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AL
Operator Manual
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WARNING
WARNING
Before installation
and commissioning,
you must read the
safety
instructions
Before
installation
and commisioning,
you
must
read the safety instructions and warnings
and warnings carefully and all the warning labels attached to the equipment.
carefully and all the warning labels attached to the equipment.
!!
IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT
WARNING
!
IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT
!
IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT
Failure to comply (even partially) with the instructions given in this manual
Before installation
and commissioning,
you must
read the
safety
instructions given in this manual will invalidate
Failure
to comply
(even
partially)
with
instructions
will invalidate
the product
warranty
and relieves
thethe
manufacturer
of any
and warnings carefully and all the warning labels attached to the equipment.
responsibility.
the
product warranty and relieves the manufacturer of any responsibility
Failure to comply (even partially) with the instructions given in this manual
the alteration
alteration of machine
operation, operation,
design or the replacement
of parts
The
of machine
design or
the not
replacement of parts not approved by
will invalidate the product warranty and relieves the manufacturer of any
approved by the manufacturer may void warranties and approvals.
the
manufacturer may void warranties and approvals.
responsibility.
the alteration
of machine
operation,
design
or the replacement
parts not
This
machine
is intended
for
commercial
use of
only.
approved by the manufacturer may void warranties and approvals.
CONTENTS
Safety Instructions.......................................................................................................................................................3
Installation.....................................................................................................................................................................4
Installation Diagram....................................................................................................................................................5
Operating Procedures................................................................................................................................................6
Troubleshooting...........................................................................................................................................................8
We have checked
that the contents of this document correspond to the model described. there may be
Wiring
Diagram.............................................................................................................................................................10
discrepancies nevertheless, and no guarantee can be given that they are completely identical. the information
contained in this document is reviewed regularly and any necessary changes will be included in the next edition. We
welcome suggestions for improvement.
Document subject to change without prior notice.
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m2 High performance passthrough Dishwasher - Operator Manual
Manufactured in New Zealand by Washtech Ltd.
414 Rosebank Road, Avondale, Auckland 1026.
PO BOX 90548, Auckland
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Safety Instructions
WARNING
!
!
!
Equipment
contains dangerous voltages and can be hazardous if installed or operated
WARNING
incorrectly.
Non-compliance
warnings
failure to follow the instructions
Before installation
and commissioning, youwith
must read
the safety or
instructions
and warnings carefully
all the warning
labels attached
to the
contained
in thisand
manual
can result
in loss
ofequipment.
life, severe personal injury or serious
damage to property.
IMPORTANT
Failure to comply (even partially) with the instructions given in this manual
Installation
will invalidate the product warranty and relieves the manufacturer of any
•responsibility.
Use qualified, skilled personnel
• Follow installation instructions
•IMPORTANT
Connect to correct voltage and supply current
•the Provide
accessible
electrical
Isolation
Switch
alteration offully
machine
operation, design
or the replacement
of parts
not & water supply valves
approved by the manufacturer may void warranties and approvals.
Training and Supervision
•
•
•
•
Read and understand the Operating instructions and train all staff
This appliance must not be operated by children or infirm persons
Machine panels must only be removed by suitably qualified and trained personnel
– internal hazards include live electrics and very hot surfaces
This appliance is not intended for use as a stepladder
Hot Surfaces
•
Some surfaces may be hot or very hot
Chemicals
• Commercial dishwashing detergents are hazardous – handle with care
• that
Read
and follow
thecorrespond
safetytoinformation
found
on
We have checked
the contents
of this document
the model described.
there may
be the labels of detergent
discrepancies nevertheless, and no guarantee can be given that they are completely identical. the information
containers
and
Material
Safety
Data
Sheets
contained in this document is reviewed regularly and any necessary changes will be included in the next edition. We
welcome suggestions
for improvement.
• Use
protective eyewear and clothing if decanting containers
Document subject to change without prior notice.
Hot Water
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by any means, electronic or mechanical without the express permission of the author / publisher.
•
Do not put hands in wash water which may be over 60°C and contain hazardous
caustic detergent
• Rinse water can be over 90°C
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• Hood
switches are designed for emergency use only
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Cleaning
•
•
Do not hose down the machine or splash water over the exterior
Watch for broken glass etc when cleaning the inside of the machine
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Service/repair
2
•
•
Under no circumstances the user should attempt to carry out repairs
All service/repair work must be carried out by qualified personnel only
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Installation Checklist
!
WARNING
WARNING
Installer
must be suitably qualified and ensure compliance with all codes and standards
Before installation and commissioning, you must read the safety instructions
including
AS/NZS3500.1.
and warnings
carefully and all the warning labels attached to the equipment.
Unpack
•
IMPORTANT
!Unpack the machine, check for damage and complete delivery.
Failure to comply (even partially) with the instructions given in this manual
will invalidate the product warranty and relieves the manufacturer of any
responsibility.
Positioning
•
•
Place IMPORTANT
machine on sound waterproof self draining floor and adjust feet to level
Allowthe
room
for adjacent
chemical
containers
alteration
of machine operation,
design
or the replacement of parts not
!
approved by the manufacturer may void warranties and approvals.
Water
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Flush supply lines before connection
Connect hose supplied to adjacent accessible isolator valve - 20 mm 3/4 male
Flow rate required - 15 litres per minute
Temperature - 65˚C
Consumption per cycle - 2.6 litres
Pressure required - 200-350 kPa - fit limiter above this pressure
Back Flow - Atmospheric Vacuum Breaker
Potable water quality is required - filter or soften if necessary
Power
•
Machine shipped three phase 15 A per phase 400V 50Hz
We have checked that the contents of this document correspond to the model described. there may be
discrepancies nevertheless, and no guarantee can be given that they are completely identical. the information
Waste
contained in this document is reviewed regularly and any necessary changes will be included in the next edition. We
suggestions for
improvement.
•welcome
Connect
drain
pump hose supplied to upstand or sink waste connection
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Detergent
by any means, electronic or mechanical without the express permission of the author / publisher.
• Note that detergent is hazardous - read instructions and handle with care
• Insert hose into container of commercial dishwasher low foam detergent
• Refer operator procedures
Service 1800 622 216
Parts 1800
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Fluid337 963
•
•
Insert hose into adjacent container of commercial dishwasher rinse fluid
Refer operator procedures
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Run several cycles, ensure that operator has read and understands instructions
Troubleshooting Installation
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•
If machine doesn’t fill after switching on power, check & ensure that hot water supply tap is
open, water supply pressure is not below specification.
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AL Installation Diagram
AL-S INST 11-08-14 3A
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AL Machine Operation
Turn machine on at wall. Fit scrap tray, filter and shut door.
Press On/Off Key for 3 Seconds
Start key glows white as machine fills. If door is open then the start key glows
purple Once full, rinse heating starts. Start key glows orange while heating.
Machine can be started when machine is heating. NOTE: If rinse temperature
is not sufficient cycle countdown will stop at 14 seconds. Washing continues
until rinse reaches temperature required for sanitization and countdown then
resumes.
Start key glows green when machine is fully heated. For different cycles press
the UP and DOWN arrows: Light, Medium, Heavy, Manual or Drain.
Close door/Press start key to start cycle. When manual cycle is selected
machine will continue washing until START button is pressed. Rinsing and
draining follow washing to complete cycle.
Start key glows red during cycle. Pressing Start key again terminates cycle
without rinse. Timer counts down to double zero and flashes 00 at cycle end
until door is opened.
SHUT DOWN - EVERY NIGHT
Press UP or DOWN keys to select Drain cycle and shut the door. Press START
key to start Drain cycle. Machine drains for 180 seconds with a cleaning rinse
mid-cycle. When Draining is complete machine goes into Standby mode.
Remove filter basket and scrap tray; rinse clean and replace.
DAILY CLEANING
The machine must be drained and cleaned at the end of each day.
Drain the machine as per the shut down instructions.
Remove, clean and replace filters.
Regularly check the wash and rinse jets and clean if necessary.
MAINTENANCE
Regular servicing of the dishwasher is essential for high
performance, efficient operation and long machine life.
Contact us for information on a maintenance programs.
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Operating Procedures
PRE-RINSING
Pre-scraping of dishes is required by Food Hygiene Regulations. The best method is to pre-rinse with
warm water with a Fisher Pre-rinse Unit - or alternatively by scraping or dunking in water. Cutlery
should be pre-soaked in warm water, preferably containing cutlery pre-soak compound - refer your
chemical supplier.
RACKING PROCEDURES
Do not overload racks or cutlery containers, minimise the overlap of crockery. Wash cutlery unsorted,
handles down. Cycle times are short and water consumption per cycle low – so there is no advantage
in overloading racks.
CYCLE TIMES
The AL has a 40, 60, 90 second cycle and extended manual cycle.
CHEMICAL
Correct type and quantity of detergent is essential for good results and rinse fluid speeds drying. Use
good quality chemicals and regularly check supply containers. Detergent and rinse fluid concentration
can be changed by adjusting dispensing time on the keypad (refer to page 8 User Programming). Prime
detergent line by turning on the DETERGENT PRIME option in the User Settings menu. Detergent pump
will operate continuously for up to 1 minute and prime the line; repeat process as necessary until line is
fully primed.
DRYING
Single tank commercial dishwashers do not have a drying cycle. However, the machines do rinse at
high temperatures which promotes fast drying particularly when drying agents are used.
At the end of the cycle promptly remove the rack from the machine - leave the rack on the bench for 2
to 3 minutes before emptying.
8
5
REGULAR CLEANING – at least once a week
Remove filter basket (4), scrap tray (2) and wash filter
(1) and pump inlet filter (3). Remove wash (5) and rinse
arms (6) by undoing the central thumbscrews (7).
Inspect all jets – use toothpick or paperclip and remove
arm end-caps if necessary to flush and clear. Clean and
then replace all items.
7
6
6
8
5
4
2
3
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Keypad Start Button Colours
Machine State
Colour
Door Open
Purple
Filling
White
Heating
Orange
Ready
Green
Ecopower
Blue
Washing
Red
Error
Flashing Red
User Programming
The User Settings menu is accessed by pressing the UP and DOWN keys
simultaneously for 5 seconds, the screen should then change to:
UP
POWER
START
DOWN
Press the POWER button to scroll between settings.
Press the UP and DOWN keys to change a specific setting,
Press the START button to return to the operator screen.
The programming options are specified in the table below:
User Settings
Factory Setting
Selection
Power Save
ON
ON/OFF
Detergent Prime
OFF
ON/OFF
Fill Detergent Injection Time
40
0 - 180 secs
Wash Detergent Injection Time
15
1 - 30
Rinse Aid Injection Time
12
1 - 30
Display Contrast
27
10 - 40
Power Save function reduces the rinse temperature setting by 10°C when the machine is
idle for 5 minutes or more. The temperature settings return to the set value when door is
opened or START/STOP key is pressed.
QuickStart starts washing regardless of rinse temperature. If rinse temperature is not
sufficient cycle countdown will stop at 14 seconds. Washing continues until rinse reaches
temperature required for sanitization and countdown then resumes.
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Troubleshooting
If an error message appears on the control display first try turning the machine OFF for 30
seconds and then back ON. If the error message remains call for service.
Issue
Resolution
Not filling
Check water supply is on and door is closed
Cycle does not start Check door is closed
Wash too long
Check water supply temperature - wash stops at 22 seconds if rinse is still
heating
Foaming Wash
Excessive use of rinse fluid and/or low wash temperature can cause
foaming
Poor Results
Read and carefully follow the machine installation, operating and care
procedures
All of the following is actually in the instructions on previous pages of
the manual
Pre-scrap and pre-rinse washware
Do not overload dishracks - avoid overlap of plates, wash cutlery
unsorted, handles up
Use quality low foam detergent and rinse fluid - check containers
and adjustment
Use heavy cycle - baked on soil requires pre-scraping and/or pre-soaking
Remove and check wash & rinse arms & jets are clean and rotating freely
If plates are not pre-rinsed wash water may need changing regularly
Check wash and rinse temperatures
Remove rack when cycle ends and leave on the bench a few minutes for
drying
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AL Wiring Diagram
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AL4(S) WIRING
DIAGRAM
010301
16/12/14 3B
AL(4)W ACCESSORIES
Accessories
600 70029
CUPRACK 500mm OPEN
600 70028
DISHRACK 500mm 9 x 9 DIVISION
C660503
CUTLERY CONTAINER G
C660508
CUTLERY BASKET CP8 for 5OOmm
600 90154
SS LEG (63D x 225-325mm x M12)
600 60080
2M S/S HOSE
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No part of this work may be reproduced or copied
in any form or by any means, electronic or
mechanical without the express permission of the
author/publisher
Manufactured in New Zealand by Washtech Ltd.
414 Rosebank Road
Avondale
Auckland 1026
New Zealand
PO Box 90548, Auckland
24HR Service0800 Starline
Tel
09 829 0930
Fax
09 829 0935
E-mail
[email protected]
web
www.starline.co.nz
ISO9001
All Washtech products are designed and
manufactured by Washtech using the
internationally recognised ISO9001 quality
management system, covering design,
manufacture and final inspection, ensuring
consistent high quality at all times.
In line with policy to continually develop and
improve its products, Washtech Ltd reserves the
right to change specifications and design without
prior notice.
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