Hobart 6614-1 126" Vertical Meat Saw - 3 hp, 200/230/60/3V
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- Easy to clean
- Open-frame stainless steel construction
- 3 hp motor for durability and reliability
- Adjustable legs
- Direct gear-drive transmission
- Small footprint
- 126" blade
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Electrical control of the 6614 meat saw consists of this switch knob. Pull to turn the saw on and push to turn the saw off.
Operation Safety devices incorporated in this saw must be in their correct operating positions anytime the saw is in use. Before turning the saw on, raise or lower the upper guide and guard assembly by grasping the hand knob and sliding it up or down so the cutting zone is only as high as necessary for the piece being cut. All doors, covers, and guards must be in their operating position closed while the machine is running. Always keep hands well back from the blade and maintain control of the product. Using the pusher plate makes it unnecessary to hold your hand near the cutting edge of the saw blade. The pusher plate is used to hold meat against the gauge plate when slicing short ends. A slot in the pusher plate and a stop on the right flanged end of the carriage is provided for proper positioning of the pusher plate. Hold the pusher plate handle with your right hand and always maintain a safe distance from the blade. When not in use, keep the pusher plate under the carriage support.
Now, we will demonstrate an operation using both the traveling and stationary carriage. When using the traveling carriage, stand in front of the machine. Lean lightly against the front of the carriage as you move the carriage to the left, passing the product through the blade at a steady and uniform rate. Use your left hand to remove and stack cuts, always reaching behind the blade. Never reach in front of the blade. Return the carriage to the right, pulling the product toward you and away from the blade.
When using the stationary carriage, lock the carriage in position by pulling the spring-loaded carriage lock out, rotating it 90 degrees, and sliding the carriage until the lock engages. To unlock the carriage, pull the carriage lock out, and rotate it 90 degrees so it rests on its bracket. When sawing with the stationary table, observe the same safety procedure of reaching behind the blade when removing or stacking product. Never reach in front of the blade.
Cleaning and Sanitizing
Warning: Disconnect electrical power and place a tag at the disconnect switch indicating the circuit is being worked on before cleaning this machine. The saw must be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized before first use, after each day's operation, anytime it is not to be used for an extended period of time, and before being put into operation after an extended down time. Each saw can be cleaned with high pressure cleaning equipment available from other suppliers, or it can be disassembled and its components cleaned in a sink. In either case, a pH cleaning agent mixed per the supplier's instructions should be used. After washing, thoroughly sanitize, rinse, and dry the saw and all components.
Disassemble the following components to allow access to all areas for cleaning: the upper pulley assembly, lower cover scrap pan, the table's right and left hand, the scrap tray, carriage, column guard, pulley wiper, blade scrapers, lower blade guide assembly, saw blade (refer to maintenance section of this video), upper guide and guard assembly, and the upper and lower pulleys. Use a cloth or brush to clean the base unit. For reassembly, a light coating of tasteless mineral oil should be applied to all metal surfaces. Lubricate 6 ball bearings on the carriage with a small amount of mineral oil. Apply a few drops of mineral oil to the gauge plate slide rod and work the gauge plate assembly back and forth a few times. Reassemble the saw components in reverse order of disassembly, making sure all parts are properly assembled. If using high pressure cleaning equipment, scrape the machine and its components to remove any scrap particles before cleaning. Thoroughly hose the saw and its components following the equipment supplier's instructions. Be sure to get the hose stream into all corners. Stubborn soil may require a little brushing.
Warning: Disconnect electrical power supply and place a tag at the disconnect switch indicating the circuit is being worked on. The motor has permanently lubricated ball bearings and requires no lubrication. The slide bar for the upper guide and guard assembly also require no lubrication. Occasionally, you should apply a small amount of mineral oil to the six ball bearing rollers underneath the carriage. On a more frequent basis, the gauge plate slide rod and the pulley shafts need a few drops of tasteless mineral oil. When changing or removing saw blades, remove the upper and lower pulley covers. Raise the gauge plate to its vertical position. Remove the right table by tilting its right side and sliding the table to the right to free it from the locating pins. Remove the column guard. Turn the tension adjuster counter-clockwise until it stops. This will release tension on the blade by raising the lower pulleys. Raise the plastic blade guide on the lower blade guide assembly, and release the blade from the upper and lower blade guides. Free the blade from the blade scrapers in the lower pulley area and release it from the pulleys. Remove the blade. Make sure the pulleys are properly installed and the pulley latches are seated in the groove of the pulleys. Install the new blade with the teeth pointing to the right and down as you face the front of the saw. The blade must fit between the V's on the blade scrapers in the slots of the upper and lower blade guides and must not touch any of the pulley flanges. Note: the lower blade guide must be installed after the blade is installed. When the blade is in position, adjust the blade tension by turning the tension adjuster clockwise until it stops. Reinstall any other removed parts.
This concludes operator training for the Hobart 6614 meat saw. To obtain service and parts information concerning the 6614 meat saw, contact your local Hobart service office.
Watch this informative video to learn how to clean, operate, and maintain your Hobart 6614 meat saw.
|Hobart 6614-1 Specs|
|Height||68 13/16 Inches|
|Cutting Clearance Width||15 1/4 Inches|
|Cutting Clearance Height||12 1/2 Inches|
|Voltage||200 - 230 Volts|
|Blade Size||126 Inches|
|Installation Type||Floor Model|
Hobart 6614-1 Details
For precise cuts, simple operation and outstanding durability, look no further than this Hobart 6614-1 126" vertical meat saw! The 5/8" x 126" blade with 3 teeth per inch is powered by a direct gear drive transmission that provides a 3500 FPM blade speed to easily cut through bone, without having to worry about dust thanks to a large lower scrap pan. This heavy duty meat saw features a rugged gauge plate that ensures you have precise regulation of cut thickness, while a center crown pulley design combines with retaining double flanges to provide you with consistent performance over the long haul without the loss of blade integrity.
A 14 1/2" x 19 3/4" movable carriage tray offers labor-saving convenience thanks to a stepped front edge and tri-rail support that makes movement fast, simple, and stable. It features an 18 1/4" x 34 1/2" stationary cutting table that provides a large stacking space and simple breakdown for cleaning, which is also a snap! Simply remove the parts (no tools needed!) and wash, while giving the open frame design a high-pressure hose-down. This unit has a 200/230/60/3V electrical rating.
Left to Right: 34"
Front to Back: 34"
Height: 68 13/16"
Width: 15 1/4"
Height: 12 1/2"
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