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Chopper blender service manual 01-07-2013-en
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  • 1. Chopper/BlenderService Manual
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  • 3. PrefaceThis manual will assist trained personnel with installation, operation, maintenance, cleaning andordering spare parts for JBT FoodTech food processing equipment.Contact JBT FoodTech to purchase additional manuals or replacement parts by using thefollowing information: JBT FoodTech 400 Fairway Avenue Lakeland, FL 33801 TEL: +1.863.683.5411 FAX: +1.863.680.3672Be sure that orders for replacement parts include: 1. Name of machine 2. Quantity of parts required 3. JBT part number (from the manual or machine serial number plate, if known) 4. Description of part 5. Purchase order number 6. Shipping instructionsBe sure that orders for manuals include: 1. Name of machine 2. JBT assembly part number (from the manual or machine serial number plate, if known) 3. Purchase order number 4. Shipping instructionsContinuous product improvement is the JBT FoodTech corporate policy and we reserve theright to discontinue or change specifications, models, or designs without notice and withoutincurring obligation.Please note that depending on the application of the actual equipment, our design may deviateslightly from the equipment description in this manual. Specifically, equipment integration intolarger food processing plant control systems may display a different control panel than shown inthis manual. All principles of operation remain the same. Please refer to this manual’s appendixsection for any specific configuration changes to your equipment.Related DocumentationOther technical manuals may contain additional information concerning the operation of JBTFoodTech equipment. Their respective manufacturers provide these manuals. For current oradditional copies, direct those requests toward the corresponding manufacturer. JBT FoodTechdoes not update or maintain these documents.   Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 3
  • 4. John Bean Technologies Corporation © 2012, All rights reserved The information contained herein is proprietary and shall not be copied, in whole or in part, adapted, modified, or disseminated without the express written consent of JBT Corporation. Glossary – Terms Acronyms and Abbreviations used in this Manual Personal Protective °C Degrees Celsius °F Degrees Fahrenheit PPE Equipment GPM Gallons Per Minute NOTICE CAREFULLY READ THE INFORMATION IN THIS MANUAL BEFORE WORKING ON THE EQUIPMENT. FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR EACH STEP THOROUGHLY. PLEASE KEEP THIS MANUAL AND ALL ENCLOSED DOCUMENTATION IN AN ACCESSIBLE LOCATION KNOWN TO ALL OPERATORS, INSTALLATION, AND MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL. EMAIL ANY NEEDED REVISIONS, OMISSIONS, ADDITIONS OR COMMENTS ABOUT THIS MANUAL TO citrus.info@jbtc.com. Latin America Europe South Africa JBT de México S de RL de CV John Bean Technologies SpA John Bean Technologies (Pty) Ltd. Calle Oceanía #102 Via Mantova 63/A Koper Street Fracc. Industrial Unidad Nacional II 43122 Parma Brackenfell 66350 Santa Catarina, NL Italy Cape Town, South Africa 7560 México Phone: +39.0521.908.411 Phone: +27.21.982.1130 Tel.: +52.81.8123.7055 Fax: +39.0521.460.897 Fax: +27.21.982.1136 www.jbtfoodtech.com Fax: +52.81.8123.7054 sales.parma@jbtc.com citrus.info@jbtc.com citrus.info@jbtc.com North America South America Asia Pacific JBT FoodTech, S.L. John Bean Technologies Corporation John Bean Technologies Màq. e Equip. Ind. John Bean Technologies (Shanghai) Co. Ltd. Julián Camarillo 26, 4º 400 Fairway Avenue Ltda. Av. Eng Camilo Dinucci 4605, Haitong Security Building room 3002-3003 28037 Madrid Lakeland, FL 33801 14808-900 Araraquara, São Paulo No. 689 Guangdong Road Spain USA Brazil Shanghai 200001 Phone: +34.91.304.0045 Phone: +1.863.683.5411 Phone: +55.16.3301.2000 China Fax: +34.91.327.5003 Fax: +1.863.680.3672 Fax: +55.16.3332.0565 Phone: +86.21.6341.1616 foodtech.spain@jbtc.com citrus.info@jbtc.com latinamerica.info@jbtc.com Fax: +86.21.6341.0708    4 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 5.    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 5
  • 6. Contents Chopper/Blender ................................................................................................................................... 1  Preface.................................................................................................................................................... 3  Related Documentation  ..........................................................................................................3  . Contents.................................................................................................................................................. 6  Figures .................................................................................................................................................... 9  Safety Information ................................................................................................................................. 11  Points of Contact ...................................................................................................................  1  1 Safety Precautions .................................................................................................................  1  1 Safety Standards....................................................................................................................  1  1 Signal Words and Symbols .....................................................................................................  2  1 Hazard Zones on the Chopper/Blender ..................................................................................  2  1 Mechanical Hazards ....................................................................................................................... 13  Electrical Hazards .......................................................................................................................... 13  Noise  Hazards ............................................................................................................................... 14  Thermal Hazards ........................................................................................................................... 14  Water Pressure Lines ..................................................................................................................... 14  Substance Hazards ......................................................................................................................... 14  Electrical Safety .................................................................................................................................... 14  Wastes and Environmental Pollution .....................................................................................  5  1 Risks, Protections, Warnings and Precautions........................................................................  5  1 Intended, Non‐Intended and Incorrect Uses ..........................................................................  5  1 Different phases of the lifecycle of the machinery.......................................................................... 15  Limits  in Machine Usage .............................................................................................................. 16  Reasonably Foreseeable Misuse .................................................................................................... 16  Regulations, normative references and technical sheets .......................................................... 17  Safety Label Locations ...........................................................................................................  7  1 Equipment Description........................................................................................................................... 19     6 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 7. Optional Equipment ..............................................................................................................  2  2 Capacities/Capabilities ..........................................................................................................  3  2 Technical specifications .........................................................................................................  3  2Site Planning and Installation ................................................................................................................. 24  Utilities ..................................................................................................................................  4  2   Construction Requirements .............................................................................................  4  2 Electrical ................................................................................................................................  4  2 Water Purity ..........................................................................................................................  5  2 Air Pressure ...........................................................................................................................  5  2   Hot Water Jacket .............................................................................................................  5  2 Site Preparation.....................................................................................................................  6  2 Installation Safety..................................................................................................................  1  3 Definitions ..................................................................................................................................... 31  Transportation Safety .................................................................................................................... 31  Installation Safety Devices ............................................................................................................. 32  Installation Procedures ..........................................................................................................  5  3Operations............................................................................................................................................. 37  Operation Safety ...................................................................................................................  7  3 Hazards ......................................................................................................................................... 38  Operating the Chopper/Blender ............................................................................................  9  3Maintenance Procedures ....................................................................................................................... 41  Service and Maintenance Safety ............................................................................................  2  4 Inspection  .............................................................................................................................  3  . 4 Safety Label Replacement Instructions  .......................................................................................... 43  . Adjustments .................................................................................................................................. 44 Troubleshooting..................................................................................................................................... 45 Lubrication............................................................................................................................................. 47  Maintenance Schedule ..........................................................................................................  7  4   Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 7
  • 8. Additional Lubrication Notes .................................................................................................  8  4 Grease Fittings ............................................................................................................................... 48  Cleaning ................................................................................................................................................ 49  Recommended Spare Parts (after 2008) ................................................................................................ 51  Chopper/Blender P/N 01901123 ............................................................................................  1  5 Recommended Spare Parts (before 2008).............................................................................................. 60  Concentrate Chopper 01900868R ..........................................................................................  0  6 ISO/ANSI Safety Labels – Order Form ................................................................................................... 63  Appendix A ............................................................................................................................................ 64  Fastener Torque Specifications ..............................................................................................  4  6 Standard Fasteners ........................................................................................................................ 65  Torque Units Conversion Table ...................................................................................................... 65  Manual Revision Log ............................................................................................................................. 66  This page is intentionally left blank.    8 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 9. Figures Figure 1 – Typical Chopper/Blender Safety Label Locations .....................................................18  Figure 2 – Chopper/Blender Spiral Blade ..................................................................................19  Figure 3 – Chopper/Blender Sectional View ..............................................................................20  Figure 4 – Chopper/Blender Tank and Hot Water Jacket P/N 01900869 ...................................21  Figure 5 – Optional Intake Chute Spill Guard and Spray Header Inlet .......................................22  Figure 6 – Typical Chopper/Blender Installation Layout ............................................................27  Figure 7 – Chopper/Blender Side Dimensions (P/N 01901123 shown with 01901145 option) ...28  Figure 8 – Chopper/Blender End and Top Dimensions (P/N 01901123 shown with 01901145 option).......................................................................................................................................29  Figure 9 – Intake Chute Mounting Flange Dimensions ..............................................................30  Figure 10 –System Integrator - Chopper/Blender Guarding Examples ......................................33  Figure 11 – Typical Electrical Panel with Cover Removed ........................................................34  Figure 12 – Chopper/Blender Assembly (P/N 01901123 shown without 01901145 option) .......54  Figure 13 – Chopper/Blender Assembly P/N 01901123 (continued)..........................................55  Figure 14 – Chopper/Blender Dodge Coupling Detail ...............................................................56  Figure 15 – Optional Spray Inlet Assembly P/N 01901140 (Installed on Assy P/N 01901123) ..58  Figure 16 – Chopper/Blender Safety Labels..............................................................................59  Figure 17 – Concentrate Chopper P/N 01900868R ...................................................................61     Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 9
  • 10. Safety Information This manual contains important information on how to safely, efficiently and correctly operate and maintain JBT FoodTech equipment. Following these instructions will help keep personnel safe, reduce downtime, and increase the reliability and life of the equipment, its components, and related systems. This manual must always be available to operators whenever the equipment is operational and when the food processing season has ended. If you do not understand the Chopper/Blender after reading this manual, please obtain the proper training before working with JBT FoodTech equipment to ensure your own safety and well as your co-worker’s safety. Do not attempt to operate any equipment or system until you completely understand why, when and how it operates. If you are uncertain after studying this manual, please contact your JBT FoodTech local technical service representative. Points of Contact Contact your JBT FoodTech Account Manager for the following: • Sales and order support • Product technical training • Support service agreements Safety Precautions This manual contains essential information regarding safe and appropriate operation of JBT FoodTech equipment. Operators performing any type of activity relating to the Chopper/Blender must read and understand the instructions and warnings. Safety Standards JBT FoodTech manuals adhere to the ANSI Z535 Accredited Standards Committee’s six American National Standards: • ANSI Z535.1: Safety color code • ANSI Z535.2: Environmental and facility safety signs • ANSI Z535.3: Criteria for safety symbols • ANSI Z535.4: Product safety signs and labels • ANSI Z535.5: Safety tags and barricade tapes (for temporary hazards) • ANSI Z535.6: Product Safety Information in Product Manuals, Instructions, and Other Collateral Materials    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 11
  • 11. Signal Words and Symbols JBT FoodTech equipment contains several signal words and symbols warning all personnel about certain hazardous or potentially unsafe conditions that may exist while operating and maintaining food processing equipment. The signal words used for product safety signs are: The symbol indicates a hazardous situation, which if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. This signal word is limited to extreme situations. The symbol indicates a hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. NOTE: DANGER or WARNING signal words are not used for property damage accidents unless personal injury risk appropriate to these levels is also involved. The symbol indicates a hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury. This signal word is usable with the safety alert symbol as an alternative to NOTICE. NOTE: For the great majority of hazards, the signal word “WARNING” is the best indicator of the hazard. As a rule, JBT does not use the signal word “CAUTION.” The is the preferred signal word to address practices not related to personal injury. The safety symbol are not be used with this signal world. Hazard Zones on the Chopper/Blender Please read, understand, and daily remember the hazard zones of the Chopper/Blender to help prevent personally injury and/or property damage:  Machine surroundings: One (1) meter or (3) feet from the machine  Hot surfaces (hot water jacket) potentially above 170°F (76.7°C)  Product tank and chopping device  Wear protective rubber insulating boots around wet surfaces in the machine area  With dry and especially wet floors, use rubber mating around electrical apparatus  Allow only authorized personnel in the electrical control panel    12 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 12. Mechanical Hazards  Crushing or head injury from: o Falling components like nuts, bolts or clamps o Unsecured tank lids in the open or closed positions  Hand injury from: o Pinching or cutting from Chopper/Blender tank lid o Cutting from sharp corners and or edges o Severed appendage when body part is placed in the chute; especially when the Chopper/Blender is operational with rotating blades  Sprains or broken bones from: o Slipping caused by wet surfaces  Arm, Leg, or body injury from o Reaching inside a running machine o Placing body parts within rotating blade when machine is running or when machine is not locked out.  Eye injury from: o Loose air line o Lack of Proper Protective Equipment (PPE) o High pressure water o Chemicals used for cleaning Electrical Hazards  Receiving a shock from: o Electrical motor  Burning from arcing: o Electrical panel o Electrical motor  Failure to perform lock-out/tag-out procedures o Always turn power off and lock power out before adjusting or performing service work on the machine    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 13
  • 13. Noise Hazards  Wear protective hearing equipment when necessary Thermal Hazards  Hot water jacket o Wear protective gloves and clothing (PPE) for the correct application Water Pressure Lines 1. Periodically inspect the tightness of all high pressure water fittings on metal tubing, metal piping and hoses to avoid high pressure water line separation. 2. Periodically inspect the tightness of all high pressure water connections to valves and other water control devices to avoid high pressure water line separation. Substance Hazards  Skin and nasal irritation from: o Caustic cleaning solutions spilling on body from overflowing tank Electrical Safety  All electrical/electronic maintenance and service should be performed by trained and authorized electricians only.  Use personal protective equipment such as safety glasses, hearing protection, and proper shoes and clothing.  Assume at all times the POWER is “ON” and treat all conditions live. This practice assures a cautious approach, which may prevent an accident or injury.  To remove the power from circuit or equipment, open disconnect or breaker and lock in open position.  Make certain that the circuit is OPEN by using the proper test equipment. Test equipment must be checked at regular intervals.  Capacitors must be given time to discharge, otherwise it should be done manually with care.    14 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 14.  There may be circumstances where “trouble-shooting” on live equipment may be required. Under such conditions special precautions must be taken as follows: o Make certain your tools and body are clear of power sources o Extra safety measure should be taken in damp areas o Be alert and avoid any outside distractions o Before applying power to any equipment, make certain that all personnel are clear of the machine  Control panels doors should be open only when checking out the electrical equipment wiring. After closing the panel door, make certain that (on those panels where applicable) the disconnect handle mechanism is operating properly  All covers on junction panels should be closed before leaving any job Wastes and Environmental Pollution Please note that lubricants must comply with the regulations in force in the country of application. Risks, Protections, Warnings and Precautions THE CLOTHING OF THOSE WORKING OR PERFORMING MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS ON THE MACHINE MUST COMPLY WITH THE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS CONCERNING THE USE OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE). To ensure the health and safety of exposed people, JBT equipment is fitted with passive safety devices like guards and lids to help prevent the operator from making physical contact with hot surfaces and moving parts (motors, tanks, pipes, valves, steam, etc.). Intended, Non-Intended and Incorrect Uses Different phases of the lifecycle of the machinery  Transport: Unloading machine and moving it to its final location  Installation: Unpacking. Assembly. Installing in-feed and out-feed systems  Connecting to hot water supply, electrical supply, discharge pump and ancillary equipment    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 15
  • 15.  Normal Operation: Chopping and thawing of product  Cleaning: Manual cleaning  Maintenance: Inspecting and maintaining equipment. Lubrication of of the reducer Limits in Machine Usage  An operator using proper safety equipment as defined by plant management operates the system  Qualified personnel maintain the machine according to the instructions in this manual  Qualified personnel operate the machine following the instructions given in the operating section of this manual  The machine is intended for professional use only  A person without limitations in physical abilities or visual impairment operates the machine if there is no danger in the person’s surroundings Reasonably Foreseeable Misuse  Processing liquids or materials other than those for which the machine was designed  Adding steam or high pressure water to the hot water jacket in excess of the design limitation  Installing without the proper interlocks and safety devices required for the system  Climbing inside the chute for un-jamming or cleaning without proper lock-out of the equipment  Reaching inside the chute for un-jamming or cleaning without proper lock-out of the equipment  The use of the machine by non qualified personnel    16 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 16.  The use of unsuitable tools or replacing components or spare parts with ones other than those specified  Operation of system with the upper covers unbolted and open  The use of unsuitable tools or replacing components or spare parts with ones other than those specified in this manual  The machine is not intended for cooking or pasteurizing product  The machine is not intended for product in 1000L bins  The machine is not intended for product larger than 55 gallon (210L) drums.  The machine is not designed to accept direct steam into the hot water jacket Regulations, normative references and technical sheets The following standards were consulted and applied to the design of this machinery:    EN-ISO 12100-1:2003: Safety of machinery - Basic concepts, general principles for design. Part 1: Basic terminology, methodology  EN-ISO 12100-2:2003 Safety of machinery - Basic concepts, general principles for design. Part 2 : Technical principles and specifications  EN-ISO 14121-1&2:2007 : Safety of machinery - Risk assessment (principles & practical examples)  EN-ISO 13857:2008 : Safety of machinery - Safety distances to prevent danger zones being reached by upper and lower limbs  ISO 13732-1:2006: Ergonomics for the thermal environment Safety Label Locations The machine has been designed in accordance with the most recent criteria in terms of safety and ergonomics. However, keep in mind that any moving part implies a certain danger level, and not touching any moving part is highly recommended. As an additional precaution, warning labels installed on areas implying potential or residual hazard constantly call the operator’s attention to said hazard (See Figure 1). See the ISO/ANSI Safety Labels form to order new labels at the back of this manual.    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 17
  • 17. TO CHANGE OR REMOVE GUARDS, SWITCHES, AND SAFETY LABELS WILL CATAGORICALLY VOID MACHINE SAFETY GUARANTEES AND WARRANTY AGREEMENTS. JBT FOODTECH IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR MACHINE SAFETY WHEN IGNORING OUR SAFETY DIRECTIVES IN THE DESIGN AND USE OF THE MACHINE. AS TIME GOES BY, LABELS MAY BECOME ILLEGIBLE OR OBSCURE. THE CUSTOMER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR KEEPING THEM IN GOOD CONDITION AND ORDERING REPLACEMENTS FROM JBT FOODTECH. Figure 1 – Typical Chopper/Blender Safety Label Locations Preview Item No. Part No. QTY Description 32 01901089 4 Warning Label, "Excessive Pressure...", Heated Water 33 01901090 2 Label, Gear Box Oil Level, Cutter Assembly Powertrain 34 009450029 2 Decal, JBT FoodTech,1-1/2˝ Text, Polycarbonate Backing 40 009450010 4 Decal, Warning, Hot Surface, Iso/Ansi, 6˝ X 2˝ 44 009450013 2 Decal, Warning, Rotating Shaft, Iso/Ansi, 4˝ X 2˝ 45 009450065 6 Decal, Warning, Rotating Parts, Iso/Ansi, 4˝ X 2˝    18 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 18. Equipment Description The Chopper/Blender is a versatile machine that quickly cuts and thaws frozen product or blends product for easy feeding back into the juice line for pasteurization. Blending can be done immediately without waiting for product to thaw in storage containers. The heavy duty chopper/blender assembly consists of a 3˝ diameter shaft with spiral cutter blades driven by a 5 hp totally enclosed, 1800 rpm, 3-phase motor through a 200 to 1 speed reducer. The unique, heavy duty spiral blade rapidly chips away frozen product for fast, efficient, flowable mixture. To further facilitate rapid melting, three agitators and four baffles below the spiral blade thoroughly mix the product. (See Figure 2 and Figure 3). Figure 2 – Chopper/Blender Spiral Blade    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 19
  • 19. Figure 3 – Chopper/Blender Sectional View The Chopper/Blender’s tank diameter is 3´ 9˝ (1143 mm) and 5´ (127 mm) deep with a capacity of 300 gallons (1135.624 liters). The tank and all other contact parts are stainless steel. The tank bottom is conical to permit complete draining. Containers of various sizes and shapes up to and including 55 gallon (2018 liter) drums can be processed by the Chopper/Blender. A 48˝ (1219.2 mm) high hot water jacket around the lower portion and bottom of the Chopper/Blender tank and chute assists in melting the frozen product after chopping. This combination rapidly chips and warms the product so that a flowable state is reached in a short time. In addition, a 20˝ (50.8 cm) heating jacket lines the underside of the intake chute (See Figure 4).    20 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 20. Figure 4 – Chopper/Blender Tank and Hot Water Jacket P/N 01900869 Item No. Description 1 Liquid Product OUT 2 Inner Tank Walls (Cutting Drum) 3 Outer Tank Walls 4 Frozen Product IN 5 Chute Hot Water Jacket 6 Hot Water Discharge  The product is dumped from containers into the inclined square hopper (chute) and slides to the cutting drum  The cutters peel and cut the product into strips approximately 1/2˝ (1.27 cm) x 1-1/2˝ (3.81 cm). The strips of product break up to a consistency resembling fine gravel into a size that permits in-tank melting with minimal time  The spiral ribbons of the cutter drum prevents the product from moving too rapidly into the cutters  The product, after being cut from the frozen block into small pieces, falls to the bottom of the conical tank where it is mixed for melting  190°F (37.7°C) water is pumped into and circulated at a maximum of 15 psi (1.06 kgcm²) in the bottom of both the chute and tank hot water jackets. This heats the fine gravel solution and causes it to turn into a flowable state THE BEST CHOPPER/BLENDER PERFORMANCE IS ACHIEVED BY INSERTING A SECOND DRUM OR SLAB AS CHUTE SPACE BECOMES AVAILABLE. THIS CREATES PRESSURE AGAINST THE CUTTERS OF THE DRUM TO CUT A MINIMUM OF 3˝ (76.2 MM) OF PRODUCT. SMALLER SLICES COULD FALL BETWEEN THE SPIRALS OF THE CUTTING DRUM, BUMPING AWAY FROM THE CUTTERS AND NOT MELT AS RAPIDLY.    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 21
  • 21. Optional Equipment An optional gasketed, bolt-on intake chute spill guard reduces spillage and lost product as the frozen product melts. An optional Spray Header Inlet delivering 16 GPM @ 80 PSI with four 120-degree spray nozzles rated at 4 gallons per minute at 80 psi each, cleans the tank before product change-over and/or a plant shutdown periods (See Figure 5). Figure 5 – Optional Intake Chute Spill Guard and Spray Header Inlet Optional Intake Chute Spill Guard Optional Spray Header Inlet (Assy P/N 01901145) JBT FOODTECH’S HOT WATER CHOPPER/BLENDER IS PREASSEMBLED. NO OUTSIDE CONTROLS OR INTERLOCKS ARE NEEDED AS THIS MACHINE IS A CLOSED LOOP SYSTEM. THE MACHINE WILL NEED TO BE FLOOR OR PLATFORM MOUNTED WITH THE STEAM, WATER IN/OUT, AIR SUPPLY AND 115V CONNECTED TO THE SOLENOID VALVE. A 40 GPM HOT WATER CIRCULATING PUMP IS PROVIDED BY THE CUSTOMER (UNLESS QUOTED).    22 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 22. Capacities/Capabilities The Chopper/Blender capacity in minutes per piece (load) listed below is based on the machines ability to cut the product and not the melting capabilities. Table 1: Capacities/Capabilities 10 Gal. Pails Slabs 55 Gal. Barrels 10˝ x 10˝ x 14˝ 7˝ x 15˝ x 18˝ 23˝ dia. x 30˝ 25.4 x 25.4 x 35.56 17.78 x 38.1 x 45.72 Product 58.42 x 76.2 (cm) (cm) (cm) 1 at a Continuous 1 at a Continuous 1 at a Continuous time feed time feed time feed orange 5-1/2˝ 5˝ 2-1/4˝ 2˝ 2-1/4˝ 2˝ Frozen Pulp grapefruit 5˝ 4-1/2˝ 2˝ 1-3/4˝ 2˝ 1-3/4˝ Frozen orange 4-1/4˝ 4˝ Single Strength grapefruit 4˝ 3-3/4˝ Frozen orange 3˝ 2-1/2˝ Concentrate grapefruit 3˝ 2-1/2˝ English to Metic Unit of Measure inch cm inch cm inch cm 1-3/4 4.445 3 7.62 4-1/2 11.43 2 5.08 3-3/4 5 12.7 2-1/4 4 10.16 5-1/2 13.97 2-1/2 6.35 4-1/4 Technical specifications Table 2: Capacities/Capabilities Electrical Supply 50Hz-3P-380V 50A or 60Hz-3p-220/440V Motor Power 3.9 kW 5 hp Tank Capacity 1135 L 300 gallons Height 2.59 m 8´-6˝ Width 1.29 m 4´-3˝ Length 2.51 m 8´-6˝ Weight 1300 kg 2,875 lbs    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 23
  • 23. Site Planning and Installation The terms and conditions of the sales contract, agreed upon by the processor and JBT FoodTech, determines specific data for each installation of the Chopper/Blender. The following items are priority considerations when placing and installing the Chopper/Blender: 1. Proximity to the source of the product feed; if necessary, consider modifying the piping or structure for product supply. 2. Proximity to the final processing area of the Chopper/Blender’s output liquid: if necessary, consider modifying the piping or structure for product supply. Table 3: Utility Requirements Customer Supplied Chopper/Blender Utility Requirements Supply of all power types (electrical, water, air, etc.) must be within 10´ (3.048 m) of Utilities system connection. All electrical conduit, control and power wiring as well as all motor starters, associated electrical and control wiring (unless specifically quoted) Site development, structures, utilities, support systems, storage and all civil, architectural, structural, electrical, mechanical, and all works not listed and specifically included in the scope of project The floor must have the structural strength to support a net weight of 2,875 lbs  Construction (1304 kg) per Chopper/Blender, not operating, plus the weight of any other attached Requirements equipment plus the weight of the product Permits and satisfaction of all legal requirements prior to construction Mount the Chopper/Blender to the floor according to the design and installation drawings (unless specifically quoted) Customer to perform removal of all existing equipment, wiring, piping or other interferences with the proposed equipment or system prior to JBT FoodTech mobilization Repairs, if required, to existing equipment to be re-used in the new system Office space with internet access, phone and fax for JBTC personnel Electrical Electric panels must have waterproof gaskets 5 HP (3.728499 Kw), 1800 rpm, 3 phase, 220/440V, 50 Hz or 60 Hz  Drive System Shaft: 3˝ (7.62 cm) diameter Reducer Speed: 200 to 1    24 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 24. Customer Supplied Chopper/Blender Utility Requirements Length: 100.7˝ (2557 mm) from the front edge of the chute to the electric motor ❶  Maintenance Clearance: ❷ Add Additional Height: 102.2˝ (2596 mm) from the floor to Clearance Areas the top of the reducer eyelet (with the legs installed). 132˝ (40233.6 mm) height distance is required from the floor to the ceiling to remove the cutting blade assembly ❷ 16.1˝ (409 mm) Chute water outlet to c ❸ L  Width Maintenance Clearance: Add 8.2˝ 23.4˝ (593 mm) Chute Width w/o Flange ❹ x 8.2˝ (2.5 m x 2.5 m) around the 25.6˝ (649 mm) Tank c Width ❺ L machine perimeter 50.8˝ (1291 mm) Total Tank Width ❻ Potable (drinkable); free of impurities, scale, film or scale-forming chemicals Water Purity Water lines must have manual lock out valves  Hot Water Circulating 40 GPM (151.4165 LPM, 9084.988 LPH) is ideal Pump Capacity  Cleaning Spray Header Inlet (16 GPM @ 80 PSI)  Temperature Hot Water Jacket 190°F (37.7°C) Air Pressure 0-15 PSI gauge reading on the pressure regulator  Hot Water Jacket Maximum 15 PSI (1.06 KgCm2) pressure As far as concentrated juice is concerned, a 55 gallon (208L) drum of frozen 45° Brix concentrate can be processed in about 2-1/2 minutes Chopper/Blender Flow Rate A 10 gallon (18L) pail of frozen pulp can be processed in about 2 minutes. Fifty-five gallons (208L) of frozen single strength juice will be processed in about 4 minutes. Dimensions Length: 100.7˝ (2557 mm) | Height: 102.2˝ (2596 mm) | Width: 50.8˝ (1291 mm) Dry Weight 2,875 lbs (1304 kg)    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 25
  • 25. Site Preparation JBT FOODTECH HAS SPECIALIZED PROFESSIONALS THAT PROVIDE ASSISTANCE FOR THE INSTALLATION SITE OF ANY JBTC EQUIPMENT. CONTACT JBT FOODTECH TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR EXPERIENCE.  JBT FoodTech will, at additional cost, deliver and provide in place set-up of the Chopper/Blender, including leveling and balancing  The user or customer provides electrical and water hook-ups unless otherwise quoted for hook-up of water only, and all safety lockouts  The user or customer provides a 40 GPM hot water circulating pump unless otherwise quoted  Plan for the supply of all power types (115V to the solenoid valve, water IN/OUT, 15 PSI (1.06 KgCm2) air pressure, etc.), which must be within 10´ (3.048 m) of the Chopper/Blender  Water lines must have manual lock out valves HOT WATER MUST NOT EXCEED 15 PSI AND A RELIEF VENT STAND PIPE MUST BE PROVIDED.  Plan for cleaning and maintenance space of 8.2˝ x 8.2˝ (2.5 m x 2.5 m)  The floor must have the structural strength to support a minimum dry weight of 2,875 lbs (1304 kg) per Chopper/Blender, not operating, plus the weight of any attached or added equipment including the product volume weight  The floor or base where you are installing the Chopper/Blender must be level. If not, use shims during installation  Fasten the Chopper/Blender to the floor or platform according to the design (See Figure 6, Figure 7, Figure 8 and Figure 9).  Electric panels must have waterproof gaskets    26 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 26. Figure 6 – Typical Chopper/Blender Installation Layout    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 27
  • 27. Figure 7 – Chopper/Blender Side Dimensions (P/N 01901123 shown with 01901145 option) Key Description Size Key Description Size A Product Outlet 4˝ OD Tube G Spray Header Inlet 1˝ Tri-Clamp B Hot Water Inlet (Jacket) 1.5˝ OD Tube C Hot Water Outlet (Jacket) 1.5˝ Tri-Clamp D Chute Jacket Inlet 1.5˝ Tri-Clamp E Chute Jacket Outlet 1.5˝ Tri-Clamp F Pressure Gauge or Pressure Relief 1˝ Tri-Clamp    28 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 28. Figure 8 – Chopper/Blender End and Top Dimensions (P/N 01901123 shown with 01901145 option) Key Description A The product outlet is a 4˝ tube B The hot water inlet for the heating jacket on the tank is a 1-1/2˝ tube (no fitting) C The hot water return from the tank jacket is connected with a 1-1/2˝ tri-clamp. These connections are hot water inlet and outlet for the hot water jacket on the inlet chute. It is optional to hook these up. However, when hot water is run through this jacket, it will help prevent D/E product from freezing inside the inlet chute and will assist with the loading of the drum. These connections are 1-1/2˝ tri-clamp fittings. This jacket can be hooked up in series with the hot The 1˝ tri-clamp on the side of the tank is for an optional pressure gauge or a pressure relief F valve. If the customer does not use this port, it is capped The inlet for the spray header. The inlet is a 1-1/2˝ tri-clamp fitting. The recommended spray G flow and pressure is 16 gallons/minute at 80 psi. There are four nozzles that are rated at 4 gpm at 80 psi    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 29
  • 29. Figure 9 – Intake Chute Mounting Flange Dimensions    30 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 30. Installation Safety IMPORTANT: Note to Installer or System Integrator The JBT FoodTech Chopper/Blender is designed to be installed as part of an overall material handling system. Risk assessment and design for safety has been conducted on the Chopper/Blender as a component. However, risk assessment must be completed on the overall system as well. FAILURE TO INSTALL THE CHOPPER/BLENDER EQUIPMENT IN A SAFE MANNER MAY RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH. The JBT Chopper/Blender is designed to chop and thaw drums of frozen product. Consequently there are several hazards associated with the function of this machine. It is imperative that the system installer read and understand the safety information throughout this manual and install the machine in such a way as to minimize exposure to these hazards. Examples of various methods to minimize and guard against hazard exposure are illustrated in Figure 10 on page 33. Definitions Operator: An individual who performs production work on this machine. Maintenance or Service Personnel: An individual who inspects and/or conducts maintenance on this equipment. Cleaning or Sanitation Personnel: An individual who is responsible for the physical, chemical and microbiological cleaning of this equipment. Transportation Safety The Chopper/Blender has a high center of gravity and may tip over if not transported property. The equipment may be transported by either a forklift truck or by and overhead crane. The equipment should only be transported by personnel trained in the transportation of large equipment. When using a forklift, the equipment must be properly strapped to the backstop of the forklift to prevent tipping. THE TIPPING OF THIS EQUIPMENT MAY CAUSE BODILY INJURY AND EQUIPMENT DAMAGE.    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 31
  • 31. Installation Safety Devices The Chopper/Blender should be installed as part of an overall system. The overall system should be designed in such a way as to minimize risk during the operation and maintenance of the machine. JBT recommends that the following items be considered in the safety of an overall system: Emergency Stop At least one emergency stop button or cord should be installed in close proximity machine according to local electrical codes to provide for the emergency stopping of the Chopper/Blender and associated equipment. Guards The two main hazards of the Chopper/Blender are (1) body or limb access through the intake chute, and (2) limb access to the tank through the lids. It is highly recommended that these areas be guarded in such a way as to prevent human access to these areas while the machine is running. The design and installation of these guards is the responsibility of the system integrator (or installer). See Figure 10 on page 33 for examples. ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLES IN Figure 10 DEMONSTRATE HOW THE CHOPPER/BLENDER CAN BE INSTALLED AS PART OF A SAFE MATERIAL HANDLING SYSTEM. THE SYSTEM INSTALLER OR SYSTEM INTEGRATOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OVERALL SYSTEM SAFETY AND SHOULD DESIGN THE OVERALL MATERIAL HANDLING SYSTEM IN ACCORDANCE WITH GUIDING SAFETY REGULATIONS AND CONDUCT AN OVERALL SYSTEM RISK ANALYSIS IN ACCORDANCE TO ISO 14121.    32 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 32. Figure 10 –System Integrator - Chopper/Blender Guarding Examples Operator Guard:  An interlocking safety switch prevents access to the intake chute while machine is running  E-Stop buttons are shown in two locations  The operator guard shown is a sliding guard with a safety interlock switch  When the guard door is open, the machine is unable to run End View:  The drum safety gate is interlocked  When the gate is open, the drum dumper or Chopper/Blender is not able to operate Side view:  Guards are installed to prevent access to the Chopper/Blender from the direction shown    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 33
  • 33. Electrical Disconnect The Chopper/Blender is powered by a single electric motor. It is recommended that a local disconnect switch be installed according to local electrical regulation within sight of the Chopper/Blender. The electrical disconnect switch should be lockable so that power can be disconnected and locked out before accessing the interior of the machine (See Figure 11). Figure 11 – Typical Electrical Panel with Cover Removed Safety Interlock Switches While guards may be used to prevent human access to the hazard zones during operation, personnel may need to open these guards to gain access to the machine during operation, maintenance, or cleaning. It is recommended that the guards be equipped with properly designed safety interlock switches. These switches will allow the chopper to operate when the guards are in a safe position, but will prevent the machine from running when the guards are open. The Chopper/Blender has two hinged lids that allow access to the main tank. These lids are supplied with bolts so that tool access is required to open these lids. It is recommended that safety interlock switches be installed on each lid as part of the electrical installation to prevent the operation of the equipment when the lids are opened.    34 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 34. Installation Procedures THE CHOPPER/BLENDER HAS A DRY WEIGHT OF 2,875 LBS (1304 KG) WHEN NOT IN USE. TRANSPORT AND MOVE THIS MACHINE WITH CARE. TWO OR MORE SAFETY PERSONNEL MUST BE PRESENT DURING INSTALLATION. KEEP THE CHOPPER/BLENDER AWAY FROM OTHER EQUIPMENT DURING MOVES. KEEP YOUR BODY AND HANDS AWAY FROM THE CHOPPER/BLENDER WHEN LOWERING THE MACHINE TO THE GROUND. NON-COMPLIANCE WITH THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURIES OR DEATH! 1. Unload the Chopper/Blender with a forklift or other moving equipment. 2. Transport the Chopper/Blender as close as possible to the installation site. 3. Remove all packing and other materials, if any, from the inside and outside of the machine. 4. Inspect and measure the floor or base level. Place the level on the floor or between the fastening screws on the legs and level the Chopper/Blender. 5. Inspect the level of the Chopper/Blender after installation and adjust as needed. 6. Anchor the Chopper/Blender firmly on the floor or platform, according to the design. 7. Clean the Chopper/Blender’s product supply lines with high-pressure water before connecting them to the finisher. Foreign objects may damage the finisher. 8. Connect the water supply to the Chopper/Blender. 9. Connect the output liquor pipe to the Chopper/Blender’s 3˝ sanitary fitting with a tri-clamp. 10. Install the pulp discharge spout or plug valve assembly. 11. Inspect the electric motor power supply wiring. TURN OFF AND LOCK OUT THE MAIN PANEL’S ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY BEFORE CONNECTING THE ELECTRIC POWER TO THE CHOPPER/BLENDER. INSTALL THE ELECTRIC WIRING ACCORDING TO ESTABLISHED STANDARDS AND LAWS IN THE CUSTOMER’S GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION. DEFECTIVE WIRING MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH! 12. Connect the high-pressure water line to the optional cleaning system (if equipped).    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 35
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  • 36. Operations BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT, FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH THE LOCATIONS OF ALL SAFETY SHOWERS AND EYEWASH STATIONS. Note to Operators JBT FoodTech equipment is designed and manufactured with due consideration and care for generally accepted safety standards. However, like any mechanical device, the proper and safe performance of this equipment depends upon sound and prudent operating, maintenance, servicing, and cleaning procedures. All employees using, cleaning or maintaining this equipment should read and understand this manual and be properly trained in safety procedures such as lock-out/tag-out. For your safety and the safety of others, learn and always follow the safety rules outlined in this manual. Observe safety warning signs on the machine and exercise safe work practices. NEVER PLACE ANY PART OF YOUR BODY IN THE CHUTE OR TANK OF THE CHOPPER/BLENDER WITHOUT FIRST DISCONNECTING AND LOCKING OUT THE POWER SUPPLY TO THIS EQUIPMENT. Operation Safety Before starting the machine:  Be absolutely positive that all guards and safety devices are installed and operating. This includes the guard surrounding the gearbox output shaft, and the tank lids. The tank lids should either be bolted or installed with safety interlock switches NEVER REMOVE COVERS WHILE THE CHOPPER/BLENDER IS OPERATING TO AVOID PERSONAL INJURY. ALWAYS REPLACE ALL GUARDS, COVERS, AND SAFETY DEVICES SECURELY FOLLOWING REMOVAL.  Be sure that all personnel are clear of the machine  Remove from the operating zone any packaging material, tools, or other foreign objects that could cause injury to the personnel or damage to the machine  Make certain the machine is in operating condition  Make sure the rotation of the motor is correct    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 37
  • 37. After shut down:  Make sure the electrical power is turned off Hazards The following are potential hazards associated with operation this machine:  Hand injury from placing hands inside a running machine  Arm, leg or body injury from placing body parts inside a running machine  Hand injury due to entanglement from the rotating machine shaft  Entanglement of hair or clothing on a rotating shaft  Hand injury from sharp edges  Hand or head injury from dropping the tank covers  Electrical shock or burning from electrical motor or wiring Operators should adhere to all of the following procedures: FOR MAXIMUM PROTECTION, THE POWER SOURCE SHOULD BE LOCKED OUT USING A PADLOCK FOR WHICH ONLY YOU HAVE THE KEY. THIS PREVENTS ANYONE FROM ACCIDENTALLY TURNING ON THE POWER WHILE YOU ARE SERVICING THE MACHINE.  Do not operate this machine until you read and understand the operating instructions and become thoroughly familiar with the machine and its controls  Never operate a machine while a safety device or guard is removed or disconnected  Always wear safety glasses, safety hats or any other required safety equipment  Never remove any safety or warning labels that are displayed on the machine. Torn or worn labels should be replaced  Do not start the machine until all other personnel in the area have been warned and have moved outside the operating zone    38 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 38.  Remove any tools or other foreign objects from the operating zone before starting  Absolutely do not have loose clothing or unrestrained long hair near operating machinery  Keep operating zone free of obstacles that could cause a person to trip or fall towards an operating machine  Never sit or stand on anything that might cause you to fall against the machine  Know the EMERGENCY STOP procedure for the machine or know how to stop the machine quickly (The emergency stop is installed by the system integrator)  Electrical power must be off when machine is not in use  Never operate machine above specified speeds, pressures, or temperatures  Never leave the machine unattended while in operation  Do not operate faulty or damaged equipment. Make certain proper service and maintenance procedures have been performed  Never place fingers, hands, or any part of your body into the machine near moving parts when control circuits are energized  Do not push product into the intake chute with hands or with any foreign objects  If a bag or other foreign material is dropped into the intake chute, turn off the machine and lock out the power before attempting to retrieve the foreign material Operating the Chopper/Blender MAKE SURE THE REDUCER HAS THE PROPER LUBRICATION WITH NO SIGNS OF CONTAMINATION BEFORE START-UP.  The frozen product is loaded into the chute by a drum dumper, fork lift, chain hoist or by manual labor .  The loader (operator) should insert the frozen product on a consistent basis so pressure is maintained against the cutters of the drum to cut the product evenly    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 39
  • 39.  The product is drained or dumped through a sanitary tube after it is cut and melted  Make sure the machine is turned off and secured properly after desired amount of frozen product is processed    40 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 40. Maintenance Procedures Note to Maintenance Personnel JBT FoodTech equipment is designed and manufactured with due consideration and care for generally accepted safety standards. However, like any mechanical device, the proper and safe performance of this equipment depends upon sound and prudent operating, maintenance, servicing, and cleaning procedures. All employees using, cleaning or maintaining this equipment should read and understand this manual and be properly trained in safety procedures such as lock-out/tag-out. For your safety and the safety of others, learn and always follow the safety rules outlined in this manual. Observe safety warning signs on the machine and exercise safe work practices. NEVER PLACE ANY PART OF YOUR BODY IN THE CHUTE OR TANK OF THE CHOPPER/BLENDER WITHOUT FIRST DISCONNECTING AND LOCKING OUT THE POWER SUPPLY TO THIS EQUIPMENT. This section contains instructions for removal, disassembly, assembly, and replacement of the Chopper/Blender parts. The spare parts section identifies all replacement parts. Use the troubleshooting section to investigate part failures. NEVER PERFORM MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR WORK UNTIL YOU ARE SURE ELECTRICAL POWER IS OFF, LOCKED OUT AND CANNOT BE TURNED BACK ON WITHOUT YOUR KNOWLEDGE. ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND MOVING MACHINERY CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH! DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY OF THE CHOPPER/BLENDER REQUIRES THE SUPPORT OF HEAVY PARTS AND ASSEMBLIES. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE THESE ITEMS WITHOUT HELP. USE BLOCKS AND SLINGS TO SUPPORT THE WEIGHT WHENEVER POSSIBLE. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS COULD CAUSE PERSONAL INJURY OR DAMAGE THE EQUIPMENT. OPERATION OF THE CHOPPER/BLENDER USES A HIGH PRESSURE WATER SUPPLY AND ALL CONNECTIONS SHOULD BE TIGHT. CLOSE OFF THE MAIN INPUT VALVE WHEN PERFORMING MAINTENANCE OR DURING SHUTDOWN. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS COULD CAUSE PERSONAL INJURY.    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 41
  • 41. Service and Maintenance Safety BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT, FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH THE LOCATIONS OF ALL SAFETY SHOWERS AND EYEWASH STATIONS. DISCONNECT MACHINE USING PROPER LOCKOUT / TAGOUT PROCEDURES BEFORE PERFORMING ANY OF THE FOLLOWING INSPECTIONS.  Do not service a machine until you are thoroughly qualified and familiar with the tasks to be performed  Always wear protective shoes, hats, ear protectors and eyeglasses during maintenance and/or repair activities  Always clean up spills around machine as soon as possible  When handling heavy components, make sure to use a lifting device of adequate type and capacity for the weight involved  Never operate any controls while other persons are performing maintenance on the machine  Do not by-pass a safety device  Replace all guards that were removed during maintenance. Never leave a job unattended when a safety guard has been removed  Always use the proper tool for the job  Always check the fixation of all nuts, bolts and screws after installation, repair or periodic maintenance  Never open covers that house electrical components with power on  When directed to make adjustments on machines in motion, extreme care must be taken  Relieve all energy sources before performing maintenance. Energy sources may include, but not limited to, air, hydraulic, steam, water, and elevated weight  Air and electrical power are to be turned off unless they are absolutely required for the specific service being performed    42 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 42. Inspection CLOSE, LOCKOUT AND TAGOUT THE MAIN HIGH PRESSURE WATER SUPPLY VALVE BEFORE DISCONNECTING THE WATER SUPPLY HOSE FROM THE CHOPPER/BLENDER PIPE. FAILURE TO DO THIS MAY RESULT IN POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL OR DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT  Routine maintenance should be conducted periodically and include a visual inspection for water and product leakage and grease or oil leakage  Replacement of seals could avoid emergency shutdown and/or expensive repairs  Check to ascertain if oil levels are adequate. High levels sometimes cause lubricant overflow and can blow out the Reducer worm gear oil seals. THE MOTOR IS HEAVY. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO MOVE MOTOR WITHOUT HELP. KEEP YOUR BODY AND HANDS AWAY FROM THE MOTOR WHILE REMOVING AND LOWERING. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS COULD CAUSE SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY! See the Sumitomo manuals for more information on reducers and electrical motors. Safety Label Replacement Instructions 1. Thoroughly clean metal surface using absolutely clean, lint free cloth, saturated with isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol. DO NOT USE LACQUER THINNER OR OTHER THINNER SOLVENT TO CLEAN THE METAL SURFACE  Allow alcohol to evaporate  Remove the backing paper  Position Decal where indicated in Figure 1 and Figure 16  Lightly press the decal down through the vertical center  Starting at the center, smooth the decal in place    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 43
  • 43.  Avoid touching the adhesive with cloth or hands to prevent contamination, which will reduce adhesive effectiveness  Make sure all corners and edges are fully sealed  Peel off the decal decalif it is wrinkled or damaged. Wash metal with alcohol again and apply new decal  Additional safety decals can be ordered from: JBT FoodTech John Bean Technologies Corporation 400 Fairway Avenue Lakeland, FL 33810 USA Phone: +1 (863) 683-5411 Adjustments The Chopper/Blender is self-contained and assembled prior to delivery and installation, no adjustment should be required with the exception of proper leveling and balancing at the time of installation.    44 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 44. Troubleshooting The Chopper/Blender was designed to be relatively free from maintenance and/or breakdowns. Proper cleaning, lubrication and occasional inspection should be sufficient to ensure continued operational readiness of the Chopper/Blender. Most parts should give a long productive life. Plant serviceman should make themselves aware of the specifications of the electrical motor so repairs can be made quickly (See Appendix B). Refer to Table 4 for diagnosis and corrective actions. Refer to chapters in the manual and the Spare Parts Section for assistance in disassembly and assembly of the Chopper/Blender. Table 4: Troubleshooting Chart Trouble Indication Cause Corrective Action Visual observation No power to motor Faulty wiring  Check control box  Replace fuses Motor shaft does not rotate  Repair wiring Motor burned out  Repair / replace motor Cutter Assy does not rotate  Replair / replace coupling assembly Coupling assembly Leaking around the reducer  Replace or repair any shaft or in between reducer Visual inspection Contamination damaged components and electrical motor  Replace hydraulic seals Uneven or grinding sound  Lubricate if not damaged or after repair Noisy coupling assembly Worn chain and gearset  Repair or replace the Clanking noises coupling assembly Unusual noises during  Lubricate or replace Worn bearings operation bearings and/or bushings Faulty bearings Noisey cutter in tank Worn bushings  Check bearing or bushing installation Misaligned cutter Bushings not lubricated  Replace seals if leaking See the Sumitomo manuals for more information on reducers and electrical motors.    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 45
  • 45.     46 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 46. Lubrication FAILURE TO LUBRICATE OR IMPROPER LUBRICATION CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT. Lubrication of the reducer, top flange bearing, coupling, and motor should be accomplished in accordance with name plate instructions. The nylon bearing in the tank does not require lubrication except what the juice in the tank provides. Operators should avoid running the cutter when the juice level is below the nylon bearing. Enclosed Reducer are only as good as the oil which is used. During the first few days of operation, a Worm Gear unit will run hot. Unless the temperature exceeds 200° F, there is no cause for alarm. The companies and oil shown below are typical. Any other make of oil meeting American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA) standards #7C and #8C will be satisfactory. Ambient Temp. 15° To 60° F Agma #8c Oil Company Name Agma #7f Ambient Temp. 50° To 125° F Amoco Oil Co. Amoco Worm Gear Oil Amoco Cyl Oil 680 Atlantic Richfield (Arco) Cylinder Oil 460x Modoc 175 Chevron Oil Co. Inca Oil Cylinder Oil 680x Conoco Oil Co. Cylesstic Tk460 Cylesstic Tk680 Exxon Oil Co. Lubriplate #8 Senate 680 Fiske Brothers Senate 460 Senate 680 Gulf Oil Co. Senate 460 Mobil 600w Super Cyl Oil Gulf-Canada Keygear K-600 Pennzoil Cylinder Oil #6 Keystone-Penwalt Mobil 600w Cyunder Oil Hector 630s Mobil Oil Corp. Pennzoil Cylinder Oil #8 Valvata Oil J680 Pennzoil Hector 460s Energol Dc-600c Phillips Petroleum Co. Valvata Oil J460 Honor 680 Shell Oil Co. Energol Dc-600c Steaval B165 Sohio Vanguard 460 Texaco Inc. Steaval B110 Union Oil Co. Of Calif. Maintenance Schedule  Change initial oil fill after 2 weeks  Change oil every 6 to 12 months depending on service conditions    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 47
  • 47. Additional Lubrication Notes  E.P. oils are not preferred. If an E.P. oil must be used, customer must determine that the E.P. oil is not corrosive to a bronze gear.  For ambient temperatures -40° to 40°F (-40° to 4.44°C) use Mobil SHC634 or equivalent. This oil will operate satisfactorily to 100°F (37.8°C ) ambient.  Units running at slow speeds should carry an extra high oil level.  For slow input speeds (less than 100 RPM) use AGMA #8C oil in ambient temperatures of 15° to 60°F (-9.44° to 15.55°C)  Worm Gear oil is very sticky. Reducers are filled more easily with a pump or a grease gun. Grease Fittings  Grease every 100 hours of running time with grease meeting NLGI #2 standards. Do not over-lubricate. See the Sumitomo manuals for more information on reducers and electrical motors.    48 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 48. Cleaning Note to Cleaning Personnel JBT FoodTech equipment is designed and manufactured with due consideration and care for generally accepted safety standards. However, like any mechanical device, the proper and safe performance of this equipment depends upon sound and prudent operating, maintenance, servicing, and cleaning procedures. All employees using, cleaning or maintaining this equipment should read and understand this manual and be properly trained in safety procedures such as lock-out/tag-out. For your safety and the safety of others, learn and always follow the safety rules outlined in this manual. Observe safety warning signs on the machine and exercise safe work practices. NEVER PLACE ANY PART OF YOUR BODY IN THE CHUTE OR TANK OF THE CHOPPER/BLENDER WITHOUT FIRST DISCONNECTING AND LOCKING OUT THE POWER SUPPLY TO THIS EQUIPMENT. For maximum protection, the power source should be locked out using a pad lock for which only you have the key. This prevents anyone from accidentally turning on the power while you are servicing the machine. This machine must always be locked out before performing any manual cleaning internal to the machine. NEVER PERFORM MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR WORK UNTIL YOU ARE SURE ELECTRICAL POWER IS OFF, LOCKED OUT AND CANNOT BE TURNED BACK ON WITHOUT YOUR KNOWLEDGE. ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND MOVING MACHINERY CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH! 1. Use all personal protective equipment as required for the job. For manual cleaning, safety glasses or a face shield may be required. In addition, safety clothing may be required depending on the chemicals being used. 2. Be careful when using hazardous chemicals for cleaning. Follow all procedures for handling hazardous chemicals. CAUSTIC CAN CAUSE SERIOUS SKIN BURNS OR EYE INJURY. IF CAUSTIC CONTACTS THE SKIN OR EYE, IMMEDIATELY RINSE AND APPLY FIRST AID. 3. Keep electrical panel covers closed and power off when washing a machine. 4. Always clean up spills around a machine as soon as possible. 5. General cleaning should be done daily around the area where the machine is located.    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 49
  • 49. 6. The chute, drum, cutters, baffles and tube should be periodically cleaned down with a mild caustic cleaning solution and thoroughly rinsed down with a water hose. 7. Become familiar with cleaning requirements by occasionally opening one of the Chopper/Blender covesr and checking the inside of the cutting drum for any build-up. 8. Periodically clean the entire juice processing system with approved food processing cleaners. Flush the entire system. The stainless steel materials in the Chopper/Blender allow this method of cleaning. The Chopper/Blender requires a thorough rinsing to prevent any caustic solution residue mixing with the chopped juice and pomace. CAUSTIC CAN CAUSE SERIOUS SKIN BURNS OR EYE INJURY. IF CAUSTIC CONTACTS THE SKIN OR EYE, IMMEDIATELY RINSE AND APPLY FIRST AID.    50 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 50. Recommended Spare Parts (after 2008) JBT FoodTech recommends that the Chopper/Blender customers keep a supply of spare parts in their plant stockroom. Listed on the next pages are the spare parts most likely to become unserviceable or damaged through normal use or disassembly. Use Figure 12 and Figure 13 with the parts table below to identify the part numbers and locations of all spare parts for ordering. Chopper/Blender P/N 01901123 Item No. Part Number QTY Description RSP 1 01900869 1 Tank with Steam Jacket 2 01900870 1 Cutter and Shaft Assembly 3 01900876 1 Hinged Cover 4 01901064 3 Shim 5 01901083 1 Bearing Spider Assembly  6 01901086 1 Agitator 7 01901087 1 Thrust Washer Agitator Base 8 01901099 1 Assembly, Motor/Gearbox Mount 9 01901100 1 Platform, Motor Mount Support 10 11 01901131 2 Guard, Side 12 003290075 1 Bar, Sq. Steel, 3/4˝ x 1-3/4˝ L. 13 14 004156115 8 Nut, Hex, S/L, Lt, 5/8˝-11, SS 15 004350572 4 Screw, Cap, 1/2˝-13 x 1-1/2˝ Grade 8 16 004352232 4 Screw, Cap, Hex, 1/4˝-20 x 5/8˝, SS 17    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 51
  • 51. Item No. Part Number QTY Description RSP 18 004352654 4 Screw, Cap, Hex, 5/8˝-11 x 2˝, SS 19 004352661 4 Screw, Cap, Hex, 5/8˝-11 x 2-1/2˝, SS Screw, Cap, Hex, Metric, M20 x 2.5mm X 40mm LG, 20 004352760 8 CLASS 10.9 Washer, Lock, Metric, M20, DIN127B, MC# 21 004805035 8 91202A257 22 004816060 4 Washer, Plain, 1/4˝ N, SS 23 004816122 8 Washer, Plain, 5/8˝, SS, Commercial 24 005375002 1 Flange, Coupling Dodge 10020F  25 005375009 1 Flange, Chain Coupling Dodge 10020H  26 005375010 1 Chain Assembly Dodge 10020  27 005375011 1 Chain Cover Dodge 10020  28 005753050 1 Sumitomo Single Spiral Bevel Reducer  29 005098701 1 Bearing, Ball, 4-Bolt, Flg, 3 B, Piloted  Motor, C-Face, 5 Hp, 60 Hz, 184TC, Frame 30 005617182 1  Washdown or Motor, C-Face, 5 Hp, 50 Hz, 184TC, Frame 005604600 1  Washdown 31 007486112 2 O-Ring, Viton, 3/32˝ Cross Section, 70mm Mean Dia.  32 01901089 4 Warning Label, “Excessive Pressure” 33 01901090 1 Label, Gearbox Oil Level 34 009450029 1 Decal, JBT FoodTech, 5˝ x 36-1/2˝    52 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 52. Item No. Part Number QTY Description RSP 35 015003932 1 JBT Name Plate, Model and Serial # 36 01900927 S/L Foot, Chopper/Blender 37 003924206 S/L Tubing, Sq, Wld, 3˝ x 0.188˝ W, 304 SS 38 005150003 1 Bushing, Taperlock, Dodge, 3535 x 3˝ KW  39 005150004 1 Bushing, Taperlock, Dodge, 3535 x 3-5/8˝ KW  40 009450065 6 Decal, Warning, Rotating Parts, ISO/ANSI, 4˝x2˝  41 006090005 4 Plug, Finishing, Fits 1-1/2˝ ID  42 01901148 2 Ploate, Magnet Target  RSP = Recommended Spare Part    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 53
  • 53. Figure 12 – Chopper/Blender Assembly (P/N 01901123 shown without 01901145 option)    54 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 54. Figure 13 – Chopper/Blender Assembly P/N 01901123 (continued)    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 55
  • 55. Figure 14 – Chopper/Blender Dodge Coupling Detail    56 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 56. Description Preview Item Part Number QTY Chopper/Blender Drive Components 59 003290075 1 Key 61 01901064 2 Shim 005617182 Motor, C-Face, 5 Hp, 60 Hz, 184TC Frame 66 1 005604600 Motor, C-Face, 5 Hp, 50 Hz, 184TC Frame 67 004350572 4 Screw, Cap, 1/2˝-13 x 1-1/2˝ Grade 8 73 005098701 1 Bearing, Ball, 4-Bolt, Flg, 3 B, Piloted 74 005375009 1 Flange, Chain Coupling Dodge 10020H 75 005150003 1 Bushing, Taperlock, Dodge, 3535 x 3˝ KW 76 005150004 1 Bushing, Taperlock, Dodge, 3535 x 3-5/8˝ KW 77 005375002 1 Flange, Chain Coupling Dodge 10020F 78 005753050 1 Sumitomo Single Spiral Bevel Reducer 79 005375010 1 Chain Assembly Dodge 10020 80 005375011 1 Chain Cover Dodge 10020    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 57
  • 57. Figure 15 – Optional Spray Inlet Assembly P/N 01901140 (Installed on Assy P/N 01901123) Item No. Part Number QTY Description 1 01901145 1 Pipe with Spray Balls, CIP, Assy. 2 N/A Pipe Connection secured with Tri-Clamp Clamp Assy., Pipe Insulator, Brackets, Screw (00352321) and Nut 3 009272009 4 (004156061) 4 01900876 1 Lids, Hinged, Tank Top 5 01901099 1 Mount, Gear Motor, Assy. 6 01901100 1 Mount, Spray Pipe, CIP 7 004356110 2 Nut, Castle - 3/4˝ ID X 13/16˝ OD 8 009235049 1 Gasket, Tri-Clamp, 1-1/2˝ OD 9 007143136 1 Clamp, Tri-Clamp, Toggle, 1-1/2˝ OD, 304 SS 10 007460102 4 Nozzle, Full Cone, 3/8˝ MPT, 120 degree spray    58 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 58. Figure 16 – Chopper/Blender Safety Labels Preview Item No. Part No. QTY Description 86 009450029 2 Decal, JBT FoodTech,1-1/2˝ Text, Polycarbonate Backing 87 009450065 6 Decal, Warning, Rotating Parts, Iso/Ansi, 4˝ X 2˝ 88 009450010 4 Decal, Warning, Hot Surface, Iso/Ansi, 6˝ X 2˝ 89 009450013 2 Decal, Warning, Rotating Shaft, Iso/Ansi, 4˝ X 2˝ 90 01901089 4 Warning Label, "Excessive Pressure...", Heated Water 91 01901090 2 Label, Gear Box Oil Level, Cutter Assembly Powertrain    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 59
  • 59. Recommended Spare Parts (before 2008) Concentrate Chopper 01900868R ITEM PART NO. QTY. PART DESCRIPTION 1 01900869R 1 TANK, CONE BOTTOM 2 01900873C 1 BEARING SPIDER 3 01901031C 1 COVER, UPPER SHAFT 4 01900870D 1 CUTTER 5 01900906D 1 DRIVE SUPPORT 6 01900876F 1 COVER, HINGED 7 01900927B 4 FOOT, CHIPOPPER 8 003-525-148 4 PIPE,2-1/2˝ SCHEDULE 40 x 7˝ LONG 9 01900942B 2 MOTOR BASE CHANNEL 10 004-352-395 4 SCREW, CAP, HEX HD 3/8-16 x 1˝, SS 11 004-352-776 4 SCREW, CAP, HEX HD 1-8 x 4˝, SS 12 003-290-075 2 BAR, SQUARE 3/4˝ x 2˝ 14 005-098-701 1 BEARING, PILOT FLANGE, DODGE SCM 3˝ 15 005-103-020 1 V-BELT, BROWNING A46 16 005-700-162 2 SHEAVE, SINGLE GROOVE, AK84H (reducer & motor) 17 005-604-606 1 MOTOR, 5HP, TEFC 184T 230/460, 1800RPM, 60 HZ 18 005-752-101 1 REDUCER, WORM GEAR, MORSE 70DV, 200:1 RATIO 19 004-352-413 4 SCREW, CAP, HEX HD 3/8-16 x 2-1/2˝, SS 20 004-806-070 8 WASHER, LOCK, 3/8", SS 21 004-352-661 4 SCREW, CAP, HEX HD 5/8-11 x 2-1/2˝, SS 22 004-816-122 8 WASHER, PLAIN, 5/8˝, SS 23 009-450-006 1 DECAL 24 004-110-048 8 NUT, HEX 3/8˝, SS 25 004-156-115 8 NUT, HEX, S.L., 5/8-11˝, SS 26 004-111-104 4 NUT, HEX 1˝, SS 27 004-806-122 4 WASHER, LOCK, 1˝, SS 29 01901064B 2 SHIM 30 009-595-001 1 SERIAL NUMBER NAME PLATE 31 005-150-007 2 BUSHING, SPLIT TAPER, BROWNING 1-1/8˝ with KW 32 004-352-654 4 SCREW, CAP, HEX HD 5/8-11 x 2˝, ss 34 01900965C 1 GUARD, TRANSMISSION 38 005-375-003 1 FLANGE, DODGE #8020F 39 005-375-004 1 FLANGE, DODGE #8020H 40 005-375-005 1 BUSHING, DODGE#3020, 3˝ BORE 41 005-375-006 1 BUSHING, DODGE#3020, 2-3/4˝ BORE 42 005-375-007 1 CHAIN ASSEMBLY, DODGE #8020 43 005-375-008 1 COVER, DODGE #802050 Cycle, 220/380 Volt-Option 52 005-604-603 1 MOTOR, 5HP, TEFC, 1500RPM, 184T, 220/380V, 50HZ 53 005-700-161 1 SHEAVE, SINGLE GROOVE, AK79H (REDUCER) 54 005-700-163 1 SHEAVE, SINGLE GROOVE, AK94H (MOTOR) 55 005-103-182 1 V-BELT, BROWNING A47    60 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 60. Figure 17 – Concentrate Chopper P/N 01900868R    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 61
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  • 62. ISO/ANSI Safety Labels – Order Form See Figure 1 for safety label locations on the Chopper/Blender. ISO/ANSI Safety Labels Order Form JBT FoodTech | 400 Fairway Avenue | Lakeland, FL 33801 Fax completed order form to: +1.863.680.3672 Customer Name Street Address City, State, Country Zip Code ISO/ANSI Harmonized Labels Part No. 04904697 Label Part Number Size Description QTY 009450010 6″ x 2″ Hot surface. 4 Contact may cause burn. Do not touch. Moving parts can 009450013 4″ x 2″ crush and cut. 2 (ROTATING SHAFT) Moving parts can crush and cut. 009450065 4″ x 2″ Keep hands 6 clear. Do not operate with guard removed.    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 63
  • 63. Appendix A Fastener Torque Specifications In the next few pages are tables of standard bolt torque requirements that were compiled from various machine tool manufacturers. In general the proper torque spec is usually around 65-70% of the failure torque rate. The following tables refer to usage in 18-8 and 316 stainless steel. A proper torque spec varies depending on the material, bolt grade or whether lubrication is used such as oil, wax, or anti-seize. Always go to the manufacturer for proper torque specs if needed. Lubrication added to a dry bolt will typically reduce the torque value 15-25%. The following tables display approximate values and have not been validated for accuracy. If you require additional torque specs for other applications contact your JBT FoodTech supervisor.    64 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 64. Standard Fasteners Standard Bolt Torque Specifications Bolt Size Threads Dry Torque (Inch-Pounds) Bolt Size Threads Dry Torque (Inch-Pounds) (Inches) Per Inch 18-8 SS 316 SS (Inches) Per Inch 18-8 SS 316 SS 20 75.2 78.8 12 682 713 1/4 9/16 28 94.0 99.0 18 752 787 18 132 138 11 1110 1160 5/16 5/8 24 142 147 18 1244 1301 16 236 247 10 1530 1582 3/8 3/4 24 259 271 16 1490 1558 14 376 393 9 2328 2430 7/16 7/8 20 400 418 14 2318 2420 13 517 542 8 3440 3595 1/2 1 20 541 565 14 3110 3250 http://www.engineershandbook.com/Tables/torque3.htm [04/02/2012 9:57:32 AM] SS = Stainless Steel Torque Units Conversion Table This table contains values to multiply-by to convert common units of torque. Torque Conversion Table From To Multiply by From To Multiply by ft lb Nm 1.355818 Nm ft lb 0.737562 ft lb mkg 0.138255 Nm in lb 8.850745 ft lb in lb 12 Nm mkg 0.101972 in lb Nm 0.112985 Nm cmkg 10.19716 in lb dNm 1.129848 dNm in lb 0.885075 in lb cmkg 1.152125 cNm in oz 1.416119 in lb ft lb 0.083333 mkg ft lb 7.233014 in lb in oz 16 mkg Nm 9.80665 in oz cNm 0.706155 cmkg in lb 0.867962    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 65
  • 65. Manual Revision Log Manual Revision History Manual Code Rev. No. P¹ Date No. of Pages Change History 01900868R 1 5/1/2001 11 Concentrate Chopper Manual Revised Concentrate Chopper Manual with 01901123 1 7/2008 31 Sumitomo Operations and Maintenance Manual Removed outdated scanned Sumitomo 01901123 2 5/3/2011 14-30 manual pages. Safety revisions and assembly updates in 01901123 #D12312012 12.13.2012 Entire Manual English. Optional P/N 01901145 updated.    66 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual
  • 66. Manual Revision History ¹P = Published. Securely dispose of all other copies of the Citrus Finsher — 100 Series Service Manual for Screw and Paddle Finishers (Paper shred is the only approved method). This includes copies with the word DRAFT watermarked on each page, and copies with the word “Draft” typed or hand-written on each page, and copies that do not have the “P” printed (not hand-written) in the revision number in the Manual Revision Log at the end of all UCF110 and UPF100 manuals.    Chopper/Blender Service Manual MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 67
  • 67. We are your single source for profitable processing solutions JBT FoodTech is a leading provider of integrated food processing solutions. From single machines to complete processing lines, we enhance value and capture quality, nutrition and taste in food products. With a local presence on six continents, JBT FoodTech can quickly provide our customers and partners in the food processing industry with the know-how, service, and support needed to succeed in today’s competitive marketplace. Part of the technology presented in this manual may be patented. JBT FoodTech, whose policy is to continuously improve its products, reserves the right to discontinue or change specifications, models or design without notice and without incurring obligation. Latin America Europe South Africa JBT de México S de RL de CV John Bean Technologies SpA John Bean Technologies (Pty) Ltd. Calle Oceanía #102 Via Mantova 63/A Koper Street Fracc. Industrial Unidad Nacional II 43122 Parma Brackenfell 66350 Santa Catarina, NL Italy Cape Town, South Africa 7560 México Phone: +39.0521.908.411 Phone: +27.21.982.1130 Tel.: +52.81.8123.7055 Fax: +39.0521.460.897 Fax: +27.21.982.1136 www.jbtfoodtech.com Fax: +52.81.8123.7054 sales.parma@jbtc.com citrus.info@jbtc.com citrus.info@jbtc.com North America South America Asia Pacific JBT FoodTech, S.L. John Bean Technologies Corporation John Bean Technologies Màq. e Equip. Ind. John Bean Technologies (Shanghai) Co. Ltd. Julián Camarillo 26, 4º 400 Fairway Avenue Ltda. Av. Eng Camilo Dinucci 4605, Haitong Security Building room 3002-3003 28037 Madrid Lakeland, FL 33801 14808-900 Araraquara, São Paulo No. 689 Guangdong Road Spain USA Brazil Shanghai 200001 Phone: +34.91.304.0045 Phone: +1.863.683.5411 Phone: +55.16.3301.2000 China Fax: +34.91.327.5003 Fax: +1.863.680.3672 Fax: +55.16.3332.0565 Phone: +86.21.6341.1616 foodtech.spain@jbtc.com citrus.info@jbtc.com latinamerica.info@jbtc.com Fax: +86.21.6341.0708    68 MAN# 01901123—12.31.2012 Chopper/Blender Service Manual

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