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operating manual
OPERATING MANUAL
(GB)
KOLBE – Meat Cutting Band Saw
Model K 430 / K 440
KOLBE GmbH – Nirotechnik-Maschinenbau
Gewerbestraße 5
D-89275 Elchingen
Telefon +49 (0) 73 08/ 96 10 – 0
Telefax + 49 (0) 73 08 / 96 10 – 98
www.kolbe-maschinenbau.com
e-mail [email protected]
Machine no. .............................................
Table of Contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Safety Instructions
List of Dangers (residual risks)
Technical Data
Delivery of the Machine
Installation of the Machine
Commissioning
Cleaning Instructions
Guarantee Claims and Deficiencies
Maintenance and Servicing
Troubleshooting
Declaration of Conformity to EEC
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Responsibility for the installation, dismantling,
maintenance, commissioning, servicing and operating
must be clearly defined and observed so that no
unclear competence can occur which may involve
aspects of safety.
•
Before starting work get to know all the equipment and
control elements on the machine and their function.
When the machine is working you will not have time to
do so and it will then be too late!
•
The shut down procedures described in the operating
manual for installation, dismantling, maintenance,
commissioning, servicing and operating work must be
observed at all times.
•
No action is to be taken which may reduce the safety
level of the machine.
•
The operator must ensure that unauthorised persons
are not allowed to use the machine.
•
The operator ist obliged to report any changes to the
machine which may reduce its safety level to his
superior immediately.
•
The user must undertake to operate the machine only
if it is in perfect condition.
•
By issuing the appropriate instructions and completing
the necessary checks the user must ensure the
cleanliness and clarity of the work station around the
machine.
•
Unauthorised modifications or changes to the machine
are not allowed and will render the liability of the
manufacturer for any resulting damage null and void.
•
Do not reach into the infeed and outfeed area of the
machine or into the tools when they are operating (e.g.
belt saw blade, mincer work, cross knives, and stroke
knives).
•
Do not complete adjustment work when the machine is
operating. Wait until the machine has reached a
standstill.
•
Electrical and mechanical safety equipment must not
be removed.
•
Before looking for faults or completing maintenance
and repair work, disconnect the electrical supply and
have this work completed by an authorised specialist (if
necessary secure the machine using warning signs).
•
Before restarting the machine after maintenance or
repair work, check whether all the guards have been
refitted correctly.
•
The general safety and accident prevention regulations
as well as other generally acknowledged safety
regulations are to be observed.
1. Safety Instructions
Before commissioning the machine, read the operating
manual and safety instructions carefully and observe
them at all times.
Also ensure that all other users are familiar with the
safety instructions.
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Anybody involved at the user’s plant with the
installation, dismantling, commissioning, operation and
maintenance (servicing, maintenance and repairs) of
KOLBE butchery machines must have read and
understood the relevant operating manual and in
particular the safety instructions in full. We recommend
that the user obtains written confirmation of this.
KOLBE butchery machines are built to the state of the
art and are safe to use. However, if these machines
are used incorrectly or for improper purposes by
untrained personnel they may represent a danger.
KOLBE butchery machines (band saws, mincers and
portioning units) are exclusively designed for
processing meat and fish. Any other usage shall be
regarded as improper. The manufacturer may not be
held liable for any damage resulting from this; this risk
shall be borne solely by the user.
Proper usage also includes the observance of the
operating, maintenance and servicing instructions
issued by the manufacturer.
KOLBE butchery machines (band saws, mincers and
portioning units) may only be operated, maintained and
serviced by authorised, trained and instructed
personnel. This personnel must have been given
special training in the possible dangers which may
occur.
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2. List of Dangers (residual risks)
Please note the following danger
machine !
areas on
the
2.1 Mechanical dangers
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Risk of injury by the band saw blade at and beyond the
cutting point (e. g. cutting injuries at the hands and
fingers or cutting off the fingers). Do not reach into
the running respectively standing saw blade!
When removing the saw blade wear cut-resistant
gloves! During sawing on the machine do not use
protective metal (Niroflex) gloves!
Risk of crushing the fingers/hand when closing the
door
Risk of crushing or severance of the fingers, hand or
lower arm respectively feet and other parts of the body
between:
• portioning detent and working table
• material pusher and working table
• material pusher and machine stand
• table plate and machine stand
• clamping resp. counter lever and machine stand
• working table and support table construction
• at the draw-in points of driving- and running wheel
• at the spokes of driving- and running wheel
• saw blade protection and machine stand
• table plate resp. stand and all attaching parts
• machine and table carriage
• at the mobile version on a wall resp. other objects
as well as between floor and rollers
• when installing or removing all removable parts
by slipping them out
other neighbouring procedures and other operating
conditions other than those which are normal.
The permission workplace values may also vary from
country to country. However, this information is intended to
enable the user to make a better assessment of the risk
involved. The operator must take appropriate personal
sound protection measures if the noise levels go above 85
d(BA), which means that he should wear ear plugs or ear
protection equipment.
2.5 Danger to health
Damage to the health of persons due to low environmental
temperatures. Use heat insulating clothing if the
environmental temperature goes below 7 °C.
2.6 Danger to health due to non-observance of
hygiene principles and cleaning instructions:
Danger to the health of persons and unacceptable changes
in the food to be processed, for example
Ruination of the food (food poisoning)
Internal acid attacks for the consumer due to
residual quantities of cleaning and disinfecting
materials in the food.
Internal injuries for the consumer due to the
presence of foreign bodies (e. g. parts of the
machine or solid objects from other sources).
3. Technical Data
3.1 Manufacturer
KOLBE GmbH
Gewerbestraße 5
D-89275 Elchingen
2.2 Risk due to instability
3.2 Designation
Meat cutting band saw
Risk of bodily injury through impacts or squashing when the
machine, in particular the mobile version, falls over.
3.3 Product number
Type K 430 / K 440
3.4 Technical data
2.3 Electrical dangers
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Risk of injury by direct or indirect contact with the
electricity supply.
•
Risk of injury from defective electrical components.
2.4 Risks from noise
Risk of hearing damage by noise emissions of over
85d(BA)
An idling noise level of 78,6 dB (A) pursuant to EN
ISO3746 : 1995 (constant K = 4dB) has been measured on
the band saw, during sawing 81,5 dB(A).
These values are emission values and do not necessarily
also represent safe workplace values. Although there is a
correlation between emission and emission noise levels it
is not possible to derive from them with any degree of
reliability whether additional precautionary action,
according to EN ISO 11690-1/-2, is necessary. Factors
which influence the emission levels which currently affect
the workplace include the type of working area, other
sources of noise, for example the number of machines and
Wheel diameter
Band saw blade
Band speed
Pass of depth of cut
Pass of cut side
Cutting storke
Width of table
Depth of table
Height of table
Width of sliding table (K 430)
Depth of sliding table (K 430)
Width of roll-sliding table (K 440)
Depth of roll-sliding table (K 440)
Width of unit
Depth of unit
Height of unit
Motor capacity, IP 54
Motor speed
Motor tension/rotation current
Rated current (at 2,5 kW)
Rated current (at 4,0 kW)
Motor brake
Weight net/gross (K 430 and K 440)
430 mm
3370 x 16 mm
32 m/s
max. 415 mm
max. 410 mm
max. 410 mm
830 mm
880 mm
900 mm
430 mm
440 mm
425 mm
440 mm
935 mm
935 mm
1845mm
2,5 resp. 4,0 kW
1420 1/min
230/400 V
9,4,/5,4 A
15,5/9,0 A
serial
225/245 kg
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Every KOLBE product undergoes a thorough
acceptance test before being despatched, where
all of the functions and safety equipment is
checked.
4. Delivery of the Machine
The machine is supplied bolted to a wooden pallet and
shrink-packed in polyethylene protective foil. The operating
manual is also enclosed and placed in a separate foil (we
only use reusable and recyclable packaging).
Please inform your supplier immediately if the contents of
the consignment do not agree with the pack list. In the
event of transport damage the forwarding company is to be
notified immediately and given an opportunity to inspect the
damage.
5. Installation of the Machine
5.1 Installation Instructions
Remove the band saw, after de-assembling the four fixing
screws, out of its packing. Lift the band saw safely and
remove the pallet by fork-lift truck or crane. Screw the four
enclosed wheels of anti-vibration metal feet (8) into the
threaded holes respectively at the mobile version,
according to model, fit the two support- and two steering
rollers in front. Elevating adjustment of the anti-vibration
metal feet (8) by the thread in case of uneveness of the
floor.
The K 430 should be stored in a cooled or air-conditioned
room for hygiene reasons.
The machine must only be used in a room which is lit to an
intensity of at least 500 Lux.
All components which can be installed or removed weigh
less than 20 kgs, which means that it is not necessary to
arrange for a transporting device of the same height.
5.2 To connect the machine
Compare the motor voltage (see rating plate) with the
mains voltage. The machine must be connected by an
authorised electrician (following any local regulations).
Pursuant to EN 60204 the machine is to be connected
either using a plug device or a main switch is to be inserted
in the fixed supply lead.
6. Commissioning
Important!
Before commissioning the machine read this operating
manual carefully. Please also pay attention to the
pictures shown on page 11 to 15.
6.1 To switch on the machine
The machine can be set in motion only, if the door is closed
and locked. The green on-button (2) and the red off-button
(1) are located laterally at the upper part of the saw.
Important!
Check the motor rotating direction. At the table
plate, the saw band has to move downwards
along the cutting direction and the saw teeth have to
look down!
6.2 Electronic brake device
By means of an electronic motor brake device the
band saw slows down up to its stoppage without
abrasion within 4 seconds after the switch-off or
opening of the door.
A new switch-on is not possible before the final
running down of the stoppage time and an addition
safety time (total waiting time about 10 sec.).
6.3 Change of the band saw blade
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The electrical circuit diagram for the machine is as follows:
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- for 400 V rotary current (5 conductor system)
No. 96.163.3
- for 230 V rotary current (5 conductor)
No. 96.164.3
- for 400 V rotary current (no neutral conductor)
No. 96.165.3.
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Connection cable 5 x 1,5mm²
(three phases + protective conductor yellow/green + blue
neutral conductor)
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Switch off the unit, wait for the stoppage and interrupt
the main current feed
Open both doors (26 + 30) by lifting up the door
locking device (34)
Take off the roll-sliding table (6) of the floor-model K
440 by lifting the locking device (22) of the slidingtable and adjusting it in vertical position, than pull out
the roll-sliding table (6).
Wear cut-resistance gloves
Release the band saw blade (13) by the bolt lever (10)
and take it off
Fit a new band saw blade (13) onto the bearing
surface of the two wheels
Insert a new band saw blade (13) between the
scrapers (19) and into the band guides (16 + 17).
(Direction of the saw teeth at the band guides to the
bottom!)
Tighten the band saw blade with the bolt lever (10)
Check the saw band movement by turning the upper
wheel (14) to the right and to the left
The distance of the back of the band saw blade to the
wheel edge behind has to be about 0,5 – 1 mm
If the distance is larger or smaller, adjust the band
movement by the star grip (12) by unscrewing the
counter lever (11) at the star grip (12) and adjust the
band movement by turning the star grip to the right
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respectively to the left, then tighten the counter lever
(11) again
Insert and lock the roll-sliding table (6) again
Close both doors (26 + 30)
The band saw is ready for work again
low pressure. The finger-protector (21) on the roll-sliding
table (6) can be hinged down by relaxing the both crossgrips (23 + 24) to the left and can be adjusted in the lower
position by means of the cross-grip (24).
6. 8. Material pusher
6.4. Band guide
The band guides above and below (16 + 17) are of
special alloy with best sliding and abrasion properties.
Below the lower band guide additional a carbide backsideplate support is posted
The upper band guide (16) with additional saw blade
protection (3) can be adjusted to the height of the goods to
be cut and is granting the safe and best guide of the band
saw blade (13). The vertically adjustable saw band guide
(16) can be locked by means of the star grip (15).
6.5. Scrapers
The material pusher (4) is a pushing aid during the sawing
of bones, cutlets, etc. If it is not used during the carving of
larger parts, the material pusher (4) can be unhinged and
restored easily accessible underneath the table. As the
floor model saws K430/K440 are equipped with a motor
brake device and a vertically adjustable saw blade
protection (3), these units may also work without material
pusher according to the prescriptions.
6.9 Thermic motor protection
The high efficient wheel and band scrapers (19) are
screwed onto the scraper holders (20) and can easily be
drawn off from the extension shafts (32) without tool for
cleaning and replacement. The periodical wear-test of the
scrapers (19) is absolutely necessary. Scrapers, which do
not work correctly, will cause disturbing, undesired
sediments on the saw band and on the surfaces of the
treated goods.
The motor of the unit is fitted with a motor guarding (thermo
couple contacts in the motor winding). In case of an
overload and consequent undue elevation of temperature
of the motor winding, the unit switches off itself
automatically.
This happens i. e. in case of phase failure, unsufficient
cooling or blocking of the unit. After a corresponding
cooling time, the unit can be started again. But if the cause
has not been cleared, the motor guarding comes into force
again after a short time.
6.6 Portioning detent
6.10 Band saw - mobile version
The stoppage of the portioning detent (7) can be released
by the upper cross grip (8), it is now adjustable. If you
release the cross grip (8), the portioning detent (7) can be
turned up 90º and taken off to the front.
The mobile bandsaw is, depending on the model, equipped
with two steering rollers with hand brake and two support
rollers. Always disconnect the mains plug before moving
the machine and take care for the power supply cable as
well as the plug. After moving the bandsaw the wheel
parking brake must be pushed down again.
On request: Portioning detent with fine adjustment
The portioning detent (7) can be adjustet exactly to the
desired cutting width by means of a star grip and the
devision scale in order to obtain a very exact portioning.
The second star grip is for the setting of the portioning
detent (7). If the portioning detent should be removed, turn
the setting star grip about 4 times, lift the adjusting star grip
to the top, then turn up the complete portioning detent (7)
by 90° and take if off to the front.
6.7 Table construction
K 430 - With fixed table plate, which can be hinged up
for cleaning (see page 7).
The sliding table (5) is used for the fine portioning.
It is equipped with a finger protector according to
the safety prescriptions, it can be hinged down
and adjusted laterally.
K 440 - With easy going roll-sliding table (6), equipped
with stainless ball-bearings serially, which enables
a long-lasting easy movement. The change into a
fixed table-plate is very easy.
For this, pull the roll-sliding table (6) to the front
up to detent, turn up the folding table (25) behind
and insert it forward. The folding table snaps by
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7. Cleaning Instructions
8. Guarantee Claims and Deficiencies
Important!
Switch off the machine, wait until it has reach a
standstill and disconnect the main power supply,
when completing any cleaning work (remove the plug,
turn the main switch off).
Do not start any work before the band saw has not
stopped finally.
While cleaning wear protective clothes (e. g. goggles,
cut-resistant gloves (saw blade), etc.
8.1 According to the German law, we offer a guarantee of
24 months on our goods for single shift operation
starting from the date of delivery. This assumes,
however, that the customer complies with the
requirements of maintenance and servicing as shown
on page 8. The first service has to take place within 12
months by an authorised workshop, after date of
delivery.
7.1 Cleaning as detailed on the Cleaning Schedule
The band saw is to be cleaned every day as detailed on
the cleaning schedule (see page 7) to maintain its function
and hygiene standard.
Shorter cleaning intervals may be required depending on
the application and the hygiene regulations. Cleaning
products which are approved for food use has only to be
used.
7.2 Cleaning Instructions
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Switch off the machine, wait until it reaches a standstill
(remove the plug)
Open both doors (26 + 30)
Remove the band saw blade (13) as well as the
portioning detent (7) and material pusher (4)
Remove the upper band guide (16) and clean it
carefully
Lock vertically adjustable saw blade protection (3) by
means of the star grip (15) in the highest position
Push the sliding table (5), if available, on the table
plate against the detent on the backside
Release the both door lockings (27) in the front and
underneath the table plate (28) and lift the table.
Secure the lifted table plate (28) by means of a table
support (29
Remove the band wheel scrapers (19) and clean them
Take off the lower band guide (17) and clean it
thoroughly. (Clean band guides and scrapers
periodically in order that the run of the band saw blade
(13) remains save and unprevented).
Remove the bone meal box (31), empty and clean it
thoroughly
Clean the complete unit
Please observe the detailed cleaning instructions on
page 8.
8.2 This guarantee covers the repair or replacement of
all products which become defective during the
guarantee period as a result of proven material or
workmanship deficiencies by ourselves as the factory
or authorised contractual workshops.
8.3 The guarantee does not include any parts which are
subject to natural wear, the consequences of
excessive loads, improper cleaning or treatment and
the non-observance of the operating manual.
8.4 If any work is completed on the goods by the
client or third parties without our consent, we
refuse to accept any liability.
8.5 The products we manufacture
EC-Machine Directives.
comply
with the
All KOLBE machines are suitable for cleaning with
surge and jet water; nevertheless it must be ensured
that the electric switch parts and the bearings are only
exposed to the jet of water for a short time.
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Cleaning Schedule
KOLBE –Meat cutting band saw K 430 /K 440
Important! Read and observe the operating manual!
Processes
Coarse cleaning,
removal of product
residue, if necessary
after removing the
small parts
Thorough cleaning,
alkaline
If necessary instead of
alkaline cleaning, acidic
cleaning
Rinse
Check
Thorough cleaning,
Acidic
Rinse
Cleaning products
2-5 %, for example:
Henkel Hygiene –
• P3-topax 19
• P3-topax 66
Messrs. Goldschmidt –
• Somplex grease
dissolver
For aluminium parts, e.g.
Henkel Hygiene –
• 2-5% P3-topax 12
Messrs. Goldschmidt –
• Somplex F
water
For example:
Henkel Hygiene • 3-6 % P3-topax 56
Messrs. Goldschmidt –
• Somplex acidic foam
water
Check
Disinfect
Final rinse
As per product data sheet
0,5-2 %, for example:
Henkel Hygiene • P3-topax 99
• P3-topax 91
Messrs. Goldschmidt • TEGO 2000
• TEGO IMC
drinking water
Dry
Care
P3-care oil
Methods
Equipment
Instructions
manual
mechanical
spatula,
scraper
Start immediately
after the end of
production
foam for manual;
dwell time approx.
15 minutes
low pressure
foam unit,
brush, tank, hand
spray
low pressure less
than 30 bar
temperature 5060°C
optical cleanliness
foam or manual;
dwell time approx.
15 minutes
low pressure
unit
water hose
low pressure less
than 30 bar
temperature 50-60ºC
optical cleanliness
low pressure
unit, water hose
spray, foam,
dwell time as per
product data sheet
low pressure
foam unit,
spray gun
low pressure
less than 30 bar
low pressure
unit, water hose
Spray
spray gun
Low pressure
foam unit,
hand spray,
brush to remove
lime deposits
If necessary, instead
of alkaline cleaning.
Follow manufacturer’s
instructions; check
critical points and
problem areas.
Follow manufacturer’s
instructions; check
critical points and
problem areas.
After completing all
the cleaning work in
the room.
External surfaces
of the machine.
This cleaning schedule only applies for machines which are made predominantly of stainless steel. If other materials are
used, coordination with the relevant cleaning product manufacturer is required. The details given in the cleaning schedule refer
to single-shift operation, for multiple shift operation the cleaning intervals are to be adjusted accordingly.
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Cleaning Instructions
KOLBE –Meat cutting band saw K 430 / K 440
Machine zones which require special and careful cleaning
Cleaning zones
Saw band guides
- Band guide in the table
- Band guide above
Cleaning products
Methods
Equipment
Instructions
see cleaning schedule manual,
mechanical
brush, paintbrush Take off the band guide and
clean it in a winding machine.
Thoroughly clean all sides by
brush or paintbrush.
see cleaning schedule manual,
mechanical
brush, paintbrush Thoroughly clean all sides with
brush or paintbrush.
Doors:
- Inner side of the door
- Door locking device
see cleaning schedule manual,
mechanical
brush, paintbrush Thoroughly clean the doors, door
lockings, and door hinges by
brush or paintbrush. Eventually,
unhinge the doors and lean them
in a tube.
Wheels:
- Upper wheel
- Lower wheel
see cleaning schedule manual,
mechanical
brush, paintbrush Thoroughly clean the front and
back side and bearing surface of
the
wheels
by
brush
or
paintbrush.
see cleaning schedule manual,
mechanical
brush, paintbrush Take off the scrapers and clean
them in a tube or in a winding
machine.
see cleaning schedule manual,
mechanical
brush, paintbrush Thoroughly clean the outer
contours of the revision covers by
brush or paintbrush.
Table plate:
- Underside of the table
- Support yoke of the table
- Table locking device
Scraper unit:
- Wheel and band scrapers
Inspection cover:
- Inspection cover at the back
side (above and below)
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9. Maintenance and Servicing
Important!
Disconnect the main power supply before completing
any maintenance and servicing work (remove the plug,
turn the main switch off).
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The reliability and the service life of the machine depend
on many factors, including the machine being properly
maintained.
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Follow safety instructions for maintenance and servicing
work.
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The following table contains schedules, inspection and
maintenance instructions for the normal use of the
machine.
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Moving installation for transport of working height (working
table) necessary.
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As a result of the wide variety of operating conditions we
cannot state in advance how often a wear check,
maintenance and servicing work will be required. An
appropriate servicing schedule is to be drawn up on the
basis of your operating conditions.
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Our specialists will be pleased to help you with further
advice.
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Faults which are caused by inadequate or improper
maintenance may cause high repair costs and long
down times of the machine. Regular maintenance is
therefore essential.
9.1 Maintenance and Servicing List
Inspection Intervals
Every day
Inspection Points and Maintenance Instructions
Check wear of band saw blade.
Check adjustment of the saw blade run
Check function of the band and wheel scrapers. Replace worn out and defective
scrapers
Check function of the motor brake of the band saw
(The band saw has to slow down up to its stoppage within 4 seconds after its
switch-off.)
Complete cleaning according cleaning schedule
Every month
Check abrasion of the band guides
Every year
Check tension of the band saw, if necessary replace gas-pressure spring
Check-up of the wheel bearing (in case of defective bearing, replace ball bearing)
Check-up of the motor bearing (in case of defective bearing, replace ball bearing)
Check wheel and gear wheel abrasion
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10. Troubleshooting
Faults
The band saw cannot be switched on
Cause
Remedy
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Insert mains plug
Call an electrician
Replace fuses (call an electrician)
Allow he motor to cool, then switch
on again
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Mains plug not inserted
Mains supply failure
Main fuses tripped
Thermal contacts for the motor or the
over current relay in the controller
have tripped
“On” button defective
Brake control defective
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Call an electrician
Call in customer service
Thermo contacts in the motor are •
disengaging, that means, the band saw
switches off “itself”
•
Band saw is overheated because of
overload
Band saw is blocked up
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2-phases-run (motor is grumbling)
•
Allow the motor to cool, then switch
on again
Clear the blocking, allow the motor to
cool
Call an electrician
•
Band saw blade is
blocked
Saw blade is flattering
•
Saw blade is running hot
•
Band saw blade is blocked und the motor
is grumbling
•
Switch-off the band saw immediately,
clear the blocking of the saw blade
Low tension of the saw band
•
Replace gas-pressure spring
•
Change saw blade
•
Saw blade is dull, high energy
consumption required for sawing
Dirty band guides and scrapers
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Tarnishing of the wheel collar behind
•
Thorougly clean band guides and
scrapers (remove bone-remainders,
etc.)
See saw-band adjustment
Dirty band guides and scrapers
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Scrapers are worn out or do not fit
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Saw blade is hot
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Saw blade is dull, high energy •
consumption required for sawing
Band guides are worn out
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Low tension of the saw band
•
Black cutting surfaces at the treated goods •
Saw blade or cut are going astray
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Noicy running of the band saw
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Uneven running of the saw band
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squeezed
or
Thoroughly clean band guides and
scrapers (remove bone-remainders,
etc.)
Check scrapers and replace them If
necessary
See above
Change saw blade
Replace band guides
Replace gas-pressure spring
Defective wheel or motor bearing
Worn out scrapers
Saw blade is tarnishing at the front
wheel collar
Saw band is not tightened
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Call in customer service
Replace scrapers
See saw-band adjustment
•
Tighten saw band
Greasy layer on the wheels (saw
band is floating)
Low tension of the saw band
Worn out saw band
Worn out bearing surfaces of the
wheels
•
Check scrapers and replace them if
necessary
Replace gas-pressure spring
Replace saw band
Insert new wheels (call in customer
service)
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Meat cutting band saw K 430
The KOLBE floor model saw K 330 with fixed table plate,
suitable for meat, bone and fish sawing in butcher’s shops,
supermarkets and branch-establishment.
1 = Switch-off-button
2 = Switch-on-button
3 = Saw blade protection
5 = Sliding table
7 = Portioning detent
8 = Cross grip
9 = Anti-vibration metal feet
Meat cutting band saw K 440
The KOLBE floor model saw K 440 with additional sliding
table (5). This facilitates the fine portioning of larger quantities
and can be hinged down laterally in case of carving works.
1 = Switch-off-button
2 = Switch-on-button
3 = Saw blade protection
6 = Roll-sliding table
7 = Portioning detent
8 = Cross grip
9 = Anti-vibration metal feet
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Saw band adjustment
The release and tightening of the saw band (13) is made by
the bolt lever (10). Adjust the upper wheel (14) by the star
grip (12) at the back side to adjust the band run. Stainless
wheels with convex bearing surfaces are granting the safe
positioning of the saw band and the good condition of the
crosscut teeth.
10 = Bolt lever
11 = Counter lever
12 = Star grip
13 = Band saw blade
14 = Wheel
15 = Star grip
(to lock the vertically adjustable bland guide)
Material pusher
The material pusher (4) is a practicable help for the safe
sawing and portioning of bones, cutlets, etc. For the carving
of larger parts, the pushing aid can be taken off and kept
simply underneath the table. The continuously vertically
adjustable saw blade protection (3) secures the height pass,
which won’t be used for the sawing.
3 = Saw blade protection
4 = Material pusher
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Band guides
Exact keeping and safe guidance of the cut by precise and
closed guidance of the band saw blade.
High wear resistance of the two band guides (15 + 16), which
have best sliding properties.
The upper band guide (15) with additional saw blade
protection (3) can be adjusted to the height of the good to be
cut by means of a star grip (14).
13 = Band saw blade
16 = Upper band guide
17 = Lower band guide
Scrapers
High efficient wheel and band scrapers are responsible for a
proper cut. A periodical wear-control of the scrapers (19) is
absolutely necessary.
18 = Drive wheel
19 = Scrapers
20 = Scraper holders
Roll-sliding table of the floor model saw K 440
The easy going roll-sliding table (6) of the floor model saw K
440 is suitable for the quick portioning of larger quantities of
parts suited to counters and packaging.
6 = Roll-sliding table
21 = Finger protection
22 = Roll table locking device
23 = Cross grip
24 = Cross grip
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Table construction of floor model saw K 440
The roll-sliding table (6) of the floor model saw K 440 can
easily be changed to a fixed, closed table plate. This has to
be done by fixing the roll-sliding table with the folding table
(25) behind and swinging down the finger protection (21)
laterally.
6 = Roll-sliding table
21 = Finger protection
25 = Folding table
Cleaning of the floor model saw K 430
Turn up the table-plate (28) – all unit parts are easily
accessible for cleaning. Polished surfaces and transition
radiuses enable a quick and thorough cleaning and fulfil all
requirements of hygiene.
26 = Door above
27 = Door locking device
28 = Table plate
29 = Table support
30 = Door below
31 = Bone meal box
Cleaning of the floor model saw K 440
Turn up the right table plate (28) and take off the roll-sliding
table. All unit parts are now easily accessible.
26 = Door above
27 = Door locking device
28 = Table plate at the right side
29 = Table support
30 = Door below
31 = Bone meal box
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Cleaning / Revision
Quick and simple removal of the upper and lower band
guides (16 + 17) for cleaning and replacement without tool.
16 = Band guide above
17 = Band guide below
The wheel and band scrapers (19) can also be removed
without tool quickly.
19 = Scrapers
32 = Extension shaft
Band saw plate support
The saw band backrest with carbide insert additional for safe
and optimal guide of the band saw blade (13).
33 = Saw blade backrest
Door locking device
Cleaning / Revision
The door locking device ensures an optimal locking of the
upper and lower door of the band saw.
For opening of the doors (26 + 30) the table locking device
(34) must be lifted.
Cleaning / Revision
34 = Door locking device
35 = Door locking pin
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY TO EEC
according to the unit instruction 89/392/EWG, appendix II A
We hereby declare that the inspected construction of the meat cutting band saw
Type:
K 430 and K 440
Manufacturer:
Kolbe GmbH
Gewerbestraße 5
D-89275 Elchingen
corresponds to the following regulations:
• Unit instruction of EEC in the sequel 98/37/EWG
• Low voltage instruction of EEC 73/23/EWG
• Electromagnetic compatibility guide line 89/336 of EEC
as well as to the applied harmonized norms, especially:
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EN ISO 12100-1/-2
EN 60204-1
EN 55014 VDE0875 part 14-1
EN 55014-2
EN 62000-3-2 VDE0838 part 2
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EN 61000-3-3 VDE0838 part 3
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pr EN 12268
Safety of units part 1 and part 2
Electrical equipment part 1
Jamming part 1
Immunity of disturbance part 2
Electromagnetic compatibility
Limit values for over-voltage surge currents
Electromagnetic compatibility
Limit values for voltage variation and flicker
Food treating units
part 1: Safety requirements
part 2: Hygiene requirements
The national technical specifications applied are:
• Rules for the prevention of accidents regarding meat cutting units (VBG19)
• Safety rule of equipment (GSG)
This is the registered testing office (according to appendix VII):
Prüf- und Zertifizierungsstelle
Fachausschuss Fleischwirtschaft
Lortzingstraße 2, D-55127 Mainz
They were charged with the EEC-type test of the meat cutting saw K 430 / K 440 with the
Following check number:
EEC-type test certification no. 95077
KOLBE GmbH
Elchingen, 02.01.2004
Karsten Hackemesser
Managing Director
Thomas Hagmeier
Managing Director
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