Washtech UL Operating instructions

Operating instructions
Roll-over car wash system
SoftCare Evo
Type SE10
Headquarter:
WashTec Cleaning Technology GmbH
Argonstraße 7
D - 86153 Augsburg
International:
see WashTec International
Original operating instructions
Mat.-No. 226740GB
Index: b
18.6.2010
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Cleaning Technology GmbH.
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time to the form, equipment
and technology of items covered in this documentation.
For this reason, no claims
relating to the aforementioned
may be derived from the
information, illustration and
descriptions provided in these
operating instructions for
appliances or systems manufactured after the date of
issue of these operating instructions.
Warranty
We reserve the right to make
changes to this publication.
WashTec can accept no liability for indirect damage or
direct damage, incidental
damage, consequential damage or compensation for
expenses incurred by performance of contract which
arise from delivery, provision
and use of this material.
Introduction
These operating instructions are intended to help you
familiarize yourself with your system.
To start with, we have a few important things to say
about safety. Please observe these instructions without fail, in order to prevent damage to machinery and
injury to persons.
You will then learn about the structure and function
of your system. We show you step by step how to put
the system into operation and how to operate it.
We also provide you with tips on maintenance and
care, so that your system functions well at all times.
Please pay unconditional attention to the warranty
specifications.
Any questions? Before you do anything else, always
look in the table of contents. You are sure to find
what you need there.
If you do need us in person: just call us or send a
fax:
WashTec Service National
Service Phone: 0180 - 305 55 55
(0)1803 (=0.09 €/min. from a German fixed network,
0.42 €/min. maximum price from mobile networks)
FAX
Service Fax: 0180 - 505 55 55
(0)1805 (=0.14 €/ min. from a German fixed network,
0.42 €/ min. maximum price from mobile networks)
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24 hours a day
7 days a week.
WashTec Service International see next page(s).
The term WashTec Service includes the personnel of
the WashTec as well as the personnel of WashTec
partners.
WashTec International
Aegypten / ‫رصم‬
Bosnien-Herzegovina /
Bosna i Hercegovina
Griechenland / Ελλάδα
D. Alexandratos & Sons, S.A.
Mesologiou 100
185 46 Piraeus
Ferrum Egypt
8 M. Youssef Selim Street
Cairo
Algerien / ‫رئازجلا‬
Bulgarien / България
Großbritannien / UK
TopNet
Hai Ain Al-Soltane
Les Vergers/Birkhadern
Alger
Euromarket Industrial
Autoservice Equipment J.S. Co
51 Andrei Liaptechv blvd.
Mladost - 1
1784 Sofia, Bulgaria
WashTec UK Ltd.
14 Oak Industrial Estate
Chelmsford Rd.
Great Dunmow
Essex CM 6 1 XN
Argentinien / Argentina
China / 中國 / 中国
Guadeloupe
Ingeser
Oleodinamicos S.A.
Catulo Castillo 3142
Ciud ad de Buenos Aires
WashTec Car Cleaning Equipment
(Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Building 1, No. 5343 Nanting Road
Tinglin, Jinshan District
Shanghai 201505
SODM
26, rue Henri Becquerel
Z.I. de Jarry
97122 Baie Mahault
Armenien / Հայաստան
Dänemark / Danmark
Hong-Kong
Ovne LLC
43/10 str. Myasnikyan
0025 Yerevan
Armen Baghdasaryan
WashTec A/S
Guldalderen 10
DK - 2640 Hedehusene
TITAN International Ltd.
Hong Kong/China
Unit 1, 13/F, Wong´s Ind. Bldg.
368-370 Sha Tsui Road
Tsuen Wan
Australien / Australia
Estland / Eesti
Indien / India
WashTec Australia Pty. Ltd.
1,33 Maddox Street
P.O. Box 6038
Alexandria, NSW 2015
MC ROLLS/Balti Rehviseadmete A/S
Pärnu maantee 232e
11314 Tallinn
AZZIEON IMPEX PVT. LTD.
P.O.Box 7,
Amloh - 147203
State Punjab
Bahrain / ‫نيرحبلا‬
Finnland / Suomi
Indonesien / Indonesia
Ebrahim K. Kanoo WLL
P.O. Box 119
BRN-Manama
MC ROLLS/ProWash Oy
Juhtatie 2
FIN-00 750 Helsinki
P.T. Jagat Sentosa Adijaya Corporation
Jalan Majapahit No. 28 C-D
Jakarta 10160
Belgien / België, Belgique
Frankreich / France
Iran / ‫ناريإ‬
WashTec Benelux
Humaniteitslaan 415
B - 1190 Brussel
WashTec France S.A.S.
84, Avenue Denis Papin
F-45 808
St. Jean de Braye Cedex
Parizan Sanat, 3th Floor, No. 85,
Corner of Street Ghasemi
Akbari Blv. ,Azadi Blv.
1459973113
Tehran - Iran
Irland / Éire
Israel / ‫לארשי‬
Italien / Italia
WashTec Ireland Ltd.
Unit 72A Western Parkway Business
Park
Ballymount Road
Dublin 12
Laak-Hary Ltd.
Mochav Neve Doron
Aha Silver Street No. 13
70300 Beer Ya’Aqov
WashTec Srl.
Via Achille Grandi 16/E
I - 15033 Casale Monferrato
WashTec International
Kanar. Inseln / Islas Canarias
Litauen / Lietuva
Norwegen / Norge
Dican Auto D.M., SL
C/Ferrallista n° 11
Polignono Industrial Salinetas, Parcela
36
E-35219 Telde
Las Palmas - Gran Canaria
Cosmica Servisas Ltd.
H. ir O. Mionkovskiu 87,
LT - 46222, Kaunas
WashTec Bilvask
Bedriftsveien 6
N - 0950 Oslo
Kasachstan/ Қазақстан
Luxemburg / Luxembourg
Oman / ‫نامع‬
Atameken TransService TOO
Gagarin Str. 236-B
Almaty
spk s.a.
6A, rue du commerce
L - 3895 Foetz
Hani Oilfield Supplies & Services LLC
P.O. Box 1618,
112 Ruwi
Kolumbien / Colombia
Malaysia / Malaysia
Österreich
Agriclean Ltda
A.A. 101925
Bogota
FAR EAST MOTORS
Ground Floor, Bangunan O'Connor
Lot No 13, Jalan 223
MAL - 46 100 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan
WashTec Cleaning Technology GmbH
Wehlistr. 27 b
A - 1200 Wien
Korea / 한국
Marokko / ‫برغملا‬
Philippinen / Pilipinas
MATAM
209, Boulevard Moulay Ismail
Route de Rabat
CASABLANCA
POWER-CHECK Inc.
B - 14 Commonwealth Avenue
Old Balara, Diliman
RP-Quezon City
Korsika / Corse
Martinique
Polen / Polska
Ets. A. Lavios
Lot. St Francois n° 34
Boite Postale 76
F-20290 Borgo
Autonickel
Imm. Les Amandiers, ZI de la Lezarde
97232 Le Lamentin
PHU Mayco-WashTec
ul. Wadowicka 8H
PL - 30 - 415 Kraków
Kroatien / Hrvatska
Neu Kaledonien /
Nouvelle Calédonie
Quatar
ROHÉ Korea Corporation
302-12 Chamsilbon-Dong
Songpa-Gu
ROK - Seoul
Auto Enigma d.o.o.
Ivana Sopica 10
10431 Sv. Nedelja
Soprotec Equipements Véhicules
SARL
Complexe Usine Center
Rond point de Doniambo, BP8747
98807 Nouméa Cédex
QATAR TRADING COMPANY
Ibn. Dirhem Street, 25B Ring Rd.
Q-Doha
Lettland / Latvija
Neuseeland / New Zealand
Reunion
Cosmica Servisas
H. ir O. Minkovskiu 87
LT - 46222 Kaunas
CAR KLEEN New Zealand Ltd.
9B 1066 Great South Road
Penrose
Auckland
Cadis, Groupe Caillé
ZAC 2000,
14, rue Claude Shappe
97420 Le Port
Libanon / ‫نانبل‬
Niederlande / Nederland
Rumänien / România
Ste. Michael A. Cordahi Fils
Avenue Charles Malik
Centre DéDé, 1er étage
16 6920 Beyrouth - Achrafieh
WashTec Benelux
Industrieterrein Lansinghage
Radonstraat 9
NL - 2718 SV Zoetermeer
SC WAPO Service SRL
Str. Aleea Capidava nr. 14-18
sector 2, Bucharesti
WashTec International
Rumänien / România
ACIS Petrolservice Srl.
Str. Gábor Áron Nr. 20
Vlahita-535800
Serbien-Montenegro /
Serbia & Montenegro
Tecon Sistem
Proleterske solidarnosti 21b
11070 Novi Beograd
Ukraine / Україна
DP "ACIS-Ukraine"
Kharkovskaya road 201/203
02091, Kyiv, Ukraine
Rumänien / România
Singapur / Singapore
Ungarn / Magyarország
PRO WASH DISTRIBUTION SRL
Bd. Preciziei, 1 etaj 3-D
Tronson 1 Sector 6
052202 Bucharest
Kims Marketing Pte Ltd.
18 Tuas Avenue 9
Singapore 639 177
Acis Benzinkuttechnika
Gyar u 2.
H - 2040 Budaörs
Rußland / Россия
Slowakei / Slovensko
USA
ACIS
Avtomotornaja, 2
125438 Moskau
TENSUMAAT a.s.
Ing Marián Tencer
Frana Mojtu 1
SLK - 949 01 Nitra
Mark VII Equipment Inc.
5981 Tennyson Street
Arvada, CO 80003
Spanien / España
Slowenien / Slovenija
Vereinigte Arabische Emirate /
‫ةدحتملا ةيبرعلا تارامإلا‬
WashTec Spain, S.A.
Josep Taradellas 100-102
E - 08 029 Barcelona
Tehnounion Zastropstva d.o.o.
Masljeva ulica 3
SI - 1230 Domzale
Schweden / Sverige
Thailand / ราชอาณาจักรไทย
Weißrussland / Беларусь
WashTec Sverige AB
Sagvagen 40
S- 184 40 Akersberga
Inter Auto Process Co., Ltd.
647/12 Ramkhamhaeng Road
Huamark, Bangkapi
Bangkok 10240
Akvatechnika-M Ltd.
Dolginovski trakt 50 - 1H
Minsk 220053
Republic of Belarus
Schweden / Sverige
Tschechien / Česko
WashTec Sverige AB
Fältspatsg. 1
S-421 30 Västra Frölunda
WashTec CZ, spol.S.r.o.
U Trati 1440/48
100 00 Praha 10
CZ - Strasnice
Schweden / Sverige
Tunesien / ‫سنوت‬
WashTec Sverige AB
Tegelvägen 11
S- 232 54 Akarp
EIP Industrie
Route MC 130
2042 Cité Ettahrir - Tunis
Schweiz / Svizzera / Suisse
Türkei / Türkiye
ESA -Einkaufsorganisation des
Schweizerischen Auto- und Motorfahrzeuggewerbes
Maritzstr. 47
CH- 3401 Burgdorf
HIO Carwash Systems
Technology
Ivedik Caddesi 106/E
Yenimahalle / Ankara
Al Futtaim Motors
p.o.Box 11052
Dubai
Dear Customer,
thank you for opting for WashTec. You have selected a product that will be in reliable operation in your car wash business for a long time. And there is a lot you can
do to ensure this. Please read this operating manual carefully and observe the
maintenance and care instructions listed in it. This significantly increases the service life of your system.
In case of a problem, please check the following points first:
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Observe the error messages on the display of the operating unit!
Could the problem be due to a power failure or a failure in the air or water
supply?
Are missing respectively wrong equipment or non-dearated feed pumps the
cause?
Is the emergency-off button/switch activated?
Are the light barriers dirty?
Our customer service will remedy defects in/on the system in the scope of our
warranty. These relate to the service that is part of the delivery scope of our machines and do not include: equipment, wear and tear parts, damages caused by
improper operation, etc. The exclusions from warranty are listed on the next two
pages.
If components were connected during the installation of your new system (for example existing aggregates like pumps etc. or equipment by other manufacturers
like automatic doors, water recycling plants, etc.) that we did not deliver, possible
operational breakdowns caused by these components are also excluded from our
warranty. This naturally also applies to breakdowns directly related to this thirdparty equipment.
In order to prevent damages to vehicles passing through the car wash facility,
you must observe all notices in the operating manual. A sequencer controls the
automatic doors (in winter operation together with light barrier signals) by means
of switching impulses for opening and closing the car wash facility. For protection
against damage, the doors must be equipped with suitable safety installations.
Please contact your door supplier.
We wish you lots of success with your business.
WashTec Cleaning Technology GmbH
Exclusions from warranty
Valid for machine types:
GW
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Delivery and installation of any type of illuminates and lights
X
z
Delivery and installation of sign boards or –foils.
X
z
Program modifications on behalf of the ordering party
X
z
Delivery of operating facilities/ program cards
X
z
Provision of cleaning agents and operating facilities
X
z
Remedy of damages which are related to the impact of frost
X
Exchange of defect pre-fusing in the supply line (customer
X
z
supplied main distributor)
z
Replacement of system parts which got lost by theft
X
Replacement and disposal of filter media such as quartz
z
sand, filter pads, etc.
z
Disposal of silt traps and sedimentation tanks
X
z
Filling and spindling of the under-floor heater
Remedy of damages or malfunctions which have been
X
caused by improper operation of the system through the
z
operator.
Examples:
Usage of non-original WashTec spare parts or non-original
X
1.
brush material by the ordering party
2.
Manual actuation of contactors
X
Damage of the system or accessories by the operator or
X
3.
third party
Cleaning of the system with unsuitable cleaning agents, e.g.
X
4.
hydrofluoric acid.
Unprofessional cleaning of the system with high-pressure
X
5.
units
Soiling of brushes or dosing facilities due to mixing up or
X
6.
using the wrong cleaning agents such as shampoo, wax,
etc.
Wrong setting of the dosing facilities by the ordering party
X
7.
and resultand malfunctions
Empty cleaning agent containers or dosing pumps which
X
8.
have not been bleeded.
9.
Violent removal of jammed program cards
X
10. Dirty light barriers and spray nozzles
X
Malfunctions caused by clogging of the fresh water line,
X
11. process water line and waste water line and by cleaning
these lines
Explicit non-observance of the maintenance and care work
X
12. which has to be carried out by the operator and which is
outlined in the operating instructions / operating journal
WT
CW
WR
SW
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Valid for machine types:
GW
Services which have to be supplied to remedy or minimize,
X
odour problems and which have been caused by insufficient
13.
cleaning of the recycling system and its environment
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
z
CW
WR
SW
X
X
X
X
Not accurately timed disposal or cleaning of the silt trap,
X
X
X
X
X
sedimentation tanks, pump storage tank and light oil- or
coalescence separator
Cleaning the filter of the water supply and the freeze protecX
tion facility
No or wrong supply of coins, wrong coins
X
Cleaning of the chimney and heater systems
X
All malfunctions at the burner of the heating system and
X
yearly emission control
Submitance of evidence for the above examples rests with the ordering party
X
Consumable material which is not included in the scope
of supplies:
Replacement brush for surAqua tester
Brush feet
face washer
Fine-filter plug
Flat jet nozzle
Hand lance
High-pressure pistol
Injectors
Lance holder
Lance pipe
Lance hose
Foam lance
Dirt filter
Protection hood
Protection hood for brush
Collar
Support for foam brush
Explanation of the short terms:
GW
WT
CW
WR
SW
WT
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
Gantry wash system
Conveyor wash tunnel
Commercial vehicle wash system
Water recycling system
Self service wash systems
List of contents
Subject
Page no.
Introduction
1. General information
1.1.
1.2.
Guide to symbols
Declaration of conformity
2. Safety instructions
2.1.
2.2.
2.3.
2.4.
2.5.
1-1
1-1
1-1
2-1
General information
Intended use
Additional dangers
Working safely
Safety during operation
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-3
2-6
3. Structure and function
3-1
3.1. Mechanical structure
3.2. Additional equipment - mechanical
3.3. Fluid technical system
3.3.1. Fluid system
3.3.2. Spray system
3.4. Control system and electronics
3.5. Special equipment
4. Commissioning/assembly/dis-mantling/
conversion/disposal
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
Commissioning
Dismantling/conversion/transport/ assembly
Disposal
5. Washing operation
5.1.
5.2.
5.3.
5.4.
Safety instructions
Preparing the vehicle
Car wash procedure
Procedure for emergency stops and malfunctions
3-2
3-7
3-16
3-17
3-22
3-27
3-29
4-1
4-1
4-9
4-9
5-1
5-1
5-4
5-5
5-8
6. Settings and checking
6.1.
6.2.
6.3.
6.4.
6.5.
6.6.
Adjusting the compressed air
Bleeding the suction lines at the dosing pumps
Adjusting the dosing pump
Bleeding the suction lines at the rim cleaner pump
Adjust rim cleaner pump
Reading and setting the water flowing pressure
7. Maintenance and care
7.1. Safety instructions
7.2. Care
7.2.1. Lime-scale removal
7.2.2. Cleaning of the system
7.2.3. Cleaning of the floor
7.2.4. Cleaning of plastic parts
7.2.5. Cleaning of the brushes
7.2.6. Special treatment
7.3. Maintenance
7.3.1. Maintenance on demand
7.3.2. Weekly Maintenance
7.3.3. Monthly Maintenance
7.3.4. Maintenance every six months
7.3.5. Annually
6-1
6-1
6-4
6-5
6-6
6-7
6-8
7-1
7-1
7-2
7-4
7-5
7-5
7-6
7-6
7-9
7-10
7-10
7-11
7-12
7-13
7-14
8. Error messages
8-1
9. Operating units
9-1
9.1. Operating terminal CP1
9.2. Operating terminal CP0
9.3. Starting up the operating terminal
9.4. Starting wash programs
9.5. Manual operation with the control buttons
9.6. Service programs
9.7. Multifunctional unit
9.7.1. Overview
9.7.2. Structure
9.7.3. Commissioning
9.7.4. Wash operation with card
9.7.5. Start wash programs with cards
9.7.6. Wash operation with slot machine
9.7.7. Wash operation with barcode reader
9.7.8. Cleaning the card reader
9-4
9-6
9-9
9-9
9-12
9-16
9-90
9-90
9-91
9-91
9-92
9-93
9-95
9-96
9-97
10.
Special equipment
10.1.
10.2.
10.3.
10.4.
10.5.
11.
Technical specifications
11.1.
11.2.
12.
Fresh-water supply systems
Under-body wash - turnable
Under-body wash – sectionwise
Vehicle moving device
Rolling shutter door control
Dimensions
Technical Data
Appendix
10-1
10-2
10-4
10-7
10-8
10-9
11-1
11-1
11-2
12-1
Chapter 1 – General information
1. General information
1.1. Guide to symbols
This section contains an explanation of the symbols
used in these operating instructions.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, may result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, may result in property damage.
NOTICE
Indicates sections which contain important information.
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⇒
Indicates work operations which need to be carried
out.
This symbol is followed by a description about how
the status of the system changes after an operation
has been carried out.
1.2. Declaration of conformity
The system is developed and manufactured in compliance with valid European standards and guidelines. The EC declaration of conformity for your system will be handed to you by WashTec Service after
commissioning of the system. Add the declaration to
the end of these operating instructions. The declaration of conformity is part of the system documentation.
SoftCare Evo - Type SE10
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Chapter 2 - Safety instructions
2. Safety instructions
2.1. General information
In order to guarantee safe use and fault-free operation, all individuals who are involved in any way with
the roll-over car wash system must have read and
understood this operating manual. The instructions in
this operating manual must be complied with by all
individuals who operate the roll-over car wash system or who work on it. In addition, the regulations
and directives which are applicable in the place of
use must also be observed (safety regulations, environmental requirements, etc.).
Operating company
The operating company is obliged only to allow individuals to work on the roll-over car wash system who
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are familiar with the regulations for safety in the
workplace and for accident prevention,
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have been instructed in using the system,
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who have previously read and understood this
operating manual.
We recommend that every operating company has
this confirmed in writing by its personnel.
Personnel
SoftCare Evo - Type SE10
All individuals who are commissioned to work on the
roll-over car wash system must, before work commences, undertake
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to observe the regulations for safety in the workplace and accident prevention,
ƒ
and to read this operating manual carefully and to
observe its content.
2-1
Chapter 2 - Safety instructions
2.2. Intended use
The roll-over car wash system is designed for cleaning the outside of closed vehicles or parts of vehicles,
in which the cleaning, drying or special treatment
equipment are power driven.
CAUTION
Vehicles which extend beyond the allowed vehicle-width or vehicle-length should not be
washed.
Pay attention to the information in chapter 11
"Technical specifications".
If the roll-over car wash system is used for vehicles with certain features, this may result in damage to the vehicle.
Pay attention to the information in chapter 5
"Washing operation".
The safety of persons and animals, the roll-over
car wash system and vehicles cannot be guaranteed if the wash system is not used in accordance with its intended use.
WashTec can accept no liability for any other
usage or any modifications made to the roll-over
car wash system.
SoftCare Evo - Type SE10
2-2
Chapter 2 - Safety instructions
2.3. Additional dangers
The roll-over car wash system has been manufactured in accordance with the latest safety standards
and has been rated as absolutely operationally safe.
Despite this fact, the system can represent a danger
if it is used incorrectly or for any purpose other than
its intended use by untrained personnel.
No liability can be accepted for damages caused by
improper use, incorrect operation or non-observance
of the operating instructions
2.4. Working safely
General
All work on the roll-over car wash system other
than that specifically described in this operating
manual may only be carried out by WashTec Service personnel.
No liability can be accepted for damages that are
caused by improper work - in particular work that
is not described in this operating manual.
Work on the roll-over car wash system that is described in this operating manual may only be
carried out by authorised, qualified and fully instructed personnel. These individuals must have
received instruction from WashTec Service about
potential dangers.
Work on the electrical parts of the system may
only be carried out by qualified individuals as
defined by DIN EN 50110-1 Section 3.2.1. In countries where DIN EN 50110-1 does not apply, the
country-specific regulations must be observed.
SoftCare Evo - Type SE10
2-3
Chapter 2 - Safety instructions
Working without protective clothes can cause
serious accidents.
Protective clothes
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Maintenance
Service
Care
Observe the accident prevention regulations which apply to the place of operation.
Wear proper non-skid boots, protective
goggles and appropriate protective
clothes.
Maintenance, service and care work carried out
on the machine while it is switched on can cause
serious accidents.
Always work through the following steps before
starting maintenance, service and care work:
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SoftCare Evo - Type SE10
Always refer to the safety instructions of
the cleaning and care agent manufacturer
for proper precautions.
Move the roll-over car wash system into an
easily accessible position
Switch off the electricity on the complete
system
Turn off the compressed air. Close the air
supply at the ball valve located in the fluidtechnical system cabinet and turn the input
pressure regulator to 0 bars.
Switch off the water supply.
Secure the system to prevent it from being
switched on unintentionally.
2-4
Chapter 2 - Safety instructions
Checks
Faults
Carrying out checking and adjustment work and
attempting to rectify errors on the roll-over car
wash system while it is switched on can result in
serious accidents.
If necessary, authorised, qualified and instructed
individuals who are familiar with the potential
risks may enter the system while it is switched
on.
In this case, there must always be a second person at the main switch who can switch off the
roll-over car wash system in the event of an
emergency.
A falling roof brush or roof nozzle can cause serious accidents. Never stand underneath the roof
brush or roof nozzle.
Keep adequate distance to power driven elements.
Do not touch moving elements while the system
is running.
Please observe that also idle elements may suddenly be moved by the controller.
Operation with malfunctions and damages
On several pages within these operating instructions it is pointed out that WashTec Service has
to be informed in case of malfunctions or damages to the system. Continued operation of the
system without consideration of this information
may cause damage to machinery and injury to
persons.
Adhere to the instructions in these operating instructions and inform WashTec Service to avoid
damage to machinery and injury to persons.
WashTec can accept no responsibility for damage to machinery and injury to persons if this is
not observed.
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2.5. Safety during operation
Safety instructions
for the operator
The roll-over car wash system may only be operated by authorised, qualified and instructed personnel. These individuals must have received
instruction from WashTec Service personnel
about potential dangers.
With self-service wash systems, there must
always be one person who can be reached
during operation who is familiar with the system
and is able to take or initiate the necessary
measures to prevent dangerous situations in the
event of failure.
For wash systems which are operated in selfservice mode, e.g. the operator or his personnel
are not present during the wash cycle, and where
the driver remains seated in the vehicle during
the wash cycle it is highly recommended to install a video surveillance for controlling the wash
area.
In dangerous situations, the "emergency off"
button is to be pressed immediately.
The wash system operator is obliged to inform
vehicle wash customers of the potential risks
involved in using the roll-over car wash system.
This information must be displayed on instruction notices in front of the vehicle wash building
(see next page and chapter 5.1. and 5.2).
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Incorrect use of the roll-over car wash system by
customers can cause serious accidents.
Safety instructions
for the customer
Only for car wash
systems, where the
customer remains
in his car during
the wash cycle
Only for car wash
systems, where the
customer leaves his
car during the wash
cycle
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Customers must be informed of the following
without fail:
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For safety reasons, the instructions of the car
wash plant operator must be obeyed.
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The vehicle may not be left by any person in
case of problems. Wait for instructions of the
operator.
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The operating range of the roll-over car wash
system should not be entered during the
wash cycle without attendance of the operator
and only with his agreement.
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Children and animals may not be left alone
inside the car during the wash cycle.
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No persons are allowed within the operating
range of the roll-over car wash system during
the wash process. The drive in area has to be
kept clear.
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Any animals are to be kept on a leash and
under supervision.
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3. Structure and function
This chapter is designed to help you familiarise yourself with the structure and function of your roll-over
car wash system. The following pages contain a
short description of the individual assemblies, to assist you in this process:
Mechanical structure .............................
Additional equipment - mechanical ..…..
Fluid technical system ..........………......
Control system and electronics .............
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The diagrams below will help you with orientation.
Side view
Rear
Front
Entry direction
Front view
Media
cabinet
side
(MS)
Control
cabinet
side
(ES)
Fig. 3-1: Orientation diagrams
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3.1. Mechanical structure
1 = Frame
3 = Roof brush
5 = Wheel washer (option)
2 = Drier system
4 = Side brushes
6 = Operating unit
Fig. 3-2: Roll-over car wash system- front view
Frame
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The self-supporting and galvanised sheet-steel frame
forms the main framework of the roll-over car wash
system. The two side elements contain the control
cabinet on the right and the fluid technical system on
the left side. They act as supporting elements for the
upper frame. There is a base with a travel mechanism below each side element.
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Roof brush
Up and down movements are executed steplessly by
means of flat belts and the lift drive.
2
3
1
1 = Shaft
2 = Rotary drive
3 = Flat belt
Fig. 3-3: Roof brush
During the wash stage, the vehicle contour is memorised. The central control system regulates the up
and down movement based on this data.
Before the drying starts, the roof brush is switched
on to remove remaining water out of the brush.
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Side brushes
The side brushes are connected directly to the rotary
drive by rollers. The side brushes are mounted on a
moving bearing for precise adaptation to the vehicle
contours.
Fig. 3-4: Side brushes on movable bearings
During the wash stage, the vehicle contour is memorised. The microprocessor control system regulates
the position and consequently the application pressure of the side brushes on the basis of these measured data.
NOTICE
The roll-over car wash system is pre-set in the
factory with the optimum settings for the type of
brushes installed on commissioning. If other
brush materials are subsequently used, adjustments must be made by WashTec Service.
Only original WashTec brushes and coverings
may be used. If other brushes are used, no guarantee whatsoever can be provided for the function of the system.
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Drier system
The drier system is made up of the two side nozzles
and the two side blowers (1) as well as a roof nozzle
with an integrated blower (2). Optionally the roof
nozzle may be swivel-mounted (see Chapter 3.2.
“Additional equipment - mechanical“). The roof nozzle is mounted on guide rails. Up and down movements are executed steplessly by means of two flat
belts on each side and the lift drive.
1 = Side blowers
2 = Roof nozzle with integrated blower
Fig. 3-5: Drier system
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Safety ring switch
There is a safety ring switch (1) located at the centre
of the nozzle.
As soon as the safety ring switch touches a vehicle
during the drying stage, the gantry is stopped and
the roof nozzle makes a correcting movement (upwards). If the safety ring switch is thereby not released the system is switched off. The display on the
operating terminal shows an error message.
As soon as safety ring switch touches a vehicle during the wash stage which is too high, the system is
switched off. The display on the operating terminal
shows an error message.
1 = Safety ring switch
Fig. 3-6: Roof nozzle with safety ring switch
!
Faulty safety ring switches can cause damage to
vehicles.
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Check the safety ring switches every day
before starting up (see Chapter 4, "Commissioning")
Obstacles on the vehicle (taxi signs, ski-holders,
etc.) may not, in some circumstances, be detected, and can be damaged.
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Override obstacles manually
(see chapter 9, "Operating units")
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3.2. Additional equipment - mechanical
Depending on the model, your roll-over car wash
system will have various kinds of additional equipment.
Wheel washer
One of the following wheel washers may be installed
in the system:
Low-pressure brush wheel washer 18“ rims.
Horizontally guided. Directly driven.
High-pressure brush wheel washer for 18“ rims.
Horizontally guided. Directly driven.
Fig. 3-7: Wheel washer
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The wheel wash brushes are integrated in both side
elements and are driven directly. A light barrier (1)
identifies the wheel.
1 = Light barrier
Fig. 3-8: Light barrier
The wheel wash is executed as described below:
⇒
⇒
⇒
⇒
⇒
⇒
The light barrier detects the wheel
The gantry comes to a standstill
The wheel washing brush is extended /
The high-pressure spray system is switched
on
The wheel is washed
The wheel washing brush returns to its starting position / The high-pressure spray system
is switched off
The gantry starts again
High-pressure wheel washers may be set-up in a
way that also the sills are cleaned. As soon as the
vehicle front is detected the high-pressure spray system is switched on and the wheel wash brushes rotate. High-pressure spray system and wheel wash
brushes are switched off at the vehicle rear. The
wheel wash is executed as described before.
CAUTION
Vehicles with rear wheel cladding may be damaged in automatic operating mode (only brush
wheel washer.
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Control the wheel washing manually (see
Chapter 9 "Operating units").
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Swivel mounted and rotating roof nozzle
The swivel mounted and the rotating roof nozzle improves the drying result.
Swivel-mounted roof nozzle: A pneumatically controlled cylinder (1) swivels the nozzle towards the
front or rear of the vehicle.
1 = Pneumatically controlled cylinder
Fig. 3-9: Swivel-mounted roof nozzle
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Roof nozzle with light
barrier system
The light barrier system at the roof nozzle serves two
functions:
1.
Contour control
When a vehicle has not yet been captured by the
brush wash the light barrier system controls the up
and down movement of the roof nozzle.
2.
Safety function
The light barriers serve as an additional safety device to the safety ring switch.
1
1 = Light barriers
Fig. 3-10: Position of the light barriers
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!
Defect light-barriers can cause damage to vehicles.
)
Observe the operating unit for failure messages during start-up of the system.
Obstacles on the vehicle (taxi signs, ski-holders,
etc.) may not, in some circumstances, be detected, and can be damaged.
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Override obstacles manually
(see chapter 9, "Operating units").
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Positioning aid and
traffic light
Positioning of the vehicle in the wash hall is supported by a light barrier system and a traffic light in
the side element.
Two light barriers (1) and (2) identify the position of
the vehicle.
Fig. 3-11: Position of the traffic-light light barriers
The symbols for positioning the vehicle are actuated
by the light barriers, e.g.:
FORWARD
S
T
O
P
STOP
REVERSE
Fig. 3-12: Traffic-light symbols
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Insufficient safety distances may cause severe
accidents.
Systems where the safety distance does not
comply with local regulations may not be operated without safety shutdowns.
In case the system has been modified afterwards
in a way that the safety distance does not comply
anymore with local regulations (i.e. installation of
a heater, a wash basin, etc.) the wash system has
to be refitted with a safety shutdown.
The safety shutdown feature is used in short or narrow buildings in which the safety distance specified
by the valid, applicable local regulations cannot be
maintained.
Safety shutdown
front side
The safety shutdown feature at the front side consists of a door mounted on moving bearings and a
proximity switch which is located in the lower side
element. The system shuts down as soon as pressure is applied to the door.
Fig. 3-13: Safety shutdown - front side
:
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Safety shutdown
rear side
The safety shutdown at the rear side consists of a
u-profile (2) which is mounted above the guidance
rail of the roof nozzle. The u-profile is swivel
mounted and fastened by a bolt with a spring at the
bottom. A switch (1) is located behind the u-profile.
The system shuts down as soon as frontal pressure
is applied to the u-profile.
1
2
1 = Switch
2 = U-profile
Fig. 3-14: Safety shutdown - rear side
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Outer sides
The safety shutdown at the outer sides consists of a
swivel mounted splash guard and a switch which is
mounted behind the splash guard in the lower section. The system shuts down as soon as pressure is
applied to the splash guard.
Fig. 3-15: Safety shutdown outer sides
If the safety shutdown is faulty, people can get
caught between the wall of the building and the
wash gantry.
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Check the safety shutdown every day before starting up the system (see Chapter 4
"Commissioning")
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3.3.
Fluid technical system
The fluid technical system is made up of the following elements:
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Fluid system
Spray system
Fluid system
Spray system
1 = Low pressure water distribution
2 = Pneumatic system
3 = Dosing pumps and cleaning agent containers
Fig. 3-16: Fluid technical system
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3.3.1. Fluid system
CAUTION
A modification of the water and air pressure settings may cause damage to the system and/or
vehicle and/or a deterioration of the washing result.
Change settings only in agreement with
WashTec.
Low-pressure water distribution
The low-pressure water distribution (see figure 3-18)
distributes the fresh and process water through the
outlets to the individual spray systems. It has a
modular structure and varies depending on the configuration of the system.
The sequence of the outlets at the process water
side (A) is fixed. The sequence of the outlets at the
fresh water side (B) is variable. At systems without
process water system, fresh water is supplied
through the process water inlet.
The water flow pressure can be read off the water
pressure gauges when the spray system is switched
on. The water flow pressure can be adjusted at the
pressure regulator (see chapter 6).
1 = Hot water
2 = Winter water control
3 = Hot water + Winter
water control
Fig. 3-17: Hot water supply and
winter water control
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For systems with hot water supply and/or winter water control: The water distribution is located in the
upper left corner of the media cabinet.
The illustration on the next page shows all possible
configurations.
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Inlet
Process
water side
(A)
Outlet
Inlet
Fresh
water side
(B)
Outlet
1a =
1b =
2=
3a =
3b =
4=
Process water inlet with winter control
Process water inlet w/o winter control
Pre-rinsing
Brush wetting standard
Brush wetting with dryrun protection
Low-pressure wheel washer
5a =
5b=
5c=
5d=
6=
7=
8=
9=
10 =
11 =
Fresh water with osmosis w/o winter control
Fresh water with osmosis with winter control
Fresh water w/o osmosis w/o winter control
Fresh water w/o osmosis with winter control
Foam pre-wash
Chemical pre-wash unfoamed
Rim cleaner intensive
Post-rinsing standard
Preservation
Freeze protection
Fig. 3-18: Low-pressure water distribution
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Dosing pumps and
cleaning agent
containers
NOTICE
The pneumatically controlled dosing pumps draw the
cleaning and care products from the relevant cleaning agent containers and lead them to the injection
points in the low-pressure water distribution.
See chapter 6 for information about adjusting
and bleeding the dosing pumps.
See chapter 4 for refilling the cleaning agent containers.
Labeling
For an easy identification all chemical systems from
the cleaning agent container up to the injection point
are marked with different colours (markings at the
lines, coloured rings at the cleaning agent containers
and labels at the dosing pumps).
Meaning:
Yellow
Light green
Dark green
Red
Orange
Blue
White
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Shampoo
Foam
Chemical pre-wash
Wax care
Preservation
Drying aid
Rim special
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Pneumatic system
The main connection for the customer supplied
compressed air is located a the filter pressure
regulator (1a). The compressed air supply is controlled by a ball valve (1b).
Only oil-free compressed air is permitted.
The filter pressure regulator cleans the compressed
air from destructive particles and regulates the compressed air which is provided by the customer to the
main pressure of approx. 6 bar.
Fig. 3-19: Filter pressure
regulator
Besides the main pressure the system is using reduced air pressure for several tasks. These are adjusted to the required value by additional pressure
regulators (see chapter 6.1. for setting and pressure
values).
The pneumatic valves are used to control all pneumatic components and devices.
1 = Filter pressure
regulator
2 = Pressure regulators
Fig. 3-20: Pneumatic system
Fig. 3-21: Manual operation switches
There is a risk of injury if the manual operation
switches (3) are in position 1. Pneumatic units
may suddenly be moved.
Switch manual operation switches (3) always in
position 0 during automatic operation. No individuals close to the device when the according
valve is controlled manually.
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Heater and freeze protection device
The heater (1+2) in the media cabinet guarantees a
safe operation during low temperatures. A temperature sensor controls the temperature in the cabinet. If
the temperature drops 2° below the temperature setpoint the heater is switched on automatically.
Temperature setting with service program menu
0371 (see chapter 9.6).
2
1
The freeze protection device provides protection
from frost damage to the water system for roll-over
car wash systems that are installed outdoors or
which are not protected from frost. A temperature
sensor controls the temperature. If the temperature
drops 2° below the temperature set-point, the executing wash program will first be finished. Afterwards
the freeze protection program will be started to drain
all spray systems.
Temperature setting with service program menu
0370 (see chapter 9.6).
The system cannot execute a wash program while
the freeze protection program is running.
Fig. 3-22: Heater
CAUTION
Frost damage when the system is switched off
and/or not installed correctly.
Water supply has to be installed in a freeze protected room. All supply lines have to be installed
frost-proof.
Leave main switch and compressed air turned on
at the risk of frost. Release emergency-off button.
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3.3.2. Spray system
Depending on the configuration your roll-over car
wash system may be equipped with a varying number of spray heads and spray pipes. The spray pipes
are connected with hoses to the water distribution
Spray system - options
Spray system - standard
1a
1b
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Pre-and post-rinsing
Post-rinsing
Brush wetting
Preservation
Foam pre-wash
Side high-pressure
Chemical pre-wash
Rim cleaning device
Roof high-pressure
Fig. 3-23: Spray system in maximum configuration
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Standard spray system
Pre-rinsing (1a)
Removes coarse dirt. Depending on the configuration with process water or fresh water.
Post-rinsing (1a + 1b)
Rinses the washed vehicle with fresh water.
NOTICE
Water pressure for post rinsing is adjustable at
separate ball valve.
Do not reduce the flowing pressure at the fresh
water inlet because this will also change the mixing ratio of the foam system.
Brush wetting (2)
1. wash stage: sprinkles water and shampoo onto
the brushes.
2. wash stage: sprinkles only water onto the brushes.
Depending on the configuration with process water
or fresh water.
For systems with fresh and process water supply:
The winter water control may be used to select either
fresh or process water during the 2. wash stage (see
chapter 9.6, menu 06).
Why fresh water?
During winter time a lot of salt ends up in the system
and therewith also in the process water. Thereby
stains appear on the vehicle during drying. By additional usage of fresh water a stainless drying is
achieved.
NOTICE
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Don’t forget: Switch back to process water after
winter time. Otherwise increased fresh water
consumption.
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Optional spray system
Foam pre-wash (4)
The foam device sprays a dirt- softening, highly
foaming shampoo onto the surface of the vehicle
during a separate stage.
NOTICE
The best cleaning result is achieved with liquid
and fine blowy foam which flows down the vehicle. Dry foam does not absorb the dirt and has
only a limited cleaning effect (see chapter 6
„Operation and settings“ for more information).
Chemical pre-wash (5)
The chemical pre-wash sprays a dirt-softening
chemical solution onto the surface of the vehicle during a separate stage.
Preservation system (3)
The preservation system applies hot wax or cold wax
onto the vehicle in a separate stage.
When the system is configured for hot wax care, a
hot water boiler is integrated in the side element of
the media cabinet side.
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Osmosis
The osmosis device takes care of a stainless drying
of the vehicle when no dryer system is installed. During post-rinsing it sprays the vehicle with osmosis
water instead of fresh water. At the same time a
chemical drying aid may be applied.
Rim spraying device (7)
The rim spraying device applies a rim cleaner
through a nozzle as soon as the wheel is detected by
the light barrier.
A separate rim cleaner pump (7a) sucks the rim
cleaner out of the cleaning agent container and leads
it directly to the rim spray nozzle where it is applied
undiluted. Information about setting and bleeding the
rim cleaner pump can be found in chapter 6 „Operation and settings“.
Fig. 3-24: Rim spraying device
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High-pressure
spray system
The high-pressure spray system is of modular structure and consists of a side and a roof high-pressure
system which may be combined. The high-pressure
spray system cleans the vehicle with high water
pressure from coarse dirt. Depending on the configuration with fresh or process water.
Side high-pressure fixed (5)
The lateral spray pipes are fixed in the side frame
Side high-pressure for vans
The lateral spray pipes are extended and are supplied separately.
Roof high-pressure (8)
The high-pressure roof spray system is attached to
the roof drier. It remains in its upper home position
during cleaning.
For all high-pressure cleaning systems
A separate pump station supplies the necessary
amount of water at the correct pressure for the highpressure cleaning system (see Chapter 10 "Additional equipment").
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3.4. Control system and electronics
The control system is installed in control cabinet.
1 = Microprocessor
control
2 = Transformer
3 = Lamp module
4 = Fuses
5 = Motor protection
switches
7 = Conductors
8 = Frequency converters
Fig. 3-25: Controller
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When the control cabinet door is opened, there is
a risk of electrical shock injury when the system
is switched on.
Switch the power off at the main switch before
you open the control cabinet door.
If the door must be opened with the system
switched on in order to carry out certain maintenance, testing and adjusting work observe the
following information:
ƒ
This may only be done by authorized, qualified and fully instructed personnel who have
received instruction from WashTec Service
about potential dangers.
ƒ
Do not touch any hazardous components and
only carry out the work described in this operating manual.
Microprocessor control
The microprocessor control system is the central intelligence unit of the roll-over car wash system. It
controls all devices according to the selected wash
program.
Circuit breakers
Circuit breakers may be switched on again after a
malfunction.
Motor protection
switches
The motor protection switches have an integrated
fuse, which can be reinserted after failure.
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3.5. Special equipment
Depending on the model, your roll-over car wash
system may have
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
an additional fresh water supply
an under-body-wash
a rolling shutter door control system
…
You can find a detailed description of all the above in
Chapter 10 "Special equipment".
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transport/assembly
4. Commissioning/assembly/dismantling/conversion/disposal
4.1. Commissioning
This chapter describes all the stages which must be
worked through daily in order to put the roll-over car
wash system into operation correctly.
Cleaning work
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CAUTION
Clean the floor of the building. Take particular
care over the area around the floor rails.
Clean the transmitters and receivers of all the
light barriers with a clean cloth without additional cleaning agents.
Cleaners that contain hydrochloric acid, formic
acid, hydrofluoric acid, or alkaline cleaners, can
cause damage to the lenses.
Fig. 4-1: Position of the light barriers
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Remove all obstacles, such as cleaning
equipment, buckets, hoses, etc. from the wash
bay.
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There is a risk of injury in frosty conditions by
ice formations in the entrance and exit area.
Remove the ice from the entrance and exit area.
Check brushes
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)
CAUTION
Check all brushes for foreign parts (dirt, small
stones, etc.) and remove them if necessary.
Check all brushes for a tight fitting.
Foreign parts in the brushes and brushes which
are not securely tightened may damage the vehicle.
Make sure that no foreign parts stuck in the
brushes. Clean the brushes periodically (see
chapter 7.2.4).
Make sure that all brushes are tightened securely.
WashTec can accept no responsibility for damage to vehicles which are caused by dirty or
loose brushes.
Switching on
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Open the air and water connections.
Switch the system on at the main switch.
The roll-over car wash system carries out a self-test
which lasts about 10 seconds.
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Pay attention to the message displayed on the
operating unit after completion of the self-test.
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Cleaning agents
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)
Check the levels in the chemical storage containers.
If necessary, fill up the containers with cleaning agent, pre-diluted as recommended by the
supplier of the cleaning agents. If a chemical
storage container has been emptied completely, all air must be bled out of the supply
lead (see Chapter 6 "Operation and settings").
There is a risk of injury when the system is
switched on. The system may be moved when a
wash program is started.
Secure the system with appropriate measurements, e.g. warning signs, cordon, pylons, etc. to
avoid that a wash is started.
Highly inflammable and toxic cleaning agents
may cause damage to machinery and injury to
persons.
Such cleaning agents may not be used because
of the risk for fire hazard and health.
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Caution should be exercised in handling all
chemical compounds. Some car wash chemicals
are somewhat caustic and should not be permitted to come in direct contact with bare skins or
eyes.
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CAUTION
Always refer to product MSDS Sheets for
proper precautions.
Whenever handling such chemicals wear
proper protective rubber gloves, boots and
a face shield.
The wrong selection of cleaning agents may
cause poor cleaning results and damages to the
vehicle and the system.
The selection of the best suited cleaning agents
depends among other things on the water quality
and water hardness.
Discuss with your cleaning agent supplier which
cleaning agents are best suited for your system.
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After refilling containers, check the filters in
the suction hoses to ensure they function correctly, and clean them if necessary.
Carefully close the door of the fluid technical
system cabinet and remove the socket wrench
to prevent the door being opened without
permission.
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transport/assembly
Safety devices
A fault in the safety devices (emergency-off function, safety shut-down and safety switches) can
cause serious accidents and/or damage to vehicles.
For this reason, all safety devices must be
checked every day to ensure that they function
correctly. If any safety device is faulty, please
inform WashTec Service immediately. On no account may the roll-over car wash system be put
into operation.
We recommend to each operating company that
the performed tests with the test result as well as
name, date and signature of the testing person
should be documented in written form.
Proceed with the following steps to check the safety
devices:
Moving the wash gantry
Check emergency-off
function
The test result of a function test is always displayed
on the operating unit. Therefore it is recommended to
move the wash gantry close to the operating unit to
easily read off the test result. Use the manual control
buttons as described in chapter 9.5. for moving the
wash gantry.
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Press the emergency-off button.
⇒ The display in the operating unit shows
„Emergency Off“
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Release the emergency-off button.
Acknowledge the message.
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Checking safety switch
on side brushes
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Push one of the side brushes strongly backward.
⇒ The display in the operating unit shows
„Safety strip actuated“.
⇒ The message remains in the display after
releasing the side brush.
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Checking the
safety shutdown
Acknowledge the message.
Repeat the above steps for the other side
brush.
If your roll-over car wash system is fitted with additional safety shutdown features, these must be
checked before the system is started up.
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Press strongly against one of the cabinet
doors.
⇒ The display in the operating unit shows
„Emergency stop actuated internally“.
⇒ The message remains in the display after
releasing the door.
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Acknowledge the message.
Repeat the above steps for the other door.
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transport/assembly
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Press frontal against the u-profile located
above the guidance rail.
⇒ The display in the operating unit shows
„Emergency stop actuated internally“.
⇒ The message remains in the display after
releasing the u-profile.
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Acknowledge the message.
Repeat the above steps for the second uprofile.
Press frontal against the lateral splash guard.
⇒ The display in the operating unit shows
„Emergency stop actuated internally“.
⇒ The message remains in the display after
releasing the splash guard.
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Checking the safety ring
switch
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Acknowledge the message.
Repeat the above steps for the splash guard
on the other side.
Press the safety ring switch upwards.
⇒ The display in the operating unit shows
„Safety ring“.
⇒ The message remains in the display after
releasing the ring switch.
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Acknowledge the message.
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transport/assembly
Checking the
positioning aid
If your roll-over car wash system is equipped with a
positioning aid, it must be tested by covering the light
barriers before the system is put into operation. If
they function correctly, the following symbols should
be illuminated:
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Both light barriers free:
⇒ The traffic light shows "FORWARD" =
arrow flashes.
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Cover light barrier 1.
⇒ The traffic light shows "STOP".
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Cover light barriers 1 and 2.
⇒ The traffic light shows "REVERSE" =
arrow flashes.
Fig. 4-2: Testing the traffic light
In the event of malfunctions, see Chapter 6 "Operation and settings".
The roll-over wash system is now ready for
operation.
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transport/assembly
We can accept no liability for damage caused by
dismantling, transportation or reconstruction or
by conversion work carried out on the roll-over
car wash system. This applies also for disposal
of the roll-over car wash system.
4.2. Dismantling/conversion/transport/
assembly
Dismantling, transport and reconstruction or conversion of the roll-over car wash system calls for detailed specialist knowledge
We recommend you have this work carried out by
WashTec Service.
4.3. Disposal
Disposal of the
roll-over car wash
system
We recommend that you have the roll-over car wash
system dismantled for subsequent disposal/scrap by
WashTec Service or by another company with suitable experience in your area.
You must comply with the applicable local waste disposal regulations and legislation when disposing of
the system.
Disposing of brushes,
coverings and waste
water
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You must observe the applicable local waste disposal regulations and legislation when disposing
brushes, coverings and waste water.
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Chapter 5 - Washing operation
5. Washing operation
This chapter contains important safety instructions
for washing operation and describes all the stages
which must be worked through when washing vehicles.
NOTICE
This information is intended for the wash system
operator and for car wash customers. The car
wash customer must be fully informed on instruction notices.
Instructions which are intended only for the wash
system operator are marked separately.
5.1. Safety instructions
CAUTION
Vehicles which are not positioned correctly may
be damaged during the wash.
Pay attention that the vehicle is positioned
straight and within the track drive before a wash
is started.
For wash systems which are operated in selfservice mode, e.g. the operator or his personnel
are not present during the wash cycle, it is highly
recommended to install a video surveillance to
inspect the vehicle position before the vehicle is
cleaned.
WashTec can accept no responsibility for damage to vehicles which have been positioned incorrectly.
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CAUTION
If the roll-over car wash system is used for vehicles with certain features, this may result in
damage to the vehicle.
The customer has to be informed unconditionally
about the following topics:
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Vehicles which are not suitable for the dimensions of the roll-over car wash system (see Chapter 11 "Technical specifications") may not be
washed.
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Unprofessionally repainted or damaged vehicles
may only be washed after inspection and with the
approval of the operator.
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Vehicles with special attachments or mounted
elements which cannot be removed (outside
spare wheels, roof railing, taxi signs or similar)
may only be washed after inspection and with the
approval of the operator.
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Vehicles which vary heavily from the standard
version such as vehicles with a low or high
ground clearance, may only be washed after inspection and with the approval of the operator.
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Pick-ups, i.e. vehicles with an open loading area,
and vehicles with unfavourable designed rear
spoilers may only be washed after inspection and
with the approval of the operator.
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For convertibles or semi-covered vehicles, the
instructions/requirements for the use of car
washes provided in the vehicle manual must be
observed.
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NOTICE
Information only for
the operator
WashTec can accept no responsibility for damage to vehicles where one or more of the points
listed above are applicable. If these vehicles are
washed irrespective of the above points, this
must be done on the good judgement of the operator and will be his responsibility.
The following points must be observed here in
particular:
Special attachments or mounted elements which
cannot be removed must be overridden manually
with the relevant control buttons on the operating
unit (see Chapter 9 "Operating units").
For vehicles with wheel claddings and vehicles
with low or high ground clearance, the wheel
washer must be controlled manually (see Chapter 9 "Operating units").
For vehicles with a low ground clearance, there
is a risk that the vehicle will get stuck if a nonrecessed under-body wash or car shifting device
is installed.
For pick-ups, i.e. vehicles with an open loading
area, and vehicles with unfavourable designed
rear spoilers the roof brush has to be manually
controlled.
For wash systems which are operated in selfservice mode, e.g. the operator or his personnel
are not present during the wash cycle, it is highly
recommended to install a video surveillance for
inspecting every vehicle before the vehicle is
cleaned.
NOTICE
Information only for
the operator
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The operating units offer various possibilities for
starting the wash program and controlling it
manually.
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5.2. Preparing the vehicle
In order to prevent damage to vehicles, the following
preparations must be made before washing.
These preparations can be made either by the wash
plant operator or the customer.
The customer has to be informed unconditionally
about the following topics:
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Remove aerials or push them in. Switch off
radios if the vehicle is equipped with an automatic aerial.
Fold in the mirrors if possible.
Remove any extra mirrors.
Check that additional lights or headlights are
securely attached.
Switch windshield wipers to their home position.
Remove all loose parts, such as extra parts
attached to windshield wipers or similar objects.
Close the sliding roof or the roof (convertibles).
Turn off the engine.
Put the car in PARK (for a standard car put
the car in 1st gear) and apply the parking
brake.
Only for systems where the customer leaves the vehicle during the wash:
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Lock the vehicle before the wash cycle starts
(including trunk or tailgate).
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5.3. Car wash procedure
The car wash procedure depends on the selected
start setting (see chapter 9.6. menu 035 Automatic
start), on the setting of the entrance/exit doors (see
chapter 9.6. menu 033 door functions) and whether
the driver remains in the vehicle during the wash cycle or waits outside of the wash building.
Three typical car wash procedures are described
below.
Operation mode 1
Automatic start is switched off, the entrance door is
open and the driver waits outside of the wash building.
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Drive the vehicle forward into the wash system
so that there is enough space on each side.
Position the vehicle correctly
The traffic light shows “Stop”.
Turn off the engine, put the car in PARK (for a
standard car put the car in 1st gear) and apply
the parking brake.
Close the windows, leave the vehicle and lock
all vehicle doors (including trunk or tailgate).
Leave the car wash building.
Select a wash program (by card or by input at
the operating unit).
The wash program will be started automatically.
When the wash cycle is finished, the roll-over
car wash system returns to its home position.
The traffic light shows the drive-out direction.
Enter the vehicle and drive the car out of the
wash building.
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Operation mode 2
Automatic start is switched off, the entrance door is
closed and the driver waits outside of the wash building.
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CAUTION
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Select a wash program (by card or by input at
the operating unit).
The entrance door opens
Drive the vehicle forward into the wash system
so that there is enough space on each side.
Position the vehicle correctly
The traffic light shows “Stop”.
Turn off the engine, put the car in PARK (for a
standard car put the car in 1st gear) and apply
the parking brake.
Close windows, leave the vehicle and lock all
vehicle doors (including trunk or tailgate).
Leave the car wash building.
Start the wash program with the button
<<START>>.
The vehicle will be cleaned.
When the wash cycle is finished, the roll-over
car wash system returns to its home position.
The traffic light shows the drive-out direction.
Enter vehicle and drive the car out of the wash
building.
Press the emergency-off button in case of problems or danger and inform the wash system operator.
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Operation mode 3
Automatic start is switched on, the entrance door is
closed and the driver remains in the vehicle during
the wash cycle.
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Select a wash program (by card or by input at
the operating unit).
The entrance door opens
Close windows and doors and lock all doors
from the inside.
Drive the vehicle forward into the wash system
so that there is enough space on each side.
Position the vehicle correctly
The traffic light shows “Stop”.
Turn off the engine, put the car in PARK (for
a standard car put the car in 1st gear) and apply the parking brake.
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Remain seated in the vehicle.
The wash cycle starts.
The vehicle will now be washed.
When the wash cycle is finished, the roll-over
car wash system returns to its home position.
The traffic light shows the drive-out direction.
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Drive the vehicle out of the car wash building.
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Leaving the vehicle can cause serious accidents.
Inform the customer that he should never leave
the car and that he should wait for instructions.
For wash systems which are operated in selfservice mode, e.g. the operator or his personnel
are not present during the wash cycle, it is highly
recommended to install a video surveillance for
controlling the wash area.
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5.4. Procedure for emergency stops and
malfunctions
CAUTION
Information only for
the operator!
Depending on the cause of the emergency stop
or the malfunction you may continue or terminate
the wash after the cause of the malfunction has
been fixed.
Vehicle and/or wash system may be damaged if
the wash is continued without fixing the cause of
the emergency stop or the malfunction.
Continue the wash only when the cause of the
emergency stop or the malfunction has been
definitely fixed.
The flow chart below should assist in undertaking the
appropriate steps after an emergency stop or a malfunction. The individual steps are described in detail
on the next pages.
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Non-observance of the safety instructions may
cause severe accidents.
Observe always the safety instructions in
chapter 2.
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Step 1
Check whether the vehicle and/or the wash
system have been damaged.
Continue with step 5 if the vehicle and/or the wash
system have been damaged.
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Step 2
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NOTICE
Step 3
Check if you can fix the cause of the emergency stop or the malfunction by yourself.
In chapter 8 „Error messages“ you may find important information about possible causes and
their removal.
Continue with step 7 if you cannot fix the cause of
the emergency stop or malfunction by yourself.
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Ascertain the reason for the emergency-stop/
malfunction.
Fix the cause of the emergency stop or malfunction.
Release the emergency-off button (if actuated).
Check if brushes are caught up by vehicle
parts, e.g. tow bar, etc.
Check if all moveable units (brushes, wheel
washer, dryer) are in their correct position.
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The LEDs in the buttons <<OK>> and <<CANCEL>>
flash alternately after the cause of the emergency
stop or malfunction has been fixed.
Step 4
Continue wash
You may now continue or terminate the wash. Continue with step 6 if you would like to terminate the
wash.
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Press the button <OK> at the operating unit.
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The wash program will be continued.
NOTICE
Watch the further wash procedure. Press immediately the emergency-off button when you recognize that a malfunction may occur again.
CAUTION
Continuation of the wash after occurrence of further malfunctions may cause damages to the vehicle and/or wash system.
Repeat step 3 and terminate the wash
(see step 6).
Step 5
Vehicle or system
damaged
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Determine the damage.
At damage to the vehicle: Make a note of the
damage and its cause in a damage report.
You can find an example in the appendix of
these operating instructions. The damage report must be signed by the wash system operator and by the car wash customer.
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Ascertain the reason for the emergency-stop/
malfunction.
Check if you can fix the cause of the emergency stop or the malfunction by yourself.
Continue with step 7 if you cannot fix the cause of
the emergency stop or malfunction by yourself.
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Step 6
Move system in home
position
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Fix the cause of the emergency stop or malfunction.
Release the emergency-off button (if actuated).
The LEDs in the buttons <<OK>> and
<<CANCEL>> flash alternately after the cause
of the emergency stop or malfunction has
been fixed.
Check if the roll-over car wash system can be
moved in home position without further damage to the vehicle.
Press the button <<CANCEL>>
Press the button <<Home position>> (If the
operating unit CP0 is installed you probably
have to shift the home position symbol into the
display by using the navigation buttons. Select
the symbol with one of the buttons F1 to F4).
Press the button <<OK>>
The roll-over car wash system moves into
home position and the wash program will be
terminated.
Continue with step 8.
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Step 7
Move system with
malfunction in home
position
If you cannot fix the cause for the emergency stop or
the malfunction the failure cannot be acknowledged.
However you may move the system in home position
under certain conditions.
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Step 8
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Check if the roll-over car wash system can be
moved in home position without further damage to the vehicle.
Release the emergency-off button (if actuated).
Press the button <<Home position>> (If the
operating unit CP0 is installed you probably
have to shift the home position symbol into the
display by using the navigation buttons. Select
the symbol with one of the buttons F1 to F4).
All devices move outwards or upwards. Afterwards the roll-over moves in home position.
Press immediately the emergency button
when you recognize any problems, e.g. brush
gets caught or device does not move. Inform
WashTec Service.
Remove the vehicle from the roll-over car
wash system and initiate steps for legal settlement of damage claims.
Switch off the system (when the system has
been damaged) and inform WashTec Service.
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Chapter 6 – Settings and checking
6. Settings and checking
Adjustments at a system which is switched on
may cause serious accidents.
Pay unconditional attention to the safety instructions in chapter 2.
6.1. Adjusting the compressed air
Main pressure
The filter pressure regulator cleans the compressed
air from destructive particles and regulates the main
pressure.
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Set-value main pressure: approx. 6 bar.
The ball valve (7) is used to control the supply of
compressed air. Always close the ball valve to separate the system from the existing compressed air
supply (e.g. for maintenance work).
The compressed air is adjusted at the regulator
knob (3).
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1 = Compressed air inlet
2 = Compressed air outlet
3 = Regulator knob
4 = Condensation
container
6 = Drain valve
7 = Ball valve
Fig. 6-1: Filter pressure regulator
NOTICE
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Release the regulator by pulling up the regulator knob.
Set the required pressure by turning the regulator knob to the right or left. The adjustment
range is between 0.6 and 10 bars.
Secure the regulator by pushing the regulator
knob back down again.
The compressed air may contain condensation water
which settles in the condensation container (4). The
draining is carried out automatically by the drain
valve (6).
Only oil-free compressed air is permitted.
In most countries mandatory.
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Reduced pressure
Several pneumatic components (e.g. wheel washer)
and the foam spray systems are operated with reduced air pressure. This pressure is adjusted at the
according pressure regulators.
The illustration below shows the position of the pressure regulators at maximum configuration. The location of the pressure regulators changes if less pressure regulators are installed (e.g. no foamed chemical pre-wash). You may identify the pressure regulators either by coloured markings (e.g. foam pre-wash
= light green) or by labels.
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Pos.
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2
Function
Wheel washer
Foam pre-wash
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4
Preservation
(e.g. foam wax)
Chemical pre-wash foamed
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PE brush as from height 28
Marking
Label
By colour
(light green)
By colour
(orange)
By colour
(dark green)
Label
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The air pressure is adjusted by the control knob.
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Release the regulator by pulling the knob
downwards.
Set the required pressure by turning the knob
to the right or to the left.
Secure the regulator by pushing the knob upwards.
Fig. 6-2: Adjusting air pressure
NOTICE
Reading and setting of the air pressure for foam
spray systems is only possible when the spray
system is switched on.
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Switch on the desired foam spray arch by using the menu 038 in the service program (see
chapter 9.6).
Readjust air pressure.
Check the result.
The best cleaning result is achieved with liquid and
fine blowy foam which flows down the vehicle.
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NOTICE
Switch off the foam spray arch by using the
menu 038 in the service program (see chapter
9.6).
The optimum air pressure depends essentially
from the chemical cleaning agents used in the
system and has been optimally adjusted by
WashTec Service during initial commissioning of
the system.
A modification of the settings may cause a deterioration of the washing or preservation result.
Change settings only in agreement with
WashTec.
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6.2. Bleeding the suction lines at the
dosing pumps
If a cleaning agent container has been emptied completely, all air must be bled out of the suction line after the container has been refilled.
1 = Suction line from cleaning agent container
2 = Supply line to injection point
3 = Bleed line
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Turn the bleeder lever to the left to „Bleeding“
= arrow downwards.
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CAUTION
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Press the bleeder button several times until
the liquid runs through the hose without any
bubbles.
Close the bleeder lever = arrow upwards.
The foam reactor may be damaged if the bleeder
lever is not turned. Always turn bleeder lever!
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6.3. Adjusting the dosing pump
The required volume of chemical agent depends on
the type of chemical agent. Please follow the detergent manufacturer's instructions.
Release the click-stop by pulling out the adjuster and
adjust to the delivery volume recommended by the
supplier.
Push in the adjuster afterwards.
CAUTION
The adjustment of the volume may only be done
during operation of the dosing pump.
Adjustments at a dosing pump which is switched
off may cause damage to the pump.
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6.4. Bleeding the suction lines at the rim
cleaner pump
If a cleaning agent container has been emptied completely, all air must be bled out of the suction line after the container has been refilled.
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Switch on the dosing pump by using the menu
039 in the service program (see chapter 9.6.
“Service program – program menus”).
In condition „rim cleaner pump on“ the pump will be
clocked, i.e. with each stroke cleaning agent is drawn
out of the container. Leave the pump switched on
until the cleaning agent sprays out of the nozzle.
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6.5. Adjust rim cleaner pump
The volume of chemical agent required depends on
the type of chemical agent. Please follow the detergent manufacturer's instructions.
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Adjust the delivery volume at the adjusting
screw (1) at the rim cleaner pump.
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CAUTION
The use of improper cleaning agents (such as
cleaners that contain hydrochloric acid, sulphuric acid, formic acid, hydrofluoric acid or oxalic acid) and/or incorrect mixing proportions as
well as use of undiluted cleaning agents may
cause damage to the system or the vehicles.
Use only products which are recommended for
the automatic cleaning of vehicles.
Never use the cleaning agents undiluted. Dilute
the cleaning agents as specified by the supplier.
For damages caused by using improper cleaning
agents or incorrect mixing proportions no warranty claims will be accepted.
NOTICE
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The maximum adjustable volume is 50 ml/stroke.
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6.6. Reading and setting the water flowing pressure
The water flowing pressure can be read of at the
pressure gauges (2) and can be adjusted at the
pressure regulators (1).
NOTICE
The water flowing pressure has been optimally
adjusted by WashTec Service during initial commissioning of the system.
A modification of the settings may cause a deterioration of the washing result.
1 = Pressure regulator
2 = Pressure gauge
Fig. 6-3: Water flowing pressure (hot water system)
NOTICE
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Reading and adjusting of the flowing pressure is
only possible when the spray system is switched
on.
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Water flow pressure for
process water- / fresh
water supply and for
fresh water supply at
systems without foam
system
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Switch on a spray arch which is supplied with
process water, e.g. pre-rinsing, by using the
menu 038 in the service program (see chapter
9.6. “Service program – program menus”).
Read off the flowing pressure at the pressure
gauge.
Readjust the setting if necessary at the pressure regulator.
Set value with spray system is switched on: 3 bar.
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Switch off the spray arch by using the menu
038 in the service program.
Regulate the air pressure at one foam reactor
(e.g. foam wax) to zero.
Important: Memorize setting.
Water flow pressure for
fresh water supply at
systems with foam system
The flow pressure may be adulterated when air pressure is applied on the foam reactor (higher flow pressure).
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Switch on the spray arch which is associated
to the selected foam reactor, e.g. foam wax,
by using the service program.
Read off the flowing pressure for the fresh
water supply at the pressure gauge.
Readjust the setting if necessary at the pressure regulator.
Set value with spray system switched on: 3 bar
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Switch off the spray arch by using the menu
038 in the service program.
Adjust the air pressure at the foam reactor to
the previously set value.
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Chapter 7 - Maintenance and care
7. Maintenance and care
7.1. Safety instructions
Maintenance, service and care work carried out
on the machine while it is switched on can cause
serious accidents.
Always work through the following steps before
starting maintenance, service and care work:
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CAUTION
Switch off the electricity on the complete
system
Turn off the compressed air. Close the air
supply at the ball valve located in the fluidtechnical system cabinet and turn the input
pressure regulator to 0 bars.
Switch off water supply.
Secure the system to prevent it from being
switched on unintentionally.
Objects such as tools, cleaning supplies, etc.
which remain in or on the system after completion of maintenance or care work may cause
damage to the system or vehicles.
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Move the roll-over car wash system into an
easily accessible position
Makes sure that all objects are removed
from the system after completion of maintenance or care work.
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7.2. Care
Regular care of the roll-over car wash system contributes considerably to its smooth running and helps
retain its value. The essential care programme includes:
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Lime-scale removal
Cleaning of the system
Cleaning of the floor
Cleaning of the brushes
Special treatment
The care intervals depend on the water quality and
the degree of soiling.
Caution should be exercised in handling all
chemical compounds. Some cleaning agents are
somewhat caustic and should not be permitted to
come in direct contact with bare skins or eyes.
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Always refer to product MSDS Sheets for
proper precautions.
Whenever handling such cleaning agents
wear proper protective rubber gloves, antiskid boots and a face shield.
Highly inflammable and toxic cleaning agents
may cause damage to machinery and injury to
persons.
Such cleaning agents may not be used because
of the risk for fire hazard and health.
Use only cleaning agents which are particularly
suited for car wash systems.
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CAUTION
Cleaning with high pressure may cause damage
to the roll-over car wash system.
Do not use high pressure appliances for cleaning.
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7.2.1. Lime-scale removal
Sooner or later, depending on the water quality, limescale deposits will build up on the system. These
must be removed carefully.
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CAUTION
Only use products for lime-scale removal that
are based on citric acid, amidosulphuric acid
or phosphoric acid.
Mix these with water in the proportions specified by the manufacturer.
Use these products to remove the lime-scale
deposits carefully from the system.
Rinse the system down with plenty clear water.
Use of other products, such as cleaners that contain hydrochloric acid, sulphuric acid, formic
acid, hydrofluoric acid or oxalic acid or incorrect
mixing proportions, can cause corrosion damage
and damage to tiles and the surface of the system.
For damages caused by using one of the cleaners stated above no warranty claims will be accepted.
When removing lime-scale, avoid bringing the
products into contact with plastic components,
belts, sensors and cables. The acidic mixture can
cause damage to these elements.
Only for systems
with water recycling
system
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After removing lime-scale, check the pH-value
in the water recycling system. The pH-value
must be between 7,0 and 8,0.
Wash at least 30 vehicles with fresh water if
the pH-value is below 7.
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7.2.2. Cleaning of the system
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Clean the entire frame of the roll-over car
wash system.
Clean the flat belts of the lifting system of roof
brush and drier system.
Only use pH-neutral cleaning and treatment products
for this purpose (see below) or the cleaning agent
that is also used for cleaning vehicles in the prescribed concentration.
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CAUTION
Rinse the system down with plenty clear water.
The permissible pH-value for the cleaning and
treatment products used for cleaning the frame
must be between 5 and 8 and must not contain
any solvent.
Any products with higher or lower values than
these may fade colour and deteriorate material
and will reduce the lifetime of the roll-over car
wash system.
7.2.3. Cleaning of the floor
A slippery floor may cause severe accidents.
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Clean the floor as necessary. Remove all
remaining detergents carefully to reduce
the slip hazard.
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7.2.4. Cleaning of plastic parts
CAUTION
Plastic parts (claddings, displays, etc.) may be
damaged or scratched when they are cleaned
with rough surfaces (e.g. brushes) or when they
are dry cleaned.
Clean plastic parts only with wet soft clothes or
sponges.
7.2.5. Cleaning of the brushes
The following description applies to the cleaning of
original WashTec brushes.
Water hardness
The water hardness has substantial influence on the
type of pollution. If the water hardness is higher than
10 °dH (German hardness) lime deposit may be
causing the pollution in the first place.
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Ask your water supply company for the water
hardness.
The water hardness can be specified in hardness
grade or by the content of calcium and magnesium.
Furthermore the hardness grades are country specific.
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The information and conversion table below should
assist you in the definition:
Specification in hardness grades:
French hardness:
1 °dH = 1,78 °fH
1 ° fH = 0,56 °dH
English hardness:
1 °dH = 1,25 °eH
1 ° eH = 0,8 °dH
Specification in calcium and magnesium ions:
10 °dH = 1,8 mmol/l Ca + Mg
If calcium and magnesium are specified in mg/l use
the conversion below:
1 mg/l calcium = 0,025 mmol/l calcium
1 mg/l magnesium = 0,043 mmol/l magnesium
CAUTION
Brushes may be damaged if they are cleaned too
hot.
Cleaning
Brushes may also be damaged if cleaners are
used which contain hydrochloric acid, sulphuric
acid, formic acid, hydrofluoric acid or oxalic acid.
Use only cold or lukewarm water (max 30°) for
cleaning the brushes.
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Clean the brushes first with an acid cleaner (cleaner
with a pH value < 7) if the water hardness is higher
then 10 ° dH,. If the water hardness is lower you can
start immediately with the alkaline cleaning
(pH-value > 7).
Acid cleaning
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Alkaline cleaning
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Final work
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Spray the brushes with acid cleaner.
Let the cleaner act on the brushes for approx.
10-15 min.
Flush the cleaner out of the brushes with a
strong jet and plenty of water.
Spray the brushes with alkaline cleaner.
Let the cleaner act on the brushes for approx.
10-15 min.
Flush the cleaner out of the brushes with a
strong jet and plenty of water.
Check the pH-value in the tank system after
cleaning the brushes when the system is
equipped with a water recycling system. The
pH-value must be between 7,0 and 8,0.
Wash at least 30 vehicles with fresh water if
the pH-value is below 7.
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7.2.6. Special treatment
Rollover maintenance should be completed with the
application of a protective coating.
Treatment can be carried out with commercially
available treatment products that are water repellent
and form an invisible protective film.
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NOTICE
Apply the treatment product to the frame of
the roll-over car wash system.
Rub off any extra treatment product.
Exercise caution when using treatment products.
Always follow the instructions for use and safety
instructions provided by the manufacturer.
Do not spray into the roof or side brushes.
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7.3. Maintenance
Your roll-over car wash system has been developed
and manufactured so that a minimum of maintenance and care work is necessary.
In order to ensure that constantly good washing results and the maximum system operating time are
always achieved, you should carry out the following
work on a regular basis.
You can find a check-list for maintenance and care
work in the appendix. Please use this list as a reminder when carrying out the necessary work.
7.3.1. Maintenance on demand
Proceed with the following steps if the spray nozzles
are clogged (insufficient spray pattern):
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NOTICE
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Remove and clean clogged or soiled nozzles.
Exchange defect nozzles.
Inform WashTec Service if the spray pattern is
not sufficient after cleaning or exchanging the
nozzles.
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7.3.2. Weekly Maintenance
Flat belt
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Check the belts for deterioration and wear. If
there is a high degree of deterioration or wear,
i.e. the belts are frayed, ripped or fragile,
please inform WashTec Service.
Operation with damaged belts may cause serious
injury to persons or damage to the vehicle.
Pay attention to the safety instructions in
chapter 2.
Energy chains
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System of hoses
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Low-pressure water distribution
Clean the suction grids
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Check all the energy chains including leads
and cables (roof brush, dryer system, etc.) for
wear and breakage. In the event of heavy
wear or breakage, please inform WashTec
Service.
Check the system of hoses for loose connections and leaks. Tighten any loose connections. If you find any leaks, please inform
WashTec Service.
Check the low-pressure water distribution for
damage and leakages. Please inform
WashTec Service in case of damages or leakages.
Clean the suction grids of the dryer blowers.
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7.3.3. Monthly Maintenance
Cleaning agent
containers
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Checking brushes
Track and
guide rollers
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Rinse out the cleaning agent containers with
water to remove any thickened chemicals.
Fill each container with the correct cleaning
agent.
Bleed all air out of the supply hoses (see
Chapter 6 "Operation and settings")
Check the side and roof brushes and wheel
washing brushes for wear. In the event of
heavy wear, please inform WashTec Service.
Clean all the track and guide rollers.
Check all drive, track and guide rollers for
wear. In the event of heavy wear, please inform WashTec Service.
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7.3.4. Maintenance every six months
Safety ring
switch
Slide bearings
NOTICE
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NOTICE
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Spray the guide of the safety ring switch with
the WashTec special-grease-spray.
Spray all slide bearings with the WashTec
special-grease-spray.
Use the WashTec special-grease-spray with caution: do not spray into the wash brushes.
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Drives
Check the safety ring switch for smooth operation.
Ensure that all the drives are properly sealed.
You can recognise leaks by traces of oil on
the housing. If you detect any leaks, please inform WashTec Service.
We recommend an inspection and maintenance
by WashTec Service at six-monthly intervals.
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7.3.5. Annually
We recommend an annual inspection of the highpressure system and of the safety devices by
WashTec Service.
NOTICE
Check whether your roll-over car wash system is
fitted with additional equipment.
If this is the case, please also carry out the required maintenance and care work for these appliances. You can find a detailed description in
Chapter 10 "Special equipment" or in the separate operating instructions of the appliances.
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Chapter 8 - Error messages
8. Error messages
The error messages will be shown in the display of
the operating unit according to the pattern shown
below:
Part
Failure
Module name No.
Type of
failure
DB1
S15
025
No travel
pulses
Pulse counter
DD1
B4
039
Short circuit
transmitter
Light barrier front
061
Safety strip
initiated
Emergency-off
CHK
Cause of failure
The module abbreviation shows the module where
the failure has been occurred, for example DB1 =
roof brush. The table on page 8-3 shows the assignment of the abbreviations to the modules.
The part name indicates the part, e.g. S15 = switch
no. 15.
The failure number is a consecutive number which is
associated to the type of failure.
The type of failure is an indication for the failure, e.g.
short circuit at the transmitter of a light barrier. The
cause of failure indicates the failure source, e.g. light
barrier front. The tables on page 8-5 to 8-10 show
the different type of failures and causes of failures.
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Modules, type of failure and cause of failure are
combined by the controller and displayed on the
operating unit.
Example:
Procedure at
error messages
Part
Failure
Module name No.
Type of
failure
DB1
S14
002
Stop position
not disconnected
Upper limit switch
DD1
S19
002
Stop position
not disconnected
Upper limit switch
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Cause of failure
Read off the error message on the operating
unit and make notice of the message.
Execute the steps as described in chapter 5.4.
“Procedure for emergency stops and malfunctions“.
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Table of modules – part 1
Abbreviation Module
DB1
SB1
SB2
RAW
DD1
UBW
Q1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
Q9
Q10
Q50
Q1
Q52
Q53
Q25
Q27
Q54
Q37
Q38
Q44
Q13
Q43
Q55
Q56
DOP
PMP
ANL
M1
M2
M3
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Roof brush 1
Side brush 1
Side brush 2
Wheel wash brush
Roof nozzle 1
Under-body wash
Pre-rinsing
Brush wetting
Foam CVW
Wax
Post-rinsing / CTH
Special chemistry with foam
Special chemistry without foam
Hot water
Cold water
Chemical pre-wash bumper
Chemical pre-wash lower side
Chemical pre-wash roof front
Chemical pre-wash roof rear
High-pressure roof
Rim cleaner
Chemical pre-wash upper side
High-pressure lower side
Swivel pipes
High-pressure upper side
Osmosis
High-pressure under-body wash
Insect remover bumper
Insect remover side
Dosing pumps
Water pumps
System
Machine 1
Machine 2
Machine 3
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Table of modules – part 2
Abbreviation Module
CHK
FUP
FUH
FS1
FS2
WAB
EFT
AFT
TTO
KLG
LED
PVS
RPD
SER
BED
KFZ
LS
TST
SOF
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Check, monitoring
Frequency converter gantry
Frequency converter lifting
Frequency converter side brush 1
Frequency converter side brush 2
Vehicle moving device
Entrance door
Exit door
Separation door
Card reader unit
LED display
Peripheral distributor cabinet
Real Power Device,
Effective power measurement device
Serial interfaces
Operating unit, parallel input
Vehicle position
Light barrier module
Test
Special functions
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Type of failure and cause of failure – Part 1
No.
Type of failure
Cause of failure
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
033
034
035
036
037
038
Cable or electronics
End position keeps touched
End position left by itself
End position not reached
Cable or electronics
End position keeps touched
End position left by itself
End position not reached
Cable or electronics
End position keeps touched
End position left by itself
End position not reached
Cable or electronics
End position keeps touched
End position left by itself
End position not reached
Cable or electronics
End position keeps touched
End position left by itself
End position not reached
Cable or electronics
End position keeps touched
End position left by itself
End position not reached
No position pulses
Cable or electronics
Actuated
Cable or electronics
Actuated
Cable or electronics
Actuated
Cable or electronics
Actuated
Cable or electronics
Actuated
Cable or electronics
Actuated
Cable or electronics
Limit switch, top
Limit switch, top
Limit switch, top
Limit switch, top
Limit switch, bottom
Limit switch, bottom
Limit switch, bottom
Limit switch, bottom
Limit switch, inside
Limit switch, inside
Limit switch, inside
Limit switch, inside
Limit switch, outside
Limit switch, outside
Limit switch, outside
Limit switch, outside
Limit switch, end of bay
Limit switch, end of bay
Limit switch, end of bay
Limit switch, end of bay
Limit switch, begin of bay
Limit switch, begin of bay
Limit switch, begin of bay
Limit switch, begin of bay
Pulse counter
Pulse counter
Personnel protection
Personnel protection
Safety switch, brush
Safety switch, brush
Belt monitor
Belt monitor
Anti collision switch
Anti collision switch
Safety switch
Safety switch
Safety device
Safety device
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Type of failure and cause of failure – Part 2
No.
Type of failure
Cause of failure
039
040
041
042
043
044
045
046
047
048
049
050
051
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059
060
061
062
063
064
065
066
067
068
069
070
071
072
073
074
075
076
Short-circuit, transmitter
Wire break, transmitter
Short-circuit, receiver
Wire break, receiver
Power limit reached
Short-circuit, transmitter
Wire break, transmitter
Short-circuit, receiver
Wire break, receiver
Power limit reached
Short-circuit, transmitter
Wire break, transmitter
Short-circuit, receiver
Wire break, receiver
Power limit reached
Short-circuit, transmitter
Wire break, transmitter
Short-circuit, receiver
Wire break, receiver
Power limit reached
Actuated
Actuated internally
Safety strip activated
No voltage
No voltage
No voltage
No voltage
No voltage
Fuse tripped
Fuse tripped
Fuse tripped
Cable or electronics
Power limit reached
Short-circuit, overload
No measured value
Tank empty
Tank empty
Tank empty
Light barrier, front
Light barrier, front
Light barrier, front
Light barrier, front
Light barrier, front
Light barrier, center
Light barrier, center
Light barrier, center
Light barrier, center
Light barrier, center
Light barrier, rear
Light barrier, rear
Light barrier, rear
Light barrier, rear
Light barrier, rear
Light barrier
Light barrier
Light barrier
Light barrier
Light barrier
Emergency cut off
Emergency cut off
Emergency cut off
X11-X13 (FC and inputs)
X2, X3 (24VDC outputs)
X5, X6 (24VDC outputs)
X7 (24VDC outputs)
Px, control voltage
Motor protection, rotation
Motor protection, feed
Motor protection, blower
Power measurement
Power measurement
Power measurement
Power measurement
Shampoo
Drying aid
Wax
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Type of failure and cause of failure – Part 3
No.
Type of failure
Cause of failure
077
078
079
080
081
082
083
084
085
086
087
088
089
090
091
092
093
094
095
096
097
098
099
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
Tank empty
Tank empty
Tank empty
Dry running protection
Dry running protection
Dry running protection
Dry running protection
Dry running protection
Frost protection activated
Fuse tripped
Fuse tripped
System switched on
Factory settings loaded
Data error: copy loaded
Emergency copy loaded
Config. update loaded
Counter deleted
Data exchange with PC
Cannot initialize SMC
Data backup deviation
Data backup Parameter
Read/write error SMC
Hardware configuration error
Communication interrupted
Card memory full
Remaining value too low
Card invalid
Power limit reached
Short-circuit, overload
Short-circuit, overload
Short-circuit, overload
Short-circuit, overload
Short-circuit, overload
Short-circuit, overload
Foam
Special chemical 1
Special chemical 2
System
Fresh water pump
Recycled water pump
High pressure pump
Osmosis pump
Plant
Pumps
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Parameter
Parameter
Parameter
Parameter
Frequency converter
Output, mains for FC
Output, lift motor brake
Output, forwards rotation
Output, backwards rotation
Output, feed in
Output, feed out
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Type of failure and cause of failure – Part 4
No.
Type of failure
Cause of failure
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
Short-circuit, overload
Short-circuit, overload
Short-circuit, overload
Short-circuit, overload
Short-circuit, overload
Short-circuit, overload
Short-circuit, overload
Short-circuit, overload
Short-circuit, overload
Short-circuit, overload
Short-circuit, overload
Short-circuit, overload
No portal movement for 1 min.
Both limit switches actuated
No voltage/internal fault
Factory settings loaded
Data error: copy loaded
Emergency copy loaded
Data backup deviation
Data backup
Factory settings loaded
Data error: copy loaded
Emergency copy loaded
Data backup deviation
Data backup
Card Intake/outlet faulty
Card Locked
Card Wrong station number
Card Wrong price zone
Card Expired
Card R/W error
Card Not inserted
Service interval elapsed
Data exchange with PC
Output, fix brushes
Output, lift brushes
Output, FC at lift motor
Output, brush watering
Output, high-pressure valve
Output, blower 1
Output, blower 2
Output, fill boiler
Output, boiler heating
Output, drain fresh water
Output, drain recycled water
Output, drain boiler
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Light barrier
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Counter
Program sequence table
Program sequence table
Program sequence table
Program sequence table
Program sequence table
SMS parameters changed
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Type of failure and cause of failure – Part 5
No.
Type of failure
Cause of failure
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
Short-circuit, overload
System ready for operation
Actuated unexpectedly
Actuated unexpectedly
Switched on
Program invalid
Cable or electronics
End position keeps touched
End position left by itself
End position not reached
Fuse tripped
Fuse tripped
Fuse tripped
Fuse tripped
Completed
Tank empty
Report counters
File not existing
Slowing down to large
No type support
Data back-up
actuated
Code not valid
Factory settings loaded
Data error copy loaded
End position not reached
Safety strip activated
IFSF program aborted
IFSF programm paused
Fuse tripped
Hardware configuration error
Stack Overflow
No voltage/internal fault
Switched off
Phase L1 missing
Phase L2 missing
Phase L3 missing
Limit switch, clock cycle
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Limit switch, top
Limit switch, hall begin
Service program
Limit switch, initial position
Limit switch, initial position
Limit switch, initial position
Limit switch, initial position
Fresh water pump
Recycled water pump
High-pressure pump
Osmosis pump
Self test
Extra treatment 3
Language
Lift motor
SMC
Program
Light barrier
WRAS system
WRAS system
WRAS system
Width monitor
Output, boiler heating
WRAS-System
Dryer
System
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Type of failure and cause of failure – Part 6
No.
Type of failure
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
Motor protection
Phase sequence left
No Real Power
Generator operation
Current threshold
Error separation door
Power limit reached
SPI-Error
Active purging
Container empty
Camera 1 defect
Camera 2 defect
Camera housing 1 shutter defect
Camera housing 2 shutter defect
Laser 1 defect
Laser 2 defect
Camera software defect
PC communication interrupted
Water recycling fresh water consumption
Multibox communication interrupted
Unexpected actuation safety device
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Cause of failure
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Chapter 9 - Operating units
9. Operating units
The roll-over car wash system can be operated, i.e.
starting the wash programs and making adjustments,
with various different operating units.
The roll-over car wash system is always equipped
with an operating terminal of type CP1 or CP0. Wash
programs can be started from the operating terminal
by pressing a program button or by entering a code.
The operating terminal CP1 may be equipped with a
multifunctional unit (option). The multifunctional unit
is used to start wash programs with transponder
cards, with coins and tokens or with barcode tickets.
Operating terminal CP1
Operating terminal CP0
Operating terminal CP1 with multifunctional unit
Fig. 9.1: Operating units
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Chapter 9 - Operating units
Instead of the optional card reader other card readers may be installed. From these card readers wash
programs may be started by using punched-cards,
magnetic cards or transponder cards. These card
readers are described in separate operating instructions.
NOTICE
Important information for systems with other
card readers!
Several functions such as the start of wash programs with the key pad or the manual operation
of machine components with the function keys
may be executed from the operating terminal
CP0/CP1 as well as from the card readers.
It is also possible that certain functions may not
be executed at all from the card reader.
It is therefore recommended, to execute these
functions only from the operating terminal
CP0/CP1.
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Check which type of operating terminal is used in
your system and turn to the relevant chapter or read
the individual operating instructions.
Operating terminal CP1.................................... 9-4
Operating terminal CP0…………….......……… 9-6
Start-up of the terminal...................................... 9-9
Start of wash programs.................................... 9-9
Manual operation with control buttons............. 9-12
Service programs............................................. 9-16
Operating terminal CP1 with multifunctional unit 9-90
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9.1. Operating terminal CP1
The operating terminal CP1 is used to control the
wash system. It is installed in a plastic housing which
can be wall-mounted or rack-mounted.
1 = Display
2 = Numeric keys
3 = Control buttons
4 = Special function buttons
5 = Function buttons
6 = Navigation buttons
7 = Emergency-Off button
Fig. 9-2: Operating terminal CP1- front view
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Numeric keys
Numeric keys are used to select programs and to
enter data in the service programs.
Control buttons
Control buttons are used for manual operation of individual machine elements such as roof brush, side
brushes, etc.
Special function buttons
The buttons F1 – F3 are used to start special functions which have been previously assigned by
WashTec Service. The button P is used to start the
service program.
Function buttons
The button <<OK>> is used to acknowledge inputs.
The button <<Cancel>> is used to cancel inputs.
The button <<Start>> is used to start wash programs.
Navigation buttons
The navigation buttons are used to select the direction of motion of the machine elements during manual operation and to navigate within service program
menus.
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9.2. Operating terminal CP0
The operating terminal CP0 is used to control the
wash system. It is installed in a plastic housing which
can be wall-mounted or integrated in a door cut-out.
1 = Display
2 = Numeric keys
3 = Selection buttons
4 = Function buttons
5 = Navigation buttons
6 = Emergency-Off button
Fig. 9-3: Operating terminal CP0 - front view
The contrast of the display may be adjusted at the
operating terminal anytime.
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Press simultaneously the buttons 4 and 6 and
additionally one of the buttons <<©>> or
<<ª>>.
Keep the buttons pressed until the desired
contrast is set.
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Numeric keys
Numeric keys are used to select programs and to
enter data in the service programs.
Selection buttons
The lowest line of the display shows up to four
symbols:
Fig. 9-4: Display of symbols
Symbols for manual
operation
Symbols for special
functions
Symbol for starting
the service program
Fig. 9-5: Symbols
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Use the buttons <<§>> and <<¨>> to display further symbols. All available symbols are shown on the
left side.
The symbols for manual operation (control buttons)
are used for manual operation of individual machine
elements such as roof brush, side brushes or the
whole gantry (more information in chapter 9.5).
The symbols F1 – F3 are used to start special functions which have been previously assigned by
WashTec Service.
The symbol P is used to start the service program.
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Use the selection buttons F1 to F4 to select the according symbol.
A selected symbol is marked with a black background.
Function buttons
The button <<OK>> is used to acknowledge inputs.
The button <<Cancel>> is used to cancel inputs.
The button <<Start>> is used to start wash programs.
Navigation buttons
The navigation buttons are used to select the symbols, the direction of motion of the machine elements
during manual operation and to navigate within service program menus.
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Chapter 9 - Operating units
9.3. Starting up the operating terminal
The operating terminal is started automatically when
the roll-over car wash system is switched on at the
main switch.
Depending on the operation mode, the display may
show one of the messages below:
Drive in vehicle
or
Select program or Please insert card
9.4. Starting wash programs
Wash programs may be started by entering a program number or a program code (code operation
mode).
In Code operation mode the customer receives at
purchase a ticket with an access code. The wash
procedure is started by entering the access code at
the operating terminal.
NOTICE
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Please note that in code operation mode the program selection has to be switched-off (see menu
0361 in chapter 9.6). Otherwise the operating
terminal takes the data entry as a program number.
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The further steps depend on the operation mode and
the position of the vehicle.
Operation mode 1
The driver drives into the wash building, positions the
vehicle, leaves the vehicle, starts the wash program
and waits outside of the building.
Procedure
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Select the desired wash program on the keypad or enter the code.
Acknowledge the input with the button
<<OK>> or press the button <<Cancel>> if
you would like to change the input.
The wash program starts. The display shows:
Program x running
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Operation mode 2
The driver drives in front of the wash building, selects
a wash program, drives the vehicle into the building,
leaves the vehicle, starts the wash program and
waits outside of the building.
Procedure
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⇒
Select the desired wash program on the keypad or enter the code.
Acknowledge the input with the button
<<OK>> or press the button << Cancel >> if
you would like to change the input.
Drive the vehicle into the building.
Start the wash program with button <<Start>>.
The wash program starts. The display shows:
Program x running
Operation mode 3
The driver drives in front of the wash building, selects
a wash program, drives the vehicle into the building,
remains seated and the wash program starts automatically (Automatic start on).
Procedure
)
)
Select the desired wash program on the keypad or enter the code.
Acknowledge the input with the button
<<OK>> or press the button << Cancel >> if
you would like to change the input.
)
Drive the vehicle into the building.
⇒
The wash program starts. The display shows:
Program x running
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9.5. Manual operation with the control
buttons
The control buttons can be used for manual operation of individual machine elements, such as the roof
brush, side brushes, etc. or of the complete wash
gantry.
At the operating terminal CP 1 you can access the
machine elements directly by pressing the according
button.
Control buttons CP1
Control buttons CP0
At the operating terminal CP0 you probably have to
shift the desired machine element symbol into the
display by using the navigation buttons. Afterwards
you may select the symbol with one of the buttons
F1 – F4.
The function which will be initiated by a control button depends on the operating state of the system:
Wash mode = a wash program is executed
Control mode = no wash program active
Navigation buttons
Wash mode
By pressing a control button the according machine
element will be moved. The movement remains active as long as the button is pressed.
NOTICE
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At the operating terminal CP0 only machine elements will be displayed which are currently active.
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Control mode
During control mode, i.e. no wash program running,
a machine element is only selected with a control
button. This machine element can be moved into the
desired direction by using the navigation buttons.
)
⇒
)
⇒
Select the desired machine element by using
the control buttons.
At CP1:
The LED in the lower right corner is
illuminated
At CP0:
The symbol is marked with a black
background
Select the desired direction of movement by
using the navigation buttons.
The element will be moved as long as the
navigation button remains pressed or until the
home position is reached.
The selected element will be deactivated if no navigation button is pressed within three seconds after
selection.
NOTICE
Manual operation can be deactivated to avoid
misuse (see chapter 9.6 „Service programs –
menu 0360“).
The next two pages show the different functions
which may be actuated with the control and navigation buttons. Thereby the symbols of the operating
terminal CP1 have been used. The symbols of the
operating terminal CP0 are similar.
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Control button <<Roof brush>>
+
Wash mode:
Roof brush up. The roof brush
moves back downwards after releasing the button.
Control mode:
Roof brush up or down. The roof
brush remains in its actual position after releasing the button.
Control button <<Side brushes>>
+
Wash mode:
Side brushes apart. The side
brushes moves back inwards after releasing the button.
Control mode:
Side brushes apart or together.
The side brushes remain in their
actual position after releasing the
button.
Control button <<Roof nozzle>>
Wash mode:
Roof nozzle up. The roof nozzle
moves back downwards after releasing the button.
Control mode:
Roof nozzle up or down. The
roof nozzle remains in its actual
position after releasing the button.
+
Control button <<Wheel wash brushes>>
Wash mode:
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The wheel wash brushes are
switched off and remain switched
off until the end of the wash program.
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Control button <<Wash gantry>>
+
Wash mode:
Without function.
Control mode:
Wash gantry forward or backward. The wash gantry remains
in its position after releasing the
button.
Control button <<Home position>>
+
Wash mode:
Without function.
Control mode:
Roof brush and roof nozzle move
upwards, side brushes move
apart. The wash gantry moves in
its home position.
For safety reasons, one of the
four navigation buttons or the
button <<OK>> has to be
pressed in addition to the button
<<Home position>>.
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9.6. Service programs
Service programs allow the manager or owner of the
wash tunnel to modify designated settings of the system.
Service programs are started by using the special
function button <<P>>.
At the operating terminal CP 1 you can start the service program directly by pressing the button <<P>>.
At the operating terminal CP0 you probably have to
shift the symbol “P” into the display by using the
navigation buttons. Afterwards you may start the service with one of the selection buttons, e.g. F4.
During the further description of the service programs the keypad of the operating terminal is shown
occasionally. The illustration shows always the keypad of the operating terminal CP1. Inputs at the operating terminal CP0 should be done in a similar
way.
Operating terminal CP1
Operating terminal CP0
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Access and Termination
To access and terminate service programs follow the
sequence as shown below.
Access to service program menus
P
Press the buttons one after the other
to access the service program level
OK
Enter password
?
?
?
?
?
Different passwords allow access
to different service program levels
Service programs for the operator Password = 00001: Password cannot
be changed,limited access to service
programs
OK
0> Operator
Service programs for for the operator Password = 00000. Password can be
changed, unlimited access to service
programs
Terminating service program menus
Cancel
Normal sequence message
The service program level will be left
by pressing the <Cancel>-button
several times
Note: The service program can only be
left if the LED of button <<P>> is illuminated
Fig. 9-6: Access to and termination of service programs
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NOTICE
Service programs may not be accessed while
wash programs are executed.
Service programs are structured in several levels. In
each level different operations can be performed.
About using service
programs
NOTICE
There is a button called <<Cancel>> on the front
panel. The meaning of this button is Cancel or
Abort.
The menu items within a service program can be
called by using the navigation buttons or by entering
the menu item number directly.
Calling menu items
The menu items can be found from page 9-21.
The illustration below shows the direct call of a menu
item. On the next page you will learn how the menu
item is called with the navigation buttons.
Direct call of a service program menu item
By entering the number of the menu item directly,
the program jumps immediately to the corresponding
position, e.g. Enter 033 for menu item
Operator/Machine setting/door functions
0> Operator
0
3
3
3x
Cancel
033> Door functions
By pressing the button <
> the first
door and the according door settings
are displayed.
Cancel
Entrance door
off
Fig. 9-7: Direct call
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Navigation with the service program with these buttons
OK
0> Operator
Button <
>
or <OK> leads
to the next
lower level
Or
Cancel
Or
01> Wash counter
OK
02> Invoicing
Or
Cancel
A “>” behind the
item number indicate
that there is a lower
menu level available
Or
020> Accounting
03> Machine settings
Button and
call the
previous or next menu item
within a menu level
OK
04> System settings
Or
Button
<
> or
<Cancel>
leads back to
the next higher
level
Cancel
Or
040> Date and time
041> Change password
Fig. 9-8: Navigation with navigation buttons
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Values/parameters can be modified within a menu
item.
Modification of values/
parameters
The modification follows the sequence as shown below:
Modification of a parameter
0>Operator
0
Enter the menu number 021 to change parameters
Alternatively also accessable with the navigation buttons
2
02> Invoicing
1
021> Prices
OK
Activate the selected menu item
to modify the parameter
Cancel
Returns to the
next higher level
Price P01 004,50
0
To
OK
Promotion 004,00
9
Enter the new prices.
Switch between the zones with <OK>
Acknowledge the parameter modification.
Attention: The parameter is not modified
without acknowledging
To the next, respectively previous module
Shift cursor to the desired position
Fig. 9-9: Modification of parameters/values
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Service program menus
The menu items of a service program are released
by a password when accessing the service program.
The following listing shows all menu items which may
be called from the operator or the owner of the rollover car wash system.
A menu item can be called directly by using the
number code.
0> Operator
01> Wash counter
010> Total counter
011> Lifetime
0110> Cash (Manual entry)
0111> Non-cash
0112> Servicing
012> Day
0120> Cash (Manual entry)
0121> Non-cash
0122> Servicing
0124> Clear day counter
02> Invoicing
020> Accounting
021> Prices
022> Promotion times (zone 2)
023> Currency and tax
024> Check Multibox Code
03> Machine settings
030> Modules On-Off
031> Lift control roof nozzle
032> Contact pressure
033> Door functions
034> Positioning lights
035> Automatic start
036> Manual control
037> Temperature setting
038> Spray arch
039> Bleed rim cleaner
04> System settings
040> Date and time
041> Change password
042> Set telephone numbers
043> Station code
044> Opening hours
045> Selectable program names
046> Program names
047> Release
048> Multibox Setup Code
05> Create cards
06> Winter water control
1> Évents
10> Display list
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Menu 01> Wash counter
The menu „Wash counter“ displays different counters. The table below shows at a glance all menus
and sub-menus available in this menu item.
01> Wash counter
010 Total counter
Total: XXXXXX Shift: YYYYYY Failed: ZZZZZZ
011> Lifetime
0110 Cash (Manual entry)
Program 1 XXXXXX
0111 Non-cash
Promotion YYYYYY
Program 1 XXXXXX Promotion YYYYYY
0112 Servicing
Program 1 XXXXXX Promotion YYYYYY
012> Day
0120 Cash (Manual entry)
Program 1 XXXXXX Promotion YYYYYY
0121 Non-cash
Program 1 XXXXXX Promotion YYYYYY
0122 Servicing
Program 1 XXXXXX Promotion YYYYYY
0124 Clear day counter
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)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>> to enter the next
menu level.
The display shows the first sub-menu
010 Total counter
)
Menu 010 Total counter
)
⇒
Select the desired sub-menu by pressing the
buttons <<ª>> and <<©>>.
Press the button <<¨>> to display the total
counter.
The display shows
Total: XXXXXX Shift: YYYYYY Failed: ZZZZZZ
Total =
Shift =
Failed =
All wash cycles since commissioning
All wash cycles since the daily counter
has been cleared
All wash cycles which have been
aborted since commissioning
)
Press the button <<Cancel>>.
⇒
The display shows:
010 Total counter
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Menu 011 Lifetime
)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>> to enter the next
menu level.
The display shows the first sub-menu
0110 Cash (Manual entry)
The menu „Lifetime“ provides three sub-menus
)
Select the desired sub-menu by pressing the
buttons <<ª>> and <<©>>.
ƒ 0110 Cash (Manual entry)
ƒ 0111 Non-cash
ƒ 0112 Service
The menu „Cash“ shows the total amount of wash
cycles which have been started at the operating terminal by entering a wash program. The menu “Noncash” shows the total amount of wash cycles which
have been started otherwise, e.g. with a wash card
at a card reader. The menu „Service“ shows the total
amount of wash cycles which have been started from
WashTec Service in service mode.
)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>> to display the counter
of the selected menu.
The display shows:
Program Z XXXXXX Promotion YYYYYY
Z
=
XXX =
YYY =
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Program number (Start with program1)
All wash cycles of program Z during
regular periods
All wash cycles of program Z during
promotion periods
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)
⇒
Select the counters of other programs by
pressing the buttons <<ª>> and <<©>> or
press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu.
The display shows for example:
0110 Cash (Manual entry)
)
⇒
Select another sub-menu by pressing the buttons <<ª>> and <<©>> or press the button
<<Cancel>> to return to the start menu.
The display shows:
011 Lifetime
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Menu 012 Day
)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>> to enter the next
menu level.
The display shows the first sub-menu
0110 Cash (Manual entry)
The menu „Day“ provides four sub-menus
)
Select the desired sub-menu by pressing the
buttons <<ª>> and <<©>>.
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
0120 Cash (Manual entry)
0121 Non-cash
0122 Service
0124 Clear day counter
The menu „Cash“ shows the total amount of wash
cycles which have been started at the operating terminal by entering a wash program during this day.
The menu “Non-cash” shows the total amount of
wash cycles which have been started otherwise during this day, e.g. with a wash card at a card reader.
The menu „Service“ shows the total amount of wash
cycles which have been started from WashTec Service in service mode during this day.
For the first three
menus:
)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>> to display the counter
of the selected menu.
The display shows:
Program Z XXXXXX Promotion YYYYYY
Z
=
XXX =
YYY =
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Program number (Start with program1)
All wash cycles of program Z at
regular periods
All wash cycles of program Z at
promotion periods
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)
⇒
Select the counters of other programs by
pressing the buttons <<ª>> and <<©>> or
press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu.
The display shows for example:
0120 Cash (Manual entry)
)
⇒
Select another sub-menu by pressing the buttons <<ª>> and <<©>> or press the button
<<Cancel>> to return to the start menu.
The display shows:
012 Day
For the menu
„Clear day counter“
The display shows:
0124 Clear day counter
)
⇒
Press the button <<OK>> to clear the daily
counter.
The display shows:
Day counters cleared
)
⇒
Press twice the button <<Cancel>> to return
to the start menu.
The display shows:
012 Day
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Menu 02 Invoicing
The menu „Invoicing“ displays the daily accounting.
Prices, promotions as well as currencies and taxes
can be displayed and changed.
The table below shows at a glance all menus and
sub-menus available in this menu item.
02> Invoicing
020> Accounting
0200> Day
Turnover: Cash 123456,00 EUR
021> Prices
Price P01 XXXXXX Promotion YYYYYY
022> Promotion times (zone 2)
0 Mo Time1 00:00-00:00 Time2 00:00-00:00
023> Currency and tax
Currency: EUR Tax: 16,00 %
024> Check Multibox Code
Enter Code xxxxx
)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>> to enter the next
menu level.
The display shows the first sub-menu:
020 Accounting
)
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Select the desired sub-menu by pressing the
buttons <<ª>> and <<©>>.
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Menu 020
Accounting
)
⇒
Press twice the button <<¨>> to display the
daily accounting.
The display shows the daily accounting:
Turnover cash: YYYYYY ZZ
YYY =
ZZ
=
Daily turnover
Currency
)
Press twice the button <<Cancel>>.
⇒
The display shows:
020 Accounting
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Menu 021
Prices
)
Press the button <<¨>>.
⇒
The display shows:
Price P Z XXX.XX Promotion YYY.YY
Z
=
XXX =
YYY =
Program number (Start with Prog. 01)
Price for Prog. Z at regular periods
Price for Prog. Z at promotion periods
You can define a regular and a promotion price for
each wash program. Promotion prices are only valid
at specified promotion periods (see menu 022 Promotion times).
)
NOTICE
Display only
Select with the buttons <<ª>> and <<©>>
the price display for the desired program.
Prices cannot be changed with password 00001.
)
⇒
Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu.
The display shows:
021 Prices
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Change prices
)
⇒
Press the button <<OK>>.
The cursor is placed below the first digit of the
regular price.
<OK>
Price P Z XXX.XX Promotion YYY.YY
)
)
)
1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
OK
⇒
⇒
Press the button <<¨>> until the cursor is
placed below the desired digit.
Enter the new value.
Press the button <<OK>>.
The data entry is accepted
The cursor is placed below the 1. digit of the
promotion price.
Cancel
<OK>
START
0
YZ
Price P Z XXX.XX Promotion YYY.YY
<Cancel>
)
)
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< Cancel >
< Cancel >
Press twice the button <<Cancel>> when the
promotion price should not be changed.
Otherwise proceed as described on the next
page.
Use the buttons <<ª>> and <<©>> to select
another program. Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the start menu.
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Change promotion price
)
Press the button <<¨>> until the cursor is
placed below the desired digit.
Price P Z XXX.XX Promotion YYY.YY
)
)
1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
OK
Cancel
⇒
⇒
Enter the new value.
Press the button <<OK>>.
The data entry is accepted.
The cursor is placed below the 1. digit of the
price.
START
Price P Z XXX.XX Promotion YYY.YY
0
YZ
)
Press the button <<Cancel>>.
Price P Z XXX.XX Promotion YYY.YY
<Cancel>
)
⇒
< Cancel >
Select another program by pressing the buttons <<ª>> and <<©>> or press the button
<<Cancel>> to return to the start menu.
The display shows:
021 Prices
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In this example the price for program 5 will be increased from 11,00 to 12,50 Euro at regular periods
and will be decreased from 10,00 to 9,50 at promotion periods.
Example
)
⇒
Press the button <<OK>>.
The cursor is placed below the 1. digit of the
regular price.
<OK>
Price P05 011.00 Promotion 010.00
)
⇒
Press twice the button <<¨>>.
The cursor is placed below the 3. digit of the
regular price.
Price P05 011.00 Promotion 010.00
)
⇒
1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
Enter the number 2 on the key pad.
The cursor is placed below the 4. digit of the
regular price.
OK
Cancel
Price P05 012.00 Promotion 010.00
START
0
YZ
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)
)
1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
OK
⇒
⇒
Cancel
Enter the number 5 on the key pad.
Press the button <<OK>>.
The data entry is accepted.
The cursor is placed below the 1. digit of the
price.
<OK>
START
0
YZ
Price P05 012.50 Promotion 010.00
)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>>.
The cursor is placed below the 2. digit of the
promotion price.
Price P05 012.50 Promotion 010.00
)
⇒
1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
Enter the number 0 on the key pad.
The cursor is placed below the 3. digit of the
promotion price.
OK
Cancel
Price P05 012.50 Promotion 000.00
START
0
YZ
)
⇒
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Enter the number 9 on the key pad.
The cursor is placed below the 4. digit of the
promotion price.
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Price P05 012.50 Promotion 009.00
)
)
1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
OK
⇒
⇒
Cancel
Enter the number 5 on the key pad.
Press the button <<OK>>.
The data entry is accepted.
The cursor is placed again below the first digit
of the price.
START
Price P05 012.50 Promotion 009.00
0
YZ
)
Press the button <<Cancel>>.
Price P05 012.50 Promotion 009.50
<Cancel>
)
⇒
<Cancel>
Select another program by pressing the buttons <<ª>> and <<©>> or press the button
<<Cancel>> to return to the start menu.
The display shows:
021 Prices
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Menu 022
Promotion times
)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>>.
The display shows the current promotion period for the displayed day of the week.
Z Time1 00:00-00:00 Time2 00:00-00:00
Z
=
Day of the week (Start with 0 Mo)
You can define two promotion periods for each day.
During these periods the previously defined promotion prices are valid.
Setting 00:00-00:00 = No promotion period
)
)
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Select with the buttons <<ª>> and <<©>>
the desired day of the week.
Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu.
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Change promotion
periods
)
⇒
Press the button <<OK>>.
The cursor is placed below the 1. digit of
Time1.
<OK>
Z Time1 00:00-00:00 Time2 00:00-00:00
)
)
)
1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
OK
⇒
⇒
Press the button <<¨>> until the cursor is
placed below the desired digit.
Enter the new value.
Press the button <<OK>>.
The data entry is accepted.
The cursor is placed below the first digit of
promotion time 2.
Cancel
<OK>
START
0
YZ
Z Time1 00:00-00:00 Time2 00:00-00:00
<Cancel>
)
)
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<Cancel>
<Cancel>
Press twice the button <<Cancel>> when the
second promotion period should not be
changed. Otherwise proceed as described on
the next page.
Select with the buttons <<ª>> and <<©>>
another day. Press the button <<Cancel>> to
return to the start menu.
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Change promotion
period 2
)
Press the button <<¨>> until the cursor is
placed below the desired digit.
Z Time1 00:00-00:00 Time2 00:00-00:00
)
)
⇒
⇒
1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
Enter the new value.
Press the button <<OK>>.
The data entry is accepted.
The cursor is placed again below the 1. digit of
the time 1.
OK
Z Time1 00:00-00:00 Time2 00:00-00:00
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
Cancel
START
)
Press the button <<Cancel>>.
0
YZ
Z Time1 00:00-00:00 Time2 00:00-00:00
<Cancel>
)
⇒
<Cancel>
Select with the <<ª>> and <<©>> another
day or press the button <<Cancel>> to return
to the start menu.
The display shows:
022 Promotion times
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In this example a promotion period will be set which
is valid on Wednesday from 7 – 8:30 am and from 5
– 7 pm (17:00-19:00).
Example
)
)
⇒
Select Wednesday with the buttons <<ª>>
and <<©>>.
Press the button <<OK>>.
The cursor is placed below the 1 digit of promotion time 1.
<OK>
2 We Time1 00:00-00:00 Time2 00:00-00:00
)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>> once.
The cursor is placed below the 2. digit of
promotion time 1.
2 We Time1 00:00-00:00 Time2 00:00-00:00
1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
)
)
Enter the number 7 on the key pad.
Press the button <<¨>> three times.
OK
⇒
Cancel
The cursor is placed below the 6. digit of
promotion time 1.
START
0
2 We Time1 07:00-00:00 Time2 00:00-00:00
YZ
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)
⇒
1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
Enter the number 8 on the key pad.
The cursor is placed below the 7. digit of
promotion time 1.
OK
Cancel
2 We Time1 07:00-08:00 Time2 00:00-00:00
START
)
)
0
YZ
⇒
⇒
Enter the number 3 on the key pad.
Press the button <<OK>>.
The data entry is accepted.
The cursor is placed below the 1. digit of promotion time 2.
<OK>
2 We Time1 07:00-08:30 Time2 00:00-00:00
)
⇒
1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
Enter the number 1 on the key pad.
The cursor is placed below the 2. digit of
promotion time 2.
OK
Cancel
2 Mi Time1 07:00-08:30 Time2 10:00-00:00
START
0
YZ
)
)
⇒
Enter the number 7 on the key pad.
Press twice the button <<¨>>.
The cursor is placed below the 5. digit of
promotion time 2.
2 We Time1 07:00-08:30 Time2 17:00-00:00
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⇒
1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
Enter the number 1 on the key pad.
The cursor is placed below the 6. digit of
promotion time 2.
OK
2 We Time1 07:00-08:30 Time2 17:00-10:00
Cancel
START
0
YZ
)
)
⇒
⇒
Enter the number 9 on the key pad.
Press the button <<OK>>.
The data entry is accepted.
The cursor is placed again below the 1. digit of
the time 1.
2 We Time1 07:00-08:30 Time2 17:00-10:00
)
Press the button <<Cancel>>.
2 We Time1 07:00-08:30 Time2 17:00-19:00
<Cancel>
)
⇒
<Cancel>
Select with the buttons <<ª>> and <<©>>
another day. Press the button <<Cancel>> to
return to the start menu.
The display shows:
022 Promotion times
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Menu 023 Currency and
tax
)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>>.
The display shows the actual currency and
sales tax. The cursor is placed below the first
digit of the currency:
Currency: EUR Tax: 16,00 %
You can display and change the currency and tax to
local values.
Display only
)
Change
)
)
⇒
)
Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu without any changes.
Enter the new currency.
Press the button <<OK>>.
The data entry is accepted.
Press the button <<¨>> until the cursor is
placed below the desired digit.
<¨>
Currency: EUR Tax: 16,00 %
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)
Press the button <<Cancel>> when the tax
should not be changed. Otherwise proceed as
described below.
Currency: EUR Tax: 16,00 %
<Cancel>
)
Press the button <<¨>> until the cursor is
placed below the desired digit.
Currency: EUR Tax: 16,00 %
)
)
⇒
⇒
Enter the new value.
Press the button <<OK>>.
The data entry is accepted.
The cursor is placed again below the first digit
of the currency.
Currency: EUR Tax: 16,00 %
)
⇒
Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu.
The display shows:
023 Currency and tax
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In this example the currency shall be changed to
swiss franks (Sfr) and the sales tax shall remain unchanged.
Example
The cursor is placed below the first digit of the currency.
Currency: EUR Tax: 16,00 %
)
)
⇒
1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
2
MNO
OK
Cancel
START
0
3 1
YZ
)
)
⇒
)
)
⇒
⇒
Press the number 8 once =S.
Press the button <<¨>> once.
The cursor is placed below the next digit of the
currency.
Press the number 3 three times = F.
Press the button <<¨>> once.
The cursor is placed below the next digit of the
currency.
Press the number 7 three times = R.
Press the button <<OK>> once.
The data entry is accepted.
The cursor is placed below the first digit of the
currency.
Currency: SFR Tax: 16,00 %
)
⇒
Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu.
The display shows:
023 Currency and tax
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Menu 024 Check
Multibox Code
)
Press the button <<¨>>.
⇒
The display shows:
Enter Code: xxxxxx
You can verify if a code has been used or if the code
is still available for a wash cycle.
)
)
⇒
Enter the code.
Press the button <<OK>>.
If the code has been used for a wash cycle the
display shows:
Program and date of the wash cycle
⇒
If the code has not been used for a wash cycle
the display shows:
Code not found
)
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Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu.
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Menu 03 Machine
Settings
The menu „Machine settings“ is used to switch devices of the wash system on or off or to control them
manually.
The table below shows on a glance all menus and
sub-menus available in this menu item.
03> Machine settings
030> Modules On-Off
Mod 000: DB1 = active
031> Lift control roof nozzle
Lift control roof nozzle:
on
032> Contact pressure
Roof brush :
100 %
033> Door functions
Entrance door
Exit door
Separator door
off
off
off
034> Positioning lights
Positioning lights
on
035> Automatic start
Automatic start
off
036> Manual control
0360 Manual control buttons off
0361 Program selection at operating terminal off
037> Temperature setting
0370 Freeze protection on at xx°C
0371 Heater on at xx°C
038> Spray arch
Shampoo
Active foam
Wax
Drying aid
Foam wax
off
off
off
off
off
039> Bleed rim cleaner
Rim cleaner
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)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>> to enter the next
menu level.
The display shows the first sub-menu:
030> Module On-Off
)
NOTICE
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Select the desired sub-menu by pressing the
buttons <<ª>> and <<©>>.
The menu cannot be activated during operation
of the wash system.
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Menu 030
Module On-Off
)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>> to display the modules.
The first module is shown:
Mod 001: X = active
X = Abbreviation of the module, e.g. DB1 for roof
brush 1
You can now change the condition of a module, i.e.
activate or deactivate a module. A module which is
deactivated will not be actuated during a wash cycle.
NOTICE
CAUTION
Use this function to switch off a defect module.
You can then operate the wash system with reduced functionality.
Modules which are not in their home position
may cause damages to vehicles or to the wash
system.
Make sure that all modules are in their home position before you deactivate a module.
The wash system cannot be started if a module is
not in its home position.
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)
)
⇒
Select a module by using the buttons <<ª>>
and <<©>>.
Press the button <<OK>> to change the condition of the module, e.g. from active to inactive.
The display shows for example:
Mod 001: DB1 = inactive
)
⇒
Select further modules by using the buttons
<<ª>> and <<©>> or press the button
<<Cancel>> to return to the start menu.
The display shows:
030 Modules On-Off
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Menu 031
Lift control roof nozzle
)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>> to display the condition of the roof nozzle.
The display shows:
Lift control roof nozzle: on
You can now change the condition of the roof nozzle,
i.e. switch roof nozzle on or off.
NOTICE
Use this menu to switch off the lift control after a
malfunction of the roof nozzle. You can then operate the wash system with reduced functionality. The roof nozzle remains in the upper home
position. The blower of the roof nozzle remains
active.
)
⇒
Press the button <<OK>> to change the condition of the module, e.g. from active to inactive.
The display shows:
Lift control roof nozzle: off
)
⇒
Press the button <<Cancel>> to accept the
change.
The display shows:
031 Lift control roof nozzle
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CAUTION
A roof nozzle which is not in the upper home position may cause damages to vehicles or to the
wash system.
Make sure that the roof nozzle is always in the
upper home position before you deactivate the
lift drive.
The wash system cannot be started if the roof
nozzle is not in its home position.
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Menu 032
Contact pressure
)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>> to display the contact
pressure.
The display shows:
Roof brush: 100%
In case of wear the contact pressure of the roof
brush and the side brushes can be adjusted.
CAUTION
Incorrect adjustment of the brush pressure may
cause insufficient washing results or may damage the vehicle.
The brush pressure is optimally adjusted by
WashTec Service on commissioning.
)
)
)
⇒
Select the brush by using the buttons <<ª>>
and <<©>>.
Change the contact pressure by using the buttons <<¨>> (+ 10%) and <<§ >> (-10%).
Press the button <<OK>> to accept the data
entry.
The display shows the new contact pressure:
Roof brush: 110%
)
⇒
Select further brushes by using the buttons
<<ª>> and <<©>> or press the button
<<Cancel>> to return to the start menu.
The display shows:
032 Contact pressure
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Menu 033
Door functions
)
Press the button <<¨>>.
⇒
The display shows:
Entrance door
off
In this menu you can change the operation mode of
the doors. The following operation modes are available:
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
Off
Close before washing
Close before drying
Winter door mode
A detailed description about the different operation
modes can be found in chapter 10 “Additional
equipment“.
NOTICE
Entrance and exit door have to be set to the
same function if the wash building has only one
door.
Select a door by using the buttons <<ª>> and
<<©>>.
)
⇒
Press the button <<OK>> to change the operation mode of the selected door.
The display shows subsequently the different
operation modes, e.g.:
Entrance door
)
⇒
close before drying
Select further doors by using the buttons
<<ª>> and <<©>> or press the button
<<Cancel>> to return to the start menu. The
changes will be accepted.
The display shows:
033 Door functions
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Menu 034
Positioning lights
)
Press the button <<¨>>.
⇒
The display shows:
Positioning lights: on
You can now change the condition of the positioning
lights, i.e. switch the positioning light on or off.
)
⇒
Press the button <<OK>> to change the condition, e.g. from on to off.
The display shows:
Positioning lights: off
)
⇒
Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu. The changes will be accepted.
The display shows:
034 Positioning lights
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Menu 035
Automatic start
)
Press the button <<¨>>.
⇒
The display shows:
Automatic start: off
You can now change the operation mode.
„Automatic start: on“ the wash starts automatically
with a time delay when the wash program has been
selected (by entering the program on the key pad or
by inserting a wash card into the card reader) and
the vehicle has been positioned in the wash hall.
Pay attention to the safety instructions in
chapter 5.3.
„Automatic start on“ is generally activated when the
driver remains in the vehicle during the wash.
Different procedures are possible with „Automatic
start: off“ (see chapter 5.3 „Washing procedure“).
)
⇒
Press the button <<OK>> to change the operation mode, e.g. from off to on.
The display shows for example:
Automatic start: on
)
⇒
Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu. The changes will be accepted.
The display shows:
035 Automatic start
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Menu 036
Manual control
In the menu „Manual control“ you can deactivate the
manual control buttons (only control mode) and you
can set the program selection, i.e. starting a wash
program by entering a program number at the operating terminal or by entering a code or using the card
reader.
The table below shows at a glance all menus available in this menu item.
036> Manual control
0360 Manual control buttons
Manual control buttons: off
0361 Program selection at operating terminal
Program selection at operating terminal: off
)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>> to enter the next
menu level.
The display shows the first sub-menu:
0360 Manual control buttons
)
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Select the desired sub-menu by pressing the
buttons <<ª>> and <<©>>.
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Menu 0360
Manual control buttons
)
Press the button <<¨>>.
⇒
The display shows:
Manual control buttons: on
You can switch the manual control buttons on or off.
If the manual control buttons are switched off you
cannot move any devices in control mode, i.e. no
wash program is running. The control buttons remain
active during washing operation.
NOTICE
Use this menu to avoid misuse at systems which
are operated in self service mode (e.g. wash systems with card reader).
)
⇒
Press the button <<OK>> to change the condition, e.g. from on to off.
The display shows for example:
Manual control buttons: off
)
⇒
Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu. The changes will be accepted.
The display shows:
0360 Manual control buttons
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Menu 0361
Program selection at
operating terminal
)
Press the button <<¨>>.
⇒
The display shows:
Program selection at operating terminal: on
This function is only useful if the operating unit is
equipped with a card reader or a code system. With
“Program selection at operating terminal: on“ wash
programs can only be started from the card reader or
by entering a code at the operating terminal.
NOTICE
Program selection cannot be changed with
password 00001.
)
⇒
Press the button <<OK>> to change the condition, e.g. from on to off.
The display shows for example:
Program selection at operating terminal: off
)
⇒
Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu. The changes will be accepted.
The display shows:
0361 Program selection at operating terminal
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Menu 037
Temperature setting
In the menu „Temperature setting“ you can set the
temperatures for activating the freeze protection and
for switching on the heater in the media cabinet.
The table below shows on a glance all menus available in this menu item.
037> Temperature setting
0370 Freeze protection
Freeze protection on at xx°C
0371 Heater
Heater on at xx°C
)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>> to enter the next
menu level.
The display shows the first sub-menu:
0370 Freeze protection
)
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Select the desired sub-menu by pressing the
buttons <<ª>> and <<©>>.
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Menu 0370
Freeze protection
)
Press the button <<¨>>.
⇒
The display shows:
Freeze protection on at xx°C
⇒
)
)
⇒
)
⇒
The cursor is placed below the first digit of the
temperature.
Entert the new value.
Press the button <<OK>>.
The data entry is accepted.
Select with the <<ª>> and <<©>> another
program or press the button <<Cancel>> to
return to the start menu.
The display shows:
037> Temperature setting
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Menu 0371
Heater
)
Press the button <<¨>>.
⇒
The display shows:
Heater on at xx°C
⇒
)
)
⇒
)
⇒
The cursor is placed below the first digit of the
temperature.
Entert the new value.
Press the button <<OK>>.
The data entry is accepted.
Select with the <<ª>> and <<©>> another
program or press the button <<Cancel>> to
return to the start menu.
The display shows:
037> Temperature setting
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Menu 038
Spray arch
)
Press the button <<¨>>.
⇒
The display shows:
Shampoo
off
In this menu you can switch on individual spray
arches. The complete spray arch inclusive pumps
and dosing pumps will be switched on. Switching the
spray arches on or off has no impact on the settings
or the wash program.
)
)
⇒
Select the spray arch which should be
switched on by using the buttons <<ª>> and
<<©>>.
Press the button <<OK>> to switch on the
spray arch.
The display shows for example:
Shampoo
⇒
)
)
⇒
on
The selected spray arch will now be switched
on.
Press the button <<OK>> to switch off the
spray arch.
Select further spray arches by using the buttons <<ª>> and <<©>> or press the button
<<Cancel>> to return to the start menu.
The display shows:
038 Spray arch
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Menu 039
Bleed rim cleaner
)
Press the button <<¨>>.
⇒
The display shows:
Bleed rim cleaner: off
This function is only used to bleed the rim cleaner
pump (see chapter 6.4). In condition „Bleed rim
cleaner: on“ the pump will be clocked, i.e. with each
stroke cleaning agent is drawn out of the container.
Leave the pump switched on until the cleaning agent
sprays out of the nozzle. Switching the rim cleaner
on or off has no impact on the settings or the wash
program.
)
⇒
Press the button <<OK>> to change the condition, i.e. from off to on.
The display shows for example:
Bleed rim cleaner: on
⇒
)
)
⇒
The rim cleaner pump draws cleaning agent
out of the container.
Press the button <<OK>> to switch off the rim
cleaner pump when the cleaning agent sprays
out of the nozzle.
Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu.
The display shows:
039 Bleed rim cleaner
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Menu 04 System
settings
NOTICE
This menu is used for system settings and to assign
program names to wash programs.
The menu „system settings“ cannot be accessed
with the password 00001.
The table below shows at a glance all menus and
sub-menus available in this menu item.
04> System settings
040> Date and time
Day: 0 Date: 01.01.2002 Time: 14:05:00
041> Change password
Password:
042> Set telephone numbers
SMS-Main office: 000000000000000
Mobile Phone:
000000000000000
SMS-Main office: + 49 171 07 60 256 WashTec-Server
Mobile Phone
+ XX XXX XXXXXX Forward Server
to mobile phone Nr.
043> Station code
Station code: 000
044> Opening hours
Opened: 00:00 – 24:00
Mo
045> Selectable program names
Selectable program names
off
046> Program names
Program 01:
047> Release
Please enter PIN:
048> Multibox Setup Code
Enter code:
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)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>> to enter the next
menu level.
The display shows the first sub-menu:
040> Date and time
)
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Select the desired sub-menu by pressing the
buttons <<ª>> and <<©>>.
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Menu 040 Date and time
)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>>.
The display shows the current setting for date
and time. The cursor is placed below the day
code:
Day: 0 Date: XX.XX.XXXX Time: YY.YY.YY
You can now display and change date and time. The
day code will be generated from the date. Mo = 0,
Tue = 1, etc. to Su = 6
Display only
)
Change
)
Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu without any changes.
Press the button <<OK>> and the cursor is
placed below the 1. digit of the date.
<OK>
Day: 0 Date: XX.XX.XXXX Time: YY.YY.YY
)
NOTICE
The date can only be reset with a clearance from
WashTec (see menu 047).
)
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Enter the new date.
Press the button <<¨>> until the cursor is
placed below the first digit of the time or press
the button <<OK>> to accept the new date
and than the button <<Cancel>> to return to
the start menu.
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<OK>
Day: 1 Date: 16.12.2003 Time: YY.YY.YY
<Cancel>
)
)
1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
OK
Cancel
⇒
⇒
<Cancel>
Enter the new time.
Press the button <<OK>> to accept the data
entry.
The new time is accepted.
The cursor is placed below the daily code.
START
0
YZ
Day: 1 Date: 16.12.2003 Time: 14.02.03
)
⇒
Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu.
The display shows:
040 Date and time
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Menu 041
Change password
)
Press the button <<¨>>.
⇒
The display shows the current password, e.g.:
New password: 00000
You can now change the password.
)
)
1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
OK
⇒
Enter the new password.
Press the button <<OK>>.
The new password is accepted. The display
shows briefly the message:
Cancel
New password accepted
START
0
YZ
…and afterwards the new password, e.g.
New password: 11111
)
⇒
Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu.
The display shows:
041 Change password
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Menu 042
Set telefone numbers
)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>>.
The display shows the phone number of the
SMS-main office. The cursor is placed below
the first digit of the phone number:
SMS-main office:
+491710760256
The SMS-main office number as shown above is
preset in the factory. Error messages will be forwarded directly to the WashTec Service Centre.
By entering a SMS-central phone number and a mobile phone number you can transmit error messages
as SMS to a mobile phone. By entering your own
mobile phone number you will always be informed
about malfunctions, no matter where you are.
The SMS- central phone number can be obtained
from the provider of the telephone card which is installed in the modem of the system (in the controller
cabinet).
1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
OK
)
)
)
Cancel
⇒
Enter the SMS- central phone number.
Press the button <<OK>>.
Press the button <<ª>>
The display shows:
START
0
Mobile Phone
_
YZ
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1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
OK
)
)
)
Enter the phone number of the mobile phone.
Press the button <<OK>>.
Press the button <<Cancel>> to accept the
phone number and to return to the start menu.
Cancel
⇒
The display shows:
START
0
YZ
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Menu 043
Station code
)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>>.
The display shows the current station code.
The cursor is placed below the first digit of the
station code:
Station code: 000
This function is only useful if the operating unit is
equipped with a card reader. The station code is
transferred onto the wash card when the card is
generated. This procedure assures that wash cards
can only be used on systems where they have been
generated.
NOTICE
After the station code has been changed wash
cards which have been generated with the old
station code will no longer be accepted.
)
)
1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
OK
Cancel
⇒
)
START
0
YZ
⇒
Enter the new station code.
Press the button <<OK>>.
The new station code will be accepted.
Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu.
The display shows:
043 Station code
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Menu 044
Opening hours
)
Press the button <<¨>>.
⇒
The display shows:
Opened: 00:00 – 24:00 Mo
You can determine the daily opening hours of the
wash system and define the days at which the wash
system should be completely closed. The left time
indicates when the system is opened, the right time
indicates when the system is closed. The day of the
week is displayed rightmost.
Daily opening hours
)
Enter the desired opening hours for the selected day.
)
Press the button <<OK>>.
⇒
The data entry will be accepted.
)
)
Press the button <<ª>> to select the next
day.
Enter for all further days the desired opening
hours as described above.
By entering „00:00 – 00:00“ the system is closed the
whole day.
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Close system at selected days
)
Press the button <<ª>> until the displays
shows:
[01] closed at [day.month]: 00.00
You may select up to 28 days at which the system is
completely closed.
)
Press the button <<OK>>.
⇒
The cursor is placed below the first digit of the
day
)
)
Enter day and month, e.g. 16.05 for May 16th.
⇒
The data entry is accepted.
)
)
)
⇒
Press the button <<OK>>.
Press the button <<ª>> to select the next
day.
Enter all further days at which the system
should be closed as described above.
Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu.
The display shows:
044 Opening hours
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Menu 045
Selectable program
names
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Press the button <<¨>>.
⇒
The display shows:
Selectable program names: off
You can assign individual program names to the
wash programs (see menu 046). These program
names will be shown in the display when the “selectable program names” are switched on.
)
⇒
Press the button <<OK>> to change the condition, e.g. from off to on.
The display shows for example:
Selectable program names: on
)
⇒
Press the button <<Cancel>> to accept the
change and to return to the start menu.
The display shows:
045 Selectable program names
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Menu 046
Program names
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⇒
Press the button <<¨>>.
The display shows the first program name.
The cursor is placed below the 1. digit of the
program name.:
Program 01: _
You can now assign program names to the individual
programs.
)
)
Select with the buttons <<ª>> and <<©>>
the program to which you want to assign a
name.
Enter the desired program name, e.g. „Foam“.
Press the button <<1>> to obtain special characters,
numbers and blanks.
1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
5
3x
JKL
MNO
4
GHI
7
2x
PQR
6
8
9
STU
VWX
OK
Cancel
START
)
⇒
Press the button <<OK>> to accept the program name.
The display shows for example:
0
1x
YZ
Program 01: Foam
)
⇒
Select further programs by using the buttons
<<ª>> and <<©>>. Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the start menu.
The display shows:
046 Program names
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Menu 047
Release
NOTICE
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This menu is only intended for WashTec Service.
A modification of the data in this menu may
cause malfunctions of the system.
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Menu 048
Multibox Setup Code
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Press the button <<¨>>.
⇒
The display shows:
Enter code: _
This function is necessary when the system is
equipped with a Multibox.
The code is supplied by the Multibox. Wash system
and Multibox are synchronized after entering the
code.
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1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
OK
⇒
Cancel
START
)
0
Enter the code.
Press the button <<OK>>.
Wash system and Multibox are now synchronized.
Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu.
YZ
⇒
The display shows:
048 Multibox Setup Code
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This menu is only helpful when the operating terminal is equipped with a card reader. The menu “Create cards” provides the following functions:
Menu 05
Create cards
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
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⇒
Creating single cards
Creating multi cards
Creating cash cards
Reading card data
Press the button <<¨>> to enter the next
menu level.
The display shows:
** Single card**
050 Create cards active
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⇒
F1
F2
F3
P
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Press the button <<P>>.
The LED is switched off and the operating unit
is now ready for creating and reading cards.
Select the desired sub-menu by using the buttons <<¨>> and <<§>>.
Press the button <<OK>> to acknowledge the
selection.
The display shows the selected sub-menu.
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Data entry for single
cards
** Single card **
050 Create cards active
Special offer no
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NOTICE
Select with the buttons <<¨>> or <<§>>
whether the card should be used as a special
offer card.
Special offer cards will only be accepted at promotion times as set in menu 022.
)
⇒
Press the button <<OK>> to accept the data
entry.
The display shows the next request:
** Single card **
050 Create cards active
Wash program
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1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
GHI
25
JKL
6
MNO
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
OK
Cancel
⇒
Enter the desired program, e.g. 02 for program 2.
Press the button <<OK>> to accept the data
entry.
The display shows the next request:
START
** Single card **
0
YZ
050 Create cards active
1
Valid until:
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⇒
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xx.yy.zzzz
Enter the validity date.
Press the button <<OK>> to accept the data
entry.
The data entry is completed.
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Data entry for multi
cards
** Multi card **
050 Create cards active
Special offer no
)
NOTICE
Select with the buttons <<¨>> or <<§>>
whether the card should be used as a special
offer card.
Special offer cards will only be accepted at promotion times as set in menu 022.
)
⇒
Press the button <<OK>> to accept the data
entry.
The display shows the next request:
** Multi card **
050 Create cards active
Wash program
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1
2
3
+.,
ABC
DEF
4
GHI
25
JKL
6
MNO
7
8
9
PQR
STU
VWX
OK
Cancel
⇒
Enter the desired program, e.g. 02 for program 2.
Press the button <<OK>> to accept the data
entry.
The display shows the next request:
START
** Multi card **
0
YZ
1
050 Create cards active
Credit:
)
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⇒
00
Enter the number of wash cycles which should
be executed with this card.
Press the button <<OK>> to accept the data
entry.
The display shows the next request:
** Multi card **
050 Create cards active
Valid: xx.yy.zzzz
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⇒
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Enter the validity date.
Press the button <<OK>> to accept the data
entry.
The data entry is completed.
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Data entry for cash
cards
** Cash card **
050 Create cards active
Credit:
)
)
⇒
0000.00
Enter the desired credit.
Press the button <<OK>> to accept the data
entry.
The display shows the next request:
** Cash card **
050 Create cards active
valid: xx.yy.zzzz
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⇒
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Enter the validity date.
Press the button <<OK>> to accept the data
entry.
The data entry is completed.
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Creating cards
After the data entry has been completed the display
shows in the first line:
** Please insert card **
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⇒
⇒
Insert the card into the card reader.
The card is drawn into the card reader and the
selected data will be transmitted together with
the station code onto the card.
During data transmission the display shows in
the first line:
** 1. writing card **
Up to three data transmissions will be executed. The
card will be returned after the third attempt has failed
and the display shows:
** Card writing error **
)
Repeat the procedure with another card.
The card will be rejected after successful data
transmission. The display shows:
** Please insert card **
You can now create further cards of the same type
by inserting these cards into the card reader and by
repeating the procedure as described above.
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)
⇒
Press the button <<Cancel>> when no further
cards should be created with the same data.
Press the button <<OK>> to create further
cards of the same type with other data (e.g.
another program).
The display shows:
** XXX-Card **
050 Create cards active
Request for action
)
)
)
Quit card creation
Proceed with the steps as described above.
Select another card type by using the buttons
<<¨>> and <<§>>.
Press the button <<OK>> to acknowledge the
selection.
⇒
The display shows the selected card type.
)
Press the button <<P>>.
⇒
The LED in the lower right corner is illuminated.
)
Press the button <<Cancel>>.
⇒
The display shows:
05> Create card
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Read cards
** Reading card **
050 Create cards active
)
Press the button <<OK>> to read the information stored on the card.
The display shows in the first line:
** Please insert card **
)
⇒
Insert the card into the card reader.
The card is drawn into the card reader and the
information stored on the card is subsequently
displayed.
The card is rejected after all information has been
displayed. The display shows:
** Please insert card **
You can now read further cards.
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Menu 06 Winter water
control
The menu „Winter water control“ may be used to select either fresh or process water during the 2. wash
stage for brush wetting.
Winter water control on: Fresh water
Winter water control off: Process water
)
Press the button <<¨>>.
⇒
The display shows:
Winter water control off
You may now change the condition, i.e. switch winter
water control on or off.
)
⇒
Press the button <<OK>> to change the condition, e.g. from off to on.
The display shows:
Winter water control on
)
⇒
Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu. The changes will be accepted.
The display shows:
06> Winter water control
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Menu 10 Display list
Errors and special events in the wash system are
stored in an event list (max. 128 events). The menu
„Display list“ may be used to read off these events..
)
⇒
Press the button <<¨>> to enter the next
menu level.
The display shows:
001:09.07.10/12:15 P001-L255-S000-000000
POR-Q17-E087: Fuse tripped
)
)
Select the event by pressing the buttons
<<ª>> and <<©>>.
Press the button <<Cancel>> to return to the
start menu.
Explanation
Event number
Date and time
Wash program number
Cycle number
Step number
Total counter
___ ____________ ____ ____ ____ ______
011:09.07.10/12:15 P001-L255-S000-000000
POR-Q17-E087: Fuse tripped
Module
Part
Error number
Error message
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P001 = Wash program at which error occurred.
Meaning
000 = Program 1, 001 = Program 2, ...
255 = No program was running
L255 = Cycle at which error occurred.
001 = Portal cycle 1, ... 014 = Portal cycle 14
254 = Portal moved in home position, 255 = No cycle
(Portal idle)
S000 = Step at which error occurred.
Error message shows alternately type and cause of
error (see chapter 8).
Event number: 001 = last event, 128 = oldest event
Example
Event number 001
on 9.7.2010 at 12:15
in wash program 2
in cycle 7
in step 060
at counter reading = 1350
___ ____________ ____ ____ ____ ______
001:09.07.10/12:15 P001-L007-S060-001350
DB1-Q17-E004: End position not reached
at roof brush 1
part Q17
Error number 004
Error type:
End position not reached
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9.7. Multifunctional unit
9.7.1. Overview
The optional multifunctional unit will be installed together with the operating terminal CP1. The optional
multifunctional is used to start wash programs with
wash cards, with coins and tokens or with barcode
tickets. The multifunctional unit is installed together
with the operating terminal CP1 in a metal housing
which may be mounted to the wall or on a post.
1 = Card reader
2 = Coin machine
3 = Barcode reader
Fig. 9-10: Multifunctional unit
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9.7.2. Structure
The multifunctional unit is installed together with the
operating terminal CP1 in one cabinet. The card slot
(1) for the wash cards, the coin machine (2) and the
barcode reader (3) are located on the front side.
A lock for releasing multifunctional unit is located on
the right side.
The complete unit can be swiveled forward. Wash
cards which have not been returned as well as coins
and tokens are collected in a tray and can be removed.
For protection against vandalism the protective cover
can be turned upwards and locked.
The complete unit can be mounted to the wall or on a
post.
9.7.3. Commissioning
The multifunctional unit is started automatically when
the system is switched on at the main switch.
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9.7.4. Wash operation with card
The card reader can be operated with 3 different
types of card:
Single card
This reusable card can be used for a single wash
with the program of choice.
Multi card
The multi card can be used for several washes with
the same program.
Cash card
The cash card can be used to make any selection
from the range of wash programs on offer. After each
wash, the remaining credit is transferred onto the
card.
Single and multi cards can be reformatted as special
offer cards - for example if a wash is offered for a
more economical price on work days between 9 and
12.
These cards are only accepted at the set special offer times. With cash cards, only the special offer rate
is charged off the card during special offer times.
CAUTION
Cards may be damaged at strong heat.
Inform your customer that cards should never be
exposed to direct solar radiation.
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9.7.5. Start wash programs with cards
The car wash procedure depends on the operating
mode setting (see chapter 9.4. Start of wash programs).
)
Insert the card in the direction of the arrow
into the card slot when the display shows the
message:
Please insert card
The next steps vary according to the type of card:
Single card
⇒
⇒
The card is drawn in.
The wash program starts.
Multi card
⇒
⇒
⇒
The wash program is deducted from the card.
The card is returned.
The wash program starts.
The card is drawn in after the last wash.
Cash card
⇒
The unused balance on the card is displayed:
Balance XXX or balance too low
The balance XXX will be displayed either in local currency or in Euro depending on the currency setting.
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Afterwards the display shows:
Select program
)
)
Select a suitable program on the ten-number
keypad.
The display shows:
PX
X
YYY.YY
)
YYY.YY EUR
=
=
selected program
price of the program
Confirm your entry by pressing the <OK> key.
If the balance is too low: purchase a new card or
select a different program.
⇒
⇒
⇒
The wash program is deducted from your
card.
The card is returned.
The wash program starts.
Incorrect entry or different program required?
)
⇒
Press the button <<Cancel>> to delete the
entry
The card is returned.
You can also easily overwrite the entry, e.g. 05 for
program 5.
When the wash cycle has finished, the following
message appears on the display:
Drive out car
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9.7.6. Wash operation with slot machine
The slot machine may be operated with coins or tokens.
Coin operation
NOTICE
In coin operation mode you have to insert as many
coins as the wash program costs, e.g. € 6,- for wash
program 1 .
Place a price list besides the operating unit to
inform your customers about prices.
In the Euro zone 50 Cent, 1 € and 2 € coins are accepted. Please contact WashTec for other currencies.
NOTICE
The slot machine does not return any money
(even no change).
Therefore select even prices, e.g. 6 € instead of
5,90 €. The button below the slot is only used to
return jammed coins or foreign parts.
Token operation
By standard, the slot machine accepts two different
tokens.
To each token a wash program will be assigned by
WashTec, e.g. token 1 = Basic wash and token 2 =
Comfort wash.
The further procedure after inserting a coin or token
depends on the operating mode (see chapter 9.4).
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9.7.7. Wash operation with barcode reader
The barcode reader reads the barcode which is
printed on the ticket.
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Insert the ticket with the barcode upwards into
the barcode reader.
Fig. 9-11: Barcode reader
The further procedure depends on the operating
mode (see chapter 9.4).
NOTICE
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Please note: The barcode reader is only active
when the program selection at the operating terminal has been deactivated (s. menu 0361 in
chapter 9.6).
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9.7.8. Cleaning the card reader
By using soiled wash cards the plain rollers of the
card reader may be soiled. You can recognize a soiling when the wash cards are not smoothly drawn in.
In this case you have to clean the plain rollers.
Use therefore the WashTec cleaning set consisting
off a cleaning card and a cleaning liquid.
For cleaning proceed with the steps described below:
)
)
⇒
1
2
1 = Cleaning card
2 = Microfibre cloth
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Apply a few drops of the cleaning liquid to the
microfibre cloth (2).
Insert the cleaning card into the card slot of
the card reader.
The card reader attempts to read the card.
Because it is not a wash card the card is rejected. The display of the operating terminal
displays a message that the card is not readable.
Repeat the procedure 3-4 times.
Remove the cleaning card afterwards.
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10. Special equipment
This chapter is intended to help you familiarise yourself with the structure and function of various special
equipment with which your roll-over car wash system
may be fitted.
Check which special equipment is used in your wash
system and turn to the relevant sections to continue.
Please take special note of the maintenance instructions.
Fresh-water supply system…...……..
Under-body wash - turnable…….......
Under-body wash - sectionwise ........
Vehicle moving device.......................
Rolling shutter door control system…
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10.1. Fresh-water supply systems
Fresh-water supply systems ensure that your rollover car wash system is always supplied with an
adequate volume of water and the necessary water
pressure.
Structure
Fresh-water supply systems consist of a fresh-water
tank with level regulation and pumps with various
delivery capacities. Roll-over car wash systems with
70 bars high pressure are additionally equipped with
a 70 bars high pressure pump. Fresh-water supply
systems are installed outside the roll-over car wash
system.
Water tank:
Delivery capacity:
250 l Tank
1,5 kW-pump
5,5 kW- pump
11 kW- pump
1 = Water inlet
4 = Pump
6 = Pneumatic unit
Under-body wash
2 = Overflow 3 = Water tank
5 = water connection to roll-over car wash system
7 = water connection to under-body wash
1
8 m3/h at 4 bar
8 m3/h at 16 bar
4,5 m3/h at 70 bar
1
1
3
3
3
5
2
2
5
4
2
64
5
4
7
1,1 kW pump: fresh-water
without high pressure
5,5 kW pump: 16 bar
high pressure without
external under-body wash
5,5 kW pump: 16 bar
high pressure with
external under-body wash
Fig. 10-1: Fresh-water supply systems
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Operation
Work through the following steps when the water
tank has been emptied:
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)
⇒
Maintenance
Open the bleeder valve on the pump.
Fill the water tank with water.
Close the bleeder valve again.
The system is now ready for operation again.
Weekly
)
Check that the level regulation functions correctly.
Monthly
)
Check the dirt traps in the supply hoses and
clean the filter if necessary.
Every six months
We recommend an inspection and maintenance by
WashTec Service at six-monthly intervals.
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10.2. Under-body wash - turnable
The under-body wash device cleans the underside of
the vehicle and inside the wheel arches. It is realized
as under-floor version (integrated in the floor).
1
4
3
2
1
1=
2=
3=
4=
Spray pipes with nozzles (pivoted)
Cylinder
Water supply
Cover
Fig. 10.2: Under-body wash device - turnable
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Structure
The under-body wash device consists of a basic
frame, two spray pipes with nozzles, a cylinder for
rotating the spray pipes, the water supply and a
separate pneumatic device. The pneumatic device is
located at the water tank of the fresh-water supply
system. All elements are covered by removable
cover panels.
Function
The high pressure pump supplies the under-body
wash device with water. The spray pipes are pivoted
and are moved back and forth by the cylinder during
the wash cycle (position 1 and 2).
2
1
3
Position 1
Position 2
1 = Spray pipes 2 = nozzles 3 = cylinder
Fig. 10.3: Turning of the spray pipes
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Maintenance
Weekly
)
)
)
Remove the cover panels and rinse all the
mud and dirt out of the base frame with a
strong water jet.
Check the nozzle heads on the spray nozzles.
Clear clogged or soiled openings with a needle.
Empty the condensation container at the
maintenance unit (see Chapter 6 "Settings
and checking").
Monthly
)
)
Check the system of hoses for loose connections and leaks. Tighten loose connections. If
you find any leaks, please inform WashTec
Service.
Lubricate the swivel heads (1) of the swivel
device
1
Fig. 10.4: Lubrication points
Every six months
We recommend an inspection and maintenance by
WashTec Service at six-monthly intervals.
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10.3. Under-body wash – sectionwise
The under-body wash device cleans the underside of
the vehicle and inside the wheel arches.
Structure
It consists of the control system and a base frame
with flat-jet nozzles, which is fixed to the floor of the
car wash building. All components are covered, except for the nozzle pipe with removable plates.
Function
The high-pressure pump in the water supply system
supplies the under-body wash device with either
fresh or recycled water. The flat jet nozzles are activated in sequence.
Maintenance
Weekly
)
)
NOTICE
Remove the cover panels and rinse all the
mud and dirt out of the base frame with a
strong water jet.
Check the nozzle heads on the spray nozzles.
Clear clogged or soiled openings with a needle.
When you have dismantled the nozzles for cleaning, ensure when you re-mount the flat jet nozzles that they are positioned correctly: at 45 degrees to the direction of travel.
Monthly
)
Check the system of hoses for loose connections and leaks. Tighten loose connections. If
you find any leaks, please inform WashTec
Service.
Every six months
We recommend a twice-yearly inspection and maintenance by WashTec Service.
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10.4. Vehicle moving device
The vehicle moving device is installed in short car
wash buildings (hall length less than 8.3 metres) to
move the vehicle during the wash program.
Structure
NOTICE
The vehicle moving device consists of a double ramp
that travels on rails. Gratings are mounted in its
frame so that the dirty water can run off easily and
cleaning is simplified. There are wedges on the
ramps to assist with driving the car up the ramp,
which move with the system.
The vehicle moving device reduces the effective
washing height by 6 cm.
Function
The vehicle is parked in the usual way on the vehicle
moving device. The vehicle moving device is moved
during the wash cycle by a hydraulic cylinder.
Maintenance
Every six months
We recommend a twice-yearly inspection and maintenance by WashTec Service.
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10.5. Rolling shutter door control
Structure
Rolling shutter doors which are already fitted in the
building can be controlled conveniently with the rolling shutter door controls.
The rolling shutter doors are controlled by the controller of the wash system. The settings can be done
in the service program (see chapter 9.1.5 menu 033
door functions). In drive-through halls each door can
be individually set, e.g. entrance door =close before
drying and exit door = winter operation mode. In
halls with one door (entrance door = exit door) both
doors must be set to the same operation mode.
Operation modes
The rolling shutter door controller can be operated in
4 operation modes:
Off
The rolling shutter doors are not actuated. The doors
can only be operated with the buttons provided by
the door supplier.
Close before drying
⇒
Entrance and exit door close before the drying
procedure starts.
⇒
Entrance and exit door open after the drying
procedure is finished or with end of the wash
program.
⇒
Entrance and exit door close before start of
the wash program.
⇒
Entrance and exit door open with end of the
wash program.
Close before washing
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Winter operation mode
Entrance and exit door are closed in winter operation
mode.
Two procedures are possible:
Procedure 1
⇒
⇒
⇒
⇒
Procedure 2
⇒
⇒
⇒
⇒
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The entrance door opens with program start.
The entrance door is closed with start of a
wash program by pressing the start button.
Entrance and exit door open with the end of
the wash program (depending on the setting).
Entrance and exit door are closed when the
vehicle has left the wash building (depending
on the setting).
The entrance door opens when the "Door
open" button is pressed or when the induction
loops detect a vehicle in front of the car wash
building.
The entrance door is closed with start of a
wash program by inserting the wash card.
Entrance and exit door open with the end of
the wash program (depending on the setting).
Entrance and exit door are closed when the
vehicle has left the wash building (depending
on the setting).
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NOTICE
In case of emergency the doors can be opened
and closed as required with the pushbuttons
provided by the supplier of the rolling shutter
doors.
On single-button operation without an upper limit
switch, the rolling shutter door may get out of
synchronisation.
)
Press the button again once to restore the
correct rhythm.
The door cannot be opened with the "Door open"
button during the drying or washing cycle.
All doors are opened in case of an emergency
stop.
When the system is moved in its initial state all
doors are moved into their home position.
CAUTION
Please observe the valid national regulations for
automatically operated rolling shutter doors.
CAUTION
The doors must be inherently safe, i.e. the door
must recognize an obstruction by itself and must
stop if necessary.
WashTec does not take responsibility for damages caused by doors.
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11. Technical specifications
11.1. Dimensions
Machine depth
For all systems (Dimensions in mm)
1670
Width/height
H1
H2
H3
B1
B2
B4
L1
Size
Drive through height
Machine height
Building height
Max. vehicle width
Machine width
Building width (*)
Building length(*)
22
2250
3050
3100
24
2400
3200
3250
25
2500
3300
3350
26
27
2600 2700
3400 3500
3450 3550
2380
3460
3850
Min. 6950
28
2800
3600
3650
29
2900
3700
3750
(*) With special equipment
Weight
Size
Weight in kg
22
1700
24
1750
25
1775
26
1800
27
1825
28
1850
29
1890
Fig. 11-1: Dimensions
SoftCare Evo - Type SE10
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11.2. Technical Data
Wash capacity
up to 12 vehicles/hour (*)
(*) The wash capacity depends on the selected wash
program. The specified value is valid for the program
2x Washing + 2x Drying
Electrical data
SoftCare Pro
Electrical connection
Conductor cross-section
in mm²
Fusing
(slow at 400 VAC)
Power consumption
Power reserve without boiler
(maximum values in kW)
Power reserve with boiler
(maximum values in kW)
Electrical
protection class
Peripheral cabinet
Mechanical connection
data
Low-pressure water fitting
Water pressure
System
HP operating pressure
Air fitting
Air pressure
SoftCare Evo - Type SE10
400 VAC
5X6
5X10
5X16
35 A
50 A
63 A
16 kW
8.8
16 kW
16,5
16 kW
-
4,4
11,7
16,5
IP65 according to DIN EN
60529
IPX5D according to DIN
EN 60529
R 1“
Min. 4 bars, Max 16 bars
Recommendation:
approx. 4,5 bars
Max. 85 bars
R ¼“
6 - 8 bar (unoiled)
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Environmental data
Illumination in wash bay
Operating temperature
range
Allowed shut-down
temperature
Required temperature for
water and cleaning agents
+2°C to + 40° C
Min. + 2°C (without freeze
protection)
+5°C to + 55° C
Recommended illumination Min. 120 Lux
in wash bay
The consumption data depends on the configuration
of the system, the kind of water, the used chemical
agents and the selected program. The following
specifications can therefore only serve as a guideline
and are valid for a vehicle length of approx. 4,5 meters.
Wash and Drying
Pump capacity
Power consumption
(Wh/wash)
Recycled water (l/ wash)
Fresh water (l/ wash)
Compressed air (NI/ wash)
Shampoo (ml/ wash)
Drying aid (ml/ wash)
1,1 kW
Wash +
LP wheel
wash
203
Wash +
LP wheel
wash + drying
645
81
12
4
10-20
10-20
81
12
4
10-20
10-20
* LP wheel wash = Low-pressure wheel wash without sills wash
Pre-wash
Power consumption
(Wh/wash)
Fresh water (l/ wash)
Compressed air (NI/ wash)
Foam agent (ml/ wash)
SoftCare Evo - Type SE10
Foam
11
3
175
10-20
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High-pressure 16 bars
Under-body wash 16 bars
Pump capacity
Power consumption
(Wh/wash)
Recycled water (l/ wash)
High-pressure 40 bars
Pump capacity
Power consumption
(Wh/wash)
Recycled water (l/ wash)
High-pressure 70 bars
Pump capacity
Power consumption
(Wh/wash)
Recycled water (l/ wash)
Preservation
5,5 kW
Side- All-around
HP
HP
32-58 105-131
35
20-38 65-83
55
15 kW
SideHP
82
All-around
HP
140
20
30
11 kW
SideHP
61-116
All-around
HP
202-257
20-38
70-88
Cold/
hot
wax
11-311
Foam
wax
Power consumption
(Wh/wash)
Fresh water (l/ wash)
5
Compressed air (NI/ wash) 0
Wax agent (ml/ wash)
10-20
Sound pressure level
Sound pressure level
Drive-through hall
Standard wash
... Door open
... Door always closed
Dead-end hall
Standard wash
... Door open
... Door always closed
SoftCare Evo - Type SE10
UBW
11
3,5
175
10-20
LpA in dB(A) in a
distance of 10m
68,9
46,7
70,1
46,7
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12. Appendix
Contents
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SoftCare Evo - Type SE10
Damage registration
Checklist for maintenance and care work
Operating instruction for assembly and maintenance
Assembly instructions
Declaration of incorporation
Declaration of conformity
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Vehicle incident report
Enter your name and address
(1) GET THE DETAILS
(2) WHO WAS INVOLVED? Name, address and drivers lic.
no. of the customer
Damaged vehicle
Date and approx. time of Date of incident report
incident
Make
Type
Year
Mileage
Car License
(3) HOW DID THE INCIDENT HAPPEN?
DESCRIBE
(4) WHAT VEHICLE
DAMAGE OCCURED?
You can use the car
pictures. Indicate where
damage occurred and
describe
Previous damage? If
yes, what?
Other damage? (i.e.
buildings, etc.)
Witnesses? If yes, enter name and address
Signature of wash system operator
SoftCare Evo - Type SE10
Signature of customer
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Checklist for maintenance work
- Weekly -
Part/assembly
Work
Frame
)
Flat belts
)
Energy chains
)
System of hoses
)
Low-pressure water
distribution
Clean the suction
grids
)
)
SoftCare Evo - Type SE10
Check
Clean the entire frame of the rollover car wash system with commercially available detergents
Check the belts for signs of
wear.
Check the energy chains including
leads and cables of the roof brush
and the wheel washer for signs of
wear and breakage.
Check the system of hoses for
loose connections and leaks.
Tighten any loose connections.
Check the nozzle heads on the
spray nozzles and spray pipes.
Clear clogged or soiled openings
with a needle. Replace defect nozzles
Clean the suction grids of the dryer
blowers.
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Checklist for maintenance work
- Monthly -
Part/assembly
Work
Clean the
agent containers
)
)
)
Check the brushes
Track and
guide rollers
)
)
)
SoftCare Evo - Type SE10
Check
Rinse out the cleaning agent containers with water to remove any
thickened chemicals.
Fill each container with the correct
cleaning agent.
Bleed all air out of supply hoses.
Check the side, roof and wheel
washing brushes for wear.
Clean all the track and guide rollers.
Check all drive, track and guide
rollers for wear. In the event of
heavy wear, please inform
WashTec Service
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Checklist for maintenance work
- Every six months -
Part/assembly
Safety ring
switch
Work
)
)
Slide bearings
)
Check
Check the safety ring switch for
smooth operation.
Spray the guidance of the safety
ring switch with the WashTec special- grease-spray.
Spray all slide bearings with the
WashTec special-grease-spray
Use the WashTec special-grease-spray
with caution: do not spray into the
wash brushes.
Drives
)
SoftCare Evo - Type SE10
Ensure that all the drives are properly sealed. You can recognise
leaks by traces of oil on the housing.
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