Ugolini ARCTIC DELUXE Service manual

ARCTIC
SERVICE MANUAL
Compact -Deluxe
SERVICE MANUAL
Arctic Compact - Deluxe
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USER MANUAL
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1 INTRODUCTION
IMPORTANT
Like all mechanical products, this machine will require cleaning
and maintenance.
This Service Manual contains maintenance guidelines
dedicated to qualified service personnel only.
Rotating the setting screw of the thermostats completely
counterclockwise it is possible to switch off the
thermostat itself. This will stop the refrigeration only on
single bowl units. On multiple bowls units it is necessary
to switch all the thermostats off in order to stop the
refrigeration.
2 TEMPERATURE CONTROLS
All the units with12 or 20 litres bowls, both Deluxe and Compact
series, are equipped with one adjustable thermostat for each
bowl. The thermostats are located behind the panel under each
bowl (see figure 1).
IMPORTANT
On multiple bowls units the thermostats are electrically
wired in parallel and they directly drive the compressor.
It is necessary that all the bowls reach the set
temperature to stop the refrigeration (all the thermostats
electrically open). It is enough that only in one bowl the
temperature is higher than the setting to start the
refrigeration (only one thermostat electrically closed).
To adjust temperature on multiple bowls machines it is
necessary to adjust all the thermostats together at the
same setting.
On multiple bowls units independent temperature
adjustment for each bowl is not available.
For Artic Compact 5 and 8 series the situation is the following:
Arctic Compact 5-8/1 are equipped with one thermostat to
control the themperature of the bowl.
Arctic Compact 5-8/2 are equipped only with one thermostat to
control the temperature of the bowl at the right.
Arctic Compact 5-8/3 are equipped only with one thermostat to
control the temperature of the central bowl.
Arctic Compact 5-8/4 are equipped with two thermostats to
control the temperature of the first and the third bowl from right.
The thermostats are always located behind the faucet side
panel under the coresponding bowl.
This means that the refrigeration on and off depend from the
setting of the temperature only of the bowls equipped with the
thermostats.
It is possible to set the temperature between 6 °C and 12 °C. On
new machines the temperature is factory preset approx at 8°C.
For temperature adjustment proceed as follows:
figure 1
It is possible to adjust temperature between 6 °C and 12 °C. On
new machines the temperature is factory preset approx at 8°C.
For temperature adjustment proceed as follows:
- to decrease temperature: rotate the setting screw clockwise.
- to decrease temperature: rotate the setting screw clockwise.
- to increase temperature: rotate the setting screw
counterclockwise (see figure 2).
- to increase temperature: rotate the setting screw
counterclockwise (see figure 2)
Independent temperature setting for each bowl is not possible.
The following table summarizes the number of thermostats
present on each model:
MODEL
Arctic Compact 5/1 - 8/1
figure 2
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NUMBER OF
THERMOSTAS
1
Arctic Compact 5/2 - 8/2
1 - RIGHT BOWL
Arctic Compact 5/3 - 8/3
1 - CENTRAL BOWL
Arctic Compact 5/4 - 8/4
2 - FIRST AND THIRD BOWLS
Arctic Compact 12/1 - 20/1
1
Arctic Compact 12/2 - 20/2
2
Arctic Compact 12/3 - 20/3
3
Arctic Compact 12/4 - 20/4
4
Arctic Deluxe 12/1 - 20/1
1
Arctic Deluxe 12/2 - 20/2
2
Arctic Deluxe 12/3 - 20/3
3
Arctic Deluxe 12/4 - 20/4
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3 PUMPS
The following table summarizes all the available bowls:
Arctic Deluxe series dispensers are equipped with spray
pumps. Each pump is magnetically driven by an independent
electric motor.
These machines are equipped with one Main Switch to power
ON and OFF refrigeration and with one Pump Switch for each
bowl (see user manual for controls details).
Spray pumps are suitable for a large variety of products but it is
better not to spray coffee, tea, natural juices or other beverages
that can foam. To avoid spray on these machines it is necessary
to replace the original impeller with a different one (grey impeller
pn 33900-01201) and to remove the spray tube from the bowl.
In addition the original bowl can be replaced with a dedicated
one (pn 22900-00010 or 22900-04810) to perform even more
gentle agitation.
PART
NUMBER
BOWLS
CAPACITY
[litres]
MIXING
SYSTEM
22900-01900
5
SPRAY
22900-01910
5
SUBMERGED
22900-02000
8
SPRAY
22900-02010
8
SUBMERGED
22900-00000
12
SPRAY
22900-00010
12
SUBMERGED
22900-04800
20
SPRAY
22900-04810
20
SUBMERGED
And the following one specifies all the available spray tubes:
Arctic Compact series dispensers are equipped with
submerged pumps. On double machines the pumps are driven
by only one motor through a transmission belt and three pulleys.
This motor also works as a fan. On triple machines two pumps
are driven by one motor with the same system of double units
and the third is driven by a single motor. On four bowls machies
the pumps are driven by two motors (see figure 3).
PART
NUMBER
BOWLS
CAPACITY
[litres]
22900-00202
5
22900-00203
8
22900-00201
12
22900-00200
20
Combined configuration can be realized for particular needings.
3. 1 IMPELLERS
The impeller must spin freely on its pivot to perform efficient
mixing and cooling. For this purpose keep clean both the
impeller and the pivot from traces of sugar, pulp or other. If
necessary, lube the parts with food grade lubricant.
A self-lubricating washer is moulded into the bottom of the
impeller. Regularly check this part and, if worn, replace the
impeller with a new one (see figure 4).
figure 3
These machines are equipped only by one Main Switch to
power ON and OFF all the functions, refrigeration and pumps.
figure 4
Submerged pumps are suitable for almost all kind of beverages
and particularly for coffee, tea, natural juices or other beverages
that can foam. In case of need it is possible to equip Arctic
Compact dispensers with spray pumps replacing the impellers
(pn 33900-01204 or 33900-01205), the bowls (pn 22900-01900,
22900-02000, 22900-00000 and 22900-04800) and installing
the spray tubes.
3. 2 MAGNETIC COUPLING
The impellers are magnetic coupled with their respective
motors. The magnetic gap is factory preset and does not require
to be adjusted. In case of loss of magnetic lock, one or more of
the following problems can be present: bent pump motor bracket
due to a transport shock, impeller improper spinning due to
worn, damaged or dirty parts.
The following table summarizes all the available impellers:
PART
NUMBER
COLOUR
BOWLS
CAPACITY
[litres]
MIXING
SYSTEM
VOLATGE
33900-01200
WHITE
33900-01201
GREY
12, 20
SPRAY
230V 50HZ, 240V 50HZ
33900-01204
BLUE
5, 8
12, 20
SPRAY
SPRAY
230V 50HZ, 240V 50HZ
115V 60HZ, 220V 60HZ
33900-01205
RED
5, 8
SPRAY
115V 60HZ, 220V 60HZ
3. 3 NOISY IMPELLERS
In case of noisy impellers, it is necessary first of all to remove
them from the pivots and power the unit on. If the noise is still
present it is necessary to power the unit off, unplug it and
remove the panels in order to check the pumps motors
assemblies. Possible causes of noise can be the following:
faulty electric motor, improper magnetic alignment due to a bent
5, 8, 12, 20 SUBMERGED 230V 50HZ, 240V 50HZ
115V 60HZ, 220V 60HZ
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bracket, fan blade not rotating free from obstacles or some lose
component vibrating during machine working.
On Arctic Compact with multiple bowls it is necessary also to
remove the transmission belt from the pulleys and power on the
unit. If the noise is still present the cause can be the electric
motor once again. Otherwise, if the noise is not present
anymore, it is necessary to remove the magnetic pulleys
assemblies and check for the integrity of their ball bearings. If
necessary replace the entire magnetic pulley assembly.
If, removing the impellers, the noise is not present anymore it
means that the cause of can be in the impellers or in the
magnetic coupling. Check for worn impellers and if necessary
replace them. Clean the impellers and the pivots and if
necessary lubricate them with food grade lubricant. Install the
impellers and put some water into the bowls. If the noise do not
disappear it is necessary to check once again the pump motor
bracket planarity.
figure 5
5 SLOW MIXING SYSTEM
IMPORTANT
The dispensers of Arctic Deluxe series are available also with
slow mixers. Two kind of slow mixers are available: one with
magnetic driving (A) and the other with mechanic driving (B).
The first one is suitable for delicate drinks like tea or coffee while
the other one is suitable also for thick drinks (see figure 6).
The impellers are designed to spin always submerged
and wet. It is very important to avoid to have them
spinning dry to prevent worn out. For this reason on
Arctic Deluxe always switch off pump of empty bowls
and on Arctic Compact remove the impeller of empty
bowls or fill them with water.
4 FAUCETS
Two different faucets are available both for Arctic Deluxe and
Arctic Compact series: pinch tube faucet and stainless steel
gravity faucet.
4. 1 PINCH TUBE FAUCET
This faucet is suitable for all kind of products, liquid or thick, with
or without pulp or other solid particles. In case of dripping, it is
necessary to drain the product out of the bowl, remove the pinch
tube, clean it with fresh water and check for wear on it. If
necessary, replace it with a new one.
figure 6
In case of magnetic slow mixer improper rotation, the cause can
be a faulty drive motor, a magnetic mixer that can’t freely rotate
on its pivot or ice on the evaporator caused by very low level of
product into the bowl.
In case of direct slow mixer improper rotation the cause can be
a foulty motor or an excessive thickness of the drink.
4. 2 STAINLESS STEEL GRAVITY FAUCET
6 REFRIGERANT CIRCUIT SERVICE
This faucet is suitable for liquid product without pulps or other
solid particles. In case of dripping, it is necessary to drain the
product out of the bowl, remove the stainless steel piston, clean
it with fresh water and check for wear of the rubber gasket. If
necessary, replace it with a new one. It is also necessary to
clean the piston housing in the bottom of the bowl and check for
the integrity of the rim around the piston hole (see figure 5).
6. 1 CHECKING FOR REFRIGERANT LEAKS
The following procedure is the recommended approach to
systematically inspect the entire system for refrigerant leaks
NOTE: when using refrigerant detector, follow along the bottom
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side of the copper tubing since the refrigerant gas is heavier
than air. Where copper tubing is protected by an insulating
jacket, check for leaks at both ends of each jacket section.
.
figure 8)
figure 7
figure 8
Referring to the diagram (see figure 7), perform the following
steps:
1 Start inspection at the high pressure line of the compressor.
Check around the soldered connection.
2 Follow the copper tubing to the condenser and check
around the soldered connections at the top and bottom of the
condenser.
3 Check also along the copper curves on both sides of
condenser.
4 Follow the copper tubing to the evaporators, checking
around the soldered connections of dryer.
5 Remove mixer motors and check the inlet (capillary) and
outlet (suction) tubing.
6 Check the copper tubing all the way back to the
compressor.
7 Check around the low side connections of the compressor
suction and process tubes.
6. 3 EVACUATING
Always install a brand new liquid line filter dryer before
evacuating.
1 Connect the REF port of the gauge set to the charging unit.
2 Connect the VAC port of the gauge set to the vacuum pump
and open the VAC valve.
3 Open the line valve of the charging unit and, for a while,
also the REF valve, so as to purge air from the REF hose.
4 Open the LOW valve of the gauge set and turn on the
vacuum pump for a minimum of half an hour.
5 While the pump is running, close the VAC valve once a
vacuum has been established.
6 Turn off the vacuum pump.
6. 4 CHARGING
IMPORTANT
The gauge set is usually with four ports and four valves (see
figure 8). This is the easiest option to be found in the market
since it allows the charging through both low and high side of the
system. Our refrigeration systems are manufactured so as to be
chargeable through the compressor process tube only (low
side): thus, the HI port is never mentioned nor used in the
following procedure and therefore the HI valve must be kept
closed.
1 Determine how many ounces/grams should be filled by the
charging unit. This information can be found on the dispenser
data plate.
2 Remove bowls and mixers from the dispenser.
3 Plug in the dispenser and turn on the power switch.
4 Open the line valve of the charging unit.
5 Open the REF valve very slowly so as to allow the
refrigerant to be pulled into the system as a gas.
6 When the amount of refrigerant listed on the data plate has
been used, the system is charged. Close the REF valve and
the charging unit line valve and allow the compressor to run few
minutes.
7 Ensure that all evaporator plates are covered with frost.
8 Close the LOW valve, disconnect the LOW hose from the
compressor process tube and tighten the screw cap.
To check for a leak in the low side of the system, it is
advisable to have the evaporators at least at ambient
temperature.
If a leak has been detected, seal it and make a new refrigerant
charge as per instructions in the following paragraphs.
6. 2 DISCHARGING
1 Remove the dispenser panels.
2 If not present install a charging valve on the compressor
process tube.
3 Remove the screw cap from the compressor process tube.
4 Connect the process tube to the LOW part of the gauge set.
5 Connect the VAC port of the gauge set to an adequate
approved gas recovery system.
ATTENTION
The following table reports the suction and discharge pressures
of the machines with the different refrigerants.
They must be verified under the following conditions:
Ambient temperature: 32 °C
Product temperature in the bowls: 5 °C
Evaporation temperature approx -5 °C
Condensation temperature approx 50°C.
The refrigerant gas could be highly acid and toxic.
6 Open the LOW and VAC valves and recover the refrigerant.
7 Once the recovery operation is completed, close the LOW
and VAC valves and disconnect the recovery system.(see
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Refrigerant
Suction (low)
pressure
Discharge (high)
pressure
R134a
1,43 bar
12,17 bar
R22
3,20 bar
18,39 bar
R404a
4,10 bar
21,93 bar
6. 5 COMPRESSOR BURN-OUT
To determine if a burn-out has occurred, perform the following
steps:
1 Disconnect the unit from power source.
2 Remove wiring from the compressor terminals.
figure 9
3 Using an ohmmeter, check for ground between the
terminals and the compressor housing. If a reading exists, the
compressor has shorted to ground.
In this case compressor must be replaced as per following
steps:
4 Recover the refrigerant using an approved refrigeration
recovery system as per DISCHARGING instructions.
5 Remove the burned-out compressor.
6 Correct the system fault which caused the burn-out. Check
the condition of the capacitor(s) and compressor relay.
7 Install a new compressor and liquid line filter dryer.
8 Evacuate and charge the system as per EVACUATING and
CHARGING instructions.
7 ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
DAILY
Inspect the machine for signs of product leaks past seals and
gaskets. If proper assembly does not stop leaks around seal or
gaskets, check for improper lubrication, worn or damaged parts.
Replace parts as needed with original spare parts from the
supplier.
WEEKLY
Clean and sanitize the machine following the procedures
illustrated on the Operator's Manual of the unit. Check for worn
impellers, bowl gaskets, faucet pinch tubes or stainless steel
piston gaskets. Replace parts as needed with original spare
parts from the supplier.
MONTHLY
Clean all internal components, primarily the condenser, using
compressed air, vacuum or a soft brush.
To clean these internal parts, unplug the unit and remove the
panels. Condenser fins are very sharp. Use extreme caution
when cleaning.
On Arctic Deluxe dispensers the condenser is located on the
back of the unit and air flow is from back to sides (A). To clean
the condenser it is necessary to remove the back panel.
On Arctic Compact dispensers the condenser is always
located on the back of the unit but air flow if from sides to back
(B). To clean the condenser it is necessary to remove the faucet
side panel and to clean it from the inside of the unit (see figure
5).
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The following key operation procedures, extracted from the
Operator’s Manual, are quoted here too so that service
personnel may help end users to achieve the best
performances and results.
IMPORTANT
1 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Read electrical ratings written on the data plate of the
individual units; the data plate is adhered on the dispensing side panel of the unit, just behind the drip tray (the
right side drip tray in multiple bowl models). The serial
number of the unit (preceded by the symbol #) is adhered
just below the right bowl. Data plate specifications will
always supersede the information in this manual.
ARCTIC COMPACT 5/8 lt
1/5
1/8
2/5
2/8
3/5
3/8
4/5
4/8
Transparent removable bowls
n
1
2
3
4
Capacity of each bowl, approx.
l
5
8
5
8
5
8
5
8
cm
18
25
37
50
Dimensions:
width
depth
cm
40
40
40
40
5 lt
8 lt
cm
55
63
55
63
55
63
55
63
Net weight, approx.
5 lt
8 lt
kg
13
13
15
17
21
21
23
23
Gross weight, approx.
5 lt
8 lt
kg
15
15
17
19
23
23
26
26
n
1
1
1
2
1/12
1/20
2/12
2/20
3/12
3/20
4/12
4/20
height
Adjustable thermostats
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
2 INTRODUCTION
Please read all sections of this manual thoroughly to familiarize
yourself with all aspects of the unit.
Like all mechanical products, this machine will require cleaning
and maintenance. Besides, dispenser working can be
compromised by operator’s mistakes during disassembly and
cleaning. It is strongly recommended that personnel responsible
for the equipment’s daily operations, disassembly, cleaning,
sanitizing and assembly, go through these procedures in order
to be properly trained and to make sure that no
misunderstandings exist.
ARCTIC COMPACT 12/20 lt
Transparent removable bowls
n
1
2
3
4
Capacity of each bowl, approx.
l
12
20
12
20
12
20
12
20
width
cm
18
36
54
72
depth
cm
47
47
47
47
12 lt
20 lt
cm
61
71
61
71
61
71
61
71
Net weight, approx.
12 lt
20 lt
kg
20
22
24
32
36
42
44
55
Gross weight, approx.
12 lt
20 lt
kg
22
25
28
36
40
46
49
59
n
1
2
3
4
Dimensions:
height
Adjustable thermostats
3 INSTALLATION
1 Remove the corrugate container and packing materials and
keep them for possible future use.
IMPORTANT
When handling the machine never grasp it by the bowls
or by the evaporator cylinders. The manufacturer refuses
all responsibilities for possible damages which may
occur through incorrect handling.
ARCTIC DELUXE 12/20 lt
1/12
1/20
2/12
2/20
3/12
3/20
4/12
4/20
Transparent removable bowls
n
1
2
3
4
Capacity of each bowl, approx.
l
12
20
12
20
12
20
12
20
2 Inspect the uncrated unit for any possible damage. If
damage is found, call the delivering carrier immediately to file a
claim.
width
cm
18
36
54
72
depth
cm
47
47
47
47
12 lt
20 lt
cm
57
67
57
67
57
67
57
67
3 Install the unit on a counter top that will support the combined weight of dispenser and product bearing in mind what is
stated in the preceding point 1 IMPORTANT warning.
Net weight, approx.
12 lt
20 lt
kg
20
22
24
32
36
42
44
55
Gross weight, approx.
12 lt
20 lt
kg
22
25
28
36
40
46
49
59
n
1
2
3
4
Dimensions:
height
Adjustable thermostats
4 A minimum of 15 cm (6”) of free air space all around the unit
should be allowed to guarantee adequate ventilation.
5 Ensure that the legs are screwed tightly into the base of the
machine.
Replace the standard legs originally installed with the 100 mm
(4”) legs whenever they are provided with the unit.
Hermetic compressor
6 Before plugging the unit in, check if the voltage is the same
as that indicated on the data plate. Plug the unit into a grounded, protected single phase electrical supply according to the
applicable electrical codes and the specifications of your
machine. Should you prefer to connect the unit directly to the
mains, connect the supply cord to a 2-pole wall breaker, whose
Air-cooled condenser
Overload protector
Noise level lower than 70 dB (A)
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over the bowls.
5 Set the control switches as shown in chapter
5.1 DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS.
6 The dispenser must always run with the covers installed to
prevent a possible contamination of the product.
7 Always leave the dispenser on, as the refrigeration stops
automatically when the beverage reaches the dispensing temperature. The mixing devices will continue to turn.
8 To maintain a high standard of flavour, keep refrigeration
and mixing devices on during the night when beverage is in the
bowl.
contact opening is at least 3 mm. Do not use extension cords.
ATTENTION
Failure to provide proper electrical ground according to
applicable electrical codes could result in serious shock
hazard.
7 The unit doesn’t come presanitized from the factory. Before
serving products, the dispenser must be disassembled, cleaned and sanitized according to this handbook instructions
(chapter 5.3 CLEANING AND SANITAZING PROCEDURES).
IMPORTANT
Operate the dispenser with food products only.
9 On Arctic Deluxe series machines equipped with lighted top
covers it is necessary to turn the cover for 180 degrees to switch light off. (see figure 1)
IMPORTANT
Install the dispenser so that the plug is easily accessible.
4 TO OPERATE SAFELY
1 Do not operate the dispenser without reading this operator’s manual.
2 Do not operate the dispenser unless it is properly grounded.
3 Do not use extension cords to connect the dispenser.
4 Do not operate the dispenser unless all panels are restrained with screws.
5 Do not obstruct air intake and discharge openings: 15 cm
(6”) minimum air space all around the dispenser.
6 Do not put objects or fingers in panels louvers and faucet
outlet.
7 Do not remove bowls, augers and panels for cleaning or
routine maintenance unless the dispenser is disconnected from
its power source.
figure 1
5. 1 DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS
The dispenser is equipped with a power switch and each bowl is
operated by a mixing device switch.
Their functions are as follows:
Power switch
ATTENTION
0 position
In case of damages, the power cord must be replaced by
qualified personnel only in order to prevent any shock
hazard.
: Power is turned OFF to all
functions.
On Arctic Deluxe series this
position operates the fan
: motor and makes the mixing
devices suitable to be turned
on by relevant switches.
On arctic Compact series this
position operates all the
funtions of the dispenser.
8 This unit is not meant to be used outside.
9 This unit is not to be installed in areas subject to waterspouts..
10 Do not use water-jets to clean the unit.
11 This unit can work in a room temperature range between
+5° and +32°C.
I position
5 OPERATING PROCEDURES
Mixing device switch (Arctic Deluxe series only)
1 Clean and sanitize the unit according to the instructions in
this manual. See chapter 5.3 CLEANING AND SANITIZING
PROCEDURES.
2 Fill the bowls with product to the maximum level mark. Do
not overfill.
The exact quantity of product (expressed as liters and gallons)
is shown by marks on the bowl.
3 In case of products to be diluted with water, potable water,
pour water into bowl first, then add correct quantity of product.
In case of natural squashes, it is advisable to strain them, in
order to prevent pulps from obstructing the faucet outlet.
4 Install the covers and check that they are correctly placed
0 position
: OFF.
I position
: Mixing device runs.
To operate the dispenser
1 Set power switch to I position.
2 Set mixing device switch(es) to I position.
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5. 2 OPERATION HELPFUL HINTS
take the pinch tube off from its seat (2) (see figure 3).
1 The length of time for cooling down the product is governed
by many variables, such as ambient temperature and beverage
initial temperature.
2 To shorten product cooling down time and increase productivity, it is advisable to pre-chill the product to be used in the
dispenser.
3 To shorten product cooling down time and increase productivity, the bowl should be refilled after the product level
drops lower than half and at the start of each day.
4 The dispenser must be able to emit heat.
In case it seems excessive, check that no heating source is
close to the unit and air flow through the slotted panels is not
obstructed by wall or boxes. Allow at least 15 cm (6”) of free
clearance all around the dispenser.
In any case if the product in the bowls is cold the unit is running
properly.
5 How to reset beverage temperature:to reset beverage temperature please apply to a technician.
The proper temperature is preset at the factory.
figure 3
6 Gravity faucet: extract the piston and then remove the
dispensing handle (see figure 4).
5. 3 CLEANING AND SANITIZING
PROCEDURES
Cleaning and sanitizing of the dispenser are recommended to
guarantee the conservation of the best product taste and the
highest unit efficiency. This section is a procedural guideline
only and is subject to the requirements of the local Health
Authorities.
Prior to the disassembly and cleaning, the machine must be
emptied of product.
5. 3. 1 DISASSEMBLY
ATTENTION
figure 4
Before any disassembly and/or cleaning procedure make
sure that the dispenser is disconnected from its power
source by unplugging it or switching off the 2-pole wall
breaker.
7 Slide drip tray out and empty it.
5. 3. 2 CLEANING
1 Remove cover from the bowl.
2 Remove the empty bowl by pulling lever (1) and lifting its
front side (faucet side) up and off bowl gasket (see figure 2).
IMPORTANT
Do not attempt to wash any machine components in a
dishwasher.
ATTENTION
Before any disassembly and/or cleaning procedure make
sure that the dispenser is disconnected from its power
source.
figure 2
1 Prepare at least two gallons of a mild cleaning solution of
warm (45-60 °C 120-140 °F) potable water and dishwashing
detergent. Do not use abrasive detergent.
Important: if present, follow label directions, as too strong a
solution can cause parts damage, while too mild a solution will
3 Remove the bowl gasket.
4 Remove the pump impeller from its location.
5 Pinch tube faucet: push the dispensing handle (1) and
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its gasket (see figure 6).
not provide adequate cleaning.
IMPORTANT
In order to prevent any damages to the dispenser, use
only a detergent suitable with plastic parts.
2 Using a brush, suitable for the purpose, thoroughly clean all
disassembled parts in the cleaning solution.
ATTENTION
figure 6
4 Fit the bowl gasket to the evaporator. Note: the larger brim
of the gasket must face against the drip plate (see figure 7).
When cleaning the machine, do not allow excessive
amounts of water around the electrically operated components of the unit. Electrical shock or damage to the
machine may result.
3 Do not immerse the lighted top covers in liquid. Wash them
apart with the cleaning solution. Carefully clean their undersides.
4 In the same manner clean the evaporator plate(s) using a
soft bristle brush.
5 Rinse all cleaned parts with cool clean water.
figure 7
5. 3. 3 SANITIZING
5 Place bowl on the unit. Wet the gasket for ease of insertion.
Please take care that the hook on the backside of the bowl be
inserted properly in its seat on the upper drip plate. (see figure
8).
Sanitizing should be performed immediately prior to
starting the machine. Do not allow the unit to sit for
extended periods of time after sanitization.
1 Wash hands with a suitable antibacterial soap.
2 Prepare at least two gallons of a warm (45-60 °C 120140 °F) sanitizing solution (100 PPM available chlorine concentration or 1 spoon of sodium hypoclorite diluted with two litres of
water) according to your local Health Codes and manufacturer’s specifications.
3 Place the parts in the sanitizing solution for five minutes.
4 Do not immerse the lighted top covers in liquid. Carefully
wash their undersides with the sanitizing solution.
5 Place the sanitized parts on a clean dry surface to air dry.
6 Wipe clean all exterior surfaces of the unit. Do not use abrasive cleaner.
figure 8
5. 3. 4 ASSEMBLY
6 Use fresh product to chase any remaining sanitizer from the
bowl(s). Drain this solution. Do not rinse out the machine.
1 Slide the drip tray into place.
2 Pinch tube faucet: push the dispensing handle (1) and
insert the pinch tube into its vertical seat in the bowl bottom(2).
Lightly pull the pinch tube end downwards til it is well arranged
(3) (see figure 5).
5. 4 IN-PLACE SANITIZATION
Daily: The In-Place Sanitization prior to starting the machine
may be performed, if needed, only as further precaution, in
addition to the Disassembled Parts Sanitization described
before, but never in lieu of it.
1 Prepare two gallons of a warm (45-60°C, 120-140 °F) sanitizing solution (100 PPM available chlorine concentration or 1
spoon of sodium hypoclorite diluted with two litres of water)
according to your local Health Codes and manufacturer’s specifications.
2 Pour the solution into the bowl(s).
3 Using a brush suitable for the purpose, wipe the solution on
all surfaces protruding above the solution-level and on the
underside of the top cover(s).
4 Install the top cover(s) and operate the unit. Allow the solution to agitate for about two minutes. Drain the solution out of
the bowl(s).
5 Use fresh product to chase any remaining sanitizer from the
bowl(s). Drain this solution. Do not rinse out the machine.
figure 5
3 Gravity faucet: install the faucet handle and the piston with
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6 ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
1 Replacement of lighted top cover bulbs (see figure 9) :
- Remove the fixing screws placed in the upper part of the top
cover,
- remove the lower part and replace the bulbs (using a 2428V 21W max bulbs).
- Reassemble the top cover and replace the fixing screws.
figure 9
2 Daily: inspect the machine for signs of product leaks past
seals and gaskets. If proper assembly does not stop leaks
around seals or gaskets, check for improper lubrication, worn
or damaged parts. Replace parts as needed with original spare
parts from the supplier.
6. 1 MAINTENANCE (TO BE CARRIED OUT BY
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY)
Montly: clean all internal components, primarily the condenser,
using compressed air.
To clean these internal parts, unplug the unit or switch off the 2pole wall breaker, then remove front panel (dispensing side).
Condenser fins are very sharp. Use extreme caution when cleaning.
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The following Spare Parts List, extracted from the Operator’s Manual, are quoted here too for general reference only.
To order spare parts please make refernece to the Spare Part List included in the Operator’s Manual supplied with each
dispenser.
SPARE PARTS LIST ARCTIC COMPACT 5/8 LT MODEL
16
4
5
7
8
9
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
21
22
23
24
27
29
30
31
22800-21900
10028-02500
22900-02010
21703-00000
22900-01910
10029-00000
22900-00500
22900-00800
22900-00501
22800-02600
22900-01300
22900-01300
22800-17200
33900-01201
22900-00600
22040-00000
21087-00000
10554-45000

21125-00000

Faucet piston
Faucet gasket
8 It bowl
Pinch tube
5 It bowl
Picture
Push handle
Faucet cover
Push handle
Faucet spring
8 It bowl cover
5 It bowl cover
Bowl gasket
Impeller
Central pivot
Central pivot OR
Thermostat
Clip
Cabinet
Switch
32
33
34
35
36
37
37A
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
Please order what printed on piece
33900-01052
22800-05100
22900-03602
22800-02201
22800-04800
22800-18921
22900-03011



22800-12700
22800-05500
22800-10000



33800-00803
22800-04800
22800-04706

Pulley, magnet and spacer assembly
Switch cap
Belt
Driving pulley
Motor bracket
Fan/pump motor for 1 bowl
Fan/pump motor for 2, 4 bowls
Fan
Relay
Overload protector
Terminal block cover
Terminal block with cable clamp
Rubber leg
Dispensing side panel
Drip tray cover
Drip tray
Motor magnet for 1, 3 bowls
Motor bracket
Pump motor 3 bowls
See table

30
38
44
45
46
1/..
22900-03210
22900-00403
22900-03110
22800-00500
22800-00602
2/..
22900-03211
22900-00401
22900-03111
22800-00510
22800-00611
3/..
22900-03212
22900-00401
22900-03112
22800-00510
22800-00611
4/..
22900-03213
22900-00401
22900-03113
22800-00510
22800-00611
WIRING DIAGRAM ARCTIC COMPACT 5/8 LT MODEL
17
1/5-8 - 2/5-8 - 3/5-8
1
2
3-5
4
Switch
Thermostat
Pump/mixer
Compressor
4/5-8
1
2-3
4-6
5
Switch
Thermostat
Pump/mixer
Compressor
Arctic Compact - Deluxe
The following Spare Parts List, extracted from the Operator’s Manual, are quoted here too for general reference only.
To order spare parts please make refernece to the Spare Part List included in the Operator’s Manual supplied with each
dispenser.
SPARE PARTS LIST ARCTIC COMPACT 12/20 LT MODEL
18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22900-00100
22900-00100
22900-04810
22900-00010
22800-02600
22800-17200
33900-01201
22900-00700
22900-00600
22040-00000
22900-03051
10554-45000
22800-21900
10028-02500
21703-00000
10029-00000
22900-00500
22900-00800
22900-00501
21087-00000
21125-00000

20 It bowl cover
12 It bowl cover
20 It bowl
12 It bowl
Faucet spring
Bowl gasket
Impeller
Plastic I-beam for connection
Central pivot
Central pivot OR
Capacitor
Clip
Faucet piston
Faucet gasket
Pinch tube
Picture
Push handle
Faucet cover
Push handle
Thermostat
Switch
22
23
24
25
26
27
27A
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Please order what printed on piece
22800-05100
33900-01051
22900-03601
22800-02201
22800-04800
22800-18921
22900-03001



22800-12700
22800-05500
33800-00803
22800-04800
22800-04706

22800-10000

22900-03700
22900-03800

Switch cap
Pulley, magnet and spacer assembly
Belt
Driving pulley
Motor bracket
Fan/pump motor for 1 bowl
Fan/pump motor for 2, 4 bowls
Fan
Relay
Overload protector
Terminal block cover
Terminal block with cable clamp
Motor magnet for 1, 3 bowls
Motor bracket
Pump motor 3 bowls
Cabinet
Rubber leg
Dispensing side panel
Drip tray cover
Drip tray
See table

28
36
38
1/..
22900-00400
22900-03200
22900-03100
2/..
22900-00402
22900-03201
22900-03101
3/..
22900-00402
22900-03202
22900-03102
4/..
22900-00402
22900-03203
22900-03103
WIRING DIAGRAM ARCTIC COMPACT 12/20 LT MODEL
1/12-20 - 2/12-20 - 3/12-20
1
Switch
2-3-4
Thermostat
5-7
Pump/mixer
6
Compressor
4/12-20
1-2
3-4-5-6
7-9
8-10
19
Switch
Thermostat
Pump/mixer
Compressor
Arctic Compact - Deluxe
The following Spare Parts List, extracted from the Operator’s Manual, are quoted here too for general reference only.
To order spare parts please make refernece to the Spare Part List included in the Operator’s Manual supplied with each
dispenser.
SPARE PARTS LIST ARCTIC DELUXE 12/20 LT MODEL
20
1
22900-00100
20 It bowl cover
51
22900-05600
Driving shaft 12lt
2
22900-00100
12 It bowl cover
51
22900-05601
Driving shaft 20lt
6
22800-17200
Bowl gasket
52
22900-05400
Stirrer 12lt
7
22900-00700
Plastic I-beam for connection
52
22900-05401
Stirrer 20lt
8
22900-00600
Central pivot
53
22900-05500
Central shaft 12lt
9
22040-00000
Central pivot OR
53
22900-05501
Central shaft 20lt
10
33800-00803
Motor magnet
54
10028-01801
tube for central shaft
11
22800-04800
Motor bracket
55
10533-01303
brass nut
12
22800-04706
Motor
56
22900-05700
Central shaft OR.
13

Back panel
57
22900-02504
Pump motor bracket
14
22900-04800
20 l bowl for pump
58
33800-06701
Mixer motor
15
22900-00201
Spray tube for 12 l bowl
59
22900-06200
Top cover upper part
16
22900-00000
12 l bowl for pump
60
10028-04201
Plate holder for
17
33900-01204
Impeller 60Hz
61
10028-04200
Bulb socket
18
22800-02600
Faucet spring
62
10028-03800
28V bulb
19
22900-00200
Bent tube for 20 l bowl
63
22800-11701
Top cover light contact
20
22800-21900
Faucet piston
64
22900-06020
Bottom hat mechanical agitation with light
21
10028-02500
Faucet gasket
64
22900-06030
Bottom hat mechanical agitation without light
22
22900-04820
20 l bowl for stirrer
64
22900-06050
Bottom hat with light insulated
23
21703-00000
Pinch tube
64
22900-06051
Bottom hat without light insulated
24
33900-01202
Stirrer
64
22900-06000
Bottom hat without light not insulated
25
22900-00020
12 l bowl for stirrer
65
22900-06400
Picture
26
10029-00000
Picture
68
33900-02100
Cover complete with light insulated
27
22900-00500
Push handle
68
33900-02200
Cover complete without light insulated
28
22900-00800
Faucet cover
68
33900-02300
Cover complete without light not insulated
29
22900-00501
Push handle
68
33900-01800
Cover with light to complete mechanical shaker
30
21125-00000
Switch
68
33900-01900
Cover complete without light for mechanical shaker
31
22800-05100
Switch cap
32
22800-00300
Side panel
33
22800-12700
Terminal block cover
34
22800-05500
Terminal block with cable clamp
35

Overload protector
36

Relay
37
21907-00000
Fan for 12 lt.
37A
22800-13200
Fan for 20 lt.


38
22800-04706
Fan motor for 12 lt.
38A
22800-04709
Fan motor for 20 lt.
38B
33800-06901
Fan motor for 1 bowl
39
10554-45001
Clip
40
22800-10000
Rubber leg
41

42
10502-55010
Stainless steel fixing screw for panel
43
22900-03700
Drip tray cover
44
22900-03800
Drip tray
45
21087-00000
Thermostat
46
22900-02502
Central pivot
47
22900-02503
Washer
48
33900-01011
Impeller mixer motor
49
22900-03501
Mixer motor
50
22900-02504
Pump motor bracket
Dispensing side panel

1/..
2/..
3/..
4/..
13
22800-06800
22900-02310
22900-02320
22900-02330
41
22800-21600
22800-21700
22800-21800
22900-04100
21
Please order what printed on piece
See table
Arctic Compact - Deluxe
WIRING DIAGRAM ARCTIC DELUXE 12/20 LT MODEL
1-2
Switch
3-4-5-6
Thermostat
7-8-9-10
Pump/mixer switch
11-12-13-14
Pump/mixer
15-16
Fan Motor
17-18
Compressor
19-20
Transformer
21-22-23-24
Top light
22
NOTES:
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NOTES:
24
NOTES:
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Arctic Compact - Deluxe
1 GENERAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
PROBLEM
CAUSE
No working at all. Neither pump motors, Improper or faulty electrical connection
fan motor nor compressor run
Defective main switch
REMEDY
Locate and correct the problem
Replace main switch
No refrigeration at all. Pump motors and Defective overload protector or relay of Replace overload protector
fan motor run but compressor does not compressor
run
Compressor cycles on overload protector Check the power line for low voltage and
then check starting relay and overload
protector and if necessary replace them
No or poor refrigeration
Defective thermostat (always open)
Replace thermostat
Not enough air flow for ventilation
Provide at least 15 cm (6") of free air
space all around the unit
Condenser clogged with dust
Clean the condenser using compressed
air, vacuum or a soft brush. Condenser
fins are very sharp, use extreme caution
Defective fan motor
Check for possible obstacles to fan blade
rotation. If necessary replace fan motor
Poor refrigerant gas charge
Detect possible leak, seal it and make
new refrigerant charge
Excessive refrigeration. Compressor Wrong temperature adjustment
never stops.
Adjust temperature setting
One defective thermostat (always closed) Replace thermostat
One thermostat temperature probe out Insert thermostats temperature probes
from its housing
properly into their housings
No pumping or agitation, pump motor Pump impeller does not spin at all
runs
Clean both impeller and pivot from traces
of product and if necessary lubricate them
with food grade grease.
Pump impeller does not spin freely on Check for worn impeller and if necessary
pivot
replace it.
Magnetic lock decoupling (chattering)
No pumping or agitation, pump motor Improper or faulty electrical connection
doesn't run
Verify planarity of pump motor bracket
Locate ad correct the problem
Defective pump switch
Replace pump switch
Defective pump motor
Replace pump motor
Drive magnet binds on evaporator Verify planarity of pump motor bracket
assebly
Broken transmission belt (Arctic Compact Replace transmission belt
series with multiple bowls only)
Leak from bowls
B o w l f a s t e n i n g h o o k n o t p r o p e r l y Engage bowl fastening hooks
engaged
Bowl gasket wrongly fitted
Fit bowl gasket properly around its seat
Nicked or wrong bowl gasket
Replace bowl gasket
Dripping from faucets (pinch tube faucet) Damaged or worn pinch tube.
Faucet handle out of closing position
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Replace pinch tube
Check faucet handle and/or its spring,
replacing whichever damaged
PROBLEM
CAUSE
REMEDY
Dripping from faucets (gravity stainless Nicked or wrong stainless steel gravity Replace stainless steel piston gasket
steel faucet)
piston gasket
Noisy unit
Faucet piston out of closing position
Check for stainless steel piston free
movement. If necessary clean both piston
and bowl housing.
Check for faucet handle free movement, if
necessary replace faucet handle
Bowls faucet rim damaged
Replace bowl
Worn impellers
Replace impellers
Bent fan blade
Re-bent fan blade to correct aligment
Noisy fan or pump motor
Replace noisy motor
Magnetic lock decoupling (chattering)
Verify planarity of pump motor bracket
Noisy ball bearings (Arctic Compact Replace magnetic pulley assembly
series with multiple bowls only)
No magnetic slow mixer rotation
Defective drive motor
Replace drive motor
Magnetic mixer does not rotate freely on Clean both mixer and pivot from traces of
pivot
product and if necessary lubricate them
with food grade grease
No mechanic slow mixer rotation
Ice on the evaporator
Increase product level into the bowl
Adjust temperature setting
Check thermostats
Defective drive motor
Replace drive motor
Product excessive thicknes
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•
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•
20090 Opera (MI)
•
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