Miele W 866 User manual

Miele W 866 User manual
G 7825 – PG 8528 washer-disinfectors
Washing · Disinfection · Drying
A systematic approach to the
reprocessing of laboratory glassware
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A systematic approach to the reprocessing
of laboratory glassware
Systematic instrument reprocessing
solutions
With washer-disinfectors, special reprocessing methods and accessories tailored
to the specific needs of applications, Miele
offers a comprehensive and systematic
approach to the safe and thorough reprocessing of a wide range of laboratory
glassware. Only a systematic approach
can guarantee reproducible results in both
simple and highly sophisticated applications in organic, inorganic and physical
chemistry, biology, microbiology, in hospital laboratories, and in the pharmaceutical,
food-processing and cosmetics industries.
Miele’s team of specialists are always at
hand to assist laboratory staff in arriving at
tailor-made solutions.
Contents
G 7825 and G 7826
washer-disinfectors . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 8
Inserts and mobile units
for laboratory glassware . . . . . . . . Page 14
PG 8527 and PG 8528
washer-disinfectors . . . . . . . . . . . Page 18
Inserts and mobile units
for laboratory glassware . . . . . . . . Page 28
Inserts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 32
Transport trolleys . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 36
Soft water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 37
Process documentation options . Page 38
Remote Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 40
Qualification of
cleaning systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 42
G 7825/G 7826 Technical data . . . Page 44
Technical data
PG 8527/PG 8528 . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 46
The wide-ranging benefits of the Miele
System
Flexible and economical
• Washers-disinfectors with the capacity to
meet all requirements
• Modular machine concept with basic
features and optional extras
• Efficient single-chamber system for
washing, rinsing, disinfecting and drying
Simple and intelligent
• Tried-and-tested standard programmes,
innovative special programmes and
programme packages
• Electronic controls offering excellent user
convenience
Competent and innovative
• Intensive R&D and close cooperation
with hygiene experts, scientists and
users
• Trend-setting process development and
technical features
All from a single source
• Miele offers its own advisory services
and after-sales service network
• Qualification (Installation Qualification
and Operation Qualification) of laboratory
glassware cleaning systems
• Service contracts for peace of mind
• Attractive financing
Technical features vary according to the model
Better be on the safe side!
• Serial interface for process documentation and optical interface for servicing
• Machines are built to comply with
EN ISO 15883
• Automatic allocation of mobile unit/load
to appropriate programme using sensors
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Practical experience combined with expertise
Typically Miele
Manual v. machine-based reprocessing
Many laboratories have deliberately
chosen to wash their laboratory glassware,
e.g. beakers, pipettes, volumetrics and
flasks, Erlenmeyer flasks, Petri dishes and
test tubes, in a machine-based process.
One reason for this is to avoid the risk of
exposure to hazardous substances.
Broken glass from manual cleaning, for
instance, can cause dangerous injuries.
Infectious and toxic contaminants pose a
health hazard. Cleaning agents used often
contain substances that are highly irritant.
Automatic, machine-based processes are
also more easily standardised, validated
and documented. Because washer-disinfectors operate as a closed system with
programmes that run fully automatically,
the potential danger to laboratory personnel can be kept to a minimum. This, in turn,
means that machine preparation provides
personnel with maximum protection.
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Laboratories use a wide variety of equipment made from glass, ceramic ware and
plastic for testing and analysis, creating
reactions, for isolating or cleaning substances and for taking samples, etc.
Following on from this, cleaning and drying
are essential. The cleaning process must
ensure that equipment, when re-used, is
not affected by its previous use. Requirements vary widely from one laboratory to
the next. To establish which machines and
accessories, cleaning agents, water quality
and cleaning programmes best suit an application, the following aspects need to be
considered:
1. Applications
Applications can be subdivided according
to the field of science or industry (organic,
inorganic or physical chemistry, biology,
microbiology, hospitals, pharmaceutical,
food or cosmetic industry laboratories,
etc.) or according to methods (preparatory
work, analyses, sampling). The type of application will also be an important factor in
determining the type of machine and accessories as well as the cleaning process
and cleaning agents required.
2. Laboratory machines
Laboratory equipment needs to be classified according to its various components
(beakers, conical flasks, measuring flasks
and cylinders, pipettes, Petri dishes, test
tubes, phials, test tubes, etc.), and according to size and volume (1 ml, 500 ml,
1000 ml) and the number of items requiring
processing. This information will enable us
to provide a detailed quotation based on
the right system for your requirements.
3. Contamination
An intimate knowledge of the physical and
chemical attributes of the contaminants
the machine will need to deal with is of
particular importance in choosing the most
appropriate cleaning process and detergents.
The physical and chemical properties of a
contaminant include, for instance, its solubility in water in acidic, pH-neutral and alkaline conditions, the efficacy of hydrolysis
or oxidation, melting and softening points,
its ability to emulsify as well as a substance’s suspension or dispersing properties.
4. Disinfection
For certain applications laboratory glassware has to be disinfected. On the one
hand this protects laboratory personnel
who come into contact with bacterial contamination at work. And on the other, disinfection prevents bacterial cross-contamination of test samples and instruments in
medical laboratories, hygiene institutes
and pharmaceutical laboratories in the
food and cosmetic industry.
5. Analytical Methods
The results of analyses can be falsified by
contaminants on laboratory glassware. A
knowledge of these factors can help in
selecting the correct cleaning agent.
Miele’s systematic approach covers the
following process stages
• Cleaning, disinfection and drying
• Baskets and inserts
• Water treatment
• Detergent recommendations
• Compilation and analysis of cleaning
programmes
• Machine commissioning by Miele Service
• Qualification package: Installation
Qualification (IQ) and Operation
Qualification (OQ)
• Peace-of-mind package including maintenance and service contracts
6. Analytical purity
Each laboratory has its own definition of
“analytical purity”, depending on specifications and the nature and reproducibility of
test methods. The washer-disinfector including all its accessories and the cleaning
programme used must be able to achieve
cleaning results that meet the standards
required by the application.
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G 7825 and G 7826 washer-disinfectors
The G 7825/G 7826 series was designed
with the requirements of larger laboratories
in mind. With a width of only 900 mm,
these machines are the ideal proposition in
cases where space is at a premium.
Depending on the installation site and
hygiene requirements, machines are available as single-door front-loading models
(G 7825) or as two-door barrier machines
(G 7826) for installation in a diaphragm wall.
Flexible solutions for the central and
decentral reprocessing of laboratory
glassware
Miele’s G 7825 and G 7826 washer-disinfectors offer a wide range of installation
options, tailored individually to the needs of
laboratories. This allows units to be installed both centrally in special departments dedicated to glassware reprocessing
or decentrally in smaller laboratories, depending on the volume of glassware.
Wide range of standard functions and
optional extras
Miele’s modular approach to its G 7825 and
G 7826 washer-disinfectors, with a comprehensive set of standard features and the
option to customise by adding optional extras, offers a high degree of flexibility to
meet specific on-site conditions and hygiene regimes. The sliding plinth/drip tray
for the G 7825 has proved to be a huge
benefit to service technicians. To simplify
handling laboratory glassware, Miele
recommends the use of the MF/3 Miele
transfer trolley.
Miele quality – “Made in Germany”
All components subscribe to Miele’s
uncompromising quality standards. The
cabinet, hydraulic circuit and the sump are
made from high-grade stainless steel. Two
stainless-steel spray arms ensure improved
water circulation and perfect cleaning
results. The heater elements are located
outside the cabinet to ensure virtually
maintenance-free operation. A double-skin
construction reduces heat and sound emissions and guarantees low energy consumption. All machines are available with electric
or steam heating and as a convertible
steam/electric version. Miele washer-disinfectors feature highly sophisticated solidstate controls to control and monitor
process parameters. These are a product of
Miele’s own in-house development and
production expertise and are closely
geared to the highly specific requirements
of glassware reprocessing.
Specifications
Washer-disinfector
Unit width/depth
Doors
Cabinet
Useable dimensions
H/W/D
Inner cabinet –
Useable volume
Capacity per batch
G 7825/G 7826
900/750 mm
Bottom-hinged door(s)
683/541/610 mm
225 l
108 narrow-necked
glasses or
104 pipettes
PG 8527/PG 8528
1150/870 mm
Vertical-rise door(s)
675/650/800 mm
351 l
232 narrow-necked
glasses or
232 pipettes
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Machine features and specifications
G 7825
Versions
• G 7825: Front-loading unit with single
bottom-hinged door
• G 7826: Two-door barrier washer-disinfector for installation in a diaphragm wall
Capacity per batch
• 108 narrow-necked glasses or
104 pipettes
Design
• Stand-alone or side-by-side installation
• Width 900 mm
• Modular approach with customised
features to meet individual requirements
• Single-chamber system for washing,
disinfection and drying
• Service-friendly design
• Heater elements outside inner cabinet
• Low heat and sound energy dissipation
thanks to double-skinned design
G 7825
Miele quality – “Made in Germany”
For many decades now, Miele washer-disinfectors have represented an integral part
of quality assurance in laboratories. Miele
washer-disinfectors offer uncompromising
quality and offer users maximum benefits
in terms of hygiene, safety and economy.
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Standard machine features
G 7826, clean side
Cleaning technology
• Hygienic freshwater system with fresh
water intake for each programme stage
• Cleaning, disinfection and drying in a
closed-circuit system
• 2 spray arms in cabinet for thorough
cleaning of external glassware surfaces
• Spray arms with high jet impact force
• Full water jet access, ensuring optimum
results
• Direct docking of upper baskets to water
circuit for maximum utilisation of wash
liquor
• Thorough cleaning of lumens with injector system
Standard features
• 2 high-performance circulation pumps
• Triple filtration with large surface filter,
coarse filter and micro-fine filter
• Filters in inlet hoses
• Flowmeter to monitor water intake
quantities
• 1 drain valve
Dispenser systems
• 2 dispenser pumps for liquid detergent
and neutralising agent
Controls
• Freely programmable PROFITRONIC
controls
• 64 programme slots with 17 standard
washing and disinfection programmes
8 service programmes
39 vacant programme slots
• User navigation with local-language
display
• Display of programme selection and
programming dialogs, programme
sequence, temperature, countdown time,
faults, operating hours.
• Compilation of new programmes using
machine controls or using PC/laptop via
optical interface
• Serial RS 232 interface for process
documentation
• Optical interface for service and
maintenance
Safety features
• Electric door lock
• Programme safety cut out
• Peak-load negotiation
• Optical and acoustic signal at end of
programme
• 2 sensors, 1 each for temperature control
and monitoring
• Port for simple positioning of sensors in
the wash cabinet for process validation
• Sensors in cabinet and a magnetic strip
on mobile units for automatic allocation
of loads/inserts to programmes
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Modular machine concept
Optional extras
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Plinth/drip tray
For installation without on-site plinth
• Frame with built-in drip tray
• Cut-outs for supplies and utilities
• Continuous diaphragm-wall panelling can
be provided on site when multiple
machines are installed in a run.
• Plinth with castors for easy servicing and
maintenance access on G 7825.
Dispensers
• Max. 2 additional integrated dispenser
pumps (retrofittable)
Cabinet
• Boiler for demineralised water
Steam condenser
• Steam condenser (heat exchanger). No
water consumption when connected to
on-site cooling water circuit
Water softener
• High-capacity water softener (external)
Drainage
• 2 drain pumps
Drying unit
• 2 hot-air drying units (electrically heated)
• Low-maintenance 3-phase motors with
side-channel compressor
• Temperature selectable, 60–115ºC
• Time freely adjustable, 1–240 mins.
• 2 pre-filters Class EU 4,
filtration rate >95%
filter life 200 hours
• 2 x 2 particulate filters H 13,
filtration rate >99.992%, filter life 500 h
Printer
• Integrated 6-pin printer to record key
process parameters
MAV 25/26 top-box panelling
• Stainless steel cladding with lockable
service hatches to conceal steam
condenser/drying unit
• Ventilation grille on the unclean side
• Panelling between top box and ceiling
must be provided on site.
• H 430, W 900, D 750 mm
Mieltransfer MF/3
• Trolley to simplify the handling of mobile
injector units
• Footswitch-operated height-adjustment
mechanism
• 4 lockable wheels
• H 1182, W 600, D 807 mm, +/– 100 mm
• Docking height 751 mm, +/– 100 mm
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G 7825/7826
E 741/1 mobile unit and modules for laboratory glassware
E 742 module
• Module frame with spray arm
• H 112, W 492, D 496 mm
E 741/1 mobile injector unit (empty)
• For modules on 1–4 levels
• Depending on the size of the glassware
up to 3 modules can be accommodated
• Water and drying air enters via a direct
docking system and adapters
• Loading height:
Level 1 to top: 605 mm
Level 2 to top: 405 mm
Level 3 to top: 267 mm
Level 4 to top: 197 mm
• Connection for hot-air drying unit
• Magnetic strip for automatic mobile unit
recognition (excl. ML magnets)
• H 680, W 530, D 600 mm
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E 743 injector module
• For narrow-necked glassware,
100–500 ml
• 36 nozzles (E 351), 4 x 160 mm with clips
(E 353)
• H 190, W 492, D 496 mm
E 744 injector module
• For narrow-necked glassware,
500–1000 ml
• 16 nozzles (E 352), 6 x 220 mm with clips
(E 354)
• H 250, W 492, D 496 mm
E 752 injector module
• For narrow-necked glassware,
100–1000 ml
• 12 nozzles (E 351) 4 x 160 mm with clips
(E 353)
• 13 nozzles (E 352) 6 x 220 mm with clips
(E 354)
• H 260, W 492, D 496 mm
E 755 injector module
• For narrow-necked glassware, 25–100 ml
• 36 nozzles (E 470), 2.5 x 90 mm, with
holders
• H 130, W 492, D 496 mm
E 745/1 injector module
• For 104 pipettes up to 540 mm
• Holder frame
Compartment size 16 x 16 mm
• H 288, W 492, D 496 mm
E 746 injector module
• For 23 pipettes held diagonally
• For 10 pipettes up to 560 mm and
• 13 pipettes up to 490 mm
• Holders spaced 20 mm or 26 mm apart
• H 330, W 492, D 496 mm
E 747 injector module
• 104 injector nozzles for centrifugal tubes,
phials and test tubes, fraction sampler
tubes
• 104 nozzles, 2.5 x 110 mm
• H 168, W 492, D 496 mm
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Load samples
E 741/1 with modules
Sample load E 741/1 mobile injector unit
(with drying unit connection)
• With E 744 injector module for
narrow-necked glassware, 500–1000 ml
on Levels 1 and 3
Sample load E 741/1 mobile injector unit
(with drying unit connection)
• With E 747 injector module for centrifuge
tubes, etc. on Levels 1 and 4
• With E 743 injector module for
narrow-necked glassware, 100–500 ml
on Level 2
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Sample load E 741/1 mobile injector unit
(with drying unit connection)
• With E 742 module frame and E 106 and
E 109 inserts for wide-necked glassware,
measuring beakers and glasses on
Level 1
• With E 744 injector module for
narrow-necked glassware, 500–1000 ml
on Level 2
Sample load E 741/1 mobile injector unit
(with drying unit connection)
• With E 743 injector module for
narrow-necked glassware, 100–500 ml, on
Levels 1, 2 and 4
G 7825/G 7826
mobile unit with 2–5 levels
E 757 mobile injector unit
(with drying unit connection)
• For 1–6 large-volume items of laboratory
glassware
• 6 nozzles
• Height-adjustable frame with 6 short and
4 long rails. Rails can be adapted to
diameter of glassware.
• Connection for hot-air drying
• Magnetic strip for automatic mobile unit
recognition (excl. ML magnets)
• H 346, W 530, D 600 mm
E 775 mobile unit
(with drying unit connection) (empty)
• For inserts on 2 levels
• Integrated spray armo Loading dimensions from bottom upwards
Level 1: H 304, W 482, D 590 mm
Level 2: H 290, W 488, D 546 mm
• Connection for hot-air drying
• Magnetic strip for automatic mobile unit
recognition (excl. ML magnets)
• H 400, W 530, D 600 mm
E 735/1 mobile unit
(with drying unit connection) (empty)
• For inserts on 3 levels
• 2 built-in spray arms
• Loading dimensions from bottom
upwards
Level 1: H 203, W 482, D 590 mm
Level 2: H 203, W 488, D 546 mm
Level 3: H 133, W 488, D 546 mm
• Connection for hot-air drying
• Magnetic strip for automatic mobile unit
recognition (excl. ML magnets)
• H 552, W 530, D 600 mm
E 701/1 mobile unit
(with drying unit connection) (empty)
• For inserts on 4 levels
• 3 built-in spray arms
• Loading dimensions from bottom
upwards
Level 1: H 87, W 482, D 590 mm
Levels 2 and 3: H 87, W 488, D 546 mm
Level 4: H 223, W 488, D 546 mm
• Loading dimensions with E 702:
Level 4: H 87, W 488, D 546 mm
Level 5: H 81, W 488, D 546 mm
• Connection for hot-air drying
• Magnetic strip for automatic mobile unit
recognition (excl. ML magnets)
• H 461, W 530, D 600 mm
E 702 top insert for E 701/1
• Level 5 for 2 further inserts
• H 160, W 530, D 560 mm
A 7/1 insert
• Perforated sheet-metal base
• Perforations 7 x 7 mm
• Ridge 3 mm
• For use with E 775, E 735/1 and E 701/1
• H 1, W 543, D 473 mm
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PG 8527 and PG 8528
washer-disinfectors
New value-added approach to
reprocessing laboratory glassware
Perfect quality and patented innovations
– Typically Miele
For more than four decades, Miele
Professional has been at the cutting edge
with respect to the efficient and safe
machine-based reprocessing of laboratory
glassware. The PG 85 generation of lab
washers now ushers in a new era in glassware reprocessing. When it comes to decentral and central reprocessing of large
quantities of laboratory glassware, the new
PG 8527 and PG 8528 washer-disinfectors
offer great value-added benefits: Improved
cleaning capacity, improved process security and greater economy.
PERFECT TOUCH CONTROL: Simple and
reliable controls using a flush glass display.
Modular controls with a versatile range of
extension options to meet future requirements.
PERFECT HEPA DRYING: Optimised air
circuit with HEPA filter located directly upstream from the cabinet to ensure perfect
hygiene in the drying cycle.
PERFECT VISION: All-glass vertical-rise
doors and integrated cabinet lighting
provide a clear view of cleaning progress
inside the cabinet and enable simple
process supervision.
PERFECT SPEED SENSOR: A sensor strip
outside the cabinet monitors spray arm
speeds and compares them with target
values to ensure functional safety.
PERFECT PURE SENSOR: Contact-free
conductivity measuring and monitoring of
wash liquor. Unique process with low tolerance bandwidth to ensure residue-free final
rinse.
PERFECT FLOW SENSOR: Standard, integrated metering system to ensure precise
dispensing. Dispensed volumes are independent of temperature and viscosity.
Specifications
Washer-disinfector
Width/depth
Doors
Inner cabinet
Useable dimensions
H/W/D
Inner cabinet volume
Capacity per batch
G 7825/G 7826
900/750 mm
Bottom-hinged door(s)
683/541/610 mm
225 l
108 narrow-necked
glasses or
104 pipettes
PG 8527/PG 8528
1150/870 mm
Vertical-rise door(s)
675/650/800 mm
351 l
232 narrow-necked
glasses or
232 pipettes
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Machine features and specifications
PG 8528
PG 8527
Versions
• PG 8527: Single-door model with vertical
sliding door
• PG 8528: Two-door barrier washer-disinfector for installation in a diaphragm wall
Capacity per batch
• 232 narrow-necked glasses or
232 pipettes
Design
• Stand-alone or side-by-side installation
• Width 1150 mm
• Modular approach with customised
features to meet individual requirements
• Single-chamber system for washing,
disinfection and drying
• Service-friendly design
• Heater elements outside inner cabinet
• Low heat and sound energy dissipation
thanks to double-skinned design
Miele quality – “Made in Germany”
For many decades now, Miele washer-disinfectors have represented an integral part
of quality assurance in laboratories. Miele
washer-disinfectors offer uncompromising
quality and offer users maximum benefits
in terms of hygiene, safety and economy.
Technical data Page 46/47
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Standard machine features
PG 8527
Cleaning technology
• Hygienic freshwater system with fresh intake of water for each programme phase
• Cleaning, disinfection and drying in a
closed, single-cabinet system
• Stainless-steel hygiene cabinet with
coved corners and pitched ceiling
• 2 spray arms in cabinet for thorough
cleaning of external surfaces
• Spray arms with high-impact force
• Full jet access and best possible
cleaning results
• Direct docking to water circuit for
improved utilisation of wash liquor
• Thorough cleaning of interior surfaces
thanks to injector system
Standard features
• 2 powerful circulation pumps
• Triple filtration with large surface filter,
coarse filter and micro-fine filter
• Filter in inlet hoses
• Flowmeter to monitor water intake
quantities
• 1 drain valve
Dispenser systems
• 2 bellows-type dispenser pumps for
liquid detergent and neutralising agent
Controls
• Freely programmable PROFITRONIC+
controls
• 64 programme slots with 16 standard
washing and disinfection programmes
17 service programmes
31 vacant programme slots
• User navigation with local-language
display
• Display of programme selection and
programming dialogs, programme
sequence, temperature, countdown time,
faults, operating hours
• Compilation of new programmes using
machine controls or using PC/laptop via
optical interface
PG 8528 Clean side
Interface
• 4 serial RS 232 interfaces for process
documentation
• Optical interface for service and
maintenance
• 1 Ethernet interface
Safety features
• Electric door lock
• Programme safety cut out
• Peak-load negotiation
• Optical and acoustic signal at end of
programme
• 2 sensors, 1 each for temperature control
and monitoring
• Port for simple positioning of sensors in
the wash cabinet for process validation
• Sensors in cabinet and a magnetic strip
on mobile units for automatic allocation
of loads/inserts to programmes
• Dispenser volume control
• Spray arm sensing
Multiport
• For connection of printer and/or scanner
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Functional and operational safety
Typically Miele
PROFITRONIC+ controls
The new PROFITRONIC+ controls have
64 programme slots. 16 slots are taken up
by standard cleaning and disinfection
programmes, including Miele’s innovative
OXIVARIO, OXIVARIO PLUS and
ORTHOVARIO programmes. 17 further
slots are occupied by a wide range of
service programmes, leaving 31 programme slots vacant for customised
programmes. Programme compilation can
be performed at the unit or via
PC/laptop/remote service. All process
parameters are constantly monitored.
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PERFECT TOUCH display
The display is flush with the machine front
and therefore facilitates surface disinfection for better hygiene. Programme selection is simple and requires the use of only
three controls. All selection steps appear in
local language in the graphic user interface. Users can select their user-interface
language from a pool of 15 languages.
Display texts, e.g. for actual temperatures,
countdown times, detergent concentrations and protocol data, are user-definable.
The controls are modular using CAN-BUS
technology, facilitating the connection of
further modules. An optical service interface and serial interfaces, e.g. for process
documentation, are standard and support
a variety of communication processes.
The controls also support Miele’s remote
servicing system.
Highly flexible and future-proof;
Simple, safe programme selection in a
minimum of steps
Functional safety and hygiene in full view of user
Typically Miele
Vertical-rise all-glass doors and cabinet
lighting
To improve process visibility and supervision, all-glass vertical-rise doors are available as optional extras on the new range of
products. The door can be programmed to
open automatically at the end of a programme. Door motion is monitored electronically.
Models with all-glass doors also feature
cabinet lighting comprising 4 built-in spotlights. Lighting times are programmable.
Hygiene cabinet and filtration system
The inner cabinet is manufactured using
high-grade stainless steel (316 L or 1.4404
optional) and features a pitched ceiling and
cove cornering to ensure rapid and thorough drain-off, reducing the risk of carryover.
A triple filter combination, consisting of
cabinet filter, coarse filter and micro-fine
filter, ensures high process security and
simple cleaning. Inlet hoses are also fitted
with filters.
The heater elements are outside the cabinet for greater protection. The through-flow
heaters are available as electric or steamheated versions.
Good process visibility and supervision;
High-quality materials, design and features
for perfect results;
residue-free drainage in compliance with
DVGW and RKI;
Miele innovation: patented overflow
system
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Everything under control
Typically Miele
Spray arm sensing
Washer-disinfectors from the PG 85 range
feature Miele’s PERFECT SPEED spray
arm monitoring system as a standard feature. The machine display keeps users up
to date on whether spray arm rotation in
the cabinet and on mobile units is within
the specified range. Speeds are monitored
by a row of sensors outside the cabinet. In
the event that speeds are out of range, e.g.
on account of a build-up of foam, an error
message is issued or, alternatively, the programme is aborted. Deviations can also be
recorded in the automatic process documentation. Consequently, spray arm sensing offers reliable protection against human
error and increases process security considerably.
Automatic mobile unit recognition
Miele’s high safety standards are achieved
in part through the use of an automatic
mobile unit recognition system. This
system scans a magnetic strip connected
to the side of mobile units to identify the
type of load and assigns the programme
accordingly. This considerably reduces the
risk of incorrect programme selection and
human error.
Functional check of all spray arms; Fail-safe
assignment of mobile units to programmes
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Safety, efficiency and hygiene
Typically Miele
PERFECT PURE SENSOR
Residue from the wash liquor on laboratory
equipment can impair the results of analytical experiments. Hence, residue-free final
rinse results are extremely important. On
the new PG 85 series, conductivity is both
measured and monitored using contactfree technology, making the system maintenance-free. The unique system works
within extremely narrow tolerance bands in
the 0-40 µS/cm and 0.4-100 mS/cm
ranges. If, in the final rinse cycle, the conductivity value defined by the user is not
achieved, additional rinse cycles can be
added automatically. Monitoring results
can be shown in the display and documented accordingly.
Monitoring conductivity throughout an entire process cycle offers an additional
method of verifying the reproducibility of
validated processes.
Maintenance-free approach to ensuring
residue-free rinsing
PERFECT FLOW SENSOR
Miele’s new PERFECT FLOW SENSOR
offers significantly increased dispensing
accuracy compared with conventional
monitoring systems. This metering system
is a standard feature and allows precise
volume control in the dispensing system.
Dispensing tolerances are user-definable.
Compared with conventional flowmeter
controls, this method is less susceptible to
temperature and viscosity. An error message is issued or the programme aborted if
values are outside the tolerance range.
Precise monitoring of concentration levels
Air intake
PERFECT HEPA DRYING
In the drying phase, too, Miele innovations
set new standards. A Class H 13 temperature-resistant HEPA filter, located directly
upstream from the cabinet, prevents the
passage of particulate, air-borne contamination from the heaters, the fan and the
silencers and ensures high standards of air
purity within the cabinet. High-performance HEPA filters also reduce the need for
maintenance.
Fan
Air intake
Coarse filter
HEPA Filter
Wash cabinet
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Modular assembly concept
Optional extras
Plinth/drip tray
For installation without on-site plinth
• Frame with built-in drip tray
• Cut-outs for supplies and utilities
• Continuous diaphragm-wall panelling can
be provided on site when multiple
machines are installed in a run.
• Plinth/drip tray for PG 8527 on castors
for better service access
Cabinet
• Stainless-steel grade 316 L (1.4404)
• Boiler for demineralised water
• Conductivity module
• All-glass door(s) and cabinet lighting
Dispenser systems
• Max. 3 additional integrated dispenser
pumps including volume control
Water softener
• High-capacity water softener (external)
Drainage
• 2 drain pumps
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Steam condenser
• Steam condenser (heat exchanger)
• No water consumption when connected to
on-site cooling water circuit
Drying unit
• Steam- or electrically heated hot-air drying
unit
• Low-maintenance 3-phase motors with
side-channel compressor
• Temperature selectable, 40–135ºC
• Time freely adjustable, 1–240 mins.
• Class EU 4 pre-filter, filtration rate >95%
filter life 200 h
• Class H 13 particulate filter, filtration rate
>99.992% filter life 1000 h
PG 8528 unclean side
Top box cladding
• Lockable stainless-steel service hatches
for access to steam condenser and/or
drying unit
• Vent grilles on unclean side
• MAV without top cover
• Panelling between top box and ceiling
must be provided on site.
• H 760, W 1150, D 765 mm
Printer
• Integrated 8-pin printer to record key
process parameters
PG 8528 clean side
A wide range of standard features and optional extras allow machines to be tailored
to the needs of individual applications
Scanner connection
• Connection and bracket for scanner
MielTransfer MF-27/28
• Trolley to simplify the handling of mobile
injector units
• Both ends can dock onto machine,
tables, pass-through hatch or conveyors.
• With removable drip tray
H 70, W 603, D 866 mm
• 4 lockable wheels
• H 1050, W 740, D 980 mm
• Docking height 850 mm, +/–150/–100 mm
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PG 8527/PG 8528
E 941 mobile unit with sample loads
E 941 mobile unit (with drying unit
connection) (empty)
• For modules on 2 levels
• Depending on the size of the glassware
up to 2 modules can be accommodated
on each level
• Water and drying air enters via a direct
docking system and adapters
• Load dimensions from bottom upwards
Level 1 (without top module):
H 609, W 558, D 352 mm
Level 1 (with top module):
H 317, W 558, D 352 mm
Level 2: H 245, W 558, D 352 mm
• Connection for hot-air drying unit
• Magnetic strip for automatic mobile unit
recognition
• H 421, W 619, D 790 mm
Sample load E 941 mobile injector unit
(with drying unit connection)
• Lower level: 2 x E 944/1 injector modules
for narrow-necked glasses, 500–1000 ml
• Upper level: 2 x E 943/1 injector modules
for narrow-necked glasses, 100–500 ml
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Sample load E 941 mobile injector unit
(with drying unit connection)
• Lower level: 2 x E 945/1 top insert frame
with E 106 insert for wide-necked glasses or E 109 for beakers
• Upper level: 2 x E 943/1 injector modules
for narrow-necked glasses, 100–500 ml
Sample load E 941 mobile injector unit
(with drying unit connection)
• Lower level: 1 x E 943/1 injector module
for narrow-necked glasses, 100–500 ml
and 1 x E 942/2 injector module for
pipettes, max. 580 mm
• Upper level: 1 x E 947/1 injector module,
e.g. for centrifuge tubes
PG 8527/PG 8525
Modules for E 941 mobile unit
E 942/2 injector module
• For 116 pipettes up to 580 mm
• Holding frame
• Compartment size 16 x 16 mm
• H 279, W 558, D 352 mm
E 943/1 injector module
• For narrow-necked glassware,
100–500 ml
• 32 nozzles (E 351) 4 x 160 mm with clips
(E 353)
• H 190, W 558, D 352 mm
E 944/1 injector module
• For narrow-necked glassware,
500–1000 ml
• 15 nozzles (E 352) 6 x 220 mm with clips
(E 354)
• H 250, W 558, D 352 mm
E 945/1 modules
• Base frame for inserts
• H 55, W 558, D 352 mm
E 947/1 injector module
• 88 injector nozzles for centrifugal tubes,
phials and fraction sampler tubes
• 88 nozzles, 2.5 x 110 mm
• H 170, W 558, D 352 mm
A 5 cover
• For E 947 insert
• H 8, W 280, D 280 mm
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PG 8527/PG 8528
mobile units with 2–5 levels
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E 940 mobile unit
(with drying unit connection) (empty)
• For narrow-necked glassware on 2 levels
(Mobile injector unit can also be used
without top level)
• 115 nozzles with clips
• Lower level:
35 x nozzles (E 352), 6.0 x 220 mm with
clips (E 354)
Upper level:
80 x nozzles (E 351), 4.0 x 160 mm with
clips (E 353)
• Connection for hot-air drying unit
• Magnetic strip for automatic mobile unit
recognition
• H 565, W 640, D 790 mm
E 950/1 mobile unit
(with drying unit connection)
• For narrow-necked glassware on 3 levels
• 232 nozzles
• Levels 1 + 3:
80 x ID 90 nozzles each (2.5 x 90 mm)
• Level 2:
72 x ID 90 nozzles (2.5 x 90 mm)
• Max. load height on each level 148 mm
• Connection for hot-air drying unit
• Magnetic strip for automatic mobile unit
recognition
• H 572, W 640, D 790 mm
E 957 mobile unit
(with drying unit connection)
• For 1–12 large-volume laboratory glassware items
• 12 nozzles
• Height-adjustable frame with 8 short and
6 long supports, screw threads Supports
can be adjusted to diameter of glassware.
• Connection for hot-air drying unit
• Magnetic strip for automatic mobile unit
recognition
• H 353, W 640, D 790 mm
E 975/1 mobile injector unit (empty)
• For inserts on 2 levels
• Built-in spray arm
• Load dimensions from bottom upwards
Level 1: H 297, W 592, D 780 mm
Level 2: H 290, W 592, D 780 mm
• Connection for hot-air drying unit
• Magnetic strip for automatic mobile unit
recognition
• H 427, W 640, D 790 mm
E 935/1 mobile injector unit (empty)
• For inserts on 3 levels
• 2 built-in spray arms
• Load dimensions from bottom upwards
Level 1: H 202, W 590, D 780 mm
Level 2: H 202, W 590, D 780 mm
Level 3: H 132, W 590, D 780 mm
• Connection for hot-air drying unit
• Magnetic strip for automatic mobile unit
recognition
• H 524, W 640, D 790 mm
E 900-4/1 mobile injector unit (empty)
• For inserts on 4 levels
• 3 built-in spray arms
• Load dimensions from bottom upwards
Levels 1–3: H 112.5, W 593, D 780 mm
Level 4: H 114, W 593, D 780 mm
• Connection for hot-air drying unit
• Magnetic strip for automatic mobile unit
recognition
• H 557, W 640, D 790 mm
E 900-5/1 mobile injector unit (empty)
• For inserts on 5 levels
• 4 built-in spray arms
• Load dimensions from bottom upwards
Levels 1–4: H 80, W 593, D 780 mm
Level 5: H 73, W 593, D 780 mm
• Connection for hot-air drying unit
• Magnetic strip for automatic mobile unit
recognition
• H 605, W 640, D 790 mm
E 969 insert
• For accommodating utensils
• Perforated sheet-metal plate,
7 x 7 x 3 mm
• For E 900-4/1, E 935/1, E 975/1 and
E 941 with E 945/1 module
• H 67/122, W 363, D 533 mm
E 960/1 insert 1/2
• With 20 large and 26 small spring hooks
• For wide-necked Erlenmeyer flasks and
measuring cylinders
• H 185, W 357, D 522 mm
E 963 insert 1/2
• With 33 x 3 holders for beakers, 250 ml
• H 155, W 357, D 522 mm
A 19 lid 1/2
• For E 969 insert
• Perforated sheet-metal plate,
7 x 7 x 3 mm
• H 18, W 351, D 251 mm
E 965 insert 1/2
• With 15 x 3 holders for beakers,
250–600 ml
• H 173, W 357, D 522 mm
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G 7825/G 7826 and PG 8527/PG 8528
Inserts
E 103/1 insert 1/4
• For approx. 200 test tubes,
max. 12 x 75 mm
• Subdivided into 6 areas
• Incl. A 13 cover
• Mesh size 8 x 8 mm
• H 102 (122), W 200, D 320 mm
E 104/1 insert 1/4
• As E 103, but for test tubes up to
12 x 105 mm
• Mesh size 8 x 8 mm
• H 132 (152), W 200, D 320 mm
E 149 insert 1/4
• For 80 test tubes, max. 16 x 105 mm
• Incl. lid
• 80 compartments 18 x 18 mm
• Base mesh size 8 x 8 mm
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E 105/1 insert 1/4
• As E 103, but for test tubes up to
12 x 165 mm
• Mesh size 9 x 9 mm
• H 192 (212), W 200, D 320 mm
E 139/1 insert 1/4
• As E 103, but for test tubes up to
12 x 200 mm
• Mesh size 9 x 9 mm
• H 223 (243), W 200, D 320 mm
AK 12 insert 1/2
• For funnels, beakers, wide-necked
glassware, etc.
• H 67/127, W 225, D 442 mm
A 13 lid
• Replacement for E 103/1, E 104/1,
E 105/1 and E 139/1 inserts
• Made from stainless steel
• 1 mm wire mesh
8 mm mesh size
4 mm all-round frame
A 14 lid 1/4
• For AK 12 insert
• Made from stainless steel
• 7 x 7 mm perforations, 3 mm ridge
• H 20, W 210, D 210 mm
Inserts
E 403 insert 1/2
• For 105 Petri dishes, 50–60 mm dia.
• 36 holders, spacing 9 mm
• H 35, W 200, D 445 mm
E 402 insert 1/2
• For 44 Petri dishes, 50–60 mm dia.
• 23 holders, spacing 15 mm
• H 53, W 200, D 445 mm
E 136 insert 1/1
• For 56 Petri dishes, 100 mm dia.
• 56 holders, H 70 mm
• Spacing approx. 26 mm
• H 145, W 485, D 445 mm
E 106 insert 1/2 (illustrated)
• For wide-necked glassware, measuring
beakers, etc.
• 10 spring hooks, H 175 mm
• 16 spring clips, H 105 mm,
spacing approx. 60 mm
• H 186, W 195, D 430 mm
E 109 insert 1/2 (illustrated)
• For 21 beakers up to 250 ml
• 21 x 3 spikes
• H 155, W 230, D 460 mm
E 144 insert 1/2
• For 18 beakers up to 250 ml
• 18 x 3 spikes
• H 131, W 200, D 445 mm
E 106/1 insert 1/2
• 26 spring hooks, H 105 mm,
spacing approx. 60 mm
• H 116, W 195, D 410 mm
E 106/2 insert 1/2
• 13 spring hooks, H 175 mm,
spacing approx. 85 mm
• H 186, W 180, D 420 mm
E 110 insert 1/2
• For 10 beakers, 250 to 600 ml
• 10 x 3 spikes
• H 175, W 230, D 460 mm
E 111 insert 1/2
• For 8 beakers, 600 to 1000 ml
• 8 x 3 spikes
• H 205, W 230, D 460 mm
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G 7825/G 7826 and PG 8527/PG 8528
Accessories
A2 1/2 cover net (illustration on left)
• 216 x 456 mm
• Plastic-coated metal frame with plastic
netting
• For 1/2 inserts
A3 1/4 cover net (illustration on right)
• 206 x 206 mm
• Plastic-coated metal frame with plastic
netting
• For 1/4 inserts
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A6 cover net 1/2
• 215 x 460 mm
• Stainless-steel frame with polypropylene
mesh (particularly stable and durable)
A 9/1 insert
• Perforated metal base
• Perforations 7 x 7 mm
• Ridge 3 mm
• For E 935-3/1, E 975-2/1 and E 901/2
• H 1, W 773, D 573 mm
E 336 injector sleeve MIBO
• For pipettes (max. length 445 mm) in
injector mobile units
• Plastic, with screw fitting
• Ø 11 mm
• Length 121 mm
E 352 injector nozzle • For mobile injector unit
• In conjunction with E 354
• 6 x 220 mm, screw thread
E 354 clip for nozzle • For E 352 injector nozzle
• Height-adjustable
• 6 x 220 mm
E 351 injector nozzle • For mobile injector unit
• In conjunction with E 353
• 4 x 160 mm, screw thread
E 353 clip for nozzle • For E 351 injector nozzle
• Height-adjustable
• 4 x 160 mm
E 470 injector nozzle with clip • For mobile injector unit
• 2.5 x 90 mm, screw thread
Injector nozzle with plastic support
Front row, from left
ID 160 4 x 160 mm
ID 140 4 x 140 mm
ID 110 2.5 x 110 mm
ID 90 2.5 x 90 mm
Rear row, from left
ID 240 6 x 240 mm
ID 220 6 x 220 mm
ID 200 6 x 200 mm
ID 180 4 x 180 mm
E 362 blind stopper
• M 8 x 1 thread, to close connectors on
mobile units
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Transport trolleys
MF/3 for G 7823/G 7824/G 7825/G 7826
• Trolley to simplify the handling of mobile
injector units
• Footswitch-operated height-adjustment
mechanism
• 4 lockable wheels
• H 1182, W 660, D 807 mm, +/– 100 mm
• Docking height 751 mm, +/– 100 mm
MF 27/28 for PG 8527/PG 8528
• 4 lockable wheels, Ø 100 mm,
• Both ends can dock onto machine,
tables, pass-through hatch or conveyors.
• Docking height 850, –100, + 150 mm
• H 1050, W 740, D 930 mm
• With removable drip tray
H 70, W 603, D 866 mm
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Aqua-Soft-System
Test Kit
G 8597 AquaSoft System,
Twin-tank water softener
• For continuous supply of softened water
for max. supply hardness of approx. 40°d
(7.2 mmol/l)
• H 570, W 360, D 360 mm
• Weight (excl. salt) approx. 30 kg
• Freestanding unit on castors. Filled from
top.
• Plastic outer panelling
• Throughput: Constant supply 19 l/min,
max. flow 30 l/min
• Level controlled twin-tank system
• No electrical connection required
• Equipped with 2 x 4.5 l resin-filled containers and 1 container for 20 kg of salt
• Water connection
2 pressure hoses, approx. 1.5 m,
3/4" threaded union
1 x cold or hot water, max. 70°C
Min. 1 bar flow pressure to system,
Max. static pressure 8 bar
2.5 bar min. flow pressure on machines
without softener
3.5 bar. Min. flow pressure on units with
softener
1 x connection from system to machine
2 drain hoses, approx. 1.5 m
(DN 8 for reactivation water and overflow.
Odour trap and non-return valve to be
provided on site.
• Water consumption 19 l/reactivation
cycle
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Process documentation options in laboratories
Process documentation principles
The documentation of process data represents an integral part of quality assurance.
Washing and disinfection is performed
using validatable processes, whereby validation includes the need for documentation. Proof that a validated process can be
replicated with each batch is best achieved
by recording and documenting the most
important programme parameters. To
facilitate process documentation on a PC,
Miele has cooperated with IBH Data
Technology GmbH in designing a NetBox
documentation system, tailored to the
needs of Miele washer-disinfectors.
NetBox is a proprietary and comprehensive system consisting of both hard- and
software. It allows process protocols from
up to 4 washer-disinfectors to be
processed and archived.
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Effective process documentation
system requirements
• Comprehensive system with high level of
process security, including pre-installed
and configurable software
• Manipulation-proof
• Simple operation without knowledge of
PCs
• Simple installation
• Process visualisation
• Batch-related documentation
• Load recognition
• Documented batch approval
• Long-term archiving
The building blocks of the system
• NetBox with keypad and mouse plus
cables for connection to washer-disinfectors
Optional:
• Flat screen for process visualisation and
load data capture
• Barcode scanner (with connection lead
or wireless using Bluetooth technology)
to simplify machine operation and load
data capture
• RFID transponder as alternative to
barcode system
• Network cable if documentation is to be
installed in a network
Load assignment, data storage and archiving
NetBox protocols:
Safe and convenient
The NetBox is a complete documentation
system including pre-configured software.
The system is connected via an interface
to the washer-disinfector. The NetBox
collects all relevant process data during
washing and disinfection programmes. In
standard mode, the unit harvests data fully
automatically without any involvement on
the part of the user. This means maximum
operating safety as the NetBox provides
considerable protection against operating
errors. Once collated, process data
remains in memory; the NetBox has the
capacity to save up to 1000 batch protocols. Later, data can be saved to a network
or a storage device.
In network mode, the unit can be monitored and operated via a PC interface. A
flat-screen monitor is also available as an
optional extra to plot time/temperature
curves. This also helps visualise the data
contained in the wash protocol. A further
optional extra is a barcode scanner or
RFID transponder to facilitate the fast and
simple identification of loads. The user can
also approve or lock batches, depending
on process cycles.
As soon as data is received from a washerdisinfector a batch number is automatically
allocated and a report generated.
Depending on the machines, protocols can
contain the following parameters:
• Batch no., date and Mach. no.
• Programme name
• Programme starting and ending time and
times of individual programme blocks
• Dispenser pump (ID no.), chemical
concentration, temperature and times
• Target temperature reached
• Disinfection temperature and holding
time
• Faults (e.g. water inlet)
• Manual intervention and outages
(e.g. programme aborted, power failure)
On washer-disinfectors with Profitronic
controls, the intervals at which the
time/temperature profile is plotted (e.g.
every 5 secs.) can be defined by the user.
Clip with barcode attached to inserts
Scanning of barcode
Scanning of staff barcode after batch approval
Protocol administration
At the end of a programme, a batch protocol is added to the protocol database. All
protocols can be called up at any time to
check parameters such as Batch no.,
Mach. no., user, etc. Data records are
write-protected and cannot be modified.
All persons authorised to access the
process documentation programme are
recorded in master records as authorised
users. Access can also be password-protected. An access code determines the
access rights of a user on the system.
Evaluations
NetBox represents an integrated approach
to statistical programme evaluations.
Saved data can also be made available to
other programmes for further processing
and evaluation.
The process documentation software is
optionally available as a software-only
solution for installation on a Windows PC.
A key advantage of the NetBox in comparison to PC-based systems is the operational safety factor. NetBox process documentation also simplifies installation and
operation, requires a minimum of space, is
ventilator-free and low-cost.
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Remote trouble-shooting with Miele Remote Services
In laboratories, machine park uptime, economy and the reliability and reproducibility of
washing and disinfection results is always of
prime importance.
Miele Professional offers perfect solutions:
Miele Remote Service - an investment in the
future. An additional Remote Service Assistant module, developed by Miele, allows
service engineers to establish remote contact with Miele washer-disinfectors to diagnose faults and decide on the necessary
remedial action. This technology can be
used both to update controls and for remote
trouble-shooting. Benefits range from
analysing technical problems and modifying
individual programme parameters through to
updating entire programmes.
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The option of analysing remote data allows
remedial action to be taken faster and in a
targeted manner.
The same technology also allows error
messages to be automatically relayed by
washer-disinfectors in the field to Miele’s
service centres. As a result, Miele Remote
Service ideally complements Miele service
contracts: For greater safety and security.
Diagnosis systems designed by Miele for
remote use allow access to all relevant
control parameters on Miele washer-disinfectors.
RSA
Miele Remote Service Assistant
• Splash-proof wall-mounted housing unit
• Connection of up to 6 Miele machines via
RS 232 interface
• Ethernet connection
• Available versions:
analog, GSM, (IDSN on request)
• Dimensions:
W 217 mm, H 130 mm, D 85 mm
• Weight 650 g
Installation requirements
Appropriate telecommunication connection
boxes are required for use in an analog or
ISDN network. A sufficiently stable network
is required to operate the GSM version.
Miele service engineers can provide assistance in selecting the appropriate connection set-up.
Optimum machine uptime and
economic operation
• More effective communication when
servicing is needed
• Call avoidance (reduction in service
costs)
• Supports operating and technical staff in
resolving problems
• Targeted availability of spare parts
through remote trouble-shooting
Additional benefits of regular remote
diagnosis:
• Reduced downtimes through early-warning system
• Test protocol offers documented safety
• Reproducible results
Remote Service – Time savings
In the event of unforeseen problems, specially trained Remote Service technicians
from Miele can rapidly check the machine
status and avoid unwanted machine downtimes. Should a service call-out be needed,
the service engineer is already equipped
with valuable information on the nature and
extent of the fault.
Remote Service – Investment in the
future
Fit for the future with Remote Service.
Minor modifications through to complete
control updates ensure the latest, state-ofthe-art process technology.
Remote Service – Safety
Combining remote servicing with repair
and comprehensive maintenance contracts
affords excellent protection and peace of
mind, machine uptime and reproducible results combined with good financial forward
visibility! Miele Service is more than willing
to provide further information.
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Miele Service Pack:
Qualification of cleaning systems
In the pharmaceuticals, food-processing
and cosmetics industries, all cleaning
systems used in production, quality
assurance and R&D must be “qualified”.
Qualification involves the following:
Design Qualification (DQ), Installation
Qualification (IQ), Operation Qualification
(OQ), Performance Qualification (PQ) and,
in some cases, process validation. In all
cases, responsibility for implementing the
necessary measures lies with the equipment operator. Miele’s in-house after-sales
service operation, though, can provide
support by assuming some of the duties
incumbent on the operator. Miele’s tailored
service package covers Installation and
Operation Qualification (IQ/OQ).
Installation Qualification (IQ)
The objective of Installation Qualification is
to verify that the cleaning system and its
installation comply with the operator’s and
manufacturer’s requirements. During the IQ
inspection, Miele service engineers document, check and assess the following:
Compliance of shipment with original
order, unit configuration and condition, installation and connection to on-site utilities
and the calibration of certain measuring
systems.
Implementation
Before IQ/OQ can be performed by Miele’s
in-house service engineers the necessary
documentation must be compiled,
checked and approved by the operator for
use during the inspection. Miele service
technicians will then perform qualification
on the basis of this documentation. All the
necessary calibrated and certified test apparatus is provided by Miele.
Training of service engineers
Miele’s own service engineers are given
training covering all aspects of machine
technology (installation, programming, repair and maintenance) in regular refresher
courses. This is complemented by specialised training on the qualification of
Miele cleaning systems used in industrial
and laboratory operations. Theory and
practice are not confined to washer-disinfectors either: Miele also covers all peripheral units likely to be encountered in industrial applications (for example Miele’s Aqua
Purificator to produce demineralised water,
dispensing systems and accessories such
as mobile injector units and inserts).
Operation Qualification (OQ)
The objective of Operation Qualification is
to furnish proof that the cleaning system
meets the requirements of the operator
and the equipment manufacturer when
installed and connected. Operation Qualification documentation, inspections and
evaluation cover functions with a relevance
to safety and operation, process-related
messages and warnings, and programme
sequence.
Training of operatives and the documentation of such measures is also carried out
during Operation Qualification. This constitutes a comprehensive package comprising IQ/OQ paperwork, the services of
highly skilled and qualified service engineers and the use of calibrated, certified
test apparatus.
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Technical data
Washer-disinfectors
G 7825
G 7826
(1-door model)
(2-door barrier model)
Front-loading unit with bottom-hinged door
●
–
Barrier model with bottom-hinged doors
–
●
Single/multiple installations
●
●
Freshwater system, max. temperature 93°C
●
●
Direct mobile unit docking for cleaning and drying of lumened instruments
●
●
2 circulation pumps [Qmax. l/min]
300/400*
300/400*
Freely programmable Profitronic controls
●
●
64 programme slots
●
●
Electric door lock
●
●
Peak-load negotiation
●
●
Serial interface for process documentation
●
●
Magnetic strip for automatic mobile unit recognition
●
●
1 x cold water, 2–10 bar flow pressure (200–1000 kPa) (max. 4°dH)
●
●
1 x hot water, 2–10 bar flow pressure (200–1000 kPa) (max. 4°dH)
●
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1 x demineralised water, 2–10 bar flow pressure (200–1000 kPa)
●
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3 inlet hoses 1/2" with 3/4" threaded union
●
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Drain valve DN 50, odour trap to be fitted on site
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2 drain pumps DN 22, odour trap (optional) to be provided on site
Controls/programmes
Water supply connection
Electrical connection: Electrically heated
3 N AC 400 V 50 Hz
●
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Heating [kW]
9.0
9.0
Circulation pump [kW]
0.3/0.7*
0.3/0.7*
Total rated load without drying unit [kW]
10.0
10.0
Total rated load with drying unit [kW]
10.0
10.0
Fuse rating [A]
3 x 16
3 x 16
3 N AC 400 V 50 Hz
●
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Circulation pump [kW]
0.3/0.7*
0.3/0.7*
Total rated load without drying unit [kW]
1.65
1.65
Total rated load with drying unit [kW]
9.0
9.0
Electrical connection: Steam heating
Fuse rating [A]
3 x 16
3 x 16
Dampfanschluss G 1/2" (DN 15)
●
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Operating pressure 250–1000 kPa (electric drying unit)
●
●
Compressed air connection 600 kPa
●
●
Electrical connection: Steam/Electric heating (convertible)
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3 N AC 400 V 50 Hz
●
●
Heating [kW]
9.0
9.0
Circulation pump [kW]
0.3/0.7
0.3/0.7
Total rated load with drying unit [kW]
10.0
10.0
Fuse rating [A]
3 x 16
3 x 16
Steam connection G 1/2" (DN 15)
●
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Operating pressure 250–1000 kPa (electric drying unit)
●
●
Compressed air connection 600 kPa
●
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G 7825 and G 7826
Washer-disinfectors
G 7825
G 7826
(1-door model)
(2-door barrier model)
1x DOS 10/30 dispenser pump for liquid acidic agents
●
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1x DOS 60/30 dispenser pump for liquid detergent
●
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2x 10 l supply containers
●
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DOS 10/30 dispenser pump for neutralising agent
●
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DOS 60/30 dispenser pump for detergent/chemical disinfectant
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Dispenser systems
Connection options (retrofittable by Service)
Drying unit/side-channel compressor
Fan motor [kW]
2 x 0.9
2 x 0.9
Heater bank, depending on model [kW]
2 x 3.6
2 x 3.6
Total rated load, depending on model [kW]
9
9
Air throughput [m3]
250
250
Temperature selection in 1°C increments
60–115
60–115
Time selection in 1-minute increments
1–240
1–240
Pre-filter EU 4, filter rating > 95%, filter life 200 h
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External dimensions H incl. plinth tray [mm]
1974
1974
External dimensions H incl. plinth tray and top-box panelling [mm]
2404
2404
External dimensions W/D [mm]
900/750
900/750
Useable cabinet dimensions H/W/D [mm]
683/541/610
683/541/610
Overall cabinet dimensions H/W/D [mm]
900/567/610
900/567/610
Docking height above floor (with plinth) [mm]
850
850
Weight [kg]
360
360
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Particulate filter/HEPA filter H 13,
Filtration rate >99.992% (DIN EN 1822)/life cycle 500 h
Dimensions, weight
External casing
Stainless steel (AE)
Test certificates
VDE, VDE-EMC, DVGW, MDD CE 0366, IP X1
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Technical data
Washer-disinfectors
PG 8527
PG 8528
(1-door model)
(2-door barrier model)
Single-door model with vertical-lift door
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Through-feed unit with vertical-lift doors
–
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All-glass doors/cabinet lighting
Single/multiple installations
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Freshwater system, max. temperature 93°C
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Direct mobile unit docking for cleaning and drying of lumened instruments
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2 circulation pumps [Qmax. l/min]
400/600*
400/600*
Boiler for heating demineralised water
Controls/programmes
PROFITRONIC+, user programmable
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64 programme slots
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Electric door lock
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Peak-load negotiation
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Process documentation interface
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Magnetic strip for automatic mobile unit recognition
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Spray arm sensing
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Conductivity metering
1 x cold water, 2–10 bar flow pressure (200–1000 kPa) (max. 4°dH)
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1 x hot water, 2–10 bar flow pressure (200–1000 kPa) (max. 4°dH)
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1 x demineralised water, 1.5–10 bar flow pressure (200–1000 kPa)
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3 inlet hoses 1/2" with 3/4" threaded union
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Drain valve DN 50, odour trap to be fitted on site
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2 drain pumps DN 22, odour trap (optional) to be provided on site
3 N AC 400 V 50 Hz
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Heating Cabinet [kW]
18
18
Heating Boiler [kW]
15
15
Circulation pump [kW]
0.7/1.2*
0.7/1.2*
Total rated load without drying unit [kW]
20
20
Total rated load with drying unit [kW]
20
20
Fuse rating [A]
3 x 32
3 x 32
3 N AC 400 V 50 Hz
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Circulation pump [kW]
0.7/1.2*
0.7/1.2*
Total rated load without drying unit [kW]
2
2
Total rated load with steam-heated drying unit [kW]
10
10
Fuse rating [A]
3 x 16
3 x 16
Steam connection G 1/2" (DN 10)
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Operating pressure 250–600 kPa (steam-heated drying unit)
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Compressed air connection 600 kPa
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3 N AC 400 V 50 Hz
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Heating Cabinet [kW]
18
18
Heating Boiler [kW]
15
15
Circulation pump [kW]
0.7/1.2*
0.7/1.2*
Total rated load with drying unit [kW]
20
20
Water supply connection
Electrical connection: Electrically heated
Electrical connection: Steam heating
Electrical connection: Steam / Electric heating (convertible)
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Fuse rating [A]
3 x 32
3 x 32
Steam connection G 1/2" (DN 10)
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Operating pressure 250–100 kPa (electric drying unit)
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Compressed air connection 600 kPa
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PG 8527 and PG 8528
Washer-disinfectors
PG 8527
PG 8528 (2-türig)
(1-door model)
(2-door barrier model)
2 bellows-type pumps for detergent and neutralising agent
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2 x 10 l supply containers
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Dispensing volume control
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Max. 3 additional dispenser pumps
External dimensions H incl. plinth tray [mm]
1660
1660
External dimensions H incl. frame with drying unit [mm]
2420
2420
External dimensions W/D [mm]
1150/870
1150/870
Useable cabinet dimensions H/W/D [mm]
675/650/800
675/650/800
Overall cabinet dimensions H/W/D [mm]
860/685/800
860/685/800
Loading height above floor
850
850
Weight [kg]
408
386
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Dispenser systems
Dimensions, weight
Outer casing
Stainless steel (AE)
Test certificates
VDE, VDE-EMC, IP 20, MDD CE 0366
* Spray arms/direct docking
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= Standard,
=
Optional, – = Not available
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Miele & Cie. KG
Carl-Miele-Straße 29, 33332 Gütersloh
Postfach, 33325 Gütersloh
www.miele-professional.com
[email protected]
Miele worldwide:
AUSTRALIA
Miele Australia Pty. Ltd.
1 Gilbert Park Drive
Knoxfield, VIC, 3180
Tel. +61(0)3/97 64 71 30
Telefax +61(0)3/97 64 71 49
AUSTRIA
Miele Gesellschaft mbH.
Mielestraße 1
5071 Wals/Salzburg
Tel. +43(0)50 800-81 481
Telefax +43(0)50 800-81 429
BELGIUM
N.V. Miele S.A.
2.5 Mollem 480
Hof te Bollebeeklaan 9
1730 Mollem
Tel. +32(0)2/451.14.11
Telefax +32(0)2/451.14.14
CANADA
Miele Limited
161 Four Valley Drive
Vaughan, ON L4K 4V8
Toll free: (800) 643-5381
Tel. (905) 660-9936
Telefax (905) 532-2290
CHILE
Miele Electrodomésticos Ltda.
Av. Vitacura 3285
Vitacura
Santiago de Chile
Tel. +56 2 2077171
Telefax +56 2 2065676
CHINA
Miele Beijing Rep. Office
3W Suite 512, Oriental Plaza,
1 East Chang An Avenue
Dong Cheng District
Beijing 100738, P.R. China
Tel. +86 10 85151919
Telefax +86 10 85181797
Miele Shanghai Rep. Office
Suite 4105-06, Plaza 66
1266 Nanjing Road West
Shanghai 200040, P.R. China
Tel. +86 21 62884200
Telefax +86 21 62884100
CROATIA
Miele d.o.o.
Buzinski prilaz 32
10000 Zagreb
Tel. +385/1/66 89 000
Telefax +385/1/66 89 090
CZECH REPUBLIC
Miele spol. s.r.o.
Hneˇvkovského 81B, 61700 Brno
Tel. +420(0)5/4 35 53-1 11
Telefax +420(0)5/4 35 53-1 19
DENMARK
Miele A/S
2600 Glostrup, Erhvervsvej 2
Tel. +45 43 27 11 00
Tel. Salg/Professional
+45 43 27 15 00
Tel. Jylland +45 97 12 70 66
Telefax hovednr. +45 43 27 11 09
Telefax Salg/Professional
+45 43 27 15 09
FINLAND
Miele Oy
Porttikaari 6, 01200 Vantaa
Tel. +358(0)9/87 59 70
Telefax +358(0)9/87 59 72 99
FRANCE
Miele S.A.S.
9 avenue Albert Einstein
93151-Le Blanc-Mesnil (Paris)
Tel. +33(0)1/49 39 34 44
Telefax +33(0)1/49 39 44 37
GERMANY
Miele & Cie. KG
Carl-Miele-Straße 29
33332 Gütersloh
Tel. 0 180 220 21 21 (6 ct)*
Telefax 0 800 225 57 55
*Only in Germany
GREAT BRITAIN
Miele Co. Ltd. Fairacres
Marcham Road, Abingdon
Oxon OX14 1TW
Tel. +44(0)12 35/55 44 55
Telefax +44(0)12 35/55 44 77
GREECE
Miele Hellas GmbH
Mesogion 257
154 51 N. Psychiko-Athen
Tel. national 01/10 6 79 44 44
international 00 30/2/10 6 79 44 44
Telefax 01/10 6 79 42 09
international 00 30/2/10 6 79 42 09
HUNGARY
Miele Kft.
Alsó Törökvész út 2.
1022 Budapest
Tel. +36 (06) 1 8806-400
Telefax +36 (0) 1 8006-402
HONG KONG
Miele Hong Kong Ltd.
AIA Plaza, 24th Floor,
18 Hysan Avenue,
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Tel. +852/26101331
Telefax +852/26101013
IRELAND
Miele Ireland Ltd.
Broomhill Road
Tallaght, Dublin 24
Tel. +353(0)1/461 07 10
Telefax +353(0)1/461 07-97
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ITALY
Miele Italia S.r.l.
Strada di Circonvallazione, 27
39057 S. Michele-Appiano (BZ)
Tel. +39 04 71/66 61 11
Telefax +39 04 71/66 63 50
POLAND
Miele Sp. z. o. o.
ul. Gotarda 9
02-683 Warszawa
Tel. +48/022/5 48 40 00
Telefax +48/022/5 48 40 10
SWITZERLAND
Miele AG
Limmatstr. 4
8957 Spreitenbach
Tel. +41(0)56/4 17 20 00
Telefax +41(0)56/4 17-24 69
JAPAN
Miele Japan Corp.
E Space Tower 11F
3-6 Maruyamacho
Shibuya-ku Tokyo
150-0044 Japan
Tel. +81(3)5784-0030
Telefax +81(3)5784-0035
PORTUGAL
Miele Portuguesa, Lda.
Av. do Forte, 5
2790-073 Carnaxide
Tel. +351/21/42 48-100
Telefax +351/21/42 48-109
TURKEY
Miele Elektrikli Aletler
Dıs¸. Tic. ve Paz. Ltd. S¸ti.
Güvercin Sokak No. 10
34330 Levent-Istanbul
Tel. +90/2 12/3 25 84 40
Telefax +90/2 12/3 25 84 49
KOREA
Miele Korea Limited
Miele Haus, 607-10 Yeoksam-dong
Gangnam-gu
Seoul 135-080
Tel. +82 2 3451 9343
Telefax +82 2 3451 9399
LATVIA
Miele SIA
Kr. ValdemÇra 21–621
1010 RIGA
Tel. +371 6 7035232
Telefax +371 6 7035252
SINGAPORE
Miele Pte. Ltd.
163 Penang Road #04-02/03
Winsland House II
Singapore 238463
Tel. +65/67 35 11 91
Telefax +65/67 35 11 61
SLOVAKIA
Miele spol. s. r. o.
Plynàrenskà 1
82109 Bratislava
Tel. +421/2/53 63 37 37
Telefax +421/2/53 63 37 46
LUXEMBOURG
Miele s.à r.l.
20, Rue Christophe Plantin
2339 Luxembourg
Tel. +352/4 97 11-25
Telefax +352/4 97 11-39
MEXICO
Miele S.A. de C.V.
Av. Santa Fé 170
German Centre 0-4-2
Col. Lomas de Santa Fé
01210, México, D.F.
Tel. +52/55/85 03 98 70 and
+52/55/85 03 98 73
Telefax +52/55/85 03 98 74
NETHERLANDS
Miele Nederland B.V.
De Limiet 2, 4131 NR Vianen
Tel. +31(0)3 47/37 88 83
Telefax +31(0)3 47/37 84 29
NEW ZEALAND
Miele New Zealand Ltd.
Unit L, 10–20 Sylvia Park Road
Mt. Wellington, 1060 Auckland
Tel. +64(0)9/573 1269
Telefax +64(0)9/573 1268
NORWAY
Miele AS
Løxaveien 13
1351 Rud
Tel. +47/67 17 31 00
Telefax +47/67 17 31 10
RUSSIA
000 Miele CIS
Leningradskij Prospekt, 39A
125167 Moscow
Tel. +7(8)495 745-8992
Telefax +7(8)495 745-8680
SLOVENIA
Miele d.o.o.
Brncˇicˇeva 41 g
1000 Ljubjana
Tel. +386 (0)1563 44-80
Telefax +386 (0) 1563 44-90
SOUTH AFRICA
Miele SA (Pty) Ltd.
63 Peter Place
Bryanston 2194
Tel. +27(0)11/5 48-19 00
Telefax +27(0)11/5 48-19 35
UKRAINE
Miele LLC
Spaskaya St., 30 A
04070 Kiev
Tel. +38 (8)044 4960300
Telefax +38 (8)044 4942285
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Miele Appliances Ltd.
Gold & Diamond Park
Sheikh Zayed Road
Building No. 6,
Offices Nos. 214–220
Dubai
Tel. +971 4 3418444
Telefax +971 4 3418852
USA
Miele, Inc.
9 Independence Way
Princeton, NJ 08540
Tel. 001-800/843 72 31
Telefax 001-609/419 42 41
OTHER COUNTRIES:
Sales International
Miele & Cie. KG
Carl-Miele-Straße 29
33332 Gütersloh
Tel. +49(0)52 41-89 15 07
Telefax +49(0)52 41-89 15 00
SPAIN
Miele S.A.
Carretera de Fuencarral, 20
28108 Alcobendas (Madrid)
Tel. +34/91/6 23 20 00
Telefax +34/91/6 62 02 66
SWEDEN
Miele AB
Industrivägen 20
Box 1397
171 27 Solna
Tel. +46(0)8/5 62 29-000
Telefax +46(0)8/5 62 29-209
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