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Cooler is Better!
BLAST CHILLERS/SHOCK FREEZERS
American Panel Corporation
5800 S.E. 78th Street, Ocala, Florida 34472-3412
Phone: (352) 245-7055 Fax: (352) 245-0726
AP120BC1000-3/ AP120BCF1300-3 Manual INDEX INTRODUCTION 3 CONTROLLER FEATURES 3 OPERATING MODES 3 AUTOMATIC MODE 3 MANUAL MODE 4 OPERATING CYCLES 4 PRINTER (OPTIONAL) 4 PC CONNECTION (OPTIONAL) 4 INSTALLATION OF REMOTE UNITS 5 REQUIREMENTS TO BE MET DURING INSTALLATION (8 STEPS) 5 INSTALLATION AT THE SAME LEVEL 5 INSTALLATION AT DIFFERENT LEVELS 6 CONNECTION PIPING FOR REMOTE CONDENSING UNITS 6 INSTALLATION 7 WARNINGS 7 PREPARATION 7 INSTALLATION 7 LOCATION 7 DIMENSIONS 7 E
AP120BC1000-3/ AP120BCF1300-3 Manual PROGRAMMING 15 1. INITIAL PROGRAMMING 15 2. PROGRAMMING THE CYCLES 19 AUTOMATIC SOFT CYCLE PARAMETERS PROGRAMMING 19 AUTOMATIC HARD CYCLE PARAMETERS PROGRAMMING 20 AUTOMATIC SHOCK CYCLE PARAMETERS PROGRAMMING 21 UV LIGHT CYCLE PARAMETERS PROGRAMMING 22 DEFROST CYCLE PARAMETERS PROGRAMMING 22 HEATED PROBE CYCLE PARAMETERS PROGRAMMING 23 MANUAL SOFT CYCLE PARAMETERS PROGRAMMING 23 MANUAL HARD CYCLE PARAMETERS PROGRAMMING 24 MANUAL SHOCK CYCLE PARAM
AP120BC1000-3/ AP120BCF1300-3 Manual INTRODUCTION Blast Chiller Model AP120BC1000-3 is used to rapidly chill cooked foods to temperatures suitable o for refrigerated storage. It is capable of lowering the core temperature of most foods from 160 F to o 40 F in 90 minutes. Chiller/Freezer AP120BCF1300-3 has the same chilling capabilities as the Blast Chiller and, when the shock freezing option is selected, is capable of lowering the core o o temperature of most foods from 160 F to 0 F in
AP120BC1000-3/ AP120BCF1300-3 Manual MANUAL MODE Operating time is set manually, by the operator, for the meal that has been chosen. Air temperature is controlled by the air probe. If the food probes have been inserted into the food they will provide temperature readouts only. The unit will automatically switch into the holding mode at the end of the cycle. OPERATING CYCLES The operator can choose from the following 6 operating cycles: MODE FOOD TEMP. USES NOTES: AT END o o
AP120BC1000-3/ AP120BCF1300-3 Manual INSTALLATION OF REMOTE UNITS REQUIREMENTS TO BE MET DURING INSTALLATION (8 STEPS) COMPRESSOR FIG. 1 FIG. 2 1. Inclination of the piping. 2. Fastening of brackets on insulated piping. FIG. 3 FIG. 4 3. Airtight welding. 4. Create the vacuum and load the line. 5. Check for leaks. 6. Open the shut-off valves (A & B, FIG.4) on both sides of remote unit and of cabinet. 7. Check the exact load of refrigerant in th
AP120BC1000-3/ AP120BCF1300-3 Manual INSTALLATION AT DIFFERENT LEVELS If the remote condensing unit is installed at a higher level than the cabinet (FIG. 6) insert a siphon in the return line at every 6 ft. of difference in height. If the remote condensing unit is installed at a lower level than the cabinet (FIG. 7) it is not necessary to insert any siphons. FIG. 6 FIG. 7 Insert a siphon at t
AP120BC1000-3/ AP120BCF1300-3 Manual INSTALLATION WARNINGS READ ALL OF THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL BEFORE YOU ATTEMPT TO INSTALL THE EQUIPMENT. ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE UNIT FROM THE POWER SOURCE BEFORE PERFORMING ANY SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE. INSTALLATION AND SERVICE MUST BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE AGENCY APPROVED & AUTHORIZED BY AMERICAN PANEL CORPORATION. DOING OTHERWISE MAY VOID THE WARRANTY. Note: Any changes made to the equipment without authorization from th
AP120BC1000-3/ AP120BCF1300-3 Manual ELECTRICAL AND REFRIGERATION SPECIFICATIONS CABINET REMOTE CONDENSER MODEL VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BTU/H AT 14°F EVAP. TEMP. TYPE AMPS CORD & 105°F COND. TEMP. 208/3/60 24 10-4 110,000 MEDIUM TEMP. -10°F/+40°F AP120BC1000-3 208/3/60 24 10-4 180,000 MEDIUM/LOW TEMP. -40°F/+40°F AP120BCF1300-3 NOTES: 1. The condensing unit and the cabinet must be connected to separate electrical power supplies. 2. The main electrical connections for the cabinet
AP120BC1000-3/ AP120BCF1300-3 Manual SPACES AROUND THE CABINET • At least 15" clear space is required above the unit for service. • At least 6" clear space is required on both sides of the cabinet. • At least 6" clear space is required on the rear of the cabinet for drain hookup and maintenance. • Enough space should be provided in front of the cabinet to fully open the door. The same space should be provided on the back of t
AP120BC1000-3/ AP120BCF1300-3 Manual STARTING & TESTING THE UNIT 1. To charge the unit, use the "HARD" cycle and the "MANUAL" mode. Set for two hours of operation to allow enough time to fully charge the unit. IMPORTANT: Immediately after starting the unit, check that the evaporator fans inside the cabinet are rotating CLOCKWISE. Check if the fans in the condensing unit are rotating in accordance with the arrows on the blades. Improper rotation will damage the unit and void the w
AP120BC1000-3/ AP120BCF1300-3 Manual USING THE HURRICHILL™ TECHNOLOGY BLAST CHILLING All cooked food rapidly loses its quality and aroma if it is not served promptly. Natural bacteria growth, the main reason why food becomes stale, takes place at an exponential rate between 140°F and 40°F. However lower temperatures have a hibernating effect that increases as the temperature drops, thereby gradually reducing bacterial activity until it stops altogether. Only fast reduction of the t
AP120BC1000-3/ AP120BCF1300-3 Manual PANNING AND LOADING PANNING 1. Standard pan depth is 2-1/2”. Other depths can be used but are not recommended as their use would require an increase in the cycle time. 2. Stainless steel or aluminum pans are recommended, as plastic containers will increase the chilling time. 3. Crockery or stainless steel cylinders, 6” dia. and 10” max. height, are acceptable. 4. Slack filled Cryovac bags can be used if placed on wire shelves. 5. Most fo
AP120BC1000-3/ AP120BCF1300-3 Manual CONTROL PANEL FOR MODELS AP120BC1000-3 / AP120BCF1300-3 BLAST CHILLERS / SHOCK FREEZERS 13
AP120BC1000-3/ AP120BCF1300-3 Manual KEYBOARD KEYS ON/OFF & START/STOP CYCLE KEYS ON/OFF SOFT CYCLE START/STOP HARD CYCLE SHOCK CYCLE PROGRAMMING KEYS AUTOMATIC CYCLE UP MANUAL CYCLE DOWN UV LIGHT CYCLE SELECT DEFROST CYCLE ENTER PRINT HEAT PROBE CYCLE KEY COMBINATIONS Initial Programming state – to initially set the device o With the display reading "OFF", press and hold (“START/STOP”) for 5 seconds Cycles programming state –
AP120BC1000-3/ AP120BCF1300-3 Manual PROGRAMMING 1. INITIAL PROGRAMMING NOTE: Initial programming is preset at the factory. Use this section only if changes are desired. If no changes are to be made, skip to Page 17 ( 2. Programming the cycles ). OFF a. With the display reading "OFF", press ("START/STOP") for a few seconds (5 sec.). INITIAL PROGRAMMING b. To change the language, press or then SELECT LANGUAGE ENGLISH ENGLISH Blinks press . c. Enter
AP120BC1000-3/ AP120BCF1300-3 Manual INITIAL PROGRAMMING g. To set the day, press or then press SET DAY 03(day) 03 Blinks . INITIAL PROGRAMMING h. To set the hour, press or (be sure to continue to press the buttons until the hour and "AM" SET TIME 10(hours) 10:25 AM Blinks or "PM" show correctly) then press . INITIAL PROGRAMMING i. To set the minutes, press or then press SET TIME 25(minutes) 10:25 AM Blinks . INITIAL PROGRAMMING j. To change the numbe
AP120BC1000-3/ AP120BCF1300-3 Manual The low food alarm temperature should be left at o INITIAL PROGRAMMING 35 F. However, to make a change: SOFT & HARD LOW FOOD ALARM 35 Blinks o. To change the temperature, press or 35 °F then press . INITIAL PROGRAMMING p. To change to YES or NO, press or then SHOCK FREEZE? YES Blinks YES * press . * YES for shock freezers (AP120BCF1300-3) NO for blast chillers (AP120BC1000-3), and go to step r. INITIAL PROGRAMMING SHO
AP120BC1000-3/ AP120BCF1300-3 Manual For YES, the display will show: INITIAL PROGRAMMING The printer baud rate should be left at 1200. However, to make a change: PRINTER BAUDRATE 1200 Blinks 1200 x. To change the baud rate, press or then press . INITIAL PROGRAMMING y. To change the timing, press or then PRINT & SAVE EVENTS 15 Blinks EVERY 15 MIN press . INITIAL PROGRAMMING z. To change to YES or NO, press or then PRINT DURING CYCLE NO Blinks
AP120BC1000-3/ AP120BCF1300-3 Manual 2. PROGRAMMING THE CYCLES OFF a. With the display reading "OFF", press . b. Enter the password (see page 14), then press PARAM. PROGRAMMING ENTER PASSWORD . *** AUTOMATIC SOFT CYCLE PARAMETERS PROGRAMMING The LED for "A" will be "ON". PARAM. PROGRAMMING AUTOMATIC MODE The LED'S for cycles will be blinking. CHOOSE PROGRAMMING CYCLE c. Press . The LED for "SOFT" will be steady "ON". PARAM. PROGRAMMING AUTOMATIC SOFT CYC
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