MOLDER PRESSURE BOARD - Continued
Molder belt should have been removed prior to cleaning the
divider. This protects the belt from contamination while the divider
is being cleaned.
(1) Raise pressure board at discharge end,disengauge drop slots from holding rods, and pull out board.
(2) Remove sheeting roll scrapers, dough guides, curling screen, and back plates.
DO NOT turn on molder during cleaning.
(1) Clean the sheeting rolls with any suitable type scraper. With shoulder belt removed, it is possible to turn the
drive pulley by hand to clean all areas of the sheeting rolls. This makes it unnecessary to have the molder
running during cleaning period and is a very important safety feature.
(2) Rinse the clean sheeting rolls with a sanitizing solution, dry thoroughly with compressed air, lubricate with
divider oil, and reassemble.
(3) Clean, sanitize, dry, and replace sheeting roll scraper.
(4) Clean, sanitize, and dry dough guides, curling screen and back plate.
(5) With dough scraper and stiff brush (GI Brush, not wire), clean pressure board. Care should be exercised to
prevent gouging into the wood of the pressure board.
(6) Clean molder and divider belts by brushing with a GI Brush.
(7) Wash the outside of molder and divider with hot, soapy water and rinse.
(1) Reassemble divider and molder belts, dough guides, pressure board, curling screen and back plates.
(2) Position pressure board into place with discharge end raised, engage drop slots onto holding rods and lower
the pressure board.