II . OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
TILTING BRAISING PANS FET-E
The gas heated tilting braising pan with its polished steel bot-
tom is used for browning, roasting, braising, and preparing
sauces, etc. On request, the appliance is deliv-ered with a
chrome nickel steel plated bottom, which can be used for more
differentiated cooking processes, such as sautéing, poaching,
steaming, boiling, stewing, and preparing white sauces.
The exterior and interior of the entire appliance are made of
stainless chrome nickel steel.
The pan is mounted in such a way that it can be tilted. Control-
led pouring is possible by a motor-operated tilting mechanism.
A precise, state-of-the-art electronic micro-processor control
system with digital preselection of temperature and cooking
time ensures perfect adherence to the pre-programmed cook-
The support cover panels and the closed cover can be used as
a convenient additional storage or working surface.
Console with or
Mixer unit with
Thoroughly wash the entire pan with hot soapy water, rinse it
with clean water and allow it to dry. The new pan should then
be heated up at a temperature of 320°F (160°C) for about 30
Tilting pans with polished steel bottoms should additionally be
treated as follows: load the cold pan with good quality roasting
fat (lard, butter) and about 5 mm thick raw potato slices. Then
lightly roast the potato slices for about 60 minutes, turning
them several times. As a result of this treatment, the bottom
loses its metallic flavour. Empty the pan and rub it thoroughly
with a dry cloth or absorptive paper.
Do not use oil or vegetable fat for the above procedure.
Check each time before use
Operating elements must not be damaged.
Heating up time
660 x 600
800 X 600
1000 x 600
The lid should be kept closed during heating to reduce energy
losses and heating time. Whilst full power is re-quired for initial
heating, this is not the case for further cooking. The power
requirements for cooking with lid open is many times that with
the lid closed. The lid should there-fore always remain closed
during cooking. The heating-up time for an empty pan from
68°F (20°) to 446°F (230°C) is 12 minutes.
The automatic controls can be fitted with more or fewer func-
The following instructions explain all the possible functions.
Setting the clock
The clock time is shown on the display (AZ).
Switch on the power isolator (H) (only available as an option)
and the control system switch (S) by turning them from posi-
tion 0 to I.
Then press and hold down buttons (ZT) and (Q).After the sec-
ond acoustic signal, the clock time can be set by turning the
Turn right = increase
Turn left = reduction
Smallest change = 1 minute
After the time has been set, the buttons (ZT) and (Q) can be
The pan must be in the horizontal position prior to starting, or
the power supply must be disconnected.
Switch on the power isolator (H) (only available as an option).
Turn from position 0 to I.
Switch on the power isolator
(only available as an option)
Right-hand console (at the bottom)