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user manual
Copyright
English
© 2017 Animo®
No part of this document may be reproduced and/or made public in print, microfilm, electronic media or
any other form without the manufacturer’s prior consent. This also applies to the corresponding
diagrams and/or charts.
Animo retains the right to alter parts at any given time without prior or immediate announcement to the
consumer. The content of this manual can also be changed without any prior warning. This manual is
valid for the standard model of the device. Animo can therefore not be held liable for possible damage
resulting from specifications deviating from the standard model for the device supplied to you.
This manual was created with the utmost care, but the manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any
mistakes in this document or their consequences.
This manual was originally written in English. All other languages in this document are a translation of
the English source text.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Copyright ................................................................................................................................... 2
1
Safety .......................................................................................................................................... 4
1.1 Important information ......................................................................................................... 4
1.2 Warning signs ..................................................................................................................... 4
1.3 Intended use ....................................................................................................................... 5
1.4 Modifications ...................................................................................................................... 5
1.5 Safety devices .................................................................................................................... 6
1.6 Safety precautions .............................................................................................................. 8
1.7 Users .................................................................................................................................. 9
1.8 Directives .......................................................................................................................... 10
1.9 Guarantee ........................................................................................................................ 10
1.10 Disposal ............................................................................................................................ 10
1.11 Further help and information ............................................................................................ 10
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Description ...............................................................................................................................
2.1 Overview ..........................................................................................................................
2.2 Working principle ..............................................................................................................
2.3 Specifications ...................................................................................................................
2.4 Display ..............................................................................................................................
2.5 Operator system configuration .........................................................................................
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Transport and Installation ......................................................................................................
3.1 Transport ..........................................................................................................................
3.2 Installation ........................................................................................................................
3.3 First-time use ....................................................................................................................
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Operation .................................................................................................................................
4.1 Preparation .......................................................................................................................
4.2 Prepare a container for coffee ..........................................................................................
4.3 Prepare a container for tea ...............................................................................................
4.4 Switch the machine on .....................................................................................................
4.5 Prepare the boiler system for use ....................................................................................
4.6 Select the brewing amount for coffee ...............................................................................
4.7 Select the brewing amount for tea ....................................................................................
4.8 Start the brewing process .................................................................................................
4.9 Complete the coffee brewing process ..............................................................................
4.10 Use the timer function ......................................................................................................
4.11 Complete the tea brewing process ...................................................................................
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Maintenance .............................................................................................................................
5.1 Cleaning and disinfecting detergents ...............................................................................
5.2 Cleaning ...........................................................................................................................
5.3 Descale the machine ........................................................................................................
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Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................................... 60
6.1 Error codes and problems ................................................................................................ 60
6.2 Temperature protection .................................................................................................... 61
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Safety
1.1
Important information
This user manual is intended to help you operate this machine safely and effectively. This manual gives
information about installation, operation and maintenance of the equipment. Make sure to read and
understand the manual before use.
It is your responsibility to operate this machine in accordance with all the safety instructions and
procedures in this manual, and with all other safety procedures in your workplace. It is the user's
responsibility to make sure that the machine is correctly installed, configured, commissioned, operated,
serviced and maintained and that such actions are only carried out by people who have been fully and
properly trained for those tasks. It is also the user's responsibility to make sure that the machine is only
used in full accordance with laws - and regulations, which have the force of law - in the jurisdiction in
which the machine is installed.
WARNING
Before attempting to use the machine, read, understand and know all the safety information in
this chapter. Pay particular attention to all warnings and cautions throughout this manual. If
you do not follow all the warnings and procedures in this manual, this could lead to serious
injury to yourself or others, including death.
WARNING
If there is any safety instruction or procedure that you do not understand, do not use the
machine. Contact your supervisor and arrange proper training on the use of the machine. Use
of the machine without understanding and following all the safety instructions and procedures
in this manual could lead to serious injury to yourself or others, including death.
WARNING
Do not use the machine until you have received adequate and proper training in its safe and
effective use. If you are unsure of your ability to use the machine safely and effectively, do not
do so. Never attempt to remove, modify, over-ride or frustrate any safety device on the
machine. Interfering with safety devices could lead to fatal or other serious personal injury.
Note
The A-weighted sound pressure level of the machine is below 70 dB.
1.2
Warning signs
Safety signs are attached to the machine to give safety information. All safety signs are repeated and
usually further explained in this manual.
1.2.1
Classification of safety signs
Safety signs are of the internationally accepted types and described below.
WARNING
Warning sign that identifies a hazard.
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1.2.2
Warning, caution and note
WARNING
‘Warning' identifies a hazard that could lead to personal injury, including death.
Caution
'Caution' identifies a hazard that could lead to damage to the machine, damage to other
equipment and/or environmental pollution.
Note
’Note' is used to highlight additional information.
1.3
Intended use
The machine makes coffee or tea. Any other or additional use will be considered to be not in conformity
with the intended use. The manufacturer cannot be held liable for any damages caused by use for any
other purposes than what is described above or by incorrect operation.
WARNING
Do not use products that do not comply with the applicable foodstuffs regulations.
Note
This machine may only be used for commercial settings. This is not a household appliance.
1.4
Modifications
WARNING
Do not attempt to make any modifications or alterations to the machine without the prior
express agreement of Animo. Unauthorised modifications or alterations to the machine could
lead to serious personal injury, including death.
WARNING
Do not attempt to change, remove or defeat the safety features.
WARNING
Do not attempt to apply changes that violate local, regional or national regulations.
WARNING
Make sure the main switch and operating button are freely accessible.
WARNING
Only connect the container(s) to the power socket(s) on the tower. Do not connect any other
appliance(s).
Animo is always willing to discuss improving the value of its machines to users by means of
modifications or alterations. Refer to 1.11.
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1.5
Safety devices
1.5.1
On/Off switch
A
The on/off switch (A) puts the machine in the on/off position. The machine can still be charged after the
machine is switched off. Unplug the machine to make sure that the machine is entirely uncharged.
WARNING
The on/off switch does not switch off all internal parts. Always disconnect the machine from
the electricity before opening it.
1.5.2
Stop button on the control panel
A
The stop button (A) stops the brewing process. The machine is still charged after the brewing process is
stopped. Unplug the machine to make sure that the machine is entirely uncharged.
WARNING
The stop button does not switch off all internal parts. Always disconnect the machine from the
electricity before opening it.
1.5.3
Swivel arm and container detection
The brewing process only starts if the swivel arm and container are in the correct position. During
operation, the brewing process automatically stops if the swivel arm or container is moved.
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1.5.4
Swivel arm protection for wall mounted CB and CB W models
The wall mounted CB and CB W models have an adjustable stop at the bottom of the swivel arm. The
stop prevents the starting of a brewing process when the swivel arm is not in the correct pre-set
position.
1.5.5
Boiler system steam outlet for CB W models
All CB W models have a steam outlet at the top of the tower. The steam outlet lets excess steam
escape escape from the boiler system. Do not touch the boiler steam outlet while the machine is
switched on. The boiler steam outlet is hot.
1.5.6
Temperature safety device in the continuous flow system
A temperature safety device in the continuous flow system turns off the heating element if the
temperature of the system is too high.
1.5.7
Temperature safety device in the boiler system
A temperature safety device in the boiler system turns off each the heating element if the temperature of
the system is too high.
1.5.8
Current overload switch
A current overload switch isolates the mains power supply to the machine if there is a current overload.
1.5.9
Display
A
The display (A) shows technical malfunctions with error codes. The display also provides additional
user information or warnings.
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1.6
Safety precautions
1.6.1
General safety precautions
• Make sure that the environment around the machine is dry, clean and lit sufficiently well.
• Only persons that have specific knowledge and practical experience with the machine, particularly
in regard to safety and hygiene, should be permitted into the service area where the beverage(s)
are prepared.
• Keep away from moving parts.
• Use Animo replacement parts only.
• Use Animo recommended products only.
1.6.2
During installation
• Observe local regulations and use approved materials and parts.
• Only install the machine in locations where it can be overseen by trained personnel.
• Do not place the machine in an area with temperatures below 0 °C.
• Do not place the machine in an area where a water jet could be used.
• The machine can be used outdoors if all the relevant safety conditions specified in section 1 of this
manual are met.
• Place the machine at work top height on a firm and flat surface.
• Plug the machine into a safety-grounded power outlet.
• Make sure the machine does not leak.
• Check if the details on the type plate correspond to the country.
• Always use the new hose-set that was supplied with the machine. Do not use old hose-sets or other
hose-sets.
1.6.3
During normal operation
• Inspect the machine for damage before use.
• Do not tilt the machine.
• Do not submerge or hose down the machine.
• Do not use sharp objects to operate the machine.
• Keep the operating controls free of dirt and grease.
• Do not heat the container with open fire or an external heating element or device.
• Unplug the machine before you move the container.
• Switch off the machine and unplug the water supply when the machine is not used for a longer
period of time.
1.6.4
During maintenance and repair
• Perform regular maintenance on the machine.
• Wear protective gloves and safety glasses when performing maintenance.
• Do not clean the machine using a water jet.
• Do not leave the machine during maintenance.
• Make sure that the repairs are performed by trained and authorised personnel only.
• Unplug the machine to perform maintenance regarding error messages.
• Descale the elements regularly or when alerted by the display.
WARNING
To entirely uncharge the machine, unplug the machine.
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1.6.5
Electrical connection
• An expert, competent electrician must attach the correct plug for your location for first-time use. The
connection must have an RCD of 30mA with all phases, including the zero point. The connection
must also be able to be easily disconnected (contact distance at least 3mm).
• The machine must be connected to a properly grounded power socket in accordance with
applicable national regulations.
• If the power cable is damaged or worn after use:
- If the machine has a separate, detachable power cable, replace the damaged power cable with
a new supply cable. Only use an Animo replacement part. Refer to 2.3.11
- If the machine has a fixed power cable, the damaged power cable must be replaced by Animo,
an official Animo service agent, or a similarly qualified person.
WARNING
To entirely uncharge the machine, unplug the machine.
1.7
Users
1.7.1
Personnel qualifications
• The machine is designed only for personnel being 8 years or older. Consider the respective national
regulations for occupational safety and health.
• The machine must not be operated by children or persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless:
- they are under supervision, or
- they have been instructed how to use the machine in a safe way, and they understand the
hazards involved.
• Children must not play with the machine.
• Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
• Only personnel who have been given permission are allowed to work with the machine.
• All personnel must only carry out the work they have been trained to perform. This applies to both
maintenance work and the normal machine operation.
• All personnel working with the machine must have free access to the applicable manuals.
• The operators must be familiar with all situations that may occur so that they can act rapidly and
effectively in the event of emergencies.
1.7.2
Personal and food hygiene
The machine processes drinks for human consumption. So the highest standards of hygiene are to be
maintained within the process area.
Caution
As an operator, you should have received training in personal and food hygiene from your
employer(s). If you have not, do not use the machine or enter the process area. Arrange
training with your supervisor or training manager. Working in the process area without a good
understanding of hygiene can lead to contamination of drinks.
•
•
•
Wash your hands thoroughly before entering the process area.
Remove your watch and any loose jewellery before entering the process area.
Make sure that the machine is cleaned regularly.
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1.8
Directives
This machine meets the following EC directives:
EMC directive: 2014/30/EC
Low voltage directive: 2014/35/EC
Machinery directive: 2006/42/EC
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1.9
RoHS directive: 2011/65/EC
WEEE directive: 2012/19/EC
Food contact directive: 1935/2004/EC
Guarantee
The guarantee provisions that apply to this machine are part of the general terms of delivery.
1.10
Disposal
The use and maintenance of the machine includes no environmental dangers. Most parts can be
disposed in the regular way.
Note
Ensure compliance with local legislation, regulations, instructions and precautions concerning
health, safety and environment.
1.11
Further help and information
Animo is committed to provide the highest level of support to users and operators of its products.
Contact the dealer for information regarding settings, maintenance and repair work, which is not
included in this document.
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Description
2.1
Overview
2.1.1
Models
The illustrations in this manual typically show a CB 2x_W model. Disregard the illustrations, the
descriptions, and the instructions that do not relate to your model.
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B:
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F:
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A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Model CB 1x_L
Model CB
Model CB 1x_R
Model CB 2x_
Model CB 1x_W L
Model CB W
Model CB 1x_W R
Model CB 2x_W
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Front
A
J
B
C
I
D
E
F
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G
H
Swivel arm
Control panel (refer to 2.1.4)
Base plate (only on models with a ’1x’ or ’2x’ designation in the model name)
Drip tray with grid
Tower
Hot water tap (only on models with a ’W’ designation in the model name)
On / Off switch
Socket for container heating
Container (refer to 2.1.5)
Descale filling openings
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Back
A
B
C
D
E
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E:
Descale filling opening for the continuous flow heater system
Descale filling opening for the boiler system
Covers of the temperature protection buttons
Mains water supply hose
Socket with splash protection (only on a container CNe model)
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2.1.4
Control panel
A1
A2
B
A3
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B:
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D:
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H:
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A4
C
F
D
G
E
H
(A1, A2, A3, A4) Selection buttons. Also use A2 to go to the operator menu. Refer to section 2.5.1
Display
Stop process or Cancel selection button
Switch on/off hot water boiler
On / Off button to switch the power socket on for the container heating LHS
Confirm process or Start selection button
Timer program button
On / Off button to switch the power socket on for the container heating RHS
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Container assembly
L
A
B
C
H
D
I
E
F
G
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K
J
Water distributor lid
Basket filter
Insulated lid
Blender - transport disk
Integrated gauge glass
Tap
LED light
Filling pipe (brewing tea application)
Tea filter with disk (brewing tea application)
Handle
Container
Electrical socket with splash protector (CNe)
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2.2
Working principle
2.2.1
Continuous flow heater
A
B
The user selects a desired quantity of beverage on the control panel (A). The continuous flow heater (B)
inside the tower heats the corresponding quantity of water.
2.2.2
Swivel arm
A
The swivel arm (A) directs hot water from the continuous flow heater into the top of a distributor lid.
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2.2.3
Coffee blender and basket filter
A
B
The basket filter (A), a paper filter, and a pre-loaded coffee product receive the hot water. The filtered
coffee then flows through the coffee blender (B) into the container.
2.2.4
Tea filling pipe and filter unit
A
The tea filling pipe and filter unit (A) receive the hot water and combine it with a pre-loaded tea product
inside the container.
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2.2.5
Container
A
B
C
The container (A) keeps the hot beverage ready for consumption. The container has a tap (C) to serve
the beverage. The CNe model container has an electric element (B) to keep the beverage heated.
2.2.6
Base plate and electric sockets
B
A
A container must be correctly positioned on a base plate (A) for operation. The container model CNe is
connected to the electric sockets (B) with an electric cable.
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Hot water tap on tower
B
A
CB models with a ’W’ designation in the model name, have a hot water tap (A) to serve hot water from
an additional boiler (B) inside the tower.
2.3
Specifications
2.3.1
Model names and model numbers
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CB 5 (liter)
CB 10 (liter)
CB 20 (liter)
Type /
description
Model name /
Model number
Model name /
Model number
Model name /
Model number
CB 2x_
2 base plates
CB 2x5
1005390
CB 2x10
1005398
CB 2x20
1005406
CB 1x_ L
1 base plate on
the left hand side
CB 1x5L
1005392
CB 1x10L
1005400
CB 1x20L
1005408
CB 1x5R
CB 1x_ R
1005391
1 base plate on
the right hand side
CB 1x10R
1005399
CB 1x20R
1005407
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CB 5 (liter)
CB 10 (liter)
CB 20 (liter)
Type /
description
Model name /
Model number
Model name /
Model number
Model name /
Model number
CB
Wall mounted CB
CB 5
1005393
CB 10
1005401
CB 20
1005409
CB 2x5W
CB 2x_W
2 base plates with 1005394
a boiler and a hot
water tap
CB 2x10W
1005402
CB 2x20W
1005410
CB 1x5LW
CB 1x_WL
1005396
1 base plate on
the left hand side,
with a boiler and a
hot water tap
CB 1x10LW
1005404
CB 1x20LW
1005412
CB 1x5RW
1005395
CB 1x10RW
1005403
CB 1x20RW
1005411
CB W10
1005405
CB W20
1005413
CB 1x_WR
1 base plate on
the right hand
side, with a boiler
and a hot water
tap
CB W5
CB W
Wall mounted. Has 1005397
a boiler and a hot
water tap
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Model specfications
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Model
CB 5
CB 2x_ machine dimensions
CB 10
CB 20
815 x 470 x 700 mm 980 x 470 x 790 mm 1095 x 500 x 895 mm
CB 1x_L or R machine dimensions 505 x 470 x 700 mm 590 x 470 x 790 mm 645 x 500 x 895 mm
CB machine dimensions
235 x 380 x 725 mm 235 x 380 x 820 mm 235 x 380 x 920 mm
CB W machine dimensions
235 x 490 x 725 mm 235 x 490 x 820 mm 235 x 490 x 920 mm
CB 2x_ W machine dimensions
815 x 470 x 700 mm 980 x 470 x 790 mm 1095 x 500 x 895 mm
CB 1x_ W L or R machine
dimensions
505 x 470 x 700 mm 590 x 470 x 790 mm 645 x 500 x 895 mm
CB 2x_ weight: empty / full
45 / 56kg
59 / 80 kg
79 / 118 kg
CB 1x_L or R weight: empty / full
40 / 46 kg
51 / 62 kg
47 / 67 kg
CB weight: empty / full
12 / 12 kg
15 / 16 kg
23 / 24 kg
CB 2x_W weight: empty / full
(approx.)
49 / 65 kg
63 / 89 kg
83 / 116 kg
CB W 1 x_L or R weight: empty/full 44 / 54 kg
(approx.)
55 / 71 kg
71 / 84 kg
CB W weight: empty / full (approx.) 16 / 21 kg
19 / 25 kg
27 / 35 kg
2.3.3
Containers
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Model
CB 5
CB 10
CB 20
Containers with an electric element CN5e
CN10e
CN20e
Containers without an electric
element
CN5i
CN10i
CN20i
Contents
5 ltr
10 ltr
20 ltr
Contents Maximum
5.5 ltr
11 ltr
22 ltr
Electrical connection (only CNe
container models)
1N~ 220-240 V
1N~ 220-240 V
1N~ 220-240 V
Frequency (only CNe container
models)
50-60 Cy
50-60 Cy
50-60 Cy
Power (only CNE container
models)
50 W
100 W
100 W
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Electrical system
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Model
CB 5
CB 10
CB 20
Electrical connection
1N~ 220-240 V
3N~ 380-415
3N~ 380-415
Frequency
50-60 Cy
50-60 Cy
50-60 Cy
Power
3075 W
6075 W
9075 W
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CB W5
CB W10
CB W20
Electrical connection
1N~ 220-240 V
3N~ 380-415
3N~ 380-415
Frequency
50-60 Cy
50-60 Cy
50-60 Cy
Power
3375 W
6075 W
9075 W
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Model
CB 1x5_L/R
CB 1x10_L/R
CB 1x20_L/R
Electrical connection
1N~ 220-240 V
3N~ 380-415
3N~ 380-415
Frequency
50-60 Cy
50-60 Cy
50-60 Cy
Power
3125 W
6175 W
9175 W
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Model
CB 1x5_WL/R
CB 1x10_WL/R
CB 1x20_WL/R
Electrical connection
1N~ 220-240 V
3N~ 380-415
3N~ 380-415
Frequency
50-60 Cy
50-60 Cy
50-60 Cy
Power
3425 W
6175 W
9175 W
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CB 2x5_
CB 2x10_
CB 2x20_
Electrical connection
1N~ 220-240 V
3N~ 380-415
3N~ 380-415
Frequency
50-60 Cy
50-60 Cy
50-60 Cy
Power
3175 W
6275 W
9275 W
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CB 2x5_W
CB 2x10_W
CB 2x20_W
Electrical connection
1N~ 220-240 V
3N~ 380-415
3N~ 380-415
Frequency
50-60 Cy
50-60 Cy
50-60 Cy
Power
3475 W
6275 W
9275 W
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2.3.5
Mains power cable and wire types
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Cable type
Name
Wire description
3N~ 400 V (5 core cable) (A) Green / yellow - Earth (E)
A
B
C
D
E
(B) Blue - Neutral (N)
(C) Brown - Phase / Live (L1)
(D) Black - Live (L2)
(E) Black - Live (L3)
A
B
C
D
A
3N~ 230 V (4 core cable) (A) Green / yellow - Earth (E)
(B) Brown - Phase / Live (L1)
(C) Black - Live (L2)
(D) Black - Live (L3)
1N~ 230 V (3 core cable) (A) Green / yellow - Earth (E)
(B) Blue - Neutral (N)
B
(C) Brown - Phase / Live (L)
C
2.3.6
Capacities - coffee
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Tower
Item
CB 5
CB 10
Brew time (water dosing time)
approx. 10 min./5 ltr
approx. 10 min./10 ltr approx. 14 min./20 ltr
Hour capacity (water volume)
30 ltr
60 ltr
Buffer stock 2 x ..
10 ltr
20 ltr
40 ltr
Buffer stock 1 x L/R
5 ltr
10 ltr
20 ltr
Filter paper
Ø101/317
Ø152/457
Ø203/533
2.3.7
CB 20
90 ltr
Capacities - hot water for all models with a ’W’ designation in the model name
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Item
Specification
CB 5W
CB 10W
CB 20W
Boiler volume (approx.)
4.2 ltr
5.6 ltr
5.6 ltr
Buffer stock water (approx.)
2.6 ltr
4.1 ltr
4.1 ltr
Boiler heating time (approx. 15- 9 minutes
96 °C)
9 minutes
9 minutes
Recovery time after maximum
drain (aaprox.)
6 minutes
6 minutes
6 minutes
Boiler temperature (approx.)
90 °C
90 °C
90 °C
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Water system
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Water hardness
min. 5°dH (min. 9°fH, 0,9 mmol/l)
Water conductivity
greater than or equal to 15 µ Siemens/cm
Water connection
3/4" outer tread
Minimum water pressure
0,02 MPa (0,2 bar)
Maximum water pressure
1 MPa (10 bar)
Flow pressure
5 l. / min
Overflow connection
tube Ø 25 mm
2.3.9
Ambient conditions
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Temperature
0 °C < T < 40 °C
Relative humidity
80%
2.3.10
Type plate
A
D
B
XXXXXXXX
P/N
S/N
Water pressure
............
................
............MPA
...~.......V ..........Hz .........W
C
Made in The Netherlands
Dr. A.F. Philipsweg 47 • NL-9403 AD Assen • www.animo.eu
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F:
G:
E
F
G
Model number
Article number
Supply voltage [V]
Machine number
Water pressure [MPa]
Power [W]
Frequency [Hz]
2.3.11
Consumer articles and accessories
Order these items from your dealer.
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Item
Description
Coffee fur remover
Scale remover
EN
Item number
per box (100) sachets of 10 gm)
49009
per can of 1 kg
00008
per box (48 sachets of 50 gm)
49007
per can of 1 kg
00009
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Item
Description
Combi filter
Coffee blender
Basket filter paper
Tea filter with disk
Filling pipe
S-swivel arm
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Container CN5
1006095
Container CN10
1006096
Container CN20
1006097
Container CN5
56004
Container CN10
96001
Container CN20
56010
101/317 - container CN5
01115
152/457 - container CN10
01116
203/533 - container CN20
01117
Container CN5
57003
Container CN10
57005
Container CN20
57011
Container CN5
17018
Container CN10
17019
Container CN20
17020
With "Click" connection to use
with the drip-free ComBi-line tap
99497
Container tube
99499
Gauge glass brush
08094
Descale funnel
99740
Cable + plug 1.5 m
03072
Cable + plug 0.6 M
03071
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2.4
Display
2.4.1
Display layout
A
B
A: An option (A) can appear in each of the corners of the display. Each option matches 1 of the 4
selection buttons on the control panel.
B: The icons and text in the main area (B) of the display provide status information and prompts to
start, confirm, or cancel a process.
2.5
Operator system configuration
2.5.1
Operator menu navigation
Note
To access the Operator menu:
1. If the machine is switched to on, then switch the machine to off. Use the on/off switch.
Refer to the section 1.5.1
2. Switch the machine to on.
3. When you see the ’opening’ screen, tap the A2 selection button on the upper right-hand
side of the control panel. Refer to the section 2.1.4
Note
When you select Descale items 1.1.2 or 1.1.4, a QR code and website reference appears on
the display. Use the instructions on these pages to do the descale procedures.
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Main menu
Sub menu
Options
1.0.1 Day counter brew system
Show the brewed coffee per day
1.0 Counters
EN
1.0.2 Reset day counter brew system
No / Yes
1.0.3 Total counter brew system
Show the total brewed coffee
1.0.4 Reset total coffee
No / Yes
1.0.5 Day counter hot water
Show the amount of hot water
per day
1.0.6 Reset hot water / daty
No / Yes
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Sub menu
Options
1.0.7 Total counter hot water
Show the total amount of hot
water
1.0.8 Reset total hot water
No / Yes
1.1.1 Counter brew system
Counter brew system = 1000L [=
default]
1.1.2 Start descaling brew system
No / Yes. If Yes, use the QR
code and follow the prompts on
the display
1.1 Descale
1.1.3 Counter hot water
= 1000L [= default]
1.1.4 Start descaling hot water boiler
No / Yes. If Yes, use the QR
code and follow the prompts on
the display
1.2.1 Language
Nederlands
1.2 System settings
English [Default]
Deutsch
Francais
Suomi
Svenska
Norsk
Italiano
1.2.2 Time
hh:mm - use the selection
buttons
1.2.3 Date
dd:mm:yyyy - use the selection
buttons.
1.2.4 Sound signal
No / Yes
1.2.5 Tea and / or coffee
Coffee
Coffee + tea [Default]
Tea
1.2.6 Tea dosage [g/L]
To set the dosage in g/L: 0-100
(Step 1) [Default: 6]
1.2.7 Private label
1.2.7.1 Display backlight level in
%. [Default: 10]
1.2.7.2 Set display sleep timer in
seconds: 10-360 [Default: 120]
1.2.7.3 Remove logo No / Yes
1.2.7.4 Choose logo
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Main menu
Sub menu
Options
1.2.8 Energy save mode
1.2.8.1 Active - (No / Yes)
1.2.8.2 Set time to activate in
minutes: 15 - 240 [Default:15]
1.3 Brew settings
1.3.1 Water volume [mL]
Brew amount in mL
CB 5: 4800 - 5800 [Default:
5300 = required amount = 6%]
CB 10: 9800 - 11800 [Default:
10800 = required volume + 8%]
CB 20: 2000 - 24000 [Default:
22000 = required volume + 10%]
1.3.2 Unit
Liter (default)
Jug
Cup
Gallon
1.3.3 Cup volume [mL]
Set in mL: 100 - 500 [Default:
125]
1.3.4 Jug volume [mL]
Set in mL: 200 - 2500 [Default:
250]
1.3.5 Button A1
Set the brew amount in L
CB 5: 1.0 - 5.0 [Default: 1.0]
CB 10: 2.0 - 10.0 [Default: 2.5
CB 20: 4.0 - 20.0 [Default: 5.0]
CB 40: 8.0 - 40.0 [Default: 10.0]
1.3.6 Button A2
Set the brew amount in L
CB 5: 1.0 - 5.0 [Default: 3.0]
CB 10: 2.0 - 10.0 [Default: 5.0]
CB 20: 4.0 - 20.0 [Default: 10.0]
CB 40: 8.0 - 40.0 [Default: 20.0]
1.3.7 Button A3
Set the brew amount in L
CB 5: 1.0 - 5.0 [Default: 4.0]
CB 10: 2.0 - 10.0 [Default: 7.5]
CB 20: 4.0 - 20.0 [Default: 15.0]
CB 40: 8.0 - 40.0 [Default: 30.0]
1.3.8 Button A4
Set the brew amount in L
CB 5: 1.0 - 5.0 [Default: 5.0]
CB 10: 2.0 - 10.0 [Default: 10.0]
CB 20: 4.0 - 20.0 [Default: 20.0]
CB 40: 8.0 - 40.0 [Default: 40.0]
EN
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Main menu
Sub menu
Options
1.3.9 Auto container heating
No / Yes
If yes, the correct socket for
container heating will
automatically switch to on. You
must always manually switch
the socket to off.
1.3.10 Descale brew system [L]
Set the descale indicator in L: 0 10000 [Default: 1000]
1.3.11 Coffee dosing [g/L]
Set the in g/L: 0 - 100 [Default::
50]
1.3.12 Interval [%]
Set the duration of interruption
of the brew process in case of
fine coarsed coffee or very weak
water in % 50 - 100 [Default: 100
(no interruption)]
1.3.13 First charge vol. [m/L]
Set the first charge in mL
Activation of the interval 1.3.12
is set to 95% or below.
First charge volume is half of the
total brew process
1.3.14 Filter dripping time(s)
Set the filter dripping time in
seconds
CB 5: 0 - 900 [Default: 240]
CB 10: 0 - 900 [Default: 300]
CB 20: 0 - 900 [Default: 360]
1.3.15 Pre-wet (option to improve taste and
aroma)
Activate (No / Yes)
Set the water quantity in mL 50 550 [Default: 250]
Set the time in sec 5 - 600
[Default: 30]
1.4 Hot water settings
1.4.1 Unit of temperature
Fahrenheit / Celcius [=Default]
1.4.2 Temperature
Set the temperature in 60.0 97.0+. 97.0+ boils for 50 - 80
seconds (Dependent on model)
1.4.3 Descale boiler [L]
Set the descale indicator in L 0 10000 [Default: 1000]
Enter pincode
-
1.5 Load defaults
1.6 Pincode
Load [Default] settings No / Yes
1.7 Hard and software info
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Transport and Installation
3.1
Transport
3.1.1
Inspection after transport
• Check the machine for damage.
• Make sure that all the required consumer articles and accessories are present and in good order.
Refer to 3.2.1
3.1.2
Preparation for transport
Note
This procedure only prepares the machine for upright transportation to another local position.
Caution
•
•
Switch the machine off.
Disconnect the machine from the mains power outlet.
WARNING
Beware of burn injuries from hot fluids. Hot beverage(s) and water may come out from the
overflow hose, container(s) and the machine.
1
2
3
4
5
Disconnect the container(s) from the socket(s) and remove the cords.
Drain the container(s) and hot water tap of all contents.
Close the mains water supply tap.
Disconnect the mains water hose from the tap.
Disconnect the overflow hose.
3.2
Installation
Note
The machine can be used outdoors if all the relevant safety conditions set out by this manual
are met.
Caution
•
•
•
•
•
EN
Only install the machine in locations where it can be overseen by trained personnel.
Use a filter system with a water softener if the tap water has been chlorinated or is too
hard. This increases the quality of the drink and will ensure that you do not have to
descale the machine too often.
Do not place the machine in an area with temperatures below 0 °C.
The tap that is used to connect the hose of the machine to the mains water supply must
be aerated.
Only use the hose-set that was supplied with the machine.
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Package contents
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Cartons and
accessories
Contents
Model carton
Models
CB 1x_L (or) R
CB 1x_WL (or) R
Models
CB 2x_
CB 2x_W
Models
CB
CB W
1
2
1
4
8
-
1
2
1
Machine (tower and base
plate)
Swivel arm
Drip tray
Centering pads
Basket filter carton
Synthetic filter
Water distributor lid
Basket filter papers
(approximately 25 pieces)
Container carton
1
2
1
Container CNe
1
2
-
Container CNi
-
-
-
Mains water connection
hose
1
1
1
Descaling funnel
Insulated lid
Blender / transport disk
Gauge glass brush
Label sheet: coffee / tea /
hot water / blank
Mains power cable (1.5
meter)
Accessories
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Coffee fur remover sachet 1
1
1
Scale remover sachet
1
1
1
User manual
1
1
1
Container power cables
1
2
0
Wall bracket
0
0
1
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3.2.2
Unpacking
Caution
•
1
2
3
4
5
6
Unpack the components and accessories.
Make sure you have a complete set of undamaged components and accessories.
Make sure the tower and base plate are securely attached.
Contact your dealer if any items are damaged or missing.
Contact a qualified electrician to connect a plug to the power cable. Refer to 1.6.5.
Contact a service engineer to do the first-time installation and all the required connections.
3.2.3
1
Be gentle to avoid damage. Take care not to mishandle the equipment and accessories,
or cut through them with a sharp object.
Remove the protection plate from ’W’ models
Remove the protection plate (A).
A
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3.2.4
Installation of wall mounted CB and CB W models
Note
The installation of the wall mounted CB and CB W models requires the servery trolley that will
be used for the operation of the machine. The servery trolley is not supplied with the machine.
The servery trolley must be able to support the weight a container filled with the beverage.
Refer to 2.3.3 The servery trolley should have separate parking rails that can be installed onto
a wall.
Note
The installation of the wall mounted CB or a CB W model must be performed by a service
engineer. The installation must include these items:
• the attachment of the machine onto a wall, with the wall bracket.
• the attachment of a drip tray holder for a CB W model.
• the attachment of the parking rails for a servery trolley onto the wall. The parking rails
must assist in the correct placement of the servery trolley.
• the attachment of position studs onto the trolley for a container.
• the connection of the electricity, the water supply, and the overflow pipe.
Contact an Animo agent to order these accessories. Refer to the back cover of this manual.
Caution
The electrical connection must have an RCD of 30mA with all phases, including the zero
point. The connection must have an easy disconnection (contact distance at least 3 mm ).
3.2.5
Position the servery trolley for wall mounted CB and CB W models
Caution
•
1
2
The swivel arm should always be at a slight downward angle when in position over the
distributor lid on a container that is on the servery trolley.
Position the servery trolley so that a distributor lid on a
container is slightly below, and directly under, the outlet of the
swivel arm. Use the parking rails (A) on the wall get the correct
position.
Adjust the stop of the swivel arm for this position. Refer to
3.2.6
A
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Adjust the stop of the swivel arm of wall mounted CB and CB W models
WARNING
Adjust the stop of the swivel arm especially if the servery trolley will only be used on 1 side of
the machine. The stop of the swivel arm prevents the possiblity of starting a brewing process
when the swivel arm is not positioned over the position for the servery trolley.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Position the container so that the distributor lid is directly under the swivel arm. Use the servery
trolley. Refer to 3.2.5
Lift the swivel arm vertically out of the tower.
Loosen the relevant stop from the bottom of the swivel arm. Use an adjustable wrench.
Adjust the position of the relevant stop to match the position of the magnet.
Tighten the relevant stop. Use the adjustable wrench.
Put back the swivel arm into the tower.
Do a test to make sure the brewing process can only be started when the swivel arm is directly over
the distributor lid of the container. Refer to 4.8
If the stop of the swivel arm is not in the correct position repeat the steps 2 to 6.
3.2.7
Position a CB model that has base plates
Note
This procedure only relates to the temporary relocation of the machine as a portable buffet
unit. The first-time technical installation must be performed by a service engineer.
Caution
•
•
•
•
1
EN
Select a sturdy platform for the machine. Make sure the platform can support the weight
of the machine and the container(s) filled with the beverage(s). Refer to 2.3.2
Avoid damage to other items. Make sure the machine is positioned away from anything
that might be damaged by water leakage.
Choose a position where utilities are easily accessible. Make sure that a mains water
supply, a drain for the overflow hose, and a mains power outlet are all within 50 cm of the
position you select for the machine.
Choose a position where the descaling functions can be easily performed. Avoid positions
where items above and in front of the machine might obstruct access to the descaler filler
openings. Refer to 5.3
Put the machine on a firm, level surface.
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3.2.8
1
Attach the centering pads (A) to the base plate(s). Use the
screws.
3.2.9
1
2
3
Attach the centering pads
A
Water connection
Connect the mains water hose (A) to an aerated mains water
tap (B).
Open the tap and make sure there is no leakage.
If there is a leakage, contact a service engineer.
B
A
4
5
If necessary, connect the mains supply hose (A) to
a filter system (B).
Connect the filter system to a mains supply tap with a hose
(C).
C
B
A
3.2.10
Water drainage
1 Put the drainage hose into a sink or a drain.
2 Make sure that excess water will correctly drain down the hose.
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3.2.11
Install the drip tray
Note
For the wall mounted CB model or the CB W model use the side strips supplied with the
model to attach the drip tray to the wall bracket.
1
Put the drip tray (A) in front of the machine (B).
A
3.2.12
Electrical connection
WARNING
Avoid death, or serious injury, or damage to the machine. Do not use the mains power cable if
it is damaged. If the mains power cable is damaged, refer to 1.6.5.
1
Connect the power cable to the mains power outlet.
3.2.13
Install a container
Note
If you have a model with 2 base plates, do this procedure twice.
1
2
Check that the inside of the container is clean and dry.
Put the container (B) onto the centering pads on the base
plate (A).
B
A
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4
5
Put the coffee blender (A) into the container (B).
Put the basket filter (C) into the container.
Put the put the water distributor (D) onto the basket filter.
D
C
A
B
6
If you have a container with an electric element, connect the
power socket on the container (A) to the power socket on the
tower (C). Use the container power cable (B).
C B
A
WARNING
Avoid serious injury, or damage to the machine. Do not use the container power cable if it is
damaged. If the container power cable is damaged follow the safety precautions for damaged
mains power cables. Refer to 1.6.5.
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First-time use
Note
•
•
•
•
When you start the machine for the very first time, follow the automatic prompts on the
display to insert your system preferences, then flush the container(s), the continuous flow
heater system, and the boiler system. After this set-up process, the machine will
automatically switch to the normal operation state.
If the machine has not been used for a period longer than a week, do the procedure to
start the machine, then flush the continuous flow heater system, and flush the boiler
system. Refer to sections 3.3.1, 3.3.2, and 3.3.3.
Do not put a beverage product in the machine for any of these procedures.
While the swivel arm fills the container the text BREWING appears on the display. When
the process is complete the machine makes a single beep sound. The new text
DRIPPING appears on the display. The text remains on the screen while the water is
filtered through the filter unit. The end of the process is signalled by 3 short beep sounds.
Caution
Stop the process if at any time a fault or error becomes evident. Use the stop button on the
control panel. Contact a service engineer before you attempt to use the machine again.
3.3.1
Start the machine for the first time
Note
The default language of the system is English.
1
2
3
EN
Make sure that all the installation procedures have been done correctly. Refer to 3.2
Switch the machine ON. Refer to 4.4
If this is the first-time use of the machine, follow the prompts on the display for Step 1, then follow
the prompts for Step 2.
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3.3.2
Flush the continuous flow heater system
WARNING
Beware of burn injuries. Be careful to avoid splashes. Make sure the receptacle you use to
empty the hot water into has proper handles to protect your hands from the heat of the hot
water.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Make sure the machine is switched on (A).
Make sure a filter basket and distributor lid is in the correct
position on a base plate.
Make sure the swivel arm is in the correct position over the
distributor lid.
Tap the selection button (B) for the smallest amount of
coffee.
Tap the OK button (C).
Wait for the brewing and dripping processes to finish. This
will be signalled by 3 short beep sounds. (Refer to the note.)
B
A
C
7
Empty the container (A). Use the tap (B).
A
B
8
If you have a model that has another container, put the
swivel arm (A) over the distributor lid of the other container
and flush the flow heater system again.
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3.3.3
Flush the boiler system
Note
The boiler system automatically refills itself with water.
The on/off button of the hot water system blinks until the water is ready to serve.
WARNING
Beware of burn injuries. the hot water temperature in the boiler is set at 90°C. Make sure the
receptacle you use to empty the hot water into has proper handles to protect your hands from
the heat of the hot water.
1
2
3
EN
Turn the boiler system on. Tap the on/off button for the hot water system on the control panel. Refer
to 2.1.4
Wait for the on/off button to stop blinking.
Empty at least 2 liters of water from the boiler system into a jug. Use the tap on the front of the
tower.
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4.1
1
2
3
4
4.2
1
2
3
4
Operation
Preparation
If this is the first-time use of the machine, do the procedures for first-time use. Refer to 3.3
If the machine has not been used for a period longer than a week, do the procedures for first-time
use. Refer to 3.3
Make sure the machine and the accessories are in good condition. If the machine or accessories
are in poor condition, contact a service engineer.
Make sure that the inner pot of the container is clean. Refer to 5.2.6
Prepare a container for coffee
Put the coffee blender (C) into the container (B).
Put the basket filter (D) into the container.
Put the filter paper (E) into the basket filter.
Put a coffee label into the label holder (A) on the tap of the
container. Snap the holder open with your fingernail.
E
D
C
A
B
A
4.3
1
2
3
Prepare a container for tea
Put the tea filter (B) into the container.
Put the filling pipe (C) onto the tea filter.
Put a tea label into the label holder (A) on the tap of the
container. Snap the holder open with your fingernail.
C
B
A
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4.4
1
2
Switch the machine on
Use the On / off switch (A) to switch the machine on.
Make sure the display on the control panel (B) is on.
B
4.5
1
A
Prepare the boiler system for use
Turn the boiler system on. Tap the button for the hot water
system (A) on the control panel. Refer to 2.1.4
A
Note
•
•
•
EN
If the the hot water is not used for a period of time, the hot water system switches to the
Energy save mode. In the Energy save mode the hot water system cools down and the
On/off hot water button blinks. Tap the on/off hot water button to re-start the hot water
system
The coffee and tea brewing processes take priority over the hot water system. The hot
water system automatically pauses if a brewing is in progress.
For CB W models, a hot water label is supplied for the holder on the tap of the tower.
Snap the holder open with your fingernail.
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4.6
Select the brewing amount for coffee
Note
The display shows 4 preset brewing amounts. Each preset brewing amount shows a
recommended coffee dosage. This recommendation automatically changes if you modify the
preset brewing amount.
1
2
Select the coffee option on the display. Use the correct selection button on the control panel (A).
Select a brewing amount. Use 1 of the selection buttons on the control panel.
3
Take note of the recommended coffee dosage (A) for the
brewing amount you selected.
If desired, modify the brewing amount. Use the selection
buttons (B) on the control panel that correspond to the + (C)
or - (D) text on the display.
If you modify the brewing amount, take note of the new
coffee dosage recommendation.
4
5
B
+
C
A
-
D
B
6
7
Put the recommended coffee dosage (A) into the filter paper
inside the container. Spread the coffee evenly in the filter
paper.
Put the filter lid with water distributor (B) onto the basket
filter.
B
A
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4.7
1
2
3
4
5
Select the brewing amount for tea
Select the tea option on the display. Use the correct selection
button on the control panel.
Follow the same steps as those to select a brewing amount
for coffee (refer to 4.6).
Take note of the recommended tea dosage.
Put the recommended tea dosage (A) into the tea filter in the
container.
Put the filling pipe (B) onto the tea filter.
B
A
4.8
Start the brewing process
Note
This procedure applies for both brewing coffee or tea.
Caution
If the swivel arm or the container is moved out of the correct position during the brewing
process, the brewing process will automatically stop. An icon and text will appear on the
display of the control panel. The machine also makes 2 short beep sounds. To restart the
brewing process, put the swivel arm and / or the container back into the correct position(s),
and tap the OK button on the control panel. You must do this within 10 minutes, or the
brewing process you selected will be cancelled.
WARNING
Beware of burn injuries. Hot water will come out of the swivel arm when the brewing process
is started.
1
2
3
4
If you have a model with a base plate, make sure the
container (A) is in the correct position on the base plate (B).
If you have a CB or CB W model, make sure the servery
trolley and the container are in the correct position. Refer to
3.2.5
Put the swivel arm (C) in the correct position over the
distributor lid.
On the control panel, tap the OK button (D).
C
D
A
B
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Confirm that the container is empty. Tap the OK button.
Note
When you confirm that the container is empty the
brewing process will start.
• The power socket of the container will
automatically switch to On if the Auto Container
Heating option in the Operator menu is activated.
Refer to the section 2.5.1
• You must manually switch the power socket to On
if the option is not activated. Refer to the section
2.1.4
6
Look at the progress bar (A) on the display to see the
progress of the brew.
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Complete the coffee brewing process
Note
•
•
•
•
If you have a CB model with a second container, you can start a new brewing process
while the first container completes the brewing process. When the water supply stops
coming out of the swivel arm over the first container, put the swivel arm over the second
container and start the brewing process again.
The container heating begins when the brewing process starts.
In a container, the coffee is kept at an average temperature between 80 to 85°C.
The coffee can be stored in the container for between 1 to 1.5 hours before the flavor of
the coffee deteriorates.
Caution
Stop the container heater if the container is empty. To stop the heater, disconnect the power
cable from the sockets on tower, or use the control panel of the machine.
WARNING
• Beware of scalding injuries when you move the swivel arm.
• Beware of burn injuries from the contents of the filter basket. The contents of the filter
basket will be hot when you remove it from the container after the brewing process is
complete. Make sure you have a safe, watertight receptacle to dispose of the contents of
the filter basket.
• Beware of scalding injuries. Hot beverage is inside the container after the completion of
the brewing process. Hot beverage will come out of the tap if it is opened.
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2
3
Wait for the machine to make 1 short beep sound.
Do a check that the progress bar (A) on the display shows
that the brew is Dripping.
After approximately 5 minutes, wait for the machine to make
3 short beep sounds.
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5
6
7
8
Move the swivel arm (A) away from the container (B).
Take the water distributor (C) off the basket filter (D).
Take the basket filter off the container.
Put the insulated lid (E) onto the container.
Dispose of the filter and the contents of the filter, and clean
the filter basket. Refer to 5.2.7
C
A
E
D
B
9 Serve the coffee as required. Use the tap (A).
10 Drain the container of any remaining coffee after 1 to 1.5
hours. Use the tap.
11 If the container has an electric element, disconnect the
power cable from the sockets on the container and the tower.
12 Rinse the inner pot of the container before you start another
brewing process. Refer to 5.2.6
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4.10
Use the timer function
Note
You can use this function to brew coffee or tea and activate the hot water system.
The timer can be programmed a maximum of 6 days in advance.
The heating element in the container switches on automatically 5 minutes before the
programmed brewing time.
You cannot start a brewing processes while the timer program is set.
If you have a model with 2 base plates, you can set a timer program on 1 container, and still
use the heating element in the other container.
The timer program is active when there is a stopwatch icon at the top of the display.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Prepare a container to brew either coffee or tea. Refer to 4.2
and 4.3.
Tap the Timer button (A) on the control panel.
Select Container and/or Boiler, then tap OK.
Select the day, then tap OK.
Select the time, then tap OK.
Select the brewing amounts for either coffee or tea. Refer to
section 4.6 or 4.7.
Do the preparation to start the brewing process. Refer to
section 4.8.
A
Caution
Make sure the container and swivel arm remain in the correct position while the timer program
is active. If the container or swiverl arm are moved, the timer program will stop and a warning
appears on the display. Correct the position of the container and swivel arm to restart the
timer program. Refer to section 4.8
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4.11
Complete the tea brewing process
Caution
Do not leave the tea filter in the container for longer than 15 minutes after the completion of
the brewing process. If the tea filter is left in the container for too long, the flavor of the tea
deteriorates.
1
2
Follow the same steps as those to complete the coffee
brewing process. Refer to 4.9.
Take the filling pipe (A) and tea filter (B) out of the container
(C) at least 4 minutes after the Dripping process has
stopped.
A
B
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Maintenance
5.1
Cleaning and disinfecting detergents
Caution
•
•
Only use Animo cleaning products where specified.
Do not put the container type CNe into water.
WARNING
Avoid chemical burns and eye injuries. Use safety gloves and protective glasses when using
cleaning products.
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Use these products where specified
Remarks
Animo coffee fur remover
Refer to 2.3.11
Animo scale remover
Refer to 2.3.11
5.2
Cleaning
5.2.1
Daily cleaning
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Machine part
Dishwasher proof
See
Inner pot
No
5.2.6
Clean the basket filter
Yes
5.2.7
Clean the filter lid with water distributor
Yes
5.2.8
Clean the blender
No
5.2.9
Clean the drip tray
No
5.2.10
Clean the exterior
No
5.2.11
Machine part
Dishwasher proof
See
Remove coffee deposits from the inner pot
No
5.2.12
Remove coffee deposits from other parts
No
5.2.13
5.2.2
Weekly cleaning
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5.2.3
Descaling
Caution
Descale the machine as soon as possible after the descale indicator icon appears on the
display of the machine.
/i
Machine part
Schedule
See
Continuous flow heater system
When alerted by the machine
5.3.2
Boiler system
When alerted by the machine
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General cleaning instructions for the machine
Caution
Never submerge or spray the machine.
1
2
Clean the exterior of the machine with a soft cloth or sponge that is dampened with warm water and
detergent.
Dry and buff the machine with a soft dry cloth.
5.2.5
General cleaning instructions for the containers
Note
The container type CNi can be submersed in water.
Caution
Do not put the container type CNe in a dishwasher or sink.
Do not leave the lid on a container after cleaning. Position the lid ajar so that there is an air
flow into the container. The air flow avoids staleness in the container.
Leave approximately 2 cups of clean water in the container after cleaning. The water keeps
the rubber seals inside the container in good condition.
WARNING
Avoid hot water burns. Wear gloves and use a safe receptacle to clean, rinse and drain the
hot water into.
1
2
Disconnect the power cable from the container(s) when
cleaning the CNe container(s).
Close the splash protector (A).
A
5.2.6
Rinse the inner pot
1 Empty the contents of the container. Use the tap.
2 Remove all the accessories from the inside of the container.
3 Rinse the inner pot with hot water.
4 If required, remove beverage deposits from the inner pot. Refer to 5.2.12
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5.2.7
Clean the basket filter
Note
You can clean the basket filter in a dishwasher.
1
2
3
Wash the basket filter in warm water with detergent.
Rinse the basket filter in clean water.
Dry the basket filter with a soft cloth.
5.2.8
Clean the filter lid with water distributor
Note
You can clean the filter lid with water distributor in a dishwasher.
1
2
Wash the lid in warm water with detergent.
Rinse the lid in clean water and dry it.
5.2.9
Clean the blender
1 Wash the blender in warm water with detergent.
2 Rinse the blender in clean water and dry it.
5.2.10
Clean the drip tray
1 Wash the drip tray in warm water with detergent.
2 Rinse the drip tray in clean water and dry it.
5.2.11
Clean the exterior
Caution
Do not use abrasive cleaning products on the exterior of the machine or the container(s).
1
2
EN
Clean the exterior of the machine and the container(s) with a soft damp cloth.
Wipe the exterior of the machine and the container(s) dry.
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5.2.12
Remove beverage deposits from the inner pot
Note
This procedure also applies to the removal of tea stains.
A sachet of coffee fur remover is required for this procedure. Refer to 2.3.11
Caution
Do not immerse the container during this procedure.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Empty the container. Use the tap.
Remove the brewing accessories from the container.
Fill half the container with warm water.
Put a sachet of coffee fur remover into the water.
Stir the water with a spoon to disolve the remover.
Wait for approxiamately 15 to 30 minutes, then empty the container. Use the tap.
Rinse the inside of the container with clean hot water several times. Use the tap to empty the
container each time you rinse the container.
Wipe the inside of the container dry.
5.2.13
Remove beverage deposits from other parts
Note
This procedure also applies to the removal of tea stains.
Note
This procedure requires a bucket with at least a 5 liter capacity.
A sachet of coffee fur remover is required for this procedure. Refer to 2.3.11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
In the bucket, mix 5 liters of warm water with 1 sachet of the coffee fur remover.
Put the parts that need to be cleaned into the water.
Wait for approximately 15 to 30 minutes, then remove the parts from the receptacle.
Carefully discard the water.
Rinse the parts with clean hot water. Do this several times.
Repeat steps 1 to 5 if coffee deposits are still on the parts.
Wipe the parts dry.
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5.2.14
1
2
3
4
5
Clean the tap on a container
Make sure that the container is empty and that the power
cable is disconnected.
Unscrew the top of the tap (A). Turn the top of the tap anticlockwise.
Take the silicon sealer (B) from the top of the tap.
Do the procedure to remove beverage deposits from other
parts, to clean the top of the tap and the seal. Refer to 5.2.13
Put back the silicon sealer and the top of the tap onto the
container. Reverse the steps 3 and 2.
5.2.15
A
B
Clean the gauge glass
Note
You need these items to do this procedure.
• 1 gauge glass brush. Refer to 2.3.11
• 1 soft dry cloth.
WARNING
Handle the gauge glass carefully. The gauge glass is fragile. Use a dry cloth to hold the
gauge glass safely and avoid injury from broken glass in case the gauge glass breaks.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
EN
Make sure that the container is empty and that the power
cable is disconnected.
Remove the rubber stopper (A) from the top of the gauge
glass lid (B).
Remove the gauge glass lid. Pull the gauge glass lid up
vertically from the top of the protector profile (C).
Carefully remove the gauge glass (D) from the recess in the
protector profile. Pull the gauge glass vertically up and away
from the profile.
Carefully clean the gauge glass. Use the gauge glass brush.
Moisten both ends of the gauge glass.
Put back the moistened gauge glass into the protector
profile. Reverse step 4.
Put back the gauge glass lid and rubber. Reverse the steps 2
and 3.
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5.3
Descale the machine
5.3.1
Prepare to descale the continuous flow heater system
Note
You need at least 2 sachets (100 grams) of scale remover to do this procedure. Refer to
2.3.11
Note
You need these items to do this procedure.
• 2 liters of water at least 60°C in temperature.
• 2 measuring jugs. Each jug must have a capacity of at least 2 liters. The measuring jugs
must also fit in the space between the swivel arm and the base plate.
• 1 funnel. Refer to 3.2.1
• 1 spoon.
Caution
Descale the continuous flow heater system promptly after the alert appears on the display.
This will avoid repair costs and the annulment of the warranty.
WARNING
Avoid chemical burns and eye injuries. Use safety gloves, a plastic apron and protection
glasses when using the scale remover.
Read the warnings and directions on the sachet of the scale remover.
WARNING
Avoid scalding injuries. Hot water is used for the descaling procedure.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Flush the continuous flow heater system. Brew the smallest
quantity to heat up the system. Use only water. Refer to 3.3.2
Mix the water and the scale remover in a jug. Use the spoon
to stir the solution.
Remove the lid (A) from the descale filling opening on the
left-hand-side of the top of the tower (B). (1)
Put the funnel (C) into the opening. Push the funnel down
into the opening as far as possible. (2)
Remove the lid and basket filter from a container.
Position the swivel arm into the correct position over the
container.
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Descale the continuous flow heater system
WARNING
Avoid chemical contamination. All the equipment used for this procedure will be contaminated
with the scale remover solution. Make sure all the equipment, including the funnel and jugs,
the spoon and any other item or protective equipment that may have come in contact with the
scale remover solution is rinsed clean after this procedure. Be careful handling these items
until they are clean.
WARNING
The descaling program cannot be stopped after the descaling solution has been poured into
the machine. In case of emergency use the Stop button on the control panel. The program will
stop. However, the descaling program, including rinsing, must be completed before the
machine can be used again.
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4
5
6
7
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200
2200
2000
1800
1600
1400
1200
1000
800
600
2,2
2
Make sure you have done all the required preparations.
Refer to 5.3.1
Access the Operator menu, then navigate to and select the
correct descale program. Refer to 2.5.1.
Put an empty jug into the container.
Slowly pour the scale remover solution from the measuring
jug into the funnel.
Collect the solution in the jug as it comes out of the swivel
arm. (1)
Repeat steps 4 and 5 until the solution comes out of the
swivel arm without any foam. Each time, re-use the solution
you collect from the swivel arm (2).
Remove the funnel and put the cover back onto the descale
opening.
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1
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WARNING
Avoid chemical burns. Discard the used descaling solution safely down a drain or appropriate
receptacle.
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5.3.3
Rinse the continuous flow heater system
Note
Do this procedure immediately after you have descale the continuous flow heater system.
Refer to 5.3.2
Continue this procedure from the same descaling program you used to descale the flow
heater system.
At the completion of this procedure, the flow counter for the next descaling procedure
automatically resets.
WARNING
Avoid chemical contamination. Discard the flushed water used for this procedure safely down
a drain or appropriate receptacle.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Tap the OK button on the control panel to confirm that you are ready to rinse the continuous flow
heater system.
Put a basket filter and a distributor lid onto the container.
Tap the OK button again. 2 liters of hot water will move through the continuous flow heater system
and into the distributor lid of the container.
Listen for 3 beep sounds and watch the display for the signal that the rinse cycle has finished.
Empty the container. Use the tap.
Repeat steps 3, 4, and 5 twice more. The descale program will be complete after a total of 3 rinse
cycles.
Tap the Stop X button on the control panel twice to return to the main screen of the display. The
machine is ready for use.
5.3.4
Prepare to descale the boiler system
Note
You need at least 2 sachets of scale remover (100 grams) to do this procedure. Refer to
2.3.11
Note
You need these items to do this procedure.
• 1 liter of water at least 60°C in temperature.
• 1 measuring jug with a capacity of at least 2 liters.
• 1 large jug or a bucket.
• 1 funnel. Refer to 3.2.1
• 1 spoon.
Caution
Descale the boiler system promptly when alerted by the display. This will avoid repair costs
and the annulment of the warranty.
WARNING
Avoid chemical burns and eye injuries. Use safety gloves, a plastic apron and protection
glasses when using the scale remover.
Read the warnings and directions on the sachet of the scale remover.
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WARNING
Avoid scalding injuries. The hot water system must be completely drained several times
during the descaling procedures. The water is hot.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Mix the water with the scale remover in the jug. Use the
spoon to stir the solution.
Access the Operator menu on the display, then navigate to
and select the correct descaling program. Refer to 2.5.1
Tap the OK button on the control panel to start the empty
boiler cycle of the descaling program.
Completely empty the boiler sytem into a large jug or a
bucket. Use the tap of the boiler, and then use the end tap of
the drainage hose.
Tap the OK button. If the machine makes a double beep
sound, repeat step 5.
Remove the cover (A) from the descale filling opening on the
right-hand side of the top of the tower (B). (1)
Put the funnel (C) into the opening. Push the funnel down
into the opening as far as possible.(2)
5.3.5
C
2
A
1
B
Descale the boiler system
WARNING
The descaling program cannot be stopped after the descaling solution has been poured into
the machine. In case of emergency use the Stop button on the control panel. The program will
stop. However, the descaling program, including rinsing, must be completed before the
machine can be used again. Refer to 5.3.6
WARNING
Avoid chemical burns. Discard the used descaling solution safely down a drain or appropriate
receptacle.
1
2
3
4
5
EN
Make sure you have done all the required preparations. Refer to 5.3.4
Slowly pour all of the scale remover solution from the measuring jug into the funnel.
Remove the funnel and put the cover back onto the descaling filling opening.
Tap the OK button to confirm that scale remover solution is in the machine.
Wait approximately 5 minutes for the machine to make 3 beep sounds.
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5.3.6
Rinse the boiler system
Note
Do this procedure immediately after you descale the boiler system. Refer to 5.3.5
Continue this procedure from the same descaling program you used to descale the boiler
system.
At the completion of this procedure, the flow counter for the next descaling procedure
automatically resets.
WARNING
Avoid chemical contamination. All the equipment used to descale and rinse the boiler system
will be contaminated with the scale remover solution. Make sure all the equipment, including
the funnel and the jug, the spoon and any other item or protective equipment that may have
been splashed by the scale remover solution is rinsed clean after this procedure. Be careful
handling these items until they are clean.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Tap the OK button on the control panel to empty the boiler system.
Completely empty the scale remover solution from the boiler system into a large jug or a bucket.
Use the tap of the boiler, and then use the end tap of the drainage hose.
Tap the OK button to start the rinsing cycle. If the machine makes a double beep sound, repeat step
2.
Wait for the machine to make 3 beep sounds.
Repeat the steps 1 to 3 twice more. The descaling program will be complete after a total of 3 rinse
cycles.
Tap the Stop button X on the control panel twice to return to the main screen of the display. The
machine is ready for use.
If you want to use the boiler system, tap the hot water button on the control panel.
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Troubleshooting
6.1
Error codes and problems
Caution
All repairs to the electrical system must be done by a qualified service engineer.
Note
Contact your Animo representative if you cannot resolve the problem. See the back cover of
this user manual.
Problem
Possible cause
Correction
206, and machine does not
work.
Temperature protection is activated.
Reset the temperature protection. Refer to 6.2. Descale the
machine. Refer to 5.3
207 I, and machine does not
fill.
There is a problem with the
mains water supply.
Make sure the tap and the mains
water supply hose are correctly
installed. Refer to 3.2.9
207 II, and machine fills to
slowly.
There is a problem with the
mains water supply.
Make sure the tap and the mains
water supply hose are correctly
installed. Refer to 3.2.9
208, and water inlet does not
close properly.
There is a fault with the water
inlet valve.
Contact a service engineer.
209, -
There is an electrical fault.
Contact a service engineer.
210, and then changes to 208
The inlet valve is closed for
safety. Or, there is maximum
water in the machine.
Restore the water supply and
start the brewing process again.
Refer to 4.8
211, and water volume is not
correct.
There is a fault in the water level Contact a service engineer.
sensor.
201, and hot water temperature There is a fault in the water tem- Contact a service engineer.
is not correct.
perature sensor.
200, and hot water temperature There is a fault in the water tem- Contact a service engineer.
is not correct.
perature sensor.
202, and the boiler system
does not heat.
Temperature protection is activated.
202, and boiler system stays
on too long.
There is scaling in the boiler sys- Descale the machine Refer to 5.3
tem.
203, and the machine fills too
slowly.
The pressure of the water supply Check the hose connection. Turn
is too low.
the tap completely open. Turn the
machine off and then on again.
204, -
There is an electrical fault.
205, and then changes to 208
Check the hose connection. Turn
The inlet valve is closed for
safety. Or, the volume sensor has the tap completely open. Turn the
machine off and then on again.
not activated.
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Reset the temperature protection. Refer to 6.2. Descale the
machine Refer to 5.3
Contact a service engineer.
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Possible cause
Correction
205, -
The inlet valve is closed for
safety.
Contact a service engineer.
212, and faulty temperature
reading.
-
Contact a service engineer.
213, and faulty temperature
reading.
-
Contact a service engineer.
6.2
Temperature protection
Note
The temperature protection automatically activates when the temperature of either the
continuous flow heater system, or the boiler system overheats. When activated, the
temperture protection turns the machine off. The most common cause for the activation of the
temperature protection is scaling.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Wait for the machine cool down.
Remove the cover of the temperature protection button for
the system that overheated (A or B).
Reset the temperature protection. Use a screwdriver or
similar to press the button.
Put back the cover of the temperature protection button.
Switch the machine on. Refer to 4.4
Descale the system that activated the temperature
protection. Refer to 5.3
Contact a service engineer if the temperature protection
activates again.
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