TC8 Vegas Operation Manual

TC8 Vegas Operation Manual
SERVICE CENTER
AUTHORIZED DEALER
Ed. 06/2011
OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
TC 8 INGR. CE
TCG 8 INGR. CE
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INTRODUCTION
 This manual is meant to provide customers with information on the machine and
its specifications and the necessary operating and maintenance instructions in
order to guarantee the best possible use of the machine and preserve its efficiency
in the long term .
 This manual is to be used by qualified and skilled people well informed about the
use of the machine and its periodical maintenance.
CONTENTS
CHAP. 1 - INFORMATION ON THE MACHINE
1.1
- GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
1.2
- SAFETY DEVICES INSTALLED ON THE MACHINE
1.2.1 - mechanical safeties
1.2.2 - electrical safeties
1.3
- DESCRIPTION OF THE MACHINE
1.3.1 - general description
1.3.2 - manufacturing features
1.3.3 - machine components - TC
1.3.4 - machine components - TCG
pag. 4
CHAP. 2 - TECHNICAL DATA
pag. 8
2.1
- OVERALL DIMENSIONS, WEIGHT, CHARACTERISTICS ...
CHAP. 3 - THE ARRIVAL OF THE MACHINE
3.1
- DESPATCH OF THE MACHINE
3.2
- PACKAGE CHECK UPON RECEIPT
3.3
- PACKAGE DISPOSAL
pag. 10
CHAP. 4 - INSTALLATION
4.1
- SETTING UP OF THE MACHINE
4.2
- ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
4.2.1 - TC/TCG Ingr. with single-phase motor
4.3
- ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
4.3.1 - TC single-phase electrical circuit diagram
4.3.2 - TCG three-phase electrical circuit diagram
4.4
- FUNCTIONING CHECK
pag. 11
CHAP. 5 - USE OF THE MACHINE
5.1
- CONTROLS
5.2
- LOADING OF THE PRODUCT
pag. 14
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CHAP. 7 - MAINTENANCE
7.1 -GENERAL FEATURES
Before performing any maintenance operations, it is necessary to disconnect the
plug from the socket to insulate completely the machine from the rest of the system.
7.2 -FEET
Feet may deteriorate or lose their elasticity, thus reducing the stability of the machine.
In this case, please call the “SERVICE CENTRE” to have it repair.
7.3 - POWER SUPPLY CORD
Periodically check whether the power supply cord is worn-out and, if this is the case,
please call the “SERVICE CENTRE” to have it replaced.
CHAP. 8 - DISPOSAL OF THE MACHINE
CHAP. 6 - GENERAL CLEANING
6.1
- INTRODUCTION
6.2
- HOW TO CLEAN THE MACHINE
6.2.1 - cleaning of the meat chopper
6.2.2 - cleaning of the opening of the meat chopper
6.2.3 - cleaning of the body of the machine
pag. 16
CHAP. 7 - MAINTENANCE
7.1
- INTRODUCTION
7.2
- FEET
7.3
- POWER SUPPLY CABLE
pag. 18
CHAP. 8 - DISPOSAL OF THE MACHINE
8.1
- PUTTING THE MACHINE OUT OF SERVICE
8.2
- WEEE Waste of Electric and Electronic Equipment
pag. 18
8.1 - PUTTING THE MACHINE OUT OF SERVICE
If for some reason, you decide to put the machine out of service, make sure nobody
can use it: disconnect it from the mains and eliminate the electrical connections.
8.2 -WEEE Waste of Electric and Electronic Equipment
Directive 2002/95/EC, 2002/96/EC and 2003/108/EC on the restriction of the use of
certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment, and waste
electrical and electronic equipment
This symbol, crossed out wheelie bin, on the product or on its packaging indicates
that this product must not be disposed of with your other household waste.
Separate waste collection of this appliance is organised and managed by the
manufacturer. It is the user’s responsibility to contact the manufacturer and follow
the waste treatment system the manufacturer has adopted for separate waste
collection.
The separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment at the time of disposal
will help to conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that
protects human health and the environment.
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CHAP. 1 - INFORMATION ON THE MACHINE
1.1 - GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
 The machine must be operated only by highly qualified people who are fully
aware of the safety measures described in this manual.
 In case of a personnel turn over, training is to be provided in advance.
 Before starting cleaning and maintenance operations, disconnect the plug from the
6.2.3 - Cleaning of the body of the machine (see FIG. n°10)
The body of the machine, at work, can be performed with neutral detergent and a wet
cloth and abundantly rinsed with
warm water.
At the end dry accurately all the
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elements and reassemble them.
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supply socket.
 Assess the residual risks carefully to carry out cleaning and maintenance.
 Cleaning and maintenance require great concentration.
 A regular control of the electric supply cord is absolutely necessary; a worn-out or
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damage cord is very dangerous.
 If the machine shows malfunctions, it is recommended not to use it and to abstain
from trying to repair it; please call the “Service Centre”.
 Do not use the machine for products with bones, frozen foods, fishes or any
product other than food.
 Do not introduce fingers in the opening or inside the machine when it is
functioning.
 The manufacturer is not liable in the following cases:
 if the machine has been tampered by non-authorized personnel;
 if some parts have been substituted by non original spare parts;
 if the instructions contained in this manual are not followed accurately;
 if the machine surface is not cleaned with the right product.
1.2 - SAFETY DEVICES INSTALLED ON THE MACHINE
1.2.1 - mechanical safeties
The mechanical safety devices installed on the machine, described in this manual,
comply with EC 2006/42.
The safety protections are (see 1.3.3):
- opening cover on the chopper;
- feeding neck on meat chopper;
- pounder on meat chopper.
1.2.2 - electrical safeties
The electrical safety devices installed on the machine, described in this manual,
comply with EC 2006/95 and 2004/108. The machine is equipped with:
 micromagnets that stopsthe machine if the cover on the opening is openened (see
FIG. n°1), and do not permit to start the machine if the cover is not closed;
 micromagnets on the collecting cup and pushing lever;
 relay on the control circuit, in case of power supply missing,. It is necessary to
restart the machine.
Even though the TC/TCG Ingr. are provided with electrical and mechanical
protections (when the machine is working and for maintenance and cleaning
operations), there are still RESIDUAL RISKS that cannot be eliminated completely,
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1
2 3
4
6
Fig. n°10a - Disassembly components of TC
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5
9
8
2
3
4
10
1
Fig. n°10b - Disassembly components of TCG
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CHAP. 6 - GENERAL CLEANING
6.1 - INTRODUCTION
 The cleaning of the machine is an operation that has to be performed at least once
a day and, if necessary more often.
 All the machine parts, that are in contact with the product, must be cleaned accurately .
 Never clean the machine by means of compressed water or water jets, but with
water and neutral detergent.
 Do not use brushes or others tools that could damage the machine.
WARNING: Before performing any cleaning operation, disconnect the machine
plug from the mains to insulate it from the rest of the system.
Pay attention to the residual risks due to cutting and/or sharp parts of the machine
WARNING!
DO NOT PUT ANY OF THE COMPONENTS IN THE DISHWASHER.
6.2 - HOW TO CLEAN THE MACHINE
N.B. The machine can be disassembled completely (see FIG.n°10)
6.2.1 - cleaning of the meat chopper opening (see FIG.n°10)
Proceed as follows:
- remove the pestle (6) and the hopper (7);
- unscrew the wheel (1) and remove it, then in the following order extract the plate
(2) and the knife (3) (always coupled) and the feeding screw (4), pay the maximum ATTENTION when you handle the knife;
- unscrew the two lateral fixing knobs (5) of the opening, supporting it with one
hand.
At this stage, all the elements of the opening can be washed with neutral detergent
and abundantly rinsed with warm water, then dried and reassembled.
these risks are mentionned in this manual under WARNING.
These risks are scalds caused by the loading and unloading of the product, or other
kind of injuries due to the maintenance operations.
1.3 - DESCRIPTION OF THE MACHINE
1.3.1 - General description
Our firm has designed and manufactured the TC/TCG Ingr. to chop meat and grate
foodstuffs as cheese and to guarantee:
- the highest degree of safety in functioning, cleaning and maintenance;
- the highest hygienic standard due to an accurate choice of materials which come
into contact with the foodstuffs, elimination of the cormers in the parts of the
machine that enters into contact with the foodstuffs, so as to obtain an easy and
perfect cleaning, as well as an easier disassembly
- solidity and stability of all the elements;
- great handiness.
1.3.2 - technical features
The professional TC/TCG Ingr. CE has been manufactured with the following
materials:
- body of the machine made of anodised extruded aluminium;
- Side ABS covers;
- Aluminium pressure die-casting meat grinder head, extruded aluminium grater
head. These finishings are food-safe and guarantee high resistance against acids
and oxidation;
- stainless steel grating roller;
- knife, meat chopper plate and stainless steel hopper;
- collecting cup made of PS thermoformed polystyrene for food products;
- polyethylene meat pestle.
6.2.2 - cleaning of the opening of the grater (see FIG. n°10b)
WARNING: The grating roller can cause injuries if t enters in contact with
unprotected parts of the body, use appropriate gloves to handle metallic
objects.
Proceed as follows:
- remove the collecting cup (10);
- unscrew the two lateral fixing knobs (8) of the opening, supporting it with a
hand;
- then extract slowly the grating element (9), paying the maximum attention to the
extraction of the roller .
- Pay the maximum ATTENTION not to trouch the grating roller.
At this stage all the elements of the grater can be washed with neutral detergent and
abundantly rinsed with warm water, then dried for the assembly.
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1.3.3 - machine components
FIG. n°1 - General view of TC
1
2
3
6
5
4
Loading of the product in the meat chopper (see FIG. n°1a)
Proceed as follows:
1. Never introduce hands in the opening of the machine when it is functioning, but
use the pestle.
2. For the meat chopper, the product must be loaded when the machine is on;
3. Place the product in the hopper (8) and then turn on the machine with push-button
“I” (ref. 2 - FIG. n°8);
4. Lift the pestle (7) and introduce the product in the opening; use the pestle only to
help the introduction of meat into the opening without forcing;
5. For the long life of the plate and the knife, and to obtain the best cut:
- turn off the machine as soon as the meat stops to come out;
- always keep plate and knife together;
- avoid tightening the wheel excessively (ref. 6 - FIG. n°1).
6 At the end of the cutting work, stop the machine by pressing on the stop pushbutton “0” (see FIG. n°8), then disassemble and clean accurately the opening and
all the other elements (see FIG. n°1).
7 In case of jamming or difficulties of grinding, turn off the machine and pulse on
inverting push-button “I” (ref. 1 - FIG. n°8); then restart the machine with pushbutton start “I” (ref. 2 - FIG. n°8).
Loading of the product in the grater (see FIG. n°1b)
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Legend
8
9
6
1
Machine body
2
Meat chopper opening
3
Feeding screw
4
Knive
5
Plate
6
Wheel
7
Pestle
8
Hopper
9
side covers
Proceed as follows:
1. WARNING: never introduce your hands in the opening of the grater when it is
functioning, but stop the machine carefully to avoid any undesirable contact with
the grating roller.
2. The grater must be loaded when the motor is OFF;
3. Lift the grating lever (14) and place the product on the opening of the grater locking it with the lever of the grater. The quantity of product introduced in the opening has to permit the closing of the lever.
4. Make sure that the collecting cup (11) is placed correctly (it must be inserted
completely until it touches the body of the machine) so as to permit the reaction
of the micro and the starting of the machine.
N.B. If the lever is not closed correctly or if the collecting cup is not placed
correctly, the machine does not function .
5. Press push-button “I” to start the machine (ref. 2 -FIG. n°8);
6. At the end of the work, stop the machine by pressing the stop push-button
“0” (see FIG. n°8), then disassemble and clean accurately the opening and all the
elements (see par. 6.2).
7. In case of jamming or locking of the roller, stop the machine and pulse with the
inverting push-button “I” (ref. 1 -FIG. n°8); Then restart the machine by pressing
push-button “I” (rif. 2 - FIG. n°8).
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4.4 - FUNCTIONING CHECK
N.B. Do not let the machine function without product; during the functioning of
the grater, unscrew the wheel of the meat chopper, so as the feeding screw, the
plate and the knife do not rotate without product .
To check the correct functioning of the machine, follow this procedure:
1. Turn ON push-button “I” (ref. 2 - FIG. n°8) and stop push-button “0” (ref. 2 FIG. n°8);
2. Check if by pressing push-button “I” (ref. 1 - FIG. n°8) the rotation sense of the
grating roller is reverse.
CHAP. 5 - MACHINE USE
1.3.4 - machine components
FIG. n°1 - General view of TCG
1
3
6
5
14
2
13
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5.1 - CONTROLS
The controls are placed on the body of the machine as indicated in the
figure below.
1. Push-button to invert the rotation sense “I”
(it functions when pressed).
2. ON/OFF push-button “I/0”.
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2
12
11
1
Legend
FIG. n°8 - Controls position
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5.2 - LOADING OF THE PRODUCT
NB: Before starting any work, make sure the grater and meat chopper openings
are well fixed by means of the two lateral knobs.
Place yourself in a correct position so as to avoid contacts with the moving elements:
the body must be perpendicular to the working table (see FIG. n°9).
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FIG. n°9 - Correct position
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7
1
Machine body
2
Meat chopper opening
3
Feeding screw
4
Knive
5
Plate
6
Wheel
7
Pestle
8
Hopper
9
side covers
10
Knob to fix the openings
11
Collecting cup
12
Grater opening
13
Grating roller
14
Pushin lever of the grater
CHAP. 2 - TECHNICAL DATA
4.3.2 - TCG 1ph electrical circuit diagram
2.1 -OVERALL DIMENSIONS, WEIGHT, CHARACTERISTICS ...
FIG. n°2a - Overall dimensions drawings TC
TCG 8 Ingr. with reverse
TCG 8 Ingr. without reverse
Fig. n°7
TAB. n°1 - OVERALL DIMENSIONS AND TECHNICAL FEATURES
Model
u.m.
TC 8 Ingr.
AxB
mm
205x170
CxDxF
mm
335x300x360
85 410
mm
Kg/h.
E G
Output/h. TC
Motor
70
watt/Hp
250 / 0,34
230V / 50Hz
mm ø
Kg
6
10
dB
≤ 60
Power source
Standard plate
Net weight
Degree of noise
8
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FIG. n°2b - Overall dimensions drawings TCG
Grating roller rotation
Feeling screw rotation
FIG. n°5 - Rotation sense of the feeding screw and of the grating roller
4.3 -ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
4.3.1 - TC 1ph electrical circuit diagram
TC 8 Ingr. with reverse
TAB. n°2 - OVERALL DIMENSIONS AND TECHNICAL FEATURES
Model
u.m.
TCG 8 Ingr.
AxB
mm
205x170
CxDxF
mm
486x300x360
85 420
E G
Output/h. TC
Motor
mm
Kg/h.
watt/Hp
250 / 0,34
230V / 50Hz
mm ø
Kg
6
14
dB
≤ 60
Power source
Standard plate
Net weight
TC 8 Ingr. without reverse
70
Degree of noise
WARNING: The electrical characteristics for which the appliance is designed are
indicated on the reference plate applied on the side of the machine; before connecting
to power supply, see paragraph 4.2 electrical connections.
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CHAP. 3 - THE ARRIVAL OF THE MACHINE
3.1 - DESPATCH OF THE MACHINE (see FIG. n°3)
The TC/TCG Ingr. is accurately packed and then despatched from our warehouse.
The package includes:
TC INGR.
a)
TCG INGR.
3.2 - PACKAGE CHECK UPON RECEIPT
If no external damage is evident on the package upon its arrival, open it and check
that all the components are inside (see FIG. n°3). If the package has suffered rough
handling, bumps or crashes, the carrier must be informed about any damage;
moreover a detailed report on the extent of the damage caused to the machine must be
filled within three days from the delivery date shown in the shipping documents.. Do
not overturn the package!! When the package is transported, make sure the box is
lifted by the 4 corners (parallel to the ground).
a)
b)
a strong cardboard box + protections;
the machine;
b)
a strong cardboard box + protections;
the machine;
e)
this manual;
c)
the hopper
f)
EC conformity declaration.
d)
the pestle
3.3 -PACKAGING DISPOSAL
The components of the packaging (cardboard, pallet, plastic straps and polyurethane)
are urban solid waste; therefore they can be easily disposed. If the machine has to be
installed in countries where specific regulations are in force, packaging must be
disposed in compliance with them.
e)
this manual;
f)
EC conformity declaration.
CHAP. 4 - INSTALLATION
4.1 - SETTING UP OF THE MACHINE
The machine must be installed on a working table suitable for its overall dimensions
shown in Tab. 1-2, therefore it must be adequately large, well levelled, dry, smooth,
resistant, stable. Moreover the machine must be installed in a room with max. 75%
not saline humidity at a temperature between +5°C and +35°C; that is to say in a
place that does not provoke the machine failure.
b)
4.2 -ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
4.2.1 - TC/TCG Ingr. with 1ph motor
Tha appliance is equipped with a power supply cord which section 3x1.5mm², length
1.5m with a “SUKO” plug. Connect the appliance to 230 Volt 50 Hz, by interposing
a differential-magnetothermic switch of 10A, ∆ I = 0.03A. Check that the earthing is
fully operational. Moreover check that the features on the rating plate - serial number
(see FIG. n°4) correspond to the features shown in the consignment and delivery
note.
TC Ingr.
d)
c)
FIG. n°4 - Rated plate - serial number
FIG. n°3 - Description of the package
TCG Ingr.
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