AS/NZS 60335.2.14:2017 PDF – Household and similar electrical appliances—Safety Part 2.14: Particular requirements for kitchen machines (IEC 60335-2-14 Ed 6, MOD)

AS/NZS 60335.2.14:2017 PDF – Household and similar electrical appliances—Safety Part 2.14: Particular requirements for kitchen machines (IEC 60335-2-14 Ed 6, MOD)
3 Terms and definitions
This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows.
3.1 .9 Replacement: normal operation operation of the appliance under the conditions specified in 3.1 .9.1 01 to 3.1 .9.1 1 9 followed by operation with the most unfavourable load indicated in the instructions. If the conditions are not specified, the appliance is operated with the most unfavourable load indicated in the instructions 3.1 .9.1 01 Berry-juice extractors are fed with 1 kg of berries, such as currants, gooseberries or grapes. Pushers are pressed with a force of 5 N against the berries. 3.1 .9.1 02 Food blenders are operated with the bowl filled to its maximum indicated level with a mixture comprising two parts by mass of soaked carrots and three parts water. If this level is not indicated, the bowl is filled to two-thirds of its total capacity. The carrots are soaked in water for 24 h and cut so that the dimensions of the pieces do not exceed 1 5 mm. If the bowl is not provided, a cylindrical bowl is used which has a capacity of approximately 1 l and an inner diameter of approximately 1 1 0 mm. Liquid blenders are operated with water instead of the mixture.
3.1 .9.1 1 0 Food mixers with beaters for mixing cake batter are operated with the beater blades as close as possible to the bottom of a bowl containing dry sand having a grain size between 1 70 ?m and 250 ?m. The height of the sand in the bowl is approximately 80 % of the length of the effective part of the beater. Food mixers with kneaders for mixing yeast dough are operated with the kneaders in a bowl filled with a mixture of flour and water. Note 1 to entry: The flour has a protein content of 1 0 % ± 1 %, based on a negligible water content of the flour and without chemical additives. Note 2 to entry: In case of doubt, the flour is more than two weeks but less than four months old. It is stored in plastic bags with as little air as possible. The bowl is filled with a mass of flour in grams equal to 35 % of its capacity in cm 3 , 72 g of water at a temperature of 25 °C ± 1 °C being added for each 1 00 g of flour. Note 3 to entry: In case of doubt, the quantity of water is 1 ,2 times that necessary for the consistency of the mixture to be 500 Brabender units at 29 °C ± 1 °C, measured using a farinograph. For hand-held food mixers, the kneaders are moved in a figure-of-eight movement at a rate of 1 0 to 1 5 movements per minute. The kneaders are to touch the wall of the bowl at opposite points and be in contact with the bottom of the bowl. If a bowl is not provided, a bowl is used that has a height of approximately 1 30 mm and an inner diameter of approximately 1 70 mm at the top, tapering down to approximately 1 50 mm at the bottom. Its inner surface is smooth and the wall and bottom blend smoothly.

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