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Applies to:

 Machine Operators.

Objective:

It is to provide the systematic procedure on how to operate and wash the Jacketed oil pot

Policy or Handbook Reference

Refer to owner’s manual.

Pre-Requisites

Prior to use, inspect Jacketed oil pot and electrical cords for visible damages.

 

Introduction  

The main aim of this report is to provide the systematic procedure on how to handle, operate and wash jacketed oil pot

Definitions and term references         

Thermostat — Controls heat in the kettle. High dial settings are for cooking; low settings are for   holding.

Pressure Gauge — Indicates pressure in the jacket, normal operating range is 0-12 psig.

On – Off Switch — Located below pressure gauge, when turned to ON, initiates electronic ignition to start the Pilot and Main Burner.

Pilot Burner Indicator Light — When lit, the electronic ignition system is attempting to light the

Pilot or the Pilot has been lit; it remains lit when the Main Burner is on.

Main Burner Indicator Light— when lit, the Main Burner is providing heat to the kettle.

Combination Control Valve — located inside box, this valve controls gas flow to the Main Burner.

 

Completing the work effort for the Jacketed Oil Pot

Step

Instruction

Illustration

Expected Result

 

Installation and Operating guide

 

 

1

Before operating, check the jacket water level by looking at the sight glass at the rear of the kettle with both upper and lower valves open.

 

2

The water level should be at the midpoint of the sight glass.

If the water level in the sight glass falls below half, add distilled or chemically pure water to the jacket through the fill tube.

 

 

3

Before lighting the pilot, both the burner and pilot must have been off at least 5 minutes.

 

 

4

Remove the control panel cover screw.

 

 

5

Remove the control box cover (lift, pull out at bottom, lower).

 

 

6

Turn knob of the combination control valve counterclockwise until it stops at the ON position.

 

 

7

Replace the control panel cover and screw.

 

 

8

Make sure gas supply is on. Turn the On-Off switch to the ON position.

 

 

9

The lit pilot can be viewed through the view port at lower front of kettle.

 

 

10

Use thermostat to regulate cooking temperatures.

 

 

11

Shutdown

Turn the thermostat dial to the OFF position. If equipped with an On-Off switch, turn it off. To completely shut off, close the gas shutoff valve. Turn combination gas control valve off.

 

 

 

Cleaning guide

 

 

12

Always switch the unit off.

 

 

13

Switch off the gas supply

 

 

14

Use only warm soapy water and a soft cloth when cleaning the appliance.

 

 

15

Clean and wipe the jacketed oil when done using it.

 

 

 

 

Troubleshooting guide

 

 

16

1.Not switching on. Make sure gas supply is on. Turn the On-Off switch to the ON position.

2.Not heating up

The thermostat is in off position.  Turn the thermostat on

 

 

 

 

Safety Instructions

 

 

17

  1. Switch the unit off when not in use to prevent burns.

  2. Do not operate the kettle while it is empty.

  3. Never move or carry the kettle when it is “ON” or if it is full of hot liquids.

  4. Be careful not to touch any hot surfaces. Make sure the power cord does not come in contact with any hot surfaces.

 

 

 

Expected results

This will keep the jacketed oil pot in a good condition.