STOELTING 100FA (01) PDF MANUAL


Post questions, comments, reviews or page errors in the comment box below.

Your File is Ready … Download PDF

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD STOELTING 100FA (01) PDF MANUAL


PDF Content Summary: Model 100FA / 100CA / 2217GA OPERATORS MANUAL Manual No. 513653 Mar. 2010 This manual provides basic information about the machine. Instructions and suggestions are given covering its operation and care. The illustrations and specifi cations are not binding in detail. We reserve the right to make changes to the machine without notice, and without incurring any obligation to modify or pro vide new parts for machines built prior to date of change. DO NOT ATTEMPT to operate the machine until instructions and safety precautions in this manual are read completely and are thoroughly understood. If problems develop or questions arise in connection with installation, operation, or servicing of the machine, contact Stoelting. Stoelting Foodservice Equipment

stoeltingfoodservice.com 502 Highway 67 Kiel, WI 53042-1600 U.S.A. Main Tel: 800.558.5807 Customer Service: 888.429.5920 Fax: 800.545.0662 Email: foodservice@stoelting.com © 2014 PW Stoelting, LLC

Fax: 920.894.7029

A Few Words About Safety Safety Information Read and understand the entire manual before operating or maintaining Stoelting equipment. This manual provides the operator with information for the safe operation and maintenance of Stoelting equipment. As with any machine, there are hazards associated with their operation. For this reason safety is emphasized throughout the manual. To highlight specifi c safety information, the following safety defi ni tions are provided to assist the reader. The purpose of safety symbols is to attract your at tention to possible dangers. The safety symbols, and their explanations, deserve your careful attention and understanding. The safety warnings do not by themselves eliminate any danger. The instructions or warnings they give are not substitutes for proper accident prevention measures. If you need to replace a part, use genuine Stoelting parts with the correct part number or an equivalent part. We strongly recommend that you do not use replacement parts of inferior quality. Safety Alert Symbol: This symbol Indicates danger, warning or caution. Attention is required in order to avoid serious per sonal injury. The message that follows the symbol contains important information about safety. Signal Word: Signal words are distinctive words used throughout this manual that alert the reader to the existence and relative degree of a hazard. WARNING The signal word “WARNING” indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, may result in death or serious injury and equipment/property damage. CAUTION The signal word “CAUTION” indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury and equipment/property damage. CAUTION The signal word “CAUTION” not preceded by the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, may result in equip ment/property damage. NOTE (or NOTICE) The signal word “NOTICE” indicates information or procedures that relate directly or indirectly to the safety of personnel or equipment/property.

TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION DESCRIPTION PAGE SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................. 1 1.1 Description ...................................................................................................................... 1 1.2 Specifications .................................................................................................................. 1 SECTION 2 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS...................................................................................... 3 2.1 Safety Precautions .......................................................................................................... 3 2.2 Shipment and Transit ...................................................................................................... 3 2.3 Freezer Installation .......................................................................................................... 3 2.4 Adjusting Cup Dispensers ............................................................................................... 7 SECTION 3 INITIAL SET-UP AND OPERATION ................................................................................. 9 3.1 Operator's Safety Precautions ......................................................................................... 9 3.2 Operating Controls and Indicators .................................................................................... 9 3.3 Draining the Freezer For Disassembling and Cleaning ..................................................... 10 3.4 Disassembly and Cleaning of Freezer Parts .................................................................... 10 3.5 Sanitizing The Freezers and Freezer Parts ...................................................................... 15 3.6 Assembly of Freezer ....................................................................................................... 15 3.7 Mix Information ................................................................................................................ 17 3.8 Freeze Down and Operation ............................................................................................ 17 3.9 Dispensing Product ......................................................................................................... 17 3.10 Routine Cleaning ............................................................................................................. 17 3.11 Preventative Maintenance ................................................................................................ 17 3.12 Extended Storage............................................................................................................ 18 SECTION 4 DECALS AND TAGS ....................................................................................................... 21 4.1 How to Order Decals and Tags ........................................................................................ 21 LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Figure Illustration Page 1 Model 100C - Front .................................................................................................................... 2 2 Model 100C - Side ..................................................................................................................... 2 3 Model 100F/2217G - Front ......................................................................................................... 2 4 Model 100F/2217G - Side .......................................................................................................... 2 5 Adjustable Leg .......................................................................................................................... 3 6 Warning Label Locations - 100C ................................................................................................ 4 7 Warning Label Locations - 100F/2217G ..................................................................................... 5 8 Space & Ventilation Requirements ............................................................................................ 6 9 Electrical Plug ........................................................................................................................... 6 10 Installing Sani-tray and Cover .................................................................................................... 6 11 Adjusting Cup Dispensers ......................................................................................................... 7 12 Operating Controls..................................................................................................................... 9 13 Remove Sani-tray and Cover ...................................................................................................... 11 14 Draining Product ........................................................................................................................ 11 15 Removing Spigot Assembly ....................................................................................................... 12 16 Removing Spigot O-RIng from Spigot Body ................................................................................ 12 17 Cut-away View of Spigot Assembly ........................................................................................... 12 18 Removing Drive Cap and O-Ring ................................................................................................ 13 19 Removing Sealer Ring ............................................................................................................... 13 20 Removing Agitator Assembly and Lower Bushing ...................................................................... 13 21 Removing Divider Plate from Agitator Fingers............................................................................. 14 22 Removing Drive Shaft ................................................................................................................. 14 23 Exploded View of Divider plate and Agitator Assembly .............................................................. 14 24 Lubricating Drive Shaft ............................................................................................................... 15 25 Installing Divider Plate and Agitator Assembly ........................................................................... 16 26 Proper Installation of Sealer Ring ............................................................................................... 16 27 Correct and Incorrect Alignment of Vertical Center Post Guide Hole .......................................... 16 28 External Parts To Be Cleaned ................................................................................................... 19

1.1 DESCRIPTION SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION

Models 100CA, 100FA, and 2217GA freezers are gravity fed. The freezers are equipped with fully automatic controls to provide a uniform product. The freezers are designed to operate with Slush Puppie neutral bases and concentrated flavors. 1.2 SPECIFICATIONS Model 100CA This manual is designed to assist qualified service personnel and operators in the installation, operation and maintenance of the Models 100CA, 100FA, and 2217GA freezers. Model 100FA Model 2217GA

Dimensions Machine with crate Machine with crate Machine with crate width 15'' (38,1 cm) 28'' (71,1 cm) 15'' (38,1 cm) 17'' (43,2 cm) 15'' (38,1 cm) 17'' (43,2 cm) height 32'' (81,3 cm) 40-1/4'' (102,2 cm) 58'' (147,3 cm) 66'' (167,6 cm) 58'' (147,3 cm) 66'' (167,6 cm)

depth 29-1/2'' (74,9 cm) 35-1/2'' (90,2 cm) 15'' (38,1 cm) 21'' (53,3 cm) 15'' (38,1 cm) 21'' (53,3 cm)

Weight 142 lbs (64,4 kg) 200 lbs (90,7 kg) 140 lbs (63,5 kg) 165 lbs (74,8 kg) 160 lbs (72,5 kg) 185 lbs (83,9 kg)

Electrical 1 Phase, 115 VAC, 60Hz 1 Phase, 115 VAC, 60Hz 1 Phase, 115 VAC, 60Hz

running amps approximately 7A approximately 7A approximately 9A

connection type Compressor NEMA5-15P included 2,250 Btu/hr NEMA5-15P included NEMA5-15P included 2,250 Btu/hr 2,250 Btu/hr

Drive Motor Cooling Hopper Volume 1/12 hp Air cooled units require 6" (15,2 cm) air space an sides and back 10 gallon (37,85 liters) 1/12 hp Air cooled units require 6" (15,2 cm) air space at front and back. 10 gallon (37,85 liters) 1/12 hp Air cooled units require 6" (15,2 cm) air space at front and back. 10 gallon (37,85 liters)

1

Figure 1 Figure 2 AIR OUT

Model 100CA - Front Figure 3 Model 100FA/2217GA - Front Model 100CA - Side Figure 4 Model 100FA/2217GA - Side

NOTE: Figures in parenthesis are in centimeters. 2

2.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SECTION 2 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS NOTICE

Do not attempt to operate the freezer until the safety precautions and operating instructions in this manual are read and completely understood. Take notice of all warning labels on the freezer (Figures 6 & 7). The labels have been put there to help maintain a safe working environment. The labels have been designed to withstand washing and cleaning. All labels must remain legible for the life of the freezer. Labels should be checked periodically to be sure they can be recognized as warning labels. If danger, warning, or caution labels are needed, indicate the part number, type of label, location of label, and quantity required along with your address and advise your distributor. 2.2 SHIPMENT AND TRANSIT The freezer has been assembled, operated and inspected at the factory. Upon arrival at the final destina tion, the complete freezer must be checked for any damage which may have occurred during transit. With the method of packaging used, the freezer should arrive in excellent condition. THE CARRIER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL DAMAGE IN TRANSIT, WHETHER VISIBLE OR CONCEALED. Do not pay the freight bill until the freezer has been checked for damage. Have the carrier note any visible damage on the freight bill. If concealed damage and/or shortage is found later, advise the carrier within 10 days and request inspection. The customer must place claim for damages and/or shortages in shipment with the carrier. 2.3 FREEZER INSTALLATION Installation of the freezer involves moving the freezer close to its permanent location, removing all crating, setting in place, assembling parts, and cleaning. A. Uncrate the freezer. B. The floor model freezers must be placed in a solid level position. To level the freezer, turn the bottom part of each leg in or out. Place a level on top of the hopper, with the cover removed, to check whether or not the freezer is level (Fig. 5). Accurate leveling is necessary to insure proper operation and correct drainage of freezer barrel. WARNING Lifting hazard Do not attempt to lift freezer manually. Use proper lift ing equipment such as a forklift, lift table, or pallet jack, with lifting device positioned beneath the freezer’s base. Ensure that personnel remain clear of suspended load. Failure to do so may result in personal injury and/or damage to the freezer that will void any factory warranties. Figure 5 Adjustable Leg C. The counter model freezer must be placed on a solid level surface. Place the rubber pad furnished under the freezer to create a seal to that surface. The counter model freezer is air-cooled and discharges at the top. AL LOUVERED PANELS MUST have 3" of clearance on sides of unit, 10" of clearance at the top, and 1" clearance at rear of unit for proper cooling.

3 IMPORTANT NOTICE TO OPERATOR BEFORE INSTALLING EQUIPMENT, READ THE OWNER'S MANUAL CAREFULLY. TAKE NOTE OF ALL INSTRUCTIONS AND CAUTION DECALS ON THIS EQUIPMENT. GO OVER THE MANUAL THOROUGHLY AND POINT OUT ALL DECALS TO YOUR EMPLOYEES, SO THEY UNDERSTAND HOW TO SAFELY OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT. DO NOT REMOVE, DEFACE, OR PAINT OVER ANY DECALS. THEY ARE THERE FOR YOUR SAFETY. ④ ④ (Behind Sani-tray) (Behind Sani-tray) CAUTION THIS DEVICE MUST BE PLUGGED INTO A PROPERLY GROUNDED RECEPTACLE TO PREVENT ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. TAMPERING WITH THE PLUG OR USING VOLTAGES OTHER THAN THE SPECIFICATIONS ON I.D. PLATE WILL VOID YOUR WARRANTY. REFER TO OWNER'S MANUAL FOR INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. 723529 Figure 6 Warning Label Locations - 100C 4 IMPORTANT NOTICE TO OPERATOR BEFORE INSTALLING EQUIPMENT, READ THE OWNER'S MANUAL CAREFULLY. TAKE NOTE OF ALL INSTRUCTIONS AND CAUTION DECALS ON THIS EQUIPMENT. GO OVER THE MANUAL THOROUGHLY AND POINT OUT ALL DECALS TO YOUR EMPLOYEES, SO THEY UNDERSTAND HOW TO SAFELY OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT. DO NOT REMOVE, DEFACE, OR PAINT OVER ANY DECALS. THEY ARE THERE FOR YOUR SAFETY. (Affixed to condenser shroud) ④ (Affixed to condenser shroud) ④ CAUTION THIS DEVICE MUST BE PLUGGED INTO A PROPERLY GROUNDED RECEPTACLE TO PREVENT ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. TAMPERING WITH THE PLUG OR USING VOLTAGES OTHER THAN THE SPECIFICATIONS ON I.D. PLATE WILL VOID YOUR WARRANTY. REFER TO OWNER'S MANUAL FOR INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. 723529 Figure 7 Warning Label Locations - 100F/2217G 5

D. The floor model freezers are equipped with air-cooled condensers and require correct ventilation. The front of the freezer is the air intake and must be unobstructed. Air discharges out of the rear of the unit. Do not obstruct the discharge. Allow a 6" (15.2 cm) clearance behind the unit (Fig. 8). CAUTION Risk of product damage Air cooled condenser requires proper ventilation. Fail ure to provide adequate ventilation will void factory warranties. Figure 8 Space and Ventilation Requirements E. Place the ON-OFF-STIR ONLY toggle switch in the OFF position. This switch is located on the lower left of the freezer, under the drip tray and cover. F. Connect the power cord. The plug is designed for 115 volt/15 amp duty. The unit must be connected to a properly grounded receptacle. The electrical cord furnished as part of the freezer has a three prong grounding type plug (Fig.9). The use of an extension cord is not recommended. If one must be used, use one with a wire, size 12 gauge or heavier, with a ground. Do not use an adaptor to avoid grounding equipment. WARNING Do not alter or deform electrical plug in any way. Altering the plug to fit into an outlet of different configu ration may cause fire, risk of electrical shock, product damage and will void the warranty. Figure 9 Electrical Plug G. Install the sani-tray, cover and miscellaneous parts on the freezeer (Fig. 10). Figure 10 Installing Sani-tray and Cover

6 2.4 ADJUSTING CUP DISPENSERS To adjust the cup dispensers, install the size cup desired into the dispenser and turn the wing nut on the dispenser mounting bracket until enough tension is applied to the rim of the cup to keep it from dropping out (Fig. 11). Do not overtighten the wing nuts. WING NUTS Figure 11 Adjusting Cup Dispensers 7 8 SECTION 3 INITIAL SET-UP AND OPERATION

3.1 OPERATOR'S SAFETY PRECAUTIONS A. Know the freezer. Read and understand the Operating Instructions. B. Notice all warning labels on the freezer. C. Wear proper clothing. Avoid loose fitting garments, and remove watches, rings or jewelry which could cause a serious accident. D. Maintain a clean work area. Avoid accidents by cleaning up the area and keeping it clean. E. Stay alert at all times. Know which switch, push button or control you are about to use and what effect it is going to have. F. Disconnect electrical cord for maintenance. Never attempt to repair or perform maintenance on the freezer until the main electrical power has been disconnected. G. Do not operate under unsafe operating conditions. Never operate the freezer if unusual or excessive noise or vibration occurs. 3.2 OPERATING CONTROLS AND INDICATORS Before operating the freezer, it is required that the operator know the function of each operating control and indicator. Refer to Figure 12 for the locations of the operating controls and indicators. WARNING Hazardous Voltage The stirring only-off-stirring & freezing switch must be placed in the OFF position when disassembling for cleaning or servicing. The freezer must be disconnected from electrical supply before removing any access pan els. Only a qualified service Technician may remove access panels. Failure to disconnect power before servic ing could result in death or serious injury.

STIRRING ONLY-OFF STIRRING & FREEZING TOGGLE SWITCH RESET SWITCH 24HR TIMER BATTERY BACKUP Figure 12 Operating Controls HIGH PRESSURE MANUAL RESET SWITCH

9

A. STIRRING ONLY-OFF-STIRRING & FREEZING SWITCH The STIRRING ONLY-OFF-STIRRING & FREEZ ING switch is a three-position toggle switch used to control the operation of the refrigeration system and agitator. When the switch is placed in the STIR RING ONLY position, the refrigeration system will be off and the agitator will rotate for cleaning, or if stirring is required when the store is closed. When the switch is placed in the OFF position, the refrigeration system and agitator will be off. The switch should be placed in the STIRRING & FREEZING position for normal operation. B. RESET SWITCH The reset switch is a two-position breaker switch. This switch is used to protect the freezer from mechanical damage. The switch must be in the NORMAL OPERATING POSITION (up) before the freezer will operate. Any time a condition occurs which causes the agitator drive motor to draw excessive current, the reset switch will automatically switch to the OVERLOAD CUT-OUT FREEZER NOT OPERAT ING position. This will shut down the freezing and agitation action of the freezer to protect the agitator drive motor from burning out. Should the reset switch ever trip out, move the STIRRING ONLY-OFF-STIRRING & FREEZING toggle switch to the STIRRING ONLY position. Then move the reset switch back to NORMAL OPERAT ING POSITION (up) and allow the freezer to stir, without refrigeration, for five minutes. After five minutes of stirring, return the STIRRING ONLY-OFF STIRRING & FREEZING switch to the STIRRING & FREEZING position. C. 24 HOUR TIMER To program the timer, rotate program disc in the direction of the arrows to align the correct day/time with the time of day mark. Then pull out for Off time or push in for On time. Each actuator is equivalent to 15 minutes time. Check for AM/PM centered between 12 and 12 on rotating disc. At a 6:00 setting the indicator will point to AM or PM. D. HIGH PRESSURE MANUAL RESET SWITCH The HIGH PRESSURE MANUAL RESET SWITCH is a safety switch designed to protect the compressor from damage due to excessive head pressure. When tripped, the lever will be out; push to reset. E. SPIGOT ASSEMBLY Dispensing of frozen mix is done by the SPIGOT ASSEMBLY. By pulling the spigot plunger out, mix in the form of ice crystals is dispensed through the port on the bottom of the SPIGOT ASSEMBLY. To stop dispensing, push the spigot plunger in. F. FLAVOR BOTTLES The FLAVOR BOTTLES are operated by a spring loaded, push-button pump. By pushing down, 1/4 ounce (7.39 ml) of flavor is dispensed. 3.3 DRAINING THE FREEZER FOR DISASSEMBLING AND CLEANING After installation and initial set-up, the freezer exterior must be cleaned and the freezer parts must be disas sembled, cleaned and sanitized. Cleaning and sanitizing MUST be done before the initial freeze down and operation. Subsequent cleaning and sanitizing, after the freezer has been operated and product has been dispensed, will require the freezer to be completely drained of all unused mix. Perform the following steps to drain the freezer of any unused mix: A. Set the STIRRING ONLY-OFF-STIRRING & FREEZING switch to the STIRRING ONLY position well in advance of cleaning and sanitizing to assure complete defrosting and draining of the product cylinder. B. While the freezer is in the STIRRING ONLY mode, remove the unused flavoring from the flavor bottles. All unused flavoring should be poured into the containers from which they came. C. Remove the Sani-tray and cover by gently pushing up to disengage from the support pins and pulling out and down (Fig. 13). D. With a bucket placed below the drain spigot, pull the spigot to dispense (Fig. 14). E. When liquid product is completely drained, empty the bucket into the sink. Any remaining ice can be removed by circulating warm water through barrel. 3.4 DISASSEMBLY AND CLEANING OF FREEZER PARTS WARNING Hazardous Voltage The stirring only-off-stirring & freezing switch must be placed in the OFF position when disassembling for cleaning or servicing. The freezer must be disconnected from electrical supply before removing any access pan els. Only a qualified service Technician may remove access panels. Failure to disconnect power before servic ing could result in death or serious injury.

10

Figure 13 Removing Sani-tray and Cover Figure 14 Draining Product Inspection for worn or broken parts should be made during every disassembly of the freezer for cleaning or other purposes. All worn or broken parts should be replaced to ensure safety to both the operator and the customer, and to maintain good freezer performance as well as a quality product. NOTICE Frequency of cleaning MUST comply with local health regulations. The exterior of the freezer must be kept clean at all times to preserve the luster of the stainless steel. A mild alkaline cleanser is recommended. Use a soft cloth or sponge to apply the cleanser. NOTICE Do not use acid cleaners, strong caustic compounds or abrasive materials to clean any plastic or stainless steel parts of the freezer exterior. A. Remove the dispensers from the side of the freezer by pulling straight up. Clean the cup dispensers and dispenser lids with a mild alkaline cleanser and soft cloth or sponge. B. Remove the sani-tray and insert by gently pushing up to disengage from the support pins and pulling out and down. Clean the sani-tray in the same manner as the cup dispenses. C. Remove the two-piece cover and mix level probe assembly and clean. D. Remove the flavor pumps from the bottles and pump warm soapy water through them. Then clean the bottles and pumps normally. E. To remove the upper and lower spigot assemblies, remove the retaining clip and pull the spigot assem blies straight out of the product outlet (Fig.15).

11

⮶ ⮶ Figure 15 Figure 16

Removing Spigot Assembly SPLASH DEFLECTOR Removing Spigot O-Ring from Spigot body KNOB

FOR SPIGOTSHAFT SPACER O-RING SPRING SHAFT & PLUG RETAINER CAP ASSEMBLY Figure 17 Cut-away View of Spigot Assembly 12

1. With a clean, dry towel, wipe excess lubricant from the spigot assembly and o-ring. Firmly grasp the spigot assembly with both hands and squeeze the o-ring upward (Fig 16). When a loop is formed, roll the o-ring out of the groove toward the end of the spigot assembly. (See Fig. 17 for a cutaway view of the spigot assembly.) CAUTION Do not use any type of sharp object to remove O-rings. Sharp objects may damage spigot bodies. 2. Place all loose parts in a pan or container and take them to the wash sink, filled with warm, soapy water, for cleaning. 3. Wash the product outlet with warm soapy water using the brush provided. G. For removal and disassembly of the divider plate and agitator assembly, refer to the following steps: WARNING Hazardous Voltage The stirring Only-Off-Stirring & Freezing switch must be placed in the OFF position when disassembling for cleaning or servicing. The freezer must be disconnected from electrical supply before removing any access pan els. Only a qualified service technician may remove access panels. Failure to disconnect power before servic ing could result in death or serious injury. 1. Remove the drive cap and o-ring from the agitator tube (Fig.18). Figure 18 Removing Drive Cap and O-Ring 2. Remove the sealer ring by squeezing the looped section and lifting out of the product cylinder (Fig. 19). Figure 19 Removing Sealer Ring 3. To remove the divider plate and agitator assembly, the divider plate must be first rotated counterclockwise to unlock and lift out of the product cylinder. 4. Once the divider plate and agitator assembly are lifted off the vertical product cylinder center post and out of the product cylinder, remove the divider plate assembly and anti-lift disc. Remove the plastic agitator bushing from the bottom of the product cylinder center post by lifting up and out of the product cylinder (Fig. 20). - Refer to Figure 23 for an exploded view. Figure 20 Removing Agitator Assembly and Lower Bushing

13

5. Unscrew the divider plate from the agitator fingers and remove (Fig.21). Figure 21 Removing Divider Plate from Agitator Fingers 6. Remove the drive shaft by pulling straight up and out of the vertical center post (Fig.22). Figure 22 Removing Drive Shaft Figure 23 Exploded View of Divider Plate and Agitator Assembly 7. Place all loose parts in a pan or container and take them to the wash sink, filled with warm, soapy water, for cleaning. CAUTION Do not damage parts be dropping or rough handling. Mishandling parts will void factory warranties. NOTICE Do not attempt to wash the inside of the vertical product cylinder center post. 8. Wash the inside of the product cylinder with warm, soapy water, using the brush provided.

14

3.5 SANITIZING THE FREEZER AND FREEZER PARTS After the freezer parts have been soaked and washed in warm, soapy water, they should be rinsed thoroughly in clean water. All parts must be sanitized before assembling with a USDA certified food grade sanitizing solution (50 parts per million of free available chlorine or equivalent is accept able). A. Mix a sanitizing solution of 50 parts per million to sanitize all loose parts before assembling. B. Place all loose parts in this solution, then remove and let air dry. C. Using this sanitizing solution and the brushes pro vided, sanitize the product cylinder and product outlet by dipping the brush in the sanitizing solution and scrubbing these areas. D. After assembling the freezer (Section 3.6), mix approx imately 3 gallons (11.3 liters) of sanitizing solution and pour into the product cylinder. Brush the walls of the cylinder above the divider plate, with brushes provided to sanitize this reservoir area. E. Set the STIRRING ONLY-OFF-STIRRING & FREEZING switch in the STIRRING ONLY position and allow to stir for five minutes. Drain the solution in the same manner as draining the product. F. Pour approximately one pint (1/2 liter) of mixed neutral base into the product cylinder. Wait one minute, then drain the neutral base and remaining sanitizing solution through the drain spigot. Sanitizing must be done after the freezer is clean and just before the product cylinder is filled with mixed neutral base. Sanitizing the night before is not effective. However, you should always clean the freezer and parts after use. WARNING The United States Department of Agriculture and the Food and Drug Administration require that all cleaning and sanitizing solutions used with food processing equipment be certified for this use. When sanitizing the freezer, refer to local sanitary regula tions for applicable codes and recommended disinfecting products and procedures. The frequency of sanitizing must comply with local health regulations. CAUTION Avoid prolonged contact of sanitizer with freezer parts. Prolonged contact of sanitizer with freezer may cause corrosion of stainless steel parts. 3.6 ASSEMBLY OF FREEZER To assemble the freezer and freezer parts, refer to the following steps: NOTICE Petro-Gel sanitary lubricant or equivalent must be used when lubrication of parts is specified. NOTICE The United States Department of Agriculture and the Food and Drug Administration require that lubricants used on food processing equipment be certified for this use. Use lubricants only in accordance with manufacturers instruc tions. A. Assemble the divider plate and agitator assembly as follows: 1. Before installing the drive shaft, lubricate the bottom with Petro-Gel or any other type of sanitary lubricant. Enough lubricant must be applied to create approximately a 1/8 inch bulge at the bottom of the drive shaft (Fig.24). PETRO-GEL Figure 24. Lubricating Drive Shaft

15

2. Install the drive shaft into the center post by rotating and pressing down lightly on the shaft until the shaft drops down and engages with the gear box shaft. 3. Replace the plastic lower bushing to the bottom of the vertical center post. 4. Assemble the divider plate to the stationary fingers. 5. Assemble the anti-lift disc onto the agitator (See Fig.23). 6. Slide the divider plate down from the top of the agitator tube, until it is seated properly, allowing the agitator fingers clearance for rotation. 7. Assemble the divider plate and agitator assembly onto the vertical center post, making sure the indicator arrow on the divider plate is in position to line up with the upper spigot. Grasp the agitator tube and slide the assembly down the vertical center post and lock (Fig. 25). Figure 25 Installing Divider Plate and Agitator Assembly 8. Install the sealer ring by squeezing the looped section and sliding down into the product cylinder. NOTICE For proper operation of the freezer, the looped section of the sealer ring MUST be positioned to the back of the product cylinder (Fig.26). BACK Figure 26 Proper Installation of Sealer Ring 9. Roll the agitator tube o-ring completely down the agitator tube until it seals tightly to the divider plate. 10. Rotate the agitator tube clockwise until the guide hole at the top of the agitator tube forms a complete circle with the hole at the top of the vertical center post (Fig.27). Figure 27 Correct and Incorrect Alignment of Vertical Center Post Guide Hole 11. Assemble the drive cap onto the agitator tube, aligning the guide pin in the drive cap with the guide hole in the vertical center post and pressing down.

16

B. Assemble o-rings onto the spigot plungers without lubricant. Then apply a thin film of sanitary lubricant to the exposed surfaces of the o-rings. 1. Insert the spigot assembly into the product outlet. 2. Slide the spigot retaining clip into position. C. Assemble the flavor bottles as follows: 1. Replace the bottles in the flavor rack. D. Install sani-tray and cover. E. Replace the cup dispensers on the side of the freezer by positioning the bracket on the dispenser above the bracket on the side of the freezer and sliding down. 3.7 MIX INFORMATION It is essential to follow the mixing instructions on the neutral base container carefully. The concentration of ingredients in the product, which determines the "Brix" (sugar level), is very important to the operation of the freezer and the quality of the drink. When the proper amount of neutral base is mixed with the proper amount of water, the mixture should have a "Brix" reading between 11 and 13. CAUTION Follow proper mixing procedures. Do not pour the indi vidual ingredients (water or neutral base) directly in the freezer and depend of the agitator to do the mixing. This does not provide for adequate mixing and may cause damage to the freezer. Refer to the following steps for filling the freezer: A. Follow instructions on the Slush Puppie neutral base containers to mix neutral base with water. Then pour into the freezer. B. The product cylinder has a 10 gallon capacity, when filled approximately 1" (2.54 cm) from the top of the cylinder. When filling the cylinder, it is necessary to remove all trapped air from below the divider plate. Fill the product cylinder with mix to within 1" (2.54 cm) from the top. Place a sanitary container under the serving spigot and dispense small amounts of liquid by pulling out and pushing in the spigot in a series of short bursts. Each time the spigot is closed, bubbles will rise to the top of the liquid in the product cylinder. When no morebubbles rise to the top, the air trapped under the divider plate has been removed. Pour the contents of the container back into the product cylinder. 3.8 FREEZE DOWN AND OPERATION A. With mixed Slush Puppie neutral base in the product cylinder, start the freezing process by setting the STIRRING ONLY-OFF-STIRRING & FREEZING switch in the STIRRING & FREEZING position. B. Although servable product can be obtained after the freezer has been run for 1 hour, the best quality ice crystals will develop after the freezer has been running for several more hours. 3.9 DISPENSING PRODUCT To dispense product correctly, refer to the following steps: A. Select the desired cup size. B. Dispense flavor concentrate into the cup first, by pushing the flavor pump down. Use one squirt of flavor for small cups, two squirts for medium cups and three squirts for large cups. C. Place cup under and against the spigot. D. Pull the spigot out. E. Fill the cup. The gravity flow from the spigot will automatically mix the flavor concentrate with the neutral base mixture as it is dispensed. F. When the cup is full, push the spigot in. 3.10 ROUTINE CLEANING To remove spilled or dried mix from the freezer exterior, simply wash in the direction of the finish with warm soapy water or a mild alkaline cleanser and a soft cloth or sponge. Do not use abrasive materials as they will mar the finish of the freezer. Refer to Figure 28 for all external parts of the freezer to be cleaned. 3.11 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE It is recommended that the following maintenance sched ule be followed to keep the freezer clean and operating properly. WARNING Hazardous Voltage The stirring only-off-Stirring & Freezing switch must be placed in the OFF position when disassembling for cleaning or servicing. The freezer must be disconnected from electrical supply before removing any access panels. Only a qualified Service Technician may remove access panels. Failure to disconnect power before servicing could result in death or serious injury.

17

A. DAILY 1. The exterior should be kept clean at all times to preserve the lustre of the stainless steel. A mild alkaline cleanser is recommended. Use a soft cloth or sponge to apply the cleanser. CAUTION Acid-based cleaners, strong caustic compounds and abrasive cleansers will damage plastic freezer parts and exterior panels. Use mild, alkaline cleansers only. 2. Clean the sani-tray by lifting up,out,and rinsing and replacing. B. WEEKLY 1. Remove the sani-tray and cover. Clean behind the drip tray with a soap solution. 2. Check all o-rings for excessive wear and replace if necessary. C. MONTHLY CAUTION The freezer has an air cooled condenser and must have proper air circulation. Do not place the floor model freezer any closer than six (6) inches (15.2 cm) from the wall. The counter model freezer requires a 3" (7.6 cm) clear ance on the sides, a 1" (2.5 cm) clearance at the rear, and a 10" (25.4 cm) clearance at the top. Failure to clean the condenser filter may result in serious freezer damage and could void the warranty. CONDENSER CLEANING 1. For the floor models, remove the sani-tray and insert. Remove the two phillips head screws from the lower front panel and pull panel down and out. Blow the dirt out from the opposite side of the condenser using an air tank, CO2 tank, or vacuum. 2. For the counter model, remove the six phillips head screws from the back panel. Then clean the con denser using the same method as on the floor model. 3.12 EXTENDED STORAGE Refer to the following steps for storage of the freezer over any long period of time: A. Place the STIRRING ONLY-OFF-STIRRING & FREEZING switch in the OFF position. B. Disconnect (unplug) the freezer from the electrical supply source. C. With a warm detergent solution, thoroughly clean all parts that come in contact with neutral base mix or flavors. Rinse in clear water and dry all parts. Do not sanitize. NOTICE Do not let cleaning solution or products stand in the product cylinder during shutdown period. D. Remove, disassemble and clean the spigot assem blies and lower bushing. Place these parts in a plastic bag with a moist paper towel to prevent them from becoming brittle.

18

CUP DISPENSERS AND LIDS LIQUID LEVEL INDICATOR ALL PANELS Figure 28 External Parts To Be Cleaned COVERS FLAVOR BOTTLESSANI-TRAY AND INSERT

19 20 SECTION 4 DECALS AND TAGS 4.1 HOW TO ORDER DECALS AND TAGS To assure receipt of the proper warning decals, supply your dealer or distributor with the following information: A. Model number of equipment. B. Serial number of model, stamped on nameplate. C. Part number, decal description and quantity needed. Common warning decal names and numbers are listed below. DECALS AND TAGS FOR MODELS 100C, 100F & 2217G P N ART NUMBER DESCRIPTIO 3 K 24105 DECAL CAUTION: ELECTRIC SHOC 3 S 24107 DECAL CAUTION: MOVING PART 3 G 24113 DECAL CAUTION: GROUNDED PLU 3 H 24135 DECAL TOGGLE & SAFETY SWITC 3 T 24200 DECAL MANUAL RESE 3 L 24393 DECAL STOELTING SWIR 3 l 24548 DECAL ADEQUATE VENTILATION - 100F Floor Mode 3 E 24585 DECAL REFRIGERATION CHARG 324649 DECAL ADEQUATE VENTILATION - 100C - Counter Model 7 R 23516 TAG ATTN: SET TIME 7 L 23526 TAG READ MANUA 7 N 23529 TAG CAUTIO 7 N 23537 TAG SANITARY CLEA 21 22 WARRANTY MIX TRANSFER PUMPS / COCKTAIL / SLUSH 1. Scope: Stoelting LLC warrants to the first user (the “Buyer”) that the evaporator assembly and compressor (if applicable) of Stoelting mix transfer pump, cocktail and slush equipment will be free from defects in materials and workman ship under normal use and proper maintenance appearing within five (5) years (two (2) years for “Mirage” equip ment), and that all other components of such equipment manufactured by Stoelting will be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and proper maintenance appearing within twelve (12) months after the date that such equipment is originally installed. 2. Disclaimer of Other Warranties: THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE; AND STOELTING HEREBY DISCLAIMS ANY IM PLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE. 3. Remedies: Stoelting’s sole obligations, and Buyer’s sole remedies, for any breach of this warranty shall be the repair or (at Stoelting’s option) replacement of the affected component at Stoelting’s plant in Kiel, Wisconsin, or (again, at Stoelting’s option) refund of the purchase price of the affected equipment, and, during the first ninety (90) days of the warranty period, deinstallation/reinstallation of the affected component from/into the equipment. Those obliga tions/remedies are subject to the conditions that Buyer (a) signs and returns to Stoelting, upon installation, the Warranty Registration Card for the affected equipment, (b) gives Stoelting prompt written notice of any claimed breach of warranty within the applicable warranty period, and (c) delivers the affected equipment to Stoelting or its designated service location, in its original packaging/crating, also within that period. Buyer shall bear the cost and risk of shipping to and from Stoelting’s plant or designated service location. 4. Extensions: The warranty period for deinstallation/reinstallation of the affected component from/into the equipment is extended to twelve (12) months on the following models: SO218, SO318, SO328. The warranty period for the drive motor to be free of defects in materials and workmanship extended to five (5) years on the following models: SO218, SO318, SO328. 5. Exclusions and Limitations: This warranty does not extend to parts, sometimes called “wear parts”, which are generally expected to deteriorate and to require replacement as equipment is used, including as examples but not intended to be limited to o-rings, hoses, seals and drive belts. All such parts are sold AS IS. Further, Stoelting shall not be responsible to provide any remedy under this warranty with respect to any compo nent that fails by reason of negligence, abnormal use, misuse or abuse, use with parts or equipment not manufac tured or supplied by Stoelting, or damage in transit. THE REMEDIES SET FORTH IN THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE THE SOLE LIABILITY STOELTING AND THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF BUYER WITH RESPECT TO EQUIP MENT SUPPLIED BY STOELTING; AND IN NO EVENT SHALL STOELTING BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER FOR BREACH OF WARRANTY OR OTHER CONTRACT BREACH, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORT, OR ON ANY STRICT LIABILITY THEORY. File: Policy Manual/Warrantyslush1


FREE ENGLISH PDF

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

USER GUIDE - USER MANUAL

OWNER GUIDE - OWNER MANUAL

REFERENCE GUIDE - REFERENCE MANUAL

INSTRUCTION GUIDE - INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Leave a Reply