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R.A JONES & Co.

- Davenport
807 West Kimberly Road
Davenport, Iowa 52806 U.S.A.
Phone (563) 391-1100

Manual Part No.: 071-16395-600

SUPPLEMENT

Heated Piping
for ChubMaker 4100

NOTICE TO USERS
R.A JONES & Co. reserves the right to modify the contents of this manual at any time.
R.A JONES & Co. shall not be held liable for errors contained herein, for omissions, or
for incidental or consequential damages in connection with furnishing, performance, or
use of this material. This document contains proprietary information which is protected
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performance, or apparatus of R.A JONES & Co. Such information is being submitted
in confidence with the understanding that it will not be disclosed to a third party, in whole
or in part, without the written consent of R.A JONES & Co.

Printed in U.S.A.
Copyright 2014 - All Rights Reserved - R.A JONES & Co.

Table of Contents
List of Illustrations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii
Foreword . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii
Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Description of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Cleanup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
Pipe Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
Ordering Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
Technical Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
Parts Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1

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List of Illustrations
2-1: ChubMaker Heated Piping Accessory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
List of Illustrations

6-1: Typical Weld Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1


6-2: Pressure Testing the Pipe Components. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2

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Foreword
Foreword

Although packaging industries are fairly well established,

changes do occur. Over the years, R.A JONES & Co. has made
improvements in its publications to keep pace with those changes.
This manual has been prepared to provide correct operating
and maintenance procedures. Read and understand this manual
before attempting operation, cleanup, or maintenance. Instructions
in this manual are intended to guide your safe, efficient operation of
the machine. Please pay particular attention to safety instructions.
We have tried to make this manual as complete and
comprehensive as possible. It is now your responsibility to read and
to adhere to the procedures, CAUTIONS!, WARNINGS!, and
instructions.
If there is something in this manual you do not understand,
cannot find, or is in error, contact the Technical Publications
Department of R.A JONES & Co. at (563) 3911100.
Trademarks and registered trademarks indicated within this
document are owned by their respective companies.

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Safety
Throughout this manual, safety related information is displayed with
a signal word. The signal word designates the level of hazard. The
following examples explain the level of hazard connected with each
signal word.

Section 1-Safety

DANGER
DANGER statements refer to immediate hazards or unsafe
practices which WILL result in severe personal injury or
death; including extensive machine or property damage.

WARNING

WARNING statements refer to hazards or unsafe practices


which COULD result in severe personal injury or death;
including major machine or property damage.

CAUTION
CAUTION statements refer to hazards or unsafe practices
which COULD result in minor personal injury; or damage to
the machine or property.

NOTICE
NOTICE statements refer to special instructions to avoid
unnecessary steps, avoid damage to parts, or to make a
procedure easier. These statements are NOT USUALLY safety
related.

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Safety
Safety should be a constant concern of EVERYONE. This concern
must not be taken lightly when working in or around any type of
machinery. While normal safety precautions were taken in the
design and manufacture of this machine, there are some potential
safety hazards. EVERYONE connected with the operation and
maintenance of this machine should follow the instructions listed
below to avoid injury.

NOTICE
If any safety related signs or legends become damaged,
worn, or missing, contact the R.A JONES & Co. Parts
Department, with the part number. Upon verification that the
sign or legend being ordered is safety related, the sign or
legend will be replaced at no charge. Free replacement only
applies to signs or legends that have been determined to be
safety related, by R.A JONES & Co., and does not apply to
non-safety related signs or legends.

WARNING
ARC FLASH

High voltage (above 120 VAC) circuits are prone to arc flash
between active terminals and any short to ground, such as a
nearby hand-held tool.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) must be used by those
opening any high voltage enclosure to minimize the potential
for injury. Reference NFPA 70E.
Injuries resulting from arc flash include, but are not limited
to, loss of limbs, extremely severe and painful burns,
disfigurement, or death.
Turn OFF and LOCK OUT the main electrical
disconnect switch (located on the remote control
enclosure) before working on the Heated Piping
Accessory.
ALWAYS replace the Safety Guards after working on the
machine.

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Safety
NEVER operate any machine with the Safety Guards off.
Before starting the machine, make sure that EVERYONE is
clear of the machine.
NEVER wear loose fitting clothing or jewelry when working
around the machine or related machinery.
PERSONS WITH LONG HAIR should wear a hat or net to
prevent their hair from being caught in moving machinery.
When working with materials which are caustic, toxic or
flammable, use extreme caution. Wear protective clothing
and use adequate face protection. Follow the manufacturer's
instructions.
KEEP THE AREA AROUND THE MACHINE CLEAN AND
DRY.
NEVER CLIMB on the machine. Use a safe step ladder when
needed.
If ANY machinery is to be operated in an area where
combustible or explosive gases or materials may be present,
Check FIRST with your local authorities and your insurance
carrier to determine applicable codes, regulations and
appropriate safety measures.
NEVER make adjustments while the machine is in
operation.
Keep all wire covers and sealtite connectors tight to prevent
electrical shock.
Handle the sections of the pipe with care when dismantling
for cleanup. Pipes are very heavy when full of product.
Keep the area around the machine clean and dry.

DANGER
Water heating elements are very hot. Do not touch the
heating elements. A severe burn will result.

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Safety
!

WARNING

ELECTROCUTION SHOCK HAZARD


Servicing machine while standing on wet surface subjects
personnel to increased electrical shock hazards. Such
hazards may cause severe or fatal injury.

NOTICE
ANY CHANGES TO THE MACHINE MAY REDUCE THE SAFETY
LEVEL OF THE MACHINE. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY CHANGES,
ALTERATIONS, OR MODIFICATIONS TO THE MACHINE, CONTACT
THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT AT R.A JONES & Co. ,
REGARDING SUCH CHANGES.

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Description of Operation
Section 2-Description of Operation

The ChubMaker Heated Piping Accessory consists of a


water jacketed sanitary pipe (A), a water reservoir tank (B)
with a pump and heaters, and a control system (C) designed
to operate automatically.

B
E

CA00092

A
B
C
D

Jacketed Sanitary Pipe


Water Reservoir Tank
Control System
Check Valve

E
F

Return Pipe
ChubMaker

Metal Detection Areaa

Figure 2-1: ChubMaker Heated Piping Accessory


a. Metal detector is supplied by customer and not by R.A Jones & Co.

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Description of Operation
Product is pumped through the sanitary pipe. At the same
time, heated water is pumped through the jackets of this pipe.
The Heated Piping prevents fatty tissue build-up on the inner
wall of the pipe. The water cools as it circulates, causing the
thermostat to turn the heater elements on. Thus, water
temperature is maintained.
When the machine is shut off, air enters the system through a
check valve (D) at the top of the return pipe (E). This allows
the water to drain back into the reservoir tank (B); preventing
any product inside the pipe, from overheating. When the
machine is re-started, water again begins to circulate and the
check valve closes.
Proper water level is maintained in the reservoir tank (B) by a
float valve. Whenever the water level drops, the float valve
opens to bring the water up to the proper level again. Should
the valve malfunction, or during periods of shutdown when
the water level in the reservoir tank is low, the resistive level
sensor detects a low water level and prevents the heating
elements from turning on. This helps the heater elements
last longer. The display indicates HEATED PIPING WATER
LOW and an audible alarm sounds.

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Setup
Section 1-Setup

To prepare for operation, it is necessary to make only one


adjustment. That adjustment is the water temperature. The
operating temperature will depend on product characteristics
and packaging rate. To determine the proper operating
temperature, follow the procedure below:
1.

Push SYSTEM RESET if the PanelView is not


displaying a control screen.

2.

From the HOME or any other screen, touch HEATER


CONTROL to open the HEATER CONTROL screen.

NOTE: If the HEATER CONTROL screen is already


displayed, Step 2 will not be required.

WAITING ON
EXTERNAL RUN PERMISSIVE

SPEED
(PPM)

POSITION
(DEG)

EON #####

NNN

NNN

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HOME

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RUN
CONTROL

SENSOR
CONTROL

HEATER
CONTROL

ACTIVE
ALARMS

ALARM
HISTORY

SETUP

3-1

Setup
3.

Touch HEATED PIPING to toggle to the ON position.


This will turn the heated piping on.

4.

Touch #####oC (or the value displayed on this pad).


This will open a numeric display.

5.

Set the temperature by entering a value on the


numeric keypad, followed by pressing ENTER to
confirm. The new SET POINT temperature is now set.
NOTE: A good rule to follow when first determining the
water temperature, is to use the percent of lean in the
product you are about to run. For example, your
product is 90/10 ground beef (or 90% lean). Use 90F
[46C] as a starting point.

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SERVO NOT READY

PRODUCTION
COUNT

NNNNNNNNNN
HEAT SEALER

HEAT
SEALER
OFF

HEATER
CONTROL
SCREEN

RESET

ON

MEASURED = #####
#####CF

STATUS
SENSOR
BREAK

SET POINT =

HEATED PIPING

HEATED
PIPING
OFF

#####C
####F

ON

MEASURED = ###.# C

STATUS
AT TEMP

SET POINT =

HOME

3-2

RUN
SENSOR
CONTROL CONTROL

HEATER
CONTROL

##.#C
##.#F

ACTIVE
ALARMS

ALARM
HISTORY

SETUP

6.

Wait for the water temperature to stabilize at the set


point.

7.

Touch RUN CONTROL to return to the RUN


CONTROL 1 screen.

8.

At the RUN CONTROL 1 screen, touch ENGAGE


FILM to toggle to CLOSE.

9.

Touch FILM to toggle to ON.


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10.

Touch AUTO beneath HEAT SEAL FRAME.

11.

Touch PUMP to toggle to ON.

12.

Touch CLIP to toggle to ON.

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PRODUCTION
COUNT

NNNNNNNNNN

HEAT SEAL
FRAME

FILM

RAISE

RUN
CONTROL
SCREEN 1

RESET

OFF

PUMP
ON

OFF

CLIP
ON

OFF

ON

AUTO
LOWER
ENGAGE FILM
OPEN

HOME

CLOSE

PACKAGE
LENGTH
#####
##.##mm
in

RUN
SENSOR
HEATER
RUN *
CONTROL CONTROL CONTROL

13.

PACKAGE
WEIGHT
###.###
##### gm
lb

ACTIVE
ALARMS

MACHINE
SPEED
###.# ppm

ALARM
HISTORY

SETUP

Make and examine packages.


a.

If you observe fat smearing next to the film, the


temperature is too high.
The fat is smearing because the temperature of
the piping is too high and it is melting the fat as
it contacts the piping.

b.

If the package weight begins to decrease, with


each package slightly lighter than the last, the
temperature is too low.
The package weight is decreasing due to fat in
the product accumulating on the inside walls of
the piping. (The piping is not warm enough.) As
the fat builds up on the piping walls, the area of
the pipe is reduced. As a result, the pump is
unable to push enough product through the

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Setup
pipe at the rate required to produce the proper
weight.
If the condition is allowed to continue, fat in the
pipe will break loose in large pieces, causing
one or two packages to go up in weight,
followed by package weights decreasing again.
14.

3-4

Repeat Step 2 to Step 13 to correct too high or too low


of a temperature.

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Operation
Section 1-Operation

The Heated Piping Accessory is an integral part of the


machine. With heated piping turned ON, the water pump
will circulate water automatically when the clipping head is
started.
Check the water level in the reservoir tank to be sure that
water has not been lost during cleanup or through leakage.
The water should be at least 8 inches deep in the reservoir
tank.

NOTICE
Water must be in the reservoir tank before the main power is
turned on. Otherwise, the heater elements will not operate.
1.

Push SYSTEM RESET if the PanelView is not


displaying a control screen.

2.

From the HOME or any other screen, touch HEATER


CONTROL to open the HEATER CONTROL screen.

NOTE: If the HEATER CONTROL screen is already


displayed, Step 2 will not be required.

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Operation
3.

Touch HEATED PIPING to toggle to the ON position.


This will turn the heated piping on.

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PRODUCTION
COUNT

NNNNNNNNNN
HEAT SEALER

HEAT
SEALER
OFF

HEATER
CONTROL
SCREEN

RESET

ON

MEASURED = #####
#####CF

STATUS
SENSOR
BREAK

SET POINT =

HEATED PIPING

HEATED
PIPING
OFF

#####C
####F

ON

MEASURED = ###.# C

STATUS
AT TEMP

SET POINT =

HOME

4-2

RUN
SENSOR
CONTROL CONTROL

HEATER
CONTROL

##.#C
##.#F

ACTIVE
ALARMS

ALARM
HISTORY

SETUP

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Cleanup
Section 1-Cleanup

After a production run is completed, install the cleaner plug


adapter (A), (Part Number 007-50819-010 for 3 Heated
Piping System and Part Number 007-50819-02 for 4 Heated
Piping System) at the lower elbow (B).

B
CA00032A

Make certain that the valve (C) on the cleaner plug adapter
(A) is in the OFF or CLOSED position. Connect an air line
to the adapter and slowly open the valve until the desired flow
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Cleanup
rate is obtained. This procedure may be done while the pipe
is connected to the ChubMaker (D). The product will have
to be retrieved below the mandrel of the ChubMaker.
After the product has been removed from the pipe,
disconnect the water hose coupling (E) at the reservoir tank
(F). This will prevent siphoning. All remaining hoses may then
be disconnected.

CAUTION
ALWAYS start at the top of machine when removing pipe.
This will help avoid damaging the machine canopy.
ALWAYS start at the bottom of machine when installing pipe.
This will help avoid damaging the machine canopy.
Care must be used when dismantling the pipe sections to
avoid any damage to them. Once the sections of pipe have
been removed from the ChubMaker, clean them using a
standard sanitary cleaning procedure.

WARNING

Pipe sections may be heavy, depending on the amount of


product left in them. They may also be hard to balance,
depending on where any product may be locating inside the
pipe.
Use care when handling the pipe sections. Always use at
least two people when removing or assembling the pipe
sections.

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Pipe Inspection
The following inspection must be performed by a qualified person. If
your components have been updated per Safety Bulletin S/N 1088,
the following is not as critical from a health stand point.

Section 1-Pipe Inspection

1.

First, perform a visual check. Thoroughly inspect the


interior, exterior, and end areas of all pipe components
for any abnormalities, especially around welds. See
A (end weld) and B (flange weld). (See Figure 6-1..)
If any abnormalities are noticed, take corrective action
by either replacing the suspect part, or welding and
polishing the area if it is within easy reach. This
inspection needs to be done on a regular ongoing
basis.

Figure 6-1: Typical Weld Locations


2.

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Second, a pressure test needs to be performed. With


the piping fully assembled, pressurize the jacket with
water to between 30 and 60 psig [210 and 420 kPa] at
room temperature. Make sure a gage is attached for
observation. Once pressure has been applied, turn the
water supply off to the piping jacket. Observe the
gage over a period of fifteen minutes. If a pressure
drop is noted, you will need to isolate the component
or components to determine where the problem lies.
See Figure 6-2. and step-by-step instructions on the
following page.

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Pipe Inspection
3.

Third, another visual check should be performed if a


failure of the pressure test occurs. With the suspect
component isolated from the pressure test, thoroughly
observe the interior and exterior for any suspect areas.
If any are found, either replace the part, or weld and
polish the area if it is within easy reach. Perform the
pressure test again, followed by another visual check,
if necessary.

CA00032B

Figure 6-2: Pressure Testing the Pipe Components

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1.

Disconnect the supply hose at A and the return hose


at B.

2.

Connect the community water supply to the connector


at A.

3.

Turn the water supply on.

4.

Allow water to fill the pipe jackets.


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Pipe Inspection
5.

When water begins to flow from the connection at B,


allow the water to continue to run to bleed air from the
pipe jackets. Install a pressure gage (0 to 100 psi) [0 to
700 kPa] at B to plug the system.
NOTE: Threaded connections for hoses may leak and
may need to be tightened.

6.

Keep the water supply on until the gage peaks and


remains at a constant reading.
NOTE: The pressure should indicate between 30 psi
and 60 psi [210 and 420 kPa] on the gage.

7.

Turn the water supply off.

8.

Observe the gage for 15 minutes to see if a pressure


drop occurs.

You need to establish a time table for periodic inspection of jacketed


piping components to ensure the integrity of the system. It is
advisable that the water used in the heated piping system be
sanitary. Refer to USDA Publication N504, List of Proprietary
Substances and Non-Food Compounds, page II-VI G-4, which
recommends five parts per million of chlorine to establish and
maintain sanitary water; and also, Title 9, Code of Federal
Regulations, Section 308.3, Sanitation, which specifies the water
used in equipment be potable.

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Pipe Inspection
USDA Publication N504
LIST OF PROPRIETARY SUBSTANCES AND NON-FOOD COMPOUNDS
F.

PESTICIDES

F1. Nonresidual pesticides.


These compounds must be used in accordance with the conditions for nonresidual
insecticides set forth in Section 8.48 of the Meat and Poultry Inspection Manual.
F2. Residual pesticides.
These compounds must be used in accordance with the conditions for residual
insecticides set forth in Section 8.48 of the Meat and Poultry Inspection Manual.
They must be used in a manner that prevents their entry into edible product areas
through open windows, ventilating systems, etc.
F3. Rodenicides for controlled use only.
Compounds listed in this category are to be used in accordance with the conditions
for rodenticides set forth in Section 8.49 of the Meat and Poultry Inspection
Manual.
F4. Fumigants for controlled use only.
Compounds listed in this category are to be used in accordance with the conditions
for fumigants set forth in section 8.48 of the Meat and Poultry Inspection Manual.
F5. Fumigants for controlled use only.
Before using these compounds, all edible products and packaging materials must be
removed from the room to be fumigated. After fumigation, the treated equipment and
space must be thoroughly aerated to remove all vapors before inspectors or employees
reenter the area. Food contact surfaces must be rinsed with potable water before
edible products are returned to the room. Use of such compounds is not covered in
the Meat and Poultry Inspection Manual.
G.

WATER TREATMENT COMPOUNDS

Compounds used in such treatment should not remain in the water in concentrations
greater than required by good practice. Compounds containing substances which may
subsequently result in the adulteration or contamination of meat or poultry products
may not be introduced into the system.
G1. General potable water treatment compounds.
G2. Phosphate potable water treatment compounds.
The concentration of phosphates may not exceed 10 parts per million calculated as
phosphate ion.
G3. Silicate potable water treatment compounds.
The concentration of silicates may not exceed 10 parts per million calculated as
silicon dioxide.

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Pipe Inspection
USDA Publication N504
LIST OF PROPRIETARY SUBSTANCES AND NON-FOOD COMPOUNDS
G4. Chlorine potable water treatment compounds.
Chlorine may be present in processing water of meat and poultry plants at
concentrations up to 5 parts per million calculated as available chlorine. Also,
chlorine may be present in poultry chiller intake water, and in carcass wash water
at concentrations up to 50 parts per million calculated as available chlorine.
Chlorine must be dispensed at a constant and uniform level and the method or system
must be such that a controlled rate is maintained.
G5. Cooling and retort water treatment compounds.
Chemical agents may be added to water used to cook and cool containers of meat and
poultry products to prevent staining of containers and to control corrosion and
deposit formation on surfaces of processing equipment. The amount used should be
the minimum sufficient for the purpose.
G6. Compounds for treating boilers, steam lines, where the steam produced may
contact edible products and/or cooling systems where the treated water may not
contact edible products.
In compounds containing volatile amines, the amine in the steam may not exceed the
indicated concentration.
Cyclohexylamine
Octadecylamine
Diethylaminoethanol

10 ppm
3 ppm
15 ppm

Morpholine
Hydrazine

10 ppm
0 ppm

G7. Compounds for treating boilers, steam lines, and/or cooling systems where
neither the treated water nor the steam produced may contact edible products. This
does not include compounds added to water used to cook and cool containers of meat
and poultry products.
H. LUBRICANTS
H1. Lubricants with incidental contact.
These compounds may be used as a lubricant with incidental food contact for use in
official establishments operating under the Federal meat and poultry products
inspection program. Such compounds may be used on food processing equipment as a
protective anti-rust film, as a release agent on gaskets or seals of tank closures,
and as a lubricant for machine parts and equipment in locations in which there is
potential exposure of the lubricated part to food. The amount used should be the
minimum required to accomplish the desired technical effect on the equipment. If
used as an anti-rust film, the compounds must be removed from the equipment surface
by washing or wiping, as required to leave the surface effectively free of any
substance which could be transferred to food being processed.
H2. Lubricants with no contact.
These compounds may be sued as a lubricant, release agent, or anti-rust film on
equipment and machine parts or in closed systems (e.g., hydraulic systems) in
locations in which there is no possibility of the lubricant or lubricated part
contacting edible products.

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Pipe Inspection
PART 308-SANITATION
AUTHORITY: 21 U.S.C. 601-695; 7 CFR 2.17,2.55.
308.1 Examination and specifications for equipment and sanitation prior to granting inspection.
Prior to the inauguration of inspection, an examination of the establishment and premises shall be
made by a Program employee and the requirements for sanitation and the necessary facilities for
inspection shall be specified by him in accordance with the regulations in this part and Part 307
of this subchapter.
308.2 RESERVED.
308.3 Establishments; sanitary condition; requirements.
(a) Official establishments shall be maintained in sanitary condition, and to this end the
requirements of this section shall be complied with.
(b) There shall be abundant light, of good quality and well distributed, and sufficient
ventilation for all rooms and compartments to insure sanitary condition.
(c) There shall be an efficient drainage and plumbing system for the establishment and
premises, and all drains and gutters shall be properly installed with traps and vents approved by
the circuit supervisor.
(d)(1) The water supply shall be ample, clean, and potable, with adequate facilities for its
distribution in the plant and its protection against contamination and pollution. Every
establishment shall make known and, whenever required by the circuit supervisor, shall afford
opportunity for inspection of the source of its water supply, the storage facilities, and the
distribution system. Equipment using potable water shall be so installed as to prevent backsiphonage into the potable water system. Nonpotable water is permitted only in those parts of
official establishments where no edible product is handled or prepared, and then only for limited
purposes such as on ammonia condensers not connected with the potable water supply, in vapor
lines serving inedible product rendering tanks, in connection with equipment used for hashing
and washing inedible products preparatory to tanking, and in sewer lines for moving heavy solids
in the sewage. Nonpotable water is not permitted for washing floors, areas, or equipment
involved in trucking materials to and from edible product departments nor is it permitted in hog
scalding vats, dehairing machines, or vapor lines serving edible product rendering equipment, or
for cleanup of shackling pens, bleeding areas, or runways within the slaughtering department. In
all cases, nonpotable waterlines shall be clearly identified and shall not be cross-connected with
the potable water supply unless this is necessary for fire protection and such connection is of a
type with an adequate break to assure against accidental contamination, and is approved by local
authorities and by the circuit supervisor.
(2) The circuit supervisor may permit the reuse of water in vapor lines leading from
deodorizers used in the preparation of lard and similar edible product and in equipment where
such water is sued to thermally process canned product packed in hermetically sealed containers,
provided:
(i) The reuse is for the identical original purpose.
(ii) All pipelines, reservoirs, tanks, cooling towers, and like equipment employed in
handling the reused water are so constructed and installed so they can be cleaned and drained,
and are kept clean.
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Ordering Parts
Ordering parts requires the following information:
Ordering Parts

1.

Purchase order number.

2.

Complete shipping instructions, including shipping


address which indicates actual location of your facility;
not a post office box.

3.

Part number(s), description(s), and quantity of each


part ordered.

Our Parts Department is staffed from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Central
Time Zone - United States), Monday through Friday. Reduced staff
periods are between 12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. (Central Time) and
between 4:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. (Central Time). Please keep this in
mind if calling during these time periods.
Orders may be telephoned, submitted by FAX, or mailed to the
following:
North American Location

R.A JONES & Co.

807 West Kimberly Road


Davenport, IA 52806 USA
Phone: (563) 391-1100
1-800-257-5622 (USA)
FAX: (563) 391-4951
parts.dept@rajones.com

European Location

R.A JONES & Co.

Unit 22, Victoria Spr. Bus. Pk


Wormald Street
Heckmondwike, West Yorkshire
England, WF15 6RA
Aerosol Spares Only
Phone: +44-1895-202391
Dawson Spares & All Field Service
Phone: +44-1924-414600
FAX: +44-1924-414601

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Notes . . . .

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Technical Service
Technical Service

Technical Service Representatives are available to provide

maintenance and repair service, and training, in your plant on


machines built by R.A JONES & Co. These representatives are
qualified to provide service to and operational maintenance
instruction for, the above machines. They are not qualified to give
service or advice relating to machinery or equipment sold or
manufactured by others, or to advise regarding manufacturing
processes or product formulations.
For additional information, or to schedule repair service,
periodic inspection, or in-plant training, contact the Technical
Service Department:
North American Location

R.A JONES & Co.

807 West Kimberly Road


Davenport, IA 52806 USA
Phone: (563) 391-1100
1-800-257-5622 (USA)
FAX: (563) 391-4951

European Location

R.A JONES & Co.

Unit 22, Victoria Spr. Bus. Pk


Wormald Street
Heckmondwike, West Yorkshire
England, WF15 6RA
Aerosol Spares Only
Phone: +44-1895-202391
Dawson Spares & All Field Service
Phone: +44-1924-414600
FAX: +44-1924-414601

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Parts Index
Parts Index

650-16395-630 Leg Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-3


650-16395-690 Heated Piping Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-5
650-16395-690 Heated Piping Assembly Tank (Front View) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-9
650-16395-690 Heated Piping Assembly Tank (Side View) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-13
007-75426-460 Voltage Specific Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-17

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ITEM

PART NUMBER

QTY

DESCRIPTION

007-74718-030

Cover

007-73676-000

Adjustable Bracket

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650-16395-630 LEG COMPONENTS

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ITEM

PART NUMBER

QTY

DESCRIPTION

007-73679-000

Elbow

044-760-18830

11

Elbow

044-700-15190

12

Coupler Plug

044-700-15150

12

Coupler Socket

007-71739-030

Hose Assembly

007-71739-062

Hose Assembly

044-700-15150

Coupler Socket

044-700-15190

Coupler Plug

044-760-80740

Full Coupling

007-71719-210

Jacketed Pipe

8a

044-700-15190

Coupler Plug

8b

044-760-52830

Nipple

8c

044-760-66720

Reducer Bushing

8d

044-760-75890

Tee

8e

94-B6510-53-04

Connector

10

007-71717-000

Elbow

11

044-580-41100

Clamp

044-580-41120

Gasket

14

007-71965-010

Jacketed Pipe

15

007-71739-082

Hose Assembly

16

007-71720-020

45 degree Elbow

17

007-71739-062

Hose Assembly

53

044-580-16150

4 Tri-Clamp

044-580-41121

4 Gasket: Buna-N

901

044-990-04440

3 Wrench (Not Shown)

902

007-50819-010
Consisting of:
044-700-39780
044-870-68000
007-50827-000

Cleaner (Not Shown)

1
1
1

Snaptite
Shut Off
3 Cap

ITEM

DESCRIPTION

ITEM

DESCRIPTION

ChubMaker 4100

Tank, see page 9-9

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8e
8c
8a

8d

8b
SEE VIEW A
2
5

10

11

VIEW A

14

2
6

4" S-LINE
4

53
15

METAL
DETECTOR
AREA

4" S-LINE
2
4" BEVEL
SEAT NUT

53

2
16

17

3
2

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ITEM

PART NUMBER

QTY

DESCRIPTION

18

044-050-13200

A/R

3/4 Sealtite Conduit

96-390-1966-00

A/R

Black 12 AWG Stranded Wire

96-390-1970-00

A/R

12 Gage MTW Green/Yellow Wire

96-390-2800-00

A/R

14 Gage MTW White Wire

96-390-2900-00

A/R

14 Gage MTW Red Wire

96-390-4221-00

A/R

Type T Thermocouple Wire

96-390-5120-00

A/R

18-16 MTW Blue Wire

044-050-49480

Condulet (Explosion Proof)

044-050-68000

Connector

47

044-870-01510

A/R

5/32 Natural Nylon Tubing

48

044-120-01200

Ty-Rap

49

94-B6590-53-00

Bulkhead Union

50

044-050-67190

Connector

51

044-050-13120

3/4 Conduit Bulkhead

52

044-050-68000

Connector

39

ITEM

DESCRIPTION

ITEM

DESCRIPTION

ChubMaker 4100

Tank, see page 9-9

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4" S-LINE
METAL
DETECTOR
AREA
47

48
4" S-LINE

50

4" BEVEL
SEAT NUT
B
49
18

52
51

52

18

39
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ITEM

PART NUMBER

QTY

DESCRIPTION

007-71739-030

Hose Assembly

17

007-71739-062

Hose Assembly

37

044-580-06000

Clamp

044-700-08050

A/R

Hose

044-700-39581

Nipple

NOTE: When assembling pipe fittings to tubing and hoses, use both Teflon tape and
pipe sealant to prevent water leaks.

17

37

ASSEMBLE HOSE
WITHOUT KINKS.

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ITEM

PART NUMBER

QTY

DESCRIPTION

21

007-71732-000

Tank Cover

22

007-74801-012

Logo

23

007-71736-000

HEATED PIPING Legend

24

044-990-10766

Latch Kit

25

007-71091-000

WARNING Legend

26

007-71731-010

Tank Weldment

007-71733-000

Tank Door

044-990-11300

A/R

Cabinet Door Gasket

27

22

21

24

23

25

26
27

26

With Top Cover and Front Door


0

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ITEM

PART NUMBER

QTY

DESCRIPTION

044-760-18830

11

Elbow

044-700-15190

12

Coupler Plug

044-700-15150

12

Coupler Socket

25

007-71091-000

WARNING Legend

28

044-320-43051

Terminal Block

044-320-43100

A/R

DIN Rail

044-320-43310

Thermo Block End Cover

044-320-70022

Terminal End Block

044-320-70028

10-Pole Terminal Jumper

044-320-70591

10

Terminal Block

044-320-70595

Terminal Cover

044-320-71000

Terminal Block

044-320-71020

10-Pole Center Jumper

95-254-1650-50

#10-32 Self Locking Nut

29

044-990-61431

Adjustable Leg

32

044-050-18970

Close Conduit

044-050-29000

Conduit Lock Nut

044-190-05400

Ring Terminal - Blue

044-760-97620

3/8 Seal Nut

044-890-11700

Probe

044-310-24010

Thermocouple

044-760-62430

Reducing Bushing

35

044-890-90000

Float Valve

36

044-050-30220

1 Lock Nut

044-050-30226

Sealing Ring

044-050-78120

Cord Grip

044-050-49480

Condulet (Explosion Proof)

044-050-68000

Connector

46

024-26197-000

GRD PE Legend

200

044-130-09100

Heater 460 volt - 4000 watt

33

34

39

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200

32

33

34

SECTION B-B
36
2
3
35

25

28

46

39
29

Without Top Cover and Front Door


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ITEM

PART NUMBER

QTY

DESCRIPTION

044-760-18830

11

Elbow

044-700-15190

12

Coupler Plug

044-700-15150

12

Coupler Socket

20

007-71737-000

TO BOTTOM ELBOW Legend

30

007-71734-000

Heaters Cover

95-254-1180-50

1/4-20 Lock Nut

35

044-890-90000

Float Valve

37

044-580-06000

Clamp

044-700-08050

30

Hose

044-700-39581

Nipple

38

044-760-70286

Reducer Bushing

40

044-761-34050

Pipe Plug

42

044-760-52830

Nipple

044-760-95890

Union

45

007-71729-000

WATER SUPPLY Legend

201

044-780-70023

Submersible Pump 460 volt - 60 hertz - 3


phase

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30

35

37
42

38

37

201

20

45

3
2

40

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ITEM

PART NUMBER

QTY

DESCRIPTION

19

007-71738-000

TO RETURN STANDPIPE Legend

44

007-71072-000

HOT SURFACE Legend

49

94-B6590-53-00

Bulkhead Union

49

44

19

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ITEM

PART NUMBER

QTY

DESCRIPTION

(200 - 240 Volt Machines)


21

044-310-18611

3 Phase, 240 Volt Controller

22

044-040-70038

3-Pole Contactor

044-040-80287

Overload Relay

64

044-890-11790

Isolated Resistance Sensor

71

044-040-10492

3-Pole, 25 Amp Circuit Breaker

(380 - 480 Volt Machines)


21

044-310-18475

Temperature Control

22

044-040-70038

3-Pole Contactor

044-040-80400

Overload Relay

044-320-43051

Terminal Block (Not Shown)

044-320-43310

End Cover (Not Shown)

64

044-890-11830

Liquid Level Control

71

044-040-01442

3-Pole, 15 Amp Circuit Breaker

58

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GRD
PE

21
22
71

64

BREAKOUT

WATER LEVEL

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