manual for installation and maintenance

automation 4 espresso
GRUPO 1000 BARCELONA, S.L.U.
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MANUAL FOR INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE
Espressomat Coffee machine H-Series Galaxy
With 1, 2 or 3 groups for the preparation of coffee shots
Model H-Series Galaxy
INDEX
1- IMPORTANT WARNINGS
1.1.- Security advices
2- PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
2.1.- Product features
2.2.- Technical details
3- USER MANUAL
3.1.- Main components
3.2.- Preparation and start-up
3.3.- Preparation and coffee brewing
3.4.- Hot water spigot
3.5.- Steam wand
3.6.- Cleaning procedures
3.7.- Water softener (not included)
3.8.- Alarm signs
4- INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE TECHNICIAN
4.1.- Description of the internal components
4.2.- Positioning of the machine
4.3.- Connection to water net
4.4.- Connection to electrical net
4.5.- Security valve
4.6.- Vacuum valve
4.7.- Expansion valve
4.8.- Water level inside the boiler
4.9.- Internal insulation
5- PRODUCT CERTIFICATIONS
1- IMPORTANT WARNINGS
IMPORTANT:
Read carefully this instruction manual before you start-up the machine, as it contains important information
concerning the security of the installation, the use and the maintenance of the machine.
1.1.- Security advices
a) Keep this manual close from your working place, so you can take a look at it when necessary.
b) After unpacking the machine, verify all the accessories are there. Don’t let children have access to the
packing materials, such as cardboards, staples, etc. as they are compound of material that might damage
them.
c) Before you start the machine up verify that the electrical parameters indicated on the product label
correspond to those available in the local.
d) The installation of the machine must fulfill local security rules and must be carried out by a high qualified
technician, who at the same time must be authorized to do the job by the manufacturer.
e) The manufacturer will not accept any responsibility for personal and material damages or losses caused
by an incorrect installation of the machine.
f)
Security of the machine can be only proven if it has been properly connected to a ground point, always
done accordingly with effect local rules (see paragraph 4.3).
g) It is very important that these basic security measures are always verified by a high qualified technician.
h) The manufacturer will not accept any responsibility for the losses caused by a deficient ground point or for
the absence of it. The machine comes perfectly equipped with a proper ground, and all the ground points
are indicated in the device.
i)
Verify that the admissible intensity of the electrical installation is enough for the maximum power of the
machine, which is always indicated on the product label. In case of doubt, get in contact with a high
qualified technician to check if the cable section is enough for the intensity consumption of the machine
when working at its maximum power regime.
j)
The way the machine is connected to the electrical net is already set-up. Adaptors should not be used.
k) In case to use extension cords, these must fulfill local security rules, paying special attention to not
overtake its admissible maximum intensity.
l)
This machine must be used only for the purpose it was bought for, i.e. the preparation of coffee drinks, as
well as obtaining hot water and steam to heat up milk, shakes or cold water. Any other use must be
considered not appropriate and so could be dangerous. The manufacturer will not accept any responsibility
for possible personal and material damages or losses caused by an inappropriate use of the machine.
m) Noise level average is under 70 dB, so as this matter is concerned, the machine does not represent a
problem at all for end users. In the contrary, please get in touch with the technician or the manufacturer.
n) When using the machine, some fundamental security rules must be followed:
- Don’t touch the machine with wet wet or humid feet/ hands.
- Don’t use the machine in case you go barefooted.
- Don’t install the machine in places where the cleaning is ade using water streams/jets.
- Don’t pull the electrical cable when disconnecting the machine from the electrical installation.
- Don’t permit the machine to be exposed to climate agents such as rain, ice, sand, etc.
- Don’t expose the machine to extreme temperatures. It can work on the exterior (terraces, etc.) but the
maximum air temperature should not exceed the 50ºC (122ºF) and the minimum should not be lower
than 0ºC (32ºF). Don’t let temperatures lower than 0ºC (32ºF) be in touch with the machine without
emptying first the boiler and pipes of water.
- Don’t let any person use the machine if they have not read carefully the user’s manual before.
- Don’t let people who might have reduced physical, sensorial or mental capacities, or have no experience
with this kind of equipment, use the machine, except in case they have a guidance or supervision from
another person who is responsible or has the right knowledge about the machine and its security rules.
- Moreover, don’t let children under 8 years old use or manipulate the machine.
- Children over 8 years old, people with reduced physical, sensorial or mental capacities and those that
have no experience with this kind of equipment, will only be able to use the machine in case they have
received a proper training or have the supervision and guidance of a responsible person who has the right
knowledge about the machine and its security rules, so they can understand how dangerous a machine
can be for them.
- Moreover, children must be always supervised to make sure they don’t play with the machine or do any
job in relation to maintenance or cleaning procedures.
- Don’t remove the side panels of the machine to start any maintenance or service operation. Only high
qualified and authorized technician can remove the panels and do the job inside the machine.
o) Before any maintenance or service operation is carried out, make sure the machine is unplugged from the
electrical power using the main switchboard installed in your local.
p) For cleaning procedures, follow the instructions of this manual (see paragraph 3.6).
q) In case of anomaly or faulty functioning, contact with the authorized technician and unplug the machine
before any maintenance operation is being done.
r)
Repairs will be always made by the authorized technician or the manufacturer, using only original spare
parts. If these conditions are not fulfilled the machine can become dangerous. The connection to the
electrical power must be always carried out through a switch and according to local security rules.
s) The electrical cable of the machine must be always plugged to a switch that minimum has a 3mm gap
between its contactors.
t)
In order to not overheat the electrical cable, make sure the cable is totally extended.
u) The electrical cable can’t be repaired or changed by the end user. If this cable has been damaged, turn
off the machine and get immediately in contact with the authorized technician in order to solve the problem
and avoid any danger.
v) Unplug the machine from the electrical net when the device is not going to be used for a long perod of
time, usually more than 3 days.
To make sure the machine is working properly, it is totally indispensable to fulfill these instructions
provided by the manufacturer. In particular, it is important to check all what is related with security.
It is important to not use hands or other nude parts of the body to get in touch with the hot metallic parts
of the machine, such as the brewing groups, the water spigot and the steam arms because the hot water
and the steam can be very hot and hurt and burn your skin.
The metallic part of the brewing groups, steam wands, and water spigots is very hot when the machine is
working at its normal regime, so please be very careful with that. Steam wands must be always handled
by its burn protectors and the filter-holders by its black handle.
Make sure the cups are totally dry when placing them on the cup-warmer grill (top of the machine). This
will avoid water from getting inside the machine and will allow you the have warm cups much faster.
Only silverware and ceramic cups which are specific for this kind of machines can be placed on the cupwarmer. In case you have doubts, please contact with the seller. Warming any other object is therefore
considered not appropriate and dangerous.
1- PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
2.1.- Product features
Espresso machines all made in S/Steel
Removable side panels for service operations
Programmable touch pads with 6 Led buttons, for coffee and water dosage
Additional semiautomatic coffee buttons
Automatic water refill. And auto-steam in option
Electronic boiler level control
Steam and water wands in S/Steel
Lever faucets for steam
Built-in professional rotary pumps and motor
Big boiler made in S/Steel
Double probe systems, with heating element protection
Digital control with temperature probe
Two gauges for control of the pressure in pump and boilers
Water net connection and drainage
2.2.- Technical details
Number of group heads of the machines
Touchpads/Membranes
Capacity of the boilers
Power
Solid state relay
Boiler pressure
Pump pressure
Net water minimum pressure
Steam wands
Water spigots
1 group, 2 groups or 3 groups
1, 2 or 3, with 6 programable Led boutons
6L, 12 L or 18L
1.800W, 2.600W/4.000W or 3.700W/5.000W
35 A
100 kPa (1 Bar)
900 kPa (9 Bar)
300 kPa (3 Bar)
1 for 1 group and 2 for 2 & 3 group machines
1
Water net connection
Filter-holders / handles
Cleaning
Water drainage flexible tube
Water inlet pipe
Electrical plug
Water softener
Thread 3/8’’
1 for 1 Coffee and 1, 2 or 3 for 2 Coffees
Blind filter - with no holes
Included / To be connected by the technician
Included / To be connected by the technician
In option / To be connected by the technician
In option / To be connected by the technician
Dimensions
Weight
40 / 75 / 90 L x 53 D x 50 H (cm)
40 / 58 / 70 kg
3- USER MANUAL
3.1.- Main components: H-Series Galaxy
1) Steam faucet/tap
2) Hot water pulser (in current machines is on the touchpad)
3) Net/Pump pressure gauge
4) Touchpad for coffee dosage
5) Burn protector
6) Steam wand
7) Service tray
8) Insulating legs
9) Coffee filter-holder
10) Group head for coffee
11) Hot water spigot
12) Main switch
13) Multi-function display
14) Additional semiautomatic coffee buttons (red or black color)
3.2.- Preparation and start-up
This Espressomat Serie-H Galaxy Coffee machine can be manufactured in 1, 2 or 3 group heads, and can
be equipped with Basic, Standard or High gamma accessories. This is a professional, trustworthy, high
performance and efficiency machine.
Before the technician turns on a machine, he must make sure that the socket has a proper ground and
that the water inlet pipe and drainage tube have been properly installed. Moreover, the water key must be open to
let water in when the machine starts running. The minimum Net pressure is 300 kPa (3 Bar).
Make sure all these preparations and parameters are correct. After this is done, the machine can be
plugged to power (1 Phase, 110V or 220/230V depending your case and 50/60Hz) and turned on by the technician.
We can also supply 380Volt, and 2 Phases.
When turning on the machine, place the main switch to Position 1. This will permit the machine to start.
First thing the machine will do is checking the water level inside the boiler. As it is empty, the machine will start
filling the boiler. The Pos. 2 in the main switch makes same function as Pos.1. Pos.2 will turn on and off the Led
lights.
If for any reason the boiler does not finish the filling process during 2 minutes, the buttons on the touchpads will blink. If this happens, place the main switch in Pos.0 and start the process again. In order to help the
machine filling the boiler, we can open the faucets/taps and press a button on a touchpad to activate the group.
This will release possible air accumulated inside the system. Just to know that the machine comes with a electronic
level control, so each time the machine detects a lack of water inside the boiler, it will automatically activate the
motor-pump and the filling solenoid to refill the boiler.
The machine has been equipped with a double probe system. One probe is to protect the heating element
(Security probe) and the other probe is to control the water level inside the boiler (Level probe). First probe will
allow the machine to heat the water when it arrives to that minimum level inside the boiler, and the second probe
will limit the filling of the boiler, avoiding the boiler from exceeding its water level. Otherwise there would be not
enough room for the steam.
Being the boiler filled, the element will keep heating the water during aprox 15 minutes until the steam
pressure inside the boiler is 100 kPa (1 Bar), and the temperature of the water reaches aprox the 100ºC (212ºF).
Now it will be only the pressure-stat the one to run the machine. It will control when the element must turn
on and off to heat the water inside the boiler and generate enough steam pressure. So now the machine is ready
to start making coffees and getting hot water for tee or steam to froth the milk, shakes, etc.
Once on a while make sure all the parameters are correct: water net pressure must be minimum 300 kPa
(3 Bar), boiler pressure 100 kPa (1 Bar) and pump pressure 900 kPa (9 Bar).
If some of these parameters are not correct, please let the technician know so he can adjust them again.
Never open the machine and try to adjust or modify these parameters for yourself!!!
3.3.- Preparation and coffee brewing
When all is ready to work, we recommend to play with the machine. It means taking some water from the
groups by pushing on a touchpad button (or the push-button if the machine is semi automatic), as well as getting
out some steam and hot water. This will warm the group heads and the wands and so the machine will be ready
to make coffees.
When pressing a button from a touch pad, the corresponding green/blue Led will blink showing that the
brewing process is working properly.
The touchpad has 4 programable buttons for coffee (from left to right: 1 short coffee/espresso, 1 long
coffee/americano, 2 short coffees/espressos, 2 long coffees/americano) and a fifth button for a Continuous
Brewing (button with a “C” or “Star” on it). In case of automatic water, use the 6th button for that purpose.
The Continuous Brewing button has 2 main functions:
1- It allows the user to make a continuous brewing of coffee.
2- It permits the user to enter into the programming mode to control the dosages of each button.
In the first case, the buttons permits a continuous coffee extraction, i.e. it starts when pressing the button
and only stops when pressing again. It is very important to read the following warning.
IMPORTANT:
In case to use the “C” button (Continuous Brewing) to make coffee, make sure it does not keep activated too
long. In fact, 30 seconds are more than enough to make a long coffee (the so-called ‘americano’ coffee), so we
Strongly recommend to not use it more than 30 straight seconds.
In case we want to use the “C” button to make several long coffees (with a minimum of 30 seconds each), we
should not make more than 30 long coffees/hour, and then let the button rest a minimum of 2 - 5 minutes.
If the “C” button kept activated for a long period of time and with no control of the user, the machine would run out
of hot water in the group heads, would be disabled for some time to make coffee again and it would need some
time to get back into the proper functioning regime. In addition, letting the “C” button activated for long time would
cause severe damages to the machine.
These damages can always vary, but a lack of water coming from the net as a consequence of a wrong use of the
“C” button could overheat and damage the pump. And on the contrary, a never ending leak of water coming out
from the group heads with no control of the user could cause severe damages and losses to the local, either is a
possible flood or sparks as a result of possible contact between water and electricity.
So, just remember to use the “C” button under a strict control of the user.
Advice: It is always preferable to use the 4 provided programmable buttons to make coffee.
In the second case, the Continuous Brewing button permits the user to enter into the programming mode
to control the dosages of the 4 programmable buttons. To do this, we’ll need to press this button during 5 seconds
until the Led blinks. Now we’ll have 30 seconds to program the dosages. After 30 seconds the program exits the
menu, so we’ll need to enter again if we need to program additional buttons. The programming introduced in the
left touchpad will keep saved on the right touchpad buttons after we leave the programming mode.
In addition to the touchpads, this machine has 2 additional semiautomatic buttons for coffee
brewing. IMPORTANT: They should only be used in case the touchpad/s fail, and always try to have them in
Position “0” (zero, so deactivated) to avoid that when pressing any button on the touchpads, coffee will come
out from all the groups. To activate the semiautomatic buttons, put the white switch located behind the front
panel in Position “1”. After their use, put again the white switch in Position “0”.
Note: Read carefuly the instructions for the Display and its functions in next page.
Operations and display functions:
Functions of the touchpad buttons:
Button 1  Up (+)
Button 2  Down (-)
Button 3  We move across the Menu
Button 4
Button 5  OK and Menu selection
Button 6
1
2
3
4
5
6
Reset: This is the way to make a Reset to the board (restore Factory parameters)
1. Machine OFF (Main switch in Position 0).
2. Keep pressed the buttons 1 + 3 + 5 on the left touchpad.
3. Turn ON the machine (Position 1 or 2) and reléase the buttons.
4. Turn OFF and ON the machine using the main switch.
The main board has now been Reset.
Display functions:
The Display allows us to visualize at all times all the data and details of the machine. But it is important
to know that when the machine is ON, we can have the Display in ON Mode or in OFF Mode (that is,
the electronics ON or OFF) and depending on the case we can do some things or other:
Display in MODE ON: To put the Display in ON mode, press button 5 on the left keypad, and keeping
it pressed, press button 3. The electronics will be activated and ON will appear on the Display.
Display in MODE OFF: To put the Display in OFF Mode, it is necessary to do the same thing, that is,
press button 5 of the left keypad, and keeping it pressed, also press button 3. The electronics will be
deactivated and OFF will appear in the Display.
Main menus and functions:
1. Display in Mode ON: We will enter with the Display ON in the Dose Programming Menu, Clock,
Auto On / Off, Coffee Counters, etc.
2. Display en Mode OFF: We will use the Display OFF only to enter the Technical Programming
Menu.
3. Alarms. These are signs the Display shows when problems or defaults occur.
Important Note: At this point, and before entering the menus to program the machine,
or change the name on the display, set the time, etc. .. we must ensure that the control unit is adapted
to work with our machine, since there are machines with pressure switch and machines without
Prosostat.
Main boards are programmed at the factory with the option "Temperature" activated, that is to work
with machines that have a temperature probe. So, in case the machine has Pressure switch, we must
deactivate the "Temperature" option from the Technical Menu 2.5.13.
And in case the machine has temperature probe, you do not need to do anything.
1. Display in Mode “ON”
Having the machine turned ON and the Display in MODE ON, we can Dosage the coffee, and enter
the Dose Programming Menu, Clock, Auto On / Off, Coffee Counters, etc.
1.1. Coffee dosage: This option is elementary, and is that when we select a dose of coffee, we see it
indicated on the Display. And in case we have the timer activated, we will see the dosing time
indicated on the Display. The timer is activated / deactivated from the Technical Menu 2.5.3.
1.2. Preinfusion: Programmable from Technical Menu 2.5.10.
1.3. Groups cleaning: Press button 5 + button 1 of the same membrane to clean that group. It consists
of 5 cycles of 10 seconds. To cancel the cycle press any button.
1.4. Programming of the Coffee dosages: Press button 5 for 5 seconds until Led 5 flashes. Now we
will have 30 seconds for the dosage. We will only have 30 seconds to do it, and after this time, the
program automatically exits the dose programming mode. If buttons remain to be programmed, we
must enter again by pressing button 5 for 5 seconds until it flashes. The programming made in the
first group, automatically passes to the other groups once we exit the programming mode.
1.5. Steam Temperature: See Technical Menu (Settled in factory).
1.6. Clock programming: We press button 5 for 10 seconds until we see the word CLOCK in the
Display. We will see that Led 5 goes off. We are already in "Clock". We will make the changes of the
hour, minute and day of the week with buttons 1 and 2, and once done we will press button 5 to
confirm. And if we press button 5 again, we will go to the next sub-menu, which is the automatic on
and off of the machine.
1.7. Auto On/Off: With buttons 1 and 2 we select ON or OFF if we want the machine to turn on
automatically or not, and at what time we want it. We confirm the choice with button 5.
1.8. Lectura de consumos: From the CLOCK screen, we will press button 5 to display Counters. But
now we will press button 3 to move through the sub-menu to Liters, and here with button 5 we will
see total coffee, etc.
NOTE: If we need it, we can put the coffee counter to Zero proceeding in the following way: With the
ON display, we will press button 5 for 5 seconds until the Menu "Dose programming". Here we press
button 5 again to see CLOCK, and again to see COUNTERS. Now we will press button 3 to see
LITERS. And button 5 successively until the option "TOTAL COFFEES". Press buttons 3 and 4 at the
same time for 3 seconds and the value will be automatically reset.
2. Display in Mode “OFF”
Having the Display in OFF MODE we will enter the Technical Programming Menu.
Here we will see how to enter the Technical Menu of programming the general parameters of the
machine, and in turn we will see how to deactivate the option "Temperature" so that the control unit
works correctly in case the machine has Pressure switch (if it has a temperature probe this step should
not be done). NOTE: This should only be done by a qualified technician.
2.1. Press button 5 for 10 seconds in a row. The word LANGUAGE, IDIOMA, LINGUA, SPRACHE,
etc.will appear on the display. depending on the language that comes from the factory.
2.2. With button 1 we can go from language to language.
2.3. With the button 5 we will give the Ok to the language that we have selected. In this case Spanish
2.4.
If we continue pressing button 5 we will continue through the Menu and we will see all the other
options: NAME, LITERS, TE, PREINFUSION, etc. With buttons 1 and 2 we will put the letters that
we want in the name and with button 3 we will confirm the lyrics and we will spend space. Button
5 is to give the OK to the selection and go to the next Menu.
2.5.
Pressing successively button 5 we will pass through all these sub-menus (in bold we mark the
most relevant):
2.5.1. Assistence Tel.
2.5.2. Number of groups (Factory settled).
2.5.3. Chrono Function (use buttons 1 and 2 to actívate or disactivate and press button 5 to
confirm and pass to next sub-Menu.
2.5.4. Leds of the touchpads On or Off.
2.5.5. Type of touchpad (Factory settled).
2.5.6. FIlling + Coffee (Factory settled).
2.5.7. Continuous button (Factory settled).
2.5.8. The + Pump (Factory settled).
2.5.9. Steam wand Group (Factory settled).
2.5.10. Preinfusion (Factory settled, but can be changed using buttons 1 and 2).
2.5.11. Sensitivity (Factory settled).
2.5.12. Cycles made (Factory settled).
2.5.13. Temperature (Factory settled, but can be changed using buttons 1 and 2 to deactivate
this option "Temperature" in case the machine has Pressure switch). Press button 5 to
continue in the Menu.
2.5.14. Boiler temperature. (Factory settled, but can be changed using buttons 1 and 2).
2.5.15. PID Adjustment (Factory settled).
2.5.16. Time Out (Factory settled). Maximum water filling (load) time. The parameters are
modified with buttons 1 and 2, and then 5 to continue through the Menu.
2.5.17. Water softener (Factory settled).
2.5.18. Display Off. We get this ñpoint pressing again button 5.
And now we will turn off and turn on the machine again and we will have it ready to work. We will only
have to activate the Display again to have all the functions at our disposal. That is, it is only about
putting the Display in Mode ON (button 5 + button 3).
3. Alarms
3.1. Load Time Out: This alarm is displayed when the water load time in the boiler is exceeded. To
remove the alarm we must turn the machine off and on again. Check the water inlet of the network
or from the water purifier, as well as the load solenoid valve or the level probe, to verify that the
load is carried out normally.
3.2. Probe temperature: If the temperature is too high, this alarm will be displayed. The value given to
the temperature probe should be checked. To exit the alarm, we must turn the machine off and
on.
3.3. Interrupted probe: This alarm usually occurs if the temperature probe has a detection problem. In
this case, the electrical connection of the probe must be checked.
3.4. Volumetric counter: This alarm usually occurs if one of the volumetric counters is not detected, or
is stuck, has lime, or is badly connected, etc. In this case, the meters must be checked.
3.5. Change Filter / Reset Filter, etc: Alarm for changing the softener if the warning option has been
previously selected in case of change of water softener.
3.4.- Hot water spigot
Before getting hot water into a cup or a pitcher, it is always convenient to open/activate the hot water
faucet/tap for a couple of seconds. This will keep the spigot warm and will avoid the temperature of the water going
down when touching the s/steel wand.
3.5.- Steam wand
It is also convenient to get some steam during a couple of seconds, to release any possible water
condensation inside the wand and keep it also warm.
3.6.- Cleaning procedures
When finishing the daily work with the machine, remove the filter-holders from the group heads and
immerse them into water. This will help you to clean them. Moreover, get some steam through the steam wands
and clean any possible rest of milk with a wet cloth.
In addition, get some water from the group heads to clean the shower and avoid coffee rest to get stuck
there.
Then you can turn off the machine and open a steam faucet/tap to release steam from the boiler. Also the
service tray can now be removed and cleaned.
Finally, you can clean the front and sides of the machine using a wet cloth, and place the cleaned and dry
components in the right place. Like this, the machine will be ready to start next day.
3.7.- Water softener (not included)
Ask your technician about water softeners. It is always convenient to use a water softener to prevent future
problems. Scale/lime is always the worst enemy of the machines.
The softener extracts the scale from inlet water, avoiding the creation of lime deposits and encrustations,
i.e. many problems in the future. There is different types of softeners:
In case to use a salt softener, make sure you fill it with salt at due time or ask your technician to do so.
The regeneration is the process through which the softener comes back to its original state by the addition of salt.
The presence of salt inside the boiler and pipes as a consequence of the non regeneration nullify any granting of
warranty from the factory. (The softener is not included with the machine).
In case to use a cartridge softener, make sure you have the proper replacement ready when it needs to
be changed.
3.8.- Alarm signs
The machines are equipped with an alarm. It gets activated if one of the following situations occurs:
1- It takes too long to brew the coffee (possible causes: coffee too fine, too much pressure, etc).
2- It takes more than 2 minutes to fill the boiler.
When this happens, the touch pads blink and in case the boiler is filling, the filling process also stops…
…so, MAKE SURE THE ALARM IS QUITE, AND ENJOY YOUR MACHINE!
4- INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE TECHNICIAN
4.1.- Description of the internal components
Our qualified technicians know very well the machines and how they work. However, we have
prepared an in-person-course for all those that want to extend they knowledge about the machines, their
components, how to service, maintain and repair them in place, etc.
4.2.- Positioning of the machine
The machine must be placed in a place that permits the user to work comfortable, and which is dry
and flat. It is convenient that the surface inclination does not exceed the 2º. A bigger inclination could
cause imbalances on the machine, like different quantities of water coming out from the groups, etc.
4.3.- Connection to water net
As mentioned in paragraph 3.2- , the technician must install the water inlet pipe (metallic flexible
pipe) and the drainage tube (grey flexible tube) before the machine is turned on.
Moreover, it is important to verify that the water key is opened and the water pressure has a
minimum of 300 kPa (3 Bar), so that the machine works in a proper and comfortable way.
4.4.- Connection to electrical net
Again, as mentioned in paragraph 3.2-, the technician must install the machine to the electrical
power supply before the machine is turned on. In case the machine comes without plug (usually it comes
without it), the technician will need to install a plug or a multiple connector/strip on the electrical cable.
Moreover, it is important for the technician to verify that the local has a proper ground and connect
the machine only to a socket with ground available. The machine comes with a proper ground point and
three labels (see the sign below) indicate these ground points in the machine.
4.5.- Security valve
The machine has inside a boiler that permits it to have hot water and steam. This boiler has a
security valve installed on the top, which will release steam in case the pressure goes up (more than 1,8
Bar). This is the first security system of the machine, to avoid pressure inside the boiler going up.
4.6.- Vacuum valve
The vacuum valve is also installed on the top of the boiler. It permits the machine to get rid off the
vacuum effect that appears inside the boiler after the steam pressure goes down. Doing this way, the
suction of liquids by the boiler is eliminated when the machines starts-up again.
4.7.- Expansion valve
This expansion valve (expansion-retention) is the second security system in the machine. This
valve is placed under the service tray (see component 7, paragraph 3.1) and permits the machine to retain
the water inside the system (retention valve) and at the same time to release water in case the pressure
of the pump/system is higher than 1.500 kPa (10,5 Bar). This double security system makes the coffee
machines 100% safe for the end user. IMPORTANT: Under no circumstances must end users
manipulate this valve. Only a high qualified technician must have access to it!!!
4.8.- Water level inside the boiler
The level of water inside the boiler is automatically controlled by the machine. The end user does
not need to do anything regarding this matter. He will only see the green light ON when the level is OK
and the orange light ON when the machine is filling the boiler.
The red light indicates that the heating is working, so the water is being heated inside the boiler to get the
right pressure (100 kPa) to provide the user enough steam to froth the milk, etc.
4.9.- Internal insulation
The machine is equipped with double insulation on its internal wiring, to provide security to
technicians when operating or servicing the machine, as well as for end users, etc.
5- PRODUCT CERTIFICATIONS
Having gone through all the necessary tests (*) in the Electrical Test Lab SGS TECNOS, S.A.U., based
In Madrid (Spain), we certify that this product fulfills all the requirements in order to be commercialized.
(*) Test of electromagnetic compatibility of emission and immunity (EMC) as per the Directive
EMC 2004/108/CE, and test of security as per the Directive DBT 2006/95/CE.
Fulfillment of the following norms:
Emission: (norms 55014-1, 61000-3-2, 61000-3-3)
Inmunity: (norms 55014-2, 61000-4-2/4-4/4-5/4-6/4-11)
Security: Complete tests as per the norms 62233, 60335-2-75 and 60335-1
ETL USA and Canada requirements
IMPORTANT:
Any change and/or modification of this product, not previously specified or strictly approved by the manufacturer
GRUPO 1000 BARCELONA, S.L.U., can lead to the unfulfillment of the approvals and certifications
of this product.
Product marks:
Accordingly to the above described certifications, the product can be marked with the following signs:
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