Cornelius 2232MS Service manual

Cornelius 2232MS Service manual
IMI CORNELIUS INC.
One Cornelius Place
Anoka, MN 55303–6234
Telephone (800) 238–3600
Facsimile (612) 422–3246
BEVERAGE DISPENSING SUPPORT SYSTEM ASSEMBLY (MODEL NO.
2232MS) INSTALLATION AND SERVICE MANUAL
MANFACTURED
BY
IMI CORNELIUS INC.
ANOKA, MINNESOTA 55303–1592
BEVERAGE CONTROL PANEL ASS’Y
Manual Part No. 0713
June 5, 1991
Revised: April 23, 1992
Control Code A
THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS IMPORTANT INFORMATION
This Manual must be read and understood before the installation and operation of this Equipment.
IMI Cornelius Inc. 1990–92
Printed in U.S.A.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Shipments of returned merchandise sent collect will
not be accepted. Used or discontinued equipment
will not be accepted for credit under any
circumstances. Item returned to IMI Cornelius Inc;
for credit or reimbursement, having a value of less
the 25.00 dollars will not receive credit.
Warranty Registration Data
(to be filled out by customer)
Model Number;
Serial Number;
Install Date;
Local Authorized
Service Center;
CLAIMS...In the event of shortage, notify carrier as
well as us immediately. In the event of damage,
notify carrier. We are not responsible for damage
occurring in transit, but will gladly render assistance
necessary to pursue your claim. Merchandise must
be inspected for concealed damage within 15 days of
receipt.
GENERAL WARRANTY POLICY
IMI Cornelius Inc; warrants that all equipment and
parts are free from defects in material and
workmanship under normal use and service, AS
MORE EXPRESSLY DEFINED AND LIMITED BY
SPECIFIC WARRANTIES COVERING EACH
PRODUCT.
ORDERING INFORMATION
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
PRICES...All prices are F.O.B. factory. Taxes
imposed by any present or future federal, state or
local laws, if paid by us, will be charged to purchaser.
Title and risk of loss to equipment pass to purchaser
upon delivery to carrier.
Please check the part numbers carefully when
ordering. Be sure to include: Quantity, Part. No.
Description, and How to Ship––if you have specific
routing plans.
TERMS...Terms of net thirty (30) days from date of
invoice will be gladly extended to those customers of
known and acceptable financial standing. Otherwise,
orders must be accompanied by cash. A service
charge of 11/2% per month, which is an effective
annual percentage rate of 18%, will be charged for
invoices not paid within thirty days, but in no event
will the monthly service charge exceed 1/12 of the
annual percentage rate allowable under applicable
state laws.
Note: quantity prices may be available on spare
parts. Save money by ordering larger quantities
or bulk packaging on specific items shipped
from Anoka.
Compare quality, performance and prices. Then
consolidate and simplify your ordering procedure by
ordering current service parts from IMI Cornelius Inc;
located nearest to your area.
RETURNED GOODS...Merchandise must not be
returned without prior approval or consent, which will
be given or withheld at our sole discretion. (All
returned merchandise must be sent freight
prepaid to IMI Cornelius Inc; Anoka, Minnesota).
If the merchandise is in a new, unused condition and
is in its original carton with all the original packing
and is a configuration appearing in our current
catalog, it will be accepted back (subject to prior
approval as stated above) and a credit allowed
amounting to the original selling price or current
selling price, whichever is lower, less the restocking
charge indicated below.
To reduce processing and shipping time please
submit separate orders for service parts, rather than
combine orders with equipment.
SHIPPING INFORMATION
Unless otherwise instructed, all merchandise will be
shipped as follows:
If returned goods are received by Cornelius: Within
60 days of invoice date –– 10% of applicable selling price.
Within 61–120 days of invoice date –– 20% of applicable selling price.
Over 120 days of invoice date –– 30% of applicable
selling price.
1
0–150 Lbs. (0–68 KG)
United Parcel Service
Over 150 Lbs. (68 KG)
Truck
Cornelius shall select point of origin for shipments to
give the most efficient service. Freight charges are
from manufacturing point.
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COMPLETE SERVICE
Your trained Cornelius Sales Person stands ready to serve you with ordering and technical assistance.
He can also offer you success proven merchandising ideas and placement programs that will help you to
locate Cornelius beverage equipment in retail accounts. Complete repair and installation service by factory trained personnel is available at Authorized Service Centers. Addresses are available at your request.
Spare parts may also be ordered from our Authorized
Service Centers.
HOME OFFICES AND MANUFACTURING
IMI Cornelius Inc.
One Cornelius Place
Anoka, Minnesota 55303-1592
(612) 421-6120
800-238-3600
FAX (612) 422-3255
Our 800 number access’ the nearest Distribution Center for sales assistance.
DISTRIBUTION CENTERS
NORTHWEST:
IMI Cornelius Inc.
One Selina Drive
Albany, New York 12205
(518) 869-6606
FAX 518-869-9038
800-238-3600
SOUTHEAST:
IMI Cornelius Inc.
6150-D LaGrange Blvd.
Atlanta, Georgia 30336
(404) 349-0412
FAX 404-346-7054
800-238-3600
SOUTHWEST:
IMI Cornelius Inc.
7427 Tower
Ft. Worth, Texas 76118
(817) 654-3888
FAX 817-590-9639
800-238-3600
WEST:
IMI Cornelius Inc.
2089 Burroughs Avenue
San Leandro, California 94577
(510) 351-0961
FAX 510-351-2623
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TABLE 1. SPECIFICATIONS
Model Numbers (Standard Assemblies W/O Optional Kits)
Domestic Units:
Beverage Control Panel (one carbonator) Requiring Connection to one Post-Mix Dispenser
Beverage Control Panel (two carbonator) Requiring Connection to Two Post-Mix Dispenser
1416
0516
Export Units:
Beverage Control Panel (one carbonator) Requiring Connection to One Post-Mix Dispenser
Beverage Control Panel (two carbonator) Requiring Connection to Two Post-Mix Dispenser
1548
0187
Overall Dimension:
Width
50.5 inches (12.827 M)
Height
91 inches (23.114 M)
Depth
19.5 inches (495.3 MM)
Shipping Weights (approximate):
Beverage Control Panel (one carbonator)
363 Pounds (164.7 KG)
Beverage Control Panel (two carbonator)
395 Pounds (179.17 KG)
Water Pressure Requirements (see note)
45 to 75–PSI (3.10 to 5.17 BARS)
Ambient Operating Temperature
40F (4.44C) to 100F (37.8C)
Carbonators Electrical Requirements:
Domestic:
Operating Voltage
115VAC, 60HZ
Current Draw
6.8 Amps
Export:
Operating Voltage
230VAC, 50 HZ
Current Draw
3.3 Amps
Note: If plain water source pressure is above 75–PSI (5.17 Bars), optional Water Pressure Regulator Kit
must be installed and adjusted to 75–PSI (5.17 Bars). If water source pressure is consistently less than
45–PSI (3.10 Bars), the Optional Water Pressure Booster Kit must be installed in the system. The
Booster Kit will boost water pressure from 50 to 70–PSI (3.45 to 4.83 Bars).
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INSTALLATION
This manual is intended to assist the installer and
service personnel in the installation, operation, and
maintenance procedures to be performed on the
Beverage Control Panel Assembly (see Figure 1 and
applicable Figure 3, 4, 5, or 6).
If your Beverage Control Panel Assembly is
equipped with either or both the optional air
compressor kit or the water pressure booster kit,
dedicated properly grounded electrical outlets with
proper electrical requirements must also be located
close to the Beverage Control Panel Assembly
installation location to provide electrical power.
The Beverage Control Panel Assembly is designed
to filter, pressure regulator, and distribute plain and
carbonated water, CO2 gas, and syrup to the
Post–Mix Beverage Dispenser or dispensers and
various other equipment connected to the system.
No other electrical equipment should be connected to
these electrical circuits. ALL ELECTRICAL WIRING
MUST CONFORM TO NATIONAL AND LOCAL
ELECTRICAL CODES.
Table 2. Loose-Shipped Parts
NOTE: The Beverage Control Panel Assembly is
manufactured in America and has American
sizes on the hardware. All metric conversion are
approximate and vary in size.
Item
No.
NOTE: The Beverage Control Panel Assembly
was thoroughly inspected before leaving the
factory and the carrier has accepted and signed
for it. Any damage or irregularities should be
noted at the time of delivery (or not later than 15
days from date of deliver) and immediately
reported to the delivering carrier. Request a
written inspection report from Claims Inspector
to substantiate any necessary claim. File claim
with the delivering carrier, not with IMI Cornelius
Inc.
Part No.
Name
Qty.
1
300894–000
Water Surge Tank
1
2
300893–000
Strap, Surge Tank
1
3
300912
Tube Ass’y, .375 I.D.
By 56–in long
1
4
311304
Tapered Gasket,
Black
4
5
0590
Elbow Ass’y, Surge
Tank
1
INSTALLING WATER SURGE TANK (ITEM 1)
ON BEVERAGE CONTROL PANEL
ASSEMBLY
INSTALLING POST–MIX DISPENSER(S)
NOTE: It is suggested for ease of assembly, that
the loose–shipped WATER SURGE TANK (item 1)
be installed on the Beverage Control Panel
Assembly upper frame before the Panel
Assembly is set upright and fastened to the wall.
Refer to manual(s) provided with the Post–Mix
Dispenser(s) for installation instructions, then install
Dispenser(s) in operating location(s).
1. Install ELBOW ASS’Y SURGE TANK (item 5) in
top of WATER SURGE TANK (item 1) as shown
in Figure 17. Seal pipe thread connection with
pipe sealing compound.
INSTALLING BEVERAGE CONTROL
PANEL ASSEMBLY
Your Beverage Control Panel Assembly may be
equipped with one or more of the optional kits as
shown in Figure 2. Figure 1 shows the standard
Beverage Control Panel Assembly with no optional
kits and Figure 2 shows the panel assembly with
optional kits installed.
2. Refer to applicable Figure 1 or 2 for water surge
tank location on Beverage Control Panel
Assembly upper frame, then remove two
self–drilling screws from frame.
NOTE: A dedicated and properly grounded
electrical outlet with proper electrical
requirements must be located close to the
Beverage Control Panel Assembly installation
location to provide electrical power to
(depending upon Beverage Control Panel Model
Number) one or two carbonators.
4. Place STRAP, SURGE TANK (item 2) in
position around water surge tank and align
holes in strap with holes in frame where two
self–drilling screws were removed.
3. Position water surge tank in position on
Beverage Control Panel Assembly.
5. Secure strap to frame with two self–drilling
screws removed in step 2) preceding.
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6. Connect one end of TUBE ASS’Y (item 33) to
water surge tank elbow assembly 3/8–inch flare
(5/8–18) fitting as shown in applicable Figure 3,
4, 5, or 6. Seal connection with TAPERED
GASKET, BLACK (item 4).
CONNECTING SUGAR–BASE SYRUP TANKS
CO2 LINES TO BEVERAGE CONTROL
PANEL ASSEMBLY CO2 MANIFOLD
(see Figure 7)
1. Using .265 I.D. tubing, fittings, gas quick
disconnects, and tubing clamps, provided in the
installation kit, make up three gas lines to be
connected between the CO2 manifold and the
sugar–base syrup tanks.
7. Connect other end of tube assembly to water
manifold assembly 3/8–inch flare (5/8–18) fitting
on water filter assembly (see applicable Figure
3, 4, 5, or 6). Seal connection with TAPERED
GASKET, BLACK (item 4).
2. Connect three gas lines swivel nut ends to CO2
check valves on Beverage Control Panel
Assembly CO2 manifold. Seal connections with
white tapered gaskets.
FASTENING BEVERAGE CONTROL
PANEL ASSEMBLY TO WALL
CONNECTING DIET SYRUP TANK CO2 LINE
TO BEVERAGE CONTROL PANEL
ASSEMBLY DIET SYRUP CO2 REGULATOR.
WARNING: The Beverage Control
Panel Assembly must be securely
fastened to the wall before
connecting the assembly into the system.
The Beverage Control Panel Assembly must
be fastened to the wall with six fasteners
provided by the Installer) and each fastener
must be capable of resisting a 200 pound
(90.7 KG) pull. Be very careful when handling
the assembly as it is very top heavy and
could fall and cause serious personal injury
and also equipment damage.
(see Figure 7)
3. Using .265 I.D. tubing, fittings, gas quick
disconnect, and tubing clamps, make up one
gas line to be connected between the Beverage
Control Panel Assembly diet–syrup tank.
4. Connect swivel nut end of gas line to check
valve on outlet of the diet–syrup tank CO2
regulator. Seal connection with white tapered
gasket.
CONNECTING BEVERAGE CONTROL
PANEL ASSEMBLY TO POST–MIX
DISPENSER(S) AND OTHER EQUIPMENT TO
BE CONNECTED TO THE SYSTEM
Refer to instructions in previous WARNING note and
secure Beverage Control Panel Assembly to wall as
follows:
(see Figure 7)
1. Very carefully, lay panel assembly upper frame
over on its back side. Slide telescoping lower
frame up on panel assembly upper frame.
2. Very carefully, lift Beverage Control Panel
Assembly up and place in position up against
wall.
NOTE: The syrup, plain and carbonated water
and CO2 lines to the Post–Mix Dispenser(s) and
various other equipment at the installation site
may be routed overhead or through a floor chase
from the Beverage Control Panel Assembly.
MAKE SURE ALL LINES ARE LABELED FOR
IDENTIFICATION.
3. Using screw adjusters on bottoms of Legs,
adjust until Control Panel Assembly sits level.
Refer to manual(s) provided with the Post–Mix
Dispenser(s) to connect plain water, carbonated
water, and syrup lines to the Dispenser(s).
4. Secure Control Panel Assembly to wall with six
fasteners provided by the installer.
Center–Island Installation with Optional Syrup Tanks
Hookup (see Figure NO TAG)
5. Using .156 I.D. tubing provided in installation kit,
connect one end of tubing to vented double
check valve (see applicable Figure 3, 4, 5, or 6),
then route other end of tubing to a permanent
floor drain.
Connect CO2, plain water, carbonated water, and
syrup lines between Beverage Control Panel
Assembly, the Post–Mix Dispenser, and other
equipment to be connected to the system. Optional
syrup tanks Kit (P/N 0673) is used to connect four
syrup tanks into system.
6. Fasten tubing to frame assembly with wire ties
provided in installation kit.
Connect insulated plain water line between plain
water line connected to Post–Mix Dispenser cold
plate and the Orange Juice Dispenser.
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2. Make sure all shutoff valves on water manifold
assembly and water filter assembly are in
‘‘OFF’’ position.
Center–Island and Second Dispenser Installation
with Optional Syrup Tanks Hookup (see Figure
NO TAG)
Connect CO2, plain water, carbonated water, and
syrup lines between Beverage Control Panel
Assembly, the Post–Mix Dispensers, and other
equipment to be connected to the system. Optional
Syrup Tanks Kit (P/N 0673) is used to connect four
syrup tanks into the system.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT operate carbonator(s)
water pump(s) or water pressure booster system
(if applicable) water pump with no water in the
system. Operating pumps dry will cause damage
to the pumps which will void their factory
warranty.
Connect insulated plain water line between plain
water line connected to Post–Mix Dispenser cold
plate and the Orange Juice Dispenser.
3. Connect plain water source line, meeting
requirements of preceding NOTE, to Beverage
Control Panel Assembly.
Center–Island Installation with Bulk Syrup Tank
Hookup (see Figure NO TAG).
4. Open Beverage Control Panel Assembly plain
water source shutoff valve.
Connect CO2, plain water, carbonated water, and
syrup lines between Beverage Control Panel
Assembly, the Post–Mix Dispenser, and other
equipment to be connected to the system.
5. Beverage Control Panel Assembly equipped
with Everpure water filters (see applicable
Figure 3 or 5).
A.
Connect length of garden hose to FILTER
‘‘ACTIVATION VALVE,’’ then route hose to
a permanent drain.
B.
Open ‘‘ACTIVATION VALVE’’ and allow
approximately 28–gallons of water to flow
through the water filters, then close valve.
Connect insulated plain water line between plain
water line connected to Post–Mix Dispenser cold
plate and the Orange Juice Dispenser.
Center–Island and Second Dispenser Installation
with Bulk Syrup Tank Hookup (see Figure NO TAG).
Connect CO2, plain water, carbonated water and
syrup lines between Beverage Control Panel
Assembly, the Post–Mix Dispensers, and other
equipment to be connected to the system.
6. Standard Installation (see Figure 7).
WARNING: CO2 Displaces Oxygen.
Strict Attention must be observed in
the prevention of CO2 (carbon
dioxide) gas leaks in the entire CO2 and soft
drink system. If a CO2 gas leak is suspected,
particularly in a small area, immediately
ventilate the contaminated area before
attempting to repair the leak. Personnel
exposed to high concentration of CO2 gas
will experience tremors which are followed
rapidly by loss of consciousness and
suffocation.
Connect insulated plain water line between plain
water line connected to Post–Mix Dispenser cold
plate and the Orange Juice Dispenser.
PREPARATION FOR OPERATION
BEVERAGE CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY
NOTE: The Beverage Control Panel Assembly
must be connected to a water source with water
pressure between 45 and 75–PSI (3.10 and 5.17
Bars). If water pressure is over 75–PSI (5.17
Bars), an Optional Water Pressure Regulator Kit
(P/N 300919–00) must be installed. If plain water
source is below 45–PSI (3.10 Bars), an Optional
Water Pressure Booster Kit must be installed in
the system to boost water pressure to 75–PSI
(5.17 Bars).
Connect bulk CO2 tank CO2 supply line to barbed
fitting on CO2 manifold. Secure connection with
tubing clamp.
Installation employing the optional high–pressure
CO2 Regulator Assembly Kit (P/N 0708) (see Figure
7)
IMPORTANT: DO NOT operate (if applicable) the
Optional Water Pressure Booster water pump
with no water connected to the Beverage Control
Panel Assembly. Operating water pump dry will
void its factory warranty.
WARNING: To avoid personal injury
and/or property damage, always
secure CO2 cylinders with safety
chain to prevent them from falling over.
Should the valve become accidentally
damaged of broken off, CO2 cylinder can
cause serious personal injury.
1. Install loose–shipped water filter cartridges on
water filter assembly.
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A.
Locate two full CO2 cylinders in upright
positions next to the CO2 mounting
bracket. Fasten CO2 cylinders with safety
chain.
B.
Connect two CO2 lines from Beverage
Control Panel Assembly two primary CO2
regulators to the CO2 cylinders.
7. Installation employing the Optional Water
PressureBooster System Kit (see applicable
Figure 3, 4, 5, or 6)
Note service valve on bottom of the Water Pressure
Booster System Water Tank. The water tank must be
pressurized with 40 5–PSI (2.76 .34 Bars) of
commercially dry air, CO2, or nitrogen gas through
the water tank service valve before putting system
into operation.
9. System Connected to Bulk CO2 Supply (see
Figure 7)
B.
Adjust CO2 regulator on bulk CO2 tank to
105–PSI (7.24 Bars). Pull up on
carbonators tanks relief valves for
approximately two seconds to bleed air
from tanks.
C.
D.
Adjust secondary CO2 regulator assembly
CO2 regulator with 100–PSI (6.9 Bars)
gauge for sugar–base syrup tanks to
60–PSI (4.14 Bars).
D.
Adjust diet syrup tank CO2 regulator with
30–PSI (2.07 Bars) gauge on secondary
CO2 regulator assembly to 12–PSI (.83
Bars).
12. Open all plain water shutoff valves on Beverage
Control Panel Assembly.
13. Check entire system for syrup, CO2 gas, and
plain and carbonated water leaks. Repair if
leaks are evident.
14. Plug carbonator(s) and Water Pressure Booster
system (if applicable) power cords into electrical
outlets.
Adjust sugar–base syrup tanks CO2
regulator with 100–PSI (6.9 Bars) gauge on
secondary CO2 regulator assembly to
60–PSI (4.14 Bars).
15. If Optional Air Compressor Kit is being used and
it is desired to operate with compressed air
rather than CO2 gas pressure.
Adjust diet syrup tank CO2 regulator with
30–PSI (2.07 Bars) gauge on secondary
CO2 regulator Assembly to 12–PSI (.83
Bars).
10. System connected to two fifty pound CO2
cylinders (see Figure 7).
A.
C.
IMPORTANT: Even though sanitizing procedure
has been performed on syrup systems during
initial installation a temporary new tubing plastic
off–taste of dispensed product may occur. If this
off–taste should occur, prepare a solution of
citric acid in proportion as instructed on the
citric acid packaging. Pump citric acid solution
through the syrup systems and all carbonated
and plain water tubes installed as part of the
system. Thoroughly flush syrup systems and all
carbonated and plain water tubes with plain
water to make sure all citric acid has been
removed.
Note service valve on bottom of the water surge
tank. The water surge tank must be pressurized with
12 2–PSI (.83 .14 Bars) of commercially dry air,
CO2, or nitrogen gas through the water tank service
valve before putting system into operation.
Open shutoff valve on bulk CO2 tank.
Adjust two Primary CO2 regulators to
105–PSI (7.24 Bars). Pull up on
carbonator(s) tank(s) relief valve(s) for
approximately two seconds to bleed air
from tanks.
11. The Post–Mix Dispenser(s) and entire syrup
systems should be sanitized as instructed in
manual(s) provided with Dispenser(s) before
syrup is connected into the systems.
8. Water Surge Tank (see applicable Figure 3, 4,
5,, or 6)
A.
B.
A.
Plug air compressor power cord into
electrical outlet.
B.
Place CO2/air switchover valve (see Figure
7) in air position.
16. Refer to manual(s) provided with the
Dispenser(s) to put Dispenser(s) into operation.
Operate all dispensing valves to bleed all air
from plain and carbonated water systems.
Open CO2 cylinders valves slightly to allow
lines to slowly fill with gas, then open
valves fully to back seat valve.
Back–seating valve prevents leakage
around valve shaft.
17. Standard Installation Connected to Bulk Syrup
Tanks (see Figure 7)
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A.
Connect bulk syrup tank into system.
B.
Connect three other flavors syrup tanks
into syrup systems.
CHECKING ENTIRE SYSTEM FOR
SYRUP, CO2 GAS, AND PLAIN AND
CARBONATED WATER LEAKS
Check entire system for syrup, CO2 gas, and plain
and carbonated water leaks and repair if evident.
18. Installation Using Optional Syrup Tank Kit
(P/N 0673) (see Figure 7.)
A.
Connect four syrup tanks into syrup
systems.
B.
Connect three other flavors syrup tanks
into syrup systems.
SEALING ENDS OF FLOOR CHASE (IF
APPLICABLE)
1. Pack ends of floor chase with paper to within
approximately six–inches from the top.
2. Seal ends of floor chase with plaster of paris
which may be purchased at a local building
materials store.
19. Operate all Dispenser(s) dispensing valves to
bleed all air from syrup systems.
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*BEVERAGE CONTROL PANEL MODEL 0817
AND 0516 ARE EQUIPPED WITH TWO CARBONATOR ASSEMBLIES. MODEL 1416 AND
1548 ARE EQUIPPED WITH ONE CARBONATOR ASSEMBLY.
WATER SYSTEM
SURGE TANK
SECONDARY CO2
REGULATOR PANEL ASS’Y
CO2 SWITCHOVER
VALVE
CARBONATOR
ASS’Y(2)
PLUG
FIGURE 1. STANDARD BEVERAGE CONTROL PANEL ASS’Y
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PRESSURE SWITCH
WATER PRESSURE
BOOSTER SYSTEM
WATER TANK
WATER
SURGE TANK
OPTIONAL WATER
PRESSURE BOOSTER
KIT
OPTIONAL PRIMARY
CO2 REGULATOR
ASS’Y KIT
OPTIONAL AIR
COMPRESSOR KIT
OPTIONAL SYRUP
TANKS KIT
OPTIONAL WATER
PRESSURE
REGULATOR KIT
FIGURE 2. BEVERAGE CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY
(WITH ALL OPTIONAL KITS INSTALLED)
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OPTIONAL WATER
PRESSURE BOOSTER KIT
LINE LEGEND
PLAIN WATER
CARBONATED WATER
SHUTOFF
VALVE
PRESSURE
SWITCH
CHECK
VALVE
WATER
SURGE TANK
WATER PUMP
(90–GPH) (341–LPH)
WATER
TANK
SERVICE
VALVE
SERVICE
VALVE
TO POST–MIX
DISPENSER
CARBONATED
WATER TANK
WATER PUMP
CARBONATOR
DOUBLE VENTED
CHECK VALVE(2)
CAPPED
WATER PRESSURE
GAUGE
SHUTOFF
STANDARD
VALVE(7)
TUBE ASS’Y
(SEE NOTE)
NOTE: THIS TUBE ASS’Y IS
CONNECTED WHEN OPTIONAL
WATER PRESSURE BOOSTER
KIT IS NOT USED.
COFFEE
MACHINE/SEASONAL
DRINKS
FILTER
ACTIVATION
VALVE
WATER
PRESSURE
GAUGE
WATER PRESSURE
REGULATOR OPTIONAL
WATER SHUTOFF
VALVE
WATER PRESSURE
REGULATOR
(12–PSI) (.8–BARS)
FILET BUN
STEAMER
TO POST–MIX
DISPENSER
FINE FILTERS
(TASTE AND ODOR)
(F2)
PLAIN WATER
SOURCE
(45 TO 75– PSI)
(3.1 TO 5.1 –BARS)
PRE
FILTER
(F1)
PHOSPHATE
FEEDER (F3)
ICE
MACHINE
FIGURE 3. PLAIN AND CARBONATED WATER SYSTEMS FLOW DIAGRAM
W/EVERPURE WATER FILTERS (MODELS 1416 AND 1548)
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OPTIONAL WATER
PRESSURE BOOSTER KIT
SHUTOFF
VALVE
LINE LEGEND
PLAIN WATER
CARBONATED WATER
PRESSURE
SWITCH
CHECK
VALVE
WATER
SURGE TANK
WATER PUMP
(90–GPH) (341–LPH)
WATER
TANK
SERVICE
VALVE
SERVICE
VALVE
TO POST–MIX
DISPENSER
CARBONATED
WATER TANK
WATER PUMP
CARBONATOR
DOUBLE VENTED
CHECK VALVE(2)
CAPPED
WATER PRESSURE
GAUGE
NOTE: THIS TUBE ASS’Y IS
CONNECTED WHEN OPTIONAL
WATER PRESSURE BOOSTER
KIT IS NOT USED.
COFFEE
MACHINE/SEASONAL
DRINKS
SHUTOFF
VALVE(7)
WATER PRESSURE
REGULATOR OPTIONAL
WATER
PRESSURE
GAUGE
WATER PRESSURE
REGULATOR
(12–PSI)
(.8–BARS)
FILET BUN
STEAMER
STANDARD
TUBE ASS’Y
(SEE NOTE)
TO POST–MIX
DISPENSER
FINE
FILTER
TASTE/ODOR
FILTER
PRE
FILTER
(F1)
WATER SHUTOFF
VALVE
PLAIN WATER
SOURCE
(45 TO 75– PSI)
(3.1 TO 5.1 –BARS)
ICE
ICE MAKER
FEEDER FILTER MACHINE
FIGURE 4. PLAIN AND CARBONATED WATER SYSTEMS FLOW DIAGRAM
W/CUNO WATER FILTERS (MODELS 1416 AND 1548)
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OPTIONAL WATER
PRESSURE BOOSTER KIT
SHUTOFF
VALVE
LINE LEGEND
PLAIN WATER
CARBONATED WATER
NOTE: THIS TUBE ASS’Y IS
CONNECTED WHEN OPTIONAL
WATER PRESSURE BOOSTER
KIT IS NOT USED.
PRESSURE
SWITCH
CHECK
VALVE
WATER
SURGE TANK
WATER PUMP
(90–GPH) (341–LPH)
WATER
TANK
SERVICE
VALVE
SERVICE
DOUBLE VENTED VALVE
CHECK VALVE(2)
TO POST–MIX
DISPENSER
CARBONATED
WATER TANK
WATER PUMP
CARBONATOR
CARBONATOR
WATER PRESSURE
GAUGE
SHUTOFF
VALVE(7)
STANDARD
TUBE ASS’Y
(SEE NOTE)
COFFEE
MACHINE/SEASONAL
DRINKS
FILTER
ACTIVATION
VALVE
WATER
PRESSURE
GAUGE
WATER PRESSURE
REGULATOR OPTIONAL
WATER SHUTOFF
VALVE
WATER PRESSURE
REGULATOR
(12–PSI) (.8–BARS)
FILET BUN
STEAMER
TO POST–MIX
DISPENSER
FINE FILTERS
(TASTE AND ODOR)
(F2)
PLAIN WATER
SOURCE
(45 TO 75– PSI)
(3.1 TO 5.1 –BARS)
PRE
FILTER
(F1)
PHOSPHATE
FEEDER (F3)
ICE
MACHINE
FIGURE 5. PLAIN AND CARBONATED WATER SYSTEMS FLOW DIAGRAM
W/EVERPURE WATER FILTERS (MODELS 0187 AND 0516)
13
0713
OPTIONAL WATER
PRESSURE BOOSTER KIT
SHUTOFF
VALVE
LINE LEGEND
PLAIN WATER
CARBONATED WATER
PRESSURE
SWITCH
CHECK
VALVE
WATER
SURGE TANK
WATER PUMP
(90–GPH) (341–LPH)
NOTE: THIS TUBE ASS’Y IS
CONNECTED WHEN OPTIONAL
WATER PRESSURE BOOSTER
KIT IS NOT USED.
SERVICE
VALVE
WATER
TANK
SERVICE
DOUBLE VENTED VALVE
CHECK VALVE(2)
TO POST–MIX
DISPENSER
CARBONATED
WATER TANK
WATER PUMP
CARBONATOR
CARBONATOR
WATER PRESSURE
GAUGE
SHUTOFF
VALVE(7)
COFFEE
MACHINE/SEASONAL
DRINKS
WATER PRESSURE
REGULATOR OPTIONAL
WATER
PRESSURE
GAUGE
WATER PRESSURE
REGULATOR
(12–PSI) (.8–BARS)
FILET BUN
STEAMER
TO POST–MIX
DISPENSER
STANDARD
TUBE ASS’Y
(SEE NOTE)
FINE
FILTER
TASTE/ODOR
FILTER
WATER SHUTOFF
VALVE
PLAIN WATER SOURCE
(45 TO 75– PSI)
(3.1 TO 5.1 –BARS)
PRE
FILTER
(F1)
ICE
ICE MAKER
FEEDER FILTER MACHINE
FIGURE 6. PLAIN AND CARBONATED WATER SYSTEMS FLOW DIAGRAM
W/CUNO WATER FILTERS (MODELS 0187 AND 0516)
14
0713
AIR COMPRESSOR KIT (OPTIONAL)
CONDENSATION
DRAIN TUBE
CONDENSATION
TANK
CONNECT TO CARBONATORS
CO2 REGULATOR ASS’Y
KIT (OPTIONAL)
TO CO2 CYLINDER
CO2/AIR CHANGEOVER
VALVE
SUGAR BASED SYRUP
(60–PSI) (4.14 BARS)
DIET SYRUP
(12–PSI) (.83 BARS
CO2 CHECK VALVE
SYRUP TANK KIT (OPTIONAL)
CO2/AIR CHANGEOVER
VALVE
BULK CO2 TANK CONNECTION
(STANDARD INSTALLATION)
CONNECT
TO
DISPENSING
STATIONS
SHAKE
MACHINE
DIET
FINE FILTER
SPRITE
AIR PRESSURE
REGULATOR
AND COURSE
FILTER
ORANGE
TO
DISPENSERS
CO2/AIR CHANGEOVER
VALVE
FROM BULK
SYRUP TANK
(STANDARD
INSTALLATION)
*THE STANDARD INSTALLATION EMPLOYS
THE USE OF A BULK SYRUP TANK WHICH
IS CONNECTED TO FOUR OF THE DISPENSERS
SYRUP INLET LINES. OPTIONAL SYRUP TANKS
KIT PROVIDES THE MEANS TO CONNECT FOUR
SYRUP TANKS INSTEAD OF THE BULK SYRUP
TANK.
LINE LEGEND
CO2/AIR
SYRUP
FIGURE 7. CO2/AIR AND SYRUP SYSTEMS FLOW DIAGRAM
15
0713
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
16
11
12
13
14
15
16
0713
COKE
BULK
TANK
FIGURE 8. CONNECTION DIAGRAM (CENTER–ISLAND INSTALLATION WITH OPTIONAL SYRUP TANKS HOOKUP)
COKE
COKE
COKE
COKE
ORANGE
DIET
SPRITE
17
CONN
NBR
1
2
3
4
5
17
6
7
8
Part No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
CONN
NBR
9
770409000
3/8 Swivel - 3/8 Barb Elbow
1
311304000
Gasket
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
770695000
1/2 x 3/8 x 3/8 Barb Tee
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
4
319681000
210 Oeitker Clamp
2
11
176206000
1/2 Nut
1
12
176205000
1/2 x 3/8 Stem
311304000
Gasket
309852000
Part No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
770403000
3/8 x 3/8 Barb Splice
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
4
770621000
3/8 x 1/4 x 1/4 Barb Tee
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
4
Installer Supplied
1
770305000
3/8 Swivel Hose Barb
1
1
770301000
3/8 Swivel Nut
1
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
170 Oeitker Clamp
4
311304000
Gasket
1
770105000
1/4 Swivel Hose Stem
1
274244000
Gas QD Slot !/4 Barb
1
770101000
1/4 Swivel Nut
1
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
2
10
13
14
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
2
274212000
Syrup QD 1/4 Flare
1
178025100
Gasket
1
770465000
1/4 Flare x 3/8 Barb
1
770304000
1/4 x 3/8 Swivel Hose Stem
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
770301000
3/8 Swivel Nut
1
770402000
1/4 x 1/4 Barb Splice
1
311304000
Gasket
1
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
4
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
2
16
770699000
1/2 x 1/2 x 3/8 Barb Tee
2
17
274212000
Syrup QD 1/4 Flare
1
770423000
1/2 x 3/8 Barb Splice
1
770465000
1/4 FFL x 3/8 Barb
1
319681000
210 Oeitker Clamp
10
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
6
311035000
Strainer
1
770407000
3/8 x 1/4 Barb Splice
1
770750010
1/4 MFL to 1/4 MPT
2
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
4
310822000
1/4 FFL to 1/4 FFl
1
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
2
178025100
Gasket
2
770607000
3/8 x 3/8 1/4 Barb Tee
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
4
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
2
15
Installer Supplied
0713
1
coke
orange
coke
3
4
1
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
18
17
18
partnum
FIGURE 9. CONNECTION DIAGRAM (CENTER–ISLAND AND SECOND DISPENSER
WITH OPTIONAL SYRUP TANKS HOOKUP
COKE
BULK
TANK
COKE
COKE
COKE
COKE
COKE
ORANGE
DIET
SPRITE
19
diet
sprite
coke
2
6
CONN
NBR
1
2
3
4
5
19
6
7
8
Part No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
CONN
NBR
9
770409000
3/8 Swivel -///8 Barb Elbow
1
311304000
Gasket
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
770695000
1/2 x 3/8 x 3/8 Barb Tee
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
4
319681000
210 Oeitker Clamp
2
11
176206000
1/2 Swivel Nut
1
12
176205000
Swivel Barb
311304000
Gasket
309852000
Part No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
770403000
3/8 x 3/8 Barb Splice
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
4
770621000
3/8 x 1/4 x 1/4 Barb Tee
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
4
Installer Supplied
1
176025000
3/8 Swivel Hose Barb
1
1
311242000
3/8 Swivel Nut
1
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
311304000
Gasket
1
770104000
1/4 Swivel Hose Stem
1
274244000
Gas QD Slot 1/4 Barb
1
176017000
1/4 Swivel Nut
1
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
2
10
13
14
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
2
274212000
Syrup QD 1/4 Flare
1
178025100
Gasket
1
770465000
1/4 Flare x 3/8 Barb
1
176271000
1/4 x 3/8 Swivel Hose Stem
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
311242000
3/8 Swivel Nut
1
770699000
1/2 x 1/2 x 3/8 Barb Tee
1
311304000
Gasket
1
770423000
1/2 x 3/8 Barb Splice
1
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
2
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
4
770699000
1/2 x 1/2 x 3/8 Barb Tee
2
319681000
210 Oeitker Clamp
6
770423000
1/2 x 3/8 Barb Splice
1
770402000
1/4 x 1/4 Barb Splice
1
319681000
210 Oeitker Clamp
10
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
4
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
6
17
770407000
3/8 x 1/4 Barb Splice
1
18
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
770607000
15
16
Installer Supplied
274212000
Syrup QD 1/4 Flare
1
4
770465000
1/4 FFL x 3/8 Barb
1
2
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
3/8 x 3/8 x 1/4 Barb Tee
1
311035000
Strainer
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
4
770750010
1/4 MFL to 1/4 MPT
2
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
2
310822000
1/4 FFL to 1/4 FFL
1
178025100
Gasket
2
0713
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
20
16
17
ORANGE
DIET
partnum
SPRITE
18
FIGURE 10. CONNECTION DIAGRAM (CENTER–ISLAND INSTALLATION
WITH BULK SYRUP TANK HOOKUP)
SYRUP
BULK
TANK
CONN
NBR
1
2
3
4
5
21
6
7
8
9
Part No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
CONN
NBR
10
770409000
3/8 Swivel -///8 Barb Elbow
1
311304000
Gasket
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
770695000
1/2 x 3/8 x 3/8 Barb Tee
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
319681000
210 Oeitker Clamp
176206000
1/2 Swivel Nut
1
12
176205000
Swivel Barb
1
13
311304000
Gasket
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
770104000
1/4 Swivel Hose Stem
1
176017000
1/4 Swivel Nut
1
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
2
178025100
Gasket
1
770304000
1/4 x 3/8 Swivel Hose Stem
1
311242000
3/8 Swivel Nut
1
311304000
Gasket
1
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
2
770699000
1/2 x 1/2 x 3/8 Barb Tee
2
17
770423000
1/2 x 3/8 Barb Splice
1
18
319681000
210 Oeitker Clamp
10
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
6
770407000
3/8 x 1/4 Barb Splice
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
4
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
2
770607000
3/8 x 3/8 x 1/4 Barb Tee
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
4
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
2
770403000
3/8 x 3/8 Barb Splice
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
4
Part No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
770621000
3/8 x 1/4 x 1/4 Barb Tee
1
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
2
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
4
770807020
1/2 Flare x 3/8 Barb Adapter
1
4
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
2
178025000
Gasket
1
Installer Supplied
1
176025000
3/8 Swivel Hose Barb
1
311242000
3/8 Swivel Nut
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
311304000
Gasket
1
274244000
Gas QD Slot 1/4 Barb
1
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
2
274212000
Syrup QD 1/4 Flare
1
770465000
1/4 Flare x 3/8 Barb
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
770402000
1/4 x 1/4 Barb Splice
1
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
4
11
14
15
16
19
Installer Supplied
770609000
3/8 x 3/8 x 3/8 Barb Tee
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
6
274212000
Syrup QD 1/4 Flare
1
770465000
1/4 FFL x 3/8 Barb
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
311035000
Strainer
1
770750010
1/4 MFL to 1/4 MPT
2
310822000
1/4 FFL to 1/4 FFL
1
178025100
Gasket
2
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
22
17
18
19
partnum
FIGURE 11. CONNECTION DIAGRAM (CENTER–ISLAND AND SECOND DISPENSER
INSTALLATION WITH BULK SYRUP TANK HOOKUP)
diet
sprite
coke
coke
orange
coke
1
CONN
NBR
1
2
3
4
5
23
6
7
8
9
Part No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
CONN
NBR
10
770409000
3/8 Swivel -///8 Barb Elbow
1
311304000
Gasket
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
770695000
1/2 x 3/8 x 3/8 Barb Tee
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
319681000
210 Oeitker Clamp
176206000
1/2 Swivel Nut
1
12
176205000
Swivel Barb
1
13
311304000
Gasket
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
770104000
1/4 Swivel Hose Stem
1
176017000
1/4 Swivel Nut
1
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
2
178025100
Gasket
1
176271000
1/4 x 3/8 Swivel Hose Stem
1
311242000
3/8 Swivel Nut
1
311304000
Gasket
1
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
770699000
770423000
Part No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
770621000
3/8 x 1/4 x 1/4 Barb Tee
1
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
2
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
4
770807020
1/2 Flare x 3/8 Barb Adapter
1
4
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
2
178025000
Gasket
1
Installer Supplied
1
176025000
3/8 Swivel Hose Barb
1
311242000
3/8 Swivel Nut
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
311304000
Gasket
1
274244000
Gas QD Slot 1/4 Barb
1
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
2
274212000
Syrup QD 1/4 Flare
1
770465000
1/4 Flare x 3/8 Barb
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
770699000
1/2 x 1/2 x 3/8 Barb Tee
3
2
770423000
1/2 x 3/8 Barb Splice
1
1/2 x 1/2 x 3/8 Barb Tee
2
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
8
1/2 x 3/8 Barb Splice
1
319681000
210 Oeitker Clamp
14
319681000
210 Oeitker Clamp
10
770402000
1/4 x 1/4 Barb Splice
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
6
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
4
770407000
3/8 x 1/4 Barb Splice
1
18
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
4
19
274212000
Syrup QD 1/4 Flare
1
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
2
770465000
1/4 FFL x 3/8 Barb
1
770607000
3/8 x 3/8 x 1/4 Barb Tee
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
2
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
4
311035000
Strainer
1
111353000
145 Oeitker Clamp
2
770750010
1/4 MFL to 1/4 MPT
2
770403000
3/8 x 3/8 Barb Splice
1
310822000
1/4 FFL to 1/4 FFL
1
309852000
170 Oeitker Clamp
4
178025100
Gasket
2
11
14
15
16
17
Installer Supplied
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SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
POST–MIX DISPENSER SERVICE AND
MAINTENANCE
CHECKING PLAIN WATER SYSTEM SURGE TANK
AIR, CO2 OR NITROGEN GAS PRESSURE (see
applicable Figure 3, 4, 5, or 6).
Refer to manual provided with the Post–Mix
Dispenser for service and maintenance instructions.
NOTE: The plain water surge tank must be
completely drained before proceeding to check
and if necessary, pressurize the tank with the
proper amount of ‘‘commercially dry air, CO2, or
nitrogen gas pressure. Proceed as follows:
BEVERAGE CONTROL PANEL
ASSEMBLY SERVICE AND
MAINTENANCE
CARBONATOR ASSEMBLY SERVICE AND
MAINTENANCE
WARNING: The carbonator water pump
water inlet strainer screen and liquid
double check valve must be inspected and service at least once a year under normal circumstances, and after any disruptions (plumbing
work, earthquake, etc.) to the water supply system that might cause turbulent (erratic) flow of
water through the system. A carbonator water
pump with no screen or a defective screen in
strainer would allow foreign particles to foul liquid double check valve. CO2 gas could then ba
ck flow into water system and create a health
hazard in the water system
Refer to manual provided with carbonator assembly
for service and maintenance instructions.
ADJUSTING PRIMARY CO2 REGULATORS
(see Figure 7).
System Connected to Bulk CO2 Supply
Adjust primary CO2 regulator on bulk CO2 supply tank
to 105–PSI (7.24 Bars)
System Connected to Two–Fifty Pound CO2
Cylinders
Adjust two primary CO2 regulators to 105–PSI (7.24
Bars)
ADJUSTING SECONDARY CO2
REGULATORS
Sugar–Base Syrup Tanks CO2 Regulator
1. Unplug carbonator(s) and if applicable, the
optional Water Pressure Booster system power
cords from electrical outlets
2. Close Beverage Control Panel Assembly main
water inlet supply line shutoff valve.
3. Close plain water outlet shutoff valve Post–Mix
Dispenser plain water line is connected to.
4. Disconnect Post–Mix Dispenser plain water line
from shutoff valve.
5. Place bucket under shutoff valve. Open shutoff
valve and allow water to be purged from surge
tank. DO NOT CLOSE VALVE AT THIS TIME.
6. Note: service valve on bottom of the water
system surge tank. The surge tank must be
pressurized to 12 ± 2–PSI (.83 ± .14 Bars) with
commercially dry air, CO2, or nitrogen gas
pressure. Check and make sure surge tank is
properly pressurized.
7. Close Post–Mix Dispenser plain water outlet
shutoff valve.
8. Open Beverage Control Panel Assembly main
water inlet supply line shutoff valve.
9. Plug the carbonator(s) and if applicable, the
optional Water Pressure Booster system power
cords into electrical outlet.
10. Place bucket under Post–Mix Dispenser plain
water outlet shutoff valve. Open shutoff valve
until a good stream of water flows from valve,
the close valve.
11. Reconnect Post–Mix Dispenser water line to
shutoff valve.
Adjust sugar–base syrup tanks CO2 regulator with
100–PSI (6.9 Bars) gauge on secondary CO2
regulator assembly to 60–PSI (4.14 Bars).
SERVICING OPTIONAL WATER PRESSURE
BOOSTER SYSTEM
Diet–Syrup Tank CO2 Regulator.
Servicing Water Pump Water Inlet Strainer Screen
Adjust diet–syrup tank CO2 regulator with 30–PSI
(2.07 Bars) gauge on secondary CO2 regulator
assembly to 12–PSI (.83 Bars).
(see applicable Figure 3, 4, 5, or 6)
1. Unplug carbonator(s) and the Water Pressure
Booster system power cords from electrical
outlets.
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2. Close Beverage Control Panel Assembly water
inlet supply line shutoff valve.
PRESSURE
SWITCH
LIQUID CHECK
VALVE
3. Loosen screen retainer, then pull screen retainer
and strainer screen from water pump. (see
Figure 12).
4. Pull strainer screen from screen retainer. Clean
any sediment from screen retainer and pump
screen retainer port.
WATER
PUMP
WATER PUMP
MOTOR
WATER
STRAINER SCREEN
(P/N 315348–000)
FIGURE 13. WATER PUMP AND MOTOR
1
3
2
6
4
O–RING
(P/N 315349–000)
SCREEN RETAINER
FIGURE 12. WATER STRAINER SCREEN
5. Inspect strainer screen for holes, restrictions,
corrosion, and other damage. Discard damaged
strainer screen.
6. Check O–Ring on screen retainer. Replace worn
or damaged O–Ring (P/N 315349–000).
5
Index
No.
Part
No.
1
317963
Housing
2
312415
Flat Washer, Stainless Steel
3
*312418
Ba;; Seat (quad ring)
4
312419
Ball
5
312196
Spring
6
317965
Retainer
Name
*Install new ball seat at each servicing.
FIGURE 14. LIQUID CHECK VALVE ASSEMBLY
NOTE: A strainer screen should always be used,
otherwise particles could foul liquid check valve.
7. Install good or new strainer screen (P/N
315348–000) in screen retainer, then screw
retainer into water pump and tighten securely.
8. Service liquid check valve (refer to next
paragraph, Servicing Liquid Check Valve).
Servicing Liquid Check Valve
1. Service water pump water strainer screen as
instructed in previous paragraph, Servicing
Water In let Strainer Screen; before servicing
liquid check valve.
2. Disconnect pressure switch (see Figure 13) from
liquid check valve assembly outlet, then remove
check valve from water pump outlet. Retain
white tapered gasket inside inlet (female) end of
check valve.
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3. Disassemble each check valve as shown in
Figure 14
4. Wipe each part with clean lint–free cloth. Inspect
each part, especially ball for burrs, nicks,
corrosion, deterioration, and other damage.
Discard ball seat and any damaged or suspicious
parts and replace with new parts when
reassembled.
5. Reassemble check valve as shown in Figure 14.
ALWAYS INSTALL NEW BALL SEAT
(QUADDING) P/N 312418–000.
6. Make sure white tapered gasket is in place
inside female end of check valve assembly, then
install check valve assembly on fitting in water
pump outlet port.
7. Connect pressure switch to check valve
assembly outlet.
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8. Open Beverage Control Panel Assembly water
inlet supply line shutoff valve.
9. Plug carbonator(s) and the Water Pressure
Booster system power cords into electrical
outlets.
Checking Water Tank Air, CO2, or Nitrogen Gas
Pressure
NOTE: The Water Pressure Booster system water
tank must be completely drained before
proceeding to check and if necessary, pressurize
the tank with the proper amount of commercially
dry air, CO2, or nitrogen gas pressure. Proceed as
follows:
Adjusting Pressure Switch ‘‘CUT OUT’’ (pump stops)
and‘‘CUT IN’’ (pump starts).
NOTE: The Water Pressure Booster system water
tank and the water system surge tank must be
completely drained and make sure they are
properly pressurized with commercially dry air,
CO2, or nitrogen gas pressure before checking
the water pump ‘‘CUT–IN’’ (pump starts) and
‘‘CUT–OUT’’ (pump stops). Proceed as follows:
1. Unplug carbonator(s) and Water Pressure
Booster system power cords from electrical
outlets.
2. Close Beverage Control Panel Assembly water
inlet supply line shutoff valve.
1. Unplug carbonator(s) and Water Pressure
Booster system power cords from electrical
outlets.
3. Close water manifold plain water shutoff valve
Post–Mix Dispenser plain water line is connected
to. Disconnect water line from shutoff valve.
2. Close Beverage Control Panel Assembly water
inlet supply line shutoff valve.
4. Place bucket under shutoff valve. Open shutoff
valve and allow water to be purged from water
system surge tank and Water Pressure Booster
System water tank. DO NOT CLOSE SHUTOFF
VALVE AT THIS TIME.
3. Close plain water outlet shutoff valve Post–Mix
Dispenser plain water line is connected to.
4. Disconnect Post–Mix Dispenser plain water line
from shutoff valve.
5. Place bucket under shutoff valve. Open shutoff
valve and allow water to be purged from Water
Pressure Booster System water tank, then close
valve.
6. Note service valve (see applicable Figure 3, 4, 5,
or 6) on bottom of the Water Pressure Booster
system water tank. The water tank must be
pressurized to 40 5–PSI (2.76 .34 Bars) with
commercially dry air, CO, or nitrogen gas
pressure. Check and make sure water tank is
properly pressurized.
7. Open Beverage Control Panel Assembly water
inlet supply line shutoff valve.
8. Place bucket under Post–Mix Dispenser shutoff
valve. Open valve and allow water to flow until a
good stream of water flows from valve, then
close valve.
9. Reconnect Post–Mix Dispenser plain water line
to shutoff valve.
10. Plug both carbonators and Water Pressure
Booster System power cords into electrical
outlets.
5. Note service valve on bottom of Water Pressure
Booster system water tank and water system
surge tank. The Water Pressure Booster system
water tank must be checked to make sure it is
pressurized to 40 ± 5–PSI (2.76 ± .034 Bars)
and the water system surge tank is pressurized
to 12 ± 2–PSI (.83 ± .14 Bars) with commercially
dry air, CO2, or nitrogen gas pressure.
6. Close Post–Mix Dispenser water outlet shutoff
valve, then open Beverage Control Panel
Assembly plain water inlet supply line shutoff
valve.
7. Place bucket under Post–Mix Dispenser water
outlet shutoff valve. Open shutoff valve and allow
water to flow until water surge tank and Water
Pressure Booster System water tank are filled
and a good stream of water flows from shutoff
valve, then close valve.
CAUTION: To avoid damage, do not exceed the
maximum allowable system pressure of 85 ±
5–PSI (5.86 ± .35 Bars).
WARNING: Adjustment nuts are located
close to the high voltage terminals on
the pressure switch. To prevent possible electrical shock, use an insulated 3/8 nut–driver to
make adjustments. Only qualified personnel
should perform adjustments on pressure
switch.
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Note: The DIFFERENTIAL adjustment (20–psi) between ‘‘CUT–IN’’ (water pump starts) and ‘‘CUT–OUT’’ (water
pump stops) has been adjusted at the factory and should require no further adjustment. Should differential
adjustment become necessary, turn DIFFERENTIAL ADJUSTMENT nut clockwise to increase differential or turn
nut counterclockwise to decrease differential.
FIGURE 15. PRESSURE SWITCH ADJUSTMENT
8. Using 5/16 nutdriver, remove nut securing
pressure switch cover, then remove cover.
SERVICING OPTIONAL AIR COMPRESSOR
ASSEMBLY AND AIR SYSTEM
MAINTENANCE
Note: Water pressure gauge to be observed when
checking ‘‘CUT–OUT’’ (water pump stops) is
located just above the water filters. Observing the
water pressure gauge, ‘‘CUT–OUT’’ (water pump
stops) should occur at 85 ± 5–PSI (5.86 ± .35
Bars).
9. Plug Water Pressure Booster System power
cord into electrical outlet.
Air Compressor Maintenance.
Air compressor assembly air filter must be cleaned or
replaced with replacement air filter (P/N 111421–000)
every 30 to 60 days or more often, depending upon
environmental conditions.
Purging Air Reservoir Tank (Weekly)
10. Open Post–Mix Dispenser water outlet shutoff
valve and discharge water into bucket until pump
‘‘CUT– IN’’ (pump starts) occurs, then close
valve. Pump ‘‘CUT–OUT’’ should have occurred
at 85 ± 5–PSI (5.86 ±.35 Bars). If pump
‘‘CUT–OUT’’ was not correct, refer to Figure 15
and turn ‘‘CUT–OUT’’ adjustment nut to the right
(clockwise) for higher pressure or to the left
(counterclockwise) for lower pressure.
11. Repeat step 10) preceding and adjust until
proper pump ‘‘CUT–OUT’’ occurs.
IMPORTANT: To prevent water (condensation)
from entering system, water must be purged from
air reservoir tank once a week.
1. Hold appropriate container under bleeder valve
on air reservoir tank (see Figure 7).
2. Open valve to allow water (condensation) to be
purged from reservoir tank and until only air
comes out of valve, then close valve.
12. Install pressure switch cover and secure with
nut.
CLEANING OPTIONAL SYRUP LINES
STRAINERS (SEE FIGURE 15).
13. Re–connect Post–Mix Dispenser plain water line
to Water manifold water shutoff valve.
NOTE: Use ONLY LUKEWARM WATER. Hot water
destroys the chlorine power of the sanitizer and
cold water does not allow the sanitizer to
dissolve. Lukewarm is warm but not HOT,
approximately body temperature.
14. Plug carbonator(s) power cord(s) into electrical
outlet.
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11. Connect syrup out quick disconnects to all syrup
tanks.
WATER FILTERS REPLACEMENT
Refer to Water Filtration System manual for water
filters replacement instructions.
SANITIZING SYRUP SYSTEMS
The syrup systems should be sanitized every
90–days using Chlor–Tergent (Oakite Products, Inc.)
or equivalent sanitizer. Refer to manual provided with
the Post–Mix Dispenser for sanitizing instructions.
REPLENISHING CO2 SUPPLY
FIGURE 16. SYRUP LINE STRAIANER
1. Using chlor–tergent (Oakite Products, Inc.) or
equivalent sanitizer and LUKEWARM water, mix
2–1/2 gallons (9.46 liters) of sanitizing solution in
a bucket.
2. Disconnect syrup out quick disconnects,
containing the syrup strainers, from all syrup
tanks.
3. Activate all dispensing valves on Dispensers to
relieve pressure from all syrup systems.
NOTE: When indicator on CO2 cylinder regulator
assembly 1800–PSI (124.1 Bars) gauge is in
shaded (‘‘Change CO2 Cylinder’’) portion of dial,
CO2 cylinder is almost empty and should be
changed.
1. Fully close (clockwise) CO2 cylinder valve.
2. Slowly loosen CO2 regulator assembly coupling
nut allowing CO2 pressure to escape, then
remove regulator assembly from empty CO2
cylinder.
3. Unfasten safety chain and remove empty CO2
cylinder.
4. Loosen syrup strainer screen (see Figure 3–5)
retainer, then pull syrup strainer and screen from
syrup strainer housing.
WARNING: To avoid personal injury
and/or property damage, always secure
CO2 cylinder with safety chain to prevent if from
falling over. Should the valve become accidentally damaged or broken off, CO2 cylinder can
cause serious personal injury.
5. Pull screen from screen retainer. Inspect screen
for holes, restrictions, corrosion, and any other
damage. Discard damaged screen and replace
with a new one.
4. Position CO2 cylinder and secure with safety
chain.
6. Place quick disconnect and syrup strainer
housing in bucket containing sanitizing solution.
Thoroughly wash quick disconnect and syrup
strainer housing, screen retainer, and screen in
sanitizing solution.
7. Thoroughly rinse quick disconnect and syrup
strainer housing, screen retainer and screen with
potable water.
8. Install screen in screen retainer, then screw
screen retainer into water strainer housing.
Tighten retainer only finger tight.
9. Repeat steps 4) through 8) to clean and sanitize
remaining syrup strainers.
10. Sanitize all syrup systems as instructed.
5. Make sure gasket is in place inside CO2
regulator coupling nut, then install regulator on
CO2 cylinder.
6. Open (counterclockwise) CO2 cylinder valve
slightly to allow lines to slowly fill with gas, then
open valve fully to back–seat valve.
(Back–seating valve prevents leakage around
valve shaft).
7. Check CO2 connections for leaks. Tighten loose
connections.
REPLENISHING SYRUP SUPPLY
WARNING: To avoid personal injury or
property damage, do not attempt to remove syrup tank cover until CO2 pressure has
been released from tank.
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1. Remove CO2 disconnect and syrup disconnect
from empty syrup tank, then remove tank.
2. Place full syrup tank in position, then connect
CO2 disconnect and syrup disconnect to full
syrup tank.
SYRUP FLAVOR CHANGE
Sanitize applicable syrup system as instructed, then
install full tank of new flavor syrup.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
IMPORTANT: Only qualified personnel should service internal components or electrical wiring.
WARNING: If repairs are to be made to carbonated water system, disconnect electrical
power to Cooling Unit, shut off plain water and CO2 supplies, and relieve the carbonated
water system pressure before proceeding. If repairs are to be made to syrup system,
remove quick disconnects from applicable syrup tank, then relieve the system pressure before
proceeding. If repairs are to be made to CO2 system, stop dispensing, shut off CO2 supply, then
relieve the system pressure before proceeding.
If repairs are to be made to an existing Remote Condensing unit, disconnect the power to the
condensing unit before proceeding
TROUBLESHOOTING OPTIONAL WATER PRESSURE BOOSTER SYSTEM
Trouble
WATER PUMP NOT
OPERATING
WATER PUMP
‘‘SHORTCYCLES’’
WATER PUMP ‘‘LONG
CYCLES’’
Probable Cause
Remedy
A.
Power cord unplugged from
electrical outlet.
A.
Plug power cord into electrical
outlet.
B.
Electrical circuit fuse blown or
circuit breaker tripped.
B.
Replace fuse or reset circuit
breaker.
C.
Water pump motor inoperative
C.
Have Service Technician replace
inoperative moto
D.
Water pump pressure switch
inoperative.
D.
Have Service Technician replace
inoperative pressure switch.
E.
Thermal overload switch
inoperative.
E.
Have Service Technician replace
inoperative thermal overload
switch.
F.
Plain water inlet pressure
above 60–PSI (4.14 Bars).
F.
Have Service Technician reset
‘‘CUT IN’’ pressure on pressure
switch to 10–PSI (.68 Bars)
above water inlet pressure.
A.
Water tank is overcharged with
air, CO2 or nitrogen gas.
A.
Evacuate all water from Beverage
Support System. Adjust pressure
to 40 ± 5–PSI (2.76 ± .34 Bars),
then reactivate system.
B.
Check to see if check valve on
water pump outlet is leaking
water
B.
Disassemble and clean check
valve. If valve is damaged,
replace.
C.
Water tank shutoff valve is
closed
C.
Open water tank shutoff valve
D.
Water pump pressure switch is
not correctly adjusted.
D.
Have Service Technician readjust
the pump pressure switch.
A.
Water tank is undercharged
with air, CO2, or nitrogen gas.
A.
Evacuate all water from Beverage
Support System. Adjust gas
pressure to 40 ± 5 PSI, (2.76 ±
.34 Bars) then reactivate system.
B.
Water tank gas bladder is
leaking.
B.
Replace water tank, pressurize
gas pressure to 40 ± 5–PSI (2.76
± .34 Bars), then reactivate.
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Trouble
WATER PUMP ‘‘LONG
CYCLES’’ (CON’T)
WATER INLET PRESSURE
GAUGE READS TOO LOW
WATER INLET PRESSURE
GAUGE READS TOO HIGH
AIR COMPRESSOR DOES
NOT OPERATE
Probable Cause
Remedy
C.
Water pump pressure switch is
not correctly adjusted.
C.
Verify pressure switch
‘‘CUT–OUT’’ pressure is adjusted
at 85 ± 5 PSI (5.86 ±.35 Bars) or
‘‘CUT–IN’’ pressure is adjusted at
60 ± 5 PSI (4.14 ± .35 Bars).
Have Service Technician readjust
pressure switch.
D.
Water pre–filter is plugged
(this condition will be
accompanied by a change in
pitch of the water pump when
operating.)
D.
If water inlet pressure gauge
reads below 5–PSI (.34 Bars)
while water pump is
operating,replace water pre–filter.
E.
Water supply is shut off to
Beverage Control Panel (this
condition will be accompanied
by a change in pitch of the
water pump when operating).
E.
Verify plain water inlet shutoff
valve is in ‘‘OPEN’’ position. Verify
all other water shutoff valves on
Beverage Control Panel are in
‘‘OPEN’’ positions.
F.
Water pump failure.
F.
Have Service Technician replace
water pump. Verify water is being
supplied to the pump (starving
water pump of water is primary
reason for pump failure).
G.
Water filter activation valve is
in ‘‘OPEN’’ position.
G.
Place water filter activation valve
in ‘‘CLOSED’’ position.
H.
Leak in plain water lines
leaving Beverage Control
Panel Assembly.
H.
Check for water leak in plain
water lines leading to equipment
connected to Beverage Control
Panel Assembly.
A.
Water inlet shutoff valve is in
‘‘CLOSED’’ position.
A.
Place water inlet shutoff valve in
‘‘OPEN’’ position.
B.
Water pre–filter is clogged.
B.
Replace water pre–filter.
C.
Water pressure regulator is
incorrectly adjusted.
C.
Readjust water pressure regulator
to 75 ± 5 PSI. (5.17 ± .34 Bars)
D.
Water pressure regulator
strainer is clogged.
D.
Remove and clean or replace the
water strainer screen.
E.
Water pressure regulator
inoperative.
E.
Replace water pressure regulator
and adjust to 75 ± 5 PSI. (5.17 ±
.34 Bars)
A.
Water pressure regulator is
incorrectly adjusted.
A.
Readjust water pressure regulator
to 75 ± 5 PSI. (5.17 ± .34 Bars)
B.
Water pressure regulator
inoperative.
B.
Replace water pressure regulator
and adjust to 75 ± 5 PSI. (5.17
±.34 Bars)
A.
Power cord unplugged from
electrical outlet.
A.
Plug air compressor power cord
into electrical outlet.
B.
Power cord power switch in
‘‘OFF’’ position.
B.
Place power switch in ‘‘ON’’
position.
C.
Electrical circuit fuse blown or
circuit breaker tripped.
C.
Replace fuse or reset circuit
breaker.
D.
Air compressor pressure
switch is inoperative.
D.
Have Service Technician check
and/or replace pressure switch.
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Trouble
AIR COMPRESSOR DOES
NOT OPERATE (CON’T)
Probable Cause
Remedy
E.
Air/CO2 changeover valve on
CO2 panel set to CO2 position.
E.
Select desired valve position.
F.
Air compressor is inoperative.
F.
Replace air compressor.
A.
Air compressor pressure
switch is not correctly
adjusted.
A.
Have Service Technician adjust
pressure switch.
B.
Air tank contains water
(condensation).
B.
Drain water (condensation) from
air tank by opening condensation
drain tube valve. Close valve after
draining tank. TO PREVENT
WATER (CONDENSATION)
FROM ENTERING SYSTEM,
WATER MUST BE PURGED
FROM AIR TANK ONCE A
WEEK.
DISPENSED DRINKS HAVE
‘OFF’’ TASTE
A.
Air tank contains excessive
water (condensation).
A.
Drain water (condensation) from
air tank, then sanitize syrup
systems and replace
contaminated syrup supplies.
AIR COMPRESSOR‘‘LONG
CYCLES’’
A.
Condensation drain tube valve
on air tank is in ‘‘OPEN‘’
position.
A.
Place condensation drain valve in
‘‘CLOSED’’ position.
B.
Pressure relief valve on air
tank lid is open
B.
Close air tank lid relief valve.
C.
Air compressor air filter is
clogged.
C.
Replace air compressor air filter.
D.
Air tank lid not properly
installed.
D.
Properly install lid on air tank.
E.
Leak in air system lines and/or
regulators.
E.
Check for leak in air line from air
compressor to air tank. Check line
from air tank to air/CO change
over valve. Check regulator and
lines to syrup tanks. Check line to
shake machine.
F.
Air compressor inoperative
F.
Replace air compressor.
A.
Water inlet valve in
‘‘CLOSED’’ position.
A.
Place water inlet shutoff valve in
‘‘OPEN’’ position.
B.
Water pre–filter is clogged.
B.
Replace water pre–filter.
C.
Water pressure regulator is
incorrectly adjusted.
C.
Readjust water pressure regulator
to 75 ± 5 PSI (5.17 ± .34 Bars).
D.
Water pressure regulator
strainer is clogged.Water
pressure regulator strainer is
clogged.
D.
Clean or replace water strainer
filter after closing main water
shutoff valve.
E.
Water pressure regulator
inoperative.
E.
Call Service Technician.
A.
Water pressure regulator is
incorrectly adjusted.
A.
Readjust water pressure regulator
to 75–PSI (5.17 Bars)
B.
Water pressure regulator
inoperative.
B.
Call Service Technician.
AIR COMPRESSOR ‘SHORT
CYCLES’’
WATER INLET PRESSURE
GAUGE READS TOO LOW
WATER INLET PRESSURE
GAUGE READS TOO HIGH
NOTE: Refer to manual provided with carbonator for troubleshooting information.
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FIGURE 1. WIRING DIAGRAM (CARBONATOR)
FIGURE 2.WIRING DIAGRAM
(OPTIONAL WATER PRESSURE BOOSTER SYSTEM)
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FIGURE 3. INSTRUCTIONS FOR CRIMPING TUBE CLAMPS
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27
11
27
10
13
1
2
24
20
15
22
15
13 13
5 8 7
23
15
25
15
26
12
15
21
3
9
6
13
4
13
16
17
19
FIGURE 17. BEVERAGE CONTROL PANEL ASS’Y
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BEVERAGE CONTROL PANEL ASS’Y
Item
No.
Part No.
Name
Beverage Control Panel Ass’y One
Carbonator, Domestic
0516
Beverage Control Panel Ass’y Two
Carbonator, Domestic
1548
Part No.
Name
14
*1300
Washer, .229 I.D. By .049CS
15
311304
Tapered Gasket Black
16
318556
Hanger
Beverage Control Panel Ass’y One
Caronbator, Export
17
189429
Hex Nut Keps, 1/4-20 Domestic
*321811
Hex Nut, Keps, No. 10-32 Export
0187
Beverage Control Panel Ass’y Two
Carbonabor, Export
18
165294
Hex Bolt, 1/4-20 By 1” Long
(1-Carbontaor)
1
0483
CO2 Regulator Ass’y (see Figure 5–2)
19
200469-029
2
300911
Frame, Upper
Machine Screw, Phil Pan HD No.
1/4-20 By 1-3/8 Long (Domestic, 2Carbonator)
3
416424
Carbonator Ass’y, Domestic (see
Figure 5–9)
183040
Machine Screw, Fil Pan HD NO. 10-32
By 7/8” Long, (Export, 2-Carbonator)
496424
Carbonator Ass’y, Export (see Figure
5-9)
20
0508
4
300914
Manifold Ass’y, Water (see figure 5-10)
Tube Ass’y, .375 I.D. By 36” Long
From Water Manifold Ass’y to Center
Island Carbontor Ass’y
5
0657
Platform, Surge Tank
21
0193
Water Manifold Ass’y (see Figure 5-11)
6
0504
Filter System Ass’y Everpure
22
0705
0928
Filter System Ass’y Cuno
7
300984
Surge Tank, 100 PSI Domestic
Tube Ass’y, .375 I.D. By 49” Long,
From Water Manifold Ass’y to
Drive-Thru Carbonator Ass’y
2-Carbonator
8
300893
Strap, Surge Tank Domestic
23
300912
9
*0875
Self Drilling Screw, Hex Washer HD,
No. 10-16 by 1 1/4” Long
Tube Ass’y, .375 I.D. By 56” Long,
Surge Tank to Water Manifold Ass’y
Domestic
24
960194
Rubber Channel
10
0505
Tube Ass’y, .265 I.D. By 30” Long,
From CO2 Regulator Ass’y to Center
Island Carbonator Ass’y
25
0143
Gauge, 160 PSI
26
0846
Tube Ass’y, .375 I.D. By 9” Long,
Water Filter Ass’y Everpure
176272-318
Tube Ass’y, .375 I.D. By 18” Long,
Water Filter Ass’y, Cuno
27
178025-100
Tapered Gasket White
28
309812
Tube, Water Inlet, Stainless Steel (not
Shown)
11
1416
Item
No.
315499
Cap, 1-Carbonator
0506
Tube Ass’y, .265 I.D. by 44” Long, from
CO2 Regulator Ass’y to Drive-Thru
Carbonator Ass’y 2-Carbonator
12
0507
Tube Ass’y, .375 I.D. By 21” Long,
from Water Manifold Ass’y to Water
Manifold (2-Carbonator)
13
*320940
Self Drilling Screw Hex Washer HD,
No. 10-16 By 5/8” Long
*Zinc Plated Steel Unless Othewise Indicated.
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2
6
7
8
10
9
1
7
8
10
11
6
12
4
13
7
8
10
4
5
4
5
3
6
7
8
10
FIGURE 18. CO2 REGULATOR ASS’Y (P/N 0483)
Item
No.
Part No.
Name
0483
CO2 Regulator Ass’y
1
0137
Manifold Ass’y Carbonataor (see
Figure 5-3)
2
0138
Regulator Ass’y syrup (see Figure 5-5)
3
0145
Manifold and Bracket Ass’y CO2 (see
Figure 5-8)
4
178025-100
Tapered Gasket, White
5
311732
Connector, Swivel, 7/16-20
6
315499
Cap, 7/16
7
398022-400
Machine Screw, SL RD HD Stainless
Steel, No. 10-24 By 5/8” Long
8
*398024-603
Hex Nut, NO 10-24
9
1375
Panel Mounting
10
331400
Washer .203 I.D. By .024
11
960194
Edging
12
1665
Carbonator manifold ass’y
13
1668
Air Filter Ass’y
*Zinc Plated Steel Unless Otherwise Indicated.
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11 10 9
3
8
4
3
2
6
5
1
Item
No.
7
Part No.
Name
0137
Manifoled Ass’y Carbonstor
1
320640
Fitting 1/4 NPT By 7/16-20
2
183060
Fitting, Tee 1/4 NPT
3
183301-100
Check Valve Ass’y (see figure 5-4)
4
183047
Fitting 1/4 NPT
5
176065
Fitting, Swivel Elbow, 7/16-20
6
178025-100
Tapered Gasket, White
7
183046
Fitting, Cross, 1/4 NPT
8
130066
Fitting, Plug, 1/4-NPT
9
77075001
Fitting, 7/16-20 By 1/4-NPT
10
77080801
Fitting, 3/8-Barb by 7/16-20
11
0656
Bracket, Regulator
FIGURE 19. CARBONATOR MANIFOLD ASS’Y (P/N 0137)
Item
No.
1
Part No.
Name
183301-100
Check Valve Ass’y
1
183300-001
Manifold, 1 Port
2
183295-100
Body
4
3
183298
Retainer, Spring
3
4
183296
Ball
2
5
183297
Spring
6
183294
Quad Ring, .145 I.D. By .070CS
6
5
FIGURE 20. CO2 CHECK VALVE ASS’Y (P/N 183301-001)
3
6
Item
No.
5
10
1
2
11
4
7
13
Name
0138
Regulator Ass’y Syrup
1
311904
Change Over Valve
2
183412
Regulator Ass’y, 100-PSI (see figure
5-6)
3
183286
Gauge, 100 PSI
4
183446
Regulator Ass’y, 30-PSI (see Figure
5-6)
5
183288
Gauge, 30-PSI
6
183047
Fitting, 1/4 NPT
7
183302-100
Check Valve and Manifold Ass’y (see
Figure 5-7)
8
183317
Bracket, Regulator
9
321811
Hex Nut, Keps, NO 10-32
10
183285
Gaugge, 160-PSI
8
12
9
Part No.
11
183301-100
Check Valve Ass’y (see Figure 5-4)
12
183040
Machine Screw, SL Pan HD No. 10-32
By 2-1/4” Long
13
315499
Cap
FIGURE 21. SYRUP REGULATOR ASS’Y (P/N 0138)
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1
4
10
5
15
6
11
8
13
7
14
12
16
9
2
3
FIGURE 22. CO2 REGULATOR ASS’Y
Item
No.
1
2
3
Part No.
Item
No.
Name
Part No.
Name
183412
Regulator Ass’y, 100 PSI
9
183021
Spring Retainer
183446
Regulator Ass’y, 30 PSI
10
183010
Gasket, Baffle
183586
Regulator Ass’y 160 PSI
11
183011-007
Baffle
183001-007
Body (30 PSI and 100 PSI)
12
183003
Gasket, Seat
183265
Body (160 PSI)
13
130168
183233
Cover Kit (Includes, Non-Removable
Adjusting Screw)
Reducing Valve Seat (30 PSI and 100
PSI)
183002
Reducing Valve Seat (160 PSI)
130170
Poppet Ass’y (30 PSI and 100 PSI)
183063
Poppet Ass’y (160 PSI)
130167
Guide (30 PSI and 100 PSI)
183012
Guide (160 PSI)
183020
Adjusting Spring, Sliver, 100 PSI
*120081
Machine Screw, Phil Fil HD NO. 10-32
By 1/2” Long
14
183040
Machine Screw, Phil Fil HD, No. 10-32
By 7/8” Long
4
183009-007
Retainer Seat
5
183008
O-Ring, .489 I.D. By .070 CS
6
183006
Spring, Poppet
183064
Adjusting Spring, Bronze, 160 PSI
7
183007-000
Filter Sleeve
315424
Adjusting Spring, Blue, 30 PSI
8
130147
Diaphram Assembly
15
16
*Zinc Plated Steel Unless Otherwise Indicated.
39
0713
6
4
1
Item
No.
5
7
3
2
Part No.
Name
183302-100
Check Valve Ass’y
1
183300-003
Manifold, 3 Port
2
183295-100
Body
3
183298
Retainer, Spring
4
183296
Ball
5
183297
Spring
6
183294
Quad Ring, .145 I.D. By .070 CS
7
315499
Cap
FIGURE 23. CHECK VALVE AND MANIFOLD ASS’Y (P/N 183302-100)
7
4
1
2
3
5
Item
No.
Part No.
6
4
Name
0145
CO2 Manifold and Bracket Ass’y
1
314886
Manifold
2
314887-044
Bracket, Manifold
3
183047
Fitting, 1/4 NPT
4
130066
Fitting, Plug
5
183301-100
Check Valve Ass’y (see Figure 5-4)
6
183060
Fitting Tee
7
770750-010
Fitting, 1/4 NPT By 7/16-20
FIGURE 24. MANIFOLD AND BRACKET ASS’Y (P/N 0145)
40
0713
34
32
20
19
33
35
36
37
52
21
1
23
2
22
26
1
38
3
39
26
5
6
7
8
9
10
4
23
24
27
14
28
16
1
47
25
31
13
11
12
29
15
17
18
1
13
11
46
45 44
43
42
41
40
29
51
50
49
48
30
FIGURE 25. LARGE RESERVE CARBONATOR
41
0713
LARGE RESERVE CARBONATOR
Item
No.
Part No.
Name
Item
No.
Part No.
Name
26
*200498-003
Hex Nut Keps, No. 8-32
27
*312578
Machine Screw, SI Rd Hd, No. 8-32 by
3/4-in long
28
319439
Control Box
29
311855
Speed Nut, J-type, 1/4-20
30
*318976
Machine Screw, SI Hex Washer Hd,
1/4-20 by 1/2-in long
31
315183
Motor, 115 VAC, 60 HZ (Domestic)
199020
Motor, 230VAC 50HZ (Export)
416424
Large Reserve Carbonator Ass’y, Low
Profile, Domestic
496424
Large Reserve Carbonator Ass’y, Low
Profile, Export
1
311304
Tapered Gasket, Black
2
318027
Tube Ass’y. .375 I.D. By 13-in Long
3
770716-020
Fitting, 7/16-20 female by 5/8-18 male
4
311765-001
Check Valve Ass’y (includes 5-10)
5
317965
Retainer
6
312196
Spring
32
317974
Water Reflector
7
312419
Ball
33
318362-555
Relief Valve Ass’y (includes 35-38)
8
312415
Washer, .300 I.D.
34
180343
Ring
9
312418
Quad Ring, .239 I.D.
35
318361
Bushing, Retaining
10
317963
Receptacle
36
183249-032
Spring, Red
11
178025-100
Tapered Gasket, White
37
180352
Stem
12
311437
Fitting, 7/16-20 by 3/8-NPTF
38
318834-005
Probe, Level Control (includes 40)
13
770456
Cap Nut, 5/8-18
39
180024
O-Ring, .424 I.D. by .103 C.S.
14
313001
Tee, 3/8 NPT by 5/8-18 by 5/8-18
Branch
40
183310
Check Valve Ass’y (includes 42-47)
41
183309
Adapter
15
318039
Clip, Thermostat
42
183294
Quad Ring, .145 I.D. by .070 C.S.
16
317989
Thermostat Control
43
183296
Ball
17
187483
Clamp, Pump to Motor
44
183297
Spring
18
312996
Pump, Water, 90-GPH
45
183298
Retainer, Spring
19
*320271
Thread Rolling, Screw, Phil Pan Hd,
No. 6-32 by 3/8-in.
46
183295-100
Body
20
319438
Cover, Control Box
47
319436-900
Tank
21
314015
Liquid Level Control, 120 VAC 60 HZ,
Domestic
48
330897
Button Plug
49
188087
Thread Cutting Screw, Phil Truss Hd,
Chrome-pltd Steel, No. 10-24 by
1/2-in long.
197359
Liquid Level Control 230 VAC 50 HZ
(Export)
22
395098
Strain Relief
50
188950
Foot
23
309947
Cord Motor to Control Box
51
319444-011
Base
24
342134
Strain Relief
52
319921
Wire Harness
25
317277
Service Cord
*Zinc Plated Steel unless Otherwise indicated
42
0713
3
Item
No.
5
4
1
2
Part No.
Name
300914
Water Manifold Ass’y
1
0191
Manifold Ass’y with Shut-Off Valve
2
300922
Water Pressure Regulator
3
301102
Gauge, 100 PSI
4
0190
Manifold Ass’y with Shut-Off Valve
5
0881
Check Valve, Double Vented
FIGURE 26. WATER MANIFOLD ASS’Y (P/N 300914-000)
Item
No.
1
1
Part No.
Name
0193
Water Manifold Ass’y
300882
Shut-Off ValveShut-Off Valve
FIGURE 27. WATER OUTLET VALVE ASS’Y (P/N 0193)
2
6
4
Item
No.
6
7
Part No.
300915
Water Pressure Booster Kit Ass’y,
Domestic
0515
Water Pressure Booster Kit Ass’y,
Export
1
4
6
3
Name
8
1
300984
Water Tank, 100 PSI
6
5
2
0200
Shut-Off Valve Assembly
3
300893
Strap, Surge Tank
4
300890
Tube Assembly, .375 I.D. By 14” Long
5
0401
Pump and Motor Assembly, Domesitc
(see Figure 5-13)
0514
Pump and Motor Ass’y Export (see
Figure 5-13)
6
311304
Tapered Gasket, Black
7
0782
Tube Assembly, .375 I.D. By 58” Long
8
1588
Tube Ass’y, .375 I.D. By 74” Long
FIGURE 28. OPTIONAL WATER PRESSURE BOOSTER KIT
43
0713
Item
No.
12
1
6
3
2
10
8
4
5
Name
Motor, 115V. 60 HZ, Domestic
320626
Motor, 230V. 50 HZ, Export
2
178025-100
Tapered Gasket, White
3
0629
Thermostat
4
318039
Clip
5
187483
Clamp, Pump to Motor
6
300888
Pressure Switch
7
311764-001
Check Valve Assembly (see Figure
5-14)
8
312996
Pump, 90 GPH
9
311412
Fitting, 3/8 NPT By 5/8-18
10
311437
Fitting , 3/8 NPT By 7/16-20
11
0877
Cord Domestic (not shown)
0633
Cord, Export (not shown)
12
0491
Tube Assembly
13
0630
Cord (not shown)
14
320640
Fitting, 1/4 NPT By 7/16-20
15
188386
Machine Screw, SL Pan HD, NO.
10-32 By 1/2” Long (not shown)
14
2
7 1
9
Part No.
315183
FIGURE 29. PUMP AND MOTOR ASS’Y
Item
No.
3
2
4
8
5
9
1
7
6
Part No.
Name
1
111417
Air Tank
2
1111418-011
Compressor, Air
3
183068
Elbow Fitting, 1/4 NPT
4
188950
Rubber Feet
5
041602
Machine Screws, SL Fil HD, Stainless
Steel No. 10-24
6
*398024-603
Nut, No. 10-24
7
1300
Washer, Stainless Steel, .229 I.D.
8
0497
Plate Mounting
9
0674
Drain Tube Ass’y
*Zinc Plated Steel Unless Otherwise Indicated.
FIGURE 30. OPTIONAL COMPRESSOR KIT
6
7
Item
No.
5
1
2
3
4
Part No.
Name
1
0650
CO2 Regulator Ass’y (see Figure 5-16)
2
178025-100
Tapered Gasket, White
3
183061
Fitting, 1/4 NPT By 7/16-20
4
0671
Bracket, CO2 Cylinder
5
300933
Tube Ass’y, Hi-Pressure
6
398022-040
Machine Screw, SL RD, HD, Stainless
Steel, NO. 10-24 By 5/8” Long
7
398024-603
Hex Nut, NO. 10-24
FIGURE 31. OPTIONAL PRIMARY CO2 REGULATOR ASS’Y KIT (P/N 0708) FOR TWO 50-POUND CO2
CYLINDERS
44
0713
2
Item
No.
6
4
3
4
5
4
1
4
5
Part No.
Name
1
311904
Changeover Valve
2
0606
Regulator Ass’y (see Figure 5-17)
3
176065
Fitting, Swivel, 7/16-20
4
178025-100
Tapered Gasket, White
5
310822
Fitting, 7/16-20
6
176168-100
Fitting, 1/4 NPT By 7/16-20
*zinc Plated Steel Unless Otherwise Indicated.
FIGURE 32. REGULATOR ASS’Y, HI-PRESSURE (P/N 0650)
2
Item
No.
6
7
8
5
9
11 10
3
1
4
Part No.
Name
1
183586
Regulator ass’y (see Figure 5-6)
2
183285
Gauge, 160 PSI
3
183267
Gauge, 1800 PSI
4
183061
Fitting, 1/4 NPT By 7/16-20
5
183334
Fitting 1/4 NPT By 7/16-20
6
183317
Bracket, Regulator
7
*183040
Machine Screw, Phil Fil HD, No. 10-32
By 7/8” Long
8
*321811
Hex Nut, NO. 10-32
9
176168-100
Fitting 1/4 NPT By 7/16-20
10
187485
Fitting, 1/4 NPT By 7/16-20
11
178025-100
Tapered Gasket, White
*Zinc Plated Steel Unless Otherwise Indicated.
FIGURE 33. REGULATOR ASS’Y (P/N 0606)
2
Item
No.
1
4
2
3
Part No.
Name
1
317928
Regulator
2
0711
Fitting
3
0712
Fitting
4
1301
Fitting, 1/2 NPT
FIGURE 34. OPTIONAL WATER PRESSURE REGULATOR KIT (P/N 300919-000)
45
0713
WARRANTY
IMI Cornelius Inc. warrants that all equipment and parts are free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service. For a copy of the warranty applicable to your Cornelius, Remcor or
Wilshire product, in your country, please write, fax or telephone the IMI Cornelius office nearest you.
Please provide the equipment model number, serial number and the date of purchase.
IMI Cornelius Offices
AUSTRALIA D P.O. 210, D RIVERWOOD, D NSW 2210, AUSTRALIA D (61) 2 533 3122 D FAX (61) 2 534 2166
AUSTRIA D AM LANGEN FELDE 32 D A-1222 D VIENNA, AUSTRIA D (43) 1 233 520 D FAX (43) 1-2335-2930
BELGIUM D BOSKAPELLEI 122 D B-2930 BRAASCHAAT, BELGIUM D (32) 3 664 0552 D FAX (32) 3 665 2307
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GREECE D 488 MESSOGION AVENUE D AGIA PARASKEVI D 153 42 D ATHENS, GREECE D (30) 1 600 1073 D FAX (30) 1 601 2491
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SINGAPORE D 16 TUAS STREET D SINGAPORE 2263 D (65) 862 5542 D FAX (65) 862 5604
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LD004
4/21/98
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