29. OPERATING PROCEDURE - Continued
(2) Water-measuring tank.
Operate the water-transfer system to fill the water-tempering tank (2) with ingredient water of desired
temperature for dough mix. Check water-tempering tank dial thermometer (16) for correct temperature.
Set left pointer (5) of measuring gage (6) even with water level in glass tube.
Set right pointer (7) of measuring gage to indicate the desired poundage of water required for dough mix.
Tilt mixer bowl (8) forward by means of dump handwheel (9).
Open outlet gage valve (10) and allow water to run into mixer bowl until level on gage reaches lower, or right,
Close outlet gate valve (10) and return bowl to upright position.
Unlatch and raise bowl cover (11).
Tilt mixer bowl (8) forward by turning dump handwheel (9) clockwise.
Place ingredients in bowl in proper quantities and in correct order.
Return bowl to upright position and close and latch cover(11).
Start mixer by pressing start pushbutton (12). Allow mixer to operate for specified time, checking temperature
of dough mix by means of thermometer (13) mounted on front of mixer bowl.
Stop mixer by pressing stop pushbutton (14).
Close hinged end section of monorail directly over mixer and move a dough trough into position. Remove
dough trough cover.
Raise bowl cover and tilt mixer bowl forward until lip of bowl extends over dough trough.
One and only one operator must operate jog pushbutton after he has pressed
start pushbutton. Both operator hands are required to operate the pushbuttons
as a safety precaution. Serious injury may result if pushbuttons are not
operated by same person.
Hold start pushbutton (12) down with left hand and press jog pushbutton (15) with right hand. The action of the
agitator usually empties the dough into the trough. If necessary, stop agitator and then jog. Use a dough
scraper to remove dough sticking to bowl and agitator after mixer is stopped.
Clean bowl immediately and apply a coat of divider oil.
Return mixer to upright position and be sure cover (11) is closed and latched.