Electrolux EW 1087 F Service manual

INSTRUCTION HANDBOOK
WASHER-EXTRACTORS
WP3 690-890-1080 H
WPB3 690-890-1080 H
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General instructions
General ..................................................... 1/1
Precautions for use ................................... 1/2
Environmental information ........................ 1/3
Preliminary instructions ............................ 1/4
Locking and tagging procedure ................ 1/5
Handling/Weight
Handling ................................................... 1/6
Packing - Weight ...................................... 1/7
Technical characteristics
Technical characteristics .......................... 1/8
Sound level .............................................. 13/8
Label of energetic performances ............. 13/8
Installation/Putting into service
Installation ................................................ 1/9
Working place lighting .............................. 2/9
Supplies .................................................... 2/9
Mechanical installation ............................. 3/9
Assembling of the partition for
barrier machine ......................................... 4/9
Water connections .................................... 5/9
Steam connection ..................................... 6/9
Drain connection ....................................... 8/9
Air vent connection ................................... 9/9
Installation of the gas exchanger .............. 9/9
Liquid detergents connection ................... 19/9
Electrical connection ................................ 21/9
Compressed air connection ..................... 26/9
Remove of the transport locks fitted ........ 27/9
Fitting of the safety flanges ...................... 28/9
Operating inspection
Manual operation ..................................... 1/10
Automatic operation ................................. 2/10
Machine operation
Auxiliary control ....................................... 1/11
Automatic operation ................................. 3/11
Detergent dispenser ................................ 5/11
To run a wash program ........................... 7/11
The "Move back" key ............................... 7/11
To start the wash program ....................... 8/11
To start a wash program from the
program library ....................................... 12/11
To change parameters in the current
program step .......................................... 15/11
Rapid advance ........................................ 16/11
Show weight ........................................... 17/11
Pause ..................................................... 19/11
Manual operation during a program ....... 20/11
Text ......................................................... 26/11
To change the wash program after
program operation has commenced ....... 27/11
To change temperature scale °C/ °F ...... 28/11
Auto restart ............................................. 29/11
Manual operation
To select a manual operation ................. 30/11
Motor/door .............................................. 31/11
Water/drain ............................................. 32/11
Heating ................................................... 33/11
Detergent signals and water flushing ..... 34/11
At the end of the wash ............................ 35/11
Statistics
To select "statistics" ................................ 37/11
Resetting statistic registers ..................... 39/11
Automatic weighing
Scale adjustment .................................... 44/11
ON/OFF and pause
On/off and pause by exterior signals ...... 55/11
Memory card
General introduction ............................... 56/11
To select the "Memory card" function ..... 57/11
To run a wash program straight from
a memory card ........................................ 60/11
To copy a program from a memory card
to the machine's program control unit ..... 61/11
To copy a program from the program
control unit to a memory card ................. 63/11
To delete a program on a
memory card ........................................... 65/11
To delete all programs on a
memory card ........................................... 66/11
Weighing equipment ................................. 67/11
HACCP option ........................................... 78/11
Safety
Safety ...................................................... 1/12
Maintenance
Operating incidents .................................. 1/13
Preventive maintenance .......................... 1/14
Diagrams
Pneumatic diagrams ................................ 1/15
Electric diagrams ..................................... 1/16
Appendices
Configuration of variator .......................... 1/17
Convertion measurement units ................ 3/17
Washing symbols .................................... 4/17
The manufacturer reserves the right to modify construction and equipment characteristics.
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1. General
General instructions
The machines described in this handbook have a washing capacity of 687, 887 or 1087 litres
according to their type.
They are washer-extractors designed to meet the most severe requirements.
They are designed to be installed in hotels, laundries, hospitals or collectivities.
The suspension device mounted with springs and shock absorbers limits to the maximum
ground vibrations.
A important G factor guarantees the highest extraction quality for your linen.
These machines also exist in barrier version allowing the respect of linen's hygiene rules.
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Adjustment label
Identification
plate
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This washer extractor is controlled by a microprocessor-based program control unit placed on
the loading side. There are many advantages to this equipment, including :
• Timing, levels and temperatures are controlled with great precision and flexibility.
• The large display screen means that detailed information on wash programs, machine status
and operations, wash times and temperatures can be accessed in plain language
• It is possible for the user to create new wash programs, and to adapt programs with great
precision, on the basis of experience and to suit various types of textile, degrees of soiling
etc.
• a very high level of machine safety through continuous monitoring and built-in safety
interlocks.
• The program control unit has a reader for "smart cards". These are cards the size of a credit
card which contain a memory chip. Smart cards allow the user to :
- transfer wash programs between a PC and the washer extractor, or from one washer
extractor to another
- run programs straight from a card
• Great flexibility during program operation :
- rapid advance both forwards and backwards in the program
- the user can change temperatures, program module lengths and extraction speeds
directly, during program operation
- change to running a different wash program, at any time during program operation of the
washer extractor.
Card reader for
memory cards
Display screen
Numeric keyboard
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
GO TO THE MENU
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Function keys.
The functions of these keys change, depending on
which menu or part of a menu you are using. Their
current functions at any time are shown on the
display immediately above each key.
During a wash : "Pause" key.
Before and after a wash, and during programming : "Move
back key".
By pressing this key repeatedly you can move backwards
through the menus you have navigated through. This will
always bring you back to the menu shown on the display in
this illustration.
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A very high working safety level of the machine is achieved thanks to a continuous monitoring
and built-in safety devices.
Even the compound textile fabrics can be washed at a high temperature with no crumpling risk
thanks to a special cooling process before the rinsing cycle.
In order to avoid an excessive mechanical fatigue during the hydro-extraction process, the
machine is equipped with an unbalance detector. If the latter detects the least unbalance of the
load, the hydro-extraction cycle is interrupted and the machine fills with water to make a new
distribution of the linen possible.
The machine then resumes the distribution speed and another hydro-extraction cycle begins.
The machine can also be controlled sequence by sequence and is equipped with a keyboard
for the manual control of certain functions.
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Precautions for use
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The machine should not be used by children.
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The machine is designed for "water washing" of textile only.
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This machine is for professional use and must be used exclusively by qualified personnel.
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It is forbidden to wash textiles soaked with solvents.
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In case of a gas heated machine, do not assemble the machine on premises containing a
dry cleaning machines or other similar machines.
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3. Environmental
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Environmental information
Concerned by providing the end user with useful and necessary environmental information, we
wish to precise :
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Data about energetic consumptions, wastes (atmospheric and liquid) and sound level are
indicated in the paragraph "Technical characteristics".
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The running of this machine requires the use of detergents which draining in the nature can
have a significant environmental impact. So, we do recommend to only use, with agreement
of the manufacturers, the quantities of detergents strictly necessary.
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This machine is fully dismantle.
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This machine is free from any asbestos.
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Our machine packing complies with the provisions of rule 98-639 dated July 20th 1998
regarding environmental demands.
For additional information, do not hesitate to consult our environmental department.
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4. Preliminary
instructions
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Preliminary instructions
Before any use, it is compulsory to read the instruction handbook.
Users must have learnt how the machine operates.
The identification plate is placed on the loading side of the machine.
In order to prevent any risk of fire or explosion, flammable products should never be used to
clean the machine.
Any repair or maintenance intervention should be carried out by qualified personnel only.
Detergents used in laundry are particularly agressive. No stainless steel is able to resist their
corrosive actions. Detergent dispenser must consequently be considered as wearing parts
likely to be replaced.
Explanation of graphic symbols
A flash of lightning with an arrow at its
end displayed inside an equilateral triangle, warns the user about the presence of uninsulated "dangerous current" sufficient in intensity to cause
electrocution.
An exclamation mark inside an equilateral triangle offers the user important advice about usage, servicing and
hazardous conditions.
This symbol warns the user that there
are mechanisms inside the machine
which can be dangerous. The protective housing must be in place during
use.
This symbol warns the user of the presence of high temperatures which could
cause severe burns. Some surfaces
can reach close to 200 °C (392 °F).
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SAFETY
This machine should be installed in conformance to the health and safety regulations, and only used in a sufficiently aerated area.
Check the instructions before installing or
using the machine.
SAFETY
The mechanical and electrical installation
of the machine should only be done by
qualified personnel.
CAUTION
Do not use the machine unless it is plugged
into a correctly earthed power socket complying with standards in force.
CAUTION
For your personal safety, never use the
machine without the protective housings.
CAUTION
Disconnect the machine electrical power
supply before doing any repair or servicing work.
Disconnect all the sources of energy before any intervention on the machine.
Never try to open the drum door before the complete stop of the cage.
The safety devices of the cage door(s) should in no case be made inoperative.
The machines comply with the European Directive EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility). They
have been tested in laboratory and approved as such. It is so prohibited to add wires or non
shielded electric cables in the cabinets, strands or cables' troughs.
Considering that the volume of the cage is superior to 150 liters, the standard kept for the
electric part is the IN 60204.
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Ensure that the machine is not loaded beyond its nominal capacity
(see "Specific load" in the instruction booklet’s technical characteristics).
An excessive load has consequences for the lifetime of the machine’s organs, as follows:
· Rapid destruction of the suspension elements (springs, shock
absorbers);
· Excessive fatigue of motorisation elements (engine, belt);
· Rapid reduction of lifetime of drum bearings (rolling bearings);
· Opening and destruction of drum doors and tank doors during
oil dehydration.
This is particularly important for your safety and that of others.
The consequence is an immediate cancellation of the warranty.
The use and handling of chemical products such as detergent, chlorine, acids, antiliming agents etc... may create hazards for health
and environment ; the following precautions should be taken.
- Do not breathe the dusts or steam.
- Avoid contact with skin or eyes (may cause burns).
- In case of important spillage, wear a protecting mask, gloves, and
eye protectors.
- Handle with care.
- Consult the use and first aid advice on the packings.
- Do not dispose pure products in the environment.
The machine can work without the protective casing when the electric supply is not cut off.
Interlock the main isolating switch with a padlock.
Close the steam or gas inlet valves.
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Distributor Letter
Chemical System Responsibility
Disclaimer
The following policy should be considered and understood as a warranty/disclaimer to customers
operating textile care installations where liquid supply (chemical) systems use or may use peristaltic
pumps to inject supplies into equipment.
To Whom it May Concern :
We, the undersigned, accept no responsibility for loss or damage when, during periods of non-use,
concentrated chemicals leak, spray or "dribble" onto any part of our machines or their contents.
It is well known that many pumped liquid chemical systems tend to permit concentrated chemicals to
dribble out of the injection tubes when the system has not been used for relatively long periods of
time – as after working hours and during weekends. This puts highly concentrated corrosive chemicals in direct contact with dry stainless steel surfaces and often directly on any textiles left in the
machine. Chemical deterioration (rusting) of the stainless steel and damage to the textiles is the
inevitable result.
It is absolutely useless to flush the affected sites after each injection because the harmful dribble
always occurs later – after the machine is no longer in use. One seemingly foolproof solution for
"dribbling chemicals" (which we highly recommend but obviously cannot guarantee) is to locate the
chemical tanks and pumps well below the injection point on the machine (so the contents of the
injection tube(s) cannot siphon into the machine) and to completely purge the just-used chemical
injection tube(s), or manifold, with fresh water after every injection so that only fresh water (which
cannot cause a problem) can dribble out. Naturally, this – or any other solution – is the sole responsibility of the pump and/or chemical supplier (not the machine manufacturer).
Additionally, external chemical leakage is dangerous to personal health and safety, and will also
cause severe damage to machines and/or their surroundings. The installer and/or user of the chemical injection system must make sure there are no external chemical leaks and that excessive pressure can never build up in any chemical delivery tube, because excessive pressure can burst the
tube, or disconnect it from the machine, and spray dangerous concentrated chemicals about the
premises.
The machinery manufacturer is not, and cannot be, responsible for compliance with the
above.
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5. Locking and
tagging procedure
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Locking and tagging procedure
A red insert at the beginning of this instruction handbook schematically shows the locking and
tagging procedure described below. If you wish, you can detach this insert and display it close
to the machine to remind maintenance personnel of the safety instructions.
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Always respect items
2, 3 and 4 carefully
before doing any repair or maintenance
work on the machine.
Put the main switch
to Off and lock the
handle with a padlock
in one of the three
holes provided for
this purpose.
Open the fixed
protectors (casings,
doors) with the key
provided or a special
tool.
Close the stop valves for
the other supplies
(steam, gas, thermal
fluid, compressed air)
to stop and lock their
handle with a padlock.
Do the maintenance.
Close and carefully
lock the fixed
protectors.
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Unlock the stop
valves and the
main switch.
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6. Handling
Handling
Before any handling, check that the four
transport locks fitted are still in place and
well-tightened.
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To do so, remove the front and rear casings
and check presence of four locks (B).
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It is obligatory that all
these operations are
undertaken by handling
specialists.
2000 daN
2000 daN
1/ Lifting with handling straps
Lifting in that case can only be done with
handling straps (minimum capacity 2000
daN) which bear weight of the machine.
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CAUTION
You should never handle the machine in
its longitudinal side (any other than shown
on the drawing below) with a fork-lift truck.
Important risk of parts deterioration for
those fixed under the machine.
2/ Lifting with a fork-lift truck
This can be carried out from the front or back, and at the centre of the machine using forks with
minimum length of 1.30 m (51").
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6. Handling
CAUTION
In order to avoid any bending of casings, you should
never climb and stand on
top of the machine.
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Packing
Packing dimensions in mm/inch
Size A
Size B
Size C
Washer extractor Type 690 standard
Washer extractor Type 690 barrier
1580/62"
1580/62"
1600/63"
1600/63"
2250/89"
2250/89"
Washer extractor Type 890 standard
Washer extractor Type 890 barrier
1580/62"
1580/62"
1820/72
1820/72
2250/89"
2250/89"
Washer extractor Type 1080 standard
Washer extractor Type 1080 barrier
1580/62"
1580/62"
2080/81"
2080/81"
2250/89"
2250/89"
Gas
Electric
Steam/T.F
Washer extractor Type 690 standard
Washer extractor Type 690 barrier
1750/3860
1750/3860
1750/3860
1750/3860
1750/3860
1750/3860
Washer extractor Type 890 standard
Washer extractor Type 890 barrier
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1955/4312
1955/4312
1955/4312
1955/4312
Washer extractor Type 1080 standard
Washer extractor Type 1080 barrier
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2245/4950
2245/4950
2245/4950
2245/4950
Weight
Weight in kg/lb (machine + crate)
A
B
Identification plate
(for gas machine only)
C
Adjustment label
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EXCHANGER
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Washer extractor type 690 standard
Front view
E D F J
> 1 m/40”
N
K
(Optional)
G
M
H1
> 1 m/40”
73/2.87”
380/15”
200/
7.87”
235/
9.25”
60
45/
1.77”
F
677/26.65”
470/18.5”
E
D
1395/54.92”
86/3.38”
150/5.9”
245/9.65”
340/13.38”
1355/53.34”
1400/55.12”
165/6.5”
395/
15.55”
1395/54.92”
4 x Ø 112
4 x Ø 4.4”
N
E
D
F
255/10”
H1- H2
1355/53.34”
1400/55.12”
> 1 m/40”
73/2.87”
Top inlets
65/6.56”
K
J
T
2.36” H2
N’-K’
500/20”
110/4.33”
H1
M
Ø 110/4.33”
55/2.16”
L
G
H1
120/4.72”
H2
E’ D’ F’
140/
5.5”
H1- H2
255/10”
N’
G’
190/7.5”
140/5.5”
970/38.18”
G’
1750/68.90”
2015/79.33”
M’
2015/79.33”
830/33”
730/
28.74”
1250/49.”
4”
300 x 300
12” x 12”
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1395/54.92”
> 1 m/40”
100
Top views
> 1 m/40”
70/2.75”
4 x Ø 112
4 x Ø 4.4”
E’
60
D’
F’
T’
2.36” H2
G’
45/1.77”
K’
N’
H1
35 1.38”
400/15.75”
500/19.68”
Bottom inlets
955/37.6”
855/33.66”
755/29.72”
470/18.5”
2080/81.89”
2540/100”
> 1 m/40”
Left view
765/
30”
N
30/1.18”
Right view
697/27.44”
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Heating
Gas
Characteristics Ø drum
Drum length
Opening drum door (LxH)
Opening cage door (LxH)
Drum volume
Specific load 1/11
(dry linen, ISO 9398-4)
Floor area
Contact surface with floor
Net weight
Weight loaded (high level)
Water consumption, washing, low level
Water consumption, washing, high level
Max dynamic load
Max transmitted floor load
Max pressure transmitted to floor
Frequency of the dynamic force
Spin efficiency
Max. unbalance
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Electric
Steam
Thermic fluid
-----------------------1050 mm (41.33") --------------------------------------------790 mm (31.10") ---------------------------------------670x490 mm (26.38x19.3")------------------------------728x698 mm (28.66x27.5") ------------------------------------ 687 dm³ (687 l) -------------------------------------------62 kg (138 lb) ----------------------------------- 1.89 m² (20.34 sq. ft) -------------------------------- 0.083 m² (129 sq. in) ----------------------------------------1595 daN (3518 lb) -------------------------------------------2033 daN (4484 lb) --------------------185 l
185 l
185 l
185 l
370 l
370 l
370 l
370 l
---------------------F = 394 daN (869 lb) ----------------------------------------2427 daN (5353 lb) ------------------------------------------639 kPa (92 psi) --------------------------------------------------0.65 Hz --------------------------------------------------------300 G -----------------------------------------------------8 kg (17 lb) ---------------------------
(L) Main switch to connect main cable
(M or M') Electric cable (section)
4 x 6 mm²
4 x 25 mm²
4 x 6 mm²
4 x 6 mm²
(N or N') Stuffing box for main cable
Supply voltage
---------------380 / 415 V 3+T ~ 50/60 Hz------------------Installed electric power
11.7 kW
65.7 kW
11.7 kW
11.7 kW
Installed heating power
40 kW
54 kW
Electric consumption for a normal cycle* 1.7 kWh/h
17.8 kWh/h
1.7 kWh/h
1.7 kWh/h
Heat loss
---------------3 % of installed heating power---------------(G or G') Steam inlet
- Maximum supply pressure
- Steam instaneous flow rate at 600 kPa
- Steam consumption for a normal cycle*
DN 25 (1" BSP)
600 kPa (87 psi)
240 kg/h
33 kg/h
(D or D') Hot water connection / flow
DN 32 (1"¼ BSP) - 200 l/min at 250 kPa (36 psi)
(E or E') Cold hard water connection / flow
DN 32 (1"¼ BSP) - 200 l/min at 250 kPa (36 psi)
(F or F') Cold soft water connection / flow (option) DN 32 (1"¼ BSP) - 200 l/min at 250 kPa (36 psi)
Water supply minimum pressure
-------------------------50 kPa (7.25 psi) ----------------------Water supply maximum pressure
------------------------300 kPa (43.5 psi) ---------------------Water consumption for a normal cycle*
960 l
960 l
960 l
960 l
(H1) 1st drain connection
(H2) 2nd drain connection (option)
Maximum drain flow rate
(I) Waste water collector
(3 cm/m (3%) minimum slope)
(J) Air vent hole
----------------------Ø 110 mm (4.33") --------------------------------------------Ø 110 mm (4.33") ----------------------380 l/min
380 l/min
380 l/min
380 l/min
----------------------DN 200 mm (8" BSP) -----------------------------------------Ø 80 mm (3.15") -----------------------
(-) Thermic fluid inlet
(-) Thermic fluid return
- Maximum supply pressure
- Installed calorific power
- Average calorific consumption
- Inner volume thermic fluid exchanger
(K or K') Compressed air inlet
DN 20 (3/4" BSP)
DN 20 (3/4" BSP)
xxx kPa
xxx kcal
xxx kcal/h
xx l
---------------------------Ø 6/8 mm (1/4") ---------------------
- Min./max. compress air pressure -------------------5.5/7 bar (80/100 psi) --------------- Consumption
--------------------------------50 l/h -----------------------------(T or T') Liquid detergents connection
Gas inlet
Combustion products evacuation
---------------------------Ø 20 mm (0.79") --------------------DN 20 (3/4" BSP)
Ø 125 mm (5")
* normal cycle : prewash 3 min at 35 °C, drain 2 min, main wash 4 min at 65 °C, drain 2 min, rinse 2 min, extract 2 min, rinse 2 min,
extract 2 min, rinse 2 min, extract 10 min (cold water supply at 15 °C).
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2015/79.33”
> 1 m/40”
N
K
(Optional)
E D F J
M
M’
140/5.5”
970/38.18”
G’
830/33”
G’
E’ D’ F’
H1- H2
255/10”
H2
1355/53.34”
H1
N’-K’
615/
395/
15.55” 24.21”
1625/63.97”
1400/55.12”
235/
9.25”
470/18.5”
45/
1.77”
677/26.65”
200/
7.87”
> 1 m/40”
4 x Ø 112
4 x Ø 4.4”
N
73/2.87”
60
E
D
F
65/6.56”
110/4.33”
K
T
J
2.36” H2
Top inlets
140/
5.5”
150/5.9”
245/9.65”
340/13.38”
E
F
1625/63.97”
86/3.38”
> 1 m/40”
73/2.87”
380/15”
D
255/10”
1355/53.34”
1400/55.12”
165/6.5”
H1- H2
M
H1
Ø 110/4.33”
55/2.16”
L
G
H1
120/4.72”
N’
190/7.5”
765/
30”
730/
28.74”
1250/49.”
4”
300 x 300
12” x 12”
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> 1 m/40”
1625/63.97”
100
Top views
> 1 m/40”
70/2.75”
45/1.77”
F’
T’
2.36”
H2
G’
H1
812/31.96”
K’
N’
1.38”
60
D’
35
E’
400/15.75”
500/19.68”
Bottom inlets
4 x Ø 112
4 x Ø 4.4”
955/37.6”
855/33.66”
755/29.72”
470/18.5”
2080/81.89”
G
2015/79.33”
> 1 m/40”
30/1.18”
N
Left view
2540/100”
Front view
1750/68.90”
Right view
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Heating
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Steam
Thermic fluid
------------------1050 mm (41.33")------------------------------------1020 mm (40.16") ---------------------------------900x490 mm (35.43x19.3")-------------------------------958x698 mm (37.71x27.5")----------------------------- 887 dm³ (887 l)------------------------------ 81 kg (178 lb) ---------------
Floor area
Contact surface with floor
--------- 2.20 m² (23.68 sq. ft)----------------- 0.083 m² (129 sq. in)---------
Net weight
Weight loaded (high level)
Water consumption, washing, low level
Water consumption, washing, high level
Max dynamic load
Max transmitted floor load
Max pressure transmitted to floor
Frequency of the dynamic force
Spin efficiency
Max. unbalance
(L) Main switch to connect main cable
(M or M') Electric cable (section)
(N or N') Stuffing box for main cable
Supply voltage
Installed electric power
Installed heating power
Electric consumption for a normal cycle*
Heat loss
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Diagram No. 07100102
Electric
Characteristics Ø drum
Drum length
Opening drum door (LxH)
Opening cage door (LxH)
Drum volume
Specific load 1/11
(dry linen, ISO 9398-4)
Date
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--------- 1750 daN (3860 lb)----------------- 2280 daN (5029 lb)--------220 l
220 l
220 l
440 l
440 l
440 l
------ F = 500 daN (1103 lb)--------------- 2780 daN (6131 lb)---------------- 732 kPa (106 psi)-------------------- 0.65 Hz --------------------------- 300 G ----------------------- 10 kg (22 lb) --------4 x 25 mm²
4 x 6 mm²
4 x 6 mm²
-----380 / 415 V 3+T ~ 50/60 Hz-------87.7 kW
15.7 kW
15.7 kW
72 kW
26.5 kWh/h
2 kWh/h
2 kWh/h
-----3 % of installed heating power------
(G or G') Steam inlet
- Maximum supply pressure
- Steam instaneous flow rate at 600 kPa
- Steam consumption for a normal cycle*
DN 25 (1" BSP)
600 kPa (87 psi)
240 kg/h
47 kg/h
(D or D') Hot water connection / flow
DN 32 (1"¼ BSP) - 200 l/min at 250 kPa (37 psi)
(E or E') Cold hard water connection / flow
DN 32 (1"¼ BSP) - 200 l/min at 250 kPa (37 psi)
(F or F') Cold soft water connection / flow (option)DN 32 (1"¼ BSP) - 200 l/min at 250 kPa (37 psi)
Water supply minimum pressure
---------- 50 kPa (7.25 psi) --------Water supply maximum pressure
---------- 300 kPa (43.5 psi) --------Water consumption for a normal cycle*
---------------- 1260 l --------------(H1) 1st drain connection
(H2) 2nd drain connection (option)
Maximum drain flow rate
(I) Waste water collector
(3 cm/m (3 %) minimum slope)
------ Ø 110 mm (4.33") -------------- Ø 110 mm (4.33") --------380 l/min
380 l/min
380 l/min
------- Ø 200 mm (8" BSP) ---------
(J) Air vent hole
------ Ø 80 mm (3.15") ---------
(-) Thermic fluid inlet
(-) Thermic fluid return
- Maximum supply pressure
- Installed calorific power
- Average calorific consumption
- Inner volume thermic fluid exchanger
(K or K') Compressed air inlet
- Min./max. compress air pressure
- Consumption
(T or T') Liquid detergents connection
DN 20 (3/4" BSP)
DN 20 (3/4" BSP)
xxx kPa
xxx kcal
xxx kcal/h
xx l
--------- Ø 6/8 mm (1/4") ----------------- 5.5/7 bar (80/100 psi)) ----------------- 50 l/h ---------------------- Ø 20 mm (0.79") ---------
* normal cycle : prewash 3 min at 35 °C, drain 2 min, main wash 4 min at 65 °C, drain 2 min, rinse 2 min, extract 2 min, rinse 2 min,
extract 2 min, rinse 2 min, extract 10 min (cold water supply at 15 °C).
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Washer extractor type 1080 standard
Front view
> 1 m/40”
G
765/
30”
> 1 m/40”
N
K
M
140/5.5”
970/38.18”
G’
190/7.5”
2015/79.33”
2015/79.33”
M’
1750/68.90”
830/33”
730/
28.74”
1250/49.”
E’ D’ F’
H1- H2
1355/53.34”
1400/55.12”
H1
T
H1
4 x Ø 112
G 4 x Ø 4.4”
55/2.16”
200/
7.87”
M
Ø 110/4.33”
H1
L
300 x 300
12” x 12”
Top views
235/
9.25”
I
1855/73.03”
70/2.75”
Bottom inlets
45/1.77”
H2
G’
H1
927/36.5”
Example of drain
connection
K’
N’
500/19.68”
F’
T’
2.36”
1.38”
60
D’
400/15.75”
955/37.6”
855/33.66”
755/29.72”
470/18.5”
E’
> 1 m/40”
4 x Ø 112
4 x Ø 4.4”
35
> 1 m/40”
100
F
203/8”
140/
5.5”
H2
D
1355/53.34”
1400/55.12”
65/6.56”
110/
4.33”
J
2.36”
45/
1.77”
E
E
D
F
380/15”
60
N
K
8”
255/10”
H1- H2
> 1 m/40”
1855/73.03”
203
677/26.65”
470/18.5”
165/6.5”
86/3.38”
> 1 m/40”
Top inlets
N’-K’
395/ 730/28.75”
15.55”
1855/73.03”
4”
H2
120/4.72”
255/10”
86/3.38”
N’
150/5.9”
245/9.65”
340/13.38”
2080/81.89”
E D F J
30/1.18”
N
Left view
(Optional)
2540/100”
Right view
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Washer extractor type 1080 standard
Heating
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Steam
Thermic fluid
------------------1050 mm (41.33")------------------------------------1250 mm (49.21") ---------------------------------900x490 mm (35.43x19.3")-----------------------------958x698 mm (37.71x27.5")----------------------------- 1087 dm³ (1087 l)------------------------------ 99 kg (218 lb) ---------------
Floor area
Contact surface with floor
--------- 2.50 m² (26.9 sq. ft)----------------- 0.083 m² (129 sq. in)---------
Net weight
Weight loaded (high level)
Water consumption, washing, low level
Water consumption, washing, high level
Max dynamic load
Max transmitted floor load
Max pressure transmitted to floor
Frequency of the dynamic force
Spin efficiency
Max. unbalance
(L) Main switch to connect main cable
(M or M') Electric cable (section)
(N or N') Stuffing box for main cable
Supply voltage
Installed electric power
Installed heating power
Electric consumption for a normal cycle*
Heat loss
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Diagram No. 07100096
Electric
Characteristics Ø drum
Drum length
Opening drum door (LxH)
Opening cage door (LxH)
Drum volume
Specific load 1/11
(dry linen, ISO 9398-4)
Date
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--------- 1950 daN (4300 lb)----------------- 2670 daN (5889 lb)--------300 l
300 l
300 l
600 l
600 l
600 l
------ F = 590 daN (1301 lb)--------------- 3260 daN (7190 lb)---------------- 858 kPa (124 psi)-------------------- 0.65 Hz --------------------------- 300 G ----------------------- 15 kg (33 lb) --------4 x - mm²
4 x 6 mm²
4 x 6 mm²
-----380 / 415 V 3+T ~ 50/60 Hz-------xx kW
19 kW
19 kW
xx kW
xx kWh/h
2.2 kWh/h
2.2 kWh/h
-----3 % of installed heating power------
(G or G') Steam inlet
- Maximum supply pressure
- Steam instaneous flow rate at 600 kPa
- Steam consumption for a normal cycle*
DN 25 (1" BSP)
600 kPa (87 psi)
240 kg/h
50 kg/h
(D or D') Hot water connection / flow
DN 32 (1"¼ BSP) - 200 l/min at 250 kPa (37 psi)
(E or E') Cold hard water connection / flow
DN 32 (1"¼ BSP) - 200 l/min at 250 kPa (37 psi)
(F or F') Cold soft water connection / flow (option)DN 32 (1"¼ BSP) - 200 l/min at 250 kPa (37 psi)
Water supply minimum pressure
---------- 50 kPa (7.25 psi) --------Water supply maximum pressure
---------- 300 kPa (43.5 psi) --------Water consumption for a normal cycle*
---------------- 1517 l --------------(H1) 1st drain connection
(H2) 2nd drain connection (option)
Maximum drain flow rate
(I) Waste water collector
(3 cm/m (3 %) minimum slope)
------ Ø 110 mm (4.33") -------------- Ø 110 mm (4.33") --------380 l/min
380 l/min
380 l/min
------- Ø 200 mm (8" BSP) ---------
(J) Air vent hole
------ Ø 80 mm (3.15") ---------
(-) Thermic fluid inlet
(-) Thermic fluid return
- Maximum supply pressure
- Installed calorific power
- Average calorific consumption
- Inner volume thermic fluid exchanger
(K or K') Compressed air inlet
- Min./max. compress air pressure
- Consumption
(T or T') Liquid detergents connection
DN 20 (3/4" BSP)
DN 20 (3/4" BSP)
xxx kPa
xxx kcal
xxx kcal/h
xx l
--------- Ø 6/8 mm (1/4") ----------------- 5.5/7 bar (80/100 psi)) ----------------- 50 l/h ---------------------- Ø 20 mm (0.79") ---------
* normal cycle : prewash 3 min at 35 °C, drain 2 min, main wash 4 min at 65 °C, drain 2 min, rinse 2 min, extract 2 min, rinse 2 min,
extract 2 min, rinse 2 min, extract 10 min (cold water supply at 15 °C).
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Washer extractor type 690 barrier
(Optional)
M
30/1.18”
830/33”
M’
255/10”
140/5.5”
970/38.18”
2080/81.89”
G’
H2
H1
1355/53.34”
E’ D’ F’
N’-K’
395/
15.55”
1395/54.92”
G’
190/7.5”
2015/79.33”
765/30”
1250/49.”
2015/79.33”
730/
28.74”
H1- H2
N
K
2540/100”
G E D F J
N
N’
Left view
Front view
1750/68.90”
Right view
500/20”
255/10”
H1- H2
1355/53.34”
Top views
J
T
2.36”
H1
K
H2
L
F
Top inlets
100/3.94”
200/
7.87”
235/
9.25”
60
D’
F’
T’
2.36”
2025/79.72”
O
100/3.94”
1425/56.1”
H1
45/1.77”
K’
N’
4 x Ø 112
4 x Ø 4.4”
Bottom inlets
Ø 110/4.33”
H1
P
300 x 300
12” x 12”
Example of drain
connection
35/1.38”
697/27.5”
E’
N
65/6.56”
110/
4.33”
M
D
G’
500/19.68”
E
60
73/2.87”
1395/54.92”
70/2.75”
400/15.75”
G
380/15”
677/26.65”
470/18.5”
155
55/2”
150/5.9”
245/9.65”
340/13.38”
100/3.93”
165/6.5”
H2
E
D
F
> 1 m/40”
4”
G
1395/54.92”
4 x Ø 112
4 x Ø 4.4”
I
100
73/2.87”
140/
5.5”
86/3.38”
> 1 m/40”
120/4.72”
R
955/37.6”
855/33.66”
755/29.72”
470/18.5”
P
50/1.97”
100/3.93”
1445/56.89”
100/3.94”
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Diagram No. 07100103
Electric
Steam
Thermic fluid
Characteristics Ø drum
-----------------------1050 mm (41.33") --------------------Drum length
------------------------790 mm (31.10") --------------------Opening drum door (LxH)
-------------------670x490 mm (26.38x19.3")-----------Opening cage door (LxH)
-------------------728x698 mm (28.66x27.5") -----------Drum volume
------------------------- 687 dm³ (687 l) --------------------Specific load 1/11
-----------------------62 kg (138 lb) --------------------(dry linen, ISO 9398-4)
Floor area
--------------- 1.89 m² (20.34 sq. ft) -----------------Contact surface with floor
--------------- 0.083 m² (129 sq. in) -----------------Net weight
-----------------------1595 daN (3518 lb) --------------------Weight loaded (high level)
-----------------------2033 daN (4484 lb) --------------------Water consumption, washing, low level
185 l
185 l
185 l
185 l
Water consumption, washing, high level
370 l
370 l
370 l
370 l
Max dynamic load
---------------------F = 394 daN (869 lb) ------------------Max transmitted floor load
----------------------2427 daN (5353 lb) --------------------Max pressure transmitted to floor
----------------------639 kPa (92 psi) ----------------------Frequency of the dynamic force
----------------------------0.65 Hz ----------------------------Spin efficiency
----------------------------300 G ----------------------------Max. unbalance
-------------------------8 kg (17 lb) --------------------------(L) Main switch to connect main cable
(M or M') Electric cable (section)
4 x 6 mm²
4 x 25 mm²
4 x 6 mm²
4 x 6 mm²
(N or N') Stuffing box for main cable
Supply voltage
---------------380 / 415 V 3+T ~ 50/60 Hz------------------Installed electric power
11.7 kW
65.7 kW
11.7 kW
11.7 kW
Installed heating power
40 kW
54 kW
Electric consumption for a normal cycle* 1.7 kWh/h
17.8 kWh/h
1.7 kWh/h
1.7 kWh/h
Heat loss
---------------3 % of installed heating power---------------(G or G') Steam inlet
DN 25 (1" BSP)
- Maximum supply pressure
600 kPa (87 psi)
- Steam instaneous flow rate at 600 kPa
240 kg/h
- Steam consumption for a normal cycle*
33 kg/h
(D or D') Hot water connection / flow
DN 32 (1"¼ BSP) - 200 l/min at 250 kPa (36 psi)
(E or E') Cold hard water connection / flow
DN 32 (1"¼ BSP) - 200 l/min at 250 kPa (36 psi)
(F or F') Cold soft water connection / flow (option) DN 32 (1"¼ BSP) - 200 l/min at 250 kPa (36 psi)
Water supply minimum pressure
-------------------------50 kPa (7.25 psi) ----------------------Water supply maximum pressure
------------------------300 kPa (43.5 psi) ---------------------Water consumption for a normal cycle*
960 l
960 l
960 l
960 l
(H1) 1st drain connection
----------------------Ø 110 mm (4.33") ----------------------(H2) 2nd drain connection (option)
----------------------Ø 110 mm (4.33") ----------------------Maximum drain flow rate
380 l/min
380 l/min
380 l/min
380 l/min
(I) Waste water collector
----------------------DN 200 mm (8" BSP) -------------------(3 cm/m (3%) minimum slope)
(J) Air vent hole
----------------------Ø 80 mm (3.15") ----------------------(-) Thermic fluid inlet
DN 20 (3/4" BSP)
(-) Thermic fluid return
DN 20 (3/4" BSP)
- Maximum supply pressure
xxx kPa
- Installed calorific power
xxx kcal
- Average calorific consumption
xxx kcal/h
- Inner volume thermic fluid exchanger
xx l
(O) Barrier partition (provided by customer)
(P) Frame 50x100 mm (2x4") (provided by customer)
(R) Foam joint
(K or K') Compressed air inlet
---------------------------Ø 6/8 mm (1/4") --------------------- Min./max. compress air pressure -------------------5.5/7 bar (80/100 psi) --------------- Consumption
--------------------------------50 l/h -----------------------------(T or T') Liquid detergents connection
---------------------------Ø 20 mm (0.79") --------------------Gas inlet
DN 20 (3/4" BSP)
Combustion products evacuation
Ø 125 mm (5")
* normal cycle : prewash 3 min at 35 °C, drain 2 min, main wash 4 min at 65 °C, drain 2 min, rinse 2 min, extract 2 min, rinse 2 min,
extract 2 min, rinse 2 min, extract 10 min (cold water supply at 15 °C).
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Washer extractor type 890 barrier
Front view
380/15”
E
D
F
J
H2
K
(Optional)
2540/100”
LL
F
190/7.5”
60
812/32”
H1
45/1.77”
K’
N’
F’
T’
2.36”
4 x Ø 112
4 x Ø 4.4”
Top inlets
Bottom inlets
Ø 110/4.33”
P
O
1655/65.16”
4”
2025/79.72”
H1
300 x 300
12” x 12”
Example of drain
connection
I
100
235/
9.25”
120/4.72”
100/3.94”
200/
7.87”
100/3.94”
35/1.38”
G’
H2
E’ D’
N
65/6.56”
110/
4.33”
M
D
70/2.75”
73/2.87”
H1
T
2.36”
60
1625/63.97”
> 1 m/40”
500/19.68”
4 x Ø 112
4 x Ø 4.4”
400/15.75”
86/3.38”
E
H1- H2
1355/53.34”
140/
5.5”
1625/63.97”
73/2.87”
677/26.65”
470/18.5”
G
150/5.9”
245/9.65”
340/13.38”
155
55/2”
E’ D’ F’
Top views
G
100/3.93”
G’
N’-K’
615/24.21” 255/10”
R
> 1 m/40”
165/6.5”
2015/79.33”
140/5.5”
395/
15.55”
1625/6.97”
955/37.6”
855/33.66”
755/29.72”
470/18.5”
50/1.97”
H2
H1
1355/53.34”
1445/56.89”
100/3.93”
M’
970/38.18”
255/10”
P
830/33”
G’
2080/81.89”
H1- H2
M
30/1.18”
765/30”
1250/49.”
2015/79.33”
730/
28.74”
N’
N
K
G E D F J
N
Left view
1750/68.90”
Right view
100/3.94”
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Washer extractor type 890 barrier
Heating
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Diagram No. 07100104
Steam
Thermic fluid
Characteristics Ø drum
------------------1050 mm (41.33")------------------Drum length
------------------1020 mm (40.16") ------------------Opening drum door (LxH)
---------------900x490 mm (35.43x19.3")---------------Opening cage door (LxH)
----------------958x698 mm (37.71x27.5")--------------Drum volume
--------------- 887 dm³ (887 l)----------------Specific load 1/11
-------------- 81 kg (178 lb) --------------(dry linen, ISO 9398-4)
Floor area
--------- 2.20 m² (23.68 sq. ft)--------Contact surface with floor
--------- 0.083 m² (129 sq. in)--------Net weight
--------- 1750 daN (3860 lb)--------Weight loaded (high level)
--------- 2280 daN (5029 lb)--------Water consumption, washing, low level
220 l
220 l
220 l
Water consumption, washing, high level
440 l
440 l
440 l
Max dynamic load
------ F = 500 daN (1103 lb)-------Max transmitted floor load
-------- 2780 daN (6131 lb)-------Max pressure transmitted to floor
--------- 732 kPa (106 psi)-------Frequency of the dynamic force
------------- 0.65 Hz -------------Spin efficiency
-------------- 300 G -------------Max. unbalance
---------- 10 kg (22 lb) --------(L) Main switch to connect main cable
(M or M') Electric cable (section)
4 x 25 mm²
4 x 6 mm²
4 x 6 mm²
(N or N') Stuffing box for main cable
Supply voltage
-----380 / 415 V 3+T ~ 50/60 Hz-------Installed electric power
87.7 kW
15.7 kW
15.7 kW
Installed heating power
72 kW
Electric consumption for a normal cycle*
26.5 kWh/h
2 kWh/h
2 kWh/h
Heat loss
-----3 % of installed heating power-----(G or G') Steam inlet
DN 25 (1" BSP)
- Maximum supply pressure
600 kPa (87 psi)
- Steam instaneous flow rate at 600 kPa
240 kg/h
- Steam consumption for a normal cycle*
47 kg/h
(D or D') Hot water connection / flow
DN 32 (1"¼ BSP) - 200 l/min at 250 kPa (37 psi)
(E or E') Cold hard water connection / flow
DN 32 (1"¼ BSP) - 200 l/min at 250 kPa (37 psi)
(F or F') Cold soft water connection / flow (option)DN 32 (1"¼ BSP) - 200 l/min at 250 kPa (37 psi)
Water supply minimum pressure
---------- 50 kPa (7.25 psi) --------Water supply maximum pressure
---------- 300 kPa (43.5 psi) --------Water consumption for a normal cycle*
---------------- 1260 l --------------(H1) 1st drain connection
------ Ø 110 mm (4.33") --------(H2) 2nd drain connection (option)
------ Ø 110 mm (4.33") --------Maximum drain flow rate
380 l/min
380 l/min
380 l/min
(I) Waste water collector
------- Ø 200 mm (8" BSP) --------(3 cm/m (3 %) minimum slope)
(J) Air vent hole
Ø 80 mm
Ø 80 mm
Ø 80 mm
(J) Air vent hole
------ Ø 80 mm (3.15") --------(-) Thermic fluid inlet
DN 20 (3/4" BSP)
(-) Thermic fluid return
DN 20 (3/4" BSP)
- Maximum supply pressure
xxx kPa
- Installed calorific power
xxx kcal
- Average calorific consumption
xxx kcal/h
- Inner volume thermic fluid exchanger
xx l
(O) Barrier partition (provided by customer)
(P) Frame 50x100 mm (2x4") (provided by customer)
(R) Foam joint
(K or K') Compressed air inlet
--------- Ø 6/8 mm (1/4") --------- Min./max. compress air pressure
--------- 5.5/7 bar (80/100 psi)) --------- Consumption
--------- 50 l/h -------------(T or T') Liquid detergents connection
--------- Ø 20 mm (0.79") --------* normal cycle : prewash 3 min at 35 °C, drain 2 min, main wash 4 min at 65 °C, drain 2 min, rinse 2 min, extract 2 min, rinse 2 min,
extract 2 min, rinse 2 min, extract 10 min (cold water supply at 15 °C).
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Washer extractor type 1080 barrier
Front view
G E D F J
M
30/1.18”
830/33”
E’ D’ F’
N’-K’
255/10”
H2
H1
730/28.74”
1855/73.03”
> 1 m/40”
R
L
4 x Ø 112
4 x Ø 4.4” 203/8”
203/8”
200/
7.87”
100/3.94”
235/
9.25”
E’ D’
60
Top inlets
H2
H1 45/1.77”
F’
T’
2.36”
4 x Ø 112
4 x Ø 4.4”
Bottom inlets
Ø 110/4.33”
H1
2025/79.72”
P
O
100/3.94”
1885/74.21”
Example of drain
connection
K’
N’
400/15.75”
500/19.68”
M
2.36”
D
F
65
110
927/36.5”
35/
1.38”
H1
2.56”
4.33”
G’
300 x 300
12” x 12”
4”
J
T
60
H2
70/2.75”
I
100
E
E
D
F
1855/73.03”
120/4.72”
G
380/15”
677/36.65”
470/18.5”
155
55/2”
150/5.9”
245/9.65”
340/13.38”
G
N
140/
5.5”
K
165/6.5”
H1- H2
Top views
> 1 m/40”
100/3.93”
255/10”
1355/53.34”
955/37.6”
855/33.66”
755/29.72”
470/18.5”
P
50/1.97”
100/3.93”
1355/53.34”
1445/56.89”
395/
15.55”
1855/73.03”
86/
3.38”
H1- H2
N’
G’
190/7.5”
140/5.5”
970/38.18”
2080/81.89”
1250/49.”
M’
2015/79.33”
730/
28.74”
(Optional)
N
K
1750/68.90”
2015/79.33”
765/30”
N
Left view
2540/100”
Right view
100/3.94”
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01201090 0102
Notice
Washer extractor type 1080 barrier
Heating
8
Steam
Thermic fluid
------------------1050 mm (41.33")------------------------------------1250 mm (49.21") ---------------------------------900x490 mm (35.43x19.3")-----------------------------958x698 mm (37.71x27.5")----------------------------- 1087 dm³ (1087 l)------------------------------ 99 kg (218 lb) ---------------
Floor area
Contact surface with floor
--------- 2.50 m² (26.9 sq. ft)----------------- 0.083 m² (129 sq. in)---------
Net weight
Weight loaded (high level)
Water consumption, washing, low level
Water consumption, washing, high level
Max dynamic load
Max transmitted floor load
Max pressure transmitted to floor
Frequency of the dynamic force
Spin efficiency
Max. unbalance
(L) Main switch to connect main cable
(M or M') Electric cable (section)
(N or N') Stuffing box for main cable
Supply voltage
Installed electric power
Installed heating power
Electric consumption for a normal cycle*
Heat loss
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Diagram No. 07100097
Electric
Characteristics Ø drum
Drum length
Opening drum door (LxH)
Opening cage door (LxH)
Drum volume
Specific load 1/11
(dry linen, ISO 9398-4)
Date
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--------- 1950 daN (4300 lb)----------------- 2670 daN (5889 lb)--------300 l
300 l
300 l
600 l
600 l
600 l
------ F = 590 daN (1301 lb)--------------- 3260 daN (7190 lb)---------------- 858 kPa (124 psi)-------------------- 0.65 Hz --------------------------- 300 G ----------------------- 15 kg (33 lb) --------4 x - mm²
4 x 6 mm²
4 x 6 mm²
-----380 / 415 V 3+T ~ 50/60 Hz-------xx kW
19 kW
19 kW
xx kW
xx kWh/h
2.2 kWh/h
2.2 kWh/h
-----3 % of installed heating power------
(G or G') Steam inlet
- Maximum supply pressure
- Steam instaneous flow rate at 600 kPa
- Steam consumption for a normal cycle*
DN 25 (1" BSP)
600 kPa (87 psi)
240 kg/h
50 kg/h
(D or D') Hot water connection / flow
DN 32 (1"¼ BSP) - 200 l/min at 250 kPa (37 psi)
(E or E') Cold hard water connection / flow
DN 32 (1"¼ BSP) - 200 l/min at 250 kPa (37 psi)
(F or F') Cold soft water connection / flow (option)DN 32 (1"¼ BSP) - 200 l/min at 250 kPa (37 psi)
Water supply minimum pressure
---------- 50 kPa (7.25 psi) --------Water supply maximum pressure
---------- 300 kPa (43.5 psi) --------Water consumption for a normal cycle*
---------------- 1517 l --------------(H1) 1st drain connection
(H2) 2nd drain connection (option)
Maximum drain flow rate
(I) Waste water collector
(3 cm/m (3 %) minimum slope)
------ Ø 110 mm (4.33") -------------- Ø 110 mm (4.33") --------380 l/min
380 l/min
380 l/min
------- Ø 200 mm (8" BSP) ---------
(J) Air vent hole
------ Ø 80 mm (3.15") ---------
(-) Thermic fluid inlet
(-) Thermic fluid return
- Maximum supply pressure
- Installed calorific power
- Average calorific consumption
- Inner volume thermic fluid exchanger
DN 20 (3/4" BSP)
DN 20 (3/4" BSP)
xxx kPa
xxx kcal
xxx kcal/h
xx l
(O) Barrier partition (provided by customer)
(P) Frame 50x100 mm (2x4") (provided by customer)
(R) Foam joint
(K or K') Compressed air inlet
- Min./max. compress air pressure
- Consumption
(T or T') Liquid detergents connection
--------- Ø 6/8 mm (1/4") ----------------- 5.5/7 bar (80/100 psi)) ----------------- 50 l/h ---------------------- Ø 20 mm (0.79") ---------
* normal cycle : prewash 3 min at 35 °C, drain 2 min, main wash 4 min at 65 °C, drain 2 min, rinse 2 min, extract 2 min, rinse 2 min,
extract 2 min, rinse 2 min, extract 10 min (cold water supply at 15 °C).
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characteristics
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Sound level
Airborne noise emitted by the machine
(values established from measurements
made on machine at points A, B, C,
and D).
C
B
D
1m
(40”)
A
1m 0”)
(4
1m
(40”)
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Weighted sound pressure level (A) in dB (A).
Washer 690
(without insulation)
washing
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
high spin
extraction
Washer 890
Washer 1080
(without insulation)
(without insulation)
washing
63.5
82.2
64
81.3
63
83.9
64
82.7
(with insulation)
63.5
72.2
64
77
63
79.5
64
75.8
high spin
extraction
63.5
82
64.2
81
63.8
83
64.2
83
(with insulation)
63.5
79
64.2
79
63.8
79
64.2
78
washing
high spin
extraction
66
81.5
66
81.5
67
83
67
83
(with insulation)
66
79
66
79
67
78
67
77
Label of energetic performance (gas heating only)
The global output hg of the gas heated washer-extractor is determinated according to a standardised method and shall not be lower than 50 %.
This output minimal level is indicated on the machine's marking by the symbol «.
Beyond the output minimal level hereabove specified, a label of energetic performance is given
to the machine according to its global output hg and according to the hereunder chart.
Symbolisation of the label
«
«
«
«
«
«
50 % <= hg < 65 %
«
«
Value of the output hg
65 % <= hg < 80 %
«
hg >= 80 %
The indication of the energetic performance of this washer-extractor is of «««« .
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You should have found an instruction handbook and keys to open the machine casings, in the
machine.
Depending on its destination, the washer extractor is delivered bare or may be placed on a
transport pallet and/or packed with plastic film.
In some cases, it may be delivered in a crate, or in maritime packing (wood box).
Please refer to the handling chapter in this instruction handbook for a description of handling
operations.
Unpacking
Take off the plastic film or remove the four wood socles with an spanner.
Check that no damage has been caused during transport.
Installation
The installation must be done by competent technicians in accordance with local codes and
regulations. When there are not local codes and regulations, the installation must be comply
with European standards applicable.
The machine must be installed on a perfectly even surface, strong and horizontal, capable
resisting to the efforts shown in the technical characteristics.
Adjustment of the machine by addition of level plate should be avoided.
F Control the horizontal level using a water level placed on the machine's sole.
F Place the washer extractor so that it is easy for the user and the service technician to do
their work.
F Leave at leasy 1 m (40") (according to the recommendation in standard EN 60204)
between the machine, a wall or any other machine at the sides.
40"
40"
40"
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Working place lighting
The lighting should be designed so as to avoid eye strain for the operator ; it should be uniform
without any glare, and should be sufficient to detect any hazards.
The average lighting value on the working place recommended by the clothing industry for
inspecting linen is 500 lux.
Whenever possible, the working place should be illuminated by daylight.
Supplies
Open the casings and take the box placed underneath the cage.
List of accessories provided with each machine :
• 1 instruction handbook
• 1 elbowed durit Ø 60 mm (2.4") and one collar air event
• 1 elbowed durit Ø 110 mm (4.33") and two collars for drain
• 1 connection nozzle
Extra accessories for steam heating machine :
• 1 pipe union
Extra accessories for gas heating machine :
• 2 pipes Ø 125 mm (5"), length 500 mm(20") to connect at the chemney
• 1 T-square pipe Ø 125 mm (5") and a anti-bursting chemney regulator to connect over the
gas exchanger
• 1 draught accelerator to extract the exhaust of burn gas, to connect at the chimney
Extra accessories for barrier machine :
• 1 tube of glue and foam joint
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Mechanical installation
Preparation of the ground :
- Carefully degrease the ground at place of rubber bolsters of the machine.
Electrical safety device :
- As rubber is a very good electric insulating material, the earthing of the machine is
compulsory.
To move the machines :
- It is compulsory to lift the machine from the ground not to damage rubber bolsters and
weighting device.
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Instructions for installation of the washer with barrier partition
The barrier partition (O) (provided by customer) should be assembled before the installation of
the machine.
Centre and align the washer-extractor with the frame (P) 50 x 100 mm (2x4") (provided by
customer).
Stick the foam joint (R) with glue on the barrier frame (P).
Let dry before starting the machine.
Machine type
690
890
1080
Size A (mm/inch)
1425/56.1
1655/65.16
1885/74.21
Size B (mm/inch)
2025/79.72
2025/79.72
2025/79.72
Size C (mm/inch)
2015/79.33
2015/79.33
2015/79.33
Size D (mm/inch)
1395/54.92
1625/63.97
1855/73.03
A
P
50
100
R
R
P
C B
O
O
100
D
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Waters connections
Washer extractors are assembled in standard execution with two waters inlet.
One hot water and one hard water. On option, a third water inlet (soft) is possible.
The hereunder example sketch shows the connection of the machine to the different inlets.
U
Manual stop valve DN 40 (1"½ BSP)
(provided by customer)
X
Nipple 1"½-1"¼ (provided by customer)
Z
Joining piece (male) (1"¼ BSP) +
collars (provided)
Y
Flexible pipe DN 32 length : 50 cm
(20") (provided)
D
Hot water inlet DN 32 (1"¼ BSP female)
E
Hard water inlet DN 32 (1"¼ BSP
female)
F
Cold soft water inlet (option) DN 32
(1"¼ BSP female)
A
Washer-extractor
Water supply pressure, 50 kPa (7.25 psi)
mini.
Water supply pressure, 300 kPa (43.5 psi)
maxi.
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Steam connection
The inlet pipe to the machine has to be fit with a manual stopping valve to ease installation and
maintenance and a flexible steam supply pipe to allow reliable running of automatic weighting
system.
Hereunder values apply to the steam pressure :
Recommended pressure : 300-600 kPa (3 at
6 kg/cm²) (43.5 at 87 psi)
Limiting of values :
mini. 100 kPa (1 kg/cm²) (14.5 psi)
maxi. 600 kPa (6 kg/cm²) (87 psi)
Connection size : DN 25 (1" BSP male).
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Connect the steam installation on the top of
the machine (see example sketch).
A
Washer-extractor
S
Steam inlet
Y
Manual stop wheel valve
DN 25 (1" BSP)
(provided by customer)
P
Steam filter
DN 25 (1" BSP) (provided)
F
Steam flexible pipe
DN 25 (1" BSP) (provided)
U
Pipe union (male/female)
DN 25 (1" BSP) (provided)
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You can drill the machine's steam diffuser to
adjust the steam flow according to the
supply pressure.
Hereunder chart sums up different possibilities.
Notice
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4 holes to
countersink
Tow winden
only on
type xxx
Steam
diffuser
Steam
inlet
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Adjusting the diameter for drilling the steam diffuser according to the
pressure
Machine
690
890
1080
1 bar
Ø x mm
Ø x mm
Ø x mm
2 bar
Ø x mm
Ø x mm
Ø x mm
3 bar
Ø x mm
Ø x mm
Ø x mm
4 bar
Ø x mm
Ø x mm
Ø x mm
5 bar
6 bar
(standard
pressure)
Ø x mm Ø x mm
Ø x mm Ø x mm
Ø x mm Ø x mm
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Drain connection
The machine's exhaust sleeve is outside diameter 110 mm (4.33"). It is located underneath the
machine.
The waste water collector diameter 200 mm (7.87") (manufactured by customer) should have a
3 cm/m (3 %) slope and resist to a temperature of 90°C (194°F). It should be connected to the
waste water general network in accordance with local codes and regulations.
Adapt and connect the machine's exhaust sleeve to the waste waters' collector (rubber bend
and connection nozzle are supplied in the machine with collars).
Drawing of drain connection to waste waters' collector
Connect the durit to the connect nozzle.
Put them both in the 300 x 300 mm (12x12") hole.
Seal and fix the nozzle in the hole using 2 screws.
Them connect the durit to the drain's evacuation sleeve.
Ø 110
120
Drain's evacuation sleeve
Connection durit
100
Connection nozzle
300 x 300
Ø 200
290 x 290
Waste water collector
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Air vent connection
The air vent of the drum opens on the top of
the machine. Connect the bent hose to this
opening.
Air vent
Connect the air vent, to the outside of the
laundry in accordance with tte legislation.
The air vent should resist to 100°C (212°F)
temperature and allow the condenses to
return to the machine.
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Installation of the gas exchanger (690 machine only)
The gas exchanger can be installed indifferently on the left or on the right of the machine according to the available place. Holes are provided on the sole of the machine on the two sides.
CAUTION
The machine should be installed in conformity with the regulations and
standards enforced and situated in a correctly ventilated room.
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Machine type
Units
690
A
Length of exchanger
mm/inch
1110/43.7"
B
Dimension of output exchanger
mm/inch
1040/41"
C
Dimension of evacuation pipe
mm/inch
645/25.39"
D
Evacuation of burn gas
mm/inch
Ø 125/5"
E
Exchanger bottom output
mm/inch
Ø 36/40 (1"1/2)
F
Exchanger bottom input
mm/inch
Ø 36/40 (1 1/2")
G
Gas connection
mm/inch
DN 20 (3/4" BSP female)
W
Filter
X
Input machine/exchanger
Y
Output machine/exchanger
Z
Hole for electric cable to gas exchanger
Side view
430/17”
A
100/4”
E
470/18.5”
F
G
G
F
35/1.38”
X
Ø 125/5”
Y
Z
440/17.32”
520/20.47”
E
2465/97”
Y
W
F
G
270/
10.5”
X
>0.50 m & <1.80 m
>20” & <71”
Top view
215/8.45”
935/36.”
E
230/9”
D
W
E
250/
C 10”
80/3.15”
F
B
Front view
>0.50 m & <1.80 m
>20” & <71”
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Connection of the evacuation pipe of the gas exchanger.
Fresh air inlet
To allow the gas exchanger to work at ist
best, it is important that the laundry air inlet
passes throught an opening from the
outside.
The fresh air arrival must be equivalent to
the volume of evacuated air.
In order to prevent drafts in the room, the
best solution is to place the air inlet behind
the machine.
5xA
It is essential that the rooms should be
ventilated.
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The free section of the air inlet must be five
times greater than the section of the evacuation pipe.
Do not forget to allow for the fact that grills often occupy half the total area of the free air
opening.
Evacuation duct
It is recommended that a separate smoothwalled evacuation duct should be connected to each
machine, providing the least possible resistance to air.
Check that the shaft flow is at least twice the capacity of the gas exchanger draught
accelerator.
• Draught accelerator maximum flow rate with no pressure : 260 m³/h (152 cfm).
• Maximum pressure available with no flow : 27 mm H2O (1"H2O).
• Maximum admissible head loss on evacuation : 15 mm H2O (0.6"H2O) at point (P).
• Average temperature of exhaust coming out of the gas exchanger : 140°C (284°F).
Provided an upper ventilation of 7 dm² (1.1 sq. ft) and a lower one of 14 dm² (1.5 sq. ft) in
your laundry.
These conditions are absolutely essential for the correct working of the machine.
For gas heating, the required combustion fresh air supply should be not less than 2 m3/h per
kW, either 80 m3/h (47 cfm) minimum .
NOTE : if the flow is insufficient due to an excessive pressure loss, a safety pressure switch
will automatically switch the heating off.
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Installation of the exhaust of
burn gas
A
P
Ø 125
D
5xA
A
500
- Connect the whole set of pipes on your
cheminey pipe, that is to say :
- 1 aluminium pipe (A) lenght 500 mm (20")
on the exchanger.
-1 T-square (B) pipe + 1 regulator (C).
-1 aluminium pipe (A) length 500 mm (20").
-1 draught accelerator (D).
B
C
It is necessary to install the gas
exchanger at the ground level.
500
A
>0,50 m
<1,80 m
D0777
Evacuation of burn gas from a machine with gas heating must never be
connected to the evacuation used for a dry cleaning machine or other
machine of the same type.
Installation of the chemney regulator
For a correct running of the installation, this
chimney regulator must always have its axle
of rotation of his flap perfectly horizontal.
1
3
7
2
8
0
4
9
The adjustment toothed wheel has to be
positioned on the mark no 7.
5
6
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Gas connection
CAUTION
The installation, connection and gas arrival adjustments for the machine
must be done by qualified personnel only.
The customer must install a filter and a manual stop valve on the supply side of the
machine if NATURAL GAS is used.
For BUTANE 28-30 mbar or PROPANE 37 or 50 mbar, the customer must install a filter, a
manual closing valve and a pressure reducer.
Check that the diameter of injectors is adequate for the king of gas of your installation (see
table). The machine is delivered with extra injectors in a plastic envelope. There is also a sheet
metal plate with a cork joint or an adjusting head to feed the machine with another gas.
Connect the installation at the exchanger : DN 20 (3/4" BSP).
A : gas burner
B : ignition and control electrodes
C : ignitor
D : injectors
E : gas admission
A
B
C
D
E
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The gas exchanger is adjusted at the plant to be suitable for the kind of gas specified on the
order. If you have to supply your machine with gas in a family different from the gas for which
your machine was adjusted, proceed as follows.
Testing pressures
According to the EN 437 standard, the values of the testing pressures mentioned in our various
documents are values for static pressure taken at the gas inlet connection of the machine ; the
heating of the machine being on.
Changing to a gas in the same
family (type H or L)
• Change the 3 injectors with joints and if
necessary, adjust the air flow (see tables of
correspondences).
Changing to a gas in a different
family (from type H or L to
butane or propane)
• Change the 3 injectors with joints (see tables
of correspondences)
• Unscrews the fixing screws (V) and remove
the adjusting head (J) as well as its cork (T),
keep these parts in case a change would by
necessary.
• Replace it by the cork (L) and the plate (P).
• Screw the two screws and block.
• Adjust the air flow (see tables of
correspondences).
D0291
Changing a gas from one family to another (from butane or propane to
type H or L)
• Change the 3 injectors with joints (see tables of correspondences)
• Unscrews the fixing screws (V) and remove the plate (P) as well as the cork (L), keep these
parts in case a change would by necessary.
• Set the cork (T) and the adjustment head (J).
• Screw the two screws and block.
• Adjust the air flow (see tables of correspondences).
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IMPORTANT
Adjustments should be made by qualified personnel only.
Adjustement and chesking of the outlet pressure
The gas outlet pressure of the electrovalve is
adjusted at the factory. If you have to make
another adjustment, proced as follows.
A
Inlet
B
Outlet
D
Outlet pressure regulator adjustment
screw plug.
E
Inlet pressure tapping
F
Outlet pressure tapping
T
Head regulation
1- Close the gas inlet and remove the
binding screw from the pressure tapping (F)
and connect the manometer tube.
2- The electricity supply must be energized
otherwise gas will not be supplied to the burner.
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3- Open and check the gas inlet main burner
using the manometer on the pressure
tapping (F).
4- Remove the pressure regulator cap (D).
5- Using a screwdriver, slowly turn the
adjustment screw until the required pressure
(P) is indicated on manometer (see tables on
the following pages).
Turn the adjustment screw clockwise to
increase and counter-clockwise to decrease
gas pressure.
F
P
6- Reset the pressure regulator cap, close
off the gas inlet, remove the manometer tube
and put the binding screw back in (F).
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Legend of symbols used
I:
II:
1:
2:
3:
H:
L:
E:
LL :
Esi :
B:
P:
B/P :
3+ :
machine working with only one gas family
machine working with two gas families
1st family : caol gas or town gas (for information : not used here)
2nd family : natural gas
3th family : liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)
natural gas with high calorific value (type G20)
natural gas with low calorific value (type G25)
natural gas with high and low calorific value (type G20)
natural gas with low calorific value (type G25)
natural gas with high and low calorific value with adjustment (type G20)
butane gas (type G30)
propane gas (type G31)
butane and propane gas (type G30 and G31)
butane/propane gas with couple of pressure 30/37 (type G30 and G31)
Qn (Hi) : nominal heat emission express in relation to the net calorific value
Mn : nominal mass (for butane/propane gas)
Vn : nominal volume (for naturel gas)
AT :
BE :
CH :
DK :
DE :
ES :
Austria
Belgium
Switzerland
Denmark
Germany
Spain
FI :
FR :
GB :
GR :
IE :
IT :
Finland
France
Great Britain
Greece
Irland
Italy
LU :
NL :
NO :
PT :
SE :
Country
For safety
reasons use
only original
TYPE : _______________
SERIAL N° : ___________
Qn (Hi) : ___
PROD. N° : ____________
kW
CAPACITY : ____ l ; ___,_ kg
G __
___
mbar
P. MAX. : _____ W
Mn/Vn : ___ __/
__.__ kW
ISOL. CLAS : _ _
_____ W
Type : _____
__.________
___ V __
__ Hz
G20 - __ mbar
___ A
G25 - __ mbar
G30 - __ mbar
____ __ ____
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Date : __/__/____
__
ELECTROLUX SYSTEMES
DE BLANCHISSERIE
10430 Rosières-près-Troyes
FRANCE
Luxemburg
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Sweden
Category
Gas
Pressure (mbar)
AT
I2H
G20
20
DE
I2E
I3P
G20
G31
20
50
BE
I2E(S)B
I3P
G20/G25
G31
20/25
37
I2H
G20
20
II2ESI3P
G20/G25
G31
20/25
37/50
ES-GR-IE
PT-CH-GB
II2H3P
G20
G31
20
37
ES-CH
II2H3P
G20
G31
20
50
NL
II2L3P
G25
G31
25
50
LU
I2E
G20
20
DA-FI-SE-IT
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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES - Washer-Extractor 690
Category
Type
of gas
index
Working
supply
pressure
in mbar
*2E, 2H, G 20
2ESI
20
2L, 2ESI G25
25
Hi
Ø of
injectors
in mm
Pressure at
injectors
in mm H2O
Heat
emission
Qn in kW
(Hi)
Consumption
Mn in
kg/h **
Consumption
Vn in
m³/h**
34.02
2.90
153
40
-
2.81
3.20
154
40
-
3.36
1.85
regulator out
of operation
40
2.12
-
1.70
regulator out
of operation
40
2.12
-
MJ/m³
29.25
MJ/m³
3P
G31
37
46.34
MJ/kg
3P
G31
50
46.34
MJ/kg
* For Belgium, no work is allowed between G20 and G25.
** normal cycle : prewash 3 min at 35 °C, drain. 2 min, main wash 4 min at 65 °C, drain 2 min, rinse 2 min, extract. 2 min, rinse 2 min,
extract 2 min, rinse 2 min, extrac. 10 min (cold water supply at 15 °C).
Note :
G20 (H) = natural gas, Lacq type (20 mbar)
G25 (L) = natural gas, Groningue type (20 or 25 mbar)
G31 = propane gas (28/30, 37, 50 mbar)
20 mbar = 0.29 psi
25 mbar = 0.36 psi
28 mbar = 0.41 psi
30 mbar = 0.43 psi
50 mbar = 0.72 psi
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IMPORTANT
Tightness test after installation
The gas leak test is performed as follows :
1/ Paint pipe joints, pilot gas tubing connections and inspect outlets with
rich soap and water solution ; do not use an aggressive soap.
2/ Put the machine into service. Bubbles indicate a gas leak.
3/ Eliminate this leak.
NOTE : After all intervention, re-seal (red varnish) the following adjustment
organs :
- regulator of pressure.
In case of changing of gas, the stick for the adjustment has to be modified.
Check-out
Before leaving, put the appliance into operation and allow to run a
complete cycle. Watch to ensure that all burner system components
function correctly.
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Liquid detergents' connection
The machine is equiped with a connection
for the use of external liquid detergents.
External liquid
detergents
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CAUTION
Liquid detergents are particularly aggressive. We advise you to use
only products with pH lower than 9 in order to avoid the machine's
rubbers from being attacked.
Dilute imperatively all of your detergents before letting them flow
into the machine.
ADVISE IF USING LIQUID DETERGENTS
After use, there is always chemical remaining in the liquid detergents'
dosing pipes.
When the machine is not running, this detergent may slowly drip and
so, quickly corrode the parts in contact with.
In order to avoid (ex. corrosion of the drum or by bleach), we advise
you to forecast a device to drain every night the distribution pipes of
the liquid detergents.
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CAUTION
The running of detergents must be independent from the running of
the machine.
The control information of detergents must imperatively be relayed.
It is imperative to use armoured wires for every connection in the
electrical box.
Connection scheme of liquid
detergents
We advise you to use one of the two systems shown hereby to connect your liquid
detergents.
Water
Soap box rinsing
electrovalve
Pump
Dose
controller
Liquids detegents
Single inlet dose controller with a compulsory rinsing device.
3 way valve
Scoops + Rinsing
Water
Retention tank
Towards retention
tank
Retention tank
Washer
extractor
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Water
Multi inlet dose controller with a compulsory rinsing device.
Soap box rinsing
electrovalve
Pump
Dose
controller
Liquid detergents
3 way valve
Scoops + Rinsing
Water
Retention tank
Towards retention
tank
Retention tank
Washer
extractor
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Washer-extractor electricity power supply
CAUTION
Prior to use, the washer-extractor should be plugged into a correctly
earthed power socket complying with the standards in force.
SAFETY
The electrical installation of the machine must be undertaken by qualified personnel.
CAUTION
Ensure that the electrical voltage is correct and that the power of
your supply is sufficient, before connecting the machine.
The use of power electronics (variator or filter for example) may lead to unexperted release of
breakers with 30 mA differential current device.
To avoid these untimely activations, you ought to use differential protecting systems with
residual current only, having a high level of immunity as regards leakage transient current.
This type of breaker should thus be avoided, or a value of 300 mA maximum should be
observed according to standard NFC 15100 paragraph 532.2.6.
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Pass the power supply cable of the machine
through the stuffing box on the top of the
machine.
Stuffing
box
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For each machine, install a fixed multipole
circuit breaker (or fuses protector) in the
laundry main cabinet.
L1
3
L1
L2
L2
L3
L3
PE
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Connect the power supply cable on the
machine main switch.
Connect the 3 phases on the main switch
(see marks L1, L2, L3) and connect the
earth wire on the earth terminal (PE) of this
main switch.
L1 L2 L3
(check operation, see chapter No. 10).
L1 L2
L3
PE
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Connection diagrams for the control circuit power supply transformer (T1)
as a function of the various customer power supply voltages.
The tension of the control circuit delivered by the transformer must be 230 volts, single-phase.
The supply tension for your machine is normally of 400 volts between 2 phases, this tension
can however be different. The following schemes show how to adjust the tension at the
secondary of the transformer.
Measure the power supply voltage at the
transformer primary with a voltmeter between the transformer 0 and 400 volts
terminals.
- If the voltage is equal to 400 volts, do not
touch the transformer connection which
must be as shown in the adjacent figure.
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- If the voltage is > 400 volts (for example :
420 or 430 volts), connect the wires to the
transformer as shown in the adjacent figure.
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- If the voltage is significantly < 400 volts(for
example : 370 or 380 volts), connect the
wires to the transformer as shown in the
adjacent figure.
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The feeder cable sections mentioned in our literature are given only as a guide.
To obtain a value perfectly suited to your own application and which takes account of the
different correction factors in respect of your plant, refer to the tables below.
Table 1 (in accordance with EN Standard 60204-1)
Values given for :
- Cable with copper conductors
- Cable with PVC insulation (for other insulants see Table 3)
- Ambient temperature 40 °C max. (for others see Table 2)
- Three-phase cable under load without including starting currents
- BT / C/ E cable layout.
Maximum Admissible Current
Cable section
Seated in Cable Duct
or Cable Trough
Wall
Fixing
Cable
Tray
B2
C
E
3 x 1.5 mm² ................ 12.2 A .................... 15.2 A ..................... 16.1 A
3 x 2.5 mm² ................ 16.5 A ...................... 21 A ....................... 22 A
3 x 4 mm² ................... 23 A ........................ 28 A ....................... 30 A
3 x 6 mm² ................... 29 A ........................ 36 A ....................... 37 A
3 x 10 mm² .................. 40 A ........................ 50 A ....................... 52 A
3 x 16 mm² .................. 53 A ........................ 66 A ....................... 70 A
3 x 25 m² ................... 67 A ........................ 84 A ....................... 88 A
3 x 35 mm² .................. 83 A ....................... 104 A ..................... 114 A
3 x 50 mm² ..................... - .......................... 123 A ..................... 123 A
3 x 70 mm² ..................... - .......................... 155 A ..................... 155 A
Ambient
Temperature
Table 2
(correction factors for different ambient
temperatures)
Correction
Factor
30°C (86°F) .................
35°C (95°F) .................
40°C (104°F) ................
45°C (113°F) ................
50°C (122°F) ................
55°C (131°F) ................
60°C (140°F) ................
Table 3
(correction factors for different cable insulating materials)
Insulating
material
Max. Working
Temperature range
Correction
factor
PVC ...............................70°C (158°F) ............................ 1.00
Natural or Synthetic Rubber ...........60°C (140°F) ............................ 0.92
Silicone Rubber .................... 120°C (248°F)........................... 1.60
1.15
1.08
1.00
0.91
0.82
0.71
0.58
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Table 4
(B2, C and E correction factors for cable grouping)
Number
of cables
B2
Seated in
Cable Duct
C
Wall Fixing
or Cable Trough
E
Cable
Tray
1
2
4
6
9
1.00
0.80
0.65
0.57
0.50
1.00
0.85
0.75
0.72
0.70
1.00
0.87
0.78
0.75
0.73
The total current included for using Table 1 should be the maximum rated current for the machine divided by the product of the different correction factors. Other correction factors may
also be applied ; consult the cable manufacturers.
Calculation : Example
- The machine has a rated current of 60 A.
- The ambient temperature is 45 °C ; Table 2 gives a correction factor of 0.91.
- Rubber cable insulant : Table 3 gives a correction factor of 0.92.
- The cable is fixed directly to the wall (Column C), with 2 cables side by side. Table 4 gives a
correction factor of 0.85.
60 A
Total current : ----------------------- = 84 A
0.91 x 0.92 x 0.85
Taking Column C in Table 1 (wall fixing), we obtain a minimum cable section of : 3 x 25 mm².
Machine
type
Heating
Supply
Voltage
Installed
Power
690
690
Steam/T.F
Electric
380/415 V 3+T ~ 50/60 Hz 11.7 kW
380/415 V 3+T ~ 50/60 Hz 65.7 kW
27 A
3 x 40 A 4 x 6 mm²
100.5 A 3 x 125 A 4 x 25 mm²
3 x 32 A
3 x 125 A
890
890
Steam/T.F
Electric
380/415 V 3+T ~ 50/60 Hz 15.7 kW
380/415 V 3+T ~ 50/60 Hz 87.7 kW
33 A
135 A
3 x 40 A
3 x 160 A
1080
1080
Steam/T.F
Electric
380/415 V 3+T ~ 50/60 Hz
380/415 V 3+T ~ 50/60 Hz
19 kW
- kW
Rated
Intensity
42 A
-A
Main
Switch
Connection
Cable
Section
3 x 40 A 4 x 6 mm²
3 x 160 A 4 x 25 mm²
3 x 50 A
3x-A
4 x 6 mm²
4 x - mm²
Fuse
3 x 50 A
3x-A
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Compressed air connection
The customer should arrange the installation
of filter/lubricator device, as well as a pressure regulator (manometer) on the machine's compressed air supply.
The manual stopping valve lockable in
closed position (supplied) should be installed on the machine's compressed air
supply.
Compressed
air
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The supply pipe should accept a pressure of
at least 1 Mpa (10 bar) (145 psi).
• Connection diameter : rapid action hose
coupling DN 6 (1.24") for hose Ø 6/8 mm.
Nota : to avoid too big head losses, the
compressed air supply pipe should be
bigger in diameter than the coupling
diameter (DN 8 for example) ; in this
case, put a 6/8-8/10 adapter.
• Advised pressure : 550-700 kPa
(5.5-7 bar) (80-120 psi)
• Minimum pressure: 550 kPa (5.5 bar) (80 psi)
• Maximum pressure : 700 kPa (7 bar) (102 psi)
• Consumption 50 l/h
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Remove of the transport locks fitted
CAUTION
Before putting the machine into service, it is compulsory to remove
the 4 transport locks fitted.
To do so, remove the front and rear casings,
then the fixing screws of the transportation
bridles (B).
Keep the transport locks fitted with their
screws and bolts to be able to assemble
them again in case you would need to lift the
machine.
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1 2
6
4 5
9
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Nota : Never handling the machine without the transportation bridles.
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Instructions to fit the safety flanges
Take the transport flanges (A), these can be
used to clamp the machine to the ground.
Position the two flanges on each side, leave
a gap of about 5 mm between the flange and
the base of the machine, centre the finger of
the flange opening.
Mark the place of the drilling hole for the
fixing pin (B) and drill the holes for fixing of
flanges (holes diam. 12 mm depth 60 mm).
Put the pins in the flanges, position the
flanges and screw.
A
B
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Operating inspection
Before putting the machine into service, carry out the working tests.
The operating inspection must be done by an approved technician.
Manual operation
The procedure for operating the various machine functions manually is described in the chapter
"Machine operation" under the heading "Manual operation".
• Switch on the machine's main switch and check the voltage on the three phases (3 x 400
volts).
Washer-extractor barrier types
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• Check the direction of rotation of the
cage during spinning. The cage should
rotate as shown by the arrow on the
hereby drawing. Check this point especially if you have changed the machine's
motor or frequency converter.
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• Check the direction of rotation of the motion motor fan (see arrow stuck on the fan).
Switch off the current and shift two phases on the main switch of the machine if the fan
rotates in the wrong direction.
• Check the direction of rotation of the circulating pump and of the draught accelerator gas
heating.
Note : The exchangers of the gas heated machines have a water circulating pump.
Before the first start of the machine, you must check if this pump is priming well.
Therefore, it is necessary to fill the machine with water and to run only the circulating pump,
without heating, by pushing, with an isolated screwdriver, on the manual control of the
exchanger's KM3 contactor.
To be sure that the pump is well primed (10 to 15 secondes), you must pay attention to a
change in the running noise when the water goes through the circuit.
• Check that the cage is empty.
• Open the manual valves controlling the water, gas or steam supplies.
• Operate the machine manually to fill with cold water, then hot water. Check that these water
supplies are connected as they should be.
• Start the machine on wash action, and check that the motor is revolving alternately in the
both ways, as normal for wash action.
• Start heating by programming a final temperature. Check that the steam valve opens or the
heating element relay reacts, as appropriate.
• Check that the detergents container is working as they should.
• Check the water and steam connections and the drain valve for signs of any leakages.
• Empty the water from the machine and open its door.
Automatic operation
• Check that the external switch or switches are switched on and that the manual valves for
water and steam or gas are open.
• Run one of the machine's built-in (standard) with heating.
• Check that the program proceeds normally, and the water filling, detergent filling, heating
and motor action are all working in accordance with the program display on the display
screen.
Final checking
If all function checks have been satisfactory, reassemble all protection casings.
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Auxiliary controls
Emergency stop
The emergency stop must be unblocked, if not the machine will not work (to unblock, turn the
red button to the right).
If the machine for some reason has to be stopped, abnormal or dangerous running, press
emergency stop button.
Nota : it is necessary to wait for 30 seconds before resetting after any action on the emergency
stop.
Release the emergency stop, by turning it clockwise only after checking what motivated this
stop.
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Gas exchanger
Two indicators are situated on the top of the
gas exchanger.
1
2
Ä White indicator (1) light = "gas heating
On".
Ä Yellow indicator (2) light = "ignition gas
burner fault indicator".
The yellow indicator remains on if a fault
occurs when the gas burner ignites, the gas
heating does off and the machine stops
functioning. Verify the working of the gas
exchanger. If la fault remains, consult your
after-sales service.
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The control board on the loading side includes the following :
Ä Indicator (1) "fix light" = loading or
unloading cycle running.
Indicator (1) "flashing light" = door
opening possible.
2
4
Ä Push-button (2) :
a) change of compartment ;
b) cage rotation in loading position.
Ä Drum door opening push-button (3).
Ä Emergency stop (4).
1
3
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The control board on the unloading side includes the following :
6
Ä Indicator (5) "fix light" = loading or
unloading cycle running.
Indicator (5) "flashing light" = door
opening possible.
8
Ä Push-button (6) :
a) change of compartment ;
b) give back control to loading side.
Ä Drum door opening push-button (7).
Ä Emergency stop (8).
5
7
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Automatic operation
Preparation
Sort the linen according to the instructions mentioned on the care labels.
Empty the pockets and clasp the slide fasteners.
Loading side
Display of the Clarus Control main menu
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
GO TO THE MENU
At first starting of the day, the green light of the auxiliary board is off
Press on the push-button
.
DOOR OPENING.
• The cage rotates to bring the first premier compartment in loading position.
• During this rotation, this light stays off
.
• The green light flashes when the cage is positioned
(this state is effective after a
complete washing cycle).
Press on the push-button
DOOR OPENING.
• The door unlocks.
Open the loading side door using the handle.
• Press on the safety lock and on upper and lower doors at the same time with both hands.
Open the cage doors until complete opening.
Be careful, to hold the doors until complete opening.
Load the linen into the drum making sure of its correct distribution.
If you use nets to wash the linen, it is better to use several nets, three or four in the same
compartment rather than one or two to load the machine. Finish the load with loose linen if
necessary.
Make sure note to over load the machine.
Close the cage doors (check the good running of the mechanical safety lock by push on the
cage doors).
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Close the drum door for locking.
• The light becomes fix again
Press on the push-button
.
CAGE ROTATION to bring the second compartment in
loading position.
• During the cage positioning, the green light stays off
.
• The green light flashes again when the cage is positioned
Press on the key
.
DOOR OPENING.
• The door unlocks
Open the loading side door using the handle.
Press on the safety lock and on upper and lower doors at the same time with both hands.
Open the cage doors until complete opening.
Be careful, to hold the doors until complete opening.
Load the linen into the cage making sure of its correct distribution.
If you use nets to wash the linen, it is better to use several nets, three or four in the same
compartment rather than one or two to load the machine. Finish the load with loose linen if
necessary.
Make sure note to over load the machine.
Close the cage doors (check the good running of the mechanical safety lock by push on the
cage doors).
Close the drum door for locking.
• The green light stays off
.
The machine is now ready to start the washing cycle.
Nota : you should absolutely load both drum's compartments before launching washing cycle.
The machine does not start, the green light stays on, if the condition is not fullfilled.
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Add detergent and other laundry products.
If you are using the machine's built-in detergent dispensers, add the required detergent and
other laundry products in the compartments.
WARNING !
Take care when adding laundry products. Powder or liquids left in the
compartments (scoops) may be corrosive.
ATTENTION
Do not open the cover when the water valves are flushing water through
the detergent dispenser. Take care when adding laundry products.
Detergent dispenser
The detergent dispenser has five compartments. Each compartment is connected to a water
valve. The water supply to individual compartment is as follows :
Compartment
Valve
Water
P1
Y9
warm
P2
Y13
warm
L1
Y11
cold
L2
Y10
cold
L3
Y12
cold
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Dosage of the detergents
Pour the detergents in the containers according to the program.
P1 : powder product (prewash)
P2 : powder product (wash)
L1 : liquid product (ex : chlorine)
L2 : liquid product (ex : neutralizer)
L3 : liquid product (ex: softener)
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Rinsing of the soap box
Rinse the inside, every days with water, the
detergents container.
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Display screen
Card reader for
memory cards
Numeric keyboard
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
GO TO THE MENU
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2
3
4
5
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Function keys.
The functions of these keys change, depending on
which menu or part of a menu you are using. Their
current functions at any time are shown on the
display immediately above each key.
During a wash : "Pause" key.
Before and after a wash, and during programming : "Move
back key".
By pressing this key repeatedly you can move backwards
through the menus you have navigated through. This will
always bring you back to the menu shown on the display in
this illustration.
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To run a wash program
The « Move back » key
If you find you are in the
wrong place, or if you want to
undo earlier key presses :
The « Move back » function
Each press of the « Move back » key moves you back
one menu, in reverse order.
By pressing this key repeatedly you can return to this
menu at any time :
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Press the « Move back »
key one or more times
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
GO TO THE MENU
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To start the wash program
RUN A PROGRAM
GO TO THE MENU
If the menu is not currently
displayed :
Press
repeatedly.
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RUN A WASH PROGRAM
GO TO THE MENU
If « GO TO THE MENU » is
highlighted :
Press .
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
GO TO THE MENU
When « RUN A WASH
PROGRAM » is highlighted :
Press SELECT.
Two way of starting a program
By entering the actual program number
Enter the actual program number if you know it,
then press SELECT.
By starting from the program library (see section
«To start a wash program from the program
library»)
If you are unsure about the programs available,
you can select a program from the program library,
where the programs are listed with their
descriptions.
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Here you can select programs from the program libraries. See the section entitled "To start a wash program
from the program library".
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
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Displayed here will be the
number of the most frequently used program. S993 would
indicate the number of a program on a memory card.
Press this key if you want
to select program.
Use the numeric key to
enter the program number.
If you have entered a wrong number…
Enter the correct number to overstrike the earlier one.
Note: you must always enter three digits, even when
the number is really only a one or two-digits number.
Examples :
The program number required is 9. Enter 009 to
overstrike all digits in the wrong number.
The program number required is 19. Enter 019 to
overstrike all digits in the wrong number.
Press SELECT.
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
If you have a memory card in
the program control unit, and
the program you selected is
both on the memory card and
in the PCU, you will be asked
"FROM PCS OR SMC ?".
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Press PCS if you want to
take the program from the
PCU.
Press SMC if you want to
take the program from the
memory card.
In some of the text shown on
the display, Clarus Control is
referred to as PCS and the
memory card is referred to as
SMC.
Memory cards
A memory card is a plastic card, the size of a credit
card, with an electronic memory chip inside it. This
card is capable of storing 10 to 15 wash programs of
normal size. If the programs are mostly small ones,
more of them can be stored, whereas larger programs
will reduce the number which can be held by the card.
Memory cards of this type can be used to :
• transfer wash programs from one washer extractor
to another
• run wash programs straight from the card
• transfer wash programs from a PC to a memory
card and from a memory card to a PC (these
procedures, and how to write a wash program on a
PC, are described elsewhere).
Memory cards are described in detail in the section
entitled "The Memory card".
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Delayed start time
(hrs:mins)
Nom du programme
If you want to see the
description of the program :
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Press TEXT .
Pressing « Text » displays more information
The text displayed is a description of the wash
program selected. This text description is inserted
when a new wash program is created. This procedure
is described fully in the programming manual.
Choose 1 or 2 :
1 To start the program now :
Press START.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
2 Delayed start
Use the numeric keys to
enter a time (max. 24 hrs).
This parameter appears on
the right of the display.
Press START.
DELAYED START
Time left before the machine is
to start :
If you want to cancel the
delayed start :
Press EXIT.
Delayed start
Delayed start means that the machine will not start the
wash program until the time entered has elapsed.
This function allows you, for example, to load the
machine in the evening, but delay the start of the
wash until early the next morning, to end in time for
the next shift.
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During a wash program :
to make the
Press
machine pause during the
wash program.
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The following information is
displayed during the wash
program :
Current program step
Time left for this program step
11. Machine
operation
INSTRUCTION
HANDBOOK
Two ways of pausing during a wash program
There are two ways of pausing during a wash
program :
.
1 By pressing
2 As an additional function. This is described in
section « Pause ».
To change parameters in the current program
step :
Certain program step parameters can be altered
during the course of the program. In the example
(left), the length of the program step and the heating
temperature can be altered.
Set temperature
991 NORMAL 95 °C STD
PROGRAM STEP : MAIN WASH
STEP TIME :
SET TEMPERATURE :
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE :
REMAINING TIME :
DRUM SPEED :
1
720 SEC
85 °C
21 °C
70 MIN
48 RPM
Actual temperature
Remaining program time
Drum speed
RAPID ADVANCE :
PAUSE
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STEP TIME
SET TEMPERATURE
-----------------------------------------------------------------RAPID ADVANCE
PAUSE
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRAM
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTARTS
If required :
Select a function using the
cursor keys.
Press SELECT.
Additional functions during the program
Rapid advance (see section « Rapid advance »)
Rapid advance through the program to the
program step required. Rapid advance can be
used to move both forwards and backwards
through the program.
Pause (see section « Pause »)
The machine stops. The drain valve remains
closed. Alternative method for pausing during
program :
.
Press
Manual functions (see section « Manual operation
during program operation »)
The following functions can be controlled manually
during the course of the program :
- all water valves, drain and pumps (where
applicable).
- limit highest extraction speed.
- motor on/off after end of wash program.
- flush detergent.
Text (see section « Text »)
Display description of wash program (if available).
Select a different wash program (see section "To
change the wash program after program operation
has commenced")
You can switch to using a different wash program
at any stage during the wash. Once this function
has been selected, the current step (for example,
rinse) of the earlier program will be allowed to
finish and then the new program will start (from the
beginning).
Change temperatures scale °C or °F (see section
« To change temperatures scale °C/°F »)
Auto restart (see section « Auto restart »)
Here you enter the number of times you wish the
wash program to restart automatically.
To terminate a program before it has finished
• Select RAPID ADVANCE and press SELECT.
Advance to « END OF PROGRAM » and press
SELECT.
• Wait until « THE DOOR IS OPEN » appears on the
display.
• Now the door can be opened.
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INSTRUCTION
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To start a wash program from the program library
RUN A PROGRAM
GO TO THE MENU
If this menu is not currently
display :
Press
reapetedly.
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RUN A WASH PROGRAM
GO TO THE MENU
If « GO TO THE MENU » is
highlighted :
Press ñ .
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
GO TO THE MENU
When « RUN A WASH
PROGRAM » is highlighted :
Press SELECT.
Waht is the program library ?
The program library lists all wash programs, both user
and standard programs, showing their program
numbers and a description, for example :
1
2
3
991
992
993
994
995
996
997
998
999
MY OWN 40°C (104°F)
MY OWN 60°C (140°F)
MY OWN 90°C (194°F)
NORMAL 95°C (203°F) STD
NORMAL 60°C (140°F) STD
NORMAL 40°C (104°F) STD
INTENSIVE 95°C (203°F)
INTENSIVE 60°C (104°F)
PERM. PRESS 60°C (140°F)
PERM. PRESS 40°C (104°F)
LOW EXTRACT 1 MIN
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
Each time a new program is stored in the machine
program memory, its number and description will be
inserted automatically into the program library.
The program library may be used for starting a wash
program, but is also used in programming, when a
wash program needs to be modified or if a new
program is to be created on the basis of an existing
one.
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RUN A WASH PROGRAM
To select a program from
the PCU program labrary :
11. Machine
operation
INSTRUCTION
HANDBOOK
Select library via menu
You can also select the program library via the option
"GO TO THE MENU". Then select "WASH
PROGRAM LIBRARY".
MENU
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MAKE A CHOICE :
Press PCS.
If there is a memory card in
the PCU and you wish to
select a program on that :
WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
Press SMC.
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WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
SETTINGS 2
EXIT
LIBRARY
PR. NO. NAME
991
NORMAL 95 °C STD
992
NORMAL 60 °C STD
993
NORMAL 40 °C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95 °C
995
INTENSIVE 60 °C
996
PERM. PRESS 60 °C
997
PERM. PRESS 40 °C
Press the required
number of times...
3591
991
NORMAL 95 °C STD
992
NORMAL 60 °C STD
993
NORMAL 40 °C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95 °C
995
INTENSIVE 60 °C
996
PERM. PRESS 60 °C
997
PERM. PRESS 40 °C
998
LOW EXTRACT 1 MIN
999
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
... to highlight the wash
program required.
Press SELECT.
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INSTRUCTION
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RUN A WASH PROGRAM
Delayed start time (hrs:mins)
Program name
If you want to see the
description of the program :
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Press TEXT .
Choice 1 or 2 :
1 to start the program now :
Press START.
Pressing ”Text” displays more information
The text displayed is a description of the wash
program selected. This text description is inserted
when a new wash program is created. This procedure
is described fully in the programming manual.
2 Delayed start
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Use the numeric keys to
enter a time (max. 24 hrs).
This parameter appears on
the right of the display.
Press START.
DELAYED START
Time (in hours and minutes) left
before the machine is to start.
If you want to cancel the delayed
start :
Press EXIT.
The functions wich are available
during program operation are
described in section « To
change parameters in the
current program step » and
« Auto restart ».
Delayed start
Delayed start means that the machine will not start the
wash program until the time entered has elapsed.
This function allows you, for example, to load the
machine in the evening, but delay the start of the
wash until early the next morning, to end in time for
the next shift.
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INSTRUCTION
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To change parameters in the current program step
991 NORMAL 95 °C STD
STEP TIME :
SET TEMPERATURE :
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE :
REMAINING TIME :
DRUM SPEED :
1
720 SEC
85 °C
21 °C
70 MIN
1000 RPM
RAPID ADVANCE :
PAUSE
During program operation the
display will look like this (see
section « To start the wash
program »).
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You can alter the following parameters :
Prewash, Main wash, Rinse, Drain, Soak, Rinse
repeat
Length of program step (max. 9998 seconds),
heating temperature (max. 97°C) (205°F).
Extract
Length of program step (max. 3600 seconds),
extraction speed.
Press ñ one or more times …
ATTENTION
Never program a temperature above
to 90°C (195°F).
991 NORMAL 95 °C STD
STEP TIME
SET TEMPERATURE :
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE :
RAMAINING TIME :
DRUM SPEED :
1
720 SEC
85 °C
21 °C
70 MIN
1000 RPM
… to highlight the time
required.
RAPID ADVANCE :
PAUSE
Press SELECT.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Use the numeric keys to enter
the ew parameter.
If you have entered the wrong parameter
Continue pressing numeric keys to overstrike the
incorrect parameter.
Note : always use the same number of digits as used
on the display to overstrike the incorrect parameter.
Example :
To change the time for the program step to 30
seconds, enter 030 to overstrike the earlier parameter.
0
Press SELECT.
WARNING
If you happen to make your own program, you must not input cold water
in the cage while this later has a washing bath at 85°C (185°F), with the
cage stopped. It is compulsory that the cage turns while letting in cold
water.
A bad programming can, in this particular case, be the cause of the breakage of the doors' windows.
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INSTRUCTION
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Rapid advance
991 NORMAL 95 °C STD
PROGRAM STEP : MAIN WASH
STEP TIME :
SET TEMPERATURE :
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE :
REMAINING TIME :
DRUM SPEED :
1
720 SEC
85 °C
21 °C
70 MIN
48 RPM
During program operation the
display will look this (see section
« To start the wash program »).
•
•
RAPID ADVANCE :
PAUSE
•
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To terminate a program before it has finished
Select RAPID ADVANCE and press SELECT.
Advance to "END OF PROGRAM" and press
SELECT.
Wait until "THE DOOR IS OPEN" appears on the
display.
Now the door can be opened.
Check that « RAPID
ADVANCE » is highlighted.
STEP TIME
SET TEMPERATURE
RAPID ADVANCE
PAUSE
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRAM
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTARTS
If it is not highlighted :
Press ñ or ò one or more
times to highlight « RAPID
ADVANCE ».
Press SELECT.
991 NORMAL 95 °C STD
RAPID ADVANCE
PREWASH
EXTRACT
MAIN WASH
EXTRACT
RINSEE
1
1
1
2
1
Press ñ or ò one or more
times to highlight the program
step you wish to advance to.
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PREWASH
EXTRACT
MAIN WASH
EXTRACT
RINSE
EXTRACT
RINSE
EXTRACT
RINSE
EXTRACT
END OF PROGRAM
1
1
1
2
1
3
2
4
3
5
Press SELECT.
Rapid advance works in both directions
Rapid advance works in both directions, using ( ò )
and ( ñ ).
Using rapid advance to move forwards allows you to
skip one or more program steps. Using rapid advance
backwards allows you to repeat one or more program
steps.
Automatic return to normal display
Once you have selected any of the functions below,
you must make any changes required within 20
seconds. If no further keys are pressed within 20
seconds, the display will revert automatically to its
normal appearance during a wash program.
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INSTRUCTION
HANDBOOK
Show weight (for machines with weighing equipment installed only)
991 NORMAL 95 °C STD
PROGRAM STEP : MAIN WASH
STEP TIME :
SET TEMPERATURE :
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE :
REMAINING TIME :
DRUM SPEED :
1
720 SEC
85 °C
21 °C
70 MIN
1000 RPM
During program operation, the
display will look like this (see
section "To start the wash
program").
RAPID ADVANCE :
SHOW WEIGHT
Show weight
The actual weight is shown in large digits on the
display (weight display mode).
If the weighing equipment is not connected, the error
message "FUNCTION NOT ALLOWED" will appear.
See the section "Fault-finding, weighing equipment" in
the machine manual.
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STEP TIME
SET TEMPERATURE
RAPID ADVANCE
SHOW WEIGHT
NO WATER REDUCTION
PAUSE
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRA
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTART
Press or one or more
times to highlight « SHOW
WEIGHT ».
Press SELECT.
CLARUS CONTROL
Weight display mode :
The actual net weight is shown
in large digits on the display.
Return to normal display
The display will return to normal at the end of the "time
for weight display" set as a parameter in Settings 1.
The manufacturer’s default parameter is 20 seconds.
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To end weight display sooner
Press
or use the numeric keys to enter a new
program number.
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INSTRUCTION
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No water reduction (for machines with weighing equipment installed only)
991 NORMAL 95 °C STD
PROGRAM STEP : MAIN WASH
STEP TIME :
SET TEMPERATURE :
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE :
REMAINING TIME :
DRUM SPEED :
1
720 SEC
85 °C
21 °C
70 MIN
1000 RPM
During program operation, the
display will look like this (see
section "To start the wash
program").
RAPID ADVANCE :
SHOW WEIGHT
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STEP TIME
SET TEMPERATURE
RAPID ADVANCE
SHOW WEIGHT
NO WATER REDUCTION
PAUSE
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRA
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTART
Press or one or more
times to highlight « NO
WATER REDUCTION ».
Press SELECT.
No water reduction
The wash load is weighed during the program and the
water level is adjusted automatically according to its
weight. If the load is not a full one, the water level will
be reduced according to a water level reduction table.
You can switch off water level reduction at any stage of
a program.
Note that if you select "NO WATER REDUCTION", this
applies only to the program currently running. The next
time a program is started, water level reduction will
occur automatically again.
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INSTRUCTION
HANDBOOK
Pause
991 NORMAL 95 °C STD
PROGRAM STEP : MAIN WASH
STEP TIME :
SET TEMPERATURE :
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE :
REMAINING TIME :
DRUM SPEED :
1
720 SEC
85 °C
21 °C
70 MIN
1000 RPM
During program operation the
display will look this (see section
« To start the wash program »).
RAPID ADVANCE :
PAUSE
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SET TIME
Two ways of pausing during a wash program
Note that you must be in normal wash mode to be
able to pause in this way. If, for example, you are
using "Manual Functions", you will have to exit that
first before you can use Pause.
There are two ways of pausing during a wash
program :
1 As an additional function. This is described in this
section.
.
2 By pressing
SET TEMPERATURE
-----------------------------------------------------------------RAPID ADVANCE
PAUSE
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
When the machine pauses :
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRAM
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTARTS
Press or one or more
times to highlight « PAUSE ».
Press SELECT.
991 NORMAL 95 °C STD
3588
Press START o restart the
wash program.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Program operation is halted.
Filling is halted (where applicable).
Heating is halted (where applicable).
The motor stops.
The drain valve remains closed.
The door cannot be opened.
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INSTRUCTION
HANDBOOK
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Manual operation during a program
991 NORMAL 95 °C STD
PROGRAM STEP : MAIN WASH
STEP TIME :
SET TEMPERATURE :
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE :
REMAINING TIME :
DRUM SPEED :
1
720 SEC
85 °C
21 °C
70 MIN
48 RPM
During program operation the
display will look this (see section
« To start the wash program »).
RAPID ADVANCE :
PAUSE
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STEP TIME
SET TEMPERATURE
-----------------------------------------------------------------RAPID ADVANCE
PAUSE
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRAM
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTARTS
Press or one or more
times to highlight « MANUAL
FUNCTIONS ».
Press SELECT.
Two types of manual operation
There are two types of manual operation, which
should not be confused :
• Manual operation during a program
These functions are described in this section.
• Manual operation when no program is running
These functions are described in section "Manual
operation".
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INSTRUCTION
HANDBOOK
Automatic return to normal display
Once you have selected any of the functions below,
you must make any changes required within 20
seconds. If no further keys are pressed within 20
seconds, the display will revert automatically to its
normal appearance during a wash program.
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
MAKE A CHOICE :
WATER / DRAIN
HIGH EXTRACT
MOTOR
DETERGENT / FLUSH
EXIT
3679
WATER / DRAIN
HIGH EXTRACT
MOTOR
DETERGENT / FLUSH
EXIT
Use the cursor key to select
the function.
Press SELECT.
Manual functions during a wash program
Water/drain (see section "Water/drain")
Allows manual operation of all water valves and
the drain valve.
Highest extraction speed (see section "Maximum
extraction speed")
Here you can limit the maximum extraction speed
for the current program.
Motor (see section Motor on after wash")
Motor on/off after program has ended.
Detergent valves (see section "Detergent signals
and water flushing")
Allows you to control all valves in the detergent
compartment or in external detergent supply
system.
INSTRUCTION
HANDBOOK
11. Machine
operation
Water / drain
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
WATER / DRAIN
COLD WATER
MIXED WATER
HOT WATER
COLD HARD WATER
WATER FROM TANK 1
WATER FROM TANK 2
LEVEL : 63 UNITS
3680
To access this function, see
instructions in section « Manual
operation ».
Water level in drum.
Use and to select the
water/drain option you require.
COLD WATER
MIXED WATER
HOT WATER
COLD HARD WATER
DRAIN
EXIT
Press OPEN.
The function will be activated for
as long as you press and hold
this key. The function ceases as
soon as you release the key.
COLD WATER
MIXED WATER
HOT WATER
COLD HARD WATER
WATER FROM TANK 1
When you have finished :
Press repeatedly to
highlight « EXIT ».
WATER FROM TANK 2
DRAIN
EXIT
Press SELECT.
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INSTRUCTION
HANDBOOK
Maximum extraction speed
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
HIGH EXTRACT
CURRENT MAXIMUM EXTRACT SPEED : 1000 RPM
SELECT NEW EXTRACT SPEED :
To access this function, see
instructions in section « Manual
operation ».
1000 RPM
Maximum extraction speed in
current program.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Enter the maximum extraction
sped you require for this
program.
To limit the program’s highest extraction speed
This function allows you to modify the highest
extraction speed allowed during the program.
Example :
Assume that the highest speed in the program is
1000 rpm and that you have set 700 rpm as the
highest speed allowed.
All speeds above 700 rpm will be limited to
700 rpm
RPM
1000
Press SELECT.
Speeds below 700 rpm
will not be affected
800
600
400
200
Time
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This change will affect the current program only. No
change will be implemented if extraction is taking
place at the time of the (attempted) change.The next
time that this program is used, the original maximum
speed will apply.
This function does not allow you to set a higher
speed than the usual maximum speed for the
program.
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operation
INSTRUCTION
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Motor on after wash
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
MOTOR
MOTOR ON AFTER WASH
EXIT
3683
N
To access this function, see
instructions in section « Manual
operation ».
A toggle function :
Use Y/N to toggle the function
from Y (Yes) to N (No).
Motor to rotate after program has ended
If you answer Yes (Y) :
The motor will continue to rotate in alternative
directions after the program has ended. This prevents
creasing of the load.
When the program has ended, the display will look like
this :
1250$/ƒ&67'
When you have finished :
Press ò to highlight « EXIT ».
0272521$)7(5:$6+
(;,7
Press SELECT.
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Press STOP to stop the motor.
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INSTRUCTION
HANDBOOK
Detergent signals and water flushing
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
DETERGENT / FLUSH
WATER FLUSH
FLUSH COLD POWER
POWDER SIGNAL 1
POWDER SIGNAL 2
POWDER SIGNAL 3
POWDER SIGNAL 4
To access this function, see
instructions in section « Manual
operation ».
3684
Use and to select the
function you require.
WATER FLUSH
FLUSH COLD POWER
POWDER SIGNAL 1
POWDER SIGNAL 2
POWDER SIGNAL 3
POWDER SIGNAL 4
POWDER SIGNAL 5
LIQUID DETERGENT 1
LIQUID DETERGENT 2
LIQUID DETERGENT 3
LIQUID DETERGENT 4
LIQUID DETERGENT 5
LIQUID DETERGENT 6
LIQUID DETERGENT 7
LIQUID DETERGENT 8
LIQUID DETERGENT 9
LIQUID DETERGENT 10
LIQUID DETERGENT 11
LIQUID DETERGENT 12
LIQUID DETERGENT 13
EXIT
Press OPEN.
The function will be actived for
as long as you press and hold
this key. The function ceases as
soon as you release the key.
WATER FLUSH
FLUSH COLD POWER
POWDER SIGNAL 1
POWDER SIGNAL 2
POWDER SIGNAL 3
POWDER SIGNAL 4
POWDER SIGNAL 5
LIQUID DETERGENT 1
LIQUID DETERGENT 2
LIQUID DETERGENT 3
LIQUID DETERGENT 4
LIQUID DETERGENT 5
LIQUID DETERGENT 6
LIQUID DETERGENT 7
LIQUID DETERGENT 8
LIQUID DETERGENT 9
LIQUID DETERGENT 10
LIQUID DETERGENT 11
LIQUID DETERGENT 12
LIQUID DETERGENT 13
EXIT
When you have finished :
Press repeatdly to highlight
« EXIT ».
Press EXIT.
Detergent signals and water flushing
FLUSH WATER :
This function uses water to clear detergent from the
supply tubes of the detergent dispensing system.
POWDER SIGNAL :
This function will either :
a) use water to dispense detergent from machine
compartments, or :
b) dispense detergent from an external system.
The number of valves present will vary according to
the machine type.
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Text
991 NORMAL 95 °C STD
PROGRAM STEP : MAIN WASH
STEP TIME :
SET TEMPERATURE :
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE :
REMAINING TIME :
DRUM SPEED :
1
720 SEC
85 °C
21 °C
70 MIN
1000 RPM
During program operation the
display will look this (see section
« To start the wash program »).
Pressing ”Text” displays more information
The text displayed is a description of the wash
program selected. This text description is inserted
when a new wash program is created. This procedure
is described fully in the programming manual.
RAPID ADVANCE :
PAUSE
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STEP TIME
SET TEMPERATURE
-----------------------------------------------------------------RAPID ADVANCE
PAUSE
MANUAL FONCTIONS
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRAM
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTARTS
Press or one or more
times to highlight « TEXT ».
Press SELECT.
991 NORMAL 95 °C STD
Description of wash program.
PROGRAM STEP : MAIN WASH
1
NORMAL PROGRAM FOR MEDIUM SOILED
CLOTHES
TEXT
AUTO RESTARTS
To return to the normal display :
3630
Press SELECT again.
Automatic return to normal display
If you do not press SELECT within 20 seconds, the
display will revert automatically.
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INSTRUCTION
HANDBOOK
To change the wash program after program operation has commenced
991 NORMAL 95 °C STD
PROGRAM STEP : MAIN WASH
STEP TIME :
SET TEMPERATURE :
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE :
REMAINING TIME :
DRUM SPEED :
1
720 SEC
85 °C
21 °C
70 MIN
48 RPM
During program operation the
display will look this (see section
« To start the wash program »).
RAPIDE ADVANCE
PAUSE
3694
To change the wash program after program
operation has commenced
You can change to a different wash program at any
time during program operation. When you do, the
current function (for example, rinse) will be
interrupted. The new program will start immediately
after that (from the beginning).
This function is useful, for example, if you discover
that you have started the wrong program.
STEP TIME
SET TEMPERATURE
-----------------------------------------------------------------RAPID ADVANCE
PAUSE
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRAM
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTARTS
Press or one or more
times to highlight « SELECT
NEW WASH PROGRAM ».
Press SELECT.
991 NORMAL 95 °C STD
SELECT NEW PROGRAM AND PRESS SELECT
PR. NO. NAME
991
NORMAL 95 °C STD
992
NORMAL 60 °C STD
993
NORMAL 40 °C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95 °C
995
INTENSIVE 60 °C
996
PERM. PRESS 60 °C
3695
991
NORMAL 95 °C STD
992
NORMAL 60 °C STD
993
NORMAL 40 °C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95 °C
995
INTENSIVE 60 °C
996
PERM. PRESS 60 °C
997
PERM. PRESS 40 °C
998
LOW EXTRACT 1 MIN
999
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
Press one or more times as
required...
... to highlight the new wash
program.
Press SELECT.
996 PERM PRESS 60 °C
PROGRAM STEP : PREWASH
STEP TIME :
NO HEATING
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE :
DRUM SPEED :
RAPID ADVANCE
PAUSE
1
120 SEC
21 °C
48 RPM
The existing wash program will
not be interrupted and the new
one will begin.
Automatic return to normal display
If no key is pressed within 20 seconds, the display will
revert automatically.
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INSTRUCTION
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To change temperature scale °C/°F
991 NORMAL 95 °C STD
PROGRAM STEP : MAIN WASH
STEP TIME :
SET TEMPERATURE :
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE :
REMAINING TIME :
DRUM SPEED :
1
720 SEC
85 °C
21 °C
70 MIN
1000 RPM
During program operation the
display will look this (see section
« To start the wash program »).
RAPIDE ADVANCE
PAUSE
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STEP TIME
SET TEMPERATURE
-----------------------------------------------------------------RAPID ADVANCE
PAUSE
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRAM
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTARTS
Press or one or more
times to highlight
« CHANGE °C/°F ».
Press SELECT.
To change temperature scale °C/°F
This function changes the temperature scale used for
all temperatures displayed during the wash program.
Please note that this scale change applies only to the
current program. The default temperature scale will
apply next time you run a program.
To change the default temperature scale for all
programs, use the function "SETTINGS", which is
described in the Service Manual.
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Auto restart
991 NORMAL 95 °C STD
PROGRAM STEP :MAIN WASH
STEP TIME :
SET TEMPERATURE :
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE :
REMAINING TIME :
DRUM SPEED :
1
720 SEC
85 °C
21 °C
70 MIN
1000 RPM
During program operation the
display will look this (see section
« To start the wash program »).
RAPIDE AVANCE :
PAUSE
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STEP TIME
SET TEMPERATURE
-----------------------------------------------------------------RAPIDE AVANCE
PAUSE
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRAM
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTART
Press one or more times
to highlight « AUTO
RESTART ».
Press SELECT.
991 NORMAL 95 °C STD
PROGRAM STEP : MAIN WASH
STEP TIME :
NO HEATING
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE :
1
300 SEC
AUTO RESTART
Shows the number of time the
program will restart.
19 °C
DRUM SPEED :
70 RPM
0
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
If required :
Use the numeric keys to
change the required number
of restarts.
Press SELECT.
What is Auto restart ?
Auto restart means that the same program will be
repeated one or more times, according to the number
set. The program will restart immediately, and the
door will remain locked. If you have set auto restart,
the display will show the number of restarts left.
This function is used primarily for testing.
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Manual operation
To select manual operation
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
GO TO THE MENU
If this menu is not currently
displayed :
Press
repeatedly.
Press to highlight « GO
TO THE MENU ».
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RUN A WASH PROGRAM
GO TO THE MENU
Press SELECT.
MENU
MAKE A CHOICE :
WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
3685
Press six times...
WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
MANUAL MODE
SETTINGS 2
EXIT
Two types of manual operation
There are two types of manual operation, which
should not be confused :
• Manual operation when no program is running
These functions are described in this section.
• Manual operation during a program
These functions are described in section "Manual
operation".
... to highlight "MANUAL
MODE".
Press SELECT.
Always lock the door first !
You must always close and lock the door first before
you can operate the machine manually.
To lock the door, use the submenu MOTOR/DOOR,
see section "Motor/door".
All manual settings are cancelled when you
exit manual operation
All manual settings (such as door, motor, temperature,
and drain) will be cancelled when you exit manual
operation.
The door is unlocked, the motor stops, the drain
opens, heating is halted, and the temperature is reset
to zero.
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MANUAL MODE
MAKE A CHOICE
MOTOR / DOOR
WATER / DRAIN
HEATING
DETERGENT / FLUSH
EXIT
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MOTOR / DOOR
WATER / DRAIN
HEATING
DETERGENT / FLUSH
EXIT
Select the function required
using the cursor keys
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Manual operation when no program is running
Motor/door (see section "Motor/door")
Lock/unlock door. Switch motor on/off (normal
drum action).
Water and drain valves (see section "Water/
drain")
Operation of drain valve and all water valves.
Heating (see section "Heating")
Heat water to any temperature required.
Detergent valves (see section "Detergent signals
and water flushing")
Allows manual operation of all valves in detergent
compartment or external detergent supply system.
Exit
Returns you to the MENU diplay.
Press SELECT.
Motor/door
MANUAL MODE
MOTOR / DOOR
DOOR LOCK ON
MOTOR ON
EXIT
N
N
To access this function, see
instructions in section « To
select manual operation ».
Press as required to select a
function.
3687
DOOR LOCK ON
MOTOR ON
EXIT
A toggle function :
Use Y/N to toggle the function
from Y (Yes) or N (No).
When you have finnished :
Press to highlight "EXIT".
DOOR LOCK ON
MOTOR ON
EXIT
Press SELECT.
Lock the door and start the motor
DOOR LOCK ON
If you answer Yes (Y) :
The door will be locked. Note that you must always
lock the door before you can operate the machine
manually.
MOTOR ON
If you answer Yes (Y) :
The motor will start and operate, using normal
action.
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INSTRUCTION
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Water/drain
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
WATER / DRAIN
DRAIN CLOSED
COLD WATER
MIXED WATER
HOT WATER
COLD HARD WATER
WATER FROM TANK 1
N
To access this function, see
instructions in section « To
select manual operation ».
LEVEL : 0 UNITS
3688
Use or to select Drain or
one of the six Water filling
alternative.
DRAIN CLOSED
SOFT WATER
MIXED WATER
HOT WATER
COLD HARD WATER
WATER FROM TANK 1
WATER FROM TANK 2
EXIT
Drain (a toggle function) :
Press Y/N to toggle the
function from Yes (Y) and
No (N).
Water filling :
Press OPEN.
The function will be activated for
as long as you press and hold
this key. The function ceases as
soon as you release the key.
When you have finnished :
Press to highlight « EXIT ».
DRAIN CLOSED
SOFT WATER
MIXED WATER
HOT WATER
CLOD HARD WATER
WATER FROM TANK 1
WATER FROM TANK 2
EXIT
Press SELECT.
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Heating
To access this function, see
instructions in section « To
select manual operation ».
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
HEATING
SELECT SET TEMPERATURE
0 °C
Temperature selected
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE
24 °C
Actual temperature
3689
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Use the numeric key to enter
the temperature the water is
to be heated do.
0
Press START.
Heating will now begin.
If you wish, you can cancel
heating before the set
temperature is reached :
Access this function again
and press STOP.
ATTENTION
Never program a temperature above
to 90°C (194°F).
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Detegent signals and water flushing
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
DETERGENT / FLUSH
WATER FLUSH
FLUSH COLD POWER
POWDER SIGNAL 1
POWDER SIGNAL 2
POWDER SIGNAL 3
POWDER SIGNAL 4
To access this function, see
instructions in section « To
select manual operation ».
3684
Use and to select the
function you require.
WATER FLUSH
FLUSH COLD POWER
POWDER SIGNAL 1
POWDER SIGNAL 2
POWDER SIGNAL 3
POWDER SIGNAL 4
POWDER SIGNAL 5
LIQUID DETERGENT 1
LIQUID DETERGENT 2
LIQUID DETERGENT 3
LIQUID DETERGENT 4
LIQUID DETERGENT 5
LIQUID DETERGENT 6
LIQUID DETERGENT 7
LIQUID DETERGENT 8
LIQUID DETERGENT 9
LIQUID DETERGENT 10
LIQUID DETERGENT 11
LIQUID DETERGENT 12
LIQUID DETERGENT 13
EXIT
WATER FLUSH
FLUSH COLD POWER
POWDER SIGNAL 1
POWDER SIGNAL 2
POWDER SIGNAL 3
POWDER SIGNAL 4
POWDER SIGNAL 5
LIQUID DETERGENT 1
LIQUID DETERGENT 2
LIQUID DETERGENT 3
LIQUID DETERGENT 4
LIQUID DETERGENT 5
LIQUID DETERGENT 6
LIQUID DETERGENT 7
LIQUID DETERGENT 8
LIQUID DETERGENT 9
LIQUID DETERGENT 10
LIQUID DETERGENT 11
LIQUID DETERGENT 12
LIQUID DETERGENT 13
EXIT
Press OPEN.
The function will be activated for
as long as you press and hold
this key. The function ceases as
soon as you release the key.
When you have finnished :
Press repeatedly to
highlight « EXIT ».
Press SELECT.
Detergent signals and water flushing
FLUSH WATER :
This function uses water to clear detergent from the
supply tubes of the detergent dispensing system.
POWDER SIGNAL :
This function will either :
a) use water to dispense detergent from machine
compartments, or :
b) dispense detergent from an external system.
The number of valves present will vary according to
the machine type.
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At the end of the wash
For your safety, the door can only be open after 40 seconds.
Standard machines (unloading side)
At the end of the washing cycle, one of the two compartments of the drum is automatically
positioned to be unloading.
• The green light of the auxiliary board is off
Press on the key
DOOR OPENING.
• Automatic unlock of the cage doors and drum door.
Open the unloading side door using the handle.
Open the cage doors until complete opening.
Unload the linen from the drum.
Close the cage doors (check the good running of the mechanical safety lock by push on the
cage doors).
Close the drum door.
• Automatic lock of the drum door.
• The green light becomes on fix
Press on the push-button
.
CAGE ROTATION to bring the second compartment in
unloading position.
• During the drum positioning, the green light stays off
• The green light flashes again when the drum is positioned
Press on the key
.
.
DOOR OPENING.
• Automatic unlock of the cage doors and drum door.
• The green light stays off
.
Open the unloading side door using the handle.
Open the cage doors until complete opening.
Unload the linen from the cage.
Close the cage doors (check the good running of the mechanical safety lock by push on the
cage doors).
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Close the drum door.
• Automatic lock of the drum door.
• The green light becomes on fix
Press on the push-button
.
CAGE ROTATION, the drum slightly rotates to bring a
compartment in loading position.
• The green light stays off
.
Loading side
• The green light
new washing cycle.
flashes to advise that the machine is now ready for the launching of a
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Statistics
To select "Statistics"
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
GO TO THE MENU
If this menu is not currently
diplayed :
Press
repeatedly.
Press to highlight « GO TO
THE MENU ».
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RUN A WASH PROGRAM
GO TO THE MENU
Press SELECT.
MENU
MAKE A CHOICE :
WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
3691
Press five times…
WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
MANUAL MODE
… to highlight
« STATISTICS ».
SETTINGS 2
EXIT
Press SELECT.
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INSTRUCTION
HANDBOOK
STATISTICS
TOTAL RUN TIME HOURS
TOTAL TRIP RUN TIME HOURS
HOURS SINCE LAST SERVICE
LAST 5 ERROR CODES
PROGRAM
08 NO HEATING
991
08 NO HEATING
996
08 NO HEATING
993
08 NO HEATING
991
08 NO HEATING
991
0
0
0
HOURS
0
0
0
0
0
To display the next page of
"statistics" :
Press ò .
3690
STATISTICS
PROGRAM
2
12
78
991
993
997
999
WASHES
4
0
0
35
1
0
0
PROGRAM
10
52
123
992
994
998
WASHES
0
0
0
3
0
0
To display the next page of
"statistics" :
Press ò .
3958
STATISTICS
PROGRAM
S 1
S 5
S 80
S 99
S 992
S 994
S 996
S 998
4040
WASHES
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
PROGRAM
S 2
S 6
S 90
S 991
S 993
S 995
S 997
S 9989
WASHES
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
If a memory card is in place in
the PCU, the memory card
program statistics will be
displayed. An « S » before the
program number shows that it
is a memory card program.
When you want to cancel to the
display of statistics :
Press EXIT.
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The Statistics function
The Statistics function gives you access to the
following information :
TOTAL RUN TIME HOURS :
Shows the total operating time for the machine
since it was installed.
TOTAL TRIP RUN TIME HOURS :
This register records the total number of operating
hours since it was last reset. It can, for example, be
used to keep track of operating time since the last
machine service. The procedure for resetting it is
described in section "To reset "Total trip run
time hours" to zero".
HOURS SINCE LAST SERVICE
This register shows the time elapsed since the last
service. The register can also be used to generate
a signal on the display to show when service is
needed (see the section ”Settings 1” in the service
manual).
LAST 5 ERROR CODES :
This displays the most recent error codes, and tells
which program was operating at the time and
during which hour (according to the "total run time"
record) the error code was flagged.
NO. OF TIMES EACH PROGRAM USED :
Displays statistics for PCU programs and for
programs on any memory card currently in place in
the PCU.
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Resetting statistics registers
581$:$6+352*5$0
If the menu is not currently
displayed :
GO TO THE MENU
Press
repeatedly.
Press ò to highlight « GO TO
THE MENU ».
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RUN A WASH PROGRAM
GO TO THE MENU
Press SELECT.
Statistics registers which can be reset to zero
The following registers in the statistics function can be
cleared (reset to zero) :
• Total trip run time hours.
• Hours since last service.
• No. of times each program used (PCU programs).
• No. of times each program used (programs on any
memory card currently in the PCU).
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MENU
MAKE A CHOICE :
WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
3693
Press four times...
The service mode may only be used by
authorised personnel, because all safety
interlocks are disabled when it is in use.
PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
... to highlight « SERVICE
MODE ».
MANUAL MODE
SETTINGS 2
EXIT
Press SELECT.
PRESS BUTTON
CPU BOARD
To prevent unauthorised or accidental use
To access this function, you must first press the
button on the CPU circuit board. This is to prevent
unauthorised or accidental use of the service
program.
Press the button on the PCU
circuit board.
4209
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE :
SERVICE PROGRAM
CLEAR TRIP HOUR COUNTER
CLEAR SERVICE COUNTER
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN PCS
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN SMC
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
4042
SERVICE PROGRAM
CLEAR TRIP HOUR COUNTER
Now you can choose either to
clear/reset a register or to adjust
the weighing equipment.
3972
Press to highlight the
option you want, then
press SELECT.
If you wish to exit :
Press repeatedly until
EXIT is highlighted.
CLEAR SERVICE COUNTER
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN PCS
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN SMC
MEMORY CARD
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
EXIT
Press SELECT.
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Time counter « service time » and « last service »
SERVICE MODE
MAKE A CHOICE :
SERVICE PROGRAM
CLEAR TRIP HOUR COUNTER
CLEAR SERVICE COUNTER
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTERIN PCS
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTERIN SMC
EXIT
Both counters can be reset in the
same way.
Press so that « CLEAR TRIP
HOUR COUNTER » or
« CLEAR SERVICE
COUNTER ».
4041
Press SELECT.
SERVICE MODE
First you have a chance to
change your mind.
ARE YOU SURE ?
PRESS SELECT ELSE PRES ANY OTHER KEY
4043
If you do not want to reset the
register :
Press any key other than
SELECT.
If you want to reset the register :
Press SELECT.
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INSTRUCTION
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Number of washes for program in timer or memory card
You can reset program in both
timer and the memory card (if
inserted) :
SERVICE MODE
MAKE A CHOICE :
SERVICE PROGRAM
CLEAR TRIP HOUR COUNTER
CLEAR SERVICE COUNTER
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTERIN PCS
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTERIN SMC
EXIT
Press so that "CLEAR
WASH PROGRAM COUNTER
IN PCS" or "CLEAR WASH
PROGRAM COUNTER IN
SMC".
4044
Press SELECT.
Write from which program
number you want to clear wash
programs.
CLEAR COUNTER
PCS
FROM PROGRAM NUMBER :
0
TO PROGRAMME NUMER :
0
TO END : TO PROGRAM NUMBER = 0
4045
1
2
4
5
3
6
7
8
9
0
Press .
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Write up to which program
number you want to clear wash
programs.
CLEAR COUNTER
PCS
FROM PROGRAM NUMBER :
1
TO PROGRAM NUMBER :
0
TO END : TO PROGRAM NUMBER = 0
4046
1
2
4
5
3
6
7
8
9
0
Press ERASE.
SERVICE MODE
ARE YOU SURE ?
PRESS SELECT ELSE PRES ANY OTHER KEY
4043
Do you want to change your
mind ?
If you do not want to reset the
register :
Press on any button except
SELECT.
If you want to reset the
register :
Press SELECT.
Now the numbers of washes
toy haves marked are erased.
If you want to change any
number you have written:
Press if you want to
change the first written
number. Write the new
number.
If you regret something :
Press
.
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Scale adjustments (for machines with weighing equipment installed only)
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE :
SERVICE PROGRAM
CLEAR COUNTER
CLEAR SERVICE COUNTER
CLEAR WASH COUNTER IN PCS
CLEAR WASH COUNTER IN MEMORY CARD
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
Press ò repeatedly until
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS is
highlighted.
4777
Press SELECT.
SERVICE PROGRAM
When you have finished :
Press ò repeatedly until EXIT
is highlighted.
CLEAR SERVICE COUNTER
CLEAR WASH COUNTER IN PCS
CLEAR WASH COUNTER IN MEMORY CARD
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
EXIT
Press SELECT.
Scale adjustments
The following functions are accessed via the SCALE
ADJUSTMENTS menu :
Reset scale to zero (see section "Reset scale to
zero")
Used to make the weighing equipment display 0
when the machine has no load in it.
Reset tare to zero (see section "Reset tare to zero")
Used to clear a stored tare parameter.
Tare scale (see section "Tare scale")
Used to reset the weighing equipment so that a
weight such as a container will not be included when
calculating net weight.
Set tare to a certain value (see section "Set tare to a
certain value")
Used to enter a value for the tare parameter, a
weight in hectograms.
Read tare value (see section "Read tare value")
Used to check the value currently stored as the tare
parameter.
Calibrate the scale (see section "Calibrate the
scale")
This function is used only on installation of a new
scale unit.
Zero calibration (see section "Zero calibration")
Used to increase the accuracy of the weighing
equipment.
Read version number (see section "Read version
number")
This is where you find the version number of the
weighing equipment.
If the weighing equipment is not connected, the error
message "WEIGHING EQUIPMENT NOT
CONNECTED" will be displayed. Connect the
weighing equipment and try again. If necessary, see
the section "Fault-finding, weighing equipment" in
the machine manual.
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Reset scale to zero (for machines with weighing equipment installed only)
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE :
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
4778
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
Check that "RESET SCALE
TO ZERO" is highlighted.
Reset scale to zero
Reset weighing equipment” is used to make the
weighing equipment display 0 when the machine has
no load in it.
If your attempt to reset the weighing equipment fails at
this point, you will see an error message equivalent to :
"FAILED. PRESS SELECT" on the display. For
troubleshooting, see the section "Fault-finding,
weighing equipment" in the machine manual.
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
ZERO CALIBRATION
READ VERSION NUMBER
EXIT
If it isn't...
Press ñ or ò as required to
highlight "RESET SCALE TO
ZERO".
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
DONE !
PRESS SELECT
This screen shows that the
weighing equipment has been
reset to zero.
4779
Press SELECT.
Please note :
The machine must be unladen when you use this
function, i.e. no water or wash load in the drum.
Please note :
After a power-cut, the weighing equipment will always
display 0, no matter what the actual load in the drum.
In this event you will have to use the "Reset scale to
zero" function.
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Reste tare to zero (for machines with weighing equipment installed only)
Reset tare to zero
If your attempt to clear the tare parameter fails at this
point, you will see an error message equivalent to :
"FAILED. PRESS SELECT" on the display. For
troubleshooting, see the section "Fault-finding,
weighing equipment" in the machine manual.
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE :
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
Press ò once to highlight
"RESET TARE TO ZERO".
4780
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
ZERO CALIBRATION
READ VERSION NUMBER
EXIT
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
RESET TARE TO ZERO
DONE !
PRESS SELECT
This screen shows that the
stored tare parameter has been
cleared.
4781
Press SELECT.
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Tare scale (for machines with weighing equipment installed only)
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE :
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
Press ò twice to highlight
"TARE SCALE".
4782
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
ZERO CALIBRATION
READ VERSION NUMBER
EXIT
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
TARE SCALE
DONE !
PRESS SELECT
This screen shows that the
stored tare parameter has been
cleared.
4783
Press SELECT.
Tare scale
This function involves first loading the drum with, for
example, a container, then taring (resetting) the
weighing equipment so that the weight of the container
will not be included when calculating net weight.
If your attempt to tare the weighing equipment fails at
this point, you will see an error message equivalent to :
"FAILED. PRESS SELECT" on the display. For
troubleshooting, see the section "Fault-finding, weighing
equipment" in the machine manual.
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Set tare to a certain value (for machines with weighing equipment installed only)
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE :
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
Press ò three times to
highlight "SET TARE TO A
CERTAIN VALUE".
4784
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
ZERO CALIBRATION
READ VERSION NUMBER
EXIT
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTEMENTS
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
ENTER TARE IN HG AND
PRESS SELECT
4785
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Use the numeric key to enter
the tare you require, unit :
hectograms ; (1 hectogram =
100 grams).
0
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
DONE !
PRESS SELECT
This screen shows that the
parameter has been entered
successfully.
4786
Press SELECT.
Set tare to a certain value
This function lets you enter a value for the tare
parameter, i.e. a weight value which the weighing
equipment will disregard when showing a net weight on
the display. The function will automatically clear any
earlier tare value when you enter a new one.
If your value is not entered successfully at this point,
you will see an error message equivalent to : "FAILED.
PRESS SELECT" on the display. For troubleshooting,
see the section "Fault-finding, weighing equipment" in
the machine manual.
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Read tare value (for machines with weighing equipment installed only)
Read tare value
This function lets you check the value currently stored
as the tare parameter.
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE :
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
4787
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
Press ò four times to
highlight "READ TARE
VALUE".
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
ZERO CALIBRATION
READ VERSION NUMBER
EXIT
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
READ TARE VALUE
10 HG
This screen shows the stored
tare parameter ; unit :
hectograms (1 hectogram =
100 grams)
4788
Press SELECT.
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Calibrate the scale (for machines with weighing equipment installed only)
Please note :
This function is used only on installation of a new scale
unit.
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE :
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
Press ò three times to
highlight "SET TARE TO A
CERTAIN VALUE".
4789
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
Calibrate the scale
If this calibration has not succeeded you will see an
error message equivalent to: "FAILED. PRESS
SELECT" on the display. For troubleshooting, see the
section "Fault-finding, weighing equipment" in the
machine manual.
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
Please note :
The machine must be unladen at the start of calibartion
; i.e. no water or wash load in the drum.
ZERO CALIBRATION
READ VERSION NUMBER
EXIT
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
PLEASE SET SCALE TO
CALIBRATE MODE
PRESS SELECT
FOR ZERO CALIBRATION
Set the calibration
switch to calibartion
mode.
Calibration mode/normal mode
To gain access to the calibration switch in the scale
unit, the side panel has to be taken off.
Remove the four screws on the scale unit cover.
Then the calibration switch can be switched between
normal mode "NORM" and calibration mode "CAL".
4790
Press SELECT.
NORM (normal)
CAL (calibrage)
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
Calibration switch
DONE !
PRESS SELECT
4791
4758
Press SELECT.
Scale unit
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(for machines with weighing equipment installed only)
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
Put the calibration
weight in the drum.
FILL DRUM WITH CALIBRATION WEIGHT
ENTER WEIGHT IN HG AND PRESS SELECT
4792
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Use the numeric key to enter
the calibration weight in hg,
(1 hg = 100 grams).
0
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
DONE !
PRESS SELECT
4791
Appuyez sur CHOIX.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
Remove the calibration
weight.
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
REMOVE WEIGHT AND PRESS SELECT
4793
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
If you want to use the
"Calibration zero" function
now :
PRESS SELECT FOR ZERO CALIBRATION
4794
Press SELECT.
Calibration weight
A weight of between 40 kg and 400 kg should be used
as a calibration weight.
The higher the weight (within these limits), the better the
weighing accuracy of the machine.
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(for machines with weighing equipment installed only)
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
DONE !
PRESS SELECT
4791
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
RESET SCALE FROM CALIBRATION
MODE AND PRESS SELECT
Restore the calibration
switch to normal
mode.
Calibration mode/normal mode
To gain access to the calibration switch in the scale
unit, the side panel has to be taken off.
Remove the four screws on the scale unit cover.
Then the calibration switch can be switched between
normal mode "NORM" and calibration mode "CAL".
NORM (normal)
4795
CAL (calibrage)
Press SELECT.
Calibration switch
4758
Scale unit
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Zero calibration (for machines with weighing equipment installed only)
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE :
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
4796
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
Press ò six times to
highlight "ZERO
CALIBRATIONN".
Zero calibration
The "Zero calibration" function is used to increase the
accuracy of the weighing equipment. This should be
done once a month.
If this calibration has not succeeded you will see an
error message equivalent to: "FAILED. PRESS
SELECT" on the display.
For troubleshooting, see the section "Fault-finding,
weighing equipment" in the machine manual.
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
Please note :
The machine must be unladen during this calibration,
i.e. no water or wash load in the drum.
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
ZERO CALIBRATION
READ VERSION NUMBER
EXIT
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
If you wish to calibrate zero for
the weighing equipment :
ZERO CALIBRATION
PRESS SELECT FOR
ZERO CALIBRATION
4797
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
This screen shows you have
calibrated zero.
ZERO CALIBRATION
DONE !
PRESS SELECT
4798
Press SELECT.
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Read version number (for machines with weighing equipment installed only)
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE :
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
4799
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
Press ò seven times to
highlight "READ VERSION
NUMBER".
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
ZERO CALIBRATION
READ VERSION NUMBER
EXIT
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
The screen shows the version
number.
READ VERSION NUMBER
STATHMOS AB 3050 REV 00521
4800
Press SELECT.
Read version number
In the event of a fault in the weighing equipment (which
cannot be put right with the aid of the section "Faultfinding, weighing equipment" in the machine manual),
make a note of the version number accessed via this
function before you contact the supplier’s service
department.
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INSTRUCTION
HANDBOOK
Functions "ON/OFF" and "Servo-control pause" by exterior
signals
Description
During a programme, an on/off function and
a servo-control pause can be used to vary
the heating or the starting of a machine in
comparison to another by using an exterior
signal (electric signal).
Connector X15 on I/O CARTE no 1 of CLARUS
Exterior signal in 230 V :
- X15-1 and X15-2 putting into service by servocontrol
- X15-3 and X15-4 heating is halted
X15
The function “servo-control pause” is made
by feeding X15-3 and X15-4 with 230 V.
The heating is cut off, the signal “servocontrol pause” blocks the time deduction
and the other units (rinse, emptying, spin,
etc…) of the machine is still working.
When the electric signal disappears, the
heating is back on.
1
2
3
4
The on/off function is made by feeding X151 and X15-2 with 230 V (just one impulse is
enough) having previously chosen the
washing programme and pushed the button
“SELECT” in order to be in START position.
X15-1
X15-2
X15-3
X15-4
Functioning
PHASE N
230 V
PHASE N
230 V
D0793
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Memory card
General introduction
A memory card is a plastic card, the size of a credit card, with an
electronic memory chip inside it. This memory card is capable of
storing 10 to 15 wash programs of normal size. If the programs are
mostly small ones, more of them can be stored, whereas larger programs will reduce the number which can be held by the memory card.
Memory cards of this type can be used to :
3605
Memory chip
• transfer wash programs from one machine to another
• run wash programs straight from the memory card
• transfer wash programs from a PC to a memory card and from a
memory card to a PC (these procedures, and how to write a
• wash program on a PC, are described elsewhere)
A program stored on a memory card may be given restricted-use
status. This means that :
• The program cannot be deleted or copied to the program control
unit of a washer extractor.
• You cannot alter the program or inspect the way it is written.
• To run the program you have to have the memory card and to insert
it into the program control unit when the program is to be started.
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To select the « Memory card » function
Memory
chip
Turn the memory card so
its memory chip is at the
far end, and on the left of
the card...
3606
Card reader
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
...then insert the memory
card into the program
control unit.
0
4221
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
GO TO THE MENU
If this menu is not currently
displayed :
Press
3589
repeatedly.
Press to highlight « GO TO
THE MENU ».
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
GO TO THE MENU
Press SELECT.
INSTRUCTION
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INSTRUCTION
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11. Machine
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MENU
MAKE A CHOICE :
WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
3596
Press three times…
PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
MANUAL MODE
… to highlight « MEMORY
CARD ».
SETTINGS 2
EXIT
Press SELECT.
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MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO PCS
COPY PROGRAM FROM PCS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
3597
Select the function required
using the cursor keys.
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
Press SELECT.
11. Machine
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INSTRUCTION
HANDBOOK
“The "Memory card" functions
Run wash program straight from memory card
(see section "To run a wash program straight
from a memory card")
A wash program can be run from the memory card,
without first being copied to the washer extractor.
The memory card may be removed from the card
reader after the program has started.
Programs on memory cards may have "restricteduse" status, which means that they can only be run
straight from the memory card, not copied or
modified.
Copy program from memory card to PCS
(see section "To copy a program from a memory
card to the machine´s program control unit")
One or more wash programs can be copied from
the memory card to the memory chip in the
machine’s program control unit. Note that
programs on the memory card with ”restricted-use”
status cannot be copied to the machine memory
chip.
Copy program from PCS to memory card
(see section "To copy a program from the
program control unit to a memory card")
One or more wash programs can be copied from
the memory chip in the machine’s program control
unit to the memory card. The memory card can
hold 10 to 15 wash programs of normal size.
Delete program on memory card (see section "To
delete a program on a memory card")
Clear memory card (see section "To delete all
programs on a memory card")
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To run a wash program straight from a memory card
MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO PCS
COPY PROGRAM FROM PCS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
To access this menu, follow the
instructions in section « To
select the "Memory card"
function ».
3598
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
Highlight « EXECUTE WASH
PROGRAM FROM MEMORY
CARD » (press if
necessary).
To run a program from the memory card
In broad terms, the program control unit has two
different memories. One is a ”program memory”
where all its wash programs are stored, the other is
an "operating memory, which is used to hold the
program currently in use. The program control unit
takes the instructions it needs to run the program from
the operating memory.
When a wash program is started, the correct program
is retrieved from the program memory and copied into
the operating memory.
Press SELECT.
3617
Program memory program control unit
MEMORY CARD
PR. NO.
991
992
993
994
995
996
NAME
NORMAL 95 °C STD
NORMAL 60 °C STD
NORMAL 40 °C STD
INTENSIVE 95 °C
INTENSIVE 60 °C
PERM. PRESS 60 °C
If necessary, use to…
3607
991
NORMAL 95 °C STD
992
NORMAL 60 °C STD
993
NORMAL 40 °C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95 °C
995
INTENSIVE 60 °C
996
PERM. PRESS 60 °C
997
PERM. PRESS 40 °C
998
LOW EXTRACT 1MIN
999
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
Program curently
being used
Operating memory program
control unit
997
991
NORMAL 95 °C STD
992
NORMAL 60 °C STD
993
NORMAL 40 °C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95 °C
995
INTENSIVE 60 °C
996
PERM. PRESS 60 °C
… highligh the wash program
required.
PERM. PRESS 40 °C
A parallel process takes place when a program is
started from a memory card. In other words, the
program is copied from the memory card into the
operating memory, and the machine runs the program
entirely from the set of instructions in the operating
memory.
Press SELECT.
Program memory program control unit
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
Program name
3608
If you want to see the description
of the program (where
available) :
Press TEXT.
Program memory card
1
2
3
4
5
MY OWN 40 °C
MY OWN 60 °C
MY OWN 90 °C
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
MY OWN INTENSIVE
3618
991
NORMAL 95 °C STD
992
NORMAL 60 °C STD
993
NORMAL 40 °C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95 °C
995
INTENSIVE 60 °C
996
PERM. PRESS 60 °C
997
PERM. PRESS 40 °C
998
LOW EXTRACT 1MIN
999
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
Operating memory program
control unit
4
To start program.
Press START (see also section
« To start the wash
program »).
Once the program has started,
the memory card may be
removed from the card reader.
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
That is why you may remove the memory card from
the card reader once the program has started.
Once the program has ended it is erased from the
operating memory.
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INSTRUCTION
HANDBOOK
To copy a program from memory card to the machine's program control
What is a restricted-use program ?
unit
MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO PCS
COPY PROGRAM FROM PCS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
To access this menu, follow the
instructions in section « To
select the "Memory card"
function ».
Note that restricted-use programs on a memory card cannot
be copied.
3609
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO PCS
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
Highlight « COPY PROGRAM
FROM MEMORY CARD TO
PCS » (press or if
necessary).
Press SELECT.
A wash program which has been created on a PC can
be made a "restricted-use" program. This means that :
• The program cannot be deleted or copied to the
program memory of a washer extractor.
• You cannot modify the program or examine its
structure.
• To run the program you must have access to the
memory card, and insert it into the card reader
when the program is to be started.
What happens when a program is copied ?
Both the memory card and the program control unit
have memory chips capable of storing wash
programs. The chip on the card can hold about 10 to
15 programs of normal size, while the chip in the
program control unit has a capacity of several
hundred programs.
MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO PCS
PR. NO. NAME
1
MY OWN 40 °C
2
MY OWN 60 °C
3
MY OWN 90 °C
4
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
5
MY OWN INTENSIVE
Program memory program control unit
If necessary, use to…
3610
Program memory card
1
MY OWN 40 °C
2
MY OWN 60 °C
3
MY OWN 90 °C
4
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
5
...highlight the wash program
required.
MY OWN INTENSIVE
Press SELECT.
1
2
3
4
5
MY OWN 40 °C
MY OWN 60 °C
MY OWN 90 °C
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
MY OWN INTENSIVE
3614
991
NORMAL 95 °C STD
992
NORMAL 60 °C STD
993
NORMAL 40 °C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95 °C
995
INTENSIVE 60 °C
996
PERM. PRESS 60 °C
997
PERM. PRESS 40 °C
998
LOW EXTRACT 1MIN
999
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
When a program is copied from a memory card to the
machine’s program control unit, it is copied, not
moved (not deleted from the card). A copy is
transferred from the chip on the memory card to the
storage chip of the machine program control unit.
Program memory program contorl unit
PROGRAM MEMORY CARD
1
2
3
4
5
MY OWN 40 °C
MY OWN 60 °C
MY OWN 90 °C
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
MY OWN INTENSIVE
3615
4
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
991
NORMAL 95 °C STD
992
NORMAL 60 °C STD
993
NORMAL 40 °C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95 °C
995
INTENSIVE 60 °C
996
PERM. PRESS 60 °C
997
PERM. PRESS 40 °C
998
LOW EXTRACT 1MIN
999
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
The program remains on the memory card, but
another copy of it has now been stored in the program
control unit.
Program memory program control unit
Program memory card
1
2
3
4
5
MY OWN 40 °C
MY OWN 60 °C
MY OWN 90 °C
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
MY OWN INTENSIVE
3616
4
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
991
NORMAL 95 °C STD
992
NORMAL 60 °C STD
993
NORMAL 40 °C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95 °C
995
INTENSIVE 60 °C
996
PERM. PRESS 60 °C
997
PERM. PRESS 40 °C
998
LOW EXTRACT 1MIN
999
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
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Change program number when you copied a program from memory card
to program control unit
Choose 1 or 2 :
MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO PCS
NOW YOU CAN CHANGE NUMBER.
123
JUST PRESS SELECT IF NUMBER IS OK
3611
1
2
4
5
3
6
7
8
9
0
1 If you want to give the
program a different program
number (from the one it had
on the memory card :
Use the numeric keys to
enter the new program
number, the press
SELECT.
2 If the existing number is
suitable :
Press SELECT.
MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO PCS
NOW YOU CAN CHANGE NUMBER
00
PROG. NUMBER EXIST ! OVERWRITE ?
PRESS SELECT OR ANY OTHER KEY
If the number yoy have
choosen is already used :
4114
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1 Select another number.
Enter the new number and
press SELECT.
2 Erase the old program
number.
Press SELECT.
MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO PCS
PROGRAM LOADED
PRESS ANY KEY TO CONTINUE...
After the program has been
copied (it takes only a few
seconds) the menu will look
like this :
If you want to copy more
programs :
3612
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO PCS
COPY PROGRAM FROM PCS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
Press any key to continue.
When you have finished :
Press repeatedly to
highlight « EXIT ».
4115
Press SELECT .
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INSTRUCTION
HANDBOOK
To copy a program from the program control unit to a memory card
MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO PCS
COPY PROGRAM FROM PCS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
Highlight « COPY PROGRAM
FROM PCS TO MEMORY
CARD » (press ñ or ò if
necessary).
3619
What happens when a program is copied ?
Both the memory card and the program control unit
have memory chips capable of storing wash
programs. The chip on the memory card can hold
about 10 to 15 programs of normal size, while the
chip in the program control unit has a capacity of
several hundred programs.
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO PCS
COPY PROGRAM FROM PCS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
Program memory program control unit
Press SELECT.
Program memory card
1
2
3
4
5
NORMAL 95 °C STD
992
NORMAL 60 °C STD
993
NORMAL 40 °C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95 °C
995
INTENSIVE 60 °C
996
PERM. PRESS 60 °C
997
PERM. PRESS 40 °C
998
LOW EXTRACT 1MIN
999
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
3614
MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM PCS TO MEMORY CARD
PR. NO. NAME
991
NORMAL 95 °C STD
992
NORMAL 60 °C STD
NORMAL 40 °C STD
993
994
995
INTENSIVE 60 °C
996
PERM. PRESS 60 °C
If necessary, use ò to…
3620
MY OWN 40 °C
MY OWN 60 °C
MY OWN 90 °C
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
MY OWN INTENSIVE
991
When a program is copied from the machine’s
program control unit to a memory card, it is copied,
not moved (not deleted from the machine). A copy is
transferred from the storage chip of the machine
program control unit to the chip on the card.
Program memory program control unit
991
NORMAL 95 °C STD
991
NORMAL 95 °C STD
992
NORMAL 60 °C STD
992
NORMAL 60 °C STD
993
NORMAL 40 °C STD
993
NORMAL 40 °C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95 °C
994
INTENSIVE 95 °C
995
INTENSIVE 60 °C
996
PERM. PRESS 60 °C
997
LOW EXTRACT 1 MIN
998
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
… highlight the wash program
required.
Press SELECT.
Program memory card
1
2
3
4
5
992
MY OWN 40 °C
MY OWN 60 °C
MY OWN 90 °C
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
MY OWN INTENSIVE
NORMAL 60 °C STD
995
INTENSIVE 60 °C
996
PERM. PRESS 60 °C
997
PERM .PRESS 40 °C
998
LOW EXTRACT 1MIN
999
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
3621
The program remains in the program control unit, but
another copy of it has now been stored on the card.
Program memory program control unit
Program memory card
1
2
3
4
5
992
MY OWN 40 °C
MY OWN 60 °C
MY OWN 90 °C
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
MY OWN INTENSIVE
NORMAL 60 °C STD
3622
991
NORMAL 95 °C STD
992
NORMAL 60 °C STD
993
NORMAL 40 °C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95 °C
995
INTENSIVE 60 °C
996
PERM. PRESS 60 °C
997
PERM .PRESS 40 °C
998
LOW EXTRACT 1MIN
999
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
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INSTRUCTION
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Change program number when you copied a program from program
control unit to memory card
Choose 1 or 2 :
MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM PCS TO MEMORY CARD
NOW YOU CAN CHANGE NUMBER
996
JUST PRESS SELECT IF NUMBER IS OK
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7
8
9
0
1 If you want to give the
program a different program
number (from the one it had
on the machine) :
Use the numeric keys to
enter the new program
number, then press
SELECT.
2 If the existing number is
suitable :
Press SELECT.
MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO PCS
NOW YOU CAN CHANGE NUMBER
00
PROG. NUMBER EXIST ! OVERWRITE ?
PRESS SELECT OR ANY OTHER KEY
If the number you have
choosen is already used :
1 Select another number.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Enter the new number and
press SELECT.
2 Erase the old program
number.
Press SELECT.
MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO PCS
PROGRAMME LOADED
PRESS ANY KEY TO CONTINUE...
After the program has been
copied (it takes only a few
seconds) the menu will look
like this :
If you want to copy more
programs :
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Press any key to continue.
When you have finished :
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO PCS
COPY PROGRAM FROM PCS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
Press repeatedly to
highlight « EXIT ».
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Press SELECT.
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To delete a program on a memory card
MEMORY CARD
EXECUTE WASH PRORAM FROM MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO PCS
COPY PROGRAM FROM PCS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
To access this menu, follow the
instructions in section « To
select the "Memory card"
function ».
Highlight « DELETE PROGRAM
FROM IN MEMORY CARD »
(press or if necessary).
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COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO PCS
COPY PROGRAM FROM PCS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
Press SELECT.
MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
PR. NO. NAME
1
MY OWN 40 °C
2
MY OWN 60 °C
3
MY OWN 90 °C
4
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
5
MY OWN INTENSIVE
If necessary, use to…
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1
MY OWN 40 °C
2
MY OWN 60 °C
3
MY OWN 90 °C
4
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
5
MY OWN INTENSIVE
… highlight the wash program
required.
Press SELECT.
The program will now be deleted
from the memory card. This
takes between 5 and 51
seconds.
If you want to delete more
programs:
Continue in the same way as
described above.
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO PCS
COPY PROGRAM FROM PCS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
When you have finished :
Press repeatedly to
highlight « EXIT ».
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Press SELECT.
What is a restricted-use program ?
A wash program which has been created on a PC can
be made a "restricted-use" program. This means that :
• The program cannot be deleted or copied to the
program memory of a washer extractor.
• You cannot modify the program or examine its
structure.
• To run the program you must have access to the
memory card, and insert it into the card reader
when the program is to be started.
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To delete all programs on a memory card
MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO PCS
COPY PROGRAM FROM PCS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
Note that restricted-use
programs on a memory card
cannot be copied.
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COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO PCS
COPY PROGRAM FROM PCS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
Highlight « CLEAR MEMORY
CARD » (press or if
necessary).
Press SELECT.
MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
THIS WILL CLEAR ALL PROGRAMS !!
TO CONTINUE PRESS SELECT.
ELSE PRESS ANY OTHER KEY.
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If you change yor mind and do
not want to delete the entire
memory card :
Press any key other than
SELECT.
If you want to delete all
programs on the memory card
(with the exception of any
restricted-use programs) :
Press SELECT.
What is a restricted-use program ?
A wash program which has been created on a PC can
be made a "restricted-use" program. This means that :
• The program cannot be deleted or copied to the
program memory of a washer extractor.
• You cannot modify the program or examine its
structure.
• To run the program you must have access to the
memory card, and insert it into the card reader
when the program is to be started.
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Weighing equipment (optional equipment)
Description
Fig.
1
The weighing equipment comprises the
following units :
1
• A scale unit located
• Four load cells, one in each corner of the
frame
• Wiring
The weight of the wash load is registered by
the four load cells, which send analogue
signals to the scale unit. In the scale unit the
signals are processed and converted to a
weight value in an analogue-digital
converter. The weight value is transmitted
via a serial interface to the CPU board. The
weight is then shown on the display.
Weighing the load allows the water level to
be adjusted automatically according to the
actual weight of the load, i.e. the water level
is reduced during washing if the machine
does not have a full load. The consumption
of water and energy can thus be reduced.
Safety rules
Scale unit
Load cells
P100
The weighing equipment is a precision
measuring device and must be treated as
such.
• Never spray water directly onto the load
cells and scale unit.
• The load cells are vulnerable to impact.
• The load cells are potentially vulnerable if
welding is carried out. If welding has to
be done on the washer extractor, attach
the earth cable clamp as close as
possible to the welding site.
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After a power-cut
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Normal mode
When the supply is restored after a powercut, the weight display will show "0" if the
load inside the drum is less than 6.25 kg
(13.78 lb). If the load weighs more than 6.25
kg (13.78 lb), the true weight of the load will
be shown.
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
GO TO THE MENU
Water level reduction
To achieve optimum load volumes, the
weight of the load can be seen on the display while the machine is being loaded. If
the machine does not have a full load, the
water level will be reduced according to a
water-level reduction table. The water level
can never be any lower than the safety level
plus the hysteresis.
Reset to zero
Menu line showing
actual weight
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Weight display mode
CLARUS CONTROL
Actual weight display
Fig.
2
The Clarus control unit automatically detects
if weighing equipment is connected, and the
actual (current) weight is shown on the
display, on one line of the menu (normal
display mode).
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Fig.
3
When the machine starts to be loaded, the
display switches to showing the actual
weight in large numerals (weight display
mode).
Normal display mode is resumed :
• If a new program number is entered using
the numeric keys.
• If
is pressed.
• Automatically after the time set via
"Settings 1" under "Time for weight
display".
While a wash program is running, you can
switch to weight display mode by selecting
"Show weight", see the section "Show
weight" under "Machine operation".
The weight shown on the display will always
be the net weight (achieved because the
weighing equipment has been "tared"). A
slight delay is built in to prevent the display
from flickering.
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Resetting the weighing equipment
If the display does not show the weight (in
an empty machine) as zero after a program,
the weighing equipment can be reset to zero
using the TAR key.
For a description of the functions used to set
and check the tare value, see the section
headed "Scale adjustments" under "Machine
operation".
Calibration the weighing equipment
The "Zero calibration" function is used to
increase the accuracy of the weighing
equipment. This should be done once a
month. See the section headed "Zero calibration" under "Machine operation".
If a new scale unit is installed, it must be
calibrated as described in the section
"Calibrate the scale" under "Machine
operation".
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Checking accuracy of weighing equipment
display
Twice a year you need to check that the
weighing equipment is displaying the accurate weight, with the aid of an object of
known weight. If the weighing equipment
does not show the real weight of this object,
you will need to follow the "Zero calibration"
procedure, a function in the Clarus software.
Follow the instructions under "Zero calibration" in the "Machine operation" section of
the manual. If this is unsuccessful, the
weighing equipment will have to be
recalibrated using the "Calibrate the scale"
function, as described under "Machine
operation".
If the weighing equipment has a fault
Follow the troubleshooting procedure under
the heading "Fault-finding, weighing equipment".
If you cannot rectify the problem with the
help of that section, make a note of the
weighing equipment version number before
you contact the service department.
To find the weighing equipment version
number, access the service program, select
"Scale adjustments", then "Read version
number".
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The dead load selector
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The dead load selector, located in the scale
unit, is used for setting the machine’s "dead
load".
DEAD
LOAD
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Fig.
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The dead load is the load (weight) to which
the load cells are subjected before any load
is placed in the wash drum. The dead load
selector is set before the machine leaves the
factory, and its setting should not normally
be changed. The selector should be set to
1500-1380 kg position (machine 690) or
1730-2050 kg position (machine 890) or
xxxx-xxxx kg position (machine 1080).
30
12 30
15
22
26 8000
17302050
20
20 50
23
15
18 0030
If calibration of the weighing equipment
should fail, one possible cause can be that
this selector is incorrectly set.
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To replace a load cell
Fig.
5
• Use a suitable jack to lift under the frame
at the corner where the load cell is to be
replaced.
5
• Insert a suitable object as a chock
beneath the frame, to remove risk of
injury and machine damage.
• Disconnect the load cell cable at the
scale unit.
• Remove the screws (A).
• Remove (B).
• Remove the faulty load cell and fit the
new, assembly is reverse of disassembly.
A
Install the new load cell as indicated by
arrow on side of load cell !
Load cell
B
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To replace the scale unit
• Remove the machine’s side panel.
Fig.
6
• Disconnect the six connectors to the scale unit.
• Remove the scale unit.
• Install the new scale unit, assembly in reverse order of disassembly.
• Check that the dead load selector is set to 1500-1380 kg position (machine 690) or
1730-2050 kg position (machine 890) or xxxx-xxxx kg position (machine 1080).
• Calibrate the weighing equipment, see "Calibrate the scale" under "Machine operation".
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Dead load selector
DEAD
LOAD
83
113 00
10001330
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12 30
15
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26 8000
17302050
20
20 50
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Scale unit
Connectors,
load cells
Connector, power supply
Connector, CPU
communication
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Component locations
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230 V
UM
X9-CPU
CEL
C1
C2
C3
C4
P100-4822-4822bis
Fig.
UM
Scale unit
CEL
Load cells
7
Connectors
230 V
Voltage feed
X9-CPU
Communication with CPU board
C1-C4
Load cells
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Fault-finding, weighing equipment
Error message on display :
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Weight-totalling board
Weight, in kg : 999,0 or -999,9
Probable cause :
5
4
3
2
1
The weighing equipment is overloaded/
"underloaded", i.e. the load cells are sending
a signal which is too high/low to the scale
unit. Probable cause is one or more load
cells faulty. The dead load selector may be
on the wrong setting. The machine may be
incorrectly installed.
1
2
3
4
5
5
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
Fault-finding procedure :
• Check that all connections to the machine
are flexible.
Board connectors
Board connectors
0
58
80
8
8
• Remove the side panel. Check that the
dead load selector is set to 1500-1380 kg
position (machine 690) or 1730-2050 kg
position (machine 890) or xxxx-xxxx kg
position (machine 1080). If it is not, set it
correctly and calibrate the weighing
equipment according to "Calibrate the
scale" under "Machine operation".
DE AD
LO AD
28 0
65 0
Fig.
83
0113
0
13 30
10 00-
0123
530
1
1 7
3 0-
• Taking the load cell cables one at a time,
disconnect the cable connecting each
load cell to the scale unit. Continue one
by one until a stable weight parameter is
displayed (but not 999.9). When this
stable parameter is displayed you will
know which of the load cells must be
faulty.
2 0
5 0
8
2020 0
235
Fig.
• Remove the side panels and check that
the load cells are unobstructed. Remove
any mechanical obstructions.
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260080-
15
00
1
830 -
• If the weight displayed is -999.9, try
following the "Zero calibration" procedure
(described under "Zero calibration" in the
"Machine operation" chapter).
Dead load
selector
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• If more than one load cell is faulty, the faulty cells can be identified using a multimeter on the
scale unit weight-totalling board to check each cell in turn, as follows :
- Remove the four screws on the scale unit cover.
- Check that the four load cell cables are connected to the scale unit.
- Measure the voltage at the connectors on the weight-totalling board, between terminal 2 and
3 for each load cell. The normal value for an unladen machine is approx. 3-5 mV (DC). A
value different from this indicates that the load cell is faulty.
- Replace the faulty load cell(s) as described under "To replace a load cell".
Menu line which should show actual weight not displayed.
Possible causes :
The option “DISPLAY WEIGHT ALLOWED” may be switched off (have the answer “No” alongside) in “Settings 1”. Possible fault in communication with CPU board or display. The fault can
also be in the scale unit.
Fault-finding procedure :
• Check in "Settings 1" that the option "DISPLAY WEIGHT ALLOWED" has "Yes" alongside.
• Check that the cables/wiring for CPU communication and power supply are connected to the
scale unit and in good condition.
• If the washer extractor appears to be working normally apart from the absence of weight
parameter display, try replacing the scale unit as described under "To replace the scale
unit".
If you suspect that the weighing equipment is not displaying accurate weight value.
Probable cause :
Probably a faulty load cell.
Fault-finding procedure :
• Place an object of known weight at one corner on top of the washer extractor. Check the
weight shown on the display. Move the weight to each of the other corners of the machine in
turn, checking the display each time. If one corner is different from the others, this will reveal
which load cell is faulty.
• Check that the load cell in question is mechanically unobstructed, free of anything which
could affect its normal functioning.
• Replace the load cell as described under "To replace a load cell".
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Error message on display :
Failed. Press SELECT.
Possible causes :
Dead load selector or calibration switch incorrectly set. An incorrect calibration weight has been
used for calibration.
Fault-finding procedure :
• Check that the dead load selector is set correctly. It should be set to 1500-1380 kg position
(machine 690) or 1730-2050 kg position (machine 890) or xxxx-xxxx kg position (machine
1080).
Fig.
9
• If you are or have recently been calibrating the weighing equipment, the calibration switch
may be incorrectly set, or an incorrect calibration weight may have been used for calibration.
Check that the calibration switch is set correctly. It should normally be set to NORM
(normal). During calibration the switch should be set to CAL (calibrage).
The calibration weight should be between 40 and 400 kg.
If relevant/necessary, calibrate the weighing equipment, or follow the "Calibrate the scale"
procedure under "Machine operation".
• Check that all cables/wiring to the scale unit are sound and correctly connected.
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DEAD
LOAD
Dead load selector
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11 030
10001330
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12 30
15
22
26 8000
17302050
20
20 50
23
15
18 0030
Scale unit
Connector, power supply
Connectors,
load cells
Connector, CPU
communication
Calibration switch
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Information in display :
Function no allowed.
Probable cause :
A function has been selected in the program which cannot be carried out.
Fault-finding procedure :
• Check that the function in question is switched on under "Settings".
• Check that the cables for CPU communication, power supply and load cells are connected.
• Check that these cables are all in good condition.
• If any cable is faulty, replace it.
Information in display service program :
Weighing equipment not connected.
Probable cause :
CPU board not communicating with scale unit.
Fault-finding procedure :
• Check that the connectors for CPU communication, power supply and load cells are
connected on the scale unit.
• Check that their cables are all in good condition.
• If any cable is faulty, replace it.
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HACCP option (Hazards Analysis Critical Control Points)
Traceability for quality control :
As a quality control option, all washerextractors can be equipped for traceability to
comply with HACCP method.
1
HACCP (Hazards Analysis Critical Control
Points) is a very well known quality control
method used in catering industry. It allows
the recording of vital statistics to ensure the
exactness of an achieved process in regards
to its program.
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The machine is equipped with :
3
1 - Watermeters on water inlets
2 - Temperature recorder
3 - 1/4 turn valve for bath analyses
4 - Automatic weighing system
Watermeters :
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D0861
Water meter allowing to record the water
consumption for each cycle. Recording water consumption must be manually made.
Temperature recorder :
Disk type temperature recorder allowing to draw the temperature curve of the wash cycle. (A
pack of about 100 disks is provided with the recorder).
1/4 turn valve for bath analyses :
1/4 turn valve on machine’s outer drum allowing to manually withhold a sample of bath for
analyses.
Automatic weighing system :
Internal load cells located in the feet of the machine weigh the content of the drum as it is being
loaded.
The actual weight of the wash load is displayed on the Clarus Control panel. It eliminates time
and efforts of weighing each load on scale.
Replacement of the disk
The recorder disk must be changed after three or four using days (following the use).
To achieve its replacement, please follow the instructions.
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A- Open the transparent cover with the key
B- Delicately raise the needle (1)
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C- Unscrew the central nut (2)
D- Remove the old disk (3)
E- Put the new disk and center it carefully on
the shouldered axis
F- Slide the edge of the disk under the three
peripheral pin (4)
G- Lower the needle
H- Screw the central nut but not completely
I- Turn manually the disk to place the
number for “0” (zero) under the superior
pin
J- Block the central nut
K- Close and lock the cover
2
3
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Safety
Ä
Restarting the machine
After any stoppage of the machine, either due to power failure, emergency stop, motor safety,
the machine can only be restarted after having pressed key "ON".
Ä
Drum doors
All of the different parts of the machine stop working automatically as soon as one of the drum
doors is opened. The doors can only be opened if the cage is at a complete standstill and the
programmer on end of cycle.
The drum door is kept opened by gas jacks.
On barrier machines, the loading and unloading doors cannot be opened at the same time.
For barrier machines, the unloading door opening is possible only if the wash program has
been completely achieved. This guarantee the barrier process for a decontamination wash
program in particular (time, temperature, water levels and detergents' inputs have been respected).
Ä
Motor protection
The motors driving our machines are of asynchronous rotor type with short circuit. They are
protected by a frequency converter. A circuit breaker protect the frequency converter.
Ä
Level
Our machines are equipped with a pressure switch which controls the level of water in the
machine according to the different programmes, prevents heating from taking place in the
absence of water (minimum water level authorized : 10 units), and prevents from opening the
door if the water level is higher than low level.
Ä
Washing-extraction
A safety device ensured by a electronic temporized relay adjusted at 40 seconds prevents the
cage doors from being opened after its complete stop. This safety device is doubled by a
rotation detector checking the total stop of the drum.
Ä
Unbalance safety device
A safety device stops the machine if the load is unbalanced (uneven distribution of linen at start
of extraction).
Ä
Cage doors
If the cage doors are opened, the revolving drum is blocked mechanically.
Ä
Drum doors
Drum doors are equipped with "securit" type small windows, make of 2 tempered glasses
separated by a plastic film, avoiding glass projection in case of thermic or physical shock.
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Emergency stop
An emergency stop button is provided on the loading and unloading sides of the barrier machines.
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Accessibility
All of the casings can be dismantled by means of a specially designed tool.
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Safety
Gas heating
The gas burners are ignited and the flamme controlled by an electronic conrol box which ensures perfect security in the case of bad draught, disruption of gas flow, power cuts, etc...
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Operating incidents
In order to limit the risk of failure in the electronic controls of the programming unit of the machine, the machine should be earthed. Should interferences happen, the first thing to be
checked is the earthing of the machine.
The programming unit permanently checks the machine, regarding both safety and working
aspects. To make the fault finding easier, the display window indicates in clear text the origin of
the failure, or the reason why the particular function cannot be used. The table below gives for
each problem detected the message of the machine and the solutions to be brought.
Error/Function
NO WATER
Water level has not reacher set
level within set time.
Cause
Action
- Electrovalve's filters are blocked.
- Clean electrovalve's filters.
- No water in main supply.
- Check water in main supply.
- Manual water valves (taps) are close.
- Electrovalves are faulty.
- Open taps.
- Check function of
electrovalves.
- Drain valve is open.
- Check function of drain valve
and compressed air inlet.
- Level tube is faulty or not come loose from mother
board.
- Level detection function on CPU PCB faulty.
- Check that level tube is sound
and his raccordement.
- Replace PCB.
- Door not locked.
- Test whether door really
locked.
- Open the door and switch off
power to machine. Wait a minute
or so, switch on power supply,
close door again and try restarting.
- Check compressed air inlet.
- Check wiring or replace door
lock as appropriate.
DOOR OPEN
DOOR UNLOCKED
Signal from microswitch which
detects when the door is locked
absent at program start.
- Fault in door lock switch, in wiring faulty or in
compressed air.
- The PCB is faulty.
- Replace PCB.
- This suggests open circuit (continuity fault) in
sensor or wiring.
- Check the wiring temperature
sensor and replace as appropriate.
- Temperature sensor faulty.
- Replace temperature sensor.
- Fault in temperature sensing device on CPU PCB.
- Replace PCB.
NTC LOW TEMP.
Temperature sensor indicating a
temperature below lowest
allowable value.
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Cause
Action
- This suggests short-circuit in sensor or wiring.
- Check the wiring temperature
sensor and replace as appropriate.
- Replace temperature sensor.
NTC HIGH TEMP.
Temperature sensor indicating a
temperature above highest
allowable value.
- Temperature sensor faulty.
- Temperature detection function on CPU PCB
faulty.
- Replace PCB.
- Waste water collector might be blocked.
Clean waste water collector.
- Drain valve, wiring faulty or compressed air inlet.
- Check drain valve functioning.
- Level tube probably blocked.
- Level detection function on CPU PCB faulty.
- Clean or replace level tube.
Clean connection of the water
level control device.
- Replace PCB.
- Air vent blocked.
- Clean air vent.
- Transient fault or water has been added manually.
- Drain machine then restart a
program or change the level in
the manual program.
- Electrovalves are faulty.
- Check function of
electrovalves.
- Level detection function on CPU PCB faulty.
- Replace PCB.
- Bad water seal of the drain valve.
- Check water seal of the drain
valve.
- Switch off power supply at wall
switch. Measure resistance of
elements to see if any element is
faulty (open circuit).
WATER IN DRUM
The water level is higher than
the EMPTY level at start of
program.
MACHINE OVER-FILLED
The water level is above the set
safety level during program
operation or manual operation.
NO HEATING
Rate of temperature incease in
water slower than minimum
value allowed.
- Elements faulty.
- Replace faulty element.
- Leak at water supply.
- Fault in wiring between contactor and element(s)
or heating contactor faulty.
- Check seals of water electrovalves.
- Check wiring and replace the
heating contactor.
- Temperature detection function on CPU PCB
faulty.
- Replace PCB.
- Transient fault. No action required.
- Turn the machine's wall switch
off and on again. Start a
program.
- Check the frequency converter.
NO MOTOR COMM.
Communication between PCU
and frequency converter interrupted or disturbed.
- Frequency converter faulty.
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Cause
Action
- Programmed drain time too short.
- Drain valve or compressed air inlet.
- Increase drain time.
- Clean or replace level tube.
Clean connection of the water
level control device.
- Check drain valve functioning
and compressed air inlet.
- Level detection function on CPU PCB faulty.
- Replace PCB
- The unbalance safety contact has been activated
for at least 5 seconds during washing before a
distribution.
- The unbalance safety contact fautly or a suspension spring is broken.
- Bad loading of machine.
- Turn the machine's wall switch
off and check unbalance safety
contact.
- Check suspension.
- Transient fault. No action required.
- Check if the door is locked.
- Open the door and switch off
power to machine. Wait a minute
or so, switch on power supply,
close door again and try
restarting.
- Fault in door lock switch, in wiring faulty or
compressed air inlet.
- Check wiring or replace door
lock as appropriate. Check the
compressed air inlet
- The PCB is faulty.
- Replace PCB.
- Transient fault. No action required.
- Turn the machine's wall switch
off and on again. Start a
program.
- Replace PCB.
NOT DRAINED
The water level is higher than
the EMPTY level after drain
sequence.
- Level tube probably blocked.
IMBALANCE SENSOR
The unbalance safety device
has been activated before
spinning.
- Correctly load the drum or put
linen in several nets.
DOOR LOCK
signal absent from door status
switch, although door is locked.
I/O COMMUNICATION
Communication between the
CPU board and one of the I/O
boards disturbed or lost.
- The PCB is faulty.
MOTOR TOO HOT
The frequency converter has
detected a high temperature of
the motor.
- The motor's fan does not cool down anymore.
- Internal fault in motor causing high temperature.
- Check the direction of rotation
of the fan.
- Clean the grid of the fan.
- Replasse the fan.
- Replace the motor.
EMERGENCY STOP
The emergency stop button has
been pressed.
- Abnormal or dangerous running of the machine.
- After the problem which caused
the emergency stop has been
put right, reset the emergency
stop button by turning it until it
pops back out.
- Check wiring.
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Maintenance
CAUTION
Complete the washing cycle, unload the machine and shut off the
power supplies (water, gas, electricity, steam) before any maintenance
or repair intervention is carried out.
DAILY
1
Check that the "emergency stop button(s)" work correctly.
2
Check that the opening safety devices of the drum door work correctly.
3
Clean the detergent container (rinse the inside of the container with water).
MONTHLY
4
Clean the connection and the water level pipe on the drum (do not blow i the tube
towards the CPU).
5
Grease the drum bearings (2 greasing point on each bearing). Use the right pump
and grease by slow and not brutal injections. Use lithium soap grease, drop point
190°C (374°F) and penetration 250 / 300 (see lubrication table in the following
pages).
6
Check the pipes of the heating rack. Clean if necessary. The frequency of your
visits should depend on the degree of deposits.
Nota : the gas exchanger never completely drains from its water ; because the
position of the machine's connections are higher than the exchanger's.
Every month, it is then necessary to run a special scaling programme (antiliming)
with a rinse making sure that the circulation pumps runs, i.e. : with a programmed
temperature.
Maintenance of the gas exchanger
a) Carry out a scaling cycle : the dosage will depend on product used.
Example : Horolith C
- dose : 5 % per litre of water
- cycle length : 5-10 min at washing speed at 60°C (140°F)
b) Carry out 2 cold rinses for 5 minutes at high level.
Clean the gas burners
7
EVERY SIX MONTH
8
Check the tension and condition of the cage driving belts.
9
Check the connections of the electric elements (for electric heating).
10
Check the condition and fixing of the flexible steam pipe and clean the filter (for
steam heating).
11
Check the bellow's condition and the collar's squeezing.
12
Check the squeezing of the electrical connections on the main switch and the
electric heating contactor.
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Check and clean if necessary the valve's filters.
14
Scale the heating elements using the appropriate antiliming agent, and adapt the
frequency of these scales operations regarding to your real need.
15
Check the good running of the unbalance switch during an extraction : the machine
should stop when the switch is manually actioned.
16
Check the pipes' condition between the gas exchanger and the washer-extractor.
EVERY YEAR
17
Sweep the smoke tubes of the heating box and the exhaust pipes of burnt gas (for
gas heating).
CAUTION
To ensure that your machine gives the very best service, please take
care that maintenance is carried strict accordance with the instructions above mentioned.
Frictional electricity
Some textiles may generate frictional electricity causing damages
when calendering. In most cases, this can be avoided by using at
the last rinse a softener with an antistatic agent.
Example :
HENKEL : Yrodoux, Pirol, Prilan
ECOLAB : Orix doux soft, soft VI
COLGATE : Soupline
LEVER INDUSTRY : Cajoline, Ago douceur,
Claradoux, Clarasouple, etc.
Chlorine
Chlorine introduced in a rinsing bath at a temperature of more than
40°C (104°F) affects stainless steel.
The chlorometric degree should be between 47° and 50°.
(1° chlorometric degree corresponds to 3.17 g (0.11 oz) of active
chlorine).
The chlorine concentration should not exceed the ratio indicated,
or the stainless steel may be affected. Check the concentration
ratio of your products.
The javellization should be of 10 to 15 cm³ / kg (0.28 to 0.42 cu in/lb)
of linen.
Colorants
Do not input colorant in the machine with very hot water. Very hot
water react with the colorant, which creates a very corrosive solution. The colorants must be input with cold water or warm water
which temperature doesn’t exceed 50°C (122°F).
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L U B R I C AT I O N T AB L E
USES
Rolling
bearings
Rolling
bearings
Bearings
Bearings high (fretting
temperature
Assembly
paste
corrosion)
Bare gears
Flange joints
Reducers with Reducers with Circuits and
Chains shafts
Union pipes
wheels and
Thread
Steam circuits screws
gears
pneumatic
devices
Slides
Lithium soap
grease
TYPES OF
LUBRICANTS AND
STANDARDIZATION
Lithium soap
grease
Lithium soap paste
+
Lithium soap
grease
Graphite grease
mini
Extreme high
Extreme high
Inhibited oil
+ silicone oil
mineral oil +
mineral
with MO SE
additive
60% graphite
special
pressure oil
pressure oil
SAE5
Grade ISO VG 150
Grade ISO VG 220
Grade ISO VG 22
0°C + 100°C
0°C + 120°C
- 10°C + 65°C
REDUCTELF SP150
REDUCTELF SP220
LUBRA K ATL SAE5W
solid greases
Grade ISO NLGI 2
leakproof
Grade ISO NLGI 3
Grade ISO NLGI 1
Grade ISO NLGI 2
Grade ISO NLGI 2
- 30°C + 700°C
TEMPERATURE
LIMIT RANGE
- 20°C + 140°C
- 40°C + 200°C
- 20°C + 150°C
- 20°C + 135°C
RECOMMENDED
ALVANIA R2
NTN SH 44 M
ALTEMP Q.NB.50
MI-SETRAL 43N
CODE PRODUCT
96011008
-
96011014
C
O
R
R
E
S
P
O
N
D
E
N
C
E
96010001
96010004
96010030
EPONA Z 150
EPONA Z 220
MISOLA AH
LS EP2
ENERGOL
CRXP 150
ENERGOL
CRXP 220
SHF 22
CASTROL
SPEEROL EP 2
ALPHA SP 150
ALPHA SP 220
ELF
EP2
STATERMA MO 10
REDUCTELF SP
150
REDUCTELF SP
220
SPINEF 22
ESSO
BEACON EP2
MULTI PURPOSE
GREASE MOLY
SPARTAN EP 150
SPARTAN EP 220
SPINESSO 22
FINA
MARSON EP2
GIRAN SR 150
GIRAN SP 220
ANTAR
ROLEXA 2
BP
96011000
96011004
EPOXA MO 2
GBSA
BELLEVILLE N
GRAFOIL
GRACO AF 309
KLUBER
CENTOPLEX 2
MOBIL
MOBILUX
KERNITE
LUBRA K LC
UNISILKON L50Z
ALTEMP Q.NB.50
UNIMOLY GL 82
WOLFRACOAT C
LUBRA K MP
SETRAL
LAMORA 150
LAMORA 220
MOBILGEAR 629
MOBILGEAR 630
CRUCOLAN 22
DTE 24
TOP BLENB ISO
80W90
TOP BLEND ISO
220
LUBRA K ATL SAE
5W
MI-SETRAL 43N
SHELL
ALVANIA R2
TOTAL
MULTISS EP2
MOLYKOTE
RETINA AM
MOLYCOTE 44
OPAL
GEVAIR SP
ITECMA
GRL-ULTRA
OMALA 220
TELLUS 22
CARTER EP 220
EQUIVIS 22
GEAROPAL GM
65 ISO 150
GEAROPAL GM75
ISO 220
HYDROPAL HO 110
HM ++22
PATE DX
SUPER MOS 2
VULCAIN
OMALA 150
CARTER EP 150
GMO
LHT-C
DURAGEAR 80 W 140
AEROSYN
V2
V1
X9.6
ST1
00.2
V4
3
EV1
4
ST2
00.3
V5
5
EV2
6
00.4
V6
7
EV3
8
V7
9
10
00.6
EV4 - EV5
ST3
00.5
15
V3
11
EV8
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PNEUMATIC DIAGRAM
Diagram no. 31100276
with "Parker" pilot valves
EV1
Drum door unlocking 4/2 monostable pilot valve, loading side
EV2
Drum door unlocking 4/2 monostable pilot valve, unloading side
EV3
Cage doors unlocking 4/2 monostable pilot valve, unloading side
EV4-EV5
Cage locking/unlocking 4/2 bistable pilot valve
EV6
3/2 monostable pilot valve for drain valve no. 1
EV7
3/2 monostable pilot valve for heating valve
EV8
3/2 monostable pilot valve for drain no. 2 (optional)
ST1
Pilot stop-jack for loading door unlocking
ST2
Pilot stop-jack for unloading door unlocking
ST3
Pilot stop-jack for cage door unlocking
V1
Drain jack no. 1
V2
Steam valve jack or thermic fluid
V3
Drain jack no. 2 (optional)
V4
Loading door unlocking jack
V5
Unloading door unlocking jack
V6
Cage doors unlocking jack (optional)
V7
Cage locking jack
15
2
V7
V6
EV 7
ST1
00.2
4
ST2
00.3
V2
5
EV2
6
00.4
V3
7
EV3
8
00.5
9
ST3
ST4
EV4
V4
00.6
EV5
10
X9.6
V8
11
EV8
15
V1
3
EV1
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Date
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PNEUMATIC DIAGRAM
Diagram no. 31100276A
with "Burkert" pilot valves
EV1
Drum door unlocking 4/2 monostable pilot valve, loading side
EV2
Drum door unlocking 4/2 monostable pilot valve, unloading side
EV3
Cage doors unlocking 4/2 monostable pilot valve, unloading side
EV4-EV5
Cage locking/unlocking 4/2 bistable pilot valve
EV6
3/2 monostable pilot valve for drain valve no. 1
EV7
3/2 monostable pilot valve for heating valve
EV8
3/2 monostable pilot valve for drain no. 2 (optional)
ST1
Pilot stop-jack for loading door unlocking
ST2
Pilot stop-jack for unloading door unlocking
ST3-ST4
Pilot stop-jack for cage door unlocking
V1
Loading door unlocking jack
V2
Unloading door unlocking jack
V3
Cage doors unlocking jack (optional)
V4
Cage locking jack
V6
Drain jack no. 1
V7
Steam valve jack or thermic fluid
V8
Drain jack no. 2 (optional)
15
3
M2
2
M1
U1
KM1
3
V2
4
3
V
U
1
L2
L3’
L3
6
5
W
L3
W3
L2’
F1
L2
L1
L1’
L1
6
5
+
A1
X-14
O0.8
R21
R20
X-19
22
X-2
PB
I0.12
X-3
24
2
4
3
L51 L52 L53
KM3
1
6
5
10
D3
S1
T1
P1
0
400
2
1
2
1
T2
RT1
400/24 V
35
9
4
3
S2
400/230 V
P2
4
3
F
18 VDC
30
31
10
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4
3
L31 L32 L33
2
1
6
D2
16
V
4
5
Page
U
2
3
L21 L22 L23
D1
1
Date
KM2
L11
1
L41 L42 L43
Q1
L12
L13
Notice
PE
L1
L2
L3
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Diagram no. 31100255
A1
Frequency converter
Q1
Main switch
D1
Motion breaker
D2
Primary breaker
D3
Secondary breaker
F
Fuse
F1
Frequency converter interference filter
KM1
Motion contactor
KM2
Safety relay
KM3
Electric heating contactor
R1 to R16
Heating element (690)
R5-R6-R11-R12-R17-R18
Heating element (890 only)
R20-R21
Braking resistor
RT1
Electronic time-limit relay
M1
Motion motor
M2
Fan motor
T1
Control circuit transformer
T2
Transformer 400/24 VDC
Date
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16
Page
Brown
Brun
Black
Noir
I/O CARTE # 1
X-19
A1
8
X-14
COM
7
6
A2
EV5
4
EV4
5
3
2
COM
EV3
4
1
BP2
BP1
Black
Noir
10
0
COM
KA8
11
N
T
KA9
1
+ 24
VDC
EV1
-
OUT
COM
EV2
3
DP3
Brown
Brun
10
9
Blue
Bleu
0
24
15
Black
Noir
KM2
Brown
Brun
L1
Blue
Bleu
DP1
DP2
7
FC1
Black
Noir
Brown
Brun
6
Black
Noir
2
Blue
Bleu
Blue
Bleu
5
Blanc / White
Black / Noir
FC2
Brown
Brun
KM1
8
KA7
9
KA3
10
COM 9
X16-2
X16-1
KA4
11
A
12
A1
B
Blue
Bleu
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AUTOMATE CONNECTION
Diagram no 31100256
A1
Converter
A2
Programmable automate
BP1
Push-button, loading side cage positioning
BP2
Push-button, unloading side cage positioning
(with barrier machine only)
DP1
Proximity detector, presence of loading side door
DP2
Proximity detector, presence of unloading side door
(with barrier machine only)
DP3
Proximity detector, indexing of cage
DP4
Proximity detector, door jack in rear position (optional)
EV1
Drum door unlocking pilot valve, loading side
EV2
Drum door unlocking pilot valve, unloading side
(optional with barrier machine only)
EV3
Cage door unlocking pilot valve, unloading side
(with barrier machine only)
EV4
Cage unlocking pilot valve
EV5
Cage locking pilot valve
FC1
Unlocking cage
FC2
Locking cage
KA3
Authorization of loading side door opening
KA4
Authorization of unloading side door opening
(with barrier machine only)
KA7
End of washing cycle
KA8
Diode control, loading possible
KA9
Diode control, unloading possible
(with barrier machine only)
KM1
Motor contacteur
KM2
Safety contact relay
4
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Y14
Y15
I/ 01
Y17
I/ 01
X2/2-1
X2/2-2
X2/2-3
X2/2-4
X2/2-5
X2 I/O2
1
2
3
4
5
Y16
X1/1-5
X1/1-4
X1/1-3
X1/1-2
X1/1-1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
X9/2-1
X9/2-2
X9/2-3
X9/2-4
X9/2-5
X9/2-6
X9/2-7
X9/2-8
X9 I/O 2
X11/1-1
X11/1-2
Y18
X12 I/O 2
X13 I/O 2
Y21
X5 I/O 2
Y22
Y23
X12/2-1
X12/2-2
1
2
Y20
X13/2-1
X13/2-2
1
2
Y19
X5/2-1
X5/2-2
X5/2-3
X5/2-4
X5/2-5
X5/2-6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
X14/2-1
X14/2-2
X14/2-3
X14/2-4
X14/2-5
X14 I/O 2
X6/2-1
X6/2-2
1
2
X6 I/O2
Y24
Y25
X8 I/O 2
1 X8/2-1
2 X8/2-2
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INPUTS / OUTPUTS CARD no. 2 (optional)
Diagram no. 31100861
X2
Connector to card I/O no. 1
X5
Connector shunt
X6
Connector to card no. 1 supply
X8
Connector to Y25 or liquid products rinsing
X9
Connector to different options
X12
Connector shunt
X13
Connector shunt
X14
Connector to liquid products
Y14
Electrovalve, recycled water no. 1
Y15
Electrovalve, recycled water no. 2
Y16
Electrovalve, liquid product no. 4
Y17
Electrovalve, liquid product no. 5
Y18
Electrovalve, liquid product no. 6
Y19
Electrovalve, liquid product no. 7
Y20
Electrovalve, liquid product no. 8
Y21
Electrovalve, liquid product no. 9
Y22
Electrovalve, liquid product no. 10
Y23
Electrovalve, liquid product no. 11
Y24
Electrovalve, liquid product no. 12
Y25
Electrovalve, liquid product no. 13
Date
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A2
15
10
A1
24
9
S22
S22
Black
Noir
S32 S14
A4
S32 S14
White
Blanc
Blue
Bleu
KA5
C
C
Brown
Brun
14
14
13
KM2
11
20
PS1
S2
KA7
EV6
KM3
A3
Y30
X7-1
X7-2
X7-3
1
2
3
X4
10
X8
X8-1
X8-2
1
2
X4-1
X4-2
X4-3
X4-4
1
2
3
4
X6
11
X10
X14
X14-1
X14-2
X14-3
X14-4
X14-5
1
2
3
4
5
X6-1
X6-2
1
2
X7
X10-1
X10-2
Y11
Y10
Y12
KA3
KM1
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Washer-extractor standard types
Diagram no. 31101369
A4
Door magnetic safety box
A3
Ignitor of gas exchanger
KA3
Authorization of loading side door opening
KA5
Coil relay, loading door locking
KA7
End of cycle contact relay
KM1
Motor contactor
KM2
Safety contact relay
KM3
Electric heating contactor
PS1
Air pressure switch for compressed air detection
S2
Emergency stop (Loading side)
X4
Connector to end of cycle
X6
Connector to outputs card supply
X7
Connector to drain no. 1
X8
Connector to heating
X10
Connector to motor contactor
X14
Connector to different outputs
EV6
Pilot valve for drain valve no. 1
Y10
Liquid product no. 2 electrovalve, detergents container
Y11
Liquid product no. 1 electrovalve, detergents container
Y12
Liquid product no. 3 electrovalve, detergents container
Y30
Steam electrovalve
8
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A2
15
10
A1
24
S22 S32 S14
A4
S22 S32 S14
Blue
9
Black
Noir
White
Blanc
Bleu
KA5
C
C
Brown
Brun
Black
Noir
White
Blanc
Blue
Bleu
Brown
Brun
14
14
13
KM2
11
PS1
20
S1
34
S2
11
10
X14-1
X14-2
X14-3
X14-4
X14-5
1
2
3
4
5
X8-1
X8-2
1
2
X7-1
X7-2
X7-3
1
2
3
X4-1
X4-2
X4-3
X4-4
1
2
3
4
X6-1
X6-2
1
2
KA7
X10
X14
X6
X10-1
X10-2
EV6
X4
X7
KM3
A3
Y30
X8
Y11
Y10
Y12
KA3
KM1
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Washer-extractor barrier types
Diagram no. 31100257-1
A4
Door magnetic safety box
A3
Ignitor of gas exchanger
KA3
Authorization of loading side door opening
KA5
Coil relay, loading door locking
KA7
End of cycle contact relay
KM1
Motor contactor
KM2
Safety contact relay
KM3
Electric heating contactor
PS1
Air pressure switch for compressed air detection
S1
Stop emergency (Unloading side)
S2
Stop emergency (loading side)
X4
Connector to end of cycle
X6
Connector to outputs card supply
X7
Connector to drain no. 1
X8
Connector to heating
X10
Connector to motor contactor
X14
Connector to different outputs
EV6
Pilot valve for drain valve no. 1
Y10
Liquid product no. 2 electrovalve, detergents container
Y11
Liquid product no. 1 electrovalve, detergents container
Y12
Liquid product no. 3 electrovalve, detergents container
Y30
Steam electrovalve
10
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
X9-1
X9-2
X9-3
X9-4
X9-5
X9-6
X9-7
X9-8
30
Y9
Y13
EV8
KA9
H1
H2
KA4
10
31
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X13
A1
C1
1
2
1
2
X13-1
X13-2
X12
X12-1
X12-2
X3
X3-1
X3-2
X3-3
X5
1
2
3
Y8
X5-1
X5-2
X5-3
X5-4
X5-5
X5-6
Y7
1
2
3
4
5
6
Y6
KA8
C2
A2
18 VDC
KA5
KA5
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CONTROL CIRCUIT
Washer-extractor all types
Diagrams no. 31100257-2 & 3100257-3
KA4
Authorization of unloading side door opening
(with barrier machine only)
KA5
Coil relay, loading door locking
X3
Connector to Clarus Control supply
X5
Connector to mocking door control
X9
Connector to different outputs
X12
Connector shunt
X13
Connector shunt
Y6
Soft cold water electrovalve (optional)
Y7
Hot water electrovalve
Y8
Cold water electrovalve
Y9
Powder product no. 1 electrovalve, detergents container
Y13
Powder product no. 2 electrovalve, detergents container
EV8
Pilot valve for drain valve no. 2
12
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S14
S15
X8 CPU-1
X8 CPU-2
X8 CPU-3
X8 CPU-4
X8 CPU-5
X8 CPU-6
X2 CPU
1
2
3
4
5
6
PHASE N
230 V
PHASE N
230 V
X6 CPU-1
X6 CPU-2
X6 CPU-3
X6 CPU-4
X6 CPU-5
X6 CPU-6
X6 CPU-7
BP3
Q0.9
BP4
1
2
3
4
X9 CPU-1
X9 CPU-2
X9 CPU-3
X9 CPU-4
X16-1
X16-2
X16-3
X16-4
X16-5
X16-6
X16-7
X16-8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
X15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
X15-1
X15-2
X15-3
X15-4
X11-1
X11-2
16
X5 CPU-1
X5 CPU-2
X5 CPU-3
X5 CPU-4
X5 CPU-5
NTC 1
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1
2
3
4
5
X1 CPU
1
2
3
4
1
2
X11
13
X2-5
X2-4
X2-3
X2-2
X2-1
X6/2-1 (I/O 2)
X6/2-2 (I/O 2)
PHASE
Date
X2 CPU-1
X2 CPU-2
X2 CPU-3
X1 CPU-1
X1 CPU-2
Notice
1
2
3
1
2
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X9 CPU
N
WEIGHT SYSTEM
KM2
X5 CPU
X6 CPU
X8 CPU
DISPLAY
A1
I/ 01
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Notice
Date
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Page
CONTROL CIRCUIT
INPUTS CARD no. 1 + CPU
Washer-extractor all types
Diagram no. 31100257-4
BP3
Loading door opening push-button
BP4
Unloading door opening push-button
(with barrier machine only)
KM2
Safety relay
Q0.9
Push-button, cage positioning
NTC1
Temperature probe
S14
Left side unbalance switch
S15
Right side unbalance switch
X1 CPU
Connector to temperature probe
X2 CPU
Connector to unbalance switch
X5 CPU
Connector to I/O1
X6 CPU
Connector to display
X8 CPU
Connector to converter
X9 CPU
Connector to weight system (optional)
X11
Connector to card no. 2
X15
Connector to putting into service and pause by exterior signals
(optional)
X15-1 and X15-2 putting into service by servo-control
X15-3 and X15-4 heating is halted
X16
Connector to cage positioning, opening doors push-button and
emegency stop
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Notice
GAS HEATING - CONNECTING DIAGRAM
Washer-extrators 690 all types
Diagram no. 31101285
A3
Ignitor and checking box
B1
Products of combustion pressure switch
(do not change the adjustments)
C1
Water level detector
E1
Ignitor electrode
E2
Checking electrode
H5
Safety heating gas burner indicator
H6
Heating indicator On
i14
Circulating pump ipso
KA15
Depression safety relay
KM3
Circulating pump contactor
M3
Circulating pump motor
M4
Draught accelerator motor
RT1
Time-limit relay 5 sec.
X8
Gas exchanger terminal
Y14
Gas electrovalve
Y15
Electrovanne gaz
Date
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Configuration of variator
Inverter type KEB type F4
Customer parameter confuguration
CP00 [0] Bus password imp. .................................... = application password
CP01 [0] Actual frequency display ............................ = x Hz
CP02 [0] Inverter state display.................................. = F Const. A-Rev
CP03 [0] Set freq. display ......................................... = x Hz
CP04 [0] Actual inv. util. ............................................ = x %
CP05 [0] Peak inv. util. ............................................. = x %
CP06 [0] Apparent current ........................................ = x A
CP07 [0] Actual parameter. ...................................... = x: jeu x
CP08 [0] OL counter display ..................................... = x %
CP09 [0] Last error ................................................... = ERROR xx
CP10 [0] Error counter OC ....................................... = x
CP11 [0] Error counter OL ........................................ = x
CP12 [0] Error counter OP........................................ = x
CP13 [0] Error counter OH ....................................... = x
CP14 [0] No used
CP15 [A] Select. signal source ................................. = x
CP16 [A] Slip compens. / Gain ................................. = x
CP17 [A] Torque compens. ...................................... = x
CP18 [A] Freq. ref. set. ............................................. = x Hz
CP19 [A] Rated motor speed .................................... = x rpm/mn
CP20 [A] Motor term. resis. ...................................... = x Ohms
CP21 [A] Boost ......................................................... = x %
CP22 [A] Maximum ref. rev. ...................................... = x Hz
CP23 [A] Stall level ................................................... = x %
NOTA :
- CP.00 is the password parameter
100 : CP parameter for read only
200 : Parameter for read and write
- CP.01 to CP.14 are parameters for reading of the state of the variator and the physical sizes
measured by the variator.
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- CP.15 allows to select the parameters CP.16 to CP.24 in the various sets (control terminal
diconnected).
0 : Selection of the set 0 for programming (diconnected terminal).
16 : Selection of the set 1 for programming (diconnected terminal).
32 : Selection of the set 2 for programming (diconnected terminal).
48 : Selection of the set 3 for programming (diconnected terminal).
64 : Selection of the set 4 for programming (diconnected terminal).
80 : Selection of the set 5 for programming (diconnected terminal).
96 : Selection of the set 6 for programming (diconnected terminal).
112 : Selection of the set 7 for programming (diconnected terminal).
Nota :
make
reset CP.15 to 0 after CP.16 to CP.24 parameters programming, it's imperative to
this value at CP.15, for correct working of the machine.
- CP.16 to CP.24 are parameters for read and write allowing variator setting.
Parameters writing may be forbidden by the code no. 100 in the parameter CP.00.
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Conversion of measurement units
bar :
1 bar = 100 000 Pa
1 bar = 1.019 7 kg/cm²
1 bar = 750.06 mm Hg
1 bar = 10 197 mm H2O
1 bar = 14.504 psi
To following is a list of correspondences of
the main frequently used units, to avoid the
need to use measurement unit conversion
tables.
1 kg/cm² = 10 000 mm H2O
1 kg/cm² = 735.557 6 mm Hg
livre :
1 lb = 453.592 37 g
meter :
1 m = 1.093 61 yd
1 m = 3.280 83 ft
1 m = 39.37 in
Bitish Thermal Unit : 1 Btu = 1 055.06 J
1 Btu = 0.252 1 kcal
calorie : 1 cal = 4.185 5 J
1 cal = 10-6 th
1 kcal = 3.967 Btu
1 cal/h = 0.001 163 W
1 kcal/h = 1.163 W
continental horse-power : 1 ch = 0.735 5 kW
1 ch = 0.987 0 HP
cubic foot :
1 cu ft = 28.316 8 dm³
1 cu ft = 1 728 cu in
cubic inch :
1 cu in = 16.387 1 dm³
foot :
1 ft = 304.8 mm
1 ft = 12 in
gallon (U.K.) :
1 gal = 4.545 96 dm³ or l
1 gal = 277.41 cu in
gallon (U.S.A.) : 1 gal = 3.785 33 dm³ or l
1 gal = 231 cu in
Horsepower :
inch :
1 HP = 0.745 7 kW
1 HP = 1.013 9 ch
cubic meter :
1 m³ = 1 000 dm³
1 m³ = 35.314 7 cu ft
1 dm³ = 61.024 cu in
1 dm³ = 0.035 3 cu ft
pascal : 1 Pa = 1 N/m²
1 Pa = 0.007 500 6 mm Hg
1 Pa = 0.101 97 mm H2O
1 Pa = 0.010 197 g/cm²
1 Pa = 0.000 145 psi
1 MPa = 10 bar
psi :
1 psi = 0.068 947 6 bar
thermie : 1 th = 1 000 kcal
1 th = 106 cal
1 th = 4.185 5 x 106 J
1 th = 1.162 6 kWh
1 th = 3 967 Btu
watt :
1 W = 1 J/s
1 W = 0.860 11 kcal/h
watt-hour : 1 Wh = 3600 J
1 kWh = 860 kcal
1 in = 25.4 mm
yard :
joule :
1 J = 0.000 277 8 Wh
1 J = 0.238 92 cal
kilogramme :
1 kg = 2.205 62 lb
kilogram per square centimeter :
1 kg/cm² = 98 066.5 Pa
1 kg/cm² = 0.980 665 bars
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1 yd = 0.914 4 m
1 yd = 3 ft
1 yd = 36 in
temperature degrees :
0° K = -273.16 °C
0° C = 273.16 °K
t° C = 5/9 (t° F-32)
t° F = 1.8 t° C + 32
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Washing symbols
Washing Symbol
Notice
Page
Max. washing
temperature in °C/°F
Cycle
normal
normal
normal
normal
normal
normal
mild
Wash by hand.
Load
1/1
1/2
1/1
1/2
1/1
1/2
1/2
Spin
normal
short
normal
short
normal
short
short
Do not spin
The number of dots indicates the maximum recommended temperature.
Max. 200 °C (392°F).
Max. 150 °C (302F).
Max. 110 °C (230°F).
Do not iron.
Dry cleaning
The circle symbolizes dry cleaning.
Articles to be dry cleaned with any solvent.
Articles to be dry cleaned.
Articles to be dry cleaned.
Do not dry clean.
Bleaching
The triangle symbolizes bleaching.
Bleacheable (chlorine or oxygen).
Do not bleach.
Drying
The square symbolizes drying.
Can be put in a tumble dryer.
Do not put in a tumble dryer.
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To overcome language barriers, the following
are symbols used internationally to give you
guidance and recommendations when washing
different textiles.
95/203
95/203
60/140
60/140
40/104
40/104
30/86
Do not wash in machine.
Do not wash in water.
Ironing
Date
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If clothing is marked IWS or Superwash, it can be washed in the
machine.
Use only the mild cycle at temperature not exceeding 40°C (104°F).