Robot Coupe R 401 Series A Operating instructions

Robot Coupe R 401 Series A Operating instructions
• R 401
P.O. Box 16625, Jackson, MS 39236-6625
280 South Perkins St., Ridgeland, MS 39157
e-mail: [email protected] - website: www.robotcoupeusa.com - Phone : 1-800-824-1646
IMPORTANT WARNING
W A R N I N G
KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS
IN A SAFE PLACE
WARNING: In order to limit accidents such as electric shocks, personal injury or fire, and in order to limit material damage due to
misuse of the appliance, please read these instructions carefully and follow them strictly. Reading the operating instructions will
help you know your appliance and enable you to use the equipment correctly. The operation manual should be kept within easy
access to all users for reference and should be read completely by all first time users of the machine.
UNPACKING
ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES
• For parts made of aluminum alloys, use cleaning detergents suitable for aluminum.
• Carefully remove the equipment from the packa-
• Follow the various assembly procedures carefully
ging and take out all the boxes or packets contai-
(see page 6) and make sure that all the attachments
ning attachments or specific items.
are correctly positioned.
• For plastic parts, do not use detergents that are
too alkaline (i.e., containing too much caustic soda
or ammonia…).
• WARNING: some of the parts are very sharp e.
USE
g. blade, plates … etc.
INSTALLATION
• Do not open the feed lead / attachment until the
• Always unplug the appliance before servicing.
motor has come to a complete stop.
• Check the seals regularly and ensure that the
safety devices are in good working order.
• We recommend you install your machine on a
• Never tamper with or defeat the purpose of the
stable solid base at a comfortable working height.
locking and safety systems.
CONNECTION
• Always check that your power supply corres-
• Never put a hand or nonfood object in the entry
or exit chutes.
• Do not overload the machine.
ponds to that indicated on the serial number plate
CLEANING
and that it is properly sized.
HANDLING
MAINTENANCE
• Always unplug your appliance before cleaning.
• Always clean the appliance and attachments at
• Always wear cut-resistant gloves when handling
the end of each use.
the cutting plates.
• Never place the motor unit in water.
• It is particularly important to maintain and
check the attachments since certain products
contain corrosive agents e.g. citric acid.
• NOTICE: Never operate the appliance if the
power cord or plug has been damaged. If the
machine fails to operate as described in this
manual, or if the machine malfunctions in any
way, remove the machine from use and have it
serviced. Additionally, discard all food processed
at the time of the malfunction.
•Contact your local Authorized Service Agency if
something appears to be wrong.
ENGLISH
ESPAÑOL
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIÓN
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NOTICE D’INSTRUCTION
1
WARRANTY
IMPORTANT WARNING
INTRODUCTION TO YOUR NEW
R 401 CUTTER BOWL /VEGETABLE
PREPARATION ATTACHMENT
ENGLISH
SUMMARY
CLEANING
• Motor base
• Attachment
• Blade and cutting plates
MAINTENANCE
• Motor seal
SWITCHING ON THE MACHINE
• Advice on electrical connections
• Control panel
ASSEMBLY
• Cutter bowl attachment
• Vegetable preparation attachment
• Blade
• Bowl locking bushings
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
• Weight
• Dimensions
• Working height
USES AND EXAMPLES
• Noise level
• Cutter bowl attachment
• Vegetable preparation attachment
OPTIONS
SAFETY
TECHNICAL DATA (Page 27)
• Serrated blade
• Parts diagram
• Slightly serrated blade
• Electrical diagram
3
ROBOT COUPE U.S.A., INC. LIMITED WARRANTY
YOUR NEW ROBOT COUPE
PRODUCT IS WARRANTED TO THE
ORIGINAL PURCHASER FOR A
PERIOD OF ONE YEAR FROM THE
DATE OF PURCHASE.
This LIMITED WARRANTY is against
defects in the material and/or
workmanship, and includes labor for
replacement of defective parts,
provided repairs are performed by
an authorized service agency (see
attached list).
The Customer must inform the
Service Agency of the possibility of
warranty coverage and provide a
copy of the dated sales or delivery
receipt BEFORE WARRANTY REPAIRS
ARE BEGUN.
Replacement parts and accessories
are warranted for ninety (90) days
from the date of purchase when
purchased separately and will be
verified by dated sales receipt OR
packing slip which lists that item.
All parts or accessories replaced
under warranty must be returned to
the Service Agency.
4
THE FOLLOWING ARE NOT COVERED BY THE ROBOT COUPE U.S.A.
INC LIMITED WARRANTY:
7 - The cost of changing direction-of-rotation
of three-phase electric motors (Installer is
responsible).
1 -
8 -
2 - Labor to sharpen and/or replacements for
KEEP ALL ORIGINAL CONTAINERS AND PACKING MATERIALS FOR CARRIER INSPECTION.
Damage caused by abuse, misuse, dropping, or other similar damage caused by
or resulting from failure to follow assembly, operating, cleaning, user maintenance or storage
instructions.
blades that have become blunt, chipped or worn
after a normal or excessive period of use.
SHIPPING DAMAGES. Visible and/or
hidden damage is the responsibility of the freight
carrier. The consignee must inform the carrier
and consignor immediately, or upon discovery in
the case of hidden defects.
3 -
Materials or labor to replace or repair
scratched, stained, chipped, pitted, dented or
discolored surfaces, blades, knives, attachments
or accessories.
4 - Any alteration, addition, or repair that has
not been carried out by the company or an
approved service agency.
5 - Transportation of the appliance to or from
an approved service agency.
6 -
Labor charges to install or test new
attachments or accessories (i.e., bowls, plates,
blades, attachments), which have been replaced
for any reason.
Neither ROBOT COUPE U.S.A., INC. nor its
affiliated companies or any of its distributors,
directors, agents, employees, or insurers will be
liable for indirect damage, losses, or expenses
linked to the appliance or the inability to use it.
The ROBOT COUPE U.S.A., INC. warranty
is given expressly and in lieu of all other
warranties, expressed or implied, for merchantability and for fitness toward a particular
purpose and constitutes the only warranty
made by ROBOT COUPE U.S.A., INC..
KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS
IN A SAFE PLACE
ENGLISH
IMPORTANT WARNING
W A R N I N G
WARNING: In order to limit accidents such as electric shocks, personal injury or fire, and in order to limit material damage due to
misuse of the appliance, please read these instructions carefully and follow them strictly. Reading the operating instructions will
help you know your appliance and enable you to use the equipment correctly. The operation manual should be kept within easy
access to all users for reference and should be read completely by all first time users of the machine.
UNPACKING
ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES
• For parts made of aluminum alloys, use cleaning detergents suitable for aluminum.
• Carefully remove the equipment from the packa-
• Follow the various assembly procedures carefully
ging and take out all the boxes or packets contai-
(see page 6) and make sure that all the attachments
ning attachments or specific items.
are correctly positioned.
• For plastic parts, do not use detergents that are
too alkaline (i.e., containing too much caustic soda
or ammonia…).
• WARNING: some of the parts are very sharp e.
USE
g. blade, plates … etc.
INSTALLATION
• Do not open the feed lead / attachment until the
• Always unplug the appliance before servicing.
motor has come to a complete stop.
• Check the seals regularly and ensure that the
safety devices are in good working order.
• We recommend you install your machine on a
• Never tamper with or defeat the purpose of the
stable solid base at a comfortable working height.
locking and safety systems.
CONNECTION
• Always check that your power supply corres-
• Never put a hand or nonfood object in the entry
or exit chutes.
• Do not overload the machine.
ponds to that indicated on the serial number plate
CLEANING
and that it is properly sized.
HANDLING
MAINTENANCE
• Always unplug your appliance before cleaning.
• Always clean the appliance and attachments at
• Always wear cut-resistant gloves when handling
the end of each use.
the cutting plates.
• Never place the motor unit in water.
• It is particularly important to maintain and
check the attachments since certain products
contain corrosive agents e.g. citric acid.
• NOTICE: Never operate the appliance if the
power cord or plug has been damaged. If the
machine fails to operate as described in this
manual, or if the machine malfunctions in any
way, remove the machine from use and have it
serviced. Additionally, discard all food processed
at the time of the malfunction.
•Contact your local Authorized Service Agency if
something appears to be wrong.
5
INTRODUCTION TO YOUR NEW
R 401 BOWL CUTTER/VEGETABLE
PREPARATION ATTACHMENT
The food processor is perfectly geared to your
professional needs. It can perform any number of
tasks to meet all your professional needs.
The R 401 consists of a cutter bowl and a vegetable
preparation attachment. With the cutter bowl, the
R 401 can be used to process meats, vegetables,
fine stuffing, and mousse. Grinding, chopping,
kneading, and pureeing are all possible, and most
operations can be performed in 3 minutes or less.
A wide range of cutting plates is available for use
with the vegetable preparation attachment. Slicing,
grating, and julienne operations can all be achieved
with the vegetable preparation attachment.
Its numerous functions will open the door to a whole
new culinary world.
Thanks to its simple design, all components requiring
frequent handling for maintenance or cleaning can
easily be removed for cleaning and maintenance.
This manual contains impor tant information
designed to help you get the most out of your R 401
cutter bowl/vegetable preparation device.
We therefore recommend that you read it carefully
before using your machine.
We have also included a few examples to help you
get the feel of your new machine and appreciate its
numerous advantages.
W A R N I N G
This appliance must be plugged into an
grounded socket (risk of electrocution).
The R 401 is fitted with a single phase motor:
120 V / 60 Hz
The machine comes with a single phase plug
connected to a power supply cord.
• CONTROL PANEL
R 401
Red switch
Green switch
Black switch
= Off switch
= On switch
= Pulse control
6
Before plugging in, check that your power supply
corresponds to that indicated on the machine’s
serial number plate.
4) Note the plastic tab
on the bowl lid. Place the
lid on the bowl with the
tab turned to the front
and slightly to the left of
the bowl handle; then,
turn the lid back to the
right until it comes to a
stop with the tab over the
bowl handle.
ASSEMBLY
• CUTTER BOWL ATTACHMENT
1) With the motor base
facing you, place the
bowl onto the motor base
with the handle toward
the front. Turn the bowl
just off-center and to the
left as you lower it onto
the base.
The device is now ready for use.
• VEGETABLE PREPARATION ATTACHMENT
SWITCHING ON
THE MACHINE
• ADVICE ON ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
3) Place the blade
assembly onto the motor
shaft. Rotate the blade
assembly until it drops
into place. The bottom
blade should be level
with and just off the bottom of the bowl.
2) Then, turn the bowl
back to the right (counterclockwise) locking it
onto the motor base
tabs.
1) The vegetable preparation
attachment
consists of two detachable parts: the continuous feed attachment
and the continuous feed
lead.
5) Place the continuous feed lead onto the continuous feed attachment, and rotate it back counterclockwise until it is aligned with the continuous feed
attachment.
• VEGETABLES
Garlic/parsley/onion/shallots
Soup / purées
• FRUIT
Compotes /purées
3) Place the white
discharge plate onto the
motor shaft. It should fall
into place just off the bottom of the continuous
feed attachment.
Depending on type of use
(Side A or B), disengage
the plate from its hub, turn
it over and engage it back.
SIDE A: Straight ejection ribs facing
upwards, for any vegetables or citrus fruit
which require careful handling (tomatoes,
mushrooms...).
SIDE B: Cur ved ejection ribs facing
upwards in all other cases.
Processing
time
(in mn)
1/ - 1 1/
2
2
3
2 /4
3
4
2 3/4
4
2 3/4
3
2 3/4
2 3/4
5
4
2 1/2
2 1/2
2 1/2
4
4
4
1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/4
4
4
4
EMULSIFY
USE EXAMPLES
The cutter will enable you to perform all your
cutting tasks in minimum time; we recommend
therefore, that you keep a close eye on the mixture
in order to obtain the desired results.
The pulse control allows you to stop and start the
machine for high-precision control when working
with certain types of ingredients.
USES
Max
processing
Quantity
(in lbs)
Processing
time
(in mn)
2
2,5
2,5
3
3
4
2,5
2,5
5
5
• MEAT
Hamburgers/steak tartare
Sausagemeat/tomatoes
Terrine/pâté
• FISH
Brandade
Terrines
Mayonnaise / ailloli /
remoulade sauce
Hollandaise/béarnaise
Snail or salmon butter
KNEAD
• CUTTER BOWL ATTACHMENT
CHOP
4) Place the cutting plate
of your choice onto the
discharge plate. It may
be necessary to rotate
the cutting plate until it
engages and drops fully
onto the discharge plate.
USES
Max
processing
Quantity
(in lb)
ENGLISH
2) With the motor base
facing you, fit the continuous feed attachment
onto the motor base; the
exit chute should be on
your right.
Turn the attachment back
to the right (counterclockwise) until it comes
to a stop locked in place
on the motor base tabs.
Shortcrust pastry/shortbread
Flaky pastry
Pizza dough
GRIND
Dried fruit
Ice
Breadcrumbs
The cutter bowl attachment has numerous other
applications. The above quantities and times are
approximate and may vary according to the quality
of the ingredients and recipes.
• VEGETABLE PREPARATION ATTACHMENT
The vegetable preparation attachment consists of
two hoppers:
- one large hopper for cutting vegetables such as
cabbage, celeriac, etc…
- a cylindrical hopper for long vegetables and
high-precision cutting.
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For optimum cutting, use this section as a guide.
HOW TO USE THE LARGE FEED OPENING
- Raise the pusher handle, and fill the opening
with the product. If the opening is overfilled the
machine will not operate.
- Lower the pusher, and press the on button. The
pusher must be in the feed opening for the
machine to operate.
- Apply steady but moderate pressure to the
pusher until the pusher has come to a stop.
- If the discharge plate is not in the machine, the
product will not come out from the exit chute.
• MOTOR BASE
JULIENNE
5/64 x 5/64
5/64 x 5/32
5/64 x 1/4
5/32 x 5/32
1/4 x 1/4
5/16 x 5/16
carrot / celeriac / potato
carrot / beet root / zucchini / potato
carrot / beet root / zucchini / potato
eggplant / beet root / zucchini / potato
eggplant / beet root / celeriac / zucchini / potato
celeriac / potato
OPTIONS
A serrated blade is available as an option and is
mainly intended for
kneading and grinding.
HOW TO USE THE CYLINDRICAL SMALL OPENING
- Remove the small pusher from the feed opening.
- Fill the opening with product.
- Hold the pusher in one hand, and press the on
button with the other.
- Apply steady but moderate pressure with the
pusher until the pusher stops.
- If the discharge plate is not in the machine, the
product will not come out from the exit chute.
SLICERS
3/64
5/64 - 1/8
carrot / cabbage / cucumber / onion / potato / leek
5/32 - 3/16
eggplant / beet root / carrot / mushroom / cucumber /
bell pepper /radish / lettuce / potato / leek / tomato
1/4
eggplant / beet root / carrot / mushroom / cucumber /
lemon / carrot / mushroom / cabbage / potato / cucumber /
zucchini / onion / leek / bell pepper
bell pepper /radish / lettuce / potato / leek
• ATTACHMENTS:
A slightly serrated blade
is also available. This
blade has the same
function as a straight
blade. It has been
conceived for a longer
lasting cut performance
but with no sharpening
possibility.
We advise you to use this blade mainly to chop
parsley.
RIPPLE CUT SLICER
5/64
CLEANING
beet root / potato
GRATERS
1/16
5/64
1/8
1/4
8
celeriac / cheese
carrot / celeriac / cheese
carrot
cabbage / cheese
3/8
cabbage / cheese
Hard cheese
1/32
Extra fine 0.7mm
3/64
Pulping 1 mm
Never immerse the motor base in water. Clean
using a damp cloth or sponge.
Cleaning of the motor base assembly must be done
with care.
First unplug the unit. A sponging with a cloth lightly
dampened (not dripping) in a mild detergent is
acceptable, making sure the water is not permitted
to penetrate the shaft seal or around the switches.
Clean around the shaft seal with a small brush,
taking care to remove all food. Do not forget to
clean the motor shaft. Rinse the motor base first
using a cloth lightly dampened (not dripping) with
water, then with a sanitizing solution. Dry the
machine with a soft cloth removing all liquids from
seal areas.
W A R N I N G
As a precaution, always unplug your appliance
before cleaning it (risk of electric shock).
Remove all attachments before cleaning. The bowl
and continuous feed attachments should be cleaned
per the following instructions or as required by local
health department regulations.
The bowl, blade, lid, continuous feed attachment,
continuous feed lead, pushers, and plates are
dishwasher safe. All of the attachments listed above
can be washed in a dish machine or three-tank
system pot sink. Pre-rinse the attachments before
washing to remove any bulk food on the parts.
A stiff bristle brush or power sprayer faucet attachment is effective in knocking the food out of the
crevices as a pre-rinse procedure. The washer
should have an industry standard wash, rinse, and
sanitization cycle. Allow the parts to air dry after
sanitizing and before reassembly.
NOTE: The high temperatures of dish machines will
tend to shorten the life of the plastic and rubber
parts. Hand washing using a three-pot sink will
provide for the longest life of these parts.
Inspect the area on the outside of the bowl and feed
attachment around the handle and magnetic rod to
ensure they are clean. Use a brush on these areas
if necessary.
If these bushings wear out, the bowl will no longer
be securely attached to the motor base.
Replacement bushings can be ordered: part number
R 3069 U.
• BLADE AND CUTTING PLATES
Blades should be kept sharp. It is not necessary
to have a razor edge. However, they will need
sharpening periodically. Replacement of the dull
blades or plates is recommended.
I M P O R T A N T
Check that your detergent is suitable for
cleaning plastic parts. Some washing agents
are too alkaline (e.g. high levels of caustic
soda or ammonia) and totally incompatible
with certain types of plastic, causing them to
deteriorate rapidly.
MAINTENANCE
• MOTOR SEAL
An examination should be made periodically to
assure that a seal against liquids is being
maintained around the motor shaft. The seal can
and should be replaced whenever wear or erosion
is noted or minimally once ever y three to six
months. It is recommended that the seal be replaced
by an authorized repair agency.
• BLADE
Blades should be kept sharp. It is not necessary
to have a razor edge. However, they will need
sharpening periodically. Replacement of the dull
blades or plates is recommended.
SAFETY
• BOWL LOCKING BUSHINGS
TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATIONS
• WEIGHT (Lbs)
R 401 (without disc)
net weight
gross weight
27.5
31
E
G
F
I
J
B
C
When you open the lever of the vegetable
preparation attachment, the motor stops. When you
close the lever, the machine restarts.
W A R N I N G
To avoid splashing when running liquids in the
bowl, allow the blades to come to a complete stop
before opening the lid.
H
A
When you open the bowl lid, the motor stops. To
restart the machine, simply close the lid and press
the green switch.
The blades and cutting plates are extremely
sharp. Handle with care.
• DIMENSIONS (in inches)
D
The R 401 is fitted with a magnetic safety device
and motor braking system.
ENGLISH
Wear cut-resistant gloves when cleaning the blade
and plates.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
08
12
09
22 1/2
12 1/2
28 1/2
21
17 1/2
07 1/2
09 1/4
• WORKING HEIGHT
We recommend that you position the food processor
on a stable worktop so that the upper edge of the
large feed hopper is at a height of between 47 and
51 inches.
• NOISE LEVEL
NOTE: The machines are equipped with a thermal
protector which automatically stops the motor if the
machine is overloaded. If this happens, allow the
machine to cool completely before restarting.
R E M E M B E R
Never try to override or defeat the purpose of,
the locking and safety systems.
Never put nonfood objects into the machine
openings.
Only use the food pushers to force the food into
the machine.
Do not overload the appliance.
Never leave the machine running unattended.
The equivalent continuous sound level when the
food processor is operating on no-load is less than
70 dB(A).
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TECHNICAL DATA
DATOS TÉCNICOS
DONNÉES TECHNIQUES
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28
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Réf. 407 871 - 03/2004 - R 401 - USA
P.O. Box 16625, Jackson, MS 39236-6625
280 South Perkins St., Ridgeland, MS 39157
e-mail: [email protected]
website: www.robotcoupeusa.com
Phone: 1-800-824-1646
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