Belshaw Brothers TG 50 Microwave Oven user guide

TG-50-GV-400/230-50-3-C STD

TG-50-GM-400/230-50-3-C SPL

TNG-2011, TNG-4012

TNG-2012, TNG-4012

TG-25-GT-208-60-1-D

TJ-2013, TJ-4002

Optional Line Items:

SL200-0004

TZ-6 & TZ-17

Glazing Screen - 17 x 25 TG-50

Glazing Screen 12 x 17 TG-25

Front Shield Kit TG-25

Spare Parts Kit TG-50 (included)

Service Kit TG-50 (208-220/240V-60H-1P-DOM)

Spare Parts Kit TG-25 (included)

Service Kit TG-25 (208-220/240V-60H-1P-DOM)

Service Kit TG-25 (415/240V-50H-3P-CE)

Service Kit TG-50 (400/230V-50H-3P-CE)

Heater Assembly - Glaze Tank TG-50

Thermolizer (order service kits separate)

Cover; Glaze Tank TG-50 (included except 22010)

Oven Mod. Kit & Lincoln Oven Parts (208V-60H-1P-DOM)

Oven Mod. Kit & Lincoln Oven Parts (240V-60H-1P-DOM)

Oven Mod. Kit & Lincoln Oven Parts (400/230V-50H-3P-CE)

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Thermoglaze 50

Installation

To avoid electrocuting yourself or damaging the Thermoglaze, never allow water, steam, cleaning solution, or other liquid to enter the electrical panels or connections

Electrical:

Dimensions

Power Requirements

88"L x 40W x

See data tag

Local codes prevail. The authorities having jurisdiction are stated in NFPA 96-1994 regarding requirements for the Thermoglaze.

Building Layouts:

Specification sheets and AutoCAD drawings for use in developing architectural drawings can be provided by request. Please call your Belshaw

Bros., Inc. representative for help in defining your requirements.

Make sure that the power requirements of the

Thermoglaze, shown on the data plate, match your power source.

Only plug in to power source that matches the required voltage and current for the

Thermoglaze. (The Thermoglaze unit TG50 comes standard with a Hubbel 360P6W plug that needs a 360C6W socket or equivalent for electrical current.

Thermoglaze must be electrically grounded and connected in compliance with the National

Electrical Code, ANSI-NFPA 70, and applicable municipal building codes.

Do not apply electrical power to the system until the assembly has been completed. See Section 4 for the assembly of the Thermoglaze.

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Clean all parts with mild soap and water and let dry before assembly and applying electrical power to the equipment.

The Thermoglaze unit is design for ease of assembly and use. The system is crated in a manner so there are few pieces to put together once the Thermoglaze is in place for production.

After unpacking the system per the uncrating instructions, 2 items need to be placed on the

Thermoglaze to finish assembly, the glaze trough and the heat shield. First, the Glaze trough slips into the 2 holes on either side of the drain tray with the waterfall headed toward the oven. See figure 4-1 and 4-4 for help setting the trough in place. After the trough is in place attach the glaze hose to the trough by pushing it in the hose mount in the center of the trough. Second is the

Heat Shield over the oven portion of the

Thermoglaze. Slip it over the oven using the handles provided until the guard locks over the back of the oven. See figure 4-1 for a photo of the location of the heat shield.

To help familiarize you with your Thermoglaze, please study the following photographs:

Figure 4-1 Front view:

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Figure 4-2 Infeed Left hand view.

Figure 4-3 Swing away glaze trough.

(Optional)

Figure 4-4 Right Hand View:

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Figure 4-5 Control Panel View:

The Thermoglaze system consists of a Thermoglaze unit and the Thermolizer. They are placed in unison in the area located for the production of donuts. See

Figure 4-6 for Thermoglaze system.

Figure 4-6 Thermoglaze System.

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Operation

Turn on main power switch and allow to heat to operating temperature. (Note: conveyor will not move until the oven is up to operating temperature and the donut ready light is on. See Figure 5-1.) using the on switch located on the main control panel.

After the donuts are thawed, place a screen of donuts from Thermolizer box to the infeed end of the Thermoglaze conveyor and allow the screen to travel through the oven and glazer. This takes approximately 3 minutes.

When the screen of donuts is through the glazer and stopped forward travel, place the glazed product on a rack for cooling using the 2 delrin tray grips provided with the unit.

To avoid burning yourself, never touch the

Thermoglaze unit, conveyor, or interior of the oven while the machine is in use.

Figure 5-1. Oven Ready Light.

Turn on the Thermolizer and heat for 30 minutes to allow it to reach operating temperature. See Thermolizer manual for more operating instructions.

Load glaze reservoir with 40 pounds (one large bucket) of glaze and turn on the glaze

To swing the glaze trough back, turn off glaze pump, lift up on the mount slightly and rotate to the trough to the rear. (Optional

Equipment) See Figure 4-3.

Thoroughly clean and dry the floor if water or other materials are spilled. Materials spilled on the floor may cause serious injury and loss

Conveyor will automatically start when

Thermoglaze reaches operating temperature.

Do not operate glazer without glaze or water in the pump. Doing so may cause permanent damage to the pump.

After the donuts have been in the

Thermolizer for at least 20 minutes (60 minutes for filled product), turn on glazer

Donut screens are hot after coming out of the glazer and will burn you if you grab them without the handles.

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Daily TG Cleaning

Instructions

Disassembly

1. Allow the Thermoglaze to completely cool. (All material must under 130)

2. Pump the unused glaze back into a bucket.

3. Disconnect the TG from power!

4. Remove the glaze trough.

7. Remove the oven heat shield.

5. Remove the drive belt.