VIDEO: How to set up the Phil 5000/2500 SCAYL Set-Up Guide – Scayl

VIDEO: How to set up the Phil 5000/2500 SCAYL Set-Up Guide

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Hi welcome to Scayl my name's David I just want to say thank you very much for placing your order with us and we look forward to working with yourself and your team so we've set this video up just to help you with the unboxing and setup guide of your machine so you can get onto using it right away and so yeah thank you very much for watching and we're going to take you on to the unboxing part of the process.

First step number one you're going to remove the box from your pallet and then you're going to slice open the sellotape at the top and just open the flaps up and your machine will be revealed inside the back of the machine is where the hopper square goes so you're going to tip it onto its back to avoid damaging the computer at the front so here we go make sure that the flaps stay on the outside of the box and we're going to turn it all the way upside down and remove it once it's upside down and the box lifts off nice and easy to reveal your machine

so step number two in on your pallet, you should have also received a second box containing your floor stand your hopper and your funnel for the machine whilst you've got it in the upside-down position I would recommend attaching the funnel by placing it between the two clips lining up with the hole and then just attaching the clips onto the machine I would then lift it onto its back to be able to lift it onto your floor stand in order to remove the transit bolts to operate the machine always make sure that when you're touching the machine you're wearing safety gloves so you don't catch your finger on the stainless steel it's the same material that they use to make knives so it's quite sharp and yeah we don't want any accidents so lift it onto the floor stand you can use two people or one depending on how you if you feel it's necessary or not attached to the floor stand using the clips provided and you're secure and ready to remove the transit bolts so there's four transit bolts in your machine that you need to remove prior to use and if you do use it whilst they are in it could damage the machine and affect the load cells so i would recommend absolutely taking these out beforehand and there's two longer bolts here that you'll need your spanner to remove and then you've got two finger tight allen key bolts at the front here and one pushes one pulls just to protect the load cell and these ones help protect the spring-loaded vibration plate and the body of the machine whilst it's in transit hence transit bolts so you use your spanner to remove the transit bolts i have loosened these off previously so you don't have to watch me using a spanner and remove the bolt there like that and again you would loosen this one here they're spray painted red as well so you should be aware of which ones they are and they do just fall out keep them safe if you ever need to move the machine to a different um different site or somewhere else and then yeah or send it back to us for whatever reason for maintenance whatever it may be at the end of your year then keep them because they are very very useful um so yeah them two there these two are finger tight allen keys the one with the washer goes in the big hole at the back and the other one is in the small hole to the left of that and that's how easy it is to remove the transit bolts

so step number three we're going to attach the hopper to the lid of the machine to do so you just undo the lid with the four clips on the side of the machine lift it off and turn it upside down and when you place it on your hopper make sure that the plastic window is facing forward from the gate of the mush of the hopper and that's just to ensure that it's the right way round when in operation if not the machine will not operate correctly and it may cause some frustration so ensure that the gate is facing forward in line with the plastic window you've then got four screws inside your bag that you can then attach with to the the lid to the hopper just by simply screwing them in on each corner first and then on the other corners just to secure it in so we've now attached the hopper to the lid using the four screws provided and before we put it back onto the machine and go on to the next stage one check to do at this point is to just make sure that all of the terminals are plugged into the back of the computer at the front there and so just to make sure that a is going to have power it's going to weigh correctly and see the foot pedal is going to be working and any issues with any of those things after transit it could be that it's just been knocked out of the port slightly so that's just one thing to check there's two green ports two white ports and you can follow the wires just to make sure that they're plugged in and connected correctly and by the power source here there is also um four four um terminals that you need to make sure that they're all plugged in correctly as well and um yeah it's just something that can happen during transit it can come loose and it's just gonna panic you and make you think that your machine's not working when in actual fact it's just a simple plug back in so um yeah next stage is we're gonna take the hopper and the lid place it on the machine making sure that the gate is facing forward and this is what helps you to restrict the flow of the product and retain your accuracy and your speed so and yeah the gate should always be facing forward and then you're gonna attach it using the four clips two on each side and then from there i'm gonna take you through the calibration of the machine because sometimes uh it can get knocked in transit by a gram or two and you will need to regularly um every month or so calibrate the machine anyway just to make sure that it's still intact which i'm sure you do with most of your other scales anyway so yeah here we go this is how to calibrate

okay so the next stage of the setup process is to calibrate your machine and just to make sure that you're obviously not underweight in or overlaying any of your products last thing you want to be doing is um giving away too much product or not giving enough and so if you get 200 grams of weights or you can use your um your check weighing scales to weigh out 200 grams of product we're just going to enter press and hold the green button on the control panel you're going to enter two codes um so the first one will be eight zero eight you can do so just by using the arrow arrow keys up down left and right press the confirm button to then move into the next stage which is five five zero and then confirm then we're going to scroll down so that the machine displays f12 we're then going to press confirm again and now for the big machines the phil 2500 the fill 5000 and the phil 5000 duo what we're going to do is display on the computer 0 200 and that's basically we're going to tell the machine exactly what 200 grams feels like so again you can use um scale checkweight scales or actual 200 grams worth of weights always use gloves before you go into the machine if you're going to touch any of the internals just for safety it is sharp it is the same stuff that knives are made of so and just to avoid any risk of contamination um cuts and contamination within the machine so you get your 200 grams of weights put it into the internal hopper where the internal hop is mounted onto the load cell and place them as evenly as possible within the machine leave it a second or two just for it to settle so it's not wobbling around and you're not gonna get an error message when you try and press confirm and all you do is press the confirm button machine will then display f13 if you've done it correctly you scroll up to f0 and press confirm again and it will take you out and the machine will display 200 grams on the display if it doesn't it means it's been wobbled or you've walked around it and it's just sort of knocked it a little bit so it would recommend doing it again until it does display exactly 200 grams there on the front so to attach the foot pedal it's really straightforward it just slots into the hole on the side of the machine and you push it in screw it on and that's it so you'll notice that i talked about the gate on the hopper before so just to give you a bit of advice on how to use it for the smaller weights and smaller size particles i would look at closing the gate off and for bigger particles and larger weights you want to allow as much access to the flow path as possible and so i would look at opening it up the bigger the particle and the bigger the weight the more free you want your product to flow and obviously the finer it is and the lower the weight you want to restrict it as much as possible and this just gives the machine the best accuracy and speed across a lot of different variety of products so whether you're a coffee roaster doing ground coffee and beans whether you're a nut nut company packing different sized nuts or your spice company doing different kinds of blends whatever it may be using that flow gate to cut off the flow to the vibration plate means that its versatility won't need any adjustment of settings whilst you're using the machine it's just simple as moving the gate up and down i would recommend putting a sliding scale of one to ten using a permanent marker on it and that way you can then categorize your products based on the flow ability of the machine so thank you very much for watching and i hope this video has helped you with any setting up issues or any faqs you may have um if you still need to get in touch with us you can do on plus four four one seven four eight three four nine one one two or hello at scale dot code uk if you want to share any pictures or videos of you using your machine once it's up and running we'd be more than welcome and please tag us on any socials  and we'd be more than happy to share them as well with our audience so thank you very much and we hope you enjoy your new machinery

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