheet “Technical rules for LP gas”;
- worksheet “Gas installations in industrial kitchens”;
- industrial injury legislation;
- local Gas Board regulations;
- current CEI regulations.
INSTALLATION
Assembly, installation and maintenance, i.e.: assembly, connecting the gas supply, checking power
rating, transforming or adapting the appliance to
run on other types of gas, and commissioning, must
all be done by contractors authorised by the local
Gas Board in accordance with local and national legislation.
Before doing anything else, seek advice from your
Gas Board.
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Installation procedure
Gas venting
To level the appliance correctly, adjust the height of
the four legs.
These appliances are A construction type, thus no
gas venting is required.
For advice on ventilating the premises where the
appliance is installed, observe current regulations.
Gas connection
The R 1/2” gas off-take on the appliance can either
be permanently fixed to the mains or made detachable using a standard gas tap.
If flexible hose is used, it must be in stainless steel
and to DIN 3383 part 1 or DIN 3384 standard.
After completing connection, check for leaks using a
special leak-detector spray.
Equipotential
The appliance must be connected to an equipotential system. The relative terminal can be found at the
rear of the appliance near the cable inlet, marked
by a label.
COMMISSIONING THE APPLIANCE
Before commissioning the appliance
Before commissioning the appliance, remove the
protective wrapping.
Thoroughly clean the work-surface and the outside
of the appliance using lukewarm water and detergent.
With a damp cloth eliminate all traces of the rustproofing applied in the workshop then dry with a
clean cloth.
Start-up
Before starting the appliance up, check that its specifications (category and type of gas used) match
those of the family and group of the gas available
locally.
If not, adapt the appliance to the gas family or
group required (see paragraph “Running the appliance on other types of gas”, page 8).
To start the appliance up, see the instructions for
regular use.
Testing the power rating
Use the specific nozzles for the rated output (see
table 1 in assembly instructions).
The following are the operating pressure tolerances to obtain the nominal power according to the agreed nozzles:
- from 15 to 22.5 mbar for gases of the second family;
- from 25 to 45 mbar for gases of the third family
(propane).
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The appliance will not work outside the above pressure thresholds.
If you wish to check the nominal capacity further,
you may do so using a gas meter according to the
so-called ”volumetric method”.
As a rule, however, it is sufficient to check that the
correct nozzles are being used.
Checking input pressure (Fig. 2)
Input pressure should be measured using a gauge
(e.g. a gooseneck pipe, min. resolution 0.1 mbar).
Remove screw (19) from the pressure socket and
connect it to the tube on the gauge; after measuring, the screw should be retightened absolutely
airtight (19).
Checking power rating using the
volumetric method
Using a gas meter and a chronometer, you can
read the volume of gas output per time unit.
The correct volume will be the value of “E” expressed in litres per hour (It/hr) or litres per minute
(It/min).
The following formula is used to calculate the value
of “E”:
E=
Capacity
Heat value
Capacity should only be measured when the appliance is at a standstill.
2
2
1
3
19
16
21
17
The heat value can be obtained from your local Gas
Board.
To obtain the nominal capacity in relation to the nominal pressure, consult table (1) (Gas Flow Setting).
WARNING
It is not possible to adjust nominal capacity in advance.
Checking power rating when using
LP gas
Check that the type of nozzles used match manufacturer's specifications.
Check that the pressure reducer installed on the appliance has an outlet pressure in compliance with
paragraph "Testing the power rating", page 7 (see
data plate or measure the pressure).
Checking the pilot light
When correctly adjusted, the pilot light flame will
completely surround the thermocouple and will not
flicker; if it does, turn the pilot flame adjusting screw
(37 - Fig. 1)
Checking the primary air
The appliances are fitted with primary air adjustement.
Air flow volume is correct when there is sufficient
protection against the flame becoming detached
when the burner is cold or flare-back when it is hot.
Checking the functions
- Start the appliance in accordance with the
instructions;
- Check the gas tubes for leaks;
- Check that the flame on the main burner lights
properly and is correctly formed;
- Check that the pilot light is correctly regulated;
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- Draw up a servicing and maintenance contract.
Note for the installer
- Explain and demonstrate to the user how the
machine works according to the instructions and
hand him this manual.
- Remind the user that any structural alterations to
the room housing the appliance may affect the
combustion air supply. Once the alterations have
been completed, the appliance and its functions
should be thoroughly checked.
Running the appliance on other types of gas
When changing to another type of gas, e.g. from natural to LP, or to another gas group, consult the “TECHNICAL DATA” table to determine the correct
nozzles to use.
The nozzles for the main burners for different types
of gas, marked in 100ths of mm, are in a case supplied with the appliance. When the appliance has
been transformed or adapted, recheck its functions
as described in paragraph "Checking the functions".
Replacing the main burner nozzle
(Fig. 1)
To change nozzle (30), loose the fixing screws holding the control panel in place. Remove the panel.
Using a No. 11 wrench, unscrew the nozzle from the
nozzle holder; replace with a new nozzle (see “TECHNICAL DATA” table).
To make changing the nozzle easier, loosen screw
(39) to push the air adjustment sleeve back.
After fitting the nozzle, reset primary air distance
“A” (see “TECHNICAL DATA” table).
Adjusting the pilot burner (Fig. 1)
REPLACING PARTS
To get at the pilot burner, remove the control panel
(as previously described). Unscrew nut (34) and
using a screwdriver adjust the by-pass. For use with
LPG, the adjusting screw must be fully screwed
down. Tighten the nut, making sure the gasket has
been inserted.
All parts must be replaced by authorised technicians only!
To replace the following parts, remove the control
panel (after unscrewing its fixing screws). It is advisable to empty the tank.
Adjusting the primary air
Valve (1 - Fig. 2)
To adjust the primary air according to the data in table (1), the fixing screw (99 - Fig. 1) must be loosened.
Unscrew the fitting (3, 16, 21, 17) and loosen the
fixing screws. The valve may now be removed and
replaced with a new one. Replace and screw down
all parts in the correct order.
MAINTENANCE
Safety thermostat (11 - Fig. 3)
Attention!
Unscrew the fixing nut and the nut fixing the bulb in
the tank, disconnect and insert the new part.
Before carrying out any maintenance or repair
work, disconnect the appliance from the mains.
Burner (31 - Fig. 1)
The following maintenance programme should be
carried out at least once a year:
- Check that all the safety and setting devices are
working properly;
- Check that the burners are working properly with
regard to:
- ignition
- combustion safety;
- Check the functions of the appliance as described in paragraph "Checking the functions", page
8;
- Check the gas venting path (make sure the gas
is correctly evacuated).
Unscrew the nut (29) and remove the nozzle-holder
(28). Loosen the screws (26) fixing the burner to the
chamber. Replace the burner.
Thermocouple (38 - Fig. 1)
Unscrew the nipple fixing the thermocouple to the
valve, loosen the 2 screws on the pilot burner and
replace the thermocouple. To simplify the operation
(and all those concerning the pilot burner), screws
(25) may be removed and the pilot burner moved to
a more accessible position.
Ignition plug (32 - Fig. 1)
Disconnect the ignition wire, loosen the two fixing
screws and insert a new plug. To simplify the operation, see the above-mentioned position.
WARNING
Everytime a replacement involving gas input
parts is made, recheck all functions and test for
leakage.
1
28
38
32
30
37
29
99
31
34
26
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3
AGB 518/WP
AGB 517/WP
11
11
10
10
13
13
10
11
13
12
12
AGB 595/WP
AGB 512/WP
AGB 596/WP
AGB 513/WP
11
11
10
10
13
13
10
11
13
12
12
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USING THE APPLIANCE
Warning!
Lighting the main burner of the tank
- Beware of inexpert handling!
- Old and dirty oil or frying fat can represent a real fire hazard; make sure only new oil or frying fat are
used each time you start frying.
- The food you intend to fry should always be dry;
wet food causes the oil to foam and overflow.
- Frying excessively large quantities of food at a time also causes the oil to foam; never exceed 0,8 kg.
- If the level of oil in the bath falls below the low level mark stamped on it, the risk of fire will increase.
- Never leave the appliance on without any oil in it.
The lid delivered with the appliance should always
be kept within easy reach. In case of fire, it should
be used to douse the flames.
To ligth the main burner, turn the knob to the position required. The 7 positions correspond approximately to the following temperatures:
Preparation for use
Before frying for the first time, it is advisable to thoroughly clean the appliance and above all the tank
(see paragraph "Taking care of the appliance frequency of maintenance", page 12).
Position
degrees °C
1
110
2
125
3
140
4
150
5
165
6
180
7
190
Extinguishing
To extinguish the main burner, turn the knob to the
rigth as far as the position
: just the pilot burner
remains lit; the pilot burner may also be etinguished
by continuing to turn the knob until the position "0".
Filling the tank
Check that the oil drainage outlet is closed. Fill the
tank up to the maximum level mark with frying oil or
liquid fat.
Turning on and off (Figs. 3 - 4)
Turn on gas supply.
Lighting the pilot burner
Press the knob (13 - Fig. 3) and turn the to the left as
far as position
; keep the knob pressed down
and at the same time press the ignition button (13 Fig. 3).
Keep the knob pressed down fully for another 15-20
seconds after the pilot burner has lit, to allow the
thermocouple to heat. If the pilot burner goes out,
repeat the operation. The pilot flame may be obser
ved through the hole provided for that purpose.
EMPTYING THE TANK
Table-top version
First of all a suitable bowl for emptying the oil into
should be found. The bowl should be heat-resistent
and designed not to allow the oil to spill when the
bath is being emptied, since this could be very dangerous.
It is advisable to filter frying oil and fat daily and to
change completely when necessary.
Insert the drainage tube as shown in the drawing,
place the container underneath. Open the drainage
outlet.
Important
Make sure the distance between the front edge of
the supporting surface and that of the appliance
is respected.
5
4
MAX 120 mm
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Floor-standing version
Check that the standard container is available for
emptying procedure. The container should be placed correctly on the proper guides and fully inserted.
It is advisable to filter frying oil and fat daily and to
change completely when necessary.
Open the drainage tap; when the tank is empty, close the tap before removing the container.
Turning off in an emergency
In the case of malfunctioning, turn off the appliance
as described in paragraph "Turning on and off" and
turn off the gas supply”, page 11.
What to do in the case of malfunctioning or if the appliance is not to
be used for a long period
When the appliance is not to be used for a long time,
clean thoroughly and turn off the gas supply.
In the case of malfunctioning or failure, turn off the
gas supply and disconnect from the mains.
Call the service centre.
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TAKING CARE OF THE APPLIANCE
FREQUENCY OF MAINTENANCE
Warning!
Never clean the appliance with jets of water,
whether direct or pressurised.
Allow the machine to cool down before cleaning
Giving the appliance a thorough clean every day
(after turning it off) will keep it in perfect working order and make it last longer.
All steel parts should be cleaned with water and a
detergent, using a damp cloth; do not use abrasive
substances or corroding detergents.
Do not use steel wool, which could leave traces of
rust.
For the same reason, avoid touching the appliance
with anything made of iron.
Do not clean any parts of the appliance other than
the grilling plate with emery or sandpaper. If absolutely necessary, you may use powdered pumice
stone.
If the appliance is extremely dirty, use a synthetic
sponge such as Scotchbrite.
After cleaning the appliance, rinse with clean water
and dry with a clean cloth.
To make cleaning easier the basket support may be
removed.
To do this, loosen the fixing screws. After cleaning,
make sure the device is replaced correctly.
All maintenance work must be carried out by qualified personnel only.
Have the appliance checked at least once a year;
we strongly recommend that you stipulate a servicing and maintenance contract with your supplier.
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WARNING
DUE TO ITS POLICY OF CONTINUAL PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT, THE MANUFACTURER RESERVES THE RIGHT
TO MAKE ANY CHANGES DEEMED NECESSARY.
THE MANUFACTURER CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE IF THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL ARE NOT OBSERVED.
WHIRLPOOL EUROPE srl
V.le Guido Borghi, 27
I – 21025 Comerio – VA
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