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Manual
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Betriebsanleitung
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Mode d’emploi
CN40e
Animo
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface
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Introduction
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Safety instructions and danger warnings ...................................................................
Appliance and the environment .................................................................................
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1.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION .........................................................................................
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2.
TECHNICAL DETAILS ...............................................................................................
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3.
INSTALLATION ......................................................................................................
3.1
Placing the container ..................................................................................
3.2
Connecting to the electrical supply system .................................................
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4.
PREPARATION BEFORE USE .................................................................................
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5.
USE
5.1
5.2
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Brewing coffee ............................................................................................
Brewing tea .................................................................................................
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6.
MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................................
6.1
Cleaning ......................................................................................................
6.2
Cleaning daily .............................................................................................
6.3
Cleaning weekly ..........................................................................................
6.3.1
Cleaning the tap (Fig. 5) ...............................................................
6.3.2
Cleaning the gauge glass (Fig. 5) ................................................
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CONSUMER ARTICLES AND ACCESSORIES ........................................................
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© 2006 Animo®
All rights reserved.
No part of this document may be reproduced and/or publizised by means of printing, microfilm, electronic or any other means
whatsoever without the prior written permission of the manufacturer. This also applies to the accompanying drawings and/or diagrams.
Animo reserves the right to change parts at any time without giving prior or direct notification to the customer.
The content of this manual can also be changed without prior notification.
This manual covers the standard model of the appliance. Animo can therefore not be held liable for any losses arising from the fact that
the specifications of the appliance supplied to you deviate from the standard model. Please contact your supplier’s service department
for information concerning adjustment, maintenance or repairs not covered by this manual.
Although this manual was produced with the greatest possible care, the manufacturer is unable to accept liability for errors in this
document or their consequences.
You are advised to carefully read the instructions in this document: they contain important information about safety
when installing, using and maintaining the appliance. Keep this document in a safe place so that you can consult it
when necessary.
PREFACE
Purpose of this document
This document serves as a manual that enables qualified personnel to safely install and maintain the appliance.
All of the chapters and paragraphs are numbered. The various illustrations to which the text refers are given under
the particular subjects.
Icons and symbols
NOTICE
General instructions for: IMPORTANT, NOTE or REMARK.
CAUTION !
Warning of possible damage to the appliance, the surroundings or the environment.
WARNING
Warning of possible serious damage to the appliance or physical injury.
WARNING
Warning of electricity hazard.
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Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of one of our products. We hope that you will enjoy using it.
Models
This manual covers the following container:
CN40e
Purpose of the appliance
This appliance can only be used for keeping hot and/or cold beverages at the right temperature and for the
distribution of these beverages. The manufacturer cannot be held liable for losses caused by using the appliance
for purposes other than those indicated here or by incorrect use.
Service and technical support
Please contact your dealer for information not given in this document regarding specific adjustment,
maintenance and repairs. Before contacting your dealer you should note the following appliance details,
marked with a #. You will find these details on the type plate attached to your appliance.
A - Type #
B - Article number
Coffee- and teamakingsystems
#
C - Machine number #
D - Supply voltage
........................
........................ / ...........................
........................ V 50-60Hz ....................W
E - Frequency
F
- Output
MADE IN HOLLAND
Guarantee conditions
The guarantee conditions applicable to this appliance form an integral part of the general terms of delivery.
Directives
This appliance meets the requirements of the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and the Low Voltage Directive
72/23/EEC.
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Safety instructions and danger warnings
This appliance meets the mandatory safety regulations. Inexpert use can result in personal injury and material
damage. The following warnings and safety instructions must be observed before using the coffee maker.
Instructions for use
Read these instructions for use carefully, before using this appliance. This will protect your safety and prevent
damage being caused to the appliance. Perform the various actions in the order given. Always keep this manual
close by the appliance.
Installation
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Place the appliance at buffet height and on a firm, level base, in such a way that it can be connected
to the power supply (only CNe).
Position the appliance in such a way that no damage can be caused if it leaks.
Connect the appliance to an earthed wall socket (only CNe).
When installing the appliance, always observe the local rules and use approved materials and parts.
The Installation chapter must again be followed when repositioning the appliance.
Use
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Inspect the appliance before using it and check it for damage.
Never submerge or spray the appliance (only CNe).
During use some parts will become very hot.
Do not position the container on open fire, or hot plate.
First disconnect the electric cable before transporting the container (only CNe).
Maintenance and troubleshooting
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•
Do not leave the appliance unattended when maintenance is being performed.
Have all repairs carried out by a qualified technician.
The plug must be taken out of the socket if the appliance has to be opened for cleaning or repairs (only CNe).
The manufacturer cannot be held liable for losses caused as a result of failure to observe these safety
instructions.
Appliances and the environment
The packing material
Your new coffee maker has been carefully packaged to protect it against damage.
The packing is not harmful to the environment and consists of the following materials:
• Corrugated cardboard.
• Filler elements made of polyurethane foam <PUR> covered with a polythene film (>PE-HD<).
The waste processing plant in your municipality will be pleased to inform you where you can dispose
of the materials.
Discarding the appliance
No appliance lasts forever. When the time comes to discard your appliance it will usually be possible to return it
to your dealer. If this is not the case, ask your municipal council about the alternatives for recycling the materials.
All plastic parts have been given standard codes. The parts of the appliance such as the printed circuit board and
accompanying parts form electrical and electronic waste. The metal body is made of stainless steel and can be
completely dismantled.
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1.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Animo containers are characterised by their user convenience and smart design and finish. They are made of CrNi
18/9 stainless steel and seamlessly welded. This makes them very hygienic and also easy to clean. The container
is equipped as standard with an gauge glass, no-drip tap and an insulated lid for transportation. When preparing
coffee and tea, having the beverage at the right temperature is crucial. The electrically heated containers
guarantee optimum temperature control for coffee and/or tea, ensuring that the flavour remains good and fresh.
There is also little heat transfer; the container does not become hot on the outside.
Figure 1 indicates the main components:
A.
Insulated lid
B.
Blender / transport disk
C.
Handle
D.
Gauge glass
E.
Coffee tap with “Click-it” connection
F.
Pilot light
G.
Magnet (container detection ComBi-line)
H.
Electric cable
I.
Socket with splash protection
A
B
The container is supplied with the following accesories:
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Insulated lid
C
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Blender / transport disk
D
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Electric cable 1.5 m
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Gauge glass brush
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Sticker coffee/tea (4-languages)
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This Manual
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E
H
F
G
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2. TECHNICAL DETAILS
Electrical model
CN40e
Article number
51140
Electrical connection
1N~ 220-240V
Frequency
50-60 Cy
Power
140W
Weight empty
19 kg
Weight filled
63 kg
Weight = incl. lid/blender excl. filter.Transport afm. (lxbxh)
___x___x___ mm
___x___x___ mm
___x___x___ mm
20
35
General
44 litre
Tap outflow height
95 mm
Dimensions mm Ø
454 mm
Height incl. lid
561 mm
Height incl. filter
740 mm
Transport afm. (lxbxh)
Technical modifications reserved.
___x___x___ mm
15
95
Max. Capacity
20
525
40 litre (320 cups)
561
Capacity
30
Ø454
___x___x___ mm
___x___x___ mm
WARNING
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3.
Never submerge or spray the appliance.
Have all repairs carried out by a qualified technician.
Protect the controls against dirt and grease.
During use some parts will become very hot.
Do not position the container on open fire or on a hotplate.
First disconnect the electric cable before transporting the container.
It is advisable to take the plug out of the socket.
INSTALLATION
This appliance may only be positioned and connected by a qualified service engineer.
3.1
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3.2
Placing the container
Position the container on a counter which has a firm and even surface.
When the container is positioned on a serving trolley, the container must minial be fixed with
Animo locating lug or lock-ring.
Connecting to the electrical supply system
Supply voltages and frequencies can differ between countries. Check if the appliance is suitable for
connection to the local power mains. Check if the details on the type plate correspond.
Connect the appliance to an earthed wall socket.
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4.
PREPARATIONS BEFORE USE
The following actions should be carried out before a new appliance is used.
1.
2.
3.
Rinse the inner pot with a clean wet cloth.
Put the cable with inlet plug into the back of the container and insert the plug into the socket of
the flow water heater.
The container is now ready for use.
5. USE
5.1
Brewing coffee
A basket filter is needed to brew coffee in the container.
A flow water heater / water boiler is needed to brew coffee in the container.
Figure 2
A
B
A - Filter lid with water distributor
B - Basket filter paper
C
C - Stainless steel inlay
D - Basket filter
E - Blender
F - Container and lid
D
1.
2.
E
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
The inner pot of the container must always be clean.
To avoid temperature loss during the brewing process we recommend
you to pre-heat the container, by putting the cable into the socket (CNe),
filling the container with approx. 2 litres of hot water and switching the
container on for at least 10 minutes before the brew starts.
Place a basket filter paper into the combi-filter with the appropriate
amount of coffee (normal/medium ground). The coffee must be evenly
spread over the filter. Generally speaking you will need about 45-50
grams per litre.
Tap the water from the container.
Place the coffee blender into the container.
Place the filter lid on the filter, put the basket filter on the container and
position the swivel arm over the centre of the lid.
Select the required quantity and let the flow water heater (CB) start.
The brewing proces is starting, the blender in the container quarantees
a uniform quality of the coffee, which makes decanting the coffee (with
loss of time, temperature and aroma) unnecessary. The coffee is kept
at a temperature of 80°-85°C. The storage time of the coffee is
determined by the blend of coffee and is usually 1 to 1,5 hours.
After the coffee has been made and the filter has drained, the latter can
be removed and the lid can be placed on the container.
Rinse the basket filter after use.
F
Fig. 2
Attention! Always place the blender / transport disc and the lid when transporting the container
by hand or serving trolly. This prevents spilling from the container.
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5.2
Brewing tea
For the preparation of tea you can follow the same steps as the ones described for the coffee brewing process.
However, instead of using a coffee making unit, you should use a tea filter and disk (optional).
Figure 3
A - Filling pipe
B - Tea filter with disk
C - Container with lid
A
1.
2.
3.
B
4.
5.
6.
7.
Put the tea, loose or in bags, in the tea filter, approx. 6 grams per liter.
Insert the tea filter into the disk (fig. 3B) already placed in the container.
Place the filling pipe (fig. 3A) on the tea filter.
Then position the swivel arm over the pipe.
Select the brewing quantity and start the brewing process.
Remove the pipe and the tea filter after the tea has been made.
ATTENTION: the filling pipe and filter are HOT!
After brewing put the insulated lid on the container to avoid loss of
temperature and taste.
Clean the tea filter immediately after use.
C
Tip:
The optimum extraction time is minimally 4 minutes and maximally
15 minutes. After more than 15 minutes the flavor of the tea deteriorates.
Fig. 3
WARNING
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6.
6.1
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Do not leave the appliance unattended when maintenance is being
performed.
Never submerge or spray the appliance.
The plug must be taken out of the socket if the appliance has to be
opened for cleaning or repairs.
Always follow the manufacturer instructions when using the scale
remover.
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning
The outside of the container can be cleaned with a wet cloth, then
wiped dry. Never use any abrasives, as these can cause scratches
and dull spots.
Always take the connection lead out of the multiple socket during
cleaning and maintenance activities and close it off with the splash
protector (fig. 4B). An opened splash protector (fig. 4A) protects
the socket connection from moisture running in from above.
A closed splash protector protects the multiple socket from dirt and
moisture.
Attention! Do not place the container type CNe (electrical
execution) in the dish washer or sink.
Do not leave the filter and the blender on a container
which is not in use. Place the lid obiliquely on the
container, otherwise a stale taste may be the result.
Always leave some clean water (2 cups) in the container.
This stops the washers from drying out.
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6.2 Cleaning daily
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Rinse the inner pot of the container after use with hot water, or use if necessary Animo coffee fur remover.
Empty the container with the no-drip tap.
The filter, water distributor lid, blender and drip tray can be washed normally and rinsed clean.
The filter and water distributor lid are allowed to be cleaned in the dishwasher.
Despite daily cleaning coffee deposits can still remain in the inner pot and the gauge glass,
see chapter 6.3.
6.3 Cleaning weekly
For the removal of the remaining coffee fur, we recommend you to use
the Animo coffee fur remover (sachets). These are easy to use.
Removal of coffee deposits from the inner pot.
1.
Fill half of the container with warm water and dissolve a sachet of coffee fur remover in it.
2.
Let the solution work for 15 to 30 minutes, then empty the container.
3.
Rinse the container thoroughly with hot water a few times.
Removal of coffee deposits from the other parts.
1.
Take a bowl filled with abt. 5 liters warm water and dissolve the coffee fur remover solvent from the
sachet in it.
2.
Put the parts that need to be cleaned in the bowl and soak them for 15 to 30 minutes.
3.
Rinse several times with warm water. Repeat treatment if the result is insufficient.
4.
Scatter coffee fur remover on very filthy spots and clean with a wet brush.
6.3.1
1.
2.
3.
4.
Cleaning the tap (Fig. 5)
Unscrew the top of the tap by turning it to the left.
Pull the silicon sealer vertically away from the screw top.
Put the parts to be cleaned in the solution and let it work for 15 to 30
minutes.
Then rinse off several times with warm water and put back together in
reverse order, repeat if the results are insufficient.
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B
C
D
WARNING
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A
Risk of burning! Empty the container before you remove the gauge
glass for cleaning.
Always treat the gauge glass with the necessary caution. Take out the
glass with the help of a dry cloth and hold the gauge glass firmly with
the cloth as you clean it with the gauge glass brush.
E
F
6.3.2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Cleaning the gauge glass (Fig. 5)
Empty the container, remove the filter and the coffee blender.
Take the alumminium protector (fig. 5B) off by pulling it vertically up
from the gauge glass out of the holder (fig. 5C).
Take a dry cloth, and use it to pull the gauge glass carefully vertically
out the tap connection (fig. 5G)
Remove the seal (fig. 5F) from the gauge glass and clean the gauge
glass with the help of the supplied gauge glass brush (fig. 5E).
(careful fragile!)
Moisten the gauge glass end + seal and put the seal back in the glass.
Push the gauge glass (Seal downwards) into the tap connection (fig. 5G).
Place the aluminium protector (fig. 5B) vertically back again over the
gauge glass.
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figur 5
A - Protector cap
B - Aluminum proctector
C - Holder
D - Gauge glass
E - Gauge glass brush
F - Seal
G - Tap connection
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CONSUMER ARTICLES AND ACCESSORIES
See the list below for the consumer articles and accessories available for the appliance. You can order these parts
at your dealer, stating the details of the appliance given on the type plate, a description of the item, article number
and quantity.
Consumer articles and accessories
Description
Coffee fur remover
per box (100 sachets of 10 gram)
per can of 1Kg
per box (48 sachets of 50 gram)
per can of 1Kg
49009
00008
49007
00009
Combi filter
Container CN40e
95008
Coffee blender
Container CN40e
96006
Basket filter paper
280/635 - container CN40e
01131
Tea filter with disk
Container CN40e
57007
Filling pipe
Container CN40e
17004
S-swivelarm
With “Click it” connection for use on
no-drip tap ComBi-line.
99497
Scale remover
A
B
C
D
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Container tube
99499
Gauge glass brush
08094
A - Gauge glass 40 litre
B - Aluminum protector
C - Tulle
D - Seat cup
54189
54184
04279
04034
Cable + plug 1,5m
Cable + plug 0,6m
03072
03071
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Animo
Animo B.V. Headoffice
Dr. A.F. Philipsweg 47
P.O. Box 71
9400 AB Assen
The Netherlands
Tel. no. +31 (0)592 376376
Fax no. +31 (0)592 341751
E-mail: info@animo.nl
Internet: http://www.animo.nl
Accredited by
the Dutch Council
for Certification
Rev. 0 04/2006 Art.nr 09872
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