TAIJI Sake Warmers
MODEL: FSW C-2A
Has two C-1A units sharing one cubic sake container box. Stand is wider to accomodate two units. Best suited for large and high volume restaurants.
|UNIT FEATURES and CHART|
|High Points||-Minimal daily maintenance
-Distributes one cubic sake container to two units
-Has two adjustable platforms to hold different sized sake serving containers (ie: one for large conners and one for small containers)
|Sake Loading Method||Cubic Sake Container|
*Alternative sake holding containers option available, please contact us.
|Voltage||Single Phase 120V/60Hz|
|Watts||450W(two seperate outlets required)|
|Dry Weight||24lbs Stand = 8lbs|
|Dimensions||W14.75" x D14" x H23" (W374.65 x D355.6 x H584.2mm)|
|Sake Supply Capacity||5.0gal attachable Cubic Sake Container**|
|Adjustable Sake Bottle Holding Platforms||2|
*Price includes one year limited warranty. Tax applies only to purchasers within the states of CA and IL. *For more information, please contact us.
|INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAKE CONTAINERS ASSEMBLY|
Turn the adaptor to the "OPEN" position. Then attach the blue clip stopper to the silicone tubing.
Attach the barbed tip elbow connector to the silicone tubing on the sake warmer.
Note: You may cut the silicone tubing if it is too long.
Remove the blue clip stopper. The machine is ready to despense sake. Be sure to keep the blue clip stopper for future replacement of the cubic container.
– The Cubic Sake Container Adaptor is supplied by your sake distributor, NOT J.C.uni-tec, Inc.
– Wetting the tubing will make it easier to slip on and off
– Please read instruction manual before operating the sake warmer unit.
– Please do not lose the blue stopper clips. If you lose the blue stopper clip, replacement clips may be purchased from J.C. unit-tec, Inc.
Models C-1A & C-2A:
1.Close the spigot of the cubic container.
Wash sake server holder with hot water.
·A small amount of cleaning water may remain in the system. At the beginning of the next operating session, pour out a small amount of sake. Discard or use this sake for cooking.
Wipe with dry or tightly-wrung wet cloth. Never use any solvent such as thinner or benzene.
Care of the Nozzle (Fig. 11)
Clean the nozzle one or twice, or even more, each month.
Water Bath Tank
Replace the water in the water bath tank at least once a month.