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   www.matthiesenequipment.com
   566 NORTH W.W. WHITE RD.
   SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 78219
          1-800-624-8635




EQUIPMENT OWNERS MANUAL
 MATTHIESEN VLS BAGGER
                                                     TABLE OF CONTENTS

1) Safety Instruction .....................................................................................3

2) Unpacking Information............................................................................4

3) Warranty Information ..............................................................................5

4) Setup Information ....................................................................................6

5) Blower Adjustments.................................................................................7

6) Volumetric Filler Drum Timing...............................................................7

7) Production Rate.......................................................................................7

8) Start Up ....................................................................................................8

9) Filler Drum Trouble Shooting .................................................................9

10) Bagger Screw Trouble Shooting..............................................................10

11) Blower Trouble Shooting.........................................................................10

12) Ice Bridging Trouble Shooting ................................................................11

13) Ice Bags Trouble Shooting.......................................................................11

14) Lubrication information ...........................................................................12-37

15) Cleaning and Sanitizing ...........................................................................38

16) Electrical Drawings..................................................................................39-40

17) Parts List ..................................................................................................41-43

18) Assembly Drawings .................................................................................44-52

19) Decal Reorder Sheet ................................................................................53-54

20) Inspection Report .....................................................................................55




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                                   GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTION

BE SURE THAT PERSONS USING OR OPERATING THIS EQUIPMENT READ AND
UNDERSTAND THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE.

All equipment developed by Matthiesen has been assembled and fully tested for proper alignment and safe
operation, under correct usage, prior to delivery.

Many accidents occur from incorrect use or misuse of equipment or tools in all types of work situations.
Matthiesen cannot be held responsible for injury or damage resulting from such misuse. Listed below are some
general precautions specifically related to ice processing and its environment that should be followed at all
times.

1. Only properly trained and qualified personnel should be allowed to operate or service this equipment.

2. Minors must never be allowed to operate or work in close proximity to this equipment.

3. Do not ever attempt to service or clean this equipment while it is operating. Always lock out all power
   sources.

4. Observe all posted WARNINGS on equipment and associated systems, to avoid personal or property
   damage. Never remove, deface, or cover up any posted “WARNING” or SAFETY markings.

5. Before re-starting any equipment, be certain all personnel and foreign objects are clear of equipment.

6. Do not, under any circumstance insert hands or feet in equipment while operating or equipment is
   operational. Lock out all power before servicing.

7. Be certain that proper grounding practices are maintained. Do not remove ground conductor prong from
electrical plug provided.

8. Avoid excessive accumulation of ice or water on floor where this and other equipment is in use.

9. Do not operate machine without guards in place! Removal of any safety guards or warning labels shall void
   any/all warranties or claims.

10. Do not climb or use machine as a ladder.

11. Equipment should have adequate work area around it to minimize accidents.
    Confined areas increase chances for accidents.

12. Matthiesen can not and will not be responsible for any loss or damage, including personal injury or property
    damage, caused by the acts or omission of parties other than Matthiesen, or in the event of changes or
    modifications made to the equipment without the knowledge and consent of Matthiesen. Any such changes
    or modifications shall cause any warranties by Matthiesen to be null and void.




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                                        UNPACKING EQUIPMENT

Upon receiving equipment, it is the responsibility of the customer to check for freight damage or missing parts
and report immediately to Matthiesen toll free at 1-800-624-8635. Wash machine free of dirt, grease, or other
debris due to shipping and handling. Machine should be sanitized before use, to avoid any contamination of
product prior to powering up any and all equipment. Motors are totally fan cooled/wash down available.
Electrical is NEMA 12X.




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                                                     1-800-624-8635




MATTHIESEN, warrants this equipment to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal
use and service as follows:

        90 DAYS WARRANTY ON ALL PARTS: 90 Days from date of purchase to the original purchaser,
MATTHIESEN will at it’s election, repair or replace at our factory in San Antonio, Texas, such part or parts
found by the manufacturer to be defective. Any part or parts of equipment sent to us for adjustment, repair or
replacement, will be shipped with all transportation charges prepaid, and will be returned to the customer with
all transportation charges collect.

       If owner elects to have any malfunctions repaired without the consent of MATTHIESEN during the
Warranty Period, MATTHIESEN will exchange only the part or parts found by our factory to be defective
with new or factory reconditioned parts. No allowance for labor, transportation or product loss will be allowed.

THIS WARRANTY shall not apply to said equipment, or any part thereof, which has been subject to accident,
negligence, abuse, misuse, damage by flood, fire, windstorm, or any acts of God.

THIS WARRANTY shall not be deemed to place any liability on MATTHIESEN for labor, time loss, and
product loss or replacement part purchased by owner without the consent of MATTHIESEN.
MATTHIESEN shall be obligated hereby to furnish only the replacement part or parts.

MATTHIESEN disclaims all other warranties, express or implied, including warranties of merchantability and
of fitness for a particular purpose. Under no circumstances shall MATTHIESEN be liable or responsible for
initial or consequential damages caused by any defects in materials, workmanship, or by failure to adhere to any
warranties.




                                              MATTHIESEN
                                         566 North W W White Road
                                          San Antonio, Texas 78219
                                       www.matthiesenequipment.com
Fax: 210-333-1563                    1-800-624-8635             Phone: 210-333-1510
02/22/06




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                                              BAG ADJUSTMENTS

STANDARD WICKET HOLDER

Bag platform holder has holes across the top for various wicket widths; vertical holes to adjust bag platform for
different lengths of bags.

A. Place wicket wire through proper hole and push spring-loaded platform holder back beyond downspout lip
   and release.

B. Place the bag platform at the proper level once bags are correct on wicket.




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                                BLOWER ADJUSTMENT & DUST FILTER

To start blower, unlock main power source. Turn the on/off switch on the bagger to the on position, then flip
toggle switch up. Blower housing has a damper door on inlet to regulate air flow.

With bags on wicket, blower must be able to open bag and maintain it open. If damper door is fully open you
have maximum air flow. Closed damper door will not open bags properly.

Dust filter should be used with blower to keep debris out of bag. Dust filter can be washed with mild soap and
water. Clean or replace as needed.

                                 VOLUMETRIC FILLER DRUM TIMING

When viewed from the top of the machine, the volumetric filler drum rotates in a counter-clockwise direction to
fill the bags with ice.

The timing is kept with the triangular cam, which is mounted on top of the filler drum shaft and rotates with it,
triggering the limit switch.

To make sure the filler drum is properly timed, open the discharge chute door. The inner plate should be
centered over the discharge.

To adjust, loosen 3/8” hex bolt holding triangular cam and move cam counter-clockwise to delay drum plate
position, clockwise to advance.

                                            PRODUCTION RATE

Volumetric drum must be free of ice prior to adjustments.

Loosen bolt(s) on the side of the filling drum and turn the outer drum shell counter-clockwise to increase
volumetric weight, clockwise to decrease. Set desired volume and tighten bolt(s).

Drum motor: To adjust turn the crank handle on the motor base clockwise to increase bags per minute. Turn
counter-clockwise to decrease.

Production rate of your bagger can range from 12 to 45 bags per minute.




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                                                  START-UP

Summary of procedures and adjustments for start-up.

Unlock all power sources.

Bag position set.

Turn main on/off switch to on position.

Flip blower toggle switch up and open damper door midway.

Supply ice to bagger, fill top hopper.

Depress foot pedal once to fill drum compartments.

Depress foot pedal again to fill bag.

If bags are to be filled with amounts greater than the model is designed for, multiple dumps can be made to
achieve desired amount. Check volumetric weight and adjust if necessary.

                                        OPTIONAL PROXIMITY SWITCH:

Field Installation:

When optional proximity switch is purchased and field installed; remove jumper wire at terminal maker 26 &
26a. Install proximity switch wire, according to manufacturer wiring diagrams.

Adjusting Proximity Switch Sensitivity:
Using a small screwdriver, turn sensitivity screw located at the back of the proximity switch clockwise to
increase sensitivity. Turn the sensitivity screw counterclockwise to decrease the sensitivity.




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TROUBLE SHOOTING FILLER DRUM

PROBLEM              POSSIBLE CAUSE            CORRECTIVE ACTIONS


Drum will not turn   Drum breaker              Reset breaker or replace

                     Fuse                      Fuse replacement

                     Foot pedal                Check or replace micro switch

                     Wiring or plugs           Correct faulty wire connections

                     Drum contactor            Repair or replace contactor

                     Overload tripped          Reset overload

                     Drum motor                Repair or replace motor

Drum keeps turning Limit switch frozen         Listen for audible click
after foot pedal is or worn                    (no click-replace)
released with auto
off.

                     Foot pedal micro switch   Unplug foot pedal and replace
                     Frozen or worn            micro switch

* 1983 or earlier    Limit switch arm          Straighten arm or tighten.
Limit switch is      loose or bent too         Replace if necessary.
located directly     far away from
under drum.          pins.

* 1984 or later      Limit switch frozen       Adjust limit switch. Tighten
Limit switch is      or worn. Timing cam       or replace cam.
                     not activating limit
                     switch roller lever

Drum motor           Motor starter             Replace

                     Drum drive chain          Repair or replace
                     V-belt                    Repair or replace




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                             TROUBLE SHOOTING BAGGER SCREW

PROBLEM             POSSIBLE CAUSE           CORRECTIVE ACTIONS


Screw not turning   Breaker on control box   Reset breaker

                    Fuse                     Replace fuse

                    Limit switch or arm &    Check limit switch; or arm &
                    paddle, sensor           possibly hanging. Sensor adj.

                    Wiring or plugs          Check wiring and connections

                    Screw motor              Repair or replace

                    Drive chain              Replace chain or broken/
                                             Worn sprocket

                    Screw contactor          Replace or repair contactor

                    Overload tripped         Reset overload

                                   TROUBLE SHOOTING BLOWER

PROBLEM             POSSIBLE CAUSE           CORRECTIVE ACTIONS


Motor not turning   Breaker/Fuse             Reset breaker/ Replace Fuse

                    Wiring                   Check wiring and connections

                    Motor                    Repair or Replace

                    Blower contactor         Repair or Replace contactor

                    Overload tripped         Reset overload




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                                TROUBLE SHOOTING ICE BRIDGING

PROBLEM             POSSIBLE CAUSE              CORRECTIVE ACTIONS


Bridging at lower   Ice level too high          Lower ice level
Hopper
                    Liner                       Install optional liner

                    High Ice core temperature   Stabilize ice temperature
                    (Wet Ice)                   Below 30 degrees F


Bridging at top     Ice level too high          Lower ice level
Hopper
                    Liner                       Install optional liner

                    Wiggler                     Install optional wiggler

                    Sure Fall                   Install optional Sure Fall

                    High Ice core temperature   Stabilize ice temperature
                    (Wet Ice)                   Below 30 degrees F


Bridging at         Liner                       Install optional liner
Volumetric filler
                    Slapper                     Install optional Slapper

                    Sure Fall                   Install optional Sure Fall

                    High Ice core temperature   Stabilize ice temperature
                                                Below 30 degrees F


                                  TROUBLE SHOOTING ICE BAGS

PROBLEM             POSSIBLE CAUSE              CORRECTIVE ACTIONS


Partial open bags   Damper door partially closed Adjust Damper door

                    Filter                      Clean or Replace filter

                    Bag type                    Purchase bags with a crimped
                                                Lip

                    Bag opener                  Adjust spring on bag opener to
                                                Devent air flow to bag lip




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                                               LUBRICATION

Reducers, bearings and chain are lubricated at the factory. Because of use in wet conditions they should be
checked or lubricated periodically.

Matthiesen recommends the use of food grade lubricants on all necessary parts.

Reducers: Drum – Food grade gear oil
          Screw – Food grade gear oil

Gear motors – Food grade gear oil

Refer to provided operating instruction manuals to determine oil level and position of vent.

Note: A small amount of grease at frequent intervals is preferable to a large amount at infrequent
intervals.

Flange bearings – Food grade bearing grease

Matthiesen stocks the following Lubriplate products:
STK#
PT560 – FMO 9OO AW Food grade gear oil
RS035 – FGL –1 Food grade grease
RS036 – FMO 350 Food grade spray

Flange bearing – There are two 1-1/2” flange bearings on the volumetric drum. One is located on top and one
below the machine. Using a grease gun pump, grease through fitting every 100 hours of operation.

Chains – Drum and screw chains use spray oil every 20 hours of operation.




                           PART #BRG016 1 ½” 4 HOLE FLANGED BEARING



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                           CLEANING AND SANITIZING INSTRUCTIONS

Equipment: The Matthiesen VLS BAGGER

 • Materials Required
         o Water hose with spray nozzle attached to potable water source.
         o Pressurized detergent spray unit with application hose and spray nozzle.
         o Portable, hand operated pressure sprayer (2-3 gallon size).
         o Auxiliary equipment: Brooms and brushes, sponges, wipes and plastic sheets to cover sensitive
           equipment.
         o Personnel/supplies – plastic or rubber gloves, boots, head cover, aprons/coveralls, eye safety
           glasses.
         o Moderately alkaline detergent (Mix per vendor instructions)
         o Sanitizer: Quaternary ammonium

 • Special Instructions
         o Avoid eye and skin contact with chemicals
         o Maintain adequate ventilation.

 • Recommended Frequency of Cleaning
         o Recommended weekly or more often, if necessary.

 • Procedure
         1.  Remove residual ice and drain.
         2.  Shut down and lock out unit (electrical).
         3.  When essential, hand- clean the motor and controls and cover with plastic sheets.
         4.  Rinse inside walls, breakers, and exterior with potable water.
         5.  Spray the detergent solution on all pre-rinsed surfaces with detailed brushing, as required, until
             free of debris.
          6. Rinse free of detergent with warm water (< 130°F) and inspect for cleanliness. Repeat cleaning
             and rinsing until thoroughly clean.
  Note: It may be necessary to turn on the crusher, applying detergent and rinsing alternatively to obtain
  thorough cleaning.
         7. Spray sanitizer (quaternary ammonium) at 200 ppm on screw and interior housing and allow to
            dry.
         8. Leave unit locked out until the next shift’s operation.




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                          VLS BAGGER PARTS LIST

                BAGR 384     1   GALV STL FRAME
        35
                BAGR 451     1   SS FRAME
                BAGR 207     1   GALV STL FRAME
       510
                BAGR 444     1   SS FRAME
1
                BAGR 209     1   GALV STL FRAME
       815
                BAGR 417     1   SS FRAME
                BAGR 385     1   GALV STL FRAME
       2025
                BAGR 453     1   SS FRAME
      ALL
2               BAGR 676     1   ¼” THK HIGH DENSITY BOTTOM PLATE
     MODELS
      ALL
3               BAGR 060     1   1/8” THK UHMW DRUM SPACER
     MODELS
        35      BAGR 715     1   12 GAUGE SS OUTER DRUM
       510      BAGR 394     1   12 GAUGE SS OUTER DRUM
4
       815      BAGR 717     1   12 GAUGE SS OUTER DRUM
      2025      BAGR 716     1   12 GAUGE SS OUTER DRUM
        35      BAGR 652     1   INNER DRUM W/O LINER
       510      BAGR 718     1   INNER DRUM W/O LINER
5
       815      BAGR 719     1   INNER DRUM W/O LINER
      2025      BAGR 720     1   INNER DRUM W/O LINER
        35      BAGR 533     1   1/8” THK UHMW INNER DRUM LINER
       510      BAGR 522     1   1/8” THK UHMW INNER DRUM LINER
6
       815      BAGR 535     1   1/8” THK UHMW INNER DRUM LINER
      2025      BAGR 535     1   1/8” THK UHMW INNER DRUM LINER
      ALL
7               BRG 016      3   1 ½” 4 HOLE FLANGE BEARING
     MODELS
     35, 510,
8               BAGR 097     1   SS TIMING STAR
       815
      2025      BAGR 098     1   SS TIMING STAR
      ALL
9               BAGR 478     1   SS TOP PLATE
     MODELS
      ALL
10               PT 388      1   LIMIT SWITCH
     MODELS
      ALL       BAGR 102     1   GALV STL LIMIT SWITCH BRKT
11
     MODELS     BAGR 570     1   SS LIMIT SWITCH BRKT
      ALL
12              BAGR 369     1   LIMIT SWITCH W/ARM & PADDLE
     MODELS
      ALL       BAGR 425     1   GALV STL HOPPER
13
     MODELS     BAGR 633     1   SS HOPPER
      ALL
14              SPR 025      1   DRUM SPROCKET
     MODELS
      ALL
15              BSH 043      1   DRUM SPROCKET BUSHING
     MODELS
      ALL
16              BAGR 009     1   DRUM DRIVE CHAIN
     MODELS
      ALL       BAGR 568     1   GALV STL IDLER ARM BRACKET
17   MODELS     BAGR 569     1   SS IDLER ARM BRACKET

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       ALL
18                SPR 021    1   IDLER ARM SPROCKET
      MODELS
       ALL
19                SPR 012    1   DRUM GEAR REDUCER SPROCKET
      MODELS
       ALL
20                MTR 031    1   DRUM REDUCER
      MODELS
       ALL
21                MTR 030    1   DRUM MOTOR
      MODELS
       ALL
22                MTR 094    1   DRUM MOTOR BASE
      MODELS
       ALL
23                PLY 047    2   DRUM GEAR REDUCER PULLEY
      MODELS
       ALL
24                 VB 056    1   DRUM DRIVE BELT
      MODELS
       ALL
25                PLY 061    1   HI LO PULLY
      MODELS
       ALL       BAGR 006    1   GALV STL BLOWER DAMPER
26
      MODELS     BAGR 127    1   SS BLOWER DAMPER
                 BAGR 128    1   SS ASSEMBLY 115-220/1/60 HP3400RPM
                 BAGR 130    1   SS ASSEMBLY 230/3/60
                 BAGR 100    1   SS WASHDOWN MOTOR (120/1/60) BLOWER ASSEMBLY
       ALL       BAGR 634    1   SS ASSEMBLY (220/1/50) BLOWER
27    MODELS     BAGR 622    1   GALV STL ½ HP 1 PH 50 HZ BLOWER ASSEMBLY
                 BAGR 459    1   GALV STL ½ HP 1 PH 60 HZ BLOWER COMPLETE ASSEMBLY
                 BAGR 685    1   GALV STL ½ HP 3 PH 60 HZ BLOWER ASSEMBLY
                 BAGR 692    1   GALV STL ¾ HP 3 PH 50 HZ BLOWER
       ALL
27A              MFBAGR029   1   BLOWER ALUM. FAN WHEEL ONLY
      MODELS
       ALL
27B               MTR046     1   GALV BLOWER HOUSING 1/3 HP
      MODELS
       ALL
27C               MTR006     1   SS BLOWER HOUSING 1/3 HP
      MODELS
       ALL
28               BAGR 607    1   BLOWER FILTER
      MODELS
                 BAGR 259    1   GALV STL AIR DUCT
        35
                 BAGR 483    1   SS AIR DUCT
                 BAGR 255    1   GALV STL AIR DUCT
29      510
                 BAGR 490    1   SS AIR DUCT
                 BAGR 256    1   GALV STL AIR DUCT
      815/2025
                 BAGR 495    1   SS AIR DUCT
       ALL       BAGR 458    1   GALV STL SNOW VISOR
30
      MODELS     BAGR 584    1   SS SNOW VISOR
       ALL
31               BAGR 686    1   SS BAG OPENER ASSEMBLY
      MODELS
       ALL
31A              BAGR 618    1   SS ROD
      MODELS
       ALL
31B                PT646     1   SS SPRING
      MODELS
32      35       BAGR 721    1   SS DOWN SPOUT
      510/815    BAGR 487    1   SS DOWN SPOUT
                                          42
      2025    BAGR 724   1   SS DOWN SPOUT
      ALL     BAGR 018   1   GALV STL LEFT SIDE SCALE BRKT
33
     MODELS   BAGR 564   1   SS LEFT SIDE SCALE BRKT
      ALL     BAGR 017   1   GALV STL RIGHT SIDE SCALE BRKT
34
     MODELS   BAGR 565   1   SS RIGHT SIDE SCALE BRKT
      ALL     BAGR 302   1   GALV STL BAG PLATFORM HOLDER
35
     MODELS   BAGR 586   1   SS BAG PLATFORM HOLDER
      ALL     BAGR 390   1   GALV STL BAG PLATFORM
36
     MODELS   BAGR 585   1   SS BAG PLATFORM
      ALL
37            BAGR 433   1   SPRING BAG PLATFORM HOLDER
     MODELS
      ALL     BAGR 440   1   GALV STL HANGER BRACKET
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     MODELS   BAGR 645   1   SS HANGER BRACKET
      ALL     BAGR 596   1   GALV STL RIGHT HANGER SUPPORT BRKT
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     MODELS   BAGR 598   1   SS STL RIGHT HANGER SUPPORT BRKT
      ALL     BAGR 595   1   GALV STL LEFT HANGER SUPPORT BRKT
40
     MODELS   BAGR 597   1   SS LEFT HANGER SUPPORT BRKT
      ALL     BAGR 434   1   GALV STL SCREW AUGER 66 ½”
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     MODELS   BAGR 657   1   SS SCREW AUGER 66 ½”
      ALL
42            CONV 701   1   1 ½” UHMW AUGER BEARING
     MODELS
              BAGR 436   1   GALV STL TROUGH 66 ½”
      ALL
43            BAGR 779   1   SS TROUGH 66 ½”
     MODELS
              BAGR 659   1   PRE 2004 SS TROUGH 66 ½”
      ALL     BAGR 237   1   GALV STL TROUGH END PLATE
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     MODELS   BAGR 474   1   SS TROUGH END PLATE
      ALL     BAGR 036   1   GALV STL FEED SCREW SUPPORT
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     MODELS   BAGR 559   1   SS STL FEED SCREW SUPPORT
      ALL     BAGR 439   1   GALV STL SCREW SHROUD COVER
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     MODELS   BAGR 505   1   SS SCREW SHROUD COVER
      ALL     BAGR 599   1   GALV STL HANGER ACCESS COVER
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     MODELS   BAGR 600   1   SS HANGER ACCESS COVER
      ALL     BAGR 301   1   GALV STL BOTTOM HOPPER
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     MODELS   BAGR 479   1   SS STL BOTTOM HOPPER
      ALL
49            BAGR 457   1   UHMW HOPPER LINER
     MODELS
      ALL
50            MTR 041    1   SCREW MOTOR
     MODELS
      ALL
51            MTR 040    1   SCREW MOTOR REDUCER
     MODELS
      ALL
52            SPR 001    1   1” SCREW MOTOR SPROCKET
     MODELS
      ALL
53            SPR 002    1   1 ½” AUGER DRIVE SPROCKET
     MODELS
      ALL
54            BAGR 393   1   #60 36” LG SCREW DRIVE CHAIN
     MODELS
      ALL     BAGR 624   1   GALV STL TOP SCREW CHAIN COVER
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     MODELS   BAGR 712   1   SS TOP SCREW CHAIN COVER
      ALL     BAGR 044   1   GALV STL MIDDLE SCREW CHAIN COVER
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     MODELS   BAGR 482   1   SS STL MIDDLE SCREW CHAIN COVER
57    ALL     BAGR 625   1   GALV STL END SCREW CHAIN
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     MODELS   BAGR 713   1   SS END SCREW CHAIN COVER
      ALL
58             PT 369    4   CASTER
     MODELS
      ALL
59             PT 794    1   CONTROL BOX
     MODELS
      ALL
60            BAGR 405   1   COMPLETE FOOT PEDAL
     MODELS




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                                                   DECAL REORDER SHEET
DECAL NUMBER                                                                                                        DECAL IDENTIFICATION




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                                                   DECAL REORDER SHEET
DECAL NUMBER                                                                                                       DECAL IDENTIFICATION




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                                                   INSPECTION REPORT
VISUAL:
CLEANLINESS:
         DRUM OR SCREW                                       PASS                      FAIL
         EXTERIOR                                            PASS                      FAIL
         METAL FINISH (UNIFORM)                              PASS                      FAIL
DECALS:                                                      PASS                      FAIL

MECHANICAL:
        ROTATION OF MOTORS                                   PASS                      FAIL
        LIMIT SWITCH                                         PASS                      FAIL
        TIMING OF DRUM                                       PASS                      FAIL
        MANUAL MODE AND AUTO                                 PASS                      FAIL

CHAIN:
     TENSION                                                 PASS                      FAIL
     ALIGNMENT                                               PASS                      FAIL

POWER CORD VOLT/AMP
SAME AS CONTROL BOX REQ.:                                    PASS                      FAIL

CONFIRM VOLTAGE W/W.O.:                                      PASS                      FAIL

FINAL INSPECTION:

                     DRY TEST RUN                            PASS                      FAIL

                     VISUAL                                  PASS                      FAIL

                     FASTENERS FOR TIGHTNESS                 PASS                      FAIL

COMMENTS:



INSPECTED BY                                              DATE:

SERIAL NUMBER
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