Alto-Shaam VAE-30F Specifications

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OPERATION & CAR E MAN UAL
VPE-30F
VAE-30F
VAE-55FS
VENTILATOR HOOD
MODELS:
VPE-30F, VAE-30F, VAE-55F(S)
COOK/HOLD SERVE SYSTEMS by
W164 N9221 Water Street
PHONE: 262.251.3800
800.558.8744 U . S . A ./ CANADA
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FAX: 262.251.7067 - 800.329.8744 U . S . A ./ CANADA
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— V E N T I L AT O R H O O D & F R Y E R
DELIVERY
S P E C I F I C AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N
The Alto-Shaam ventilator hood has been
thoroughly tested and inspected to insure
only the highest quality unit is provided.
When you receive your unit, check for any
possible shipping damage and report it at
once to the delivering carrier. See
Transportation Damage and Claims section located in this manual.
The hood, complete with unattached items and accessories, may
be delivered in one or more packages. Check to ensure that all
items have been received as standard with each unit.
Save all the information and instructions packed inside the unit.
Complete and return the warranty card to the factory as soon as
possible to assure prompt service in the event of a warranty parts
and labor claim.
This manual must be read and understood by all people using or
installing this unit. Contact your local Alto-Shaam distributor if
you have any questions concerning installation, operation, and
maintenance of this unit.
NOTE:
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
The hood is wired into the fryer;
use one hookup for both pieces.
MODEL
VAC
KW
AMPS 1PH
AMPS 3PH
VPE-30F
208
240
308-415
9.0
9.0
9.3
43.3
37.5
N/A
25 per line
22 per line
15-L1, 13-L2&L3
VAE-30F
208
240
308-415
9.0
9.0
9.3
43.3
37.5
N/A
25 per line
21.7 per line
208
240
308-415
17.0
17.0
17.4
N/A
N/A
N/A
47.8 per line
41.0 per line
26-L1, 24-L2&L3
VAE-55F(S)
14.3-L1, 13-L2&L3
All claims for warranty must include the full model
number and serial number.
U N PAC K I N G
1.
Carefully remove fryer with hood from the carton.
NOTE: Do not discard the carton and other packaging
material until you have inspected the hood and fryer for
hidden damage and tested it for proper operation.
2.
Read all instructions in this manual carefully before
starting installation of this hood and fryer. Read and
understand all labels and diagrams attached to the units.
15-13/16"
(401mm)
DIMENSIONS
VAE-55S
43-11/16" (1110mm)
VENTILATOR
POWER ON
76-3/8" (1940mm)
Remove all protective plastic film, packaging materials
and accessories from the hood and fryer before
connecting electrical power to the unit. Store accessories
in a convenient place for future use.
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36"—(914mm)
The ventilator contains the following components:
1 fire suppression agent
1 fire suppression agent tank
(Ansulex® R-102(HCS),1.5 gal)
1 fire supp. system charging cartridge
1 literature package
1 grease baffle
1 grease pan
1 charcoal filter (if ordered w/unit)
1 HEPA filter
NOTE: The ventilator hood is factory installed on the fryer.
Both are shipped as one piece.
REPLACE
FILTER
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DO NOT DISCARD THIS MANUAL. This manual is
considered to be part of the unit and is to be given to the
owner or manager of the business, or to the person
responsible for training operators of the unit. Additional
manuals are available from your Alto-Shaam distributor.
This manual is to be used in conjunction with the manual
for the fryer associated with this ventilator hood.
3.
CHECK
FILTERS
14-1/16"
(356mm)
23-3/8"
(594mm)
37-7/16" (950mm)
Operation and Care Manual # 8 4 5 2 / 5 3 / 5 5 • 1
13"
(330mm)
SERVICE
REQUIRED
SAFETY PROCEDURES
Knowledge of proper procedures is essential to the safe operation
of electrically energized equipment. In accordance with generally
accepted product safety labeling guidelines for potential hazards,
the following signal words and symbols are used throughout this
manual.
4.
This equipment is made in the USA and has American size
hardware.
5.
Any trouble shooting guides, component views or parts lists
included in this manual are for general reference only, and
are intended for use by qualified technical personnel.
6.
This manual should be considered a permanent part of this
appliance. This manual and all supplied instructions,
diagrams, schematics, part breakdowns, notices and labels
must remain with the appliance if it is sold or moved to
another location.
Used to indicate the presence of a hazard which
will cause severe personal injury, death, or
substantial property damage in the event the
statement is ignored.
EQUIPMENT SET-UP PRECAUTIONS
Warning used to indicate the presence of a hazard
which can cause personal injury and possibly
death, or major property damage, in the event the
statement is ignored.
Caution is used to indicate the presence of a
hazard which will or can cause minor personal
injury or property damage in the event the
statement is ignored.
1.
Verify vertical clearances. Ventilator fryers require a
minimum of 96" (floor to overhead) to allow for adequate air
circulation.
2.
Verify that the ventilator hood assembly is properly and
securely assembled to the fryer before beginning the
installation procedure.
3.
If a remote pull station is to be used, replace the rear casters
with fixed legs.
4.
With a spirit level, adjust the fixed legs until the unit is level
front-to-back, and side-to-side.
Used to indicate the presence of an electrical
hazard which will or can cause personal injury or
property damage in the event the statement is
ignored.
NOTE
Note is used to notify personnel of installation,
operation or maintenance information which is
important, but not hazard related.
Hazard Communication Standard (HCS)
The procedure in this manual may include the use of chemical
products. These chemical products will be highlighted with bold
face letters followed by the abbreviation (HCS). See the Hazard
Communications Standard section of this manual for the
appropriate Material Safety Data Sheet(s).
INSTALLATION & ELECTRICAL INFO
1.
Installation and start up should be referred to the local AltoShaam distributor. Installer must complete the Warranty
Registration/Fryer Checkout form and record fryer
installation particulars on the back of this manual.
2.
Make sure this installation is in compliance with the
specifications listed in this manual, local code requirements
and in accordance with the Standard for Ventilation Control
and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations,
NFPA-96(current edition). This is the responsibility of the
installer.
3.
Certain codes require fryers to be restrained with a tether or
other restraint device. It is the responsibility of the installer
to check with the authority having jurisdiction in order to
ascertain the applicability of this requirement to this specific
fryer installation. Any restraint device must allow access to
the back and sides of the unit to provide for servicing and
maintenance, and must not interfere with the operation of
the fire suppression system.
4.
Refer to the name plate on the front of the unit. The electrical
service power voltage and phase must match the nameplate
specifications, and available electrical service amperage must
meet or exceed the specifications listed. Wiring must be no
less than 12 ga. solid copper wire, rated for at least 75°C.
PRECAUTIONS & GENERAL INFORMATION
1.
This ventilator hood system is designed as part of a deep fat
fryer system. No other use of this product is authorized or
recommended.
2.
This ventilator and attendant fryer are intended for use in
commercial establishments, where all operators are familiar
with the appliance use, limitations, and associated hazards.
Operating instructions and warnings must be read and
understood by all operators and users.
3.
This ventilator hood system is designed to reduce odor
emissions, but will not completely eliminate cooking odors.
Air exchange at the installation site must comply with the
requirements of the local jurisdictional authority. To ensure
that odors do not build up, recommended minimum air
exchange is 400 cfm into and out of the site.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Electrical connections must be made by a licensed
electrician. Electrical shock will cause death or
serious injury.
Operation and Care Manual # 8 4 5 2 / 5 3 / 5 5 • 2
NOTE: Wire gauge, insulation type and temperature rating, as
well as type, size, and construction of conduit, must meet
or exceed applicable specifications of local codes of the
National Electrical Code.
4.
Fryers are shipped from the factory wired for 3-phase
service. Refer to 3-phase wiring diagram included with this
fryer, and verify that field wiring conforms to this diagram.
NOTE: Fryers are field convertible to 1-phase. If single phase
operation is required, refer to the 3-phase to 1-phase
instructions included with the fryer, and verify that both
internal wiring and field wiring conform to the included
single-phase wiring diagram.
IMPORTANT: Fryer Models VAE-55 and VAE-55FS units MUST
NOT BE CONVERTED TO SINGLE PHASE
OPERATION. Conversion of these units to single
phase operation invalidates the UL listing and
voids the warranty.
FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM INSTALLATION
FIRE HAZARD
The fire suppression system must be charged and
maintained by an authorized Ansul® distributor.
Do not attempt to modify or bypass the fire
suppression system. An uncontrolled fire can
cause serious injury or death.
IMPORTANT
1.
The fire extinguisher system must be set up and charged by
an authorized Ansul® distributor.
2.
The fryer is equipped with a manual pull station at the lower
rear of the left side of the fryer. The manual pull station
must be in a line of egress from the fryer. If the fryer is
installed such that the factory installed location of the
manual pull station is not in a line of egress, an additional
remote pull station may be required by local codes. Any
remote manual pull station must be installed by an
authorized Ansul distributor in accordance with the
authority having jurisdiction.
3.
The fire suppression system is comprised of a pressurized
container of Ansulex® R-102 liquid fire suppression media,
with associated plumbing and controls. It utilizes two
fusible links for automatic actuation, and a manual pull
station for manual actuation. Two nozzles are used to
disperse the dry chemical fire suppression media.
NOTE: If the fire suppression system is discharged, a buzzer will
sound continuously. The fryer will remain inoperable
until the fire suppression system is serviced, recharged
and reset by an authorized Ansul® distributor.
Charging of the fire suppression system must be in
accordance with Ansul® Design, Installation, Recharge and
Maintenance Manual #418086.
4.
When the fire suppression system discharges, the fryer
heating element(s) and controls are de-energized, and the fire
suppression media is discharged. The fire suppression
media will form an emulsion designed to both smother and
cool the oil.
The primary 450°F fusible link is located on the frypot. This link
will melt and discharge the fire suppression system should both
the temperature control thermostat and the high limit control fail.
The secondary 280°F fusible link is located in the filter plenum,
and will protect against a fire in the plenum. Either link melting
will discharge the fire suppression media through both nozzles,
and cause a buzzer to sound.
NOTE: Exclusive Anti-Fire System....If the hi-limit detector fails
and the oil temperature climbs above the safety limit, the
fire suppression system will discharge, cooling the oil
below the oil's (approximately) 540°F auto-ignition
temperature, and preventing a fire from occurring.
BURN HAZARD • SPILLED OIL
The additional remote pull station must not be
installed on the front and/or sides of the fryer,
forward of the ventilator side panels. Dis-charge
of the fire suppression system into hot oil will
cause hot foam to spill over the frypot. Serious
burns may result from this spillage and
slipping and/or falling could result.
NOTE: If a remote manual pull station is installed, moving the
fryer for servicing may cause the Ansul system to
discharge. In this case, the unit must only be installed
with four fixed legs (i.e., remove rear casters and replace
with legs). Additional legs may be ordered through an
authorized service agency.
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FEATURES &
OPERATING
CONTROLS
NOTE:
Items beginning with
"f.."
are part of the fryer.
Items beginning with
"v.."
are part of the
ventilator.
f.1 Power Switch
Fryer position turns ON the ventilator power light and blower.
If, within 10 seconds, there is sufficient air flow for proper
operation, the power light will remain ON and the fryer will
operate.
v.2 Ventilator Power
Turns ON when the fryer power switch is ON and adequate air
flow has been proven.
v.3 Check Filters Light
Turns ON when grease baffle and/or HEPA air filter are not
properly installed. When ON, the fryer heating elements are deactivated and the fryer will not heat.
v.4 Replace Filters Light
Will turn ON if either the HEPA air filter or charcoal air filter are
due for replacement. The fryer will continue to operate, but the
air filter(s) must be changed in a timely manner or the unit will
clog, the service required light will turn ON, and the fryer will
shutdown until the filter(s) have been replaced.
v.10 Ventilator Exhaust Collar
Allows for ventilator discharge. Do not block. Contains fire
damper with pre-installed 165°F fusible link.
v.11 Charcoal Filter
v.12 HEPA Air Filter
v.13 Grease Baffle
See Filters Installation section in this manual.
v.14 Fire Suppression System Status Indicator
Indicates status of Ansul fire suppression system (i.e., Cocked or
Fired).
v.15 Access to Autolift Motor
On VAE Model fryers equipped with automatic basket lift device.
v.16 Manual Pull Station
Allows manual discharge of fire suppression system.
v.17 Grease Cup
Catches drippings from grease baffle.
v.5 Service Required Light
Will turn ON and the fryer will shut down whenever there is
insufficient ventilator air flow for proper operation.
f.18 Drip Pan
Catches any liquid draining from top of fryer.
v.6 Ventilator Blower
Provides air flow when running.
f.19 Stabilizer
Prevents the unit from tipping backwards.
v.7 Fusible Link Locations
Provides fire protection by melting at a pre-determined
temperature and activating the fire suppression system.
f.20 Rigid (rear) Casters
Allows the unit to be easily positioned by slightly lifting the front
of the unit.
IMPORTANT: If a remote pull station is installed, both rear
casters (f.20) must be replaced with legs to deter
movement of the unit. Moving an appliance with a
remote pull station will discharge the fire suppression
system.
v.8 Fire Suppression Nozzle(s)
Disperses the fire suppression media.
f.9 Oil Filter Pump Motor Overload Reset
Provides over-temperature protection for filter pump motor.
Must be manually reset by pushing in on the red button.
f.21 Fixed (front) Legs
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GREASE CUP & DRIP PAN
1.
Install the grease cup into the brackets below the grease
baffle.
NOTE: Failure to install the grease cup will allow grease
and moisture from the grease baffle to drop into the
frypot, creating both a safety hazard (hot oil
splatter) and a health hazard (contamination of the
cooking oil).
BURN HAZARD • HOT OIL SPLATTER
Do not operate unless grease cup is installed.
Moisture will drip into hot oil in the frypot
causing hot oil splatter. Serious injury will
result from contact with hot oil.
2.
FILTERS
Grease Baffle
HEPA Air Filter
Charcoal Filter (optional)
(19-1/2 x 15-1/2 x 1-5/8)
(19-1/2 x 15-1/2 x 3-3/4)
(19-1/2 x 14 x 7/8)
NOTE: The grease baffle and HEPA air filter actuate
magnetic reed switches when they are in their
proper positions. They must be properly installed
or the fryer heating element(s) will not be
energized.
1.
NOTE: Failure to install the drip pan will allow grease,
moisture, and other liquids that accumulate on the
fryer top panel to drip onto the floor causing both a
safety hazard and a health hazard.
SLIPPING & FALLING HAZARD •
SPILLED OIL
Do not operate unless the drip pan is
installed. Oil will drip onto the floor and falls
will result. Death or serious injury may
result from slipping and falling in spilled oil.
Remove the protective plastic bag from the optional
charcoal filter before installing.
WARNING:
2.
Install the drip pan into the mounting bracket behind
the fryer door at the lower right front of the fryer.
Installing the filter without removing the
plastic bag will block the air flow. This will
cause the ventilator to shut down 10
seconds after start-up and the fryer
will not heat.
Note the air flow direction arrow on each filter,
and verify that the arrow points toward the plenum
when the filter is installed. Install the filters by
inserting the top of each into the top filter support
inside the hood assembly. Pivot the bottom of each
filter toward the rear of the hood assembly and drop it
into its respective bottom filter support. Seat each filter
firmly into the bottom filter support.
Install the optional charcoal filter first, followed by the
HEPA filter, then the grease baffle last.
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CONTROLS • FUNCTIONS • OPERATION
❷
❹
❸
❺
This manual is to be used in conjunction with the
fryer manual supplied with this product.
ITEM ❶
POWER SWITCH (FRYER-OFF-FILTER)
Fryer position turns on the ventilator,
power light and the blower for 10 seconds.
If, within 10 seconds, there is sufficient air
flow for proper operation, the ventilator power
light will remain on and the fryer will operate.
If after 10 seconds, there is not sufficient air
flow for proper operation, the blower and
ventilator power light will turn off. The
service required light will will turn on and the
fryer will not operate.
The power switch must be turned off to recycle
power before the fryer can be operated.
ITEM ❷
VENTILATOR POWER LIGHT (GREEN)
The ventilator power light turns on when the
fryer power switch is on and air flow has been
proven. Normally the ventilator light will be
the only light illuminated on the ventilator
warning light panel.
ITEM ❸
CHECK FILTERS LIGHT (AMBER)
The check filters light turns on when the grease
and/or air filter are not properly installed.
When the check filters light is on, the fryer
heating element(s) is de-activated and the fryer
will not heat.
Located on Fryer
Control Panel
❶
ITEM ❹
REPLACE FILTER LIGHT (AMBER)
The replace filter light will turn on
when the HEPA and charcoal air
filters are due for replacement. The fryer will
still operate normally, but the air filter must be
changed in a timely manner or it will clog, the
service required light will turn on, and the
fryer will shut down until the air filters have
been replaced.
ITEM ➎
SERVICE REQUIRED LIGHT (RED)
If the service required light illuminates, the
fryer is shut down until the underlying
clogged filter situation has been corrected.
Normally, replacing both the HEPA filter and
the charcoal filter will remedy the condition.
Reset the unit by turing the power switch to
OFF and then back to Fryer.
SERVICE POWER FAILURE
If the shutdown is caused by a service power
failure, the fryer can be restarted by cycling the
power switch to OFF and then ON.
If the check filters light illuminates, check both
the grease baffle and HEPA filter for proper
installation. Always replace the HEPA filter
and charcoal filters at the same time.
When the check filters light is off, the fryer will
operate normally.
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VENTILATOR CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
REQUIRED MAINTENANCE
DAILY CLEANING
Exterior: At least once a day, wash the exterior with
warm water, mild soap or detergent and a clean nonabrasive cloth. Rinse with clean, warm water and dry
with a clean, non-abrasive cloth.
WEEKLY CLEANING
Remove the grease baffle, grease cup and drip pan.
Empty the grease cup and drip pan. Wash and rinse
the grease baffle, grease cup, and drip pan in the sink
or dishwasher using mild grease detergent and warm
water. Dry with a clean non-abrasive cloth.
MONTHLY CLEANING
Use and maintenance shall be in accordance with the
Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of
Commercial Cooking Operations, NFPA 96 (current
edition).
NOTE: A signed and dated Fryer Hood Maintenance Log
must be maintained on the premises, and shall be
available for use by the authority having
jurisdiction. See sample in back of this manual.
THREE MONTH MAINTENANCE
Clean the entire hood plenum and blower section.
SIX MONTH MAINTENANCE
Remove the HEPA filter and optional charcoal filter.
Cover the frypot. Wash the interior of the ventilator
with warm water, mild soap or detergent and a clean,
non-abrasive cloth. Dry thoroughly with a clean, dry
non-abrasive cloth.
1.
Inspection and testing of total operation including fire
damper and all safety interlocks shall be performed by
qualified service personnel.
2.
All fire suppression system actuation components
including manual pull station and any remote manual
pull station must be inspected for proper operation in
accordance with the maintenance schedule published
in Ansul® R-102 System Design, Installation, Recharge
and Maintenance Manual (#418087).
3.
On VAE Model fryers, open the rear cover access door
and lubricate the lift worm threads with moly
(molybdenum disulfide) grease.
ANNUAL MAINTENANCE
The fire suppression system fusible links must be
replaced. Nozzles and manual pull station must be
cleaned in accordance with Ansul® R-102 System
Design, Installation, Recharge and Maintenance
Manual (#418087).
TWELVE YEAR MAINTENANCE
The fire suppression agent tank and 1/4" flex hose
must be hydrostatically tested, and the fire
extinguishing agent must be replaced in accordance
with the maintenance schedule published in Ansul®
R-102 System (Standard UL300 listed). This
maintenance to be performed by a qualified Ansul®
service personnel only.
Operation and Care Manual # 8 4 5 2 / 5 3 / 5 5 • 7
TROUBLESHOOTING
The filters are the only owner-serviceable components of the
ventilator hood system. For all problems which cannot be
remedied by servicing the filters, contact an authorized service
agency for Fryer or Ventilator or an authorized Ansul
distributor for the fire suppression system.
SERVICE PARTS LIST
IMPORTANT
Use only a factory authorized service parts and replacement
filters. Contact the Alto-Shaam factory for advice.
Normal Maintenance Items
PROBLEM
REMEDY
Unit will not operate.
Circuit breaker is tripped.
Reset breaker. If tripping persists,
contact a licensed electrician for
repair of field wiring or contact an
authorized service agency for
repairs.
A buzzer sounds
continuously and unit
will not operate.
Ansul® system has tripped. Contact
an authorized Ansul® agent for
service and repairs.
Check Filters light is lit.
HEPA filter missing or not in
position. Make sure both the HEPA
filter and grease baffle are properly
installed in their respective rails.
Replace Filters light is lit.
HEPA filter or charcoal filter
nearing the end of their service life.
Be sure to have proper replacement
filters on hand. Replace the HEPA
filter and charcoal filter at the same
time.
Service Required light is lit.
– HEPA filter or charcoal filter is
plugged. Replace filters.
– Fire damper on exhaust color has
closed. Contact authorized service
agency for repairs.
– One or more vacuum sensing
line(s) plugged. Contact an
authorized service agency for
repairs.
NOTE: If, after 10 seconds, there is not sufficient air flow for
proper operation, the service required light will turn ON
and the fryer will be de-energized. The power switch
must be turned OFF to reset the system before the fryer
can be operated.
Charcoal Filter
HEPA Air Filter
Grease Baffle
Leg Assembly
IMPORTANT
Parts used for the Ansul® fire suppression system are not
serviceable by the owner/operator. Procedures for servicing fire
suppression equipment are described in Ansul® R-102 System
Design, Installation, Recharge and Maintenance Manual
(#418087). This manual is intended for use by authorized service
personnel only.
CUSTOMER SERVICE DATA
Business:__________________
Location: ______________
Installation Date:______________ Technician:_____________
Service Company:____________________________________
Address:____________________________________
___________________________________________
Phone No.:__________________________________
Equipment Model No.:_________________________________
Equipment Serial No.:_________________________________
Voltage:
208V
240V
308-415V
HAVE THIS INFORMATION AVAILABLE
IF CALLING FOR SERVICE
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Clean Manual Pull
Station and any Remote
Manual Station
(max. interval: 12 months)
Date/Agent
Date/Agent
Date/Agent
Date/Agent
Date/Agent
Date/Agent
☛ To be Performed by Qualified Service Personnel Only.
☛
Clean Discharge Nozzle ☛
in Plenum after Filters
(max. interval: 12 months)
Clean Discharge Nozzle
in Plenum before Filters
(max. interval: 12 months)
☛
Replace Fusible Link
on Frypot
(max. interval: 12 months)
☛
Replace Fusible Link in
Hood Plenum
(max. interval: 12 months)
☛
Replace Fusible Link
in Flue Damper
(max. interval: 12 months)
☛
☛
Inspect/Test
Filter Interlocks
(max. interval: 6 months)
Inspect/Test
☛
Fire Suppression
System
(max. interval - 6 months)
Replace HEPA Air Filter
& Charcoal Air Filter
(as required)
Clean Plenum Grease
Baffle and Blower
(max. interval - 3 months)
OPERATION
Date/Agent
Date/Agent
FRYER HOOD MAINTENANCE LOG
Date/Agent
Date/Agent
Date/Agent
Date/Agent
Date/Agent
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Tr a n s p o r t a t i o n
Damage and Claims
All Alto-Shaam equipment is
sold F.O.B. shipping point,
and when accepted by the
carrier, such shipments
become the property of
the consignee.
Should damage occur in shipment, it is a matter between the carrier
and the consignee. In such cases, the carrier is assumed to be
responsible for the safe delivery of the merchandise, unless
negligence can be established on the part of the shipper.
1. Make an immediate inspection while the equipment is still in
the truck or immediately after it is moved to the receiving area.
Do not wait until after the material is moved to a storage area.
2. Do not sign a delivery receipt or a freight bill until you have
made a proper count and inspection of all merchandise received.
3. Note all damage to packages directly on the carrier’s delivery
receipt.
4. Make certain the driver signs this receipt. If he refuses to sign,
make a notation of this refusal on the receipt.
5. If the driver refuses to allow inspection, write the following on
the delivery receipt:
Driver refuses to allow inspection of
containers for visible damage.
6. Telephone the carrier’s office immediately upon finding
damage, and request an inspection. Mail a written confirmation
of the time, date, and the person called.
7. Save any packages and packing material for further inspection
by the carrier.
8. Promptly file a written claim with the carrier and attach copies
of all supporting paperwork.
We will continue our policy of assisting our customers in collecting
claims which have been properly filed and actively pursued. We
cannot, however, file any damage claims for you, assume the
responsibility of any claims, or accept deductions in payment for
such claims.
Record the model and serial numbers of the unit for easy reference. Always refer
to both model and serial numbers in your correspondence regarding the unit.
Model: _______________________________________________________
Serial Number: _________________________________________________
Purchased From: ________________________________________________
Date Installed: _______________
Voltage: ___________________
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Fryer • Original Equipment Limited Warranty
Alto-Shaam, Inc. warrants to the original purchaser that any original part that
is found to be defective in material or workmanship will, at our option, subject
to provisions hereinafter stated, be replaced with a new or rebuilt part.
The labor warranty remains in effect one (1) year from installation or fifteen
(15) months from the shipping date, whichever occurs first. Alto-Shaam will
bear normal labor charges performed during standard business hours not
subject to overtime, holiday rates, or any additional fees.
The parts warranty remains in effect one (1) year from installation or fifteen
(15) months from the shipping date, whichever occurs first.
This warranty does not apply to:
1.
Safety thermostat, circuit breaker and overload protector reset or fuse
replacement unless specifically warranted.
2.
Any and all malfunction due to operation at voltages other than specified
on the equipment. Conversion to correct voltage and phase are the
responsibility of the purchaser.
3.
Any and all problems due to electrical connections not in accordance with
electrical code requirements and the wiring diagrams supplied with the
equipment.
4.
Calibration of heat controls on original components after the first sixty
(60) days.
5.
Replacement of items subject to normal wear. Such items include but are
not limited to knobs, light bulbs, baskets, grids, mechanical timers,
thermocouples, fuses and indicating lights.
6.
Normal maintenance functions including lubrication, adjustments of airflow, thermostats, door mechanisms, microswitches, burners and pilot
burners.
7.
Installation labor, inspection, and start-up are not considered warranty
items.
8.
Charges incurred by delays or operational restrictions which hinder the
ability of a service technician to perform service are not covered by
warranty.
9.
Equipment damage caused by accident, shipping, improper installation or
alteration.
10. Equipment used under conditions of abuse, misuse, carelessness or
abnormal conditions including equipment subjected to harsh or
inappropriate chemicals, poor water quality or equipment with missing or
altered serial numbers.
11. Any losses or damages resulting from malfunction, including loss of
product or consequential or incidental damages of any kind.
12. Equipment modified in any manner from original model, substitution of
parts other than factory authorized parts, removal of any parts or addition
of any parts.
Alto-Shaam factory authorized replacement parts are warranted for ninety (90)
days from date of purchase on non-warranty equipment. Replacement parts
warranty is limited to the defective part only. The use of parts other than
factory authorized Alto-Shaam replacement parts completely voids warranty
coverage.
This warranty is exclusive and is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or
implied, including the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for
purpose. In no event shall the Company be liable for loss of use, loss of
revenue, or loss of product or profit, or for indirect or consequential damages.
This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied and AltoShaam, Inc. neither assumes or authorizes any persons to assume for it any
other obligation or liability in connection with Alto-Shaam equipment.
COOK/HOLD/SERVE SYSTEMS BY
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W164 N9221 Water Street ● P.O. Box 450 ● Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin 53052-0450 ● U.S.A.
PHONE:
262.251.3800
FAX:
262.251.7067 ● 800.329.8744 U.S.A./CANADA
WEBSITE:
800.558.8744 U.S.A./CANADA
262.251.1907 INTERNATIONAL
WWW.alto-shaam.com
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