Instruction manual | Alliance Laundry Systems HC165 Washer User Manual

Washer Extractors
HC60, HC65, HC75, HC100
HC135, HC165
for corresponding “CHC” and “IHC” models,
see page 6 for complete model list.
Instruction manual
Technical specifications
Installation instructions
Maintenance
Part No. D0285R9
Code: 249/00306/20
May 2011
Contents
1 Model Numbers ............................................................................................... 6
2 Safety and Environmental Informations ....................................................... 8
Safety ........................................................................................................... 8
Environmental ............................................................................................... 9
Explanation of Safety Messages ................................................................ 10
Important Safety Instructions ...................................................................... 11
Operator Safety .......................................................................................... 13
3 Technical data and dimensions .................................................................. 14
Technical data HC60, IHC012, IHC060 ...................................................... 14
Dimensions HC60, IHC012, IHC060 .......................................................... 15
Technical data HC65, IHC014, IHC065 ...................................................... 16
Dimensions HC65, IHC014, IHC065 .......................................................... 17
Technical data HC75, IHC018, CHC018, IHC075 ...................................... 18
Dimensions HC75, IHC018, CHC018, IHC075 .......................................... 19
Technical data HC100, IHC025, CHC025, IHC100 .................................... 20
Dimensions HC100, IHC025, CHC025, IHC100 ........................................ 21
Technical data HC135, IHC030, IHC135 .................................................... 22
Dimensions HC135, IHC030, IHC135 ........................................................ 23
Technical data HC165, IHC035, CHC035, IHC165 .................................... 24
Dimensions HC165, IHC035, CHC035, IHC165 ........................................ 25
4 Installation and Connection Instructions ................................................... 26
Surface ....................................................................................................... 26
Out of balance switch ................................................................................. 26
Removal of the transport safety .................................................................. 27
Mounting Bolt Hole Locations for machines, HC60, IHC012, IHC060 ........ 28
Mounting Bolt Hole Locations for machines, HC65, IHC014, IHC065 ........ 29
Mounting Bolt Hole Locations for machines, HC75, IHC018, CHC018,
IHC075 ....................................................................................................... 30
Mounting Bolt Hole Locations for machines, HC100, IHC025, CHC025,
IHC100 ....................................................................................................... 31
Mounting Bolt Hole Locations for machines, HC135, IHC030, IHC135 ...... 32
Mounting Bolt Hole Locations for machines, HC165, IHC035, CHC035,
IHC165 ....................................................................................................... 33
Water connection ........................................................................................ 34
Water drain ................................................................................................. 34
Electrical Installation ................................................................................... 35
Main power connection ............................................................................... 37
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Contents
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6
7
8
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Electrical Specifications HC60, IHC012, IHC060 ....................................... 39
Electrical Specifications HC65, IHC014, IHC065 ....................................... 40
Electrical Specifications HC75, IHC018, CHC018, IHC075 ....................... 41
Electrical Specifications HC100, IHC025, CHC025, IHC100 ..................... 42
Electrical Specifications HC135, IHC030, IHC135 ..................................... 43
Electrical Specifications HC165, IHC035, CHC035, IHC165 ..................... 44
Liquid soap connection (option) .................................................................. 45
Connection of a central operating panel for coin machines (option) .......... 47
Steam connection ......................................................................................... 48
Technical remarks ........................................................................................ 49
Internal connections of the electrical heating ............................................. 49
Maintenance instruction of the machine .................................................... 50
End of day ................................................................................................... 50
General maintenance ................................................................................. 50
Periodical maintenance .............................................................................. 50
Annual maintenance ................................................................................... 51
Contact Information ..................................................................................... 52
Nameplate .................................................................................................. 52
Repair and after-sales service ..................................................................... 54
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Model Numbers
Build-up
xHC060yyHyyyyyy
HC60
xHC065yyHyyyyyy
HC65
xHC075yyHyyyyyy
HC75
xHC100yyHyyyyyy
HC100
xHC135yyHyyyyyy
HC135
xHC165yyHyyyyyy
HC165
xHC012yyHyyyyyy
HX25
xHC014yyHyyyyyy
HX35
xHC018yyHyyyyyy
xHC025yyHyyyyyy
xHC030yyHyyyyyy
xHC035yyHyyyyyy
Model numbers
IHC012ANH
IHC025ANH
IHC035ANH
IHC012MNH
IHC025MNH
IHC035MNH
IHC012MCH
IHC025MCH
IHC035MCH
IHC012MDH
IHC025MDH
IHC035MDH
IHC012MEH
IHC025MEH
IHC035MEH
IHC012MLH
IHC025MLH
IHC035MLH
IHC012MXH
IHC025MXH
IHC035MXH
IHC012MYH
IHC025MYH
IHC035MYH
IHC012SCH
IHC025SCH
IHC035SCH
IHC012SDH
IHC025SDH
IHC035SDH
IHC012SEH
IHC025SEH
IHC035SEH
IHC012SRH
IHC025SRH
IHC035SRH
IHC012SLH
IHC025SLH
IHC035SLH
IHC012SXH
IHC025SXH
IHC035SXH
IHC012SYH
IHC025SYH
IHC035SYH
IHC018ANH
IHC030ANH
IHC060ANH
IHC018MNH
IHC030MNH
IHC060MNH
IHC018MCH
IHC030MCH
IHC060MCH
IHC018MDH
IHC030MDH
IHC060MDH
IHC018MEH
IHC030MEH
IHC060MEH
IHC018MLH
IHC030MLH
IHC060MLH
IHC018MXH
IHC030MXH
IHC060MXH
IHC018MYH
IHC030MYH
IHC060MYH
IHC018SCH
IHC030SCH
IHC060SCH
IHC018SDH
IHC030SDH
IHC060SDH
IHC018SEH
IHC030SEH
IHC060SEH
IHC018SRH
IHC030SRH
IHC060SRH
IHC018SLH
IHC030SLH
IHC060SLH
IHC018SXH
IHC030SXH
IHC060SXH
IHC018SYH
IHC030SYH
IHC060SYH
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IHC060ZNH
IHC100SYH
CHC060MCH
IHC065ANH
IHC100ZNH
CHC060MDH
IHC065MNH
IHC135ANH
CHC060MEH
IHC065MCH
IHC135MNH
CHC060MLH
IHC065MDH
IHC135MCH
CHC060MXH
IHC065MEH
IHC135MDH
CHC060MYH
IHC065MLH
IHC135MEH
CHC065ANH
IHC065MXH
IHC135MLH
CHC065MNH
IHC065MYH
IHC135MXH
CHC065MCH
IHC065SCH
IHC135MYH
CHC065MDH
IHC065SDH
IHC135SCH
CHC065MEH
IHC065SEH
IHC135SDH
CHC065MLH
IHC065SRH
IHC135SEH
CHC065MXH
IHC065SLH
IHC135SRH
CHC065MYH
IHC065SXH
IHC135SLH
CHC075ANH
IHC065SYH
IHC135SXH
CHC075MNH
IHC065ZNH
IHC135SYH
CHC075MCH
IHC075ANH
IHC135ZNH
CHC075MDH
IHC075MNH
IHC165ANH
CHC075MEH
IHC075MCH
IHC165MNH
CHC075MLH
IHC075MDH
IHC165MCH
CHC075MXH
IHC075MEH
IHC165MDH
CHC075MYH
IHC075MLH
IHC165MEH
CHC100ANH
IHC075MXH
IHC165MLH
CHC100MNH
IHC075MYH
IHC165MXH
CHC100MCH
IHC075SCH
IHC165MYH
CHC100MDH
IHC075SDH
IHC165SCH
CHC100MEH
IHC075SEH
IHC165SDH
CHC100MLH
IHC075SRH
IHC165SEH
CHC100MXH
IHC075SLH
IHC165SRH
CHC100MYH
IHC075SXH
IHC165SLH
CHC135ANH
IHC075SYH
IHC165SXH
CHC135MNH
IHC075ZNH
IHC165SYH
CHC135MCH
IHC100ANH
IHC165ZNH
CHC135MDH
IHC100MNH
CHC012ANH
CHC135MEH
IHC100MCH
CHC012MNH
CHC135MLH
IHC100MDH
CHC018ANH
CHC135MXH
IHC100MEH
CHC018MNH
CHC135MYH
IHC100MLH
CHC025ANH
CHC165ANH
IHC100MXH
CHC025MNH
CHC165MNH
IHC100MYH
CHC030ANH
CHC165MCH
IHC100SCH
CHC030MNH
CHC165MDH
IHC100SDH
CHC035ANH
CHC165MEH
IHC100SEH
CHC035MNH
CHC165MLH
IHC100SRH
CHC060ANH
CHC165MXH
IHC100SLH
CHC060MNH
CHC165MYH
IHC100SXH
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Safety and Environmental Informations
Safety
CAUTION LABELS
Please familiarize yourself with the following standard warning symbols. They are
used throughout this manual and on the equipment to alert you to possible hazards.
Anyone operating or servicing this equipment must understand these symbols and
must follow all safety rules in this manual.
ELECTRICAL HAZARD
This symbol alerts you to the presence of a dangerous voltage, which could cause a
serious shock resulting in personal injury or death.
CONSULT MANUAL
This symbol warns you to consult the manual for important instructions concerning
the machine and possible hazards.
MOVING PARTS HAZARD
This symbol alerts you to the presence of possible dangerous moving parts within
the machine. Guards should always be in place when the machine is in operation. Be
very careful when servicing the drive system.
PINCHING HAZARD
This warning symbol indicates the presence of a pinch point on the machine. This is
a place where your hand might be pinched or crushed, resulting in a severe injury.
Make sure you understand these hazards and keep all body parts clear of them.
HOT SURFACE HAZARD
This symbol indicates the presence of a potentially hot surface. Some machine
surfaces and parts may become extremely hot during normal operation and should
not be touched.
ATTENTION
This symbol identifies information about practices or circumstances that can lead to
personal injury or death, property damage, or economic loss.
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Environmental
Disposal of Unit
This appliance is marked according to the European directive 2002/96/
EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this
product shall not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be
handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of
electrical and electronic equipment. Ensuring this product is disposed
of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences
for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be
caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling
of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed
information about recycling of this product, please contact your local
distributor resources.
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Explanation of Safety Messages
Throughout this manual and on machine decals, you will find precautionary statements (“DANGER,”
“WARNING,” and “CAUTION”) followed by specific instructions. These precautions are intended for the
personal safety of the operator, user, servicer, and those maintaining the machine.
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not
avoided, will cause severe personal injury or death.
WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could
cause severe personal injury or death.
CAUTION
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may
cause minor or moderate personal injury or property
damage.
Safety Decals
Safety decals appear at crucial locations on the machine. Failure to maintain legible safety decals could
result in injury to the operator or service technician.
To provide personal safety and keep the machine in proper working order, follow all maintenance and
safety procedures presented in this manual. If questions regarding safety arise, contact the manufacturer
immediately.
Use manufacturer-authorized spare parts to avoid safety hazards.
Additional precautionary statements (“IMPORTANT” and “NOTE”) are followed by specific instructions.
IMPORTANT: The word “IMPORTANT” is used to inform the reader of specific procedures where
minor machine damage will occur if the procedure is not followed.
NOTE: The word “NOTE” is used to communicate installation, operation, maintenance or servicing
information that is important but not hazard related.
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Important Safety Instructions
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, serious injury or
death to persons when using your washer, follow these
basic precautions:
1. Read all instructions before using the washer.
2. Refer to the GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS in the installation Manual for the proper grounding of the
washer.
3. Do not wash textiles that have been previously cleaned, washed, soaked, or spotted with gasoline,
dry-cleaning solvents, or other flammable or explosive substances as they give off vapors that could
ignite or explode.
4. Do not add gasoline, dry-cleaning solvents, or other flammable or explosive substances to the wash
water. These substances give off vapors that could ignite or explode.
5. Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may be produced in a hot water system that has not been
used for two weeks or more. HYDROGEN GAS IS EXPLOSIVE. If the hot water system has not been
used for such a period, before using a washing machine or combination washer-dryer, turn on all hot
water faucets and let the water flow from each for several minutes. This will release any accumulated
hydrogen gas. The gas is flammable, do not smoke or use an open flame during this time.
6. Do not allow children to play on or in the washer. This appliance is not intended for use by young
children or infirm persons without supervision. Young children should be supervised to ensure that
they do not play with the appliance.
7. Before the washer is removed from service or discarded, remove the door to the washing
compartment.
8. Do not reach into the washer if the wash drum is moving. This is an imminently hazardous situation
that, if not avoided, will cause severe personal injury or death.
9. Do not install or store the washer where it will be exposed to water and/or weather.
10. Do not tamper with the controls.
11. Do not repair or replace any part of the washer, or attempt any servicing unless specifically
recommended in the user-maintenance instructions or in published user-repair instructions that the
user understands and has the skills to carry out.
12. To reduce the risk of an electric shock or fire, DO NOT use an extension cord or an adapter to connect
the washer to an electrical power source.
13. Use a washer only for its intended purpose, washing textiles.
14. ALWAYS disconnect the washer from the electrical supply before attempting any service. Disconnect
the power cord by grasping the plug, not the cord.
15. Install the washer according to the INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. All connections for water, drain,
electrical power and grounding must comply with local codes and be made by licensed personnel
when required.
16. To reduce the risk of fire, textiles which have traces of any flammable substances such as vegetable
oil, cooking oil, machine oil, flammable chemicals, thinner, etc., or anything containing wax or
chemicals such as in mops and cleaning cloths, must not be put into the washer. These flammable
substances may cause the fabric to catch on fire.
17. Do not use fabric softeners or products to eliminate static unless recommended by the manufacturer of
the fabric softener or product.
18. Keep washer in good condition. Bumping or dropping the washer can damage safety features. If this
occurs, have washer checked by a qualified service person.
19. Replace worn power cords and/or loose plugs.
20. Be sure water connections have a shut-off valve and that fill hose connections are tight. CLOSE the
shut-off valves at the end of each wash day.
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21. Loading door MUST BE CLOSED any time the washer is to fill, tumble, or spin. DO NOT bypass the
loading door switch by permitting the washer to operate with the loading door open.
22. Always read and follow manufacturer’s instructions on packages of laundry and cleaning aids. Heed all
warnings or precautions. To reduce the risk of poisoning or chemical burns, keep them out of the reach
of children at all times (preferably in a locked cabinet).
23. Always follow the fabric care instructions supplied by the textile manufacturer.
24. Never operate the washer with any guards and/or panels removed.
25. DO NOT operate the washer with missing or broken parts.
26. DO NOT bypass any safety devices.
27. Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this washer according to the manufacturer’s instructions
may result in conditions which can produce bodily injury and/or property damage.
28. It is recommended that the machine be installed by qualified technicians.
29. Before starting repairs or maintenance, shut off all power and water supplies.
30. To prevent fire and explosion:
Keep the area around the machine free from inflammable or combustible products.
NOTE: The WARNINGS and IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS appearing in this manual are not
meant to cover all possible conditions and situations that may occur. Common sense, caution, and
care must be exercised when installing, maintaining, or operating the washer.
Any problems or conditions not understood should be reported to the dealer, distributor, service agent, or
the manufacturer.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Operator Safety
WARNING
NEVER insert hands or objects into basket until it has
completely stopped. Doing so could result in serious
injury.
To ensure the safety of machine operators, the following maintenance checks must be performed daily:
1. Prior to operating the machine, verify that all warning signs are present and legible. Missing or illegible
signs must be replaced immediately. Make certain that spares are available.
2. Check door interlock before starting operation of the machine:
a. Attempt to start the machine with the door open. The machine should not start with the door open.
b. Close and lock the door and start a cycle. Attempt to open the door while the cycle is in progress.
The door should not open.
If the door lock and interlock are not functioning properly, call a service technician.
3. Do not attempt to operate the machine if any of the following conditions are present:
a. The door does not remain securely locked during the entire cycle.
b. Excessively high water level is evident.
c. Machine is not connected to a properly grounded circuit.
Do not bypass any safety devices in the machine.
WARNING
Never operate the machine with a bypassed or
disconnected balance system. Operating the machine
with severe out-of-balance loads could result in personal
injury and serious equipment damage.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Technical data and dimensions
Technical data HC60, IHC012, IHC060
METRIC
US
1:11
5 kg
11.02 lb.
1:10
5,5 kg
12.13 lb.
1:9
6,1 kg
13.45 lb.
Diameter
530 mm
20.87 inch
Depth
Capacity (dry weight) Ratio [kg/Lit]
Cylinder
250 mm
9.84 inch
Volume
55 Lit
1.94 ft³
Height
1038 mm
40.87 inch
Width
660 mm
25.98 inch
Depth
575 mm
22.64 inch
Diameter door opening
300 mm
11.81 inch
Height under door
279 mm
10.98 inch
To center
505 mm
19.88 inch
Cabinet
Front loading
Speed
Wash
10 - 50 tr/min - RPM
Distribution
85 tr/min - RPM
Spin
250 - 1250 tr/min - RPM
G-factor
High spin
462
Dynamic bottom load (N/Hz)
570/16
Motor (3-phase)
4p. 1470 tr/min
0,55 kW / 0,74 HP
Drain valve
2"
Water supply
Hard, soft, warm water
3/4"
Heating
Electrical 230/400 V
4,2 kW
Electrical 400V
6 kW
Steam
X
Warm water (without additional heating)
X
Warm water (with additional heating)
X
Packing dimensions
(H x W x D) mm - inch
1140x740x840 mm - 44.88x29.13x33.07 inch
Weight
Net
184 kg
405.65 lb.
Gross
198 kg
436.52 lb.
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Dimensions HC60, IHC012, IHC060
Legend: metric mm [inches]
279 [10.98]
1038 [40.87]
1011 [39.8]
163 [6.4]
33 [1.3]
33 [1.3]
65 [2.56]
530 [20.87]
30 [1.18]
30 [1.18]
65 [2.56]
485 [19.09]
660 [25.98]
565 [22.24]
622 [24.49]
69 [2.72]
226 [8.9]
151 [5.94]
75 [2.95]
A
D
F
B
C
E
G
I
J
J
J
180 [7.09]
660 [25.98]
44 [1.73]
K
J
A. Ventilation soap dispenser
B. Liquid soap connections
C. Hard water connections 3/4"
D. Warm water connections 3/4"
E. Soft water connections 3/4"
F. Main switch
G.Electrical connections
I. Ventilation tub
J. Bolt pattern for fixation of the machine
K. Drain valve
70 [2.76]
696.2 [27.41]
747 [29.41]
887 [34.92]
791 [31.14]
109 [4.3]










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Technical data HC65, IHC014, IHC065
METRIC
US
1:11
5,9 kg
13.01 lb.
1:10
6,5 kg
14.33 lb.
1:9
7,2 kg
15.87 lb
Diameter
530 mm
20.87 inch
Depth
295 mm
11.61 inch
Volume
65 Lit
2.30 ft³
Height
1038 mm
40.87 inch
Width
660 mm
25.98 inch
Depth
739 mm
29.09 inch
Diameter door opening
300 mm
11.81 inch
Height under door
279 mm
10.98 inch
To center
505 mm
19.88 inch
Capacity (dry weight) Ratio [kg/Lit]
Cylinder
Cabinet
Front loading
Speed
Wash
10 - 50 tr/min - RPM
Distribution
85 tr/min - RPM
Spin
250 - 1000 tr/min - RPM
G-factor
High spin
296
Dynamic bottom load (N/Hz)
570/16
Motor (3-phase)
4p. 1470 tr/min
0,75 kW / 1,01 HP
Drain valve
2"
Water supply
Hard, soft, warm water
3/4"
Steam connection
3/8"
Steam connection
Heating
Electrical 230/400 V
4,2 kW - 6 kW - 9 kW
Electrical 400V
12 kW
Steam
X
Warm water (without additional heating)
X
Warm water (with additional heating)
X
Packing dimensions
(H x W x D) mm - inch
1140x740x840 mm - 44.88x29.13x33.07 inch
Weight
Net
207 kg
456.36 lb.
Gross
229 kg
504.86 Ib.
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Dimensions HC65, IHC014, IHC065
220 [8.66]
279 [10.98]
1011 [39.8]
1038 [40.87]
Legend: metric mm [inches]
33 [1.3]
530 [20.87]
30 [1.18]
30 [1.18]
33 [1.3]
65 [2.56]
590 [23.23]
65 [2.56]
670 [26.38]
660 [25.98]
727 [28.62]
69 [2.72]
226 [8.9]
151 [5.94]
75 [2.95]
A
D
F
B
C
E
G
I
109 [4.3]
180 [7.09]
660 [25.98]
A. Ventilation soap dispenser
B. Liquid soap connections
C. Hard water connections 3/4"
D. Warm water connections 3/4"
E. Soft water connections 3/4"
F. Main switch
G.Electrical connections
I. Ventilation tub
K. Drain valve
L. Steam connections
70 [2.76]
K
44 [1.73]
485 [19.1]
696.2 [27.41]
747 [29.41]
887 [34.92]
791 [31.14]
L










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Technical data HC75, IHC018, CHC018, IHC075
METRIC
US
1:11
6,9 kg
15.21 lb.
1:10
7,6 kg
16.76 lb.
1:9
8,4 kg
18.52 lb.
Diameter
530 mm
20.87 inch
Depth
Capacity (dry weight) Ratio [kg/Lit]
Cylinder
345 mm
13.58 inch
Volume
76 Lit
2.68 ft³
Height
1038 mm
40.87 inch
Width
660 mm
25.98 inch
Depth
739 mm
29.09 inch
Diameter door opening
300 mm
11.81 inch
Height under door
279 mm
10.98 inch
To center
505 mm
19.88 inch
Cabinet
Front loading
Speed
Wash
10 - 50 tr/min - RPM
Distribution
85 tr/min - RPM
Spin
250 - 1000 tr/min - RPM
G-factor
High spin
296
Dynamic bottom load (N/Hz)
550/16
Motor (3-phase)
4p. 1470 tr/min
0,75 kW / 1,01 HP
Drain valve
2"
Water supply
Hard, soft, warm water
3/4"
Steam connection
3/8"
Steam connection
Heating
Electrical 230/400 V
4,2 kW - 6 kW - 9 kW
Electrical 400V
12 kW
Steam
X
Warm water (without additional heating)
X
Warm water (with additional heating)
X
Packing dimensions
(H x W x D) mm - inch
1140x740x840 mm - 44.88x29.13x33.07 inch
Weight
Net
211 kg
465.18 lb.
Gross
233 kg
513.68 lb.
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Dimensions HC75, IHC018, CHC018, IHC075
220 [8.66]
279 [10.98]
1011 [39.8]
1038 [40.87]
Legend: metric mm [inches]
33 [1.3]
530 [20.87]
30 [1.18]
30 [1.18]
33 [1.3]
65 [2.56]
590 [23.23]
65 [2.56]
670 [26.38]
660 [25.98]
727 [28.62]
69 [2.72]
226 [8.9]
151 [5.94]
75 [2.95]
A
D
F
B
C
E
G
I
109 [4.3]
180 [7.09]
660 [25.98]
A. Ventilation soap dispenser
B. Liquid soap connections
C. Hard water connections 3/4"
D. Warm water connections 3/4"
E. Soft water connections 3/4"
F. Main switch
G.Electrical connections
I. Ventilation tub
K. Drain valve
L. Steam connections
70 [2.76]
K
44 [1.73]
485 [19.1]
696.2 [27.41]
747 [29.41]
887 [34.92]
791 [31.14]
L










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Technical data HC100, IHC025, CHC025, IHC100
METRIC
US
8,6 kg
18.96 lb.
1:10
9,5 kg
20.94 lb.
1:9
10,5 kg
23.15 lb.
Diameter
530 mm
20.87 inch
Depth
Capacity (dry weight) Ratio [kg/Lit]
1:11
Cylinder
440 mm
17.32 inch
Volume
95 Lit
3.35 ft³
Height
1038 mm
40.87 inch
Width
660 mm
25.98 inch
Depth
839 mm
33.03 inch
Diameter door opening
300 mm
11.81 inch
Height under door
279 mm
10.98 inch
To center
505 mm
19.88 inch
Cabinet
Front loading
Speed
Wash
10 - 50 tr/min - RPM
Distribution
85 tr/min - RPM
Spin
250 - 1000 tr/min - RPM
G-factor
High spin
296
Dynamic bottom load (N/Hz)
538/16
Motor (3-phase)
4p. 1470 tr/min
0,75 kW / 1,01 HP
Drain valve
2"
Water supply
Hard, soft, warm water
3/4"
Steam connection
3/8"
Steam connection
Heating
Electrical 230/400 V
4,2 kW - 6 kW - 9 kW
Electrical 400V
12 kW
Steam
X
Warm water (without additional heating)
X
Warm water (with additional heating)
X
Packing dimensions
(H x W x D) mm - inch
1250x740x950 mm- 49.21x29.13x37.40 inch
Weight
Net
236 kg
520.29 lb.
Gross
258 kg
568.79 lb.
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Dimensions HC100, IHC025, CHC025, IHC100
220 [8.66]
279 [10.98]
1011 [39.8]
1038 [40.87]
Legend: metric mm [inches]
33 [1.3]
33 [1.3]
65 [2.56]
530 [20.87]
30 [1.18]
30 [1.18]
65 [2.56]
690 [27.16]
660 [25.98]
770 [30.31]
69 [2.72]
827 [32.56]
226 [8.9]
151 [5.94]
75 [2.95]
A
D
F
B
C
E
G
I
109 [4.3]
180 [7.09]
660 [25.98]
A. Ventilation soap dispenser
B. Liquid soap connections
C. Hard water connections 3/4"
D. Warm water connections 3/4"
E. Soft water connections 3/4"
F. Main switch
G.Electrical connections
I. Ventilation tub
K. Drain valve
L. Steam connections
70 [2.76]
K
44 [1.73]
485 [19.1]
696.2 [27.41]
747 [29.41]
887 [34.92]
791 [31.14]
L
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Technical data HC135, IHC030, IHC135
METRIC
US
1:11
12 kg
26.46 lb.
1:10
13,2 kg
29.10 lb.
1:9
14,5 kg
31.97 lb.
Diameter
650 mm
25.59 inch
Depth
Capacity (dry weight) Ratio [kg/Lit]
Cylinder
400 mm
15.75 inch
Volume
132 Lit
4.66 ft³
Height
1202 mm
47.32 inch
Width
780 mm
30.71 inch
Depth
842 mm
33.15 inch
Diameter door opening
300 mm
11.81 inch
Height under door
376 mm
14.78 inch
To center
605 mm
23.82 inch
Cabinet
Front loading
Speed
Wash
10 - 50 tr/min - RPM
Distribution
85 tr/min - RPM
Spin
250 - 1000 tr/min - RPM
G-factor
High spin
363
Dynamic bottom load (N/Hz)
1100/16
Motor (3-phase)
4p. 1470 tr/min
1,5 kW / 2,01 HP
Drain valve
2"
Water supply
Hard, soft, warm water
3/4"
Steam connection
3/8"
Steam connection
Heating
Electrical 230/400 V
12 kW - 15 kW - 18 kW
Electrical 400V
21 kW - 24 kW
Steam
X
Warm water (without additional heating)
X
Warm water (with additional heating)
X
Packing dimensions
(H x W x D) mm - inch
1310x850x940 mm- 51.57x33.46x37.01 inch
Weight
Net
325 kg
716.50 lb.
Gross
355 kg
782.64 lb.
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Dimensions HC135, IHC030, IHC135
Legend: metric mm [inches]
376 [14.78]
1202 [47.32]
220 [8.66]
1176 [46.3]
88 [3.47]
34 [1.34]
34 [1.34]
66 [2.6]
648 [25.51]
66 [2.6]
36.5 [1.44]
665 [26.18]
36.5 [1.44]
760 [29.92]
82 [3.23]
816 [32.13]
780 [30.71]
332 [13.05]
267 [10.49]
202 [7.93]
105 [4.13]
A
F
D
B
C
E
G
I
109.2 [4.3]
A. Ventilation soap dispenser
B. Liquid soap connections
C. Hard water connections 3/4"
D. Warm water connections 3/4"
E. Soft water connections 3/4"
F. Main switch
G.Electrical connections
I. Ventilation tub
K. Drain valve
L. Steam connections
70 [2.76]
530 [20.87]
843 [33.17]
893 [35.16]
K
200 [7.87]
60 [2.36]
935 [36.81]
968 [38.11]
35 [1.38]
L
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Technical data HC165, IHC035, CHC035, IHC165
METRIC
US
1:11
15 kg
33.07 lb.
1:10
16,5 kg
36.38 lb.
1:9
18,3 kg
40.34 lb.
Diameter
650 mm
25.59 inch
Depth
Capacity (dry weight) Ratio [kg/Lit]
Cylinder
500 mm
19.69 inch
Volume
165 Lit
5.83 ft³
Height
1202 mm
47.32 inch
Width
780 mm
30.71 inch
Depth
942 mm
37.09 inch
Diameter door opening
300 mm
11.81 inch
Height under door
376 mm
14.78 inch
To center
605 mm
23.82 inch
Cabinet
Front loading
Speed
Wash
10 - 50 tr/min - RPM
Distribution
85 tr/min - RPM
Spin
250 - 1000 tr/min - RPM
G-factor
High spin
363
Dynamic bottom load (N/Hz)
1450/16
Motor (3-phase)
4p. 1470 tr/min
1,5 kW / 2,01 HP
Drain valve
2"
Water supply
Hard, soft, warm water
3/4"
Steam connection
3/8"
Steam connection
Heating
Electrical 230/400 V
12 kW - 15 kW - 18 kW
Electrical 400V
21 kW - 24 kW
Steam
X
Warm water (without additional heating)
X
Warm water (with additional heating)
X
Packing dimensions
(H x W x D) mm - inch
1310x850x1080 mm- 51.57x33.46x42.52 inch
Weight
Net
358 kg
789.25 lb.
Gross
388 kg
855.39 lb.
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Dimensions HC165, IHC035, CHC035, IHC165
Legend: metric mm [inches]
376 [14.78]
1202 [47.32]
220 [8.66]
1176 [46.3]
88 [3.47]
34 [1.34]
34 [1.34]
66 [2.6]
648 [25.51]
36.5 [1.44]
765 [30.12]
82 [3.23]
780 [30.71]
36.5 [1.44]
860 [33.86]
66 [2.6]
916 [36.06]
332 [13.05]
267 [10.49]
202 [7.93]
105 [4.13]
A
F
D
B
C
E
G
I
109.2 [4.3]
A. Ventilation soap dispenser
B. Liquid soap connections
C. Hard water connections 3/4"
D. Warm water connections 3/4"
E. Soft water connections 3/4"
F. Main switch
G.Electrical connections
I. Ventilation tub
K. Drain valve
L. Steam connections
70 [2.76]
530 [20.87]
843 [33.17]
893 [35.16]
K
200 [7.87]
60 [2.36]
935 [36.81]
968 [38.11]
35 [1.38]
L
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Installation and Connection Instructions
CAUTION
Ensure that the machine is installed on a level floor of
sufficient strength and that the recommended clearances
for inspection and maintenance are provided. Never allow
the inspection and maintenance space to be blocked.
Surface
A
A
Label 1
The machine (with rubber feet) must be placed on a flat, solid bottom (concrete or fixed ground). When using a metal base or with machines with
steam heating, the machine (without feet) must be anchored on the 4 provided locations (A) (See Label 1) in the base (bolts M10). (See Mounting
Bolt Hole Locations). The height of the pad should not exceed 203 mm 8 inch.
The machine must be placed entirely level. For easy maintenance it is recommended to keep a minimal distance of 600 mm - 23.62 inch between
the wall and the back of the machine.
If several machines are placed next to each another, there should be a minimal distance of 30 mm - 1.18 inch between each machine.
Important
The bolt pattern for the fixation of the HC60 machine is located in the back
panel of the cabinet. Put this panel on the floor and mark the holes (see
page 15, reference point J).
Out of balance switch
1/2
The out of balance switch is mounted on the solid part of the machine.
There is a window around the probe of the out of balance switch that is
mounted on the movable part of the machine.
1/2
Window
When the machine goes out of balance by overloading or uneven
distribution of the linen, the out of balance switch will interrupt this action to
prevent damage to the machine.
1/3
Important
Probe
To guarantee good functioning, the probe should be centered
horizontally and vertically at 1/3 from the bottom of the out of
balance window (when machine drum is empty). (See Label 2)
Label 2
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Removal of the transport safety
To prevent damage during transportation, the machine has been
equipped with two red transport brackets (A) to eliminate every
possible movement of the tub. (See Label 3)
After the machine has been placed level, take off the back panel and
remove these transport brackets.
Warning
A
The machine must never be operated before
removing these transport brackets.
A
Label 3
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Mounting Bolt Hole Locations for machines, HC60, IHC012, IHC060
30 [1.18]
Legend: metric mm [inches]
18
Ø
530 [20.87]
545 [21.46]
30 [1.18]
485 [19.09]
]
71
0.
[Ø
65 [2.56]
65 [2.56]
660 [25.98]
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Mounting Bolt Hole Locations for machines, HC65, IHC014, IHC065
30 [1.18]
Legend: metric mm [inches]
650 [25.59]
30 [1.18]
590 [23.23]
18
Ø
65 [2.56]
530 [20.87]
65 [2.56]
660 [25.98]
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Mounting Bolt Hole Locations for machines, HC75, IHC018, CHC018, IHC075
30 [1.18]
Legend: metric mm [inches]
650 [25.59]
30 [1.18]
590 [23.23]
18
Ø
65 [2.56]
530 [20.87]
65 [2.56]
660 [25.98]
30
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Mounting Bolt Hole Locations for machines, HC100, IHC025, CHC025, IHC100
30 [1.18]
Legend: metric mm [inches]
Ø
18
750 [29.53]
30 [1.18]
690 [27.17]
]
71
0.
[Ø
65 [2.56]
530 [20.87]
65 [2.56]
660 [25.98]
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Mounting Bolt Hole Locations for machines, HC135, IHC030, IHC135
36.5 [1.44]
Legend: metric mm [inches]
Ø
18
[Ø
0.
7
66 [2.58]
648 [25.51]
36.5 [1.44]
738 [29.06]
665 [26.18]
1]
66 [2.62]
780 [30.71]
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Mounting Bolt Hole Locations for machines, HC165, IHC035, CHC035, IHC165
36.5 [1.44]
Legend: metric mm [inches]
Ø
18
[Ø
0.
7
66 [2.58]
648 [25.51]
838 [32.99]
36.5 [1.44]
765 [30.12]
1]
66 [2.62]
780 [30.71]
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Water connection
The machine is delivered with hoses with 3/4" connections. These hoses fit the water
inlet valves of the machine and the main water inlet taps. All the inlet valves have to be
connected. To ensure the optimal functioning of the water inlet valves, the water pressure
on the inlet should be between 3 and 5 bar (40 and 80 psi). If the pressure is too low, the
cycle time will increase considerably.
International inlet flow capacity per minute (gallons / liters): 4.23 / 16.
US inlet flow capacity per minute (gallons / liters): 5.28 / 20.
In case of boiler fed machines, a minimum of hot water of 90°C - 194°F should be
available per unit. (See Table 1)
Min Contents Boiler
MODEL
METRIC
US
For the HC60, IHC012, IHC060
46 l.
1.62 ft³
For the HC65, IHC014, IHC065
55 l.
1.94 ft³
For the HC75, IHC018, CHC018, IHC075
65 l.
2.29 ft³
For the HC100, IHC025, CHC025, IHC100
80 l.
2.82 ft³
For the HC135, IHC030, IHC135
100 l.
3.53 ft³
For the HC165, IHC035, CHC035, IHC165
120 l.
4.23 ft³
Table 1
To comply with the WRAS water regulations: an 'approved' single check valve or
some other no less effective backflow prevention device shall be fitted at the point of
connection(s) between the supply and the fitting (IRN R150).
Water drain
The machine is equipped with a drain valve with 2" outer diameter (50 mm). This drain
valve should be connected to the drain by means of the drain elbow which is delivered
with the machine.
 The diameter of the main drain should be adapted to the water flow and the number
of machines. It should be sufficient to handle at least 80 l/min - 21.13 gal./min per
machine.
 It is necessary to connect the main drain at least on one side to an open air-brake to
allow ventilation.
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Electrical Installation
Important
Electrical ratings are subject to changes. Refer to serial plate decal for electrical ratings information
specific to your machine.
WARNING
Hazardous Voltage. Can cause shock, burn or cause
death. Allow machine power to remain off for two minutes
prior to working in and around AC inverter drive.
WARNING
Hazardous Voltage. Can cause shock, burn or death.
Verify that a ground wire from a proven earth ground is
connected to the lug near the input power block on this
machine.
The AC inverter drive requires a clean power supply free from voltage spikes and surges. If a
transformer or generator is connected to the building's power supply, always install line reactors
before the terminal block connections to the machine. A voltage monitor should be used to check
incoming power. The customer’s local power company may provide such a monitor.
If input voltage measures above 240V for a 220V drive or above 480V for a 400V drive, ask the
power company to lower the voltage. As an alternative, a step-down transformer kit is available
from the distributor.
The AC drive provides overload protection for the drive motor. However, a separate single or
three-phase circuit breaker must be installed for complete electrical overload protection. This
prevents damage to the motor by disconnecting all legs if one should be lost accidentally. Check
the data plate on the back of the washer-extractor or consult Table 2 through 7 for circuit breaker
requirements.
IMPORTANT: Do NOT use fuses in place of a circuit breaker.
For installation in the United States or Canada, branch circuit protection must be provided
according to National and Local Codes. The branch circuit breaker must be of the inverse time or
instantaneous trip type at the values given in the technical specifications for each machine.
Use a circuit breaker of the minimal type of 10kA interrupt current.
CAUTION
Do not use a voltage or phase converter on any variable speed machine.
The washer-extractor should be connected to an individual branch circuit not shared with lighting or
another electrical device.
- In accordance with legal regulations, every machine must be protected with an earth leakage
circuit breaker of 30mA.
- The earth leakage circuit breaker, which one uses, must be of the type SI.
- For countries outside the European Community, the usual safety instructions must be observed.
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The connection should be shielded in a liquid tight or approved flexible conduit with proper
conductors of correct size installed in accordance with the National Electric Code or other
applicable codes. The connection must be made by a qualified electrician using the wiring diagram
provided with the washer-extractor, or according to accepted European standards for CE-approved
equipment.
Use wire sizes indicated in Table 2 through 7 for runs up to 50 feet.
Use next larger size for runs of 50 to 100 feet. Use two sizes larger for runs greater than 100 feet.
For personal safety and proper operation, the washer-extractor must be grounded in accordance
with state and local standards. If such standards are not available, grounding must conform to the
National Electric Code, article 250-95. The ground connection must be made to a proven earth
ground, not to a water pipe, gas pipe, or another metal pipe. Provide the necessary equipotential
connections according to the local electrical prescriptions.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance must be connected to a grounded metal, permanent wiring system; or an equipmentgrounding conductor must be run with the circuit conductors and connected to the equipmentgrounding terminal or lead on the appliance.
IMPORTANT: Alliance Laundry Systems Warranty does not cover components that fail as a
result of improper input voltage.
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Main power connection
Label 4
Connection label:
Machine power connections are made at the back of the machine. Three or four conductor power cable
is the recommended method (See chapter electrical specs for minimum cable requirements, if local
electrical codes exceed these requirements, follow local codes). The number of conductors in this cable
and the proper connection points for the cable wires shall be determined by the machine and power
requirements. All machines must have a ground wire and be properly grounded. The ground wire must
be insulated with a green/yellow color. This wire is normally within the power cable but can also be a
separate wire run along side the power cable if properly sized.
Never run a machine that does not have a ground wire. This ground wire must be connected to
the machine grounding lug found near the main switch. This lug is identified with the international
“protective earth” symbol and the letters “PE”. Failure to connect this ground wire can lead to an unsafe
machine condition leading to machine damage and/or operator injury or death. This wire must be
connected to earth ground at far end.
Machine Power Cable Connections:
Remove main switch cover plate at back of machine (see chapter dimensions part (F)). Run power cable
through the cabinet knock-out located directly below the cover plate. Before installing, obtain and install
a cord-grip to hold the cable in place. Never rely upon the electrical connections to hold cable in place.
Allow some slack in this cable outside of the machine to form a drip-loop between the supply power circuit
breaker and the machine knock-out. Connect power cable wires as directed below. Always connect the
ground wire first and remove last.
Wiring based on the supply power and machine design (voltage/frequency):
440-480 Volts, 3-Phase, 3-wire or 4-wire + PE, 50 or 60 Hertz Configuration (Named: N-Voltage):
With supply power of: 440-480 Volts, 3-phase, 3-wire, after connecting the green/yellow PE ground wire,
connect one wire to each of the bottom terminals of the power contactor switch marked: “L1,L2,L3”. When
this supply power has four wires, connect this 4th wire, identified as a neutral wire, to the bottom terminal
of the auxiliary contactor on the power contactor switch marked: “N”. Connect the remaining power wires
as first noted.
380-415 Volts, 3-Phase, 4-wire + PE, 50 or 60 Hertz Configuration (Named: P-Voltage):
With supply power of: 380-415 Volts, 3-phase, 4-wire, after connecting the green/yellow PE ground wire,
follow the directions of the four wire system for 440-480 Volt configuration.
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200-240 Volts, 3-Phase, 3-wire + PE, 50 or 60 Hertz Configuration (Named: Q-Voltage or 3-phase X-Voltage):
With supply power of: 200-240 Volts, 3-phase, 3-wire, after connecting the green/yellow PE ground wire, connect one power
wire to each of the terminals at the bottom of the power contactor switch marked: “L1,L2,L3”.
200-240 volts, 1-Phase, 2-wire + PE, 50 Hertz (called 1-phase, 50 Hz X-voltage):
With supply power of: 200-240 Volts, 1-phase, 2-wire, 50Hz, after connecting the green/yellow PE ground wire, connect
the power wire to the “L1” bottom terminal of the power contactor switch and the other wire, identified as the neutral wire,
to the bottom terminal of the auxiliary contactor on the power contactor switch marked: “N”.
200-240 volts, 1-Phase, 2-wire + PE, 60 Hertz (called 1-phase, 60 Hz X-voltage):
With supply power of: 200-240 Volts, 1-phase, 2-wire, 60Hz, after connecting the green/yellow PE ground wire, connect
one power wire to the “L1” and power wire to the “L2” of the bottom terminals of the power contactor switch.
 After connection, check the spin direction. The cylinder must spin in the clockwise direction.
A wrong spin direction can damage the motor and can also cause water to spurt from the soap dispenser.
 In case of wrong spin direction: switch the terminal clamps of the motor circuit “R” and “S” of the connecting cable or
change the connection at the terminal block switching the L1 and L2 wires.
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WARNING
The washer-extractor should be connected to an individual branch
circuit not shared with lighting or other equipment.
Electrical Specifications HC60, IHC012, IHC060
60 liters / 12 pounds
Boiler Fed/Steam Heat
3
10
10
14/2.5
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
7
15
16
14/2.5
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
7
15
16
14/2.5
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
7
15
16
14/2.5
3x2 kW
AWG/mm2
Full Load Amps
3+PE
Recommended
Circuit Breaker (USmarket)
Wire
3
Full Load Amps
Phase
50/60
kW Standard
Heating Elements
Cycle
NON-US
440-480
AWG/mm2
Voltage
Recommended Circuit
Breaker (US-market)
Code
US
N
Electric Heat
US
NON-US
12
15
16
14/2.5
16
20
20
12/4.0
23
30
32
10/6.0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Alternative Electric Heat Options
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
13
15
16
14/2.5
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
18
20
20
12/4.0
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
3x1.4 kW
Table 2
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WARNING
The washer-extractor should be connected to an individual branch
circuit not shared with lighting or other equipment.
Electrical Specifications HC65, IHC014, IHC065
65 liters / 14 pounds
Boiler Fed/Steam Heat
4
10
10
14/2.5
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
12
15
16
14/2.5
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
12
15
16
14/2.5
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
12
15
16
14/2.5
3x2 kW
AWG/mm2
Full Load Amps
3+PE
Recommended
Circuit Breaker (USmarket)
Wire
3
Full Load Amps
Phase
50/60
kW Standard
Heating Elements
Cycle
NON-US
440-480
AWG/mm2
Voltage
Recommended Circuit
Breaker (US-market)
Code
US
N
Electric Heat
US
NON-US
13
15
16
14/2.5
21
30
25
10/6.0
27
30
32
10/6.0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Alternative Electric Heat Options
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
18
20
20
12/4.0
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
23
30
25
10/6.0
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
25
30
32
10/6.0
35
40
40
8/10.0
3x1.4 kW
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
21
30
25
10/6.0
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
29
40
32
8/10.0
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
3x3 kW
3x4 kW
Table 3
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WARNING
The washer-extractor should be connected to an individual branch
circuit not shared with lighting or other equipment.
Electrical Specifications HC75, IHC018, CHC018, IHC075
75 liters / 18 pounds
Boiler Fed/Steam Heat
AWG/mm2
Recommended
Circuit Breaker (USmarket)
Full Load Amps
kW Standard
Heating Elements
NON-US
AWG/mm2
Recommended Circuit
Breaker (US-market)
Full Load Amps
Wire
Phase
Cycle
Voltage
Code
US
Electric Heat
US
NON-US
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
4
10
10
14/2.5
13
15
16
14/2.5
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
12
15
16
14/2.5
21
30
25
10/6.0
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
12
15
16
14/2.5
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
12
15
16
14/2.5
3x2 kW
27
30
32
10/6.0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Alternative Electric Heat Options
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
18
20
20
12/4.0
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
23
30
25
10/6.0
3x1.4 kW
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
25
30
32
10/6.0
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
35
40
40
8/10.0
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
21
30
25
10/6.0
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
29
40
32
8/10.0
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
3x3 kW
3x4 kW
Table 4
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WARNING
The washer-extractor should be connected to an individual branch
circuit not shared with lighting or other equipment.
Electrical Specifications HC100, IHC025, CHC025, IHC100
100 liters / 25 pounds
Boiler Fed/Steam Heat
US
NON-US
AWG/mm2
Recommended
Circuit Breaker (USmarket)
Full Load Amps
kW Standard
Heating Elements
NON-US
AWG/mm2
Recommended Circuit
Breaker (US-market)
Full Load Amps
Wire
Phase
Cycle
Voltage
Code
US
Electric Heat
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
4
10
10
14/2.5
13
15
16
14/2.5
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
12
15
16
14/2.5
21
30
25
10/6.0
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
12
15
16
14/2.5
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
12
15
16
14/2.5
3x2 kW
27
30
32
10/6.0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Alternative Electric Heat Options
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
18
20
20
12/4.0
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
23
30
25
10/6.0
3x1.4 kW
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
25
30
32
10/6.0
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
35
40
40
8/10.0
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
21
30
25
10/6.0
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
29
40
32
8/10.0
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
3x3 kW
3x4 kW
Table 5
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WARNING
The washer-extractor should be connected to an individual branch
circuit not shared with lighting or other equipment.
Electrical Specifications HC135, IHC030, IHC135
135 liters / 30 pounds
Boiler Fed/Steam Heat
6
15
10
14/2.5
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
18
20
20
12/4.0
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
18
20
20
12/4.0
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
18
20
20
12/4.0
6x2 kW
AWG/mm2
Full Load Amps
3+PE
Recommended
Circuit Breaker (USmarket)
Wire
3
Full Load Amps
Phase
50/60
kW Standard
Heating Elements
Cycle
NON-US
440-480
AWG/mm2
Voltage
Recommended Circuit
Breaker (US-market)
Code
US
N
Electric Heat
US
NON-US
23
30
32
10/6.0
36
40
40
8/10.0
49
60
60
6/16.0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Alternative Electric Heat Options
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
28
40
40
8/10.0
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
40
50
50
8/10.0
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
56
60
60
6/16.0
3x3 kW +
3x2 kW
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
56
60
60
6/16.0
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
32
40
40
8/10.0
44
50
50
8/10.0
63
70
70
4/25.0
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
63
70
70
4/25.0
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
36
40
40
8/10.0
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
49
60
60
6/16.0
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
6x3 kW
3x3 kW +
3x4 kW
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
41
50
50
8/10.0
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
53
60
60
6/16.0
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
6x4 kW
Table 6
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WARNING
The washer-extractor should be connected to an individual branch
circuit not shared with lighting or other equipment.
Electrical Specifications HC165, IHC035, CHC035, IHC165
165 liters / 35 pounds
Boiler Fed/Steam Heat
6
15
10
14/2.5
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
18
20
20
12/4.0
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
18
20
20
12/4.0
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
18
20
20
12/4.0
6x3 kW
AWG/mm2
Full Load Amps
3+PE
Recommended
Circuit Breaker (USmarket)
Wire
3
Full Load Amps
Phase
50/60
kW Standard
Heating Elements
Cycle
NON-US
440-480
AWG/mm2
Voltage
Recommended Circuit
Breaker (US-market)
Code
US
N
Electric Heat
US
NON-US
32
40
40
8/10.0
44
50
50
8/10.0
63
70
70
4/25.0
63
70
70
4/25.0
Alternative Electric Heat Options
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
23
30
32
10/6.0
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
36
40
40
8/10.0
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
49
60
60
6/16.0
6x2 kW
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
28
40
40
8/10.0
40
50
50
8/10.0
56
60
60
6/16.0
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
56
60
60
6/16.0
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
36
40
40
8/10.0
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
49
60
60
6/16.0
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
3x3 kW +
3x2 kW
3x3 kW +
3x4 kW
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N
440-480
50/60
3
3+PE
41
50
50
8/10.0
P
380-415
50/60
3
3+N+PE
53
60
60
6/16.0
Q
200-240
50/60
3
3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
X
200-240
50/60
1/3
2/3+PE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
6x4 kW
Table 7
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Liquid soap connection (option)
Connection of the liquid soap hoses
The liquid soap connection consists of 8 connections for liquid soap
(See Label 5).
The central opening is used for ventilation.
WARNING
Label 5
Dangerous Chemicals. May damage eyes and skin. Wear eye and
hand protection when handling chemicals; always avoid direct
contact with raw chemicals. Read the manufacturer’s directions for
accidental contact before handling chemicals. Ensure an eye-rinse
facility and an emergency shower are within easy reach. Check at
regular intervals for chemical leaks.
CAUTION
Drill out plugs and nipples before making supply hose connection.
Failure to do so can cause buildup of pressure and risk a tubing
rupture.
Electrical connection of the liquid soap pumps
On machines equipped with a liquid soap connection, connect the wires directly on
the print board next to the ground wire connection (option). Connect as indicated on
the wiring diagram.
The two connectors on the right give a tension of 220V ~ (max. 4A) which can
be applied to drive 220V ~ soap pumps. If more than 4A is required, an external
tension will have to be used. 6 connections have been provided, of which one (S6)
can be used to drive a waterproofing pump (e.g. for rain coats, etc.). (See Label 6)
Label 6
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The 220V can be transformed to other values to drive other type soap pumps.
Example: pumps 24V ~. (See Label 7)
Label 7
Also, pumps with different operating tension can be combined.
Example: 5 pumps 220V ~ and 1 pump 24V ~. (See Label 8)
Label 8
With an external tension 24V DC (See Label 9)
Label 9
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Connection of a central operating
panel for coin machines (option)
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, disconnect this appliance from
the power supply before attempting any user maintenance. Turning
the controls to the OFF position does not disconnect this appliance
from the power supply.
At the backside above the main connectors, you find a printboard, to which the
central operating panel for coin machines can be connected.
The right connectors form a potential free output contact as a result of which the
operating panel detects when the machine is activated or not.
The left connectors receive the signal, by means of which a machine is chosen
through the operating panel.
There are 3 different variations possible according to the output voltage of the
operating panel. (See Labels 10, 11 and 12)
Label 10
Label 11
Label 12
A
IMPORTANT:
If a machine is equipped with this kind of printboard or if a printboard has been
built in, the resistance of the cycle contact (A) may no longer be present on
the main printboard. (See Label 13)
When this resistance is present, it has to be cut out of the main printboard.
Label 13
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Steam connection
WARNING
Never touch internal or external steam pipes, connections,
or components. These surfaces can be extremely hot and
will cause severe burns. The steam must be turned off and
the pipe, connections, and components allowed to cool
before the pipe can be touched.
Machines with steam heating must have a steam valve between the steam
installation and the machine.
5
3
4
3
2
1
6
7
With direct steam injection into the machine (See Table 8)
1. Steam pipe
2. Steam cut-off valve
3. Pipe coupling
4. Steam filter
5. Magnetic steam valve
6. Curve MF
7
7. Steam hose with appropriate pipe coupling
7
Steam inlet
connection, inch
Number of
steam inlets
Recommended
pressure, bar
Recommended
pressure, psi
Maximum
pressure, bar
Maximum
pressure, psi
Steam Supply Information
For the HC60, IHC012, IHC060
3/8
1
2.0 - 5.5
30 - 80
5.5
80
For the HC65, IHC014, IHC065
3/8
1
2.0 - 5.5
30 - 80
5.5
80
For the HC75, IHC018, CHC018, IHC075
3/8
1
2.0 - 5.5
30 - 80
5.5
80
For the HC100, IHC025, CHC025, IHC100
3/8
1
2.0 - 5.5
30 - 80
5.5
80
For the HC135, IHC030, IHC135
3/8
1
2.0 - 5.5
30 - 80
5.5
80
3/8
1
2.0 - 5.5
30 - 80
5.5
80
MODEL
For the HC165, IHC035, CHC035, IHC165
Table 8
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Technical remarks
Internal connections of the electrical heating
1 AC
Heating
R5
3kw
LC1D0901
4,2 / 6 / 9kw
LC1D1810
Table 9
3 AC
Heating
3x230V
R5
3x400V
R5
4,2kw
3x1,4kw
See Label 14
LC1D0901
See Label 15
LC1D0901
6kw
3x2kw
See Label 14
LC1D0901
See Label 15
LC1D0901
9kw
3x3kw
See Label 14
LC1D1810
See Label 15
LC1D0901
12kw
3x4kw
--------
--------
See Label 14
LC1D0901
12kw
3x2kw
3x2kw
See Label 14
See Label 14
LC1D1810
LC1D1810
See Label 15
LC1D0901
15kw
3x2kw
3x3kw
See Label 14
See Label 14
LC1D1810
LC1D1810
See Label 15
LC1D1810
18kw
3x3kw
3x3kw
See Label 14
See Label 14
LC1D1810
LC1D1810
See Label 15
LC1D1810
21kw
3x3kw
3x4kw
--------
--------
See Label 15
See Label 14
LC1D1810
LC1D1810
24kw
3x4kw
3x4kw
--------
--------
See Label 14
See Label 14
LC1D1810
LC1D1810
Table 10
B = Black
Br = Brown
Gy = Grey
Bu = Blue
R = Red
W = White
Label 14
Label 15
NOTE:
Other executions are available as options.
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Maintenance instruction of the machine
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, disconnect this appliance
from the power supply before attempting any user maintenance.
Turning the controls to the OFF position does not disconnect this
appliance from the power supply.
Before starting wiring or inspection, power must be switched OFF,
check to make sure that the operation panel indicator is off.
Any person who is involved in wiring or inspection shall wait for
at least 10 minutes after the power supply has been switched OFF
and check that there is no residual voltage using a tester or the
like. The capacitor of the inverter or the EMC filter is charged with
a high voltage for some time after power OFF, and it is dangerous.
End of day
 Clean AC drive filter:
a. Snap off external plastic cover which contains filter.
b. Remove foam filter from cover.
c. Wash filter with warm water and allow to air dry. Filter can be vacuumed clean.
General maintenance
 Clean the entire cabinet of the machine regularly and remove all traces of soap,
etc....
 Remove all detergent residue in the soap dispenser with hot water.
 Clean the door gasket and remove all detergents and other products.
 Shut off the main water, steam, and power connections at the end of each day.
Do not change the setting of the water inlet taps on boiler fed machines once
these have been installed.
 It is recommended to leave the door and soap dispenser open after use, to
ventilate the machine.
 Check for proper door lock operation on a daily basis.
Periodical maintenance
 Two to three months after the first use, the V-belts of the motors should be
checked whether they still have the correct tension. This is necessary because
these belts are subject to a one-time stretching when first used. If this is not
done, the belt starts to slip after a few months and will break shortly afterwards.
 Check the water inlet filters to make sure they are not blocked by calcification.
 Check the drain valve for obstructions.
 If a machine frequently skips the final spin, check whether the probe of the out of
balance switch is still in the appropriate position, that is horizontally centered and
vertically 1/3 from the bottom inside the window. (When the drum is empty).
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Important
- Clean the drainpipe every 6 months in case drain (B) is used.
B
- The water still being in the drain needs to be drained using drain (A) before
cleaning the drainpipe or replacing the exhaust valve.
A
Annual maintenance
Belt tension:
 Verify that the belts are running in the middle of the basket pulley.
 Verify the belt tension according to the table below. Belt tension measurements
should be taken as close as possible to the center of the belt span (see figure).
Belt tension testing table
Model
Belt
Frequency (Hz)
Tension force (N)
Deflection (mm)
Deflection force
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
at MIN
tension
at MAX
tension
MAX
HC60
8PJ 1355
107
137
470
766
7
4
40
HC65
8PJ 1355
107
137
470
766
7
4
40
HC75
8PJ 1355
107
137
470
766
7
4
40
HC100
8PJ 1355
107
137
470
766
7
4
40
HC135
10J 1473
75
105
316
618
10,5
6,4
40
HC165
10J 1473
75
105
316
618
10,5
6,4
40
1 Deflection
2 Span length
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Contact Information
Nameplate
Nameplate Location
The nameplate is located at the rear of the machine. Always provide the machine’s serial
number and model number when ordering parts or when seeking technical
assistance. See Labels 16 and 17.
Label 16
Label 17
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Position of the Serial plate
Replacement Parts
If literature or replacement parts are required, contact the source from which the
machine was purchased or contact the phone numbers or websites shown on the
nameplate.
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Repair and after-sales service
 In case of important malfunctions and deficiencies, which you cannot
resolve yourself, contact your distributor.
Distributor : Name:.....................................................................................
Address:.................................................................................
Tel.:.........................................................................................
Machine : Type:.......................................................................................
Program:.................................................................................
Date of installation:.................................................................
Installed by:............................................................................
Serial number:........................................................................
Operation voltage and frequency:..........................................
Alliance Laundry Systems
Shephard Street, PO BOX 990
Ripon, WI 54971-0990
United States
Tel: 001 920 748 3121 - Fax: 001 920 748 1645
www.comlaundry.com
Alliance International bvba
Nieuwstraat 146 - B-8560 Wevelgem (Belgium)
Tel. +32 56 41 20 54 - Fax +32 56 41 86 74
info@alliancels.eu - www.alliancels.eu
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