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Birko 1005004 Operating Instructions Manual

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Operating Instructions

BIRKO Kitchen Mixer 

 

Model: 1005004 

7 Litre

BIRKO 

KITCHEN MIXER

 


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BIRKO Kitchen Mixer 

 

Model: 1005004 

7 Litre

BIRKO 

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Model: 1005004 

7 Litre

BIRKO 

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Contents

Read these instructions first...................................... 3
 Installation.......................................................3
 Safety..............................................................3

Operation...................................................................3

 

Selecting the correct mixing arm....................3

 

Assembly of the mixing arms.........................4

 

Mixing arm adjustment...................................5

 

Fitting the mixing bowl...................................5

 Speed 

control.................................................6

 Starting...........................................................6

Cleaning and Maintenance.......................................7

Specifications............................................................7

Parts list....................................................................8

Exploded diagram....................................................9

Wiring diagram........................................................10

Troubleshooting.......................................................11

End of life disposal..................................................11

Contact Details........................................................12

 


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Operating Instructions

BIRKO Kitchen Mixer 

 

Model: 1005004 

7 Litre

BIRKO 

The Birko Kitchen mixer is suitable for mixing a variety of foods and because of the robust construction, is 
ideal for use in most commercial applications i.e. Cafe’s and Restaurants. 

INSTALLATION:

-The Mixers must be connected to a standard 220-240V 10 amp general purpose outlet.
-Ensure the Mixer is placed on a secure, horizontal working surface
-The recommended height of the secure horizontal working surface should be between 650 - 750mm, with 
spaces of 150mm front and back and with 300mm clearance on both sides.

SAFETY:

-The mixers are designed for indoor use only and must not  be located in an area that may be cleaned by 
a water jet.
-This appliance is not intended for use by persons (Including Children) with reduced physical, sensory or 
mental capabilities, 
  or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning 
use of the appliance   
  by a person responsible for their safety.
-Children should be supervised to ensure they do not play with the appliance.
-If the power cord and plug is damaged it must be replaced by Birko or a qualified technician.
-When changing the mixing tools or when removing any parts, ensure the power is turned off.
-Do not operate the appliance with wet hands.
-After cleaning the mixer ensure it has been dried before use. 
-Keep hands and fingers away from all moving parts.
-When the head is in the raised position or when the machine is mixing, ensure the handle ‘e’ (page4) is in 
the vertical position.
-Do not operate the mixer without the safety guards in place

SELECTING THE CORRECT MIXING ARM:

It is important to select the correct mixing arm to match the type of food being mixed. The selection of the 
wrong arm may cause damage to the mixer.

-The Hook shaped mixing arm (Item 39)* should be used for mixing large, weighty and doughy substances, 
eg. in the preparation of breads and baking pasteries. This arm should be used only with a low speed set-
ting

-The paddle shaped mixing arm (Item 40)* is used for mixing bulky items that are not as heavy or sticky as 
dough, eg. fruit mince, cake mix,  meat dumplings and stuffing.This arm may be used with a low to medium 

Read these instructions first

Operation

* Ref: Page 8 & 9

 


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Model: 1005004 

7 Litre

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ASSEMBLING THE MIXING ARMS ( HOOK; PADDLE AND WHISK )

-Turn off the machine at switch ( i ) and disconnect the Mixer from the power supply.
-Rotate the handle ( e ) clockwise to release the locking mechanism . This will allow the mixing head ( a ) 
to rise automatically and will expose the mixing arms. 
-When the mixing head has been raised (aprox 45 deg.) release the handle ( e ) and secure it in the verti-
cal position.
-Insert the keyed shaft of the mixing arm ( d ) into the mating end of the mixing axle ( c ).  Rotate the mix-
ing arm to the left until the keyed shaft is fully home and secure.
-Rotate the handle ( e ) anti-clockwise to the horizontal position to allow the mixing head to move down. 
Push the mixing head down until it locks into position. 
-When locked the handle will move to the vertical position. Do not operate the mixer unless the handle is 
in the, locked,     vertical position.
-To remove the mixing arm, reverse the above procedure.

  a) Mixer head

  d) Agitator

  g) Base

  b) Interception (select 
models)

  e) Handle

  h) Speed Control

  c) Mixing Axle

  f) Mixing Bowl

  i) Switch

 


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Model: 1005004 

7 Litre

BIRKO 

MIXING ARM ADJUSTMENT:

The height of the mixing arm may be adjusted to change the clearance between the arm and the base of 
the mixing bowl.

-Turn off the machine at switch ( i ) and disconnect the Mixer from the power supply.
-Use a suitable spanner to release the nut on the end of the mixing arm shaft.
-The shaft can now be rotated to adjust the installed height of the mixing arm. Rotate the shaft clockwise 
to increase the bowl clearance and anti clockwise to decrease the bowl clearance.
-Once the correct clearance has been achieved, securely tighten the nut and fit the mixing arm as 
described on page 

4. 

FITTING  THE MIXING BOWL:

The mixing bowl must be securely fixed to the base of the machine in order for the mixer to operate cor-
rectly.

-Turn off the machine at switch ( i ) and disconnect the Mixer from the power supply.
-Rotate the handle ( e ) clockwise to release the locking mechanism . This will allow the mixing head ( a ) 
to rise automatically and will expose the mixing arms. 
-When the mixing head has been raised (aprox 45 deg.) release the handle ( e ) and secure it in the verti-
cal position.
-While holding the bowl ( f ) with both hands, fit it to the base of the mixer ( g ) .
-Rotate the bowl clockwise until it is firmly secured in place.
-Rotate the handle ( e ) anti-clockwise to the horizontal position to allow the mixing head to move down. 
Push the mixing head down until it locks into position. 
-When locked, the handle will move to the vertical position. Do not operate the mixer unless the handle is 

 


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Operating Instructions

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7 Litre

BIRKO 

SPEED CONTROL:

The kitchen mixer is fitted with an infinitely variable speed control switch ( h ) located on the side of the 
mixer. The speed of mixing will be determined by the type of mixing arm fitted and the consistency of the 
food being mixed. It may be necessary to change the speed during the course of mixing, if the properties of 
the food being mixed changes. eg. when a liquid begins to thicken the speed must be reduced.

WARNING:

When mixing ingredients, it is important to to start with a slow speed and gradually increase the speed until 
the desired mixing rate is achieved. It is important not to overburden the mixer by using an inappropriate 
speed, which is too high for the foodstuffs being mixed. Failure to follow this procedure will damage the 
mixer.

STARTING:

-Ensure the mixing head is secured in the lowered position and the handle ( e ) is in the vertical position.
-Check that all components are correctly fixed to the mixer and that all safety guards are in place. 
-Set the speed control to the zero ‘o’ position (ref 3-1)
-Turn on the power switch ( i ).
-As you rotate the speed switch in a clockwise direction the mixing speed will increase.
-For low speed mixing and when using the Hook arm the switch sholud be set at the near vertical position 
(ref 3-2) 
-For medium speed mixing and when using the Paddle arm the switch should be rotated to aprox 45 deg. 
(ref 3-3).
-For high speed mixing and when using the Whisk arm the switch should be rotated to the horizontal posi-
tion, or higher (ref 3-4)

 


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BIRKO Kitchen Mixer 

 

Model: 1005004 

7 Litre

BIRKO 

CLEANING;

It is most important to maintain a proper cleaning and hygeine routine with this food mixer. In order to 
avoid the cross contamination of different foodstuffs it is important to clean the mixing arms and mixing 
bowl after each use.
-Do not use strong cleaning agents that may leave a taste in the bowl and on the mixing arms.
-Thoroughly rinse and dry the Mixing arms and bowl after washing.
-Clean the mixer’s external surfaces with a mixture of mild soap and warm water.
-Clean up all food spills.
-The mixer must not be cleaned with a water jet.
-Do not leave food in the mixer for long periods of time.

MAINTENANCE:

 

-From time to time it may be necessary to adjust the clearance between the mixing arms and the mixing 
bowl, see page 5 for instructions.
-As a safety measure the drive belt is designed to slip under heavy loads and offers protection to the 
motor if the mixing arms become jammed. The belt is a consumable item and may need to be replaced, it 
is recommended to have a spare on hand.
-Service, by a Birko authorised agent, should be performed at least once a year.

Model

1005004

Capacity  
 

7 Litres

Mixing Speed

40-260rpm

Rotation

147-917rpm

Voltage

220 - 240V

Frequency

50Hz

Power

355W

Current

2.5A

Max Weight (eggs)

500g

Max Weight (Dough)

1200g (Dry flour)

Weight

22kg

Cleaning and Maintenance

Specifications

 


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Operating Instructions

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Model: 1005004 

7 Litre

BIRKO 

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Model: 1005004 

7 Litre

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Parts list

Part 

No.

Description

Item Part No. Description

1

Root Plane

29

1315225

Adjusting Screw

2

Contain Oil Bear-
ing

30

Electric Cable Plug

3

Middle Axle

31

Electric Wire

4

Large Gear

32

1315226

Speed Adjusting Button

5

Bearing

33

1315227

Solenoid Switch

6

1315221

Seal

34

1315228

Circuit Plate

7

Center Axle

35

Electronic Box 

8

Planet Gear

36

Base Plate

9

Inner Gear

37

Rubber Mat

10

1315222

Bearing

38

Mixing Bowl

11

Middle Axle

39

Hook Shape Mixing Agitator

12

Large Belt Wheel

40

Paddle Shape Mixing Agita-
tor

13

Nut

41

1315229

Whisk Shape Mixing Agitator

14

1315223

Belt

42

Pin

15

Top Cover

43

1315230

Connecting Axle

16

Small Belt Wheel

44

Main Axle Cover

17

1315224

Motor

45

1315231

Seal

18

Axle Of Belt 
Wheel

46

Adorning Cover

19

Transfer Gear

47

1315232

Cushion

20

Driving Gear

48

1315233

Spring Cushion

21

Body

49

1315234

Nut

22

Name Plate

50

Orientation Pin

23

Axle Pin

51

Protection net

24

Handle

52

Speed control switch as-
sembly

25

Support Pin

53

Micro Switch

26

Overturn Seat 

54

Tape

27

Supper Plane

55

Brushes

28

Base Plane

56

Micro Switch II

 


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BIRKO Kitchen Mixer 

 

Model: 1005004 

7 Litre

BIRKO 

Exploded diagram

 


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BIRKO Kitchen Mixer 

 

Model: 1005004 

7 Litre

BIRKO 

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Wiring diagram

 


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BIRKO Kitchen Mixer 

 

Model: 1005004 

7 Litre

BIRKO 

 

ISSUE

Not working

 CAUSE

 

SOLUTION

No Power

Check Power supply

Speed slector in wrong posi-
tion

Select the Zero ‘o’ position

Mixer too hot and speed decreasing

Incorrect voltage

Check Voltage supply

Mixing load too large

Reduce the mixture quantity

Wrong mixing arm 

Fit the correct mixing arm

Worn drive belt

replace the drive belt

Mixer stops while working

Mixing load too large

Reduce the mixture quantity

Incorrect voltage

Check voltage supply

Main fuse has blown

Replace fuse. If problem persists call 
Birko for service

Mixing time too long

Shorten mixing time. Wait a few min-
utes before re-starting

Speed switch is out of alignment

Control knob is loose

Tighten the control knob locking 
screw

Control Knob is broken

Call Birko for service

Mixing arms touch the bowl

Height of the arms is incorrect Adjust the arm height (see p5)

Troubleshooting

In order to help preserve our environment we ask that you dispose of this product correctly. Please con-
tact your local city council for collection centre details

End of life disposal

 


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7 Litre

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Model: 1005004 

7 Litre

BIRKO 

Birko Heaters Australia Pty Ltd., 
ABN 39 103 881 625                         
67 Allingham St, Condell Park, N.S.W. 2200, AUSTRALIA.
International Ph:   +61 2 9796 3100
International Fax: +61 2 9796 3858
Local Ph:   1300 724 955, Local Fax: 1300 735 259 
sales@birkoheaters.com, www.birkoheaters.com

The term ‘Birko’ is a registered trade mark of Birko Heaters Australia Pty Ltd.

     

Contact Details

As Birko policy is one of continuous product improvement, changes to specifications may be made with-
out prior notice. Images in this booklet have been modified and may not be true representations of the 
finished goods

Zenith Heaters Limited,
IRD No. 95 640 729
Unit 2/15 Moselle Avenue,
Henderson.
Auckland.  0610
NEW ZEALAND.
Telephone:  0800 558055
Facsimile:   0800 559055

www.zenithheaters.co.nz