Alto-Shaam QC2-100 Freezer User Manual

PROCESSING FREEZER / CHILLER / REFRIGERATION SYSTEM
Model: QC2-3
QC2-20
QC2-40
QC2-100
QC2-100 remote
QC2-100
QC2-40
QC2-3
• Installation
• Operation
• Maintenance
W164 n9221 Water street • p.o. Box 450 • menomonee Falls, Wisconsin 53052-0450 Usa
PHONE: 262.251.3800 • 800.558.8744 usa / canada
FAX: 262.251.7067 • 800.329.8744 u . s . a .
www.alto-shaam.com
printed in u.s.a.
only
MN-29647 • 03/12
Delivery..................................................................... 1
Unpacking................................................................. 1
Safety Procedures and Precautions........................... 2
Installation
Site Installation..................................................... 3
Clearance Requirements...................................... 3
Installation Requirements..................................... 3
Water Drainage.................................................... 4
Guide Installation for Trolley Option...................... 5
Dimension Drawings, Weights & Capacities.......... 6
Options and Accessories.................................... 10
Electrical............................................................. 11
Operation
Operating Introduction........................................ 12
Chill Processing Cycles...................................... 13
Quickchiller Operation Modes............................. 13
Initial Quickchiller Operation............................... 13
Additional Information......................................... 14
Control Panel Identification................................. 15
Basic Operation.................................................. 16
Advanced Operation - Hold Temp....................... 17
Advanced Operation - Chill Modes..................... 18
Factory Default Set Points.................................. 18
Advanced Operation - Programming................... 19
Advanced Operation - User Settings................... 20
Advanced Operation - HACCP Download........... 21
Food Probe Use................................................. 23
Time & Temperature Guidelines......................... 23
Automatic Defrost............................................... 23
Food Handling Guidelines................................... 24
Product Covering................................................ 24
Portioning & Packaging...................................... 24
Quickchiller Pan Capacity................................... 25
Product Capacity Per Pan................................... 25
Portion Sizes and Pan Capacities....................... 26
Care and Cleaning
Cleaning and Preventative Maintenance............. 27
Protecting Stainless Steel Surfaces.................... 27
Cleaning Agents................................................. 27
Cleaning Materials.............................................. 27
Interior Cleaning................................................. 28
Exterior Cleaning................................................ 28
Probe Cleaning Procedures................................ 28
Food Trolley Cleaning......................................... 28
Monthly Compressor & Condenser Maintenance.28
Service
Control Error Displays........................................ 29
Service Views
QC2-3.............................................................. 30
QC2-20............................................................ 35
QC2-40............................................................ 40
QC2-100.......................................................... 47
Wire Diagrams
Always refer to the wire diagram(s) included with the
unit for most current version.
Warranty
Transportation Damage and Claims...... Back Cover
Limited Warranty.................................. Back Cover
deLiVery
unpacKing
This Alto-Shaam appliance has been
thoroughly tested and inspected to insure only
the highest quality unit is provided. Upon
receipt, check for any possible shipping damage
and report it at once to the delivering carrier.
See Transportation Damage and Claims section
located in this manual.
This appliance, complete with unattached
items and accessories, may have been delivered
in one or more packages. Check to ensure that all
standard items and options have been received
with each model as ordered.
Save all the information and instructions
packed with the appliance. Complete and return
the warranty card to the factory as soon as possible
to assure prompt service in the event of a warranty
parts and labor claim.
This manual must be read and understood by
all people using or installing the equipment model.
Contact the Alto-Shaam service department if
you have any questions concerning installation,
operation, or maintenance.
1. Carefully remove the
appliance from the
carton or crate.
note:
All claims for warranty must include the
full model number and serial number of
the unit.
®
®
note: Do not discard the
carton and other
packaging material
until you have
inspected the unit
for hidden damage
and tested it for
proper operation.
2. Read all instructions in this manual carefully
before initiating the installation of this appliance.
DO NOT DISCARD THIS MANUAL.
This manual is considered to be part of the
appliance and is to be provided to the owner
or manager of the business or to the person
responsible for training operators. Additional
manuals are available from the Alto-Shaam
service department.
3. Remove all protective plastic film, packaging
materials, and accessories from the appliance
before connecting electrical power. Store any
accessories in a convenient place for future use.
QUICKCHILLER • INSTALLATION/OPERATION/SERVICE MANUAL • 1.
Safety procedureS
and precautionS
Knowledge of proper procedures is essential to the
safe operation of electrically and/or gas energized
equipment. In accordance with generally accepted
product safety labeling guidelines for potential
hazards, the following signal words and symbols
may be used throughout this manual.
danger
Used to indicate the presence of
a hazard that WILL cause severe
personal injury, death, or substantial
property damage if the warning
included with this symbol is ignored.
warning
Used to indicate the presence of
a hazard that CAN cause personal
injury, possible death, or major
property damage if the warning
included with this symbol is ignored.
1. This appliance is intended to chill or freeze
foods for the purpose of human consumption.
No other use for this appliance is authorized
or recommended.
2. This appliance is intended for use in commercial
establishments where all operators are
familiar with the purpose, limitations, and
associated hazards of this appliance. Operating
instructions and warnings must be read and
understood by all operators and users.
3. Any troubleshooting guides, component views,
and parts lists included in this manual are for
general reference only and are intended for use
by qualified technical personnel.
4. This manual should be considered a permanent
part of this appliance. This manual and all
supplied instructions, diagrams, schematics,
parts lists, notices, and labels must remain with
the appliance if the item is sold or moved to
another location.
caution
Used to indicate the presence of a
hazard that can or will cause minor or
moderate personal injury or property
damage if the warning included with
this symbol is ignored.
caution
Used to indicate the presence of a hazard that
can or will cause minor personal injury, property
damage, or a potential unsafe practice if the
warning included with this symbol is ignored.
note
For equipment delivered for use
in any location regulated by the
following directive:
DO NOT DISPOSE OF ELECTRICAL
OR ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT WITH
OTHER MUNICIPAL WASTE.
n o t e : Used to notify personnel of
installation, operation, or
maintenance information that is
important but not hazard related.
QUICKCHILLER • INSTALLATION/OPERATION/SERVICE MANUAL • 2.
i n st a l l a ti o n
danger
IMPROPER INSTALLATION,
ALTERATION, ADJUSTMENT,
SERVICE, OR MAINTENANCE COULD
RESULT IN SEVERE INJURY, DEATH,
OR CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE.
READ THE INSTALLATION,
OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY
BEFORE INSTALLING OR SERVICING
THIS EQUIPMENT.
caution
TO PREVENT PERSONAL INJURY,
USE CAUTION WHEN MOVING OR
LEVELING THIS APPLIANCE.
5-Year Limited
Warranty on
self-contained
compressor
Effective from date of
shipment. ( excludes labor )
sit e i n st a l l a ti o n
Position the Quickchiller
to allow sufficient air
ventilation through the
condensing unit(s).
cl earan ce RE QUI RE MEN TS
®
18" (457mm)
QC2-100
void installing the
A
chiller immediately
adjacent to fryers,
charbroilers, or any other
equipment producing
grease laden air; heat
producing equipment
such as ovens and ranges;
and steam discharging
equipment such as
steamer ovens and kettles. Do not locate the
Quickchiller in direct sunlight.
Allow sufficient front clearance for serviceability
and for easy maneuvering of food trolleys in and
out of the cabinet.
I N ST ALLA T ION
requires
6" (152mm)
clearance from top .
in st al l ation requiremen ts
Unit should not be tipped on its side.
If tipped, unit must stand in the
upright position for a minimum of 12
hours before operating. Tipping will
cause damage to the unit and void the
warranty if not allowed to "rest" .
—A
ppliance must be installed level.
—T
he appliance must not be installed in any area where
it may be affected by steam, grease, dripping water,
extreme temperatures, or any other severely adverse
Prior to moving the Quickchiller to the installation
site, check the dimensions of doors, passageways, and
ceiling heights in the areas through which the cabinet
must be moved. Also check the turning radius if the
cabinet must be moved around an existing structure.
The use of a fork lift or pallet lift truck is required for
moving and leveling most Quickchiller models.
minimum clearance
from heat producing equipment .
conditions.
In order to maintain standards established by the
National Sanitation Foundation, all counter mounted
equipment must use legs that allow for a 4" (102mm)
clearance between the cabinet and the counter.
Note: In certain instances, it may be necessary
to remove doors and door hardware to
negotiate tight spaces.
QUICKCHILLER • INSTALLATION/OPERATION/SERVICE MANUAL • 3.
i n st a l l a ti o n
sit e i n st a l l a ti o n
between the cabinet and the counter.
For all other
models, install
the appliance
on a smooth and level
floor surface. Use the adjustable cabinet legs
to level the Quickchiller.
Adjust from front-to-back and from side-to-side
with the use of a spirit level to evenly distribute
the cabinet weight and avoid pulling the cabinet
alignment out of square.
After leveling the cabinet, check that the door
handle is aligned properly. Also check the height
relationship of the optional roll-in cart to the
cabinet. Adjust the Quickchiller height as needed
to accommodate the cart and to securely close the
Quickchiller door.
DOOR SEAL:
Check the door gasket to make certain it is sealing
properly and that the gasket provides an even and
positive seal around the entire door frame.
caution
DRA INAGE:
QC2-3
QC2-40
QC2-100
One (1) Floor Drain:
1/2" (12,7mm) diameter
A 1/2" I.D. (12,7mm) PVC pipe is furnished with
the QC2-100 model. Use PVC glue to attach the
pipe into the drain opening at the rear of the unit.
Insert the PVC pipe into the drain opening with
a 1/4" (6mm) clockwise turn. Connect the PVC
pipe to discharge through an indirect waste pipe
into an open-site drain by means of a 2" (51mm)
air gap. Connection must be within 10' (3m) of the
unit.
NOTE: I n the U.S.A., this equipment is to be
installed to comply with the Basic Plumbing
Code of the Building Officials and Co­d e
Administrators International, Inc. [BOCA],
and the Food Service Sanitation Manual of
the Food & Drug Administration [FDA].
14" (355mm)
TO PREVENT PERSONAL INJURY,
75-1/2" (1917mm)
USE CAUTION WHEN MOVING OR
LEVELING THIS APPLIANCE.
QC2-20
Evaporator Pan: no installation required
35-1/2"
(902mm)
The model QC2-3 is a counter mounted unit and
must use legs that allow for a 4" (102mm) clearance
WAT ER D RA INAGE
19-5/8"
(498mm)
Electrical
Connection
40" (1015mm)
I N ST ALLA T ION REQ U IRE MEN TS
QUICKCHILLER • INSTALLATION/OPERATION/SERVICE MANUAL • 4.
Condensate
Drain
QC2-100
i n st a l l a ti o n
sit e i n st a l l a ti o n
guide i n st al l a ti o n f o r t r o l ley o p tio n o n Q C2 - 1 0 0 & Q C2 - 1 0 0 / Remote
Trolley Guide Installation
1. Align each guide rail with the holes located under
the cabinet.
2. Fasten each guide rail with washer, lock washer and bolt.
3. Push the roll-in cart (trolley) into the Quickchiller and
close the door.
4. At the front of the Quickchiller, make certain contact
has been made between the Quickchiller and the cart
along the total width of the door to create a complete
seal. When a full seal has been determined, recheck each
connection to make certain it has been fully tightened.
QUICKCHILLER • INSTALLATION/OPERATION/SERVICE MANUAL • 5.
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su be tit
sit
i n st
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QC2-3
10-1/4" (260mm)
Electrical Connection
35-1/4" (895mm)
with caster option
ALTO SHAAM
39" (991mm)
with standard leg
55-3/4" (1416mm)
5" (127mm)
Electrical Connection
Cord Length: 9' (2743mm)
30" (762mm)
27" (686mm)
weig h t
produ ct\pan capacity
net : CONTACT FACTORY
carton
dimensions : ( l
ship :
Approximately 36 lb (16 kg)
330 lb (150 kg)
volume maximum :
x w x h)
35" x 35" x 42" (889mm x 889mm x 1067mm)
refr ige r ati on
22-1/2
quarts
maximum
(28,5
liters )
full - size pans :
gastronorm
Three (3)
20" x 12" x 2-1/2"
(530 x 325 x 65mm)
R404a Refrigerant
One (1) 1/2 hp Condensing Unit:
2,800 BTU's per hour at -5°F (-21°C) in the freeze mode
4,750 BTU's per hour at +20°F (-7°C) in the chill mode
QUICKCHILLER • INSTALLATION/OPERATION/SERVICE MANUAL • 6.
1/1:
I N S Ttit
ALLA
l eT I O N
su be tit
sit
i n st
l ea l l a ti o n
36” (914mm)
57” (1448mm)
36” (914mm)
36” (914mm)
42” (1067mm)
60” (1524mm)
QC2-20
Cord Length 9’ (2743mm)
weig h t
produ ct\pan capacity
net : contact factory
carton dimensions : ( l
ship :
450 lb (204 kg)
maximum chilling capacity :
Approximately 60 lb (27 kg)
x w x h)
60" x 39" x 48-1/2" (1524mm x 991mm x 1232mm)
refr ige r ati on
R404a Refrigerant
One (1) 3/4 hp Condensing Unit:
freeze mode : 4,380 BTU's per hour at -5°F (-21°C)
chill mode : 7,080 BTU's per hour at +20°F (-7°C)
volume maximum : 37.5
full-size pans:
Five (5) 20" x 12" x 2-1/2"
full-size sheet pans:
Ten (10) 18" x 26" x 1"
QUICKCHILLER • INSTALLATION/OPERATION/SERVICE MANUAL • 7.
quarts
(47,5
liters )
1/1:
(530 x 325 x 65mm)
gastronorm
I N S Ttit
ALLA
l eT I O N
su be tit
sit
i n st
l ea l l a ti o n
QC2-40
34"
(864mm)
26-7/16"
(671mm)
60-7/16" (1534mm)
7" (178mm)
Electrical Connection
Cord Length 9 ft (2743mm)
75" (1905mm)
20-1/2" (521mm)
Electrical Connection
Cord Length 9 ft (2743mm)
ALTO SHAAM
44" (1118mm)
weig h t
produ ct\pan capacity
net : 654 lb (297 kg)
carton
36" (914mm)
dimensions : ( l
ship :
815 lb (370 kg)
x w x h)
55-1/2" x 45-1/4" x 87" (1410mm x 1149mm x 2210mm)
refr ige r ati on
R-404a Refrigerant
One (1) 1-1/2 hp Condensing Unit:
freeze mode : 5,880 BTU's per hour at -5°F (-21°C)
chill mode : 11,400 BTU's per hour at +20°F (-7°C)
maximum cold holding capacity :
Approximately 240 lb (109 kg)
maximum
volume maximum : 150 quarts (190 liters )
full - size pans :
gastronorm 1/1:
Twelve (12) 20" x 12" x 2-1/2" (530 x 325 x 65mm)
Ten (10)
full - size sheet
18" x 26" x 1"
QUICKCHILLER • INSTALLATION/OPERATION/SERVICE MANUAL • 8.
pans :
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ALLA
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su be tit
sit
i n st
l ea l l a ti o n
QC2-100
35-1/2"
(902mm)
19-5/8"
(498mm)
Electrical
Connection
Condensate
Drain
40" (1015mm)
75-1/2" (1917mm)
14" (355mm)
51" (1294mm)
weig ht
QC2-100
net :
986 lb (447 kg)
ship :
Pan Cart
net :
120 lb (54 kg)
ship :
Plate Cart
1186 lb (538 kg) est
161 lb (73 kg)
net : contact factory ship : contact factory
carton dimensions : ( l
x w x h)
57" x 44" x 95" (1448mm x 1118mm x 2413mm)
r efri g e r at i on
R-404a Refrigerant
One (1) 3 hp Condensing Unit:
freeze mode : 11,300 BTU's per hour at -5°F (-21°C)
chill mode : 21,600 BTU's per hour at +20°F (-7°C)
77-5/8" (1970mm)
Electrical Connection
8" (203mm) Condensate Drain
93-5/8" (2377mm)
ALTO SHAAM
40-7/8"
(1036mm)
pr o duct\pa n ca pa city
Maximum Product Capacity
Approximately 480 lb (218 kg) maximum
volume maximum : 300 quarts (380 liters )
Maximum Chilling Capacity
Approximately 240 lb (109 kg) maximum
volume maximum : 150 quarts (190 liters )
full - size pans :
gastronorm 1/1:
Forty (40) 20" x 12" x 2-1/2" (530 x 325 x 65mm)
full - size sheet pans :
Twenty (20)*18" x 26" x 1" on wire shelves only.
* Extra optional wire shelves required for maximun
capacity shown above.
QUICKCHILLER • INSTALLATION/OPERATION/SERVICE MANUAL • 9.
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b otit
n sl ea n d a c c e ss o r i e s
model >
Casters, 3" (76mm) [ set
of
Casters, 5" (127mm) [ set
4]
of
4]
HACCP Documentation, Data Logger
•O
n-board Datalogger technology maintains
accurate and timely recordkeeping
• Register start time and end time
• Register start temperature and end temperature
• I nterim time and temperature reporting is captured
at 5 minute intervals
• U SB downloads facilitate record keeping on
department management PC's
• E lectronic HACCP record keeping can be inported
into excel formats for use in report writing
and charting
• C ontroller will retain all information until
downloaded
• P rogram utilizes 20 standard product names
Legs, 7" (178mm) for countertop applications [ set
of
Legs, 9" (229mm) for floor standing applications [ set
4]
of
Prechill Sealing Strip
Roll-In Pan Cart (Trolley)
66-1/16"
x
28-15/16"
x
35-3/16" (1678
x
734
x
892mm)
QC2-100
QC2-3
QC2-20
QC2-40
QC2-100
5014890
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5014751
5014751
5014751
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CC-35050
CC-35050
CC-35050 CC-35050
remote
CC-35050
5014889
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5014891
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SA-35079
SA-35079
UN-27970
UN-27970
UN-28311
UN-28311
UN-27971
UN-27971
SH-22473
SH-22473
Roll-In Plate Cart (Trolley)
7 8 plate capacity
65-1/2"
x
30-5/16"
x
39-9/16" (1663
x
770
x
1004mm)
1 08 plate capacity
65-15/16"
x
28-1/8"
x
39-13/16" (1673
Wire Shelves, Stainless Steel
x
714
x
1011mm)
SH-35114
SH-35115
QUICKCHILLER • INSTALLATION/OPERATION/SERVICE MANUAL • 10.
SH-22584
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This appliance must be branch circuit protected with
proper ampacities, in accordance with the wiring
diagram. The Quickchiller must be properly grounded
in accordance with the National Electrical Code
and applicable local codes. Wire size for the main
incoming power to the unit must match the minimum
size listed in the specifications applicable to the
specific Quickchiller model. For supply connections,
locate the wire size listed in this manual.
Before operating the chiller, check all cable connections
in the electrical connection area for tightness since
connections can loosen during transport.
NOTE: A
fter electrical connections have been
completed, operate the appliance in any
chilling mode for a period of 15 minutes
and recheck the main power connections
at the terminal block to make certain they
remain tight.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS MUST
BE MADE BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE
TECHNICIAN IN ACCORDANCE WITH
APPLICABLE ELECTRICAL CODES.
Wire diagrams are located near the top of the
unit, close to the compressor or control panel.
e l e c t ri c a l s p e c if ic a ti on s
voltage phase cycle / hz
S ELF-CONTAINED
115V
1 ph 60 Hz
R ecommended circuit amperage :
P lug configuration :
Q C 2 -3
QC2-20
QC2-40
QC2-100
16A, 1.84kW
20 amps
NEMA 5-20P
16A, 1.8kW
20 amps
NEMA 5-20P
not available
not available
not available
not available
16A, 3.8kW
20 amps
NEMA 14-20P
not available
not available
not available
not available
24A, 5.76kW
30 amps
4 wire direct
not available
not available
not available
16A, 6.64kW
20 amps
5 wire direct
not available
not available
not available
contact
S ELF-CONTAINED
115/208-230 1 ph 60 Hz
R ecommended circuit amperage :
Plug configuration:
To avoid electrical shock, this
appliance MUST be adequately
grounded in accordance with local
electrical codes or, in the absence of
local codes, with the current edition
of the National Electrical Code ANSI/
NFPA No. 70. In Canada, all electrical
connections are to be made in
accordance with CSA C22.1, Canadian
Electrical Code Part 1 or local codes.
danger
danger
S ELF-CONTAINED
115/208-230 1 ph 60 Hz
R ecommended circuit amperage :
R ecommended wire size :
S ELF-CONTAINED
115/208-230 3 ph 60 Hz
R ecommended circuit amperage :
R ecommended wire size :
RE MOTE COM PRESSOR
(Cab inet Onl y)
208-240VAC 1 ph 50/60 Hz
R ecommended circuit amperage :
R ecommended wire size :
QUICKCHILLER • INSTALLATION/OPERATION/SERVICE MANUAL • 11.
factory
O p etit
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OPERA T I N G I N T RO DUCTION
The Alto-Shaam ® Quickchiller ™ is a processing refrigeration
system designed to rapidly and uniformly decrease the
temperature of hot foods to either a chilled or frozen state. This
process provides enhanced safety, longer storage life and better
production efficiency.
Rapid reduction in the temperature of hot foods inhibits the
growth of bacteria and provides a safe, five-day chilled food
refrigerated storage period from the time of preparation to the
time of service. Enhanced storage time offers the food service
operation considerable production efficiency. As an example,
a daily menu item can be reduced from daily preparation to a
preparation schedule consisting of two days per week.
The Alto-Shaam Quickchiller can be effectively utilized in
several types of food service programs:
1. Traditional Cook-Serve Kitchens —
Quick chilling can be used to help streamline production in operations where foods are prepared for
immediate service. Preparation of labor intensive entrées can be scheduled for production several
days before service. Chilling foods provides the ability to rethermalize these items at a later date
while maintaining both safety and product quality.
2. Modified Cook-Chill Operations—
where a significant portion of food is cooked for immediate service and a smaller portion of more labor
intensive, hot food items are prepared in advance, chilled and reheated when required for service.
3. Full Cook-Chill Operations —
where all hot food production is prepared in advance of service requirements and held in refrigerated
prepared food inventories. Hot food preparation takes place over a five-day production schedule.
The Quickchiller cooling or freezing process
is accomplished with the utilization of large
compressors and fans that are electronically
controlled through the parameters entered by
the operator on the control panel located at the
front of the cabinet. The Quickchiller provides the
operator with the ability to chill food products
to a set cavity temperature by time or by internal
product temperature using one or more food
probes. When the specified chill time has elapsed
or the probe temperature(s) has been reached the
Quickchiller will convert to a holding mode at a
temperature specified for either refrigeration or
frozen product maintenance. The Quickchiller
control maintains a record of the length operating
time used for each current cycle. After the chill
cycle has ended and the unit is maintaining a
holding temperature mode, the chiller control will
initiate an automatic defrost cycle when required.
QUICKCHILLER • INSTALLATION/OPERATION/SERVICE MANUAL • 12.
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CHILL PROCESSING CYCLES
Quickchiller Operation Modes
The Alto-Shaam Quickchiller uses high
velocity cold air circulation to remove heat from
prepared foods for the purpose of rapidly reducing
temperatures through the danger zone and
providing maximum storage life. Cold air is evenly
directed across each pan from the control side of
every Quickchiller model to assure rapid cooling.
➤processing WITH THE USE OF PROBES
Probe usage provides chill or frozen food
processing activation and termination through
use of a food probe or probes inserted into the
center of the food. The cycle is automatically
terminated when the center of the food reaches
the probe sensing temperature set by the
operator. In units with multiple probes, all
probes much reach the sensing temperature set
by the operator to trigger automatic termination
of the cycle.
The high velocity cold air produced by the
Quickchiller removes insulating layers of warm
moist air that surrounds hot products. The rapid
removal of these insulating layers of heat reduces
food temperatures significantly faster than any
other method of temperature reduction and
provides enhanced food safety.
Because the basic performance of the
Quickchiller relies on high velocity air movement
around each container of food, it is important to
load the food by placing pans directly into the pan
slides. Always use the pan slides to support the
edges of 12" x 20" steam table pans (GN 1/1). Use
a wire shelf for pan support when using 18" x 26"
sheet pans; 12" x 10" steam table pans (GN 1/2);
loaf pans; entree plates; and other small containers.
caution
TO MAINTAIN SANITATION
CONTROL, ALL FOODS FOR
QUICK-CHILL OR QUICK-FREEZE
PROCESSING MUST BE AT A
TEMPERATURE ABOVE 140°F (60°C)
AND MUST BE TIGHTLY COVERED.
➤PROCESSING BY TIME
The time mode provides processing activation
and termination based on a timed cycle selected
by the operator. Upon expiration of the timed
cycle, the cabinet automatically reverts to the
designated holding cycle temperature.
➤Holding
Following processing completion, a holding
cycle maintains the temperature to safely
hold foods after processing. The holding cycle
will also maintain a holding compartment
temperature between processing cycles.
INITIAL Quickchiller OPERATION
PrecHILLING the Cabinet
The Quickchiller should be prechilled prior
to placing hot foods into the cabinet. In models
equipped with an optional roll-in cart (trolley),
always maintain an empty food cart inside the
chiller when prechilling to eliminate air loss
through the bottom of the chiller cabinet door. An
optional Prechill Sealing Strip (Item # SA-35079)
may also be used for this purpose.
Optional Prechill Sealing Strip
SA-35079
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Fan operation
➤ Clean the Quickchiller and probes prior to use
and make certain all processing modes are
operating properly before chilling or freezing
foods.
During the initial cooling of the Quickchiller,
an evaporator fan delay system will prevent the
chilling fans from engaging until the evaporator
coil temperature is below 30°F (-1°C). The fans will
continue to run until the evaporator coil temperature
is above 60°F (16°C).
➤ To maintain proper operation of the Quickchiller,
always allow the unit to defrost whenever the
“DEFROST OVERDUE” warning appears in
the display.
➤ For optimum performance, allow the Quickchiller
to prechill for a minimum of 30 minutes before
loading pans of food.
➤ Never overload the Quickchiller.
➤ It is important to be familiar with and adhere to
all local food codes.
➤ Cook foods properly in preparation for blast
chilling or freezing.
➤ Foods should be portioned into shallow pans to a
depth not to exceed 2-inches (51mm).
➤ Pans must be covered prior to the chilling or
freezing process.
➤ Always follow the recommended shelf life for
chilled food products. Hold chilled foods
under refrigeration for a maximum of 5 days
including the day of production and the day
of consumption.
The Quickchiller will only trigger an automatic
defrost cycle during the refrigerated Hold Temp
mode. If the chiller is in any other mode when the
6-hour Fan Timer limit plus one additional hour has
elapsed, the display will indicate a warning message
“DEFROST OVERDUE” and the control will produce an
audible signal every ten seconds until a defrost is
conducted.
POWER OUTAGE
“POWER WAS OFF” will appear in the display
whenever operation is interrupted by a power
outage. The control will produce an audible signal
every 10 seconds and the display will indicate the
amount of time the power was off. If consecutive
power outages occur before the first outage has been
acknowledged, the control will accumulate the total
amount of outage time up to a period of 4 hours.
After a period of 24 hours, accumulated time will be
shown as greater than 24 hours, i.e., >24 .
Press the PROGRAM key to clear the display and stop
the audible signal.
➤ According to U.S. food code regulations, all
chilled products must be reheated to an internal
temperature of 165°F (74°C) prior to serving.
DOOR
If the Quickchiller door is opened during any
running chill or freeze cycle, the fans will disengage.
When the door is closed, the fans will reengage and
the chiller will resume operation. When the door
is opened, the display will reverse. When the unit
is in operation and not in the “off mode”, a “DOOR
OPEN” message will appear on the display along with
the normal chill data. If the door is open for more
than 2 minutes, then the beeper will sound every 10
seconds.
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A
B
C
on / off power button .
soft chill … To rapidly decrease the
temperature of foods by internal product
probe temperature or time within a range
of 24°F to 36°F (-4°C to 2°C). Soft Chill is
recommended for less dense food items
that chill quickly. The mode automatically
converts to a refrigerated holding
temperature at the end of the chill cycle.
HOLD TEMP … The mode for
refrigerated storage within a temperature
range of -5°F to +40°F (-21°C to +4°C).
Hold Temp offers continuous refrigerated
storage without the utilization of food
probes or a timer. Hold Temp always
defaults to the default hold temperature,
found under the User Settings.
D
hard chill … To rapidly decrease the
temperature of foods by internal product
probe temperature or time within a range
of 11°F to 23°F (-11°C to -5°C). Hard Chill
is recommended for more dense food
items. The mode automatically converts to
refrigerated holding temperature at the
end of the chill cycle.
E
QUICK FREEZE … The mode for rapid
freezing and frozen food maintenance by
internal product probe temperature or
time within a temperature range of
-10°F to +10°F (-23°C to -12°C). The mode
automatically converts to a frozen food
holding temperature at the end of the
quick freeze cycle.
F
START/STOP … Button used to
initiate operating modes, set time and
temperatures, and to set specific chiller
program functions or settings.
G
PROGRAM … Button used to modify or
select specific chiller programming functions
or settings.
a
b
c
d
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tarting from the
S
power key on .
1.
off
position, press the
The Alto-Shaam name will illuminate and the
Selection screen will appear on the display. The
compressor will become energized and will begin to
operate if required by the sensors.
2. Press the desired mode key. Mode will operate at last
settings entered.
a.
Soft Chill - Select Soft Chill for less dense
items such as fish or vegetables.
b.
ard Chill - Select Hard Chill for items
H
such as meats or casseroles.
c.
uick Freeze - Select Quick Freeze to
Q
freeze items and transfer them directly to
your freezer.
d.
old Temp - Used to hold chilled items at
H
a refrigerated temperature.
Note: T
he Alto-Shaam Quickchiller uses high velocity
cold air circulation to remove heat from
prepared foods. Therefore pans must be covered
prior to the chilling or freezing process to
prevent food from drying out.
3.
1.
2a.
2d.
2b.
2c.
3.
ress the Start/Stop key to begin your chill or
P
hold cycle.
caution
NEVER STACK PANS DIRECTLY
ON TOP OF EACH OTHER.
STACKED PANS WILL RESTRICT
AIR FLOW AND INCREASE CHILL
PROCESSING TIME.
caution
ADEQUATE SPACING MUST
BE ALLOWED BETWEEN PANS
FOR PROPER AIR CIRCULATION
FOR BOTH PROCESSING AND
SUBSEQUENT HOLDING.
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The date and time will appear in the display when
the unit is off. When the unit is turned on, the
screen will read: “SELECT MODE OR PRESS START TO
SELECT PRESET”
To initiate any Quickchiller operating mode,
power must initially start from the off position
or an operating mode must be halted by pressing
the Start/STOP key so that the Selection screen
appears on the display.
note: W
ith the exception of the QC2-3 counter top
Quickchiller model, the Alto-Shaam name on
the control panel will illuminate whenever
the power key is pressed to the on position.
HOLD TEMP
tarting from the off position, press the
S
power key on . The Selection screen will
appear on the display. The compressor will
become energized and will begin to operate
if required by the sensors.
Press the Hold Temp key. The display will
indicate the default hold temperature
(changeable in User Settings).
To change the displayed temperature, press the
up 5 or down 6 arrow key to increase or decrease
the temperature display within the refrigeration
storage parameters of the Hold Temp mode -5°F to
+40°F (-21°C to +4°C).
WHEN IN THE HOLD TEMP MODE AFTER A CHILL
MODE:
Press the UP 5 arrow key to display the maximum
sensor temperature achieved during the completed
chill cycle. Press the DOWN 6 arrow key to display
the minimum sensor temperature achieved during
the completed chill cycle. Press the right 4 or
left 3 arrow key to display the Probe
Done Time.
caution
NEVER STACK PANS DIRECTLY
ON TOP OF EACH OTHER.
STACKED PANS WILL RESTRICT
AIR FLOW AND INCREASE CHILL
PROCESSING TIME.
caution
ADEQUATE SPACING MUST
BE ALLOWED BETWEEN PANS
FOR PROPER AIR CIRCULATION
FOR BOTH PROCESSING AND
SUBSEQUENT HOLDING.
note : the modified holding temperature set - point is not
saved . the default hold temperature can be changed
under user settings .
Press the Start/STOP key to begin
operation of the Quickchiller in the Hold
Temp mode.
The display will indicate:
1. The length of time the chiller is
operating in the Hold Temp mode.
2. The temperature set by the operator.
3. The air temperature inside the
chiller compartment.
4. The temperature of all food probes.
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QU IC K FR E E Z E, HA R D C HI L L , S O F T CH ILL
manual operation
1.
tarting from the
S
power key on .
off
position, press the
The Alto-Shaam name will illuminate and the
Selection screen will appear on the display. The
compressor will become energized and will begin
to operate if required by the sensors.
2. Press the desired mode key.
The display will give an overview of the current
set-temperatures for the mode.
I f the current settings are acceptable,
press the Start/Stop key to begin your
chill cycle.
I f modifications are required, press the
program key and proceed to step 3.
3. The display will require the operator to select
between chilling by probe or by time.
Select the desired chill method (time or probe) by
pressing the right 4 or left 3 arrow keys.
Press the program key to continue.
Chilling by Probe
When chilling by probe, the display will indicate
the length of time the product has been chilling,
the interior compartment set temperature,
and the air temperature. The display will also
indicate the temperature of each probe along
with “ act .” to advise the operator that the
individual probe is active. As each probe reaches
the set point value, the display will indicate
“ done .” When all probes reach the individual set
point value, the chiller will automatically convert
to the holding mode.
Note: When a removable probe is unplugged,
it is assumed to be at the set-point, and it will
display “ unplugged ” on the display instead of
the actual and temperature set points.
WHEN IN THE HOLD TEMP MODE after chilling by
probe:
Press the right 4 or left 3 arrow key to display the
length of time it took for each probe to achieve set
temperature.
these data are retained until a new
probe cycle is completed .
FACTORY DEFAULT set points
Quickchiller >
Preset
Mode
Default Set Points
Chill
Probe
Hold
1. Beans
Hard Chill
14°F
38°F
38°F
3a. If time was selected, use the right 4 or left 3
arrow keys to highlight chill, hold, or time,
­t hen press the up 5 or down 6 arrow keys to
change accordingly.
2. Beef
Hard Chill
14°F
38°F
38°F
3. Casserole
Hard Chill
14°F
38°F
38°F
4. Chicken Breast
Soft Chill
34°F
38°F
38°F
5. Chicken Whole
Hard Chill
14°F
38°F
38°F
3b.If probe was selected, select top, middle and
lower probe using right 4 or left 3 arrow keys
and then press the up 5 or down 6 arrow keys to
change accordingly.
6. Duck
Hard Chill
14°F
38°F
38°F
7. Fish
Soft Chill
34°F
38°F
38°F
8. Ground Meat
Hard Chill
14°F
38°F
38°F
9. Lamb
Hard Chill
14°F
38°F
38°F
10. Lasagna
Hard Chill
14°F
38°F
38°F
11. Pork
Hard Chill
14°F
38°F
38°F
12. Potatoes
Hard Chill
14°F
38°F
38°F
13. Rice
Hard Chill
14°F
38°F
38°F
14. Sauce
Hard Chill
14°F
38°F
38°F
NOTE: Q
C2-3 and QC2-20 will display only
one probe.
4.
nce the desired settings are entered, press
O
the Start/Stop key to begin chilling.
Chilling by Time
When chilling by time, the display will indicate
a count-down of the time, the air temperature,
and the temperature of each food probe. After
time has expired, the chiller will automatically
convert to the set holding mode.
—
38°F
16. Soup
Hard Chill
14°F
38°F
38°F
17. Stew
Hard Chill
14°F
38°F
38°F
18. Stuffing
Hard Chill
14°F
38°F
38°F
19. Turkey
Hard Chill
14°F
38°F
38°F
Soft Chill
34°F
38°F
38°F
15. Sheet Cake
20. Vegetables
Soft Chill 34°F @ 10 min.
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PRE S E T PROG RAM OPERATION
PROGRA MMING PRESET S
1. S
tarting from the off position, press the power
key on . The Alto-Shaam name will illuminate
and the Selection screen will appear on the
display. The compressor will become energized
and will begin to operate if required by the
sensors.
1. S
tarting from the off position, press the power
key on . The Alto-Shaam name will illuminate and
the Selection screen will appear on the display.
The compressor will become energized and will
begin to operate if required by the sensors.
2.At the Selection screen press the START/STOP
key to access the presets.
3. Press the up 5 or down 6 arrow keys
until the arrow points to the preset menu
program desired.
The first five of the following preset menu
selections will appear in the display.
4.
PRESET SELECTIONS
1.
Beans
11. Pork
2.
Beef
12. Potatoes
3.
Casserole
13. Rice
4.
Chicken Breast
14. Sauce
5.
Chicken Whole
15. Sheet Cake
6.
Duck
16. Soup
7.
Fish
17. Stew
8.
Ground Meat
18. Stuffing
9.
Lamb
19. Turkey
Lasagna
20. Vegetables
10.
5.
Press the START/STOP key.
Press the desired mode key.
P ress the up 5 or down 6 arrow keys to
adjust temperature. Skip to Step 6.
The display will give an overview of the current
set-temperatures for the mode.
3.
Press the up 5 or down 6 arrow keys to scroll
through the preset menu items.
4.
2.At the Selection screen press the START/STOP
key to access the presets.
o change the settings
T
for the desired mode,
press the prOgram key.
5. The Display will require the operator to select
between chilling by probe or by time.
When desired preset is highlighted, press
the START/STOP key.
Select the desired chill method (time or probe)
by pressing the right 4 or left 3 arrow keys.
a. If time was selected, use the right 4 or
left 3 arrow keys to highlight chill, hold, or
time, t­ hen press the up 5 or down 6 arrow
keys to change accordingly.
The Quickchiller will show the values
previously programmed by the operator or
will begin chilling if the Presets are locked.
b. If probe was selected, select top, middle and
lower probe using right 4 or left 3 arrow keys
and then press the up 5 or down 6 arrow keys
to change accordingly.
Press the START/STOP key again to begin
operation.
6.
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C2-3 and QC2-20 will display only
one probe.
I f settings are acceptable, press the Start/
Stop key. The preset
settings will be saved and the operation
will begin.
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CHANGING USER SETTINGS
3. LANGUAGE
tarting from the off position, press the power
S
key on. The Alto-Shaam name will illuminate
and the Selection screen will appear on the
display. The compressor will become energized
and will begin to operate if required by the
sensors.
Press the Program key. The display will
indicate the User Settings each time the Program
key is pressed.
USER SETTINGS
1. Start Manual Defrost
8. HACCP Download
2. Defrost Frequency
9. Probe Verification
3. Language
10. Preset Lock
4. Date - YYYY/MM/DD
11. Chill Mode Lock
5. Time - HH:MM
12. Defrost Time (Minutes)
6. °F/°C - Fahrenheit/Celsius 13. Drip Time (Minutes)
7. Hold Default
14. Factory Settings
Press the up 5or down6arrow keys to select the
desired User Setting. Press the right4or left3arrow
keys to change the value.
The display will indicate the currently selected
language. Press the right4or left3arrow key to
select English, Spanish, or French as the language of
choice.
4.DATE
The display will indicate YEAR, MONTH, and DAY
OF MONTH (YYYY/MM/DD). Press the up5or
down6 arrow key to select the date, time, and day,
and the right4or left3arrow key to increase or
decrease the numbers as required.
5.TIME
The display will indicate the current TIME of day
(HH:MM). Press the up5or down6arrow key
to select the hours or minutes and the right4or
left3arrow key to increase or decrease the numbers
as required.
6. °F/°C - Fahrenheit/Celsius
Press the Program key to save settings and
return to the Selection screen.
The display will indicate a choice between Celsius
and Fahrenheit for Quickchiller temperature display
readings. Press the right4or left3arrow key to
toggle the setting.
7.HOLD DEFAULT
PROGRAMMING USER SETTINGS
1. Start manual defrost
The display will indicate the default HOLD
temperature. Press the right4or left3arrow key to
increase or decrease the default holding temperature
between a range of -5°F to +40°F (-21°C to +4°C).
Select Start Manual Defrost and press the Start/
Stop key to initiate a manual defrost cycle. The
defrost cycle will complete operation when the
temperature of the coil or coils reach set-point
values or after a user set period has been
reached, whichever occurs first.
2. DEFROST FREQUENCY
The display will indicate the length of time
necessary to accrue before the Fan Timer triggers an
automatic defrost cycle. The length of time can be
adjusted by pressing the right4or left3arrow keys
to increase or decrease automatic defrost cycle time
(4-10 hours).
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8.HACCP Download
This is displayed only when the control is connected
to a USB DataLogger. [Optional feature]
With the HACCP Download selected, press the Start
key and insert USB data stick. Display will indicate
QC
USB and the % status copied to USB data
stick. When 100% is displayed, transfer is complete.
Pull the data stick out of the data port. All data has
been transferred to the USB stick and is erased from
the control. A folder called "haccp" is created on the
USB data stick containing dated excel file names for
each chilling mode or defrost cycle since the last
HACCP download.
9.PROBE VERIFICATION
10.PRESET LOCK (0= unlocked , 1= locked )
I
If the presets are locked, pressing start on
the desired preset will skip the mode
o and will start immediately.
overview
Factory default is locked.
With the probe verification selected, press the Start
key to enter the probe verification mode.
The offset and the temperature will display for:
Top Probe (where applicable)
Middle Probe (where applicable)
Bottom Probe (where applicable)
If probe calibration is needed, place the probe
in a glass of ice-water and let the probe settle in
temperature. The temperature in the glass should be
32°F (0°C).
To calibrate, Press up5or down6arrow key to
adjust between the probes, and the right4or
left3arrow keys to adjust the calibration value.
Press the Program key to exit probe
calibration mode.
11.CHILL MODE LOCK (0= unlocked , 1= locked )
If the Ichill modes are locked, pressing the
chill mode button will skip the mode
o
overview
and will start immediately.
Factory default is unlocked.
12. defrost time (minutes)
This is the amount of time the defrost function
will run before automatically switching back to the
chilling mode. Factory default setting is 20 minutes.
The user may select a range from 10-30 minutes
using the right4or left3arrow key to increase or
decrease the numbers as required.
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13. Drip time (minutes)
This is the amount of time the drain heater will run
after a hot-gas defrost function before automatically
switching back to the chilling mode. Factory default
setting is 10 minutes. The user may select a range
from 5-15 minutes using the right4or left3arrow
key to increase or decrease the numbers as required.
14.FACTORY SETTINGS
Resets all presets and user-defined settings to
factory default settings. Warning: Pressing Factory
Reset will erase all User Settings and Presets
programmed by the user. All custom User Settings
and Presets will need to be reprogrammed.
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Unpacking Food Probes
Time & Temperature Guidelines
1. Cut and remove the plastic ties
keeping the probe cables
coiled during shipment.
When removing the ties,
exercise caution to avoid accidentally
cutting the black plastic covers on the probe
cable wires.
2. Uncoil the probe cables and insert the metal
portion of each probe into the bracket mounted
on the inside of the cabinet. Proper probe
placement is in the following sequence:
Place the top probe (Product Probe 1) in the top
bracket. On equipped models, place the center
probe (Product Probe 2) in the middle bracket,
and place the bottom probe (Product Probe 3) in
the bottom bracket position.
3. Before using the probes, wipe each probe and
probe tip with a disposable alcohol pad to clean
and sanitize.
Probe Cleaning Procedures
1. Remove all food residues from probes between
loads and at the end of each production shift.
Wipe the entire probe, cable assembly, and
probe holding bracket with warm detergent
solution and a clean cloth.
2. Remove detergent by wiping each probe, probe
cable, and holding bracket with clean rinse
water and a cloth.
3. Wipe probes and probe brackets with
disposable alcohol pad or sanitizing solution
recommended for food contact surfaces.
4. Replace the probe into the proper probe bracket.
Allow the probe and cable to air dry.
5. Wipe the each probe with a disposable alcohol
pad prior to inserting the probe into a new
food product.
Daily Prong Cleaning
To ensure accurate internal product temperature
readings, the prongs on the removable probe must
be cleaned daily.
1. Remove all food debris from prongs at the end
of each production shift. Wipe the entire prong
casing, and between each prong with a warm
detergent solution and a clean cloth.
2. Remove detergent by wiping with clean rinse
water and a cloth.
3. Allow prongs to air dry before replacing
detachable probe.
To assure quality and safety in chilled processed
food handling, it is important to observe the
following guidelines.
1. All foods should be covered prior to chill or
freeze processing.
2. The temperature of foods should be rapidly
reduced from 140°F to 40°F (60°C to 4°C)
within a period of 4 hours.
3. Foods can be safely removed from the chiller
cabinet at a product temperature of 40°F (4°C)
or lower.
4. Chilled foods should be stored under
refrigeration designed to hold products at
34° to 38°F (1° to 3°C) for a maximum of 5 days
or less. A 5-day shelf life includes the day of
production and the day of consumption.
5. All potentially hazardous cooked foods that
have been chilled followed by reheating and hot
food holding must be reheated to a minimum
core temperature of 165°F (74°C) for 15 seconds
prior to serving. Refer to local food codes for
possible exceptions.
6. Always reference and adhere to local food
codes and HACCP guidelines with regard to
time and temperature for chilling or frozen
food processing.
Automatic Defrost
The Quickchiller will only trigger an automatic
defrost cycle during the refrigerated Hold Temp
mode. If the chiller is in any other mode when
the Fan Timer limit plus one additional hour
has elapsed, the display will indicate a warning
message “DEFROST OVERDUE” and beep every 10
seconds until a defrost is conducted. A defrost
can be initiated manually as indicated under
User Settings in this manual, or by allowing the
Quickchiller to enter the Hold Temp mode.
Allow a mi n imum
of 30 mi nut e s of
pr ecHILL time be fore
pr ocessing .
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To maintain sanitation control when loading
the Quickchiller, foods should be above 140°F
(60°C) and should be tightly covered. A tight
cover is an important part of proper chilling
methods and must be used to prevent the
possibility of accidental contamination by
airborne bacteria.
1. During portioning and packaging operations,
all foods should be maintained at or above
140°F (60°C), or below 40°F (4°C).
Stainless steel pan covers may be used.
Stainless steel covered pans must include a label
indicating pan contents and use-by date. A cover
of clear plastic wrap is also acceptable.
When using plastic wrap as a food covering,
make certain the wrap comes in direct contact
with the surface of the product and extends
around and down each side of the pan. This is an
important step to ensure proper chilling times.
Spacing left between the plastic wrap and the
surface of the food creates an insulating air gap
resulting in more product heat retention and a
slower chilling rate.
Meat roasts and other larger, dense products
should be no larger than a weight of 8 to 10
pounds (4 to 5 kg) per item. Because of the density
of these products, chilling could take up to 4
hours. Due to longer chilling time required, it is
also suggested these items be chilled at the end of
the day with the chiller set in the automatic chill/
hold mode. This method provides the operator
with fully chilled product holding at a refrigerated
temperature on the following day.
Prior to chilling, roasts must be wrapped in
clear plastic and placed in the chiller. Do not slice
roasted meats until the day of service.
Portioned meat products such as pork chops
or meat patties should be chilled directly on the
sheet pans on which they were cooked. Cover the
sheet pans with clear plastic wrap for chilling.
After chilling, this type of product can be placed
in steam table pans for refrigerated storage.
2. If cooked foods exceed the processing capacity
of the Quickchiller, place hot product in an
appropriate back-up hot holding device such
as an Alto-Shaam ® Halo Heat Combimate
holding cabinet which will accommodate
a roll-in cart (trolley). Hold hot foods at a
temperature above 140°F (60°C).
If a hot food holding cabinet is not available,
place hot foods in short-term refrigerated
storage until these products can be loaded
into the Quickchiller for the next available
processing cycle. Production of cooked foods
should not exceed the processing capabilities
of the chiller, therefore, do not adopt shortterm refrigeration as a routine practice but use
only in an emergency situation.
3. Fill containers to a 12 pound (5kg) limit or
maximum depth of 2" (51mm) of product.
Do not use plastic or Lexan ® containers.
4. For faster cooling, place lids and over-wrap
materials directly on the surface of foods. As
previously indicated, air trapped between the
lid and food surface acts as an insulator and
will increase chill time.
5. For faster chilling times, place low profile
foods such as chicken quarters, fish fillets,
or ribs in low depth containers such as
1-1/2" (38mm) deep sheet pans.
6. Large cuts of meat and poultry that weigh
a maximum of 8 to 10 pounds (4 to 5 kg)
maximum should be individually wrapped
with tight fitting film and placed on sheet pans
in the chill cabinet.
QUICKCHILLER • INSTALLATION/OPERATION/SERVICE MANUAL • 24.
O p etit
r alti
e on
Q uic k c h i l l e r Pa n Cap a c it y:
The following Quickchiller Capacity Chart indicates the number of pans that can be accommodated in the
appropriate size chiller for the chilling or freezing function. Additional pans can be accommodated only
when using the Quickchiller for holding at a refrigerated temperature or at a maintenance temperature for
frozen food.
DO NOT OVERLOAD THE QUICKCHILLER FOR THE PROCESSING FUNCTION.
c h i l l i n g PAN C a p a c it y CHAR T
chiller
no .
model
pans
QC2-3
3
12" x 20" x 2-1/2" pans
QC2-20
5
10*
QC2-40
20
10
QC2-100
24=
48*=
20*=
* additional
total
gastronorm pan sizes
total
36 lb
530mm x 325mm x 65mm 1/1
16 kg
12" x 20" x 2-1/2" pans
18" x 26" x 1" pans
60 lb
60 lb
530mm x 325mm x 65mm 1/1
n/a
27 kg
12" x 20" x 2-1/2" pans
18" x 26" x 1" pans
160 lb
60 lb
530mm x 325mm x 65mm 1/1
n/a
73 kg
12" x 20" x 2-1/2" pans
12" x 10" x 2-1/2" pans
18" x 26" x 1" sheet pans
240 lb
240 lb
120 lb
530mm x 325mm x 65mm 1/1
265mm x 325mm x 65mm 1/2
n/a
109 kg
109 kg
weight
standard pan sizes
wire shelves required for maximum capacity
= position
pans on every other rail
NOTE: All metric equivalent sizes and capacities shown throughout this manual are approximate.
PRO DU C T c a p a cit y PER PAN:
Foods for chill or freeze processing should be portioned into shallow pans to a depth not to exceed
2-inches (51mm). The individual pan capacity chart below is provided as a general guideline to help
determine the number of processing loads required for the total quantity of food to be processed.
I N D I V I D U AL P a n C a p a c iti e s
Steam Table Pan:
12" x 20" x 2 1 / 2 "
12 lb
Gastronorm 1/1
530mm x 325mm x 65mm
5,4 kg
Steam Table Pan:
12" x 10" x 2 1 / 2 "
6 lb
Gastronorm 1/2
265mm x 325mm x 65mm
2,7 kg
Full-Size Sheet Pan:
18" x 26" x 1"
6 lb
n/a
Half-Size Sheet Pans:
18" x 13" x 1"
3 lb
n/a
EXAMPLE:
÷ 12 lb per 12" x 20" x 2 1/2" pan = 11 pans
60 kg per batch ÷ 5,4 kg per 325mm x 530mm x 65mm pan = 11 pans
132 lb per batch
QUICKCHILLER • INSTALLATION/OPERATION/SERVICE MANUAL • 25.
O p etit
r alti
e on
the following chart of portion sizes and SERVING capacitY
PER PAN IS PROVIDED as a general reference ONLY.
POR T I ON S I Z E S a n d PAN CAPAC I T I E S
PAN S I Z E › 12" x 20" x 2 - 1 / 2 "
F OOD C a t e g o r y
Se r v i n g s ize
325 x 530 x 65mm
METRIC equivalent Se r v i n g s
Se r v i n g s ize
per pan
Breakfast Items:
Griddle Cakes, Waffles, French Toast (2 to 3 each )
Eggs
4 oz
113 gm
48
2 to 4 oz
57 to 113 gm
96 to 48
Breakfast Meats
2 oz
57 gm
96
Cooked Cereals or Grains
4 oz
113 gm
48
Fruit Compote
4 oz
113 gm
48
Meat, Poultry, Fish, Seafood
4 oz
113 gm
48
6 to 8 oz
170 to 227 gm
32 to 24
4 oz
113 gm
48
4 oz
113 gm
48
Casseroles and Extended Dishes
Vegetables
Starches:
Potato, Rice, Pasta, Stuffings, Beans
Gravies and Au Jus
2 oz
57 gm
96
Sauces
4 oz
113 gm
48
4 to 6 oz
113 to 170 gm
48 to 32
4 oz
113 gm
48
Protein and Starch-Based Salads
Desserts:
Pudding, Custard, Mousse, Jello
QUICKCHILLER • INSTALLATION/OPERATION/SERVICE MANUAL • 26.
c a r e a ntit
d lcel e a n i n g
cLeaning and preVentiVe Maintenance
protecting StainLeSS SteeL SurfaceS
It is important to guard against corrosion
in the care of stainless steel
surfaces. Harsh, corrosive,
cLeaning agentS
Use non-abrasive cleaning products designed for
use on stainless steel surfaces. Cleaning agents
must be chloride-free compounds and must not
or inappropriate chemicals
can completely destroy the
contain quaternary salts. Never use hydrochloric
acid (muriatic acid) on stainless steel surfaces.
protective surface layer
Always use the proper cleaning agent at the
of stainless steel. Abrasive
pads, steel wool, or metal implements will abrade
manufacturer's recommended strength.
Contact your local cleaning supplier for
surfaces causing damage to this protective coating
product recommendations.
and will eventually result in areas of corrosion.
Even water, particularly hard water that contains
cLeaning MateriaLS
high to moderate concentrations of chloride, will
cause oxidation and pitting that result in rust
and corrosion. In addition, many acidic foods
spilled and left to remain on metal surfaces are
contributing factors that will corrode surfaces.
Proper cleaning agents, materials, and
methods are vital to maintaining the appearance
and life of this appliance. Spilled foods should be
The cleaning function can usually be accomplished
with the proper cleaning agent and a soft, clean
cloth. When more aggressive methods must be
employed, use a non-abrasive scouring pad on
difficult areas and make certain to scrub with the
visible grain of surface metal to avoid surface
scratches. Never use wire brushes, metal scouring
pads, or scrapers to remove food residue.
removed and the area wiped as soon as possible
but at the very least, a minimum of once a day.
Always thoroughly rinse surfaces after using a
cleaning agent and wipe standing water as quickly
as possible after rinsing.
caution
BRU
S
S
NO
IR E
HE
W
ST
E EL P A
DS
NO
RA PE
RS
NO
SC
TO PROTECT STAINLESS STEEL
SURFACES, COMPLETELY AVOID
THE USE OF ABRASIVE CLEANING
COMPOUNDS, CHLORIDE BASED
CLEANERS, OR CLEANERS
CONTAINING QUATERNARY SALTS.
NEVER USE HYDROCHLORIC ACID
(MURIATIC ACID) ON STAINLESS
STEEL. NEVER USE WIRE
BRUSHES, METAL SCOURING
PADS OR SCRAPERS.
QUICKCHILLER • INSTALLATION/OPERATION/SERVICE MANUAL • 27.
c a r e a ntit
d lcel e a n i n g
Interior Cleaning
Probe Cleaning Procedures
Remove the optional roll-in cart (trolley) from cart
equipped models. Open the Quickchiller door to
warm the interior of the cabinet.
1. Remove all food soil from probes between
loads and at the end of each production shift.
Wipe entire probe, cable assembly, and probe
holding door bracket with warm detergent
solution and a clean cloth.
2. Remove detergent by wiping each probe, cable,
and bracket with clean rinse water and a cloth.
3. Wipe probes and probe brackets with
disposable alcohol pad or sanitizing solution
recommended for food contact surfaces
4. Allow probe and cable to air dry in probe
holding door bracket.
5. Wipe the probe with a disposable alcohol pad
prior to inserting into a new food product.
1. Remove any loose food debris with a cleaning
cloth or small hand broom.
2. Use a mild, non-abrasive detergent and warm
water. Wipe-down the interior of the cabinet,
removing all food residue. This includes the
ceiling, floor, walls and fan panel.
Wipe-down the interior door panel and clean
the vinyl gaskets. Make certain to clean under
the gaskets to remove any mildew accumulation
or food residue.
3. Rinse all interior surfaces including the cabinet
door and gasket with clean water and a cloth.
Remove all rinse water.
4. Wipe interior surfaces with a clean cloth and
sanitizing solution for use on metal and vinyl
food contact surfaces. This is an important step
to control the build-up of unwanted mildew
and mold in the refrigeration system.
5. Allow interior to air dry with door open.
Exterior Cleaning
1. Wipe all exterior surfaces
including the control panel,
door frame, latches, and hinges
with a damp cloth containing
a mild, non-abrasive, nonchloride detergent solution.
2. Rinse detergent solution with a cloth and
warm water. Allow exterior to air dry.
3. Polish with any standard stainless steel polish
designed for use on food service equipment.
When cleaning the exterior of the cabinet,
always wipe with the grain of the stainless steel
to avoid scratching or marring the finish. Avoid
an accumulation of oil based polish or cleaner
collecting along the edges of the keyboard
overlay on the control box. Oil build-up around
the control overlay could eventually loosen
the panel.
DO NOT USE ABRASIVE CLEANING
COMPOUNDS OR IMPLEMENTS.
danger
diSconnect unit froM
power Source Before
cLeaning or SerVicing.
FOOD Trolley Cleaning
1. Take food trolley to a cart wash area. Trolleys
may be cleaned using any mild cleaning
detergent and warm water.
2. Hand wipe all framing, slides, drip pan, and
base. Thoroughly clean debris from the casters. A
spray hose can be used for easier cart cleaning.
3. Remove detergent solution with warm water.
4. Wipe or spray with a sanitizing solution
designed for use on metal and vinyl food
contact surfaces.
5. Allow trolley to air dry.
Month l y Compr ess or & Cond e ns e r
Maintenance
Keep the condenser coils free of dust and
debris build-up to insure proper air circulation
and cooling of the refrigeration system.
1. Turn power supply to the cabinet OFF.
2. Using a vacuum or small hand broom, brush
the condenser coils in a vertical motion to
remove any accumulated dust or debris.
3. Turn breaker switches ON and replace air grill.
danger
AT NO TIME SHOULD THE INTERIOR
OR EXTERIOR BE STEAM CLEANED,
HOSED DOWN, OR FLOODED WITH
WATER OR LIQUID SOLUTION OF
ANY KIND. DO NOT USE WATER JET
TO CLEAN.
SeVere daMage or
eLectricaL haZard
couLd reSuLt.
WARRANTY BECOMES VOID IF
APPLIANCE IS FLOODED
QUICKCHILLER • INSTALLATION/OPERATION/SERVICE MANUAL • 28.
t r o u b ltit
e slheo o ti n g
CON T ROL ERROR DI S PLAYS
control display
action required
Real Time Clock Bad
This is likely caused by the unit having been unplugged for an extended
amount of time. The data stored in the Real-Time Clock has been reset to
the factory default values. Contact service if problem persists.
E-60: REAL TIME CLOCK DEFAULTS LOADED,
VERIFY CORRECT TIME, POWER CYCLE UNIT TO
CLEAR THIS MESSAGE.
Real Time Clock Not Detected
Real Time Clock not detected. Contact service if problem persists.
E-61: REAL TIME CLOCK NOT DETECTED.
POWER CYCLE UNIT AND CALL FOR
SERVICE IF THE PROBLEM PERSISTS.
Button Stuck
E-90: BUTTON STUCK. CHECK ALL BUTTONS AND
ERROR WILL CLEAR WHEN THE PROBLEM HAS
BEEN RESOLVED
Using Default Function Values
This error message indicates the control memory is not correctly reading
user-set values. The Quickchiller will remain operational but the user
defined settings will be reloaded to the default values. The control will
revert to factory default settings and will require operator modification
each time the unit is used. Call Service. Acknowledge error by pressing the
power button.
E-80 - EEPROM ERROR
USING DEFAULT FUNCTION VALUES
Probe Open/Shorted
PROBE N* OPEN -OR- PROBE N* SHORTED
CALL FOR SERVICE
Cavity Open Shorted
This error message indicates a problem with the probe identified within the
display. The Quickchiller will operate normally in the Time mode but will
not operate in the Probe mode. Call service.
*N signifies probe number that is shorted: 1= top, 2= middle, 3= bottom
This error message indicates a problem with the interior cavity sensor. The
Quickchiller will not operate in any operational mode. Call service.
CAVITY SENSOR OPEN OR SHORTED.
CALL FOR SERVICE
Coil Open Shorted
COIL N* OPEN OR COIL N* SHORTED
CALL FOR SERVICE
Bad Calibration
This error message indicates a problem with the display identified coil
sensor. The Quickchiller will remain operational but will extend the defrost
cycle to the full period of 20 minutes. Call service.
*N signifies coil number that is shorted.
Calibration bad. Call service.
E-81: BAD CALIBRATION. PLEASE CALL SERVICE
AD1-0=(PASs) (FAIL) AD1-1=(PASs)(FAIL)
AD2-0=(PASs)(FAIL) AD2-1=(PASs)(FAIL)
AD3-0=(PASs)(FAIL) AD3-1=(PASs)(FAIL)
Requires Calibration
This error message indicates that a button is stuck. Check all buttons.
Error will clear when the problem has been solved. Contact service is
problem persists.
Note: Display will signify PASs where calibration is good, or FAIL
where calibration is bad.
Requires Calibration. Call service.
E-82: Requires Calibration.
PLEASE CALL SERVICE
Power Failure
power was off for HH:mm
Press Program to acknowledge
Power has been off. Press Program to acknowledge.
NOTE: if such an event has occurred, it is strongly recommended
that you ensure the food is safe for consumption according to
local health regulations.
QUICKCHILLER • INSTALLATION/OPERATION/SERVICE MANUAL • 29.
parts information
QC2-3 Bottom
12
13
14
11
1
10
2
9
5
8
7
4
3
5
6
Item
Part
Description
Qty.
1
RE-29821
Condensing Unit Duct
1
2
PE-29819
Top Louver Channel
1
3
PE-29830
Compressor Louver
1
4
SW-29823
Pressure Switch
1
5
LG-29904
6" Leg, Standard
4
CS-29822
3" Ranserve Caster Non Locking, Option
4
6
SC-29824
Bolt, 1/4-20 x 3.5" Shoulder Bolt Hex Head
16
7
BX-29820
Electrical Mounting Bracket
1
8
SC-29829
Bolt, 10-24x1/2 H/W/H 410 SS F08ZS Hex Head
12
9
FU-29901
Breaker, 2 Pole 20 Amp, QOU220 Universal
1
10
PN-29825
Condensate Evaporator Pan
1
11
EL-29828
Element, 115V 200W Evap. 000274 N
1
12
NU-29827
Nut, 10-24 Stainless Nylock
1
13
BT-29826
Tie Down Bracket for Elect Condensate Evaporator Heater
1
14
CD-29831
Cord with Plug, 20Amp 125V 5-20P, 9' Long
1
Q u i c k c h i l l e r P a r t s • Q u i c k c h i l l e r O w n e r s M a n u a l • 30
parts information
QC2-3 Box view
2
1
21
3
4
20
5
6
7
19
8
18
17
16
4
9
15
10
14
Item
Part
Description
13
11
12
Qty.
Item
1
BT-29841
Holding Bracket Ref Line
1
13
SC-29837
Part
Screw, 1/4-20 x 5/8" Socket Set 18-8 SS
Description
1
2
PR-34299
Probe Receptacle Assembly
1
14
HG-29836
Hinge, Strap w/Collar 38mm L-Shaped
1
3
PR-34298
Probe, Quick Connect
1
15
HG-29960
Unit Hinge Bracket
1
4
SR-29832
Stainless Steel Side Rack
2
16
SC-29910
Screw, 10x2" THP TYPE A S M62G 410SS
4
5
BU-29937
Bushing, Nylon Hinge 118
1
17
CD-29831
Cord, 2 Prong Male, for Fan
1
6
SC-29839
Screw, 10x1/2" Slot
1
18
BX-29843
Electrical Box
1
7
GS-29838
Gasket, 15.59 x 24.25 Push In Press In
1
19
HL-29840
Food Probe Holder
1
8
DR-29833
27x17 Door, Hinged Left
1
20
PG-35098
Plug, 3/4" Grommet
5
9
HG-29959
Hinge, Top Door, Left Hand Channel
1
21
SC-29835
Screw, 10x1/2" T/H/P 410 S/S M4XG
3
11
SC-29835
Screw, 1/4-20 x 5/8" Socket Set 18-8 SS
1
22
ST-35099
Stud, Side Rack Mounting (not shown)
4
12
HG-29834
Hinge, Spring Load Assembly, Self-Closing
1
Q u i c k c h i l l e r P a r t s • Q u i c k c h i l l e r O w n e r s M a n u a l • 31
Qty.
parts information
QC2-3 coil view
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
6
Add plastic
edge guard to
drip pan
15
Part
Description
10
11
14
16
Item
13 12
Upon installation of drip
pan, silicone pan perimeter
to interior liner bottom
Qty.
Item
1
GD-29848
Fan Guard
1
9
CD-29831
Part
Cord, 2 Prong 24" Female
Description
1
2
GD-29850
Fan Shroud Assembly
1
10
CD-29858
Cord, 2 Prong 24" Male
1
3
FA-29854
Blade, 12" Evaporator Fan
1
11
PN-29851
Drain Pan with Tubing, Evaporator BC-3
1
4
FA-29853
Motor, Fan ESP-OL75EM14
1
12
BT-29849
Fan Mounting Bracket
2
5
SC-29855
Bolt, 10-24x5 Phillip Truss
19
13
CD-29860
Wire, 11" Loop, Drain Heater
1
6
BT-29847
Evaporator Coil Mounting Bracket
2
14
SN-34663
Sensor,1-3/4" RTD, Shrink Tubing
1
7
VA-29852
Valve, 1/4 Ton R404 L-T MOP
1
15
SN-33541
Sensor, 1-3/4" Long
1
8
RE-29846
Coil Assembly, 12x17-1/4 Blast Chiller 3EX-0802C
1
16
NU-29827
Nut, 10-24 Stainless Nylock
4
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Qty.
parts information
QC2-3 Compressor view
2
3
1
4
7
6
5
4
Item
Part
Description
Qty.
1
RE-29861
Condensing Assembly, 1/2 MED R404A 120V
1
2
SW-29823
Pressure Switch
1
3
FI-29862
Dryer, 1/4" Filter with 2nd 1/4"
1
4
VA-29863
Solenoid Valve & 120V Coil
1
5
VA-29864
Valve, Sporlan CRO-4-0/75 Crankcase Pressure Reg.
1
6
MO-29865
Motor, Fan Condenser Unit
1
7
FA-29866
Fan Blade
1
1/4" & 3/8" Diameter Copper Tubing is used
Q u i c k c h i l l e r P a r t s • Q u i c k c h i l l e r O w n e r s M a n u a l • 33
parts information
QC2-3 ContRol Box
1
3
4
2
8
7
6
9
5
1
18
17
15
16
10
11
14
13
12
Item
Part
Description
Qty.
1
BT-29929
Dinrail, End Stop
2
2
BA-34010
Digital Relay 2, Circuit Board
1
3
BA-34009
Digital Relay 1, Circuit Board
2
4
BT-29918
Din Rail Mounting Bracket, 160mm Long
1
5
CR-29925
Connector, Flat Base M.D. End
1
6
FU-29934
Fuse, 15 Amp Time Delay
2
7
BK-29919
Block, 20 Amp Fuse Holder
2
8
CR-29924
Connector, Terminal Medium Duty
1
9
BA-29927
Power Supply, 115V to 12VDC
1
10
PI-26098
Pipe, .125" Thick Acrylic Tube, QC2 Control Light
4
11
PN-29932
Control Panel Assembly
1
12
CC-35050
HACCP Data Logger, USB Port, option
1
13
SC-29933
Bolt, M5
12
14
TM-29920
Terminal Block, 9 Position, Pluggable
1
15
TM-29921
Terminal Block, 7 Position, Pluggable
1
16
TM-29923
Terminal Block, 10 Position, Pluggable
1
17
TM-29922
Terminal Block, 8 Position, Pluggable
1
18
CC-34682
Control Board
1
PE-29624
Panel Overlay (not shown)
1
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parts information
QC-20 Bottom
8
6
7
6
4
3
2
5
1
Item
Part
Description
Qty.
1
PN-29968
Compressor Louver
1
2
FI-29954
Filter Dryer
1
3
VA-29900
Valve, Pressure Regulator
1
4
RE-29947
Compressor, 3/4 HP LO R404A
1
5
CD-29831
Cord with Plug, 20Amp 125V 5-20P, 9' Long
1
6
RE-29966
Condensate Evaporator Pan - includes Hold Down Bracket
1
7
EL-29828
Evaporator Element, 115V 200W
1
8
FU-29965
Breaker, 1 Pole 20 Amp
1
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parts information
QC-20 Box view
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
19
9
10
20
17
19
18
17
16
15
14
11
12
12
13
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Part
CU-29964
BT-29918
FU-29926
BK-29919
BA-29927
FA-29945
PR-34299
5009220
SC-29835
HG-29959
DR-29957
Description
Qty.
Capacitor, 14MFD, 440VAC
1
Din Rail
1
Fuse. 10 Amp Time Delay, 326-010 300V
1
Block, Fuse Holder
1
Power Supply, 115V to 12VDC 40 Watt
1
Fan, Evaporator
1
Probe Receptacle Assembly
1
Sensor, Air Temperature
1
Screw, 10x1/2" T/H/P 410 S/S M4XG
1
Hinge, Top Door, Left Hand Channel
1
Door Assembly with Handle, Hinged Left
1
Item
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Part
HG-29938
SC-29837
SC-29839
HG-35101
HG-29960
SR-29969
PR-34298
LG-29904
SC-29961
HL-29840
GS-35118
9
Description
Hinge, 2" x 3" Lift Off Left Bottom
Bolt, Black Set Screw
Screw, 10x1/2" Slot
Hinge, Complete Assembly
Hinge, Door w/o Collar 38mm, L-shaped
Stainless Steel Side Rack
Probe, Quick Connect
Leg, 6"
Screw, 14x1" HWH TEK ZINC
Food Probe Holder (not shown)
Door Gasket, QC2-20
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Qty.
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
4
16
1
1
parts information
QC-20 coil view
1
17
16
2
15
3
4
14
13
5
6
12
11
9
10
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Part
RE-29944
PR-34704
SN-33541
BK-24427
SN-34663
CD-29860
PN-29943
TE-35100
Description
Coil, QuickChiller QC2-20
Probe Receptacle Assembly
Sensor, Air Temperature
Mounting Block for Air Sensor
Sensor, Defrost
Wire, 11" Loop Drain Heater
Evaporator Pan, QC2-20, without Element
Copper Tee, 1/2 ID
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
Item
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Part
VA-29900
LT-29940
BU-29937
FA-29945
SC-29935
SC-29936
HG-29938
BT-29942
PI-29939
7
8
Description
Valve, Sporlan Pressure Regulator
Latch, Plate for Fan Door
Bushing, Nylon
Fan, Axial
Bolt, 1/4-20
Bolt, 1/4-20 x 3/8"
Hinge Assembly, 2" x 3" Lift Off Left Bottom
Bracket, Special Rack Pin
Pin, 3/4 x 1-1/4" Rack
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1
1
1
1
19
8
2
2
2
parts information
QC-20 Compressor view
2
1
3
4
5
4
6
8
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Part
FI-29954
VA-29900
RE-29947
VA-29863
IN-29952
BT-29951
BT-29950
PN-29949
RE-29948
MO-29955*
FA-29956*
*not shown
7
Description
Filter Dryer
Solenoid Valve, Sporlan Pressure Regulator
Compressor, QC2-20
Solenoid Valve & 120V Coil
Insulation Wrap
Bracket, Back Compressor Hold Down
Bracket, Front Compressor Hold Down
Housing
Condensing Unit, 3/4 HP LT R404A 120V
Motor, 3/4 HP Compressor Fan Motor
Fan Blade for Compressor Fan Motor
1/4" & 3/8" Diameter Copper Tubing is used
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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QC-20 Control PaneL
1
Apply Weather Stripping
to Front Top Edge of Panel
2
9
3
4
8
7
6
5
5
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Part
SC-29933
CC-34682
PI-26098
PN-29962
CC-35050
TM-29920
TM-29923
TM-29922
TM-29921
PE-29624
Description
Bolt, M5
QuickChiller Control Board
Pipe, .125" Thick Acrylic Tube, QC2 Control Light
Control Panel Assembly, QC2-20
HACCP Data Logger, USB Port, option
Terminal Block, 9 Position, Pluggable
Terminal Block, 10 Position, Pluggable
Terminal Block, 8 Position, Pluggable
Terminal Block, 7 Position, Pluggable
Control Panel Overlay (not shown)
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12
11
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Part
BA-34009
BA-34010
BT-29929
BT-29918
CR-29925
CU-29964
CR-29924
FU-29926
BK-29919
BA-29927
Description
Digital Relay 2, Circuit Board
Digital Relay 1, Circuit Board
Dinrail, End Stop
Dinrail
Connector, Flat Base M.D. End
Capacitor, 14 MFD 440VAC
Connector, Terminal
Fuse,15 Amp Time Delay
Fuse Holder Block
Power Supply, 115V to 12VDC 40 Watt
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2
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
QC-20 Control Box
1
2
3
3
4
5
6
10
7
8
9
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parts information
QC2-40 compressor
4
3
2
1
2
5
6
Item
Part
Description
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1
VA-29898
Valve, Liquid Line Solenoid
2
2
SE-29897
Solenoid Valve & Coil, Danfoss, 120V
2
3
VA-29900
Valve, Sporlan Crankcase Pressure Regulator
1
4
FI-29899
Filter Drier
1
5
EL-29828
Element, 115V 200W Evaporator
1
6
PN-29903
Evaporator Pan, QC2-40 without Element
1
RE-29896
Condensing Unit, 1.5 HP 230V 1 Phase
1
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QC2-40 compressor Housing
1
6
5
4
2
3
Item
Part
Description
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1
FU-29901
Breaker, 2 Pole 20 AMP
1
2
PE-29902
Compressor Louver
1
3
LG-29904
6" Leg, Standard
4
SC-29824
Leg Bolt, 1/4-20 x 3.5" Shoulder Bolt Hex Head
16
4
PN-29903
Evaporator Pan, QC2-40, without Element
1
5
RE-29896
Condensing Unit, 1.5 HP 230V 1 Phase
1
6
CD-35103
Cord and Plug, 125/250V 20 Amp 14-20P, 9' Long
1
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Q C 2 - 4 0 c o IL
1
Suction
Line
2
1
Hot Gas
Defrost
Line
3
Discharge
Line
2
Item
Part
Description
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1
RE-29905
Coil Assembly, 19x20 QuickChiller
2
2
VA-29906
Valve, Expansion
2
3
CD-29860
Wire, 11" Loop Drain Heater
1
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Q C 2 - 4 0 D OOR
1
7
4
6
2
5
4
3
Item
Part
Description
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1
HG-29913
Upper Hinge, Bracket, Left-Hand
1
2
HD-26967
Handle, Door
1
3
BT-29911
Lower Bracket, Horizontal Pivot, Left-Hand
1
4
HG-29912
Hinge Insert, Self Closing
1
5
SC-29910
Screw, 10x2" THP
4
6
GS-29914
Gasket, Door, QC2-40
1
7
HL-29840
Food Probe Holder
3
8
DR-29909
Door Assembly without Handle or Hinges
1
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parts information
Q C 2 - 4 0 INTERIOR
1
2
3
4
5
4
Item
Part
Description
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1
PR-34299
Probe, Receptacle
3
2
PR-34298
Probe, Quick Connect
3
3
PE-29916
Panel, QC2-40 Fan Guard, Right
1
4
SR-29915
Rack, Pan Support
2
5
PE-29917
Panel, QC2-40 Fan Guard, Left
1
6
SH-22584
Shelf, Stainless Steel Wire (not shown)
1
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parts information
QC2-40 Control Panel
1
3
2
5
4
6
7
13
12
14
17
20
18
15
19
11
16
19
9
10
8
Item
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Item
1
TM-29921
Part
Terminal Block, Pluggable, 180 Deg, 7 Position
Description
1
11
LT-26969
Door Latch, Left-Hand
1
2
TM-29922
Terminal Block, Pluggable, 180 Deg, 8 Position
1
12
FU-29934
Fuse, 15A Time Delay SC-15 300V 3/4HP
2
3
TM-29923
Terminal Block, Pluggable, 180 Deg, 10 Position
1
13
BK-29919
Block, Fuse Holder, 20A 300VAC
2
4
TM-29920
Terminal Block, Pluggable, 90 Deg, 9 Position
1
14
BA-29927
Power Supply, 115V to 12VDC, 40 Watt, 60C Op Temp
1
5
SC-29928
Bolt, 6-32x1/2, Philip Truss Head
7
15
BA-34010
Relay Board
1
6
CC-34682
Control Board
1
16
BA-34009
Relay Board
2
7
PI-26098
Pipe, .125" Thick Acrylic Tube Ligt Pipe
4
17
CR-29925
Connector, Flat Base M.D. End
1
8
CC-29930
Control Panel Assembly
1
18
CR-29924
Connector, Terminal Medium Duty
1
9
HG-29931
Hinge, Control Panel Bottom
1
19
BT-29929
Dinrail, End Stop
2
10
BT-29918
Dinrail Mounting Bracket
1
20
CC-35050
HACCP Data Logger, USB Port, option
1
PE-29624
Panel Overlay (not shown)
1
Part
Description
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Q C 2 - 4 0 FAN
1
2
3
Item
Part
Description
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1
FA-29853
Motor, Fan Evaporator, QC2-40
2
2
FT-29908
Plastic Collar, 14-1/2" Round, QC2-40
2
3
FA-29907
Blade, 14" Evaporator Fan, QC2-40
2
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QC2-100 compressor
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
4
2
Item
Part
Description
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1
TE-29986
Tee, Copper, 3/8 x 3/8 x 3/8" ID
4
2
RE-35155
Solenoid Valve & Coil, Danfoss, 120V
2
3
TE-35153
Tee, Copper, 1/2 x 1/2 x 3/8" ID
1
4
VA-29898
Valve, Liquid Line Solenoid
2
5
TE-35154
Tee, Copper, 1-1/8 x 1-1/8 x 5/8" OD
1
6
EL-35152
Elbow, Copper 1/4" Street
2
7
FI-29987
Filter Drier
1
RE-29983
Condensing Unit, 3HP 208/230V 1 Phase
1
RE-35172
Condensing Unit, 3HP 208/230V 3 Phase
1
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Q C 2 - 1 0 0 c o IL
5
1
2
3
4
Item
Part
Description
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1
RE-29905
Coil Assembly, 19x20 QuickChiller
1
2
VA-29906
Valve, Expansion
1
3
TE-35153
Tee, Copper, 1/2 x 1/2 x 3/8" ID
1
4
FA-29945
Fan, Axial Evaporator Coil
1
5
TE-29985
Tee, Copper, 1/2" x 1/2" x 1/4" ID
1
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Q C 2 - 1 0 0 D OOR
5
6
4
3
1
2
Item
Part
Description
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1
HD-26967
Handle, Door
1
2
GS-29994
Gasket, Compression, QC2-100
1
3
GS-29993
Gasket, Door, QC2-100
1
4
HG-29992
Hinge, Adjustable, QC2-100
3
5
SC-29991
Screw, Pan Head, 8-32 x 1/2" Long
1
6
HL-29840
Food Probe Holder
3
DR-29990
Door Assembly, QC2-100, without Handle or Hinges
1
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parts information
Q C 2 - 1 0 0 INTERIOR
10
11
12
1
13
14
2
9
7
8
3
6
4
5
*not shown
Item
Qty.
Item
RE-29983
Condensing Unit, 3HP 208/230V 1 Phase
1
9
PA-29857
Plate, Leg Mounting
4
RE-35172
Condensing Unit, 3HP 208/230V 3 Phase
1
10
BK-29919
Block, Fuse Holder, 20A 300VAC
1
2
PN-29842
Louver Panel, QC2-100
1
11
FU-29995
Block, Fuse Holder, 30A 600VAC
2
3
PN-29999
Panel, Control Panel Assembly, QC2-100
1
12
FU-29997
Fuse, 15A Time Delay SC-15 300V 3/4HP
1
4
DR-29990
Door Assembly, QC2-100, without Hinges and Handle
1
13
FU-29998
Fuse, 30A Time Delay CCMR-30 600VAC
2
5
HG-29992
Hinge, Adjustable, QC2-100
3
14
FU-29996
Breaker, 2 Pole, 30 Amp
1
6
GS-29994
Gasket, Compression
1
SH-22473*
Shelf, Stainless Steel Wire
1
7
contact factory
Trolley Guides
1
PR-34299*
Probe, Receptacle
3
8
LG-29856
Leg, Flanged Foot
4
PR-34537*
Probe, Quick Connect
3
SA-35079*
Pre-Chill Strip
1
1
Part
Description
Part
Description
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QC2-100 Control Panel
16
15
14
17
13
12
11
10
6
1
9
2
8
3
6
7
4
5
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Item
1
CC-35050
HACCP Data Logger, USB Port, option
1
11
TM-29920
Terminal Block, Pluggable, 90 Deg, 9 Position
1
2
BA-34010
Relay Board
1
12
CC-34682
Control Board
1
3
BA-34009
Relay Board
2
13
TM-29923
Terminal Block, Pluggable, 180 Deg, 10 Position
1
4
CU-29964
Capacitor, 14MFD, 440VAC
3
14
TM-29922
Terminal Block, Pluggable, 180 Deg, 8 Position
1
5
SC-29991
Bolt, Phillips Truss, 8-32
4
15
TM-29921
Terminal Block, Pluggable, 180 Deg, 7 Position
1
6
BT-29929
Dinrail, End Stop
2
16
SC-29928
Bolt, 6-32x1/2, Philip Truss Head
7
7
SC-29632
Bolt, Slotted Flat Head
1
17
PN-29999
Panel, Control Panel Assembly
1
8
LT-26969
Door Latch, Left-Hand
1
PE-29624*
Panel Overlay
1
9
BT-29918
Dinrail Mounting Bracket
1
PI-26098*
Pipe, .125" Thick Acrylic Tube Ligt Pipe
4
10
BA-29927
Power Supply, 115V to 12VDC, 40 Watt, 60C Op Temp
1
Item
Part
Description
Part
Description
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TRANSPORTATION DAMAGE and CLAIMS
1.
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3.
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7.
8.
All Alto-Shaam equipment is sold F.O.B. shipping point, and when accepted by the carrier, such shipments
become the property of the consignee.
Should damage occur in shipment, it is a matter between the carrier and the consignee. In such cases,
the carrier is assumed to be responsible for the safe delivery of the merchandise, unless negligence can be
established on the part of the shipper.
Make an immediate inspection while the equipment is still in the truck or immediately after it is moved to the receiving area.
Do not wait until after the material is moved to a storage area.
Do not sign a delivery receipt or a freight bill until you have made a proper count and inspection of all merchandise received.
Note all damage to packages directly on the carrier’s delivery receipt.
Make certain the driver signs this receipt. If he refuses to sign, make a notation of this refusal on the receipt.
If the driver refuses to allow inspection, write the following on the delivery receipt:
Driver refuses to allow inspection of containers for visible damage.
Telephone the carrier’s office immediately upon finding damage, and request an inspection. Mail a written confirmation of the
time, date, and the person called.
Save any packages and packing material for further inspection by the carrier.
Promptly file a written claim with the carrier and attach copies of all supporting paperwork.
We will continue our policy of assisting our customers in collecting claims which have been properly filed and actively pursued.
We cannot, however, file any damage claims for you, assume the responsibility of any claims, or accept deductions in payment
for such claims.
LIMITED WARRANTY
Alto-Shaam, Inc. warrants to the original purchaser only that any original part that is found to be defective in material or workmanship will, at
Alto-Shaam's option, subject to provisions hereinafter stated, be replaced with a new or rebuilt part.
the parts warranty period is as follows:
For the refrigeration compressor on Alto-Shaam Quickchillers™, five (5) years from the date of installation.
For the heating element on Halo Heat® cooking and holding ovens, as long as the original purchaser owns the oven. This
excludes holding only equipment.
For all other parts, one (1) year from the date of installation or fifteen (15) months from the shipping date, whichever occurs first.
The labor warranty period is one (1) year from the date of installation or fifteen (15) months from the shipping date, whichever occurs first.
Alto-Shaam will bear normal labor charges performed during standard business hours, excluding overtime, holiday rates or any
additional fees.
To be valid, a warranty claim must be asserted during the applicable warranty period. This warranty is not transferable.
tHIs WarrantY doEs not applY to:
1. Calibration.
2. Replacement of light bulbs, door gaskets, and/or the replacement of glass due to damage of any kind.
3. Equipment damage caused by accident, shipping, improper installation or alteration.
4. Equipment used under conditions of abuse, misuse, carelessness or abnormal conditions, including but not limited to, equipment
subjected to harsh or inappropriate chemicals, including but not limited to, compounds containing chloride or quaternary salts, poor water
quality, or equipment with missing or altered serial numbers.
5. Damage incurred as a direct result of poor water quality, inadequate maintenance of steam generators and/or surfaces affected by water
quality. Water quality and required maintenance of steam generating equipment is the responsibility of the owner/operator.
6. Damage caused by use of any cleaning agent other than Alto-Shaam's Combitherm® Cleaner, including but not limited to damage due to
chlorine or other harmful chemicals. Use of alto-shaam's combitherm® cleaner on combitherm® ovens is highly recommended.
7. Any losses or damage resulting from malfunction, including loss of product, food product, revenue, or consequential or incidental
damages of any kind.
8. Equipment modified in any manner from original model, substitution of parts other than factory authorized parts, removal of any parts
including legs, or addition of any parts.
This warranty is exclusive and is in lieu of all other warranties, express or implied, including the implied warranties of merchantability and
fitness for a particular purpose. In no event shall Alto-Shaam be liable for loss of use, loss of revenue or profit, or loss of product, or for any
indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages. No person except an officer of Alto-Shaam, Inc. is authorized to modify this warranty
or to incur on behalf of Alto-Shaam any other obligation or liability in connection with Alto-Shaam equipment.
E ffe c tive n ove m ber 1, 2011
RECORD THE MODEL AND SERIAL NUMBER OF THE APPLIANCE FOR EASY REFERENCE.
ALWAYS REFER TO BOTH MODEL AND SERIAL NUMBER IN ANY CONTACT WITH ALTO-SHAAM REGARDING THIS APPLIANCE.
Model: ______________________________________________ Date Installed: ______________________________________________________
Voltage: ______________________________________________ Purchased From: ___________________________________________
Serial Number: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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