Installation
This document is to be used in conjunction with the original manufacturer’s manual.
The symbols correspond with the numbered drawings of the original manual.
GB
01/2011
Contents
Introduction
Installation
Use, safety
Cleaning, hygiene and storage
Fault finding
Maintenance
Conformity with regulations
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Introduction
The User Manual contains useful information for the user on
how to work correctly and in complete safety, and is designed
to make it easier to use the machine (called «machine» or
«appliance» below).
What follows is in no case intended to be a long list of warnings
and constraints, but rather a series of instructions meant to
improve the service provided by the machine in every respect,
and particularly to avoid a series of injuries or damage to equipment that might result from inappropriate procedures for use
and management.
It is essential that all the people responsible for transporting,
installing, commissioning, using, maintaining, repairing or dismantling the machine should consult this manual and read it carefully
before proceeding with the various operations, in order to avoid
any incorrect or inappropriate handling that might be result in
damage to the machine or put people’s safety at risk.
It is just as important that the Manual should always be available
to the operator and it should be kept carefully where the machine
is used ready for easy and immediate consultation in case of any
doubt, or in any case, whenever the need arises.
If after reading the Manual, there are still any doubts concerning
how to use the machine, please do not hesitate to contact the
Manufacturer or approved After Sales Service provider, who
is constantly available to ensure quick and careful service for
improved machine operation and optimum efficiency.
Note that the safety, hygiene and environmental protection standards currently applicable in the country where the machine is
installed must always be applied during all phases of machine
operation. Consequently it is the user’s responsibility to ensure
that the machine is operated and used solely under the optimum
safety conditions laid down for people, animals and property.
Introduction
1.1 DESCRIPTION
The Multi Green is a food processor with two functions :
- Providing a «fresh cut» in the kitchen, for shredding, slicing and
grating (for the preparation of raw and cooked vegetables, fruits
and cheeses).
- The cutter equipment, for cutting, mincing and mixing (condiments, vegetables, meats, sauces, etc.).
Always ready and compact, it provides a rapid and economical
solution for the preparation of fresh food for catering.
Multi Green features :
1.1
1)
The motor base
A Feet
B Casing
C Body
D Drive spindle
E Start - stop buttons
On button (green) marked ON
Off button (red) marked OFF
2) The “Fresh cut” equipment
F Ejector
G 4 basic discs
H Feed hopper assembly
I
Large hopper
J Feed arm
K Small feed hopper
L Pusher
3) The cutter equipment
M Cover
N Angled blade rotor
O Bowl
Installation
2.1 DIMENSIONS - WEIGHT (for information only)
• Gross weight when packaged : 15.5 kg/ Net weight 14.5 kg
• Dimensions of packaging in mm :
L : 500 l : 260
h : 440
• Dimensions of Multi Green with :
A The «fresh cut» equipment
B The cutter equipment
2.2 LOCATION AND LAYOUT
2.1
• Account has been taken of ergonomical factors to allow the
Multi Green to be used in any position, to suit the conditions
imposed by the installation.
2.2
• Reception of the vegetables :
A on the left
B on the right
C in front
D at the back
• The Multi Green is to be fitted on a table of between 700 and
900 mm in height. Its 4 feet ensure perfect stability
• Fitted on a table, it can take a standard receiving bowl of
maximum height of 175 mm. If the bowl is higher than this, place
the machine on the edge of the table to discharge the products
above the receiving bowl.
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2.3 ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
ATTENTION !!
Connection to the electrical power supply must be done according to proper professional practice by a qualified and authorised
person (see current standards and legislation in the country of installation).
If an adapter is used on the socket, a check must be made that the electrical characteristics of this adapter are not lower than
those of the machine.
Do not use multiple plugs
The AC power supply to the machine must comply with the following conditions;
- Maximum voltage variation: ±5%
- Maximum frequency variation: ±1% on a continuous basis, ± 2% over short periods
ATTENTION: the electrical installation must comply (for design, creation and maintenance) with the legal and standard
requirements in the country where used.
- Before connecting the machine to the electrical power supply, check that the voltage of the electrical system is the same as
that marked on the rating plate and the label on the power cable.
- The machine’s electrical power supply must be protected against voltage surges (short-circuits and excess voltages) by
using fuses or thermal relays of the appropriate gauge relative to the place of installation and machine specifications - see the
specifications shown in column F of figure 2.3a
ATTENTION: Concerning protection against indirect contact (depending on the type of power supply provided and
connection of the exposed conductive parts to the equipotential protection circuit), refer to point 6.3.3 of EN 60204-1 (IEC
60204-1) with the use of protection devices for automatic shut-off of power in the event of an insulation fault with a TN or
TT system, or, for the IT system, with the use of a permanent insulation or differentials controller for automatic shut-off.
The requirements of IEC 60364-4-41, 413.1 must apply for this protection.
For example: in a TT system, a differential circuit breaker must be installed upline of the power supply, with a suitable
power cut-off (e.g.: 30 mA) on the earthing installation for the place where it is planned to install the machine.
ATTENTION: Failure to comply with these instructions means the customer runs the risk of machine failure and/or accidents due to direct or indirect contacts.
• The machine is connected to a single phase supply by means
of a moulded 2 pin + earth plug 10/16A rating.
• Before connecting the machine to the electrical power supply,
check that the voltage of the electrical system is the same as that
marked on the rating plate and the label on the power cable.
• The machine must be protected by a differential circuit breaker
and a 16 A fuse.
To PAT test the Electrolux Range of Food Preparation Equipment,
the PCB board needs to be disconnected before any test is done.
This is due to the fact that the boards are fitted with a grounding
diode that can give incorrect result during such a test. Also on a
standard appliance a flash test of 25 amps and up to 3000v is
used but, as you would expect, to use this on equipment, which
has a printed circuit, board would be quite destructive to that
board. We would recommend the use of a PAT tester approved
for computer systems which use a lower rate of amps.
The machine must be earthed using the green and
yellow wire
• Motor characteristics :
A
B
C
D
E
F
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The appliance is perfectly safe and is CE certificated. There are
two ways to get overcome this problem.
Number of phases (1 single phase)
Nominal voltage (Volts)
Frequency (Hertz)
Nominal power (Watts)
Nominal current (Amperes)
Size of fuse for protecting the electrical line (Amperes)
Indicative electrical consumption (Kwh)
· Disconnect the board as instructed and test using test for
PC’s,
· Or install the mixer on a fused spur (no plug) as this takes it
away from being a portable appliance and the PAT test is then
not needed.
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Use, safety
ATTENTION !!
Machine storage: -25°C to +50°C
Ambient temperature during operation: +4°C to +40°C
Clean the machine properly prior to its first use
This machine is for professional use and must be used by staff trained to use, clean and maintain it, in terms or reliability and
safety.
Use the machine in adequately lit premises (See applicable technical standard for the country of use. In Europe, refer to standard
EN 12464-1)
When handling the machine, always check that the parts taken hold of are not mobile elements: risk of dropping and injury to
the lower limbs.
Uncontrolled closure of the lid or ram press involves a risk of crushing the fingers.
ATTENTION: Stop the machine before opening the cover
Never put a hand in the ejection area while the machine is in operation; risk of injury. It is strictly forbidden to put the safety
systems out of action or modify them: Risk of permanent injury!!!!
Check that the safety devices operate correctly each time before using (see paragraph on «safety system adjustments»).
Never put a hand, a hard or frozen object in the appliance
For health and safety reasons, always use a washable or disposable strong head covering that covers the hair completely.
ATTENTION: All operations, whether using, cleaning or maintenance, present risks of cuts; never force and always keep
hands a reasonable distance from cutting edges.
Always use appropriate protective equipment when carrying out these operations.
The machine is not designed for use in explosive atmospheres.
3.1 USER SAFETY IS ENSURED BY :
- The braked stoppage of the motor when the feed arm is opened
so that there is no risk when loading.
- The motor not starting if either the hopper assembly or the
cutter cover is missing.
- The size of the small feed hopper for long vegetables and the
central opening of the cover.
- The absence of risk of access via the discharge chute due to
the design of the ejector and the discs.
- Respecting the instructions of this manual for the use, cleaning
and maintenance of the machine.
RESIDUAL RISKS
The machine presents the following residual risks;
• If a hand is placed in the area where the products are discharged, it may be crushed or trapped by the rotating parts of
the machine.
3.2 SET OF DISCS
Basic discs supplied with the machine : TD2 - TD3 - RD2
- ED2
3.2b
• RD Grating discs : grating from dia. 2 to dia. 7 mm
- Vegetables : carrots, grated celery, beetroots, horseradishes,
etc.
- Other : gruyère, mozzarella, walnuts, almonds, breadcrumbs,
chocolate, etc.
• ED shredding discs : for shredding.
3.2c
- Thin 2 x 2 mm : doorstep potatoes, grated celery, carrots
- Medium 3 x 3 mm : matchstick potatoes, carrots, etc.
3.2a
• TD slicing discs : straight cuts from 2 to 7 mm.
• WD slicing discs : crinkle cuts of 2 mm.
- Vegetables : potatoes, carrots, aubergines, beetroot, celery,
red and white cabbages, mushrooms, cucumbers, courgettes,
chicory, fennel, onions, leeks, radishes, etc.
- Fruits : almonds, bananas, lemons, oranges, apples, etc.
3.3 USE OF THE FRESH CUT EQUIPMENT
• The Multi Green is supplied with its feed hopper assembly and
ejector already fitted.
- Turn the hopper assembly in a clockwise direction to loosen
from the motor base and remove the ejector.
Note : Before use, always check the cleanliness of the cutting
chamber, the drive spindle, the ejector and the disc.
To equip the machine, fit :
3.3a
• The ejector onto the lower flat of the drive spindle and check
that it is correctly seated.
• The chosen disc (see set of discs § 3.2) on the upper flat of the
drive spindle and check that it is correctly seated.
3.3b
• The hopper assembly by positioning it above the motor base,
with the locks opposite the slots and the handle of the feed arm
on the same side as the electrical controls, then lower it down
as far as it will go.
- Turn it anticlockwise
to lock it up against its stop. The
external profile should match that of the body.
- Check that the lever can be moved easily.
3.3c
• To dismantle, follow the instructions in reverse order.
Tip : to remove the ejector easily, put your thumb in the middle
and fingers below on the discharge side.
3.3d
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3.4 CHOICE AND FUNCTIONS OF THE FEED HOPPERS
1) The large feed hopper with the feed arm.
2) The small feed hopper with removable feed pusher.
3.4c
• For slicing long products (carrots, chicory, cucumbers, leeks,
etc.), the opening is dia. 52 mm maximum.
• To slice, always insert long products tip first :
• Manual loading is carried out by inserting the products vertically
into the small hopper one at a time or in handfuls.
Tips for avoiding :
- angled and irregular cuts: place thin products in «head first».
- blockages, cut off the ends of the vegetables.
3.4a
A Slicing
B Shredding
C Grating
- Passage for large sized products (130 x 60 mm maximum).
3.4b
• Manual loading is carried out by inserting the products one at
a time or in handfuls into the large hopper, taking care to position
them correctly in order to avoid wastage. Pack «fragile» products
(tomatoes, citrus fruits) against the side.
3.5 USE OF THE LARGE FEED HOPPER AND THE FEED ARM
Multi Green will only operate if the hopper assembly is
correctly locked onto the motor base, otherwise the safety device
is engaged and the machine will not start (see §3.1).
3.5d
- Using the feed arm, insert the products into the feed hopper
until it reaches its lower stop.
- Raise the feed arm and begin a new cycle.
- When the work has been completed, press the red STOP
button.
3.5a
- Leave the feed pusher inside of the small feed hopper to
prevent the products from coming back out.
- Press the START button.
- Lift up the feed arm with one hand.
3.5b
Note : The force applied to the feed arm depends on :
- the product being used (soft product = less force)
- the cutter chosen (a grater requires more effort than a slicing
disc).
- As soon as the feed arm is clear of the large feed hopper, the
motor stops immediately, thus allowing the products to be
changed in complete safety.
3.5c
- When the feed arm is lowered, the motor will start up again
automatically.
3.6 USE OF THE SMALL FEED HOPPER AND THE FEED PUSHER
3.6
- Leave the feed arm in its lower position.
- Press the START button to start operation.
- Raise the feed pusher and insert the products with the other.
- Push the products using the feed pusher and start a new cycle.
- When the work has been completed, press the STOP button.
3.7 USE OF THE FOOD PROCESSOR EQUIPMENT
• The rotor onto the upper flat of the drive spindle and check
that it is correctly seated (blade around 2 mm below the bottom
of the bowl).
3.7b
• The cover onto the motor base :
3.7c
- Position it so that its lugs enter the slots in the body, then turn
it in an anticlockwise direction
to lock it up against its
stop.
- Its external profile should match that of the body.
• To dismantle, follow the instructions in reverse order.
• The rotor may be removed with the bowl.
Never insert your hand or a hard object in the feed
hopper when the machine is in operation.
• If necessary, remove the fresh cut equipment (see § 3.3) and
ensure that the ejector is taken out.
Before fitting the cutter equipment, check the cleanliness of the
centring device and the slots of the body, the drive spindle, the
rotor, the bowl and the cover.
To equip the machine, fit :
• The bowl onto the motor base position it so that its lugs enter
the slots in the body, then push the two together.
3.7a
3.8 USE OF THE FOOD PROCESSOR EQUIPMENT
The Multi Green will only operate correctly if the lid is correctly
locked onto the motor base, otherwise the safety device is engaged and it will not start.
- Fit the bowl, (see § 3.7) then place the products to be processed
in the bowl and close the lid.
- Press the START button to start operation.
Note : Liquids or other ingredients may be introduced by means
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of the central hole in the cover during operation.
- The central sleeve of the bowl and the rotor ensure that liquids
will not leak..
- the angle of the blades guarantee a rapid and constant mix.
Never insert your hand or a hard object in the feed
hopper when the machine is in operation.
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3.9 SOME APPLICATIONS OF THE FOOD PROCESSOR
The quantities given are for information only.
PRODUCTS
MEAT
Rough mincing
- Pates
REMARKS
PRODUCTS
All stuffing and mousses.
Short duration (10 to 30 seconds)
depending on size wanted.
PASTRY
- Shortcrust
- Sweet shortcrust
- Cold water paste
- Flaky
- Flan
Longer duration (1 to 4 minutes)
Ensure that the blades are kept
sharp.
- Min/max. quantities
- Small sausages
- Large sausages
- Minced meat
Fine mincing
- Stuffing
- Mousses
- Min/max. quantities
FRUITS AND
VEGETABLES
- Purees
- Mousses
- Compotes
- Coulis syrups
- Min/max. quantities
CHOPPING UP
- Parsley
- Onions
- Min. quantities
REMARKS
Place all of the ingredients in the
bowl : flour, salt, fats and water. The
pastry is ready in just a few seconds
(10 - 15). The mixing water needs to
be cold to prevent the pastry from
becoming too hot.
For cold water paste, for max.
qty, the water must be added to
the flour and the machine started
immediately.
100 g / 800 g of flour
100 g / 800 g
POWDER
- Almonds
- Hazel nuts
Same recommendations for the
sharpness of the blades and the
suitability of the rotor to the quality
of the product.
MISCELLANEOUS
- Mayonnaise
- Min/max. quantities
100 g / 1 kg
Grinding to the required fineness
by varying the times
For small quantities, pour a layer of
oil in the bottom of the bowl.
1 litre of oil
Use very sharp blades
The parsley must be thoroughly
dried.
Fill bowl
Cleaning, hygiene and storage
ATTENTION !!
Before dismantling any part, disconnect the appliance from the power supply.
Before using any cleaning product, be sure to read the instruction and safety instructions accompanying the product and use
appropriate protective equipment.
Do not clean the machine with a pressure cleaner
4.1 IN BETWEEN USE
- Remove the removable elements (hopper assembly, pusher,
disc, ejector of the fresh cut equipment or the bowl), wash in
hot water, rinse and dry.
- Clean the cutting chamber of the motor base using a clean,
damp sponge.
Handle the rotor carefully (risk of cuts, impacts, etc.).
4.2 AFTER USE
- Refer to § 4.1
- Clean the removable parts in hot water and detergent - degreaser - disinfectant compatible with the equipment.
- Rinse in clean water and dry.
Note : The rotor of the cutter equipment can be cleaned easily
thanks to the side evacuation holes under the handle.
- Clean the outside of the motor base with a damp sponge and
a mild detergent, then rinse.
Note : Do not clean the plastic parts in a dishwasher.
- Check that the cleaning products used are compatible with the
materials of the elements (plastic, stainless steel)
- Do not use abrasive detergents which scratch the surfaces, or
chlorine based products which can cause the plastic to crack.
- Clean the cutting chamber using a damp sponge and a
detergent - disinfectant then rinse.
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4.3 STORAGE
4.3
- After cleaning, carefully store all of the cutting equipment in
the storage cupboard fixed to the wall.
Fault finding
5.1 THE MACHINE WILL NOT START, CHECK THAT :
• The machine is plugged in.
• The electrical power supply to the socket is correct.
• The «fresh cut» equipment is locked in the correct position.
• The feed arm is in the feed hopper.
5.2 ABNORMAL NOISES :
• Stop the machine.
• Check that the rotating parts are fitted correctly (disc, ejector).
• Dismantle, clean if necessary and refit.
5.3 WORK QUALITY
Before carrying out any work, stop the machine.
•
-
If the products have not been cleared properly, check that :
the ejector is fitted correctly,
the products in the receiving bowl are not blocking the outlet,
there is not an accumulation of products in the cutting chamber.
• If the quality of the cut is not satisfactory, check :
- The direction of rotation (anticlockwise
viewed from
above)
-
The choice of disc used (see §3.2).
The condition of the cutting equipment.
The choice of the feed hopper.
the way that the products are in the feed hopper (see §3.4).
If the problem persists, contact the service department
of your local dealer.
Maintenance
ATTENTION !!
Before dismantling any part, disconnect the appliance from the power supply.
Maintenance may only be carried out by a qualified, trained and authorised person
6.1 ADJUSTMENT OF THE SAFETY DEVICES
6.1
• Check that the safety devices are operating correctly before
each use. The motor should stop within less than 2 seconds.
- When the feed arm is lifted, the gap F should be 30 mm
maximum from the edge of the feed hopper.
- When the hopper assembly or the cutter cover is unlocked.
• If either of the two safety devices does not work :
- Do not use the machine.
- Have it adjusted by the service department of your local
dealer.
6.2 ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
6.2
see electrical diagram
- Earth
: B/C yellow-green .
- Control cable : (J) Brown- (I) grey - (K) pink- (E) blue - (D)
• Identification of the colours of the wires :
• Access to electrical components.
- Unplug the machine.
white
• Identification of the components.
O
: Stop button
I
: Start button
S1
: Feed hopper assembly or bowl delete safety device
S5
: Feed arm safety device
B
: Terminal block
M
: Single phase motor
Kl
: Start-up relay
CP
: Permanent condenser
CD/F : Start-up - braking condenser
CPu : Power board
X
: Power supply cable
Residual voltage at the capacitor terminals.
• The capacitors may retain an electrical charge. To avoid
taking any risks when carrying out work, we recommend discharging them by connecting their terminals with an insulated
conductor (e.g. a screwdriver).
- Power circuit : black
- Control circuit : red
- Motor
: (G) Orange- (F) black- (A) red- (E) blue(H) Violet
- Phase
: L
- Neutral
: N
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6.3 ADDRESS FOR SERVICE REQUIREMENTS
We advise you to contact the dealer who sold you the
machine.
For any information or orders for spare parts, specify
the type of machine, its serial number and the electrical
characteristics.
Dealer’s stamp
• The manufacturer reserves the right to modify and make
improvements to the products without giving prior warning.
Date of purchase :.................................
Conformity with regulations
The machine has been designed and manufactured in
conformity with :
- The machine directive 2006/42 EEC,
- The directive CEM 2004/108 EEC,
- 2006/95/EEC: Low Voltage Directive
- 2002/95/EC: Equipment recycling directive
2002/96/CEE « WEEE »
The symbol «
» on the product indicates that this product
may not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be
handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling
of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product
is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment and human health, which
could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling
of this product. For more detailed information about recycling
of this product, please contact the sales agent or dealer for
your product, your after-sales service, or the appropriate waste
disposal service.
2006/12/CEE“Waste”
The machine is designed so that it does not contribute, or as
little as possible, to increasing the quantity or harmfulness of the
waste and the risks of pollution.
Make sure to observe the recycling conditions.
94/12/CE“Packaging and packaging waste”
The packaging for the machine is designed so that it does not
contribute, or as little as possible to increasing the quantity or
harmfulness of the waste and the risks of pollution.
Make sure to eliminate the various parts of the packaging in
appropriate recycling centres.
- To the European standards :
EN 60 204-1-2006 electrical equipment of machines,
EN 1678-1998 vegetable preparation machines, integrated
safety devices.
EN 12852 - Culinary preparations. safety and hygiene related
presentations.
This conformity is certified by :
- The CE conformity mark, attached to the machine,
- The corresponding CE declaration of conformity, associated
with the warranty,
- This instruction manual, which must be given to the operator.
Acoustic characteristics :
- The acoustic pressure level measured in accordance with the
test code EN ISO 3743.1-EN ISO 3744 = 71 dBA.
Protection indices as per the EN 60529-2000 standard :
- IP55 electrical controls
- IP34 overall machine
Integrated safety :
- The machine has been designed and manufactured in compliance with the relevant standards and regulations, mentioned
above.
- Before using the machine, the operator must be trained to
use the machine and informed of any possible residual risks
(personnel work station training obligation).
Food hygiene :
The surfaces of the food area are smooth and easy to clean. Use
detergents that are approved for food hygiene and respect the
instructions for their use.
- 1935/2004 EEC materials and objects in contact with foodstuffs,
- Standards EN 601-2004: cast aluminium alloys in contact with
foodstuffs.
- Directive EN 1672-2 : Prescriptions relating to hygiene
The machine has been CNERPAC approved for food hygiene
as well as conforming NSF standard 8.
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