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NF R AT

The information contained in this manual allows an optimal and safe use of the appliance.

1 0.1

P

RP SE ND C

EN S F HE M N

This manual contains all relevant information for installation, use and maintenance of the
amand rs.

ectric

The instructions in this manual provide users with the necessary information for efficient use of
the appliance, even when they do not have a specific knowledge in the field.
Please follow the instructions contained herein carefully, especially as for safety regulations and
ordinary maintenance are concerned.

1 0.2

S

GE F HE M N

The manual must always accompany the appliance it refers to.
Keep it in a dry, cool, safe and easily accessible place so as to be able to consult it whenever
necessary.
Any updates sent to customers must be attached to this manual.
In case you lose the manual, please ask the manufacturer or the local distributor for further
copies, specifying the SERIAL NUMBER on the CE identification plate.

1 0.3

GENE

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I NS USED IN HIS M N

Danger us f r the user’s hea th/safety

Danger us f r the ap iance.

Imp rtant suggesti ns t

1 1.0

IDEN

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btain maximum p rf rmance fr m the ap iance.

I ND

The CE identification plate is placed on the back of the appliance:

Figura 1: Figure 1: CE identification plate


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1 2.0

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The product is guaranteed for 12 months from the date of purchase and the seller’s warranty
applies to all EEC Member States.
In order to receive warranty assistance, customers must provide the Seller with the original sales
document (receipt, invoice or delivery note), attesting to the date of purchase and the appliance
serial number appearing on the CE compliance certificate and on the identification plate
Please keep the original packing of the appliance for a minimum of 8 days from the date of
purchase.
Should any component be found to be defective during the warranty period due to the material or
the manufacturing process, the Seller will replace it free of charge at its own discretion.
If the product is off-warranty, the Seller will repair it at the customer’s cost.
The warranty does not cover damage occurring from:
• improper or wrong use of the appliance
• faulty and/or incomplete installation
• use of non original components
• transport
• extraordinary circumstances and/or environmental conditions
• malfunctioning of the electrical system
• tamper attempts, modifications or repairs that do not comply with the Seller's instructions and
are performed by unauthorized personnel

2 1.0

R

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I NS

The design of the appliance and of its individual components complies with EMC 2004/108/CE, LVD
2006/95/CE, RAEE 2002/96/CE, and RoHs 2002/95/CE Directives and with CE 1935/2004
Regulation, as well as with other applicable European and national laws.

2 1.1

GENE

FE Y REG

I NS

Please make sure that you have read and understood the information contained in this manual
and are familiar with the functioning of the appliance prior to beginning any activity.

D n t rem ve and/ r tamper ith any safety device

D n t put y ur hands, scre drivers, eys r simi ar

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I i f rbidde t tamper
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The manufacturer shall bear no civil or criminal liability in case such operations are carried out .

The us
c mp nents, c nsumab e
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rec mme de by the manufact rer and/ b thi ma ua may cause harm t the users and/
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Users mu t be specifica y trained n the a iance fu cti ning
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system must functi n
c ntinua y, be in perf ct c ndit ns and c mp y ith the regu at n

2 2.0

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FE USE F HE AP

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D n t eave the app iance unatt nded during its functi ning

Th upper an inferi
c ntact m y resu t in burns

side ar subjec t

D n t m ve the app iance hen t

verheatin durin use, thu accidenta

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e e (inc udin chi dren)
cann t use the ap iance safe due
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Ma e sure that chi dr n d
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FE Y DE ICES ND

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The appliances are equipped with safety and alarm devices, such as:

The green pilot light (A) indicates that
the relative heating area is turned on.

The green pilot light (A) indicates that
the timer and the power selector are
turned on.

The red LED indicates that the
"Machine is connected", while the
digits on the display indicate that the
appliance is turned on and the time or
cooking programme settings.

2 2.2

PER

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E EQUIPME

When using or performing maintenance operations on the Salamanders use the following
protective devices:


Clothing:

Users must wear apparel complying with the essential safety requirements in force.
Wear non-slip shoes on slippery flooring and keep your hair under a cap.


Gloves:

Use protective gloves when working in high-temperature areas.


2 2.3

S

FE Y SYM

Staff must pay attention to the following safety symbols:


This symbol on a component warns the user that there are electrical terminals behind it. Only
specialized staff is allowed to disassemble it.

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GER US PR C ICES



Never obstruct the vent holes in the appliance.



Do not use the appliance at maximum power for a prolonged period of time, unless necessary,
in order to save energy and to avoid overloading the appliance .




Do not clean the appliance with combustible liquids.
While cooking with fat or oil, pay the utmost attention as these substances can catch fire when
overheated. Therefore, do not leave foods containing fats and oils unattended.

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fir d n thr
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ava ab e in the r ace (fire e tinguishers)


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p iance. Us the specia safet device

High temperatures used for cooking may cause coverings to overheat, regardless of the
appliance. This is not due to faulty manufacturing, but rather to the fact that stainless steel is a
thermal conductor; therefore pay the utmost attention to the risk of burns.


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3 1.0

C N T NS F USE

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Th app ianc descr be i
ith ut using utensi s (p ts)

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PER USE

IMPROPER use is the use of the appliance to process materials not contemplated here or to
obtain higher or different production values. Theref re:

the manufacturer dec ine any resp nsib it f
c nsiders arranty v id

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jects an

In particular, it is FORBIDDEN to treat dangerous substances, such as:





substances that are harmful to touch/inhale;
flammable substances;
explosive substances;
bacteriological or viral substances.

D n us the ap iance i ex siv
r parti
presence va urs/ ases, suspende dust bacteria charge
the safety f b th the sers and the pr duct.

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R HER INS RUC I NS F R USE

Do not use the appliance if the top glass is cracked;
if cracks appear on the surface, unplug from the mains and call Customer care.
Do not place synthetic objects or fabrics, kitchenware or plastic containers, foil sheets or
materials that may melt or burst into flames when in contact with a hot surface.
Do not hit the glass-ceramic panel with slices, punches, forks, spoons or any other hard tools,
as this may result in permanent damage to the glass.
Do not use the grid and the tray as a work surface for the preparation of vegetables, for
pounding meat or for activities that are not strictly related to cooking without utensils.


3 2.0

C NS U

N FE TU ES

1. The supporting frame and the external coating are in stainless steel with “SCOTCH-BRITE”
finish.

2. The appliance rests on 4 adjustable feet.

3. The cooking plate comprises a grid inserted into a
pull-out tray.

4. The upper glass-ceramic panel can be removed for
easy cleaning and hygiene. The upper part is made
up of radiation heater elements, which ensure
quick thermal transmission to the grid.

5. (optional).

6. The control panel is in front of the user. The
ergonomic knobs allow for easy grip and show
which area of the cooking plate has been
activated.

7. The Halogen versions are equipped with a
timer.

8. The electrical cables are resistant to high
temperatures.

9. The
version features a user-friendly
electronic control panel with backlit LCD
display. Steel touch buttons regulate
functions while a touch wheel controls
settings.


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3 3.0

TECHNIC

URES

Modello - Model
Modell - Modèle

SIC

Codice – Code
Kode - Code

SEA0400

SEA0600

SEA0700

KW

2.4

3.6

4.8

V

AC 230V-N

AC 400V 3PH-N
AC 230V-N

AC 400V 3PH-N

A

10.5

15.7

20.9

Hz

50 - 60

50 - 60

50 - 60

Cavo-Cable-Kabel
H07RN-F – mm2

No. 3 x 1.5 mm2

No. 5 x 2.5 mm2

No. 5 x 2.5 mm2

Structural Dim. (mm)

420x580x520

570x580x520

700x580x520

Packaging Dim. (mm)

650x630x570

650x630x570

720x630x570


Modello - Model
Modell - Modèle

HALOGEN

Codice – Code
Kode - Code

SEHM200

SEHM400

SEHM600

SEHM700

KW

1.3

2.6

3.9

5.2

V

AC 230V-N

AC 230V-N

AC 400V 3PH-N

AC 400V 3PH-N

A

5.7

11.4

17.1

22.8

Hz

50 - 60

50 - 60

50 - 60

50 - 60

Cavo-Cable-Kabel
H07RN-F – mm2

No. 3 x 1.5 mm2

No. 3 x 1.5 mm2

No. 5 x 2.5 mm2

No. 5 x 2.5 mm2

Structural Dim. (mm)

310x410x450

420x580x520

570x580x520

700x580x520

Packaging Dim. (mm)

335x560x510

650x630x570

650x630x570

720x630x570


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Modello - Model
Modell - Modèle

TOUCH

Codice – Code
Kode - Code

SEHP400

SEHP600

SEHP700

KW

2.6

3.9

5.2

V

AC 230V-N

AC 400V 3PH-N

AC 400V 3PH-N

A

10.5

16.9

22.5

Hz

50 - 60

50 - 60

50 - 60

Cavo-Cable-Kabel
H07RN-F – mm2

No. 3 x 1.5 mm2

No. 5 x 2.5 mm2

No. 5 x 2.5 mm2

Structural Dim. (mm)

420x580x520

570x580x520

700x580x520

Packaging Dim. (mm)

650x630x570

650x630x570

720x630x570


4 1.0

P

CK GING

The cardboard packaging guarantees the appliance’s safety and prevents damage.
For the size of the cardboard packaging, see the Technical Features chart.

4 2.0

T

NSP

F HE AP

I NCE

When not being used, the appliance must be transported and stored inside its packaging so as to
prevent damage resulting from accidental knocks.

4 2.1

APP

I NCE ND D M GE CHECK-UP

Upon arrival of the appliance, check that components specified in the delivery note are all present
and undamaged.
Contact the transport company or the Seller for complaints regarding missing items, tamper
attempts or transport damage.
Do not remove the protective packaging before installation unless there is clear evidence of
damage.
Packaging that is opened for inspection must be handled with care in order to avoid damage to the
contents. The components must be put back in the packaging and stored in a safe place until
installation.

4 3.0

S

GE

If the appliance is not to be used for a prolonged period of time, follow the instructions below:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Clean the appliance, dry it and apply a suitable protective film (such as spray vaseline oil or
similar products);
Cover to protect from dust;
Power off the appliance;
Remove salt residues to prevent corrosion;
Store the appliance in a cool and dry place.

I cas th st rage temperatur i be

minimum 10°C (50° pr r t turning the ap iance n

(41° ) bring temperatur

I case th app ian ha n bee use f
ng peri
time,
ma functi ning, disc nnect it and c ntact an auth rised repair c ntre f r repairs

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in case f


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4 4.0

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Remove the packaging according to the following instructions:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Cut the straps (if present);
Remove the staples (if present);
Remove the protective packaging;
Remove the protective plastic film and tape residues with a stainless steel cleaner.
Use non-flammable solvents, such as acetone, to remove glue residues.

D n t use abrasive pr ducts.

D n t eave aste pac aging unattended, s it may be danger us f r ch dre

r pac aging dis

4 5.0

S

ND RD C M

sa ru es, ref r t the a a ing Di p s
NEN

The packaging contains the following items:

D

TYPE
BASIC

Tray with grid
Wall-mounting bracket
Users’ manual

HALOGEN

Tray with grid
Wall-mounting bracket
Users’ manual

TOUCH

Tray with grid
Wall-mounting bracket
Users’ manual

sect n


5 1.0

GENE

U ES

itch ff the p er up y bef re insta ing the app ia ce.
y expert trained staff may insta the ap iance.

Nota Importante

Important Note

Th manu acture de ines an r sp nsib ity
dama e t pers n
resu t f i pr per insta ati n and c nsiders the arranty id
D n t use the g ass ceramic pa e as a rk surface uring inst
ti n

5 1.1

PRESCRI

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pr pert a

I N C NDI I NS

In case of installation in premises open to the public, the appliances must be properly
installed and maintained, in compliance with the national and local regulations, paying particular
attention to ensuring compliance with the following:





5 1.2

fire safety regulations;
regulations concerning environmental conditions and the generation of steam and hot water for
sanitary use;
installation regulations for cooking appliances for professional catering;
regulations for specific public premises (hospitals, shops, etc).
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IR NME

NDI

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The appliance must be used in premises with max. 75% non-saline humidity at a temperature
between +5°C (41°F) and +35°C (95°F), in order to prevent malfunctioning.

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Adequate lighting is required for safe use of the appliance.

F
Install the appliance in a well ventilated place (preferably under a suction hood) in compliance
with the regulations in force.


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5 1.3

APP

I NCE P SI I N NG

Place the appliance in the site where it will be used.
Leave at least 50mm between the appliance and the wall for access and ventilation.
In case you want to install the Salamander on the wall, use the special wall-mounting shelf nailed
to the wall by means of screws and metal dowels suitable for the type of wall and the weight of the
appliance.

The app iance is n t suita e f r bu t in insta ati n.

5 1.4

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I N SI E REQUIREMEN S

The installation area must be sufficiently large, well levelled, dry, smooth, robust, steady and at
least 80cm from the ground.
If the appliance is positioned near a wall, dividing walls, kitchen cabinets or flammable decorative
covering materials, cover them with suitable fire-retardant and heat insulating materials, and
follow the fire prevention regulations.
For the positioning of the appliance refer to the structural dimensions in the Technical Features charts.

5 1.5

P

SSI

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R

NCES/IN ERFERENCES

If the appliance is installed against flammable materials (wood or similar) or heat-sensitive
materials (plasterboard or similar), apply a protective covering that insulates them from radiation
heat.
The presence of other electrical appliances may result in malfunctioning; check for power line
disturbance.


5 2.0

C

NNEC I N

WER SUP

The appliance is not equipped with a cable, therefore it is necessary to install a cable that is
suitable for the power draw and plug it to the junction box by means of a proper plug. To connect
the cable, plug it in the socket.

TH EE

IN

( I case the p e sup
in rder av d ris s.

HA E C NNECTI

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HA E C NNECTI

cab e i damag d the user must hav i rep ace b specia e sta

Ma e sure that the e ectrica system c mp ies ith CEI 648 safety regu at n

FOR THE VOLTAGE AVAILABLE IN THE SITE
OF USE.

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5 2.1

CHECKS

Before connecting the appliance to the electrical power supply, perform the following checks:









5 2.2

The voltage of the power supply grid must be the same as the one indicated on the CE
identification plate;
The power supply system must be suitable for the maximum power of the appliance as
indicated on the appliance nameplate and in the "Technical features” chart in this manual.
Check that the section of the supply line is suitable for the starting and running load.
The appliance must be connected to an earthing system that complies with the characteristics
defined by the CEI 64-8 regulations;
At the moment of installation, an efficient circuit breaker with adequate interruption power must
be mounted upstream of the appliance. Magnetic circuit breakers can be used for the purpose.
The circuit breaker must be easily accessible and placed near the appliance.
Use an integrated magnetic circuit breaker with fuses;
The cable of the appliance must not be exposed to a source of direct heat.
EQUIP

EN I

NEC I

In case the appliance is installed on the wall or on a steel base, it must be connected to an
equipotential connection.
Use the lead clamp on the left side of the back panel.


6 0.1
1.
2.
3.

PRE

IMIN RY OP R

NS

Clean the appliance, especially the cooking plate, prior to cooking.
Remove all packaging materials and self-adhesive protective films.
Clean stainless steel components with a suitable unabrasive cleaner.

Dry the app iance ith a dry c th and d

6 1.0

USER’S C

N R

t c ean it ith ater

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The heating plate is made up of 1 or 2 radiant elements, depending on the model.

6 1.1

SIC” VERSI

Temperature is adjusted by means of a multi-position knob.

Switch the knob (K) to start heating any area; the green pilot light indicates that the relative
heating area is turned on

2/3 GN versions with only one heating area are equipped with only one knob.
The knob performs the following functions:

0

Salamander off

1

Power supply: 33% energy

2

Power supply: 66% energy

3

Power supply: 100% energy


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6 1.2

“H

L GEN” VERSI

The salamander is set by means of a timer (T) and a power control knob (K).

The timer can be set to a maximum of 15' for cooking or in the 0 position, which can be
substituted by the plate detection function.
The knob (K) can activate either the whole heating area, or just the central one, while the third
position holds the food at a low temperature.

6 1.3

“T

UCH” VERS

The salamander is controlled by an electric control system that sets the cooking time, the cooking
area and the hold mode temperature.

TI

E P. / %

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ST RT

ON

STOP

OFF

OLD

PR0G
FU

In particular:
ON/OFF button = switches the salamander on/off.
START/STOP button = starts and stops the operation session (cooking/hold).
HOLD button = activates the hold function.
button = to select the whole cooking area or just the central part.
PROG button = to set one cooking programme (from P1 to P9) or none.
TIME click wheel = to change the cooking time. Move the button clockwise for a longer cooking
time (15’ max), or anti-clockwise for a shorter one.
TEMP click wheel = change the energy percentage used the ho cycle.
LCD display = to visualize: a. cooking time; b. energy percentage used in hold mode; c. active
cooking area, d. active cooking programme.


6 1.4

“T

UCH” VERS N FU C

NING

SWITCH ON: A red LED light is turned on when the machine is connected to the power supply.
The display is turned off. Push the ON-OFF button to switch the appliance on. The LED light will
turn off while the LCD monitor will display the time settings of the last cooking session. It will
also display how many lights are on through 1 or 3 horizontal lines (for ex. SEHP400 or just the
right light or both; SEHP600 or just the central light or all three; SEHP700 or just the 2 central
lights or all four).
STARTING THE COOKING SESSION Pushing the START-STOP button starts the cooking session.
The lights are turned on (all/just the central one as explained above) for the set period of time or
the one set during the last cooking session. The timer countdown begins and the user can see the
time left. A short acoustic signal indicates that the countdown is over and the lights are switched
off. In case the hold mode had been previously activated, the appliance will stay on HOLD mode
for maximum 15’ (an energy value over 00% is necessary to activate the hold mode). The user can
interrupt both the cooking session and the hold mode at any time by pushing the START/STOP
button.
The TIME click wheel allows the user to set the cooking time by rotating it clockwise for a longer
cooking or hold time and anti-clockwise for shorter time (even though the cooking session has
already begun).
HOLD: The same procedure used to set the cooking time will allow the user to change the energy
percentage required by the hold session, by pressing the HOLD button and moving the left click
wheel TEMP. In order to use only the HOLD function the user should press the HOLD button,
changing the energy settings with the TEMP. click wheel and pushing START/STOP to start the
operation session. For maximum performance, lift the Heating plate completely before setting
the Hold mode. You will prevent energy waste and the risk of overcooking or drying food.
SETTING: The Touch version allows you to set 9 of the most frequently used cooking sessions.
The memorized cooking programmes will be indicated on the display by the initials P1, P2, P3 up
to P9. In case the user has already programmed the appliance, it can start from a pre-set cooking
session. Push the PROG. button to choose the programme number which will appear on the
display. Once you have chosen it, press START/STOP to start the cooking session or the hold
mode. In case you wish to set or change the cooking programmes, switch on the appliance and
follow the instructions below: a. press the PROG. Button; b. press or change the cooking time by
using the TIME clickwheel; c. choose the heating area by means of the button used to choose the
heating lights; d. press the HOLD button (only to switch the appliance from cooking to hold mode)
and set the required energy percentage (by selecting 00% the HOLD mode is off) and press the
PROG. button for more than 3''. In case you want to set the cooking mode only, without Hold, just
skip point d. Push START/STOP to start from the set programme and the cooking session will
begin.


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Plug the cable to activate power supply on the safety switch upstream of the appliance.
Activate the appliance by means of the control panel and set 3 minutes no-load running at
maximum power.

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Carefully clean the grid, the tray and the glass-ceramic panel;
Check that the appliance is plugged in;
Switch on the electric power supply from the safety switch upstream of the appliance.
Set the desired functioning mode from the control panel;
Cook the food;
Set the parameters of the cooking function on the control panel
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Switch the “K” knob to “0” position for the “Basic” and “Halogen” versions.
Push the “ON/OFF” button for the “Touch” version.

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