OPERATION AND SERVICE MANUAL
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OPERATION AND
SERVICE MANUAL
TYPE K DEPOSITORS
Type K Pancake Dispenser
Type K Donut Depositor
Quality bakery equipment for over 80 years
Type K Hushpuppy Depositor
BELSHAW ADAMATIC BAKERY GROUP
814 44TH STREET NW SUITE 103
AUBURN, WA 98001
USA
800.578.2547 USA/Canada (+1)206.322.5474 International
WWW.BELSHAW-ADAMATIC.COM
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Quality bakery equipment for over 80 years
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR TYPE K DEPOSITORS
(Video of Type K Pancake Dispenser disassembly and reassembly is available at
http://www.belshaw.com/support)
How to Remove the Plunger
The plunger of the depositor is locked in place with a peg key, held in place
by the operating spring. This key is fixed to the release tab, which is located
under the lower end of the spring. By lifting on the release tab, the peg key
can be raised out of the slot in the hopper arch; then by rotating the release
tab and the upper bearing ½ turn, the square key on the upper bearing can
be cleared through the slot in the hopper arch. The plunger assembly may
then be lifted up and removed from the hopper.
How to Disassemble Plunger for Cleaning
Unlock the lock spring from the two legs on the tube, slide tube from the upper piston. Lift inner valve from the tube taking care not to force or drop this
part as it is very delicate and can be easily damaged. After parts have been
cleaned, they should be lightly oiled to prevent sticking. To reassemble,
reverse the disassembly procedure, insert valve into the tube, being certain
it is fully seated. Pass the tube legs through the upper piston and when fully
seated, re-hook the lock spring.
How to Use the Dial Adjustment
The machine will deposit 8 different weights of batter by using the dial adjustment. The numbers on the dial, reading the number which is below the
slot in which the selector pin is inserted, will indicate the sizes #1-#8. The
largest deposit of batter is made by setting #8. 1. Push the dial down from
the knob to release it from the peg. 2. Rotate the dial to the desired number.
3. Release the dial, sliding the peg into the slot. DO NOT try to change the
dial setting without first depressing the spring to release the selector peg.
DO NOT FORCE or use any tool on the dial. It operates freely when the
instructions are followed.
How to Operate the Type K and Batter Boy Depositors
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
How to Replace the Plunger
Insert the plunger into the hopper, passing the plunger rod through the slot
in the hopper arch. Then start the piston into the cylinder, as the piston
enters the cylinder, the square key on the side of the upper bearing should
be passed through the slot in the hopper arch. To lock in place, press down
on the handle and lift the release tab to allow the upper bearing to be further
depressed until the square key on the upper bearing which has passed
through the hopper arch can be rotated ½ turn. When the upper bearing
has been rotated ½ turn the release tab may be lowered and the peg key on
the release tab will lock into the slot in the hopper arch.
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7.
8.
See that the plunger is properly locked in place as per instructions on
“How to replace plunger.”
Operate the machine while it is empty to be certain that it operates
freely.
Set the dial adjustment as per instructions “How to use the dial adjustment,” to the size desired.
Fill the hopper with batter. Hold the machine over the mixing bowl,
depress the knob all the way down and release to eject all of the air
out of the valves.
Hold the bottom of the depositor about 1 ½ inches from the griddle,
fryer, or cupcake pan. Depress knob, then release. Keep hopper will
filled to prevent air from getting into the valve mechanism.
If deposits are not the size desired, change the size by setting the dial
adjustment.
The machine should be cleaned as soon as possible after use. Remove the plunger following the instructions above. Then disassemble
the plunger following the instructions.
Wash and dry all parts of the depositor, oil lightly to prevent sticking,
then reassemble, following the above instructions.
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CARE, MAINTENANCE, and CLEANING
INSTRUCTIONS for PLUNGERS and HOPPERS
The plungers and hoppers of your Type K are precision instruments built
from alloy steels and aluminum. They should be handled with care to
insure continued satisfactory performance.
When cleaning aluminum, selection of the right type cleaner is your most
important consideration. Any household dish washing detergent which
is safe for aluminum does a good job of cleaning and does not attack
aluminum. Strong Alkali cleaners, such as lye, soda ash, and tri-sodium
phosphate, will discolor or even corrode aluminum even in weak solutions.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CARE OF
PANCAKE PLUNGERS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
The pancake plunger must be disassembled and cleaned thoroughly after every use.
Remove plunger – Using thumb lift up on Spring Cup Lock Assembly (K-11A), turn 180 degrees, plunger should release from handle.
Remove Cage Assembly (K-22A) by releasing Lock Spring.
Remove Valve Assembly (K-20) from Cage Assembly (K-22A).
Clean all parts in warm water with recommended detergents.
Dry completely.
Reassemble plunger.
DO NOT HANDLE ROUGHLY or drop on hard surfaces.
DO NOT MIX with other utensils in the sink when washing.
DO NOT ALLOW TO RUST. Always wash parts thoroughly.
DRY COMPLETELY AND THEN LUBRICATE with mineral oil or liquid
shortening before storing or reinstalling in unit.
NOTE: O-Rings are not used on plungers for Type K
Depositors
DO NOT FORCE the machine if it becomes jammed. Disassemble and
remove any obstruction to prevent damage to the plunger.
WASHING PLUNGERS AND HOPPERS BY HAND
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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Remove plunger from hopper.
Use plenty of warm water.
Add cleaner approved for aluminum in concentrations recommended by manufacturer.
Presoak to loosen stubborn or dried-on deposits.
Use a non-scratching plastic scour cloth to remove soil and restore
luster.
Rinse in clear hot water (170-190 deg.)
Wipe completely dry.
Dip plungers in mineral oil or liquid shortening to prevent rust and
sticking.
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TYPE K PANCAKE DISPENSER
PARTS BREAKDOWN
K-3
Notched lock
K-10
Collar
K-11A
Spring Cup Lock Assembly
K-20
Valve Assembly
K-22A
Cage Assembly
K-24A
Pushbutton Assembly
K-26
Dial
K-28
Center Rod
(must be fitted at factory)
K-29
Operating Spring
K-30
Lock Spring
K-43
Spring Pin (2)
5/64 x 1/2 SS. each
K-44
Groove Pin
(5/64 x 1/2 SS.)
K-1004
Hopper and Bail Assembly
K-1028
Skirt Valve Assembly
K-1013A Plunger Assembly
(Includes K-3, K-10, K-11A, K-20, K-22A, K-24A,
K-26, K-28, K-29, K-30, K-43 (2), K-44, K-1028)
Note:
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The Type K Pancake Dispenser does not accept a
Donut or Hushpuppy Plunger
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TYPE K DONUT DEPOSITOR
PARTS BREAKDOWN
K-4
Dial
K-7
‘T’ Handle
K-10L
Collar
K-11A
Spring Cup Lock Assembly
K-15
Center Rod
(must be fitted at factory)
K-16
Operating Spring
K-17
Piston (1-9/16”)
K-43
Spring Pin (2)
K-44
Groove Pin (2)
K-1004
Hopper and bail assembly (1-9/16”)
K-1024
Spider Valve assembly
K-1026
Floating Valve assembly (1-9/16”)
K-1011S Star Plunger assembly (1-9/16”)
(includes K-2S, K-3, K-4, K-7 K-10, K-11A, K-15, K-43 K-16, K-17,
K-1024, K-1025, K-44)
K-1011A Plain Plunger assembly (1-9/16”)
(includes K-3, K-4, K-7 K-10, K-11A, K-15, K-43 K-16, K-17, K-1024,
K-1025, K-44)
K-1042
Plain Plunger assembly (1” mini)
(includes K-3, K-4, K-7 K-10, K-11A, K-15, K-43 K-16, K-17, K-1024,
K-1025, K-44)
Type K Donut Depositor also accepts these plungers:
K-1013A Pancake Plunger Assembly (1-9/16”)
(Includes K-3, K-10, K-11A, K-20, K-22A, K-24A, K-26, K-28, K-29,
K-30, K-43 (2), K-44, K-1028)
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K-1038
Hushpuppy Plunger Assembly (1-9/16”)
(Includes K-3, K-4, K-7, K-10, K-11A, K-53, K-16, K-51, K-1024,
K-1026)
Note 1
The depositor accepts EITHER a 1” plunger OR a 1-9/16” plunger.
Different sizes are not interchangeable
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TYPE K HUSHPUPPY DEPOSITOR
PARTS BREAKDOWN
K-3
Notched lock
K-4
Dial
K-7
‘T’ Handle
K-10L
Collar
K-11A
Spring Cup Lock Assembly
K-53
Center Rod
(must be fitted at factory)
K-16
Operating Spring
K-51
Piston (1-9/16”)
K-43
Spring Pin (2)
5/64 x 1/2 SS. each
K-44
Groove Pin (2)
5/64 x 1/2 SS. each
K-1004
Hopper and Bail Assembly
K-1024
Spider Valve Assembly
K-1026
Floating Valve Assembly
K-1038
Plunger Assembly
(Includes K-3, K-4, K-7, K-10, K-11A, K-53, K-16, K-51, K-1024, K-1026)
Also accepts:
K-1013A Pancake Plunger Assembly (1-9/16”)
K-1011A Plain Donut Plunger assembly (1-9/16”)
K-1011S Star Donut Plunger assembly (1-9/16”)
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WARRANTY, TERMS AND CONDITIONS
TABLES
ABLES AND
AND FORMULAS
ORMULAS USED
SED IN
IN DONUT
ONUT MAKING
AKING
D FORMULAS
USED Water
IN DONUT
MAKING
Calculating
Calculating Correct
Correct Water
Temperature
Temperature
The
TheTemperature
following
following isis an
an example
example of
of how
how to
to calculate
calculate the
the correct
correct water
water temperature
temperature to
to use.
use. You
You must
must use
use your
your own
own
Water
room
room temperature,
temperature, dry
dry mix
mix temperature,
temperature, desired
desired batter
batter temperature,
temperature, and,
and, ifif you
you are
are making
making yeast-raised
yeast-raised donuts,
donuts,
f how to calculate the correct water temperature to use. You must use your own
estimated
estimated temperature
temperature increase
increase during
during mixing.
mixing.
mperature, desired batter temperature, and, if you are making yeast-raised donuts,
Cake
Cake Donuts
Donuts
Yeast-Raised
Yeast-Raised Donuts
Donuts
e during mixing.
Cake Donuts
mperature
mperature
Total A
mperature
Total B
Total B
-Total A
ke donuts
Yeast-Raised
°F
°F Donuts °C
°C
Room
Room temperature
temperature
72
72
22.2
22.2
°C
°F
°C
+21.1
Dry
Dry mix
mix temperature
temperature
+70
+70
+21.1
22.2
72
22.2
Total
142
43.3
Total A
A
142
43.3
+21.1
+70
+21.1
43.3
142
43.3
Desired
75
23.9
Desired batter
batter temperature
temperature
75
23.9
x3
x3
x3
x3
75
23.9
80
26.7
Total
225
71.7
Total BB
225
71.7
x3
x3
x3
x3
225
71.7
240
80.1
Total
225
71.7
Total BB
225
71.7
-43.3
-Total
-142
-Total A
A
-142
-43.3
225
71.7
240
80.1
Desired
Desired water
water temp.
temp. for
for cake
cake donuts
donuts
28.4°C
28.4°C
83°F
-142
-43.3
-14283°F
-43.3
°F
72
+70
142
98
36.8
28.4°C
83°F
Figure
Figure from
from above
above
↓
↓
Temperature
Temperature
increase
increase
during
during
mixing
mixing
(average:
(average:
30°F/17°C)
30°F/17°C)
Figure from above
98
36.8
Desired
for
donuts
Desired water
water temperature
temperature
for yeast-raised
yeast-raised
donuts
-30
-17
rease during mixing (average: 30°F/17°C)
d water temperature for yeast-raised donuts
68°F
19.8°C
°F
°F
72
72
+70
+70
142
142
°C
°C
22.2
22.2
+21.1
+21.1
43.3
43.3
80
80
x3
x3
240
240
26.7
26.7
x3
x3
80.1
80.1
240
240
-142
-142
98
98
↓↓
98
98
-30
-30
68°F
68°F
80.1
80.1
-43.3
-43.3
36.8
36.8
↓↓
36.8
36.8
-17
-17
19.8°C
19.8°C
Ratios
Ratios of
of Plunger
Plunger Sizes
Sizes to
to
Temperature
Temperature Conversion
Conversion
r Sizes
to Weights
Temperature Conversion
Donut
Donut
Weights
To
To convert
convert temperatures
temperatures from
from Fahrenheit
Fahrenheit to
to Celsius,
Celsius,
subtract
subtract
32
32 from
from °F
°F and
and divide
divide the
the result
result by
by 1.8.
1.8.
to Celsius,
The
The weights
weights given
given are
areTo
for
forconvert
donuts
donuts temperatures
without
without icings
icingsfrom
or
or Fahrenheit
For
Forby
example,
example,
212°F-32/1.8
212°F-32/1.8 == 100°C.
100°C.
other
other toppings.
toppings. They
They are
are provided
provided
for
for reference
reference
subtract
32
from
°F
and
divide
the
result
1.8.
uts without icings or
To
To convert
convert temperatures
temperatures from
from Celsius
Celsius to
to Fahrenheit,
Fahrenheit,
only,
only, as
as weights
weights vary
vary according
according
to
to the
the
density
density of
of the
the
For
example,
212°F-32/1.8
= 100°C.
ided for reference
multiply
multiply
°C
°C by
by 1.8
1.8 and
and add
add 32
32 to
to the
the result.
result. For
For
batter.
batter.
To
convert
temperatures
from
Celsius
to
Fahrenheit,
g to the density of the
example,
example,
(100°C
(100°C
x
x
1.8)
1.8)
+
+
32
32
=
=
212°F.
212°F.
multiply
°C by
1.8 andper
add 32 to the result. For
Plunger
Plunger Size
Size
Donut
Donut
Weight
Weight
per
example,
(100°C x 1.8) + 32 = 212°F. °F
°F
°C
°C
°F
°F
°C
°C
Dozen
Dozen
nut Weight per
55
55
12.8
12.8
340
340
171.1
171.1
°F
°C
°F
°C
zen
1”
1”
5-8
5-8 oz/142-227
oz/142-227 gg
60
60
15.6
15.6
345
345
173.9
173.9
11 7/16”
7/16”
10-17
10-17 oz/283-482
oz/283-482
gg 340
55
12.8
171.1
-8 oz/142-227 g
65
65
18.3
18.3
350
350
176.7
176.7
11 9/16”
9/16”
14-21
14-21 oz/397-595
oz/397-595
gg 345
60
15.6
173.9
-17 oz/283-482 g
70
70
21.2
21.2
355
355
179.4
179.4
11 13/16”
13/16”
19-23 oz/539-652
oz/539-652
gg 350
6519-23
18.3
176.7
-21 oz/397-595 g
75
75
23.9
23.9
360
360
182.2
182.2
70
21.2
355
179.4
-23 oz/539-652 g
80
80
26.7
26.7
365
365
185.0
185.0
75
23.9
360
182.2
325
325
162.8
162.8
370
370
187.8
187.8
80
26.7
365
185.0
330
330
165.6
165.6
375
375
190.6
190.6
325
162.8
370
187.8
335
335
168.3
168.3
380
380
193.3
193.3
330
165.6
375
190.6
335
168.3
380
193.3
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Type
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CAREFULLY:
THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR ALL BELSHAW ADAMATIC BAKERY GROUP
(“SELLER”) EQUIPMENT, PARTS, AND SERVICE PROJECTS ARE LIMITED TO
THOSE CONTAINED HEREIN. ANY LANGUAGE THAT IS IN ADDITION TO OR
DIFFERENT FROM THAT WHICH IS WRITTEN IN THESE STANDARD TERMS
AND CONDITIONS IN ANY FORM DELIVERED BY YOU (“BUYER”) ARE HEREBY
DEEMED TO BE MATERIAL ALTERATIONS WHICH SHALL BE OBJECTED TO AND
REJECTED UNLESS AGREED TO BY THE SELLER PRIOR TO THE PURCHASE.
NO CHANGES WILL BE PERMITTED AFTER THE PURCHASE PROCESS.
BY ACCEPTING DELIVERY OF THE EQUIPMENT, PARTS OR SERVICES, THE
BUYER AGREES TO AND ACCEPTS ALL THE STATED TERMS AND CONDITIONS
OF SALE UNLESS THE SELLER AND THE BUYER HAS SIGNED A SEPARATE
AGREEMENT, IN WHICH CASE THE SEPARATE AGREEMENT WILL GOVERN.
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE
APPLY TO ALL EQUIPMENT AND/OR PARTS SOLD BY THE SELLER. DUE TO THE
COMPLEXITY OF EITHER BELSHAW OR ADAMATIC INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT, A
SEPARATE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE DOCUMENT WILL BE WRITTEN
SPECIFIC FOR THE PROJECT OR EQUIPMENT BEING SOLD AND WILL REQUIRE
THE SIGNATURE OF THE BUYER.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE FOR ANY SHIPMENT MADE OUTSIDE THE
UNITED STATES WILL REQUIRE REVISION AS THESE STANDARD TERMS AND
CONDITIONS WILL NOT APPLY IN MOST CASES. ANY EQUIPMENT SOLD IN THE
UNITED STATES AND EXPORTED TO AN INTERNATIONAL COUNTRY WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN CONSENT OF THE SELLER WILL BE CAUSE FOR ALL WARRANTY
AND RETURN PROVISIONS TO BE DEEMED NULL AND VOID.
EXECUTION:
Upon execution of this Agreement or upon delivering of an order for products, services,
or equipment identified in this Agreement (hereinafter collectively the “Equipment”), the
Buyer agrees to the following applicable terms and conditions.
DELIVERY and STORAGE:
Unless otherwise agreed to, all shipments are made F.O.B. Seller’s shipping point,
Auburn, WA. Risk of loss, damage or shortage shall pass from the Seller to the Buyer
upon delivery to and receipt by the freight carrier from the Seller. Although the Seller
will use all reasonable efforts to meet quoted and acknowledged delivery date(s),
they are approximate and not guaranteed. The Seller reserves the right to make
partial shipments unless otherwise agreed to prior to the purchase. If the shipment
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is postponed or delayed for any reason by the Buyer, the Buyer agrees to reimburse the
Seller for all storage costs and any other expenses resulting from this.
Damaged Shipment -- As a matter of customer service, the Seller will assist in filing
damage or shortage claims, provided the equipment was shipped prepaid and add. If the
shipment was sent “Freight Collect,” the Buyer has the full responsibility of filing the claim
against the freight company. In all cases, the Buyer has the responsibility to inspect the
shipment for completeness and to assure it is free of any visible damage. If the order
does not appear complete or there is visible damage, the Buyer must mark “shipment
not complete” or “visible damage upon receipt” on the Bill of Lading and notify the Seller
and freight carrier no later than one (1) day after the shipment was received. To make
resolution of the claim easier, it is recommended that the Buyer photograph all visible
damage and forward copies to the Seller and freight carrier. All concealed freight damage
claims must be submitted to the freight carrier no later than fifteen (15) calendar days after
receipt of the shipment.
INSTALLATION:
Where applicable, the Buyer at its own expense shall arrange for timely completion
of all necessary preparations for installation, including permits and utilities (water,
gas, electricity, HVAC, etc.) for the purchased equipment. All utilities must conform to
equipment requirements as provided by Seller. The Buyer is responsible for the suitable
construction of foundations or flooring under the equipment. The Buyer shall provide safe,
suitable working conditions for the installation of the equipment. The Buyer is responsible
for the cost of modifying equipment sold by the Seller in order to comply with federal, state
and local codes. If installation, trial run or start-up cannot begin, continue or be accepted
due to a cause for which the Seller has no control, the Buyer shall pay the Seller for any
delays, waiting time or travel expenses incurred as a result of this.
SALES TAX:
It is the responsibility of the Buyer to collect and/or pay all Sales, Use or other applicable
taxes to the local state taxing authority, as required by law. The Buyer must submit a
signed Resale Certificate for equipment purchased for resale or a signed Manufacturer’s
Sales and Use Tax Exemption Certificate for equipment engaged in manufacturing product
for resale. The manufacturing exemption regulations vary from State to State; please
consult your tax consultant for your exemption qualification. Further, the Buyer shall
indemnify and hold harmless Belshaw Adamatic Bakery Group for all costs, expenses and/
or penalties for the failure to pay sales, use or other applicable taxes.
UCC FILINGS:
Where applicable, the Buyer understands and agrees that the Belshaw Adamatic Bakery
Group retains title of all equipment until said equipment is paid for in full. Further, the
Buyer agrees that as part of the sales contract they will be required to sign a Security
Agreement. Further, the Buyer agrees that the Belshaw Adamatic Bakery Group may file
any and all protective UCC filings in relation to the Equipment or this Agreement including,
but are not limited to, financing statements, financing statement amendments, correction
statements, information requests, and addendums to the full extent allowed by law
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By executing this Agreement, the Buyer represents that the Buyer is fully authorized,
as either a principal of the Buyer or a personal guarantor of the Buyer, to enter into all
obligations related to the UCC filings
In states where permissible, the Buyer explicitly authorizes the filing and recording of
UCC financing statements showing the Belshaw Adamatic Bakery Group’s interest in the
Equipment as a secured party and grants the Belshaw Adamatic Bakery Group the right to
execute Buyer’s name as debtor thereto. The Buyer further agrees to provide the Belshaw
Adamatic Bakery Group any and all requested information necessary for any UCC Filings.
This information includes but is not limited to all current address, contact information,
organization identification number, and any other information as required.
CREDIT INFORMATION:
The Buyer further authorizes Belshaw Adamatic Bakery Group and its actual or potential
affiliates, successors, designees, or assignees to obtain consumer credit reports relating
to the Buyer’s credit history and/or creditworthiness. The Buyer’s authorization shall
extend to obtaining a credit profile in considering this application and subsequently for
the purposes of update, renewal or extension of such credit or additional credit and for
reviewing or collecting the resulting account. The Buyer also authorizes the Belshaw
Adamatic Bakery Group, trade references, and financial institutions the right to release
credit information.
LIMITED WARRANTY:
This document is a summary of the major features of the Seller’s warranty. Please
reference the Seller’s Limited Warranty document for complete details of our warranty
program. The Seller warrants its equipment to be free from defects in workmanship and
material which result in equipment failure under normal use and service. The Seller’s
entire liability under this Warranty is limited to repairing or replacing free of charge (at the
Seller’s factory or at Buyer’s premises as determined by Seller) any equipment or parts
thereof which are determined to be defective by the Seller. Unless otherwise specified or
agreed to by the Seller, all equipment carries a parts and labor warranty for a period of one
(1) year from the date of shipment, with the following limitations:
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Consumable parts and wear items (i.e., lights, gaskets, seals, O-rings, etc.) are not
warranted.
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Routine general maintenance, preventative maintenance, periodic adjustments and/
or de-liming is not warranted.
•
Equipment or component failures resulting from out-of-spec utilities (i.e., improper
water quality, incorrect power input, etc.) are not warranted.
•
Warranty coverage only applies to equipment sold to the original Buyer and/or End
User at its original place of installation. This warranty is not transferable.
•
Shipping damage is not warranted.
•
Pumps and Motors on the SF line of Shortening Filters (SF18, SF24, SF34) are not
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warranted where (non-liquid) Trans Fat Free shortening is used.
The Seller has sole and final discretion in determining whether a warranty claim is
due to defects in workmanship or material. No warranty shall apply in the event of
modifications, abuse, improper use, abnormal operating conditions or failure to follow all
specified maintenance and cleaning procedures. Should any equipment require repairs or
replacement under this warranty, the Seller may use later-generation or equivalent parts
with the same functions or features as the parts being repaired or replaced. Repair and
replacement materials and labor not covered by warranty shall be at the Buyer’s expense.
This Limited Warranty is provided by the Seller with respect to equipment or parts and is
in lieu of and excludes all other warranties, express or implied, arising by operation, law or
otherwise, including, without limitation, merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose,
whether or not the Seller’s equipment is specifically designed and/or manufactured by
the Seller for the Buyer’s use or purpose. The Seller is not liable for any consequential
damages.
CANCELLATIONS, RETURNS and DELAY IN ACCEPTANCE:
Any cancellation by the Buyer after receipt of their order may result in a cancellation
penalty equal to 30% of the order value or the calculated cost of materials, labor and
overhead for the ordered equipment at the time of cancellation, whichever is greater.
Buyer must give disposition of canceled equipment within 30 days of cancellation date.
If Buyer fails to give disposition for canceled equipment within the period, Seller shall be
authorized to dispose of canceled equipment as Seller sees fit.
ALL Special Orders and/or custom equipment will be identified as such and cannot be
canceled or returned. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Unless otherwise specified, the Seller offers the Buyer a thirty (30) calendar day return
policy on most equipment or parts sold based on the date of invoicing. All requests for
cancellation or return requests must be submitted in writing and received at Seller’s home
office (Auburn, WA) within thirty (30) calendar days from the invoice date.
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Return Restrictions:
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Defective “Non-Usable” Equipment – The Buyer may return most defective “nonusable” equipment or parts directly to Seller within thirty (30) calendar days from the date
of invoicing. The Seller has the sole discretion on which option applies -- credit, repair,
replacement or exchange. After this thirty (30) calendar day period only the Seller’s
warranty applies
o
Non-Defective Equipment – The Buyer may return most non-defective equipment
or parts, unless they are specified as special order or custom, directly to the Seller within
thirty (30) calendar days from the date of invoicing. In this situation the Seller will impose
a mandatory restocking fee which will reduce the value of any credit or exchange by 20%
of original invoice amount or $50, whichever is greater.
•
Shipment of Returned Equipment or Parts:
o
Return Goods Authorization (RGA) Number -- No return of any type will be accepted
by the Seller unless accompanied by a unique RGA number, which the Buyer must obtain
by providing the following information to Seller’s Customer Service Agent. The required
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information is your customer number, applicable invoice number, equipment serial number,
and details of the Buyer’s reason for the return. The Buyer has thirty (30) calendar days
to return the equipment and/or part from the date that the applicable RGA is issued. After
such date, the RGA issued is invalid and the Seller reserves the right to refuse the return.
The Seller will not accept the return of any equipment or part that has not been assigned
an RGA number.
o
Returned Equipments Must Be Complete, Clean and Free of Damage -- All
equipment or parts MUST be returned 100% complete, including all original boxes, packing
materials, manuals, blank warranty cards and other accessories provided by Seller. The
equipment MUST be clean, free of any damage and in the same condition as delivered
to the Buyer. The Seller reserves the right to refuse the return of any equipment or part
that does not conform to this provision. If accepted, the cost of reconditioning and the
aforementioned restocking fee will be charged.
o
Responsibility for Shipping Costs and Risk -- The Buyer is responsible for the cost of
shipping all returned items; the Seller is responsible for the cost of shipping replacements
or exchanges of returned items and will match Buyer’s shipping method provided the
returned items are not due to the Seller’s fault. Buyer must adequately pack or crate the
returned equipment to protect from damage in transit.
o
Buyer Shipping Insurance -- The Buyer is strongly advised to purchase full insurance
to cover loss and damage in transit for shipments of returned equipment or parts and to
always use a carrier or shipping method that provides proof of delivery. The Seller is not
responsible for damage or loss during shipment.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY:
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES AND NOTWITHSTANDING THE FAILURE OF
ESSENTIAL PURPOSE OF ANY REMEDY SET FORTH HEREIN, WILL THE
SELLER, ITS AFFILIATES OR ITS OR THEIR SUPPLIERS, SUBCONTRACTORS OR
AGENTS BE LIABLE FOR: (A) ANY INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, PUNITIVE
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOSS OF
PROFITS, BUSINESS, REVENUES OR SAVINGS , EVEN IF SELLER HAS BEEN
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITIES OF SUCH DAMAGES OR IF SUCH DAMAGES ARE
OTHERWISE FORESEEABLE, IN EACH CASE, WHETHER A CLAIM FOR ANY SUCH
LIABILITY IS PREMISED UPON BREACH OF CONTRACT, WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE,
STRICT LIABILITY OR OTHER THEORY OF LIABILITY; (B) ANY CLAIMS, DEMANDS
OR ACTIONS AGAINST BUYER BY ANY THIRD PARTY; (C) ANY LOSS OR CLAIM
ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH BUYER’S IMPLEMENTATION OF ANY
CONCLUSIONS OR RECOMMENDATIONS BY SELLER OR ITS AFFILIATES BASED
ON, RESULTING FROM, ARISING OUT OF OR OTHERWISE RELATED TO THE
EQUIPMENTS OR SERVICES; OR (D) ANY UNAVAILABILITY OF THE EQUIPMENT
FOR USE. IN THE EVENT OF ANY LIABILITY INCURRED BY SELLER OR ANY OF ITS
AFFILIATES, THE ENTIRE LIABILITY OF SELLER AND ITS AFFILIATES FOR DAMAGES
FROM ANY CAUSE WHATSOEVER WILL NOT EXCEED THE LESSER OF: (A) THE
DOLLAR AMOUNT PAID BY BUYER FOR THE EQUIPMENT(S) GIVING RISE TO THE
CLAIM OR THE SPECIFIC SERVICES GIVING RISE TO THE CLAIM; OR (B) $50,000.00.
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