Hobart 6460-1 60 lb. Potato Peeler - 115V
- Peel 50-60 lb. of root vegetables in 3 minutes
- Removable liner and water inlets for easy cleaning
- Stainless steel construction
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Your Hobart model 6430 and 6460 potato peelers are constructed and designed to give long, satisfactory service, providing they are properly used and maintained. This training video will cover the operation, cleaning, and maintenance of the model 6430 and 6460 potato peelers.
The 6430 potato peeler is designed to peel 30 to 33 pounds of product in one to three minutes using a 3/4 horsepower single- or three-phase motor. The 6460 potato peeler is designed to peel 50 to 60 pounds of product in one to three minutes using a 1 horsepower single- or three-phase motor. For this program, we will be using the 6430 for demonstration purposes.
Close and latch the discharge chute door. Note: The discharge chute door must always be left open when the unit is not in use. Using the lugs on the hopper top as locators, position the hopper top in place on the peeler housing and turn it clockwise into place. Pour the product into the hopper. There should be room in the hopper for the product to move around while peeling, so do not overload the peeler. The capacities to remember are 30 to 33 pounds, maximum, for the 6430, and 50 to 60 pounds, maximum, for the 6460. Turn on the water supply. On units with a disposer, turn on the disposer. This will open the fill valve. Turn on the peeler. Peeling times will vary depending on the type and condition of the product. When the desired degree of peeling has been reached, turn off the water, or disposer where applicable. Place a container under the discharge chute to catch the product, and open the discharge chute door. After the product has been completely discharged, turn off the peeler, and it’s ready for a repeat operation. If the peeler is equipped with a peel trap, it will be necessary to empty the peel trap drawer occasionally.
WARNING: Disconnect the electrical power supply and place a tag at the disconnect switch indicating the circuit is being worked on before beginning any maintenance procedure. The peeler should be cleaned after the peeling operation has been completed. As soon as the peeling operation has been completed, and before the hopper has had time to dry, turn on the water, or disposer if applicable, and flush the interior of the hopper. Then turn off the water, or disposer. Rotate the hopper top counterclockwise, and lift it to remove. Clean the hopper top in a sink. Lift out the abrasive disk, which isn’t fastened to the shaft, and scrub it with a brush and mild soap. Turn on the water again, and thoroughly clean the interior of the hopper, using a mild soap, and a brush, and rinse thoroughly. NOTE: If the abrasive disk should stick and isn’t easily removed, it may be loosened by removing the hex head screw on top of the hub, and threading a longer screw, such as a 5/16 inch, 18 by 1 1/2 inch, in until the disc loosens. If the peeler is equipped with a peel trap, remove the peel trap drawer and thoroughly clean the drawer, as well as the peel trap interior. The discharge chute must be left open when the unit is not in operation, in order to prolong the life of the door seal.
WARNING: Disconnect the electrical power supply and place a tag at the disconnect switch indicating the circuit is being worked on before beginning any maintenance procedure. This machine is equipped with a manual reset overload protection switch. If during operation, the motor should overheat and trip this switch, turn the peeler switch off and allow the motor to cool for several minutes. To reset the switch, remove the bottom screw from the cover plate, rotate the cover plate, and push the red button. If the overload protection switch persists in tripping, contact your local Hobart service office.
This concludes operator training for the Hobart model 6430 and model 6460 potato peelers. To obtain service and parts information concerning the model 6430 and model 6460, contact your local Hobart service office.
Learn all about the operation, cleaning, and maintenance of the Hobart model 6430 and 6460 potato peelers, in this informative video.
|Hobart 6460-1 Specs|
|Depth||27 5/8 Inches|
|Height||36 5/16 Inches|
|Made in America||Yes|
Hobart 6460-1 Details
Save your kitchen staff hours of prep time and peel 50-60 lb. of root vegetables in just three minutes with this Hobart 6460-1 potato peeler! Constructed of seam-welded stainless steel and heavy-duty plastic components, this model peels large loads of root vegetables with no bruising to help you save time and increase your kitchen output! Each potato peeler is easy to use and clean with simple switches, a removable silicon carbide-abrasive disk and Lexan liner, heavy-duty polyester plastic hopper cover, and water inlets for thorough washing.
This potato peeler features a 1 hp electric motor and comes with a four-minute timer that can be adjusted for any increment between 30 seconds to five minutes. A simple manual switch starts the unit. Water connection is a standard 1/2" female pipe thread. The Hobart 6460-1 potato peeler requires a 115V electrical connection. It must be assembled by the customer once it is delivered; it does not ship assembled.
Depth (including top-mounted discharge chute): 27 5/8"
Height: 36 5/16"
This item has been tested and meets safety standards imposed by the Underwriters Laboratories (UL).
Made in America
This item was made in the United States of America.
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