Compak fresh K-10 Conic Fresh User manual

coffee grinders
instructions manual
FRESH ON DEMAND
F10 MASTER CONIC OD
F10 CONIC OD
F8 OD
index
1. SAFETY MEASURES
1
2. DESCRIPTION
2
3. INSTRUCTIONS
3
4. IDENTIFICATION
3
5. TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
4
6. EXTERNAL COMPONENTS
6
7. INSTALLATION
7
8. REGULATION
9
9. OPERATION
12
10. CONFIGURATION
16
11. CLEANING
20
12. MAINTENANCE
21
13. EC CONFORMITY
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1. SAFETY MEASURES
NOTE: The manufacturer will not be held responsible for any damages resulting from
improper use of the equipment, or for not following the safety measures as outlined
below.
Safety measures incorporated into our grinders:
• Special screw to maintain the hopper fixed in place.
• Access restrictor in the grind group.
Owners: Please pay careful attention with the following instructions:
• The grinder should be used exclusively for the function for which it was
designed: grinding whole bean coffee.
• Do not use this grinder to grind other types of food products such as dry fruit,
sugar or spices.
• The grinder should not be used by children or individuals with physical, or
mental limitations that could result in risk of injury or misuse.
• Any other use of the machine will be considered improper and dangerous.
• Do not put liquids in contact with internal or external parts of this grinder while
ON or OFF, with the exception of parts expressly outlined in the “CLEANING”
section of this manual. If liquids do come in contact with the grinder,
immediately disconnect electrical connection and carefully clean the affected
areas. If it is necessary to access the interior parts of the grinder, contact your
local service professional.
• In case of any damage to parts or components, we recommend contacting your
local service professional to help with repair or replacement of such parts,
thereby guaranteeing the maintenance of the security standards of the grinder.
• Only an authorized distributor should replace the main power cable of the
grinder.
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SOUND DECIBEL LEVEL
The level of sound emitted in different models is:
Sound decibel level
With coffee
F10 MASTER CONIC OD
67,8 dB
F10 CONIC OD
67,8 dB
F8 OD OD
72,2 dB
2. DESCRIPTION
Your new grinder has been designed using the most sophisticated technologies in
existence. The result is a product of high quality that offers the assurance of the best
results possible. Our products are manufactured by hand, one by one, following the
strictest quality requirements. In the manufacturing process, we use only the highest
quality materials (aluminum, stainless steel, etc.) especially designated for being in
contact with food stuff.
For the optimum functionality of the grinder models described in this user manual,
the maximum work cycles are as follows:
Working cycle
Model
Function
Stop
8 sec.
20 sec.
F10 MASTER CONIC OD
F10 CONIC OD
F8 OD
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3. INSTRUCTIONS
3.1. This manual is designed to provide the necessary information to correctly
install, use and maintain the grinder, as well as to highlight precautions for users to
keep in mind. To ensure the best operation of the coffee grinder, please follow the
instructions as outlined in this manual. This manual should be saved for the life of the
grinder, and should always be at the disposal of the operator.
3.2. This manual contains special terminology such as:
• Words in BOLD indicate important points or terminology.
• Numbers in parenthese after a word, indicate the location of this item in a parts
diagram.
Example: (
)-
Hopper lid
• Icons:
Information
Atention
4. IDENTIFICATION
In the grinder information plaque is the following manufacturing/product information.
NOTE: The manufacturer reserves the right to change components/configurations of
any model, according to the different geographic market demands.
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5. TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
5.1. Usage
The coffee grinders are intended for use on commercial premises and facilities where
ground coffee is required, or in small stores that sell coffee. The grinder must only be
used to grind coffee beans. Any use other than this will be considered improper and
dangerous.
NOTE: The manufacturer will not be held responsible for any damages resulting from
improper use of the equipment, or for not following the safety measures as outlined
below.
5.2. Technical data
100 V
50 Hz
100 V
60 Hz
110 V
60 Hz
220 V
60 Hz
230 V
50 Hz
240 V
50 Hz
400
Vψ
50Hz
208 V
60 Hz
Electrical
power
850
1.000
935
930
950
975
780
840
(W)
Spin
speed
326
378
325
388
340
345
350
390
rpm
Electrical
power
890
960
810
810
800
850
780
840
(W)
Spin
speed
335
388
400
375
325
331
350
390
rpm
Electrical
power
750
810
860
735
730
840
(W)
Spin
speed
1.250
1.540
1.600
1.600
1.325
1.330
rpm
Model
F10
MASTER
CONIC
OD
F10
CONIC
OD
F8
OD
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Model
F10 MASTER
CONIC OD
F10 CONIC OD
F8 OD
2.65
Conical 68
2.65
Conical 68
3.3
83
in
mm
Production
50Hz*
37
17
33
15
33
15
lb/h
Kg/h
Production
60Hz*
44
20
38.5
17,5
38.5
17,5
lb/h
Kg/h
Dose time 50Hz
(7 gr)*
1,6
1,9
1,6
Seconds
Dose time 60Hz
(7 gr)*
1,4
1,7
1,4
Seconds
Hopper capacity
4.18
1.900
4.18
1.900
4.18
1.900
lb
Kg
Mini-hopper
capacity
(optional)
1.21
550
1.21
550
1.21
550
lb
Kg
Net weight
45.3
20,50
37.25
16,93
28.60
13,00
lb
Kg
Ø Burrs
Height
Width
Depth
29.13
8.46
15.74
740
215
400
26
8.46
17.74
660
215
400
26
8.46
17.74
660
215
400
in
mm
in
mm
in
mm
* Production is based on a medium-roasted coffee and an Espresso grind.
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6. EXTERNAL COMPONENTS
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7. INSTALLATION
7.1. General warnings
The person installing the grinder should carefully read this instruction manual
before installation. The installation of this machine should be completed by
qualified and authorized personnel, and all norms of safety and sanitation should be
followed.
7.2. Important warnings
The operator of the grinder should be a responsible adult, and a never a minor
or person incapable of safely using such equipment. When using the grinder,
the following precautions should be followed:
• No bare feet.
• No wet hands or feet.
• Do not submerge in water.
• Do not expose the grinder to sun or other atmospheric conditions.
• Do not place any type of object in the coffee entrance or exit while the grinder
is running. (It should be kept in mind that the cutting burrs continue turning for
a couple revolutions after the grinder is powered off).
• To disconnect the grinder, use the main power switch and never the power
cable, to avoid a possible short circuit.
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7.3. Where to use
The grinder should be installed on a flat, stable surface. The minimum
dimensions of the work space should be as follows:
Model
F10 MASTER CONIC OD
F10 FRESH, F8 OD
Height
29.53
750
26
670
in
mm
Width
9.05
230
9.05
230
in
mm
Depth
16.75
420
16.75
420
in
mm
7.4. Grinder installation
Before grinder installation, the following should be considered:
• The grinder information plaque data coincides with the electrical system on
site. • The electrical outlet coincides with the grinder plug.
• The electric power at the location of installation should meet the minimum
required to properly run the grinder.
• The installation site should have the proper electrical overload protections.
• The grinder should be properly grounded as specified by local code.
NOTE: The grinder should be used in environments with mínimum temperature
of 77-86F and should not be installed in places (such as industrial kitchens) where
cleaning is done with direct water spray cleaning.
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8. REGULATION
8.1. Adjusting the lower portafilter support
In order to ensure the proper distribution of ground coffee in the portafilter, while
supporting the portafilter in a hands-free position during dosing, it is possible to
adjust the height of the lower portafilter support ( ).
1. Loosen the two adjustment screws ( ) found on each side of the upper
portafilter fork ( ), by using the Allen Key included with your grinder.
2. Adjust the support to the desired height using the portafilter as the point of
reference.
3. Tighten the screw ( ) found on each side of the upper portafilter fork (
the Allen Key provided (Fig. 1).
), with
NOTE: If the adjustment is extreme (too high or too low), difficulties in operating
the dosis button might occur.
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8.2. Adjust the lower portafilter support in models with
Dynamometric press system DYN
1. Remove screw caps (Fig. 2) using a flat headed screw driver.
2. Adjust the mobile fork as described in section 8.1.
3. Replace and tighten the screw caps (Fig. 2).
8.3. Grind point adjustment
Place portafilter in upper portafilter holder ( ) and push the refill button (
ground coffee begins to dispense from exit chute.
) until
To adjust the grind point, simply turn the grind adjustment knob. A clockwise
adjustment will render a finer grind and a counter clockwise adjustment will render
a more coarse grind.
CAUTION: Changing grind settings must be done when the grinder is on and burrs are in
motion. Not doing this suposes that the burrs will gunk up and cleaning will be required.
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NOTE: If the output is very slow, it could mean that the coffee is being ground too
fine. If the output is very fast, it could mean that the coffee is being ground too
coarse. A perfect espresso grind is found when the grind point gives an infusion of
25 ml of coffee in 25 seconds using 7 grams of ground coffee.
When turning the grind adjustment knob it should be noted that a grind point
reference scale of 1 to 800 will appear on the main display ( ). This scale should be
used as a reference in setting the desired grind point.
TIP: Our grinders are delivered to an estimated calibration of Espresso grind, been able to
adjust this functionality depending on the type of coffee, type of roast and dosage used.
F8 OD
F10 CONIC OD, F10 MASTER CONIC OD
80-120
350-450
8.4. Coffee grinder preparation
The grinder should rest on a flat, hard surface in close proximity to the coffee
machine. To guarantee proper operation, the minimum work space should measure
at least 310 mm wide by 400 mm deep by 800 mm high.
Unpack the grinder carefully and place it in the assigned work space. Before placing
the bean hopper on the grinder, loosen the security screw found on the upper collar
of the grinder ( ). Place the bean hopper ( ) on the upper part of the grinder so that
the bean trap lever ( ) is positioned on the right side of the grinder in the CLOSED
position (Fig. 1). Once the bean hopper is placed on the grinder, rotate it clockwise
until it is firmly in place and can rotate no further. If desired, replace the hopper
security screw ( ) to ensure the hopper cannot be removed manually.
Place beans in the hopper and replace hopper lid ( ). Finally, the bean trap
lever ( ) must be in an open position, allowing the beans to fall into the grinding
chamber.
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Before plugging in the grinder, confirm that the electrical configuration found on the
description plaque on the grinder matches the power on site. Once confirmed, plug
in the grinder and press the 3 position switch ( ) to position I (AUTOMATIC MODE).
9. OPERATION
9.1. General switch
The general switch (
) has 3 positions of use, AUTOMATIC– OFF – MANUAL. (Fig. 4)
AUTOMATIC: Electrical functions
OFF: Off
MANUAL: Manual mode. Security system that allows using the grinder in case of
supply plate or keypad failure. By activating MANUAL mode, the grinder starts
grinding until returning to de mode OFF.
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9.2. Utilization
Through the program menu (Fig. 4), it is possible to select two distinct functional
modes: AUTOMATIC MODE, PRESLECT MODE and MANUAL MODE.
9.3. Automatic mode
In this mode, user should press/release the appropriate numeric LCD icon ( )
once for a single dosis, twice for a double dosis and three times por a triple dosis.
The display screen ( ) will indicate an icon representing either a single, double
or triple* dose, along with the programmed time of the dose counting down from
total dose time to zero.
Also, once the dose cycle has been activated, the dosis button ( ) can be pressed/
released, to suspend the cycle. If the dose pulse button is pressed/released again,
within 8 seconds, the cycle will continue from the point at which it was suspended. If
more than 8 seconds pass, the dose cycle will start a new, complete dose cycle.
Pausing the grind cycle can be done by selecting MENU / SETTINGS CONFIGURATION
/ GRIND PAUSE SET UP.
* (only for models with possibility to offer three doses).
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9.4. Preselect mode
In this mode, a single, double or triple dose setting is selected using the configuration
buttons ( ). The preselection of a single, double or triple* dose will remain active
until changed by selecting another dose option. The preselection will be illustrated
on the display screen with the corresponding icon ( ).
The preselected dose is activated with a single press/tap of the appropriate numeric
LCD icon ( ). The display screen ( ) will indicate an icon representing either a
single, double or triple dose, along with the programmed time of the dose counting
down from total dose time to zero.
Also, once the dose cycle has been activated, the dosis button ( ) can be pressed/
released, to suspend the cycle. If the dose pulse button is pressed/released again,
within 8 seconds, the cycle will continue from the point at which it was suspended. If
more than 8 seconds pass, the dose cycle will start a new, complete dose cycle.
Grind pause can be activated or deactivated by pressing the lower pulse button
( ). First, set up by following these steps: MENU / SETTINGS CONFIGURATION /
GRIND PAUSE SET UP.
* (only for models with possibility to offer three doses).
9.5. Instant Mode
In this mode of operation when making the selection of one, two or three* doses of
coffee by pressing the appropriate numeric LCD icon ( ) screen starts grinding the
selected dosis without the need to actuate the lower dose button ( ).
The time set for that dose will decrease to zero, at which point the dose ends.
Once the cycle starts grinding using the lower dose button ( ) and is pressed again,
the grinding cycle will stop. If within 8 seconds it is pressed again, it will complete
the remaining time of the original dose time setting. After 8 seconds of inactivity the
grinder will return to standby mode.
To pause by pressing the lower activation button ( ), you can enable or disable,
accessing MENU / SETTINGS CONFIGURATION / GRIND PAUSE SET UP.
In this mode, pause grinding may also be performed by pressing the active icon on the
LCD display ( ) this pause cannot be enabled or disabled via the MENU.
* (only for models with possibility to offer three doses).
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9.6. Refill button
If you press and hold down on the refill button (
with the desired amount of ground coffee.
), you can manually refill the porta
9.7. Press
9.7.1. Fixed press
Position the portafilter below the tamper and push up to tamp the ground coffee
(Fig. 5).
9.7.2 Dynamometric press DYN (optional)
Position the portafilter in the fork, regulate the tamp with the desired strength
between 11 Kg minimum until 20 Kg maximum, and push down the lever in the side
to press the coffee in the portafilter. The dynamometric press strength is right when
you can listen “click” when the tamper presses the coffee in the poltafilter.
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10. CONFIGURATION
There are two distinct configuration differences which are as follows:
• Configuration of time for a single, double o triple* dose. Procedure to follow by
the operator that can be realized at any time without password protection.
• Configuration of the grinder’s main menu. Procedure to follow when using the
advanced features found in the main menu that can be password protected.
* (only for models with possibility to offer three doses).
10.1. Configuration of the grinding time
The grind times can be configured for the Automatic, Preselect and Instant modes.
When modifying in one of three modes are updated for all modes simultaneously.
To modify the time of one dose, press the time of the respective dose numerical
icon ( , or ) on the touch screen twice (double tap), followed immediately (2
seconds or less) by pressing the
button.
You can also change the time of a dose accessing MENU / SETTINGS CONFIGURATION
/ TIME SET UP / DOSE TIME 1, 2, 3.
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Automatically the icon of the desired dose icon and the
color and the four time numbers will then begin to flash.
icon will change to active
There are two ways to modify the time:
• Press the icons or on the LCD screen and the time will increase, and press
the icon to decrease the time.
• Also, the time can be changed by using the lower dose button ( ) or the
icon
( ) found on the LCD screen ( ). If any of these options are pressed, the grinder
will begin to run and the time, starting at zero, will increase until the chosen
button is released.
10.2. Configuration of the grinder’s main menu
To enter the configuration menú, press the
icon. Once in the menu, use the
buttons ( , or
) to toggle through the menu options, and confirm/choose the
desired option with the
button. Press the
icon to return to the previous
option.
To exit the menú, press the arrow button until the main menu screen is reached, or
simply press nothing for 8 seconds and the menu will reset to the beginning.
Through the configuration menu, it is possible to modify the following grinder
features:
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LANGUAGE SET UP
ENGLISH
ENGLISH ACTIVE
SPANISH
ESPAÑOL ACTIVO
FRENCH
FRANÇAIS ACTIVE
GERMAN
DEUTSCHE AKTIV
ITALIAN
ITALIANO ATTIVO
PORTUGUESE
PORTUGUESE ACTIVA
ABSOLUTE COFFEE COUNTER
NUMBER OF SINGLE SERVINGS
VIEW USAGE DATA
RELATIVE COFFEE COUNTER
BURR WARE DATA
MENU SET UP
OPERATING MODE
(WORKING MODE SETTINGS)
PASSWORD SET UP
(Limitates access to menu)
TIME SET UP/
DATE SET UP
SETTINGS
CONFIGURATION
SOUND SET UP
BURR CHANGE ALARM**
(Activates display at beginning/ending
of service)
RESET RELATIVE COFFEE COUNTER
GRIND PAUSE SET UP
GRIND POINT SET UP
TIME SET UP
* Only available for units with 3 dosing times.
N. COFFEE DOSES 1
dd/mm/yy 0000000
N. COFFEE DOSES 2
dd/mm/yy 0000000
N. COFFEE DOSES 3*
dd/mm/yy 0000000
N. COFFEE DOSES 1
dd/mm/yy 0000000
N. COFFEE DOSES 2
dd/mm/yy 0000000
N. COFFEE DOSES 3*
dd/mm/yy 0000000
ALARM 00000 Kg
GROUND 000000 Kg
AUTOMATIC MODE
AUTOMATIC MODE ON
PRESELECT MODE
PRESELECT MODE ON
INSTANT MODE
INSTANT MODE ON
PASSWORD ON
PASSWORD PROTECTION ON
PASSWORD OFF
PASSWORD PROTECTION OFF
PASSWORD SET UP
CURRENT PASSWORD 0000
TIME SETTINGS
CURRENT TIME hh:mm:ss
TIME SAVED
FORMAT dd/mm/yy
NEW FORMAT SAVED
DATE SETTINGS
(ENTER) NEW PASSWORD 0000
FORMATmm/dd/yy
NEW FORMAT SAVED
DATE SET UP
CURRENT DATE dd/mm/yy
NEW DATE SAVED
ACTIVE SOUND
SOUND ON
DEACTIVE SOUND
SOUND OFF
BURR CHANGE ALARM ON
ALARM ON
BURR CHANGE ALARM OFF
ALARM OFF
RESET BURR CHANGE ALARM
ALARM RESET
BURR CHANGE ALARM SET UP
DOSE WEIGHT 2 00,00 gr (**)
RESET RELATIVE COFFEE (SERVINGS)
COUNTERS
ACTIVATE GRIND PAUSE
GRIND PAUSE ON
DEACTIVATE GRIND PAUSE
GRIND PAUSE OFF
GRIND POINT ADJUSTED
DOSE TIME 1
DOSE 1 TIME 02,00 s
DOSE TIME 2
DOSE 2 TIME 04,00 s
DOSE TIME 3*
DOSE 3 TIME 06,00 s (*)
** Warning message. Weight set by the user as ground result for time 2 (Dose 2), is the reference taken by the software to get coffee production figures.
PASSWORD SAVED
WRONG PASSWORD
CHANGE BURRS!
Kg BURR CHANGE 00000 Kg
ALARM SAVED
11. CLEANING
11.1. General cleaning
To ensure that the grinder functions properly, and produces the highest quality grind
possible, the parts that come into contact with coffee should cleaned periodically.
General Cleaning guidelines as follows:
• Always turn the main power switch to the OFF position (
).
• Unplug the machine from the power source.
• Do not submerge the grinder in water or use power washing devises.
11.2. Bean hopper cleaning
In order to properly clean the bean hopper (
fragments.
To remove the hopper, close the bean trap (
and lift the hopper straight up.
), empty out all remaining beans and
), and loosen the hopper lock screw (
)
Clean the hopper ( ) with a moist soft cloth or with a small amount of water and
soap to eliminate any oily residue from the beans.
Replace the bean hopper (
in reverse.
) following the same steps as the removal process, but
11.4. Cleaning the grind chamber
It is recommended that the grind chamber be cleaned daily with a cleaner as
recommended by Compak. This process will eliminate smelly residues from the
coffee remains, which can negatively affect the quality of the brewed coffee.
The steps to follow are:
In order to properly clean the bean hopper (
and fragments.
• Close the bean trap on the hopper (
grind chamber.
), first empty out all remaining beans
) and grind out the remaining coffee in the
• Remove any remaining coffee beans from the bean hopper (
).
• Pour the recommended grinder cleaning product into the bean hopper ( ) and
open the bean trap ( ), allowing the cleaning product to pass into the grind
chamber.
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• Grind the cleaning product at a medium course grind setting until the recommended
amount is passed through the system and nothing remains in the grind chamber.
• Clean the hopper (
) and refill with coffee beans.
• Discard the first 2-3 doses of coffee to assure that the residual cleaning product
is removed from the grind chamber and set the grind regulator to the desired
setting ( ).
Following these steps will ensure that the grinder is clean and ready for use.
We do not recommend the taking apart of the grind assembly unless changing burrs,
or removing a blockage/obstruction in the grind chamber. Removal of the grind
assembly should be performed by a qualified service technician.
11.4. Cleaning the outside of the grinder
To clean the exterior of the grinder, first wipe with a dry soft cloth, and then gently
wipe with a damp soapy cloth.
12. MAINTENANCE
12.1. General warning
Before performing any type of maintenance:
• Always turn off the main power switch to the OFF position (
).
• If the grinder is jammed, unplug it from the power source and contact an
authorized service technician.
Not following these warnings can compromise the safety of the grinder as well as
the user.
12.2. General maintenance of the grind chamber
To guarantee the efficiency and correct operation of the grinder, it is essential to
follow manufacturer instructions and ensure that all maintenance work is carried
out by qualified staff.
Dull burrs will result in a lower quality grind, greater heat generation in the coffee
and grinder, increased electrical consumption, and finally it puts additional stress
on the grinder motor.
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NOTE: Based on extensive experience and a medium-hard coffee blend, we
recommend replacing the burrs following the quantities in next table:
Steel
Red Speed Lucidate
800 Kg
3500 Kg
F10 CONIC OD
1200 Kg
7500 Kg
F10 MASTER CONIC OD
1200 Kg
7500 Kg
F8 OD
12.3. Silicon curtain replacement (F8 model)
The silicon curtain ensures consistency in the dose and reduces static electricity.
Located inside the coffee outlet ( ), it can be replaced by following the steps below:
1. Remove the grind regulator control knob (
Allen wrench No. 2.5.
) loosening the fixing bolt with an
2. Remove the four screws securing the cover using an Allen key No. 2.5.
3. Remove the four screws fixing the base of aluminum siding, using an Allen key
No. 2.5.
4. Remove the coffee outlet ( ), by removing the two retaining screws using
an Allen wrench No. 2.5. At this point, access to the silicon curtain is possible.
Replace the silicon curtain with a new silicon curtain of different thicknesses
according to the needs of each coffee. Simply remove the screw curtain using a
# 10 Torx wrench.
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13. EC CONFORMITY
In accordance with European community directives, quality certificates have been
applied. All materials have been adapted and technical reports are available at our
offices.
04/108/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to
electromagnetic compatibility.
06/42/EC amending Directive 89/392/EC on the approximation of the laws of the
Member States relating to machinery
REG. 1935/2004 amending Directive 89/109/CE on the approximation of the laws
of the Member States relating to material and objects destinated to make contact
with nutritional products.
03/108/EC amending Directive 2002/96/EC on waste electrical and electronic
equipment (WEEE).
06/95/EC of 12/12/2006 on the harmonization of the laws of Member States
relating to electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits.
02/96/EC of 27/01/2003 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States on
waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).
11/65/EU related to the restriction on the usage of certain dangerous
substances with electrical equipment and electronics.
Environment
Do not throw the applianceaway with the normal household waste; hand it in at
an official recycling collection point. By doing this, you will help to preserve the
environment.
The Legal Representative
Jesús Ascaso
Compak Coffee Grinders, s.a.
Molí Barri, Parcela B - Pol. Ind. Can Barri - 08415 Bigues i Riells - Barcelona - Spain
Ph. 34 93 703 13 00 - Fax 34 93 703 13 23 - www.compak.es
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