UNDERCOUNTER GLASSWARE WASHER

UNDERCOUNTER GLASSWARE WASHER
UNDERCOUNTER
GLASSWARE WASHER
MODELS 82030-586 and 82030-588,
and 82100-002 and 82100-004
Installation / Operation / Maintenance Manual
Undercounter and Freestanding / Mobile Versions
120V, 1 φ, 60 Hz
SERIAL # ______________________
VWR
1310 Goshen Parkway
Westchester, PA 19380
1-800-932-5000
1-610-431-1700
Internet: www.VWR.com
Document P/N: MAN456
Revision:
First, 8-7-06
IMPORTANT: SHIPMENT INSPECTION
Before leaving our factory, each unit is certified by VWR’s Quality
Assurance department and carefully packed. Upon arrival, inspect all
containers for visible loss or damage and report any damage on the
carrier’s freight bill or express receipt. Failure to do so may void the
carrier’s responsibility.
Should concealed loss or shipping damage be observed after opening
containers, have the carrier inspect the packaging within 15 days of
delivery, and then file a claim with the carrier.
VWR will assist in claims, but must be notified immediately and sent a
copy of the carrier’s inspection report.
WARNING:
DO NOT STORE OR PROCESS FLAMMABLE MATERIALS
This unit is not designed nor is it intended to be used
for the purpose of processing or storage of materials that
may contain volatile flammable solvents or that may emit
flammable vapors during processing or storage.
© Copyright VWR, 2003 – 2005.
All rights reserved.
IMPORTANT SYMBOLS USED IN THIS MANUAL
Within this manual, please read closely any warnings, instructions,
and advice accompanied by the following symbols:
WARNING
INJURY OR EVEN DEATH MAY RESULT
IF A RECOMMENDATION MARKED
WITH THIS SYMBOL IS NOT HEEDED.
This symbol also indicates equipment safety components and
safety features. See Section 2, “Safety,” for a description of
safety elements designed into the washer.
PROPERTY RISK
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the washer and/or the load, adhere to
the procedures designated by this icon.
ADVICE
PRACTICAL TIPS
These recommendations are intended to streamline washer
installation or operation and maximize productivity.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION AND FEATURES ...................................................1
SAFETY..........................................................................................3
WASHER OVERVIEW......................................................................4
Washer Phase Chart ............................................................................................ 6
INSTALLING THE WASHER ............................................................7
Preparing for Installation .................................................................................... 7
Required Tools................................................................................................ 7
Required Plumbing Supplies........................................................................... 7
Required Utilities ............................................................................................ 8
Dimensional Requirements............................................................................. 8
Step-by-Step Installation Instructions............................................................... 10
1) Prepare the Tap and DI Water Connections ............................................. 10
2) Prepare the Electrical Connection ............................................................ 10
3) Connect to the Facility Drain.................................................................... 11
4) Connect the Tap and DI Water Supplies .................................................. 12
5) Connect the Electrical Supply .................................................................. 12
6) Test For Leaks .......................................................................................... 12
7) Move the Unit Into Final Position ............................................................ 12
8) Adjust the Leveling Legs.......................................................................... 13
9) Secure the Washer In Its Final Position.................................................... 13
10) Toe-Kick Plate Installation (Optional) ................................................... 14
WASHER COMPONENTS ..............................................................15
HOW TO RUN A WASH CYCLE ......................................................23
Detergent Recommendations ............................................................................ 23
Before Starting a Cycle..................................................................................... 23
How to Start a Cycle ......................................................................................... 24
How to Pause or Abort a Cycle......................................................................... 25
Using the Cycle Lock Function ........................................................................ 25
MAINTENANCE ............................................................................26
TROUBLESHOOTING ...................................................................29
APPENDIX A: PARTS, DETERGENTS, & ACCESSORIES ................33
APPENDIX B: ELECTRICAL SCHEMATICS.....................................37
APPENDIX C: PLUMBING SCHEMATIC..........................................38
APPENDIX D: SERVICE SAFETY ASSURANCE FORM ....................40
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INTRODUCTION AND FEATURES
VWR offers several laboratory / industrial
glassware washers and dryers engineered to
satisfy requirements in the life scientific,
pharmaceutical, and bio-industrial fields.
Models 82030-586 and 82030-588 and
82100-002 and 82100-004 washers offer
deionized water final rinsing, stainless steel
chambers, easy-to-use pushbutton controls,
six cycle program selections, selectable
wash temperature, and a variety of timesaving / energy-saving settings. Models 82100-002 and 82100-004
accommodate optional spindle racks, which effectively clean
narrow-neck glassware such as volumetric and Erlenmeyer flasks. 1
Equipped with built-in door dispensers for detergent and liquid
neutralizer, these models are available in both Undercounter and
Freestanding / Mobile configurations. A wide variety of optional
specialty baskets and inserts are available to facilitate washing petri
dishes, test tubes, small graduated cylinders, bottles, and other loads
whose shapes require special consideration. A list of stainless steel
rack accessories appears on page 33 of this manual.
Available options include:
DI Water Pump (for facilities with DI water pressure
lower than the range specified in Table 1-1 on page 2).
Spindle Racks for optimal cleaning of narrow-neck
glassware (Models 82100-002 and 82100-004 only).
Auxiliary Electric Heat Drying for heated air during
each cycle’s fan-drying phase(s).
Off-Cycle Convection Drying for a selectable 1-hour
period of additional fan-drying. If the Auxiliary Electric
Heat Drying option is also present, chamber air is heated
during this 1-hour period.
Auto-Dispensing Pump for delivering precise, programmable volumes of liquid detergent and neutralizer.
Product installation specifications and dimensions are listed on the
next page.
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For an illustration comparing the standard rack and optional spindle rack functions, see page 21.
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Table 1-1. Specifications.
REQUIREMENT
SPECIFICATION
3 gal./min. minimum
(11 liters/min.)
@ 18 – 60 PSIG (124 – 414 kPa)
TAP WATER SUPPLY
Although not required, hot water speeds water
heat-up, decreasing cycle time.
DEIONIZED WATER
SUPPLY
3 gal./min. minimum
(11 liters/min.)
@ 18 – 60 PSIG (124 – 414 kPa)
Resistivity ≤ 1 MΩ/cm
ELECTRICAL
REQUIREMENTS
120 V, 1φ, 60 Hz,
15A fused circuit.
Installation Overvoltage Category II.
Main supply voltage fluctuations not
to exceed ±10% of normal voltage.
ENVIRONMENTAL
CONDITIONS
This product is intended for indoor use
at altitudes up to 6500 ft (2000 m); temperatures from 41 – 104°F (5 – 40°C); Maximum
relative humidity 80% for temperatures up to
88°F (31°C), decreasing linearly to 50%
relative humidity at 104°C (40°C).
Table 1-2. Washer Dimensions.
UNDERCOUNTER WASHER
MEASUREMENT
FREESTANDING /
MOBILE WASHER
UNIT
CABINET
OPENING (MIN.)
HEIGHT
Adj. 34-1/4" to
36-1/2"
(870 – 920 mm)
As needed to
fit washer’s
adjustable height.
38-3/8" Min.
adjustment.
(975 mm)
WIDTH
24" (610 mm)
24-1/8" (613 mm)
23-3/4" (603 mm)
DEPTH
24-1/2" (622 mm)
25" (635 mm)
23-7/8" (606 mm)
WEIGHT
120 lbs (54 kg)
175 lbs (80 kg)
Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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SAFETY
WARNING:
If this equipment is used in a manner not specified in this manual,
safety protections designed into the unit may be impaired.
Your VWR washer offers the following safety features:
OVERFILL PROTECTION — In the unlikely event that a
malfunction overfills the chamber an overflow float sensor device
activates chamber draining.
DOOR SWITCH — The unit is equipped with a door switch that
automatically pauses the washer if the door is opened during a
cycle. The wash cycle will continue from the point of interruption
after the door is re-closed.
CAUTION
Only qualified service personnel should remove cabinet panels.
To ensure safe operation, please follow these recommendations:
• Read all instructions carefully before using the washer.
• This glassware washer must be properly grounded. See
Section 4, “Installing the Washer.”
• Use only detergents and neutralizers recommended by VWR
for use in glassware washers. Heikol products have been
specifically formulated for use in VWR washers.
• Before opening the door, always wait for the sounds of
rotating spray arms and circulating water to stop.
• Do not wash plastic items unless they are marked “washer
safe.” Check with the item’s manufacturer if unmarked.
• Remove the door before discarding an old washer.
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WASHER OVERVIEW
This section describes washer capabilities and the sequence of
phases composing wash cycles.
Through available control settings, your washer offers a variety of
different operation cycles—permitting you to configure the cycle
best suited for your application.
In Main Wash and Heated Rinse phases, an in-line heater element
heats water to a programmed temperature. 1 You can use the HW
(HIGH-HEAT WASH) and HR (HIGH-HEAT RINSE) buttons
to maximize operating water temperatures.
Cycles then proceed through the following sequence of (possible)
phases:
PRE-WASHES
TAP WATER
RINSE(S)
MAIN WASH
DI WATER
RINSE(S)
DRYING
PHASE
On some program cycles, not all of these phases are utilized. The
Washer Phase Chart on page 6 lists the phases for each program
type.
PRE-WASHES — In Pre-Wash phases the chamber sump well
fills with tap water and then the circulation pump activates to wet
down the load from the rotating spray arms and (on spindle-rackequipped 82100-002 and 82100-004 units) from the spindles. PreWash phases may be heated or unheated (depending on the cycle
selected). They conclude by draining all water from the chamber.
MAIN WASH — The chamber fills with tap water, which is heated
to the temperature called for by the selected program and optionbutton settings. At the start of the Main Wash phase, the detergent
compartment cover hinges open to introduce detergent. The load is
bathed with recirculating heated water. The Main Wash phase
concludes by draining all water from the chamber.
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Heated-Phase durations are determined by the cycle program selected and the required water heat-up time.
Therefore, total cycle time is influenced by the source-water temperature and operator control selections.
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RINSES — Depending upon the cycle selected, up to two tap water
rinses and up to two DI water rinses may follow the Main Wash
phase. The Washer Phase Chart on page 6 lists the phases for each
program type. During each rinse phase, water fills the chamber and
then circulates over the load. The terminal DI Water Rinse phase (on
cycles having this phase) is heated to the temperature called for by the
selected program and option-button settings. If neutralizer is loaded, it
is delivered into the chamber during rinse phases as described in
Table 3-1. Rinsing concludes by draining all water from the chamber.
DRYING — During the Drying phase, a fan blower circulates
and vents chamber air to speed drying. On units equipped with
optional Auxiliary Electric Heat Drying, a sump-mounted heater
element warms chamber air to approximately 46°C (115°F) during
the Drying phase. On units equipped with optional Off-Cycle
Convection Drying, you can use a door-mounted pushbutton
to activate a 1-hour timed interval of fan drying at any time when
cycles are not running 1 .
Overall time to complete a cycle varies depending upon the cycle
selected, selected control panel functions, and the facility’s water
temperature. Although not required, hot source water speeds water
heat-up, decreasing cycle time.
To learn about washer components and controls, please refer to
Section 5, “Washer Components,” on page 15.
For step-by-step operating instructions, jump ahead to Section 6,
“How to Run a Wash Cycle,” on page 23.
For installation instructions, go to Section 4, “Installing the
Washer,” on page 7.
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If both the Auxiliary Electric Heat Drying option and the Off-Cycle Convection Drying option are
installed, chamber air is heated during this 1-hour timed interval.
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TIME
(MIN:SEC)
DOSE
T 40 18:20
T 40 18:20
T 40 18:20
ON
OFF
ON
T
T
T
T
T 40 18:20
6:45
6:45
6:45
6:45
1:45
OFF
T
T
ON
12:15
T 55 16:45 D
T
OFF
1:45
T 50 42:20 D
T 70 48:45 D
T 60 48:45 D
T 70 48:45 D
T 55 48:45 D
T 60 16:45 D
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
D
T 40 42:20 D
D
HR
OPTION
OFF
WATER
T 50 8:30
TEMP (°C)
ON
TIME
(MIN:SEC)
OFF
DOSE
T 28 8:30
WATER
OFF
TEMP (°C)
ON
T
WATER
OFF
12:15
TEMP (°C)
TIME
(MIN:SEC)
DOSE
ON
WATER
OFF
TEMP (°C)
WATER
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
UR1
1:00
1:00
1:00
1:00
1:00
1:00
1:00
1:00
3:15
3:15
3:30
WATER
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
UR2
11:45
11:45
11:45
11:45
6:45
6:45
6:45
6:45
2:20
WATER
DI
DI
DI
DI
UR3
5:50
5:50
5:50
5:50
DI 70 9:20 RA
DI 60 9:20 RA
DI 70 9:20 RA
DI 60 9:20 RA
DI 70 9:20 RA
DI 50 9:20 RA
DI 60 9:20 RA
DI 50 9:20 RA
T 60 4:20 RA
LEGEND
High Temperature Wash Option
Heated Pre-Wash Phase
Unheated Pre-Wash Phases
Heated Wash Phase
High Temperature Rinse Option
Unheated Rinse Phases
Heated Rinse Phase
Drying Phase
T
DI
D
RA
Tap Water
Deionized Water
Detergent Dose
Rinse Aid Dose
WATER
DOSE
DRY
48:00
48:00
48:00
48:00
48:00
20:00
30:00
20:00
30:00
20:00
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HW OPTION
HPW
UPW1, 2
HW
HR OPTION
UR1, 2, 3
HR
DRY
UR3
T 50 8:00 RA
WATER
Note: All times are approximate. For heating phases the time does not include the time to heat the water to temperature.
MAX
HEAVY
MEDIUM
LIGHT
QUICK
RINSE
ONLY
CYCLE
HW
TYPE OPTION
TIME
(MIN:SEC)
DOSE
HW
TEMP (°C)
TIME
(MIN:SEC)
DOSE
UPW2
TEMP (°C)
UPW1
TIME
(MIN:SEC)
HPW
TEMP (°C)
TIME
(MIN:SEC)
DOSE
RINSE PHASES
TEMP (°C)
TIME
(MIN:SEC)
DOSE
WASH PHASES
TEMP (°C)
Washer Phase Chart
TIME
(MIN:SEC)
DOSE
INSTALLING THE WASHER
Your VWR glassware washer must be enclosed on the top, back,
and both sides. The cabinet enclosure into which Undercounter
units are installed supplies this protection. Freestanding / Mobile
units are equipped with a #3 stainless steel cabinet.
CAUTION
Only qualified, factory-trained personnel familiar with local plumbing
and electrical codes and ordinances should install the washer. For a
first-time installation, all site preparation work must be completed
before the washer can be installed with final utility connections. If the
new washer replaces an existing unit, verify that all plumbing
and electrical connections are properly sized and located.
To protect floor surfaces, Undercounter
units are supplied with leg slides for
attachment to washer feet. These decrease
friction as the unit is moved across the floor.
LEG
LEG
SLIDE
SLIDE
Preparing for Installation
REQUIRED TOOLS
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Phillips #2 screwdriver
Flat blade screwdriver
Adjustable wrenches
5/8" (16 mm) open-end wrench
Tape measure
Spirit level
Electric drill
Hole-saw bits up to 2" (50 mm) diameter
REQUIRED PLUMBING SUPPLIES
Your unit is supplied with two rear-mounted 3/4" female GHT
fittings for connection to your facility’s tap water and DI water
supplies.
We recommend installing a shutoff valve at the water supply
connection. You will also need an appropriate fitting for connecting the supplied drain hose to your drain system.
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REQUIRED UTILITIES
•
•
CAUTION
•
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Electrical: An outlet receptacle for a dedicated, properly
grounded branch circuit supplying 120 VAC @ 60 Hz;
15 Amp rating. Heating element power: 1200 watts.
Maximum Loading: 1300 watts. 1 Provide a local
disconnect or switch for safe maintenance access.
Tap Water: 18 – 60 PSI (124 – 414 kPa) @ minimum
3 gallons/min. (11 liters/min.). Although not required, hot
water speeds water heat-up, decreasing cycle time. To
facilitate service, install a shutoff valve (not supplied) in
the water supply line at a readily accessible location.
Deionized Water: 18 – 60 PSI (124 – 414 kPa) @
minimum 3 gallons/min (11 liters/min). IMPORTANT: To
prevent corrosion, D. I. Water should not exceed
1 MΩ/cm resistivity.
Drain Supply: 3/4" (18 mm) Minimum ID piping.
DIMENSIONAL REQUIREMENTS
For all models, allow for 26.5"
(673 mm) door extension when
open. Allow at least 2" (5 cm)
space to the side of the door.
Prepare an installation space or
cabinet recess consistent with
these and the other dimensions
listed for your model in Table 1-2,
“Washer Dimensions,” on page 2.
DOOR RADIUS:
26.5" (673 mm)
Undercounter Model Only —
A typical cabinet recess for
the undercounter model is
illustrated here:
34-3/8" min.
(873 mm)
25"
(635 mm)
24-1/8"
(613 mm)
Rear connection locations are listed in Figure 4-1.
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1400 watts on units equipped with optional Auxiliary Electric Heat Drying.
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During Undercounter installation, ensure that the water and
electrical services enter the cabinet recess within the shaded area
shown here:
24-1/8" min.
(613 mm)
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Step-by-Step Installation Instructions
1) PREPARE THE TAP AND DI WATER CONNECTIONS
Plan the fitting connections and the route for water supply hoses
from the washer to your water supplies. On Undercounter units,
drill appropriately sized cabinet entry holes as required, keeping
within the shaded area pictured in the previous section. With the
washer still outside of the cabinet recess, feed the water hoses
through the cabinet hole(s) toward the washer’s tap and DI water
connectors. For DI water connection, use plastic or stainless
fittings. Brass fittings corrode in contact with DI water and are
not recommended.
2) PREPARE THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
For convenience, the unit is provided with a pre-wired electrical
cable and plug. Locate or install a code-conforming electrical
receptacle within reach of the washer’s supplied cable. The
electrical supply should be a dedicated circuit that is properly
grounded and breaker-equipped.
Drill an appropriately sized cabinet entry hole as required, keeping
within the shaded area pictured on page 9.
SHUTOFF
VALVE
HOLE FOR POWER CABLE
AC RECEPTACLE
WARNINGS:
1) The electrical receptacle must be properly
grounded and must comply with applicable
portions of the National Electrical Code
(NEC) and local electrical codes.
2) All washer servicing should occur with the
power cord disconnected from power.
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No other appliance or outlets should share this circuit. Provide a
local disconnect or switch to ensure safe maintenance access.
With the washer still outside of the cabinet recess, feed the power
cord through the cabinet hole toward the AC outlet.
3) CONNECT TO THE FACILITY DRAIN
The unit is supplied with a drain hose oriented over a rear-mounted
“high-loop” saddle. To prevent problems with drainage, backflow,
and siphoning, the high-loop configuration must be preserved—
typically by an arrangement similar to the following (shown here
for an Undercounter model):
(HOSE ORIENTATION
WITH UNIT IN PLACE)
Fashion a drain connection that conforms to these requirements:
•
No part of the drain hose should exceed 35" (90 cm) above
the bottom of the washer.
•
The drain connection must be at least 20" (50 cm) above
the bottom of the washer.
•
The drain hose extends no more than 10' (3 m).
•
Any joints or fittings must be 3/4" (18 mm) ID or larger.
•
The drain hose is not directly connected to a floor well or
its equivalent—this could cause a siphon that empties the
machine during cycles. The drain line should never be
connected to a check valve.
•
Do not route the washer drain through a vent or air gap, as
this may impede flow during some drain phases. If the drain
cannot be hard piped as shown above, locate the drain hose
over an open counter drain or floor drain instead.
Drill an appropriately sized cabinet entry hole as required to reach
the drain connection. Feed the supplied drain hose through the
cabinet hole toward the drain connection, then connect the drain
hose to your drain.
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4) CONNECT THE TAP AND DI WATER SUPPLIES
Connect and tighten all water connections securely.
5) CONNECT THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
For a Freestanding / Mobile unit, roll the washer into its final
location and connect the supplied power cord to an appropriate
receptacle. Secure the unit by depressing the caster brake levers on
the unit’s casters. After circuit power is activated, the washer is
ready to operate.
For an Undercounter unit, connect the unit’s AC power plug to its
AC receptacle.
6) TEST FOR LEAKS
Before final leveling and securement in position, test for leaks by
running a brief LIGHT cycle as follows:
a. Turn ON the electrical power and water supplies.
b. Push the door closed until it is securely latched.
c. Follow the “How to Start a Cycle” procedure on page 24
to select and operate a LIGHT cycle. This cycle executes
both tap water and DI water rinses.
d. While the cycle is operating, carefully check all water
supply and drain connections to ensure that there are no
leaks. Correct any observed leaks.
7) MOVE THE UNIT INTO FINAL POSITION
Using an assistant if necessary to take up excess cable and hose
slack, push the washer fully into its final position.
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8) ADJUST THE LEVELING LEGS
On these Undercounter units, adjust the height of the front and
rear legs as follows:
a. Use a 5/8" (16 mm) wrench to adjust the washer’s leveling
legs to the required height and to level the unit. Any
inclination must be ≤ 2°. Use the locking nut to lock your
adjustments.
LOCKING NUT
FOOT / SLIDE
9) SECURE THE WASHER IN ITS FINAL POSITION
Undercounter Units: To prevent forward tilting when downward force is applied to the open door or when heavily loaded
baskets are pulled outward, use screws to fasten the washer to
the cabinet. Using the supplied screws, plastic spacers, and
rubber cosmetic plugs, secure the washer to the cabinet using
alternative “A” or “B” (one screw on each side):
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Freestanding / Mobile Units: If your application creates the
potential for forward tilting, use the supplied TIP GUARDS or
your own fashioned brackets to secure the washer’s rear castors
to the wall or floor. Typical installations are shown here:
10) TOE-KICK PLATE INSTALLATION (OPTIONAL)
On Undercounter Units, the supplied TOE-KICK PLATE can be
attached to the washer’s lower front to optimize appearance. You may
decide that attaching this plate is unnecessary for your installation.
To attach the TOE-KICK PLATE, position each of the two PLATE
SUPPORT BRACKETS inward or outward to the desired depth
(pulling its catch inward to release the bracket). Then, simply hook
the TOE-KICK PLATE onto the front of the bracket.
CATCH
TOE-KICK PLATE
PLATE
SUPPORT
BRACKET
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WASHER COMPONENTS
OFF-CYCLE CONVECTION
DRYING BUTTON
(ON TOP DOOR SURFACE)
ON / OFF POWER SWITCH
(ON TOP DOOR SURFACE)
HANDLE COVER
CONTROL PANEL
VENTILATION
PORT
EXTERNAL
COMPONENTS
ON / OFF POWER SWITCH — Press
this pushbutton to energize the washer and
illuminate control panel indicator lights.
HANDLE COVER — To unlatch the door insert your hand, palm
up, into this cover and pull the latch. The door is securely latched
until the door handle is grasped and pulled forward. When reclosing the door, push the door firmly closed to reactivate the
latch. A switch inside the door handle detects if you open the door
during a cycle, and pauses the cycle until you re-close the door.
VENTILATION PORT — During the drying phase, fancirculated air exhausts from this port. Avoid obstructing this
port during washer operation.
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OFF
ON
CONTROL PANEL — Your washer provides a user-friendly
panel of pushbutton controls and indicator lamps:
2
1
6
8
4
3
5
9
7
Figure 5-1. Control Panel Detail.
The control panel buttons and indicators are:
1. PROGRAM SELECTOR BUTTON — Press this button
repeatedly until the desired PROGRAM INDICATOR LAMP
illuminates.
2. PROGRAM INDICATOR LAMPS — Indicates the currently
selected program.
3. HIGH-HEAT WASH (HW) SELECTOR BUTTON & INDICATOR
— Press this button to select high or low temperature washing.
The indicator illuminates when the high temperature mode has
been selected. Available temperatures are listed in the Washer
Phase Chart on page 6. The Heated Wash phase controls to the
selected temperature.
4. START-DELAY SELECTOR BUTTON & INDICATOR —
If a delay of 1 to 12 hours is desired before automatically
starting a wash cycle, press this button until the desired
number of hours appears in the DISPLAY WINDOW (#8).
5. HIGH-HEAT RINSE (HR) SELECTOR BUTTON & INDICATOR
— For high heat during the Heated Rinse phase (160°F /
71°C), press this button until its indicator illuminates.
Available temperatures are listed in the Washer Phase Chart
on page 6.
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6. START-STOP SELECTOR BUTTON — To begin washer
operation, press this button after selecting the desired
program and settings. To terminate an operating cycle,
depress this button for 3 seconds.To pause an operating
cycle, unlatch the door, allow the spray arms to stop, and
open the door—the cycle resumes from the point of
interruption when the door is re-closed.
7. CYCLE STATUS INDICATOR LAMPS — “START” illuminates
during cycle operation and “END” at cycle completion. The
“START” lamp blinks if the door is unlatched during a cycle.
8. DISPLAY WINDOW — In normal operation, this display
indicates the time remaining until cycle completion. 1 If this
time exceeds 1 hour, the display alternates between minutes
(“#”) and hours (“#h”).
9. CYCLE LOCK INDICATOR LAMP — The program Cycle Lock
function can be used to help prevent accidental or
unauthorized washer operation. When this key-shaped
indicator lamp is illuminated, cycles are blocked until the HW
and HR buttons are pressed simultaneously. See page 25.
OFF-CYCLE CONVECTION DRYING BUTTON — On units
equipped with this option, press this button at any time between
cycles to activate a 1-hour interval of additional fan drying. If the
Auxiliary Electric Heat Drying option is also present, chamber air is
heated to approximately 46°C (115°F) during this 1-hour interval.
Drying terminates automatically at the end of 1 hour, or if you open
the door or start a cycle.
1
Estimated time-remaining is based on the previous operation for the selected cycle.
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INTERNAL
COMPONENTS
The following components are illustrated on page 20.
DETERGENT / NEUTRALIZER DISPENSER —
•
•
•
•
The DETERGENT DOOR LATCH opens the springloaded DETERGENT DOOR when pressed. After
detergent filling, snap the door closed.
You can fill the PRE-WASH and MAIN WASH detergent
compartments with detergent according to your preference.
During cycles, any detergent loaded into the PRE-WASH
compartment dissolves passively into the chamber early in
the cycle. The DETERGENT DOOR later opens automatically at the start of the Main Wash phase, emptying the
MAIN WASH compartment.
If neutralizer is desired, unscrew the NEUTRALIZER
DISPENSER CAP and pour neutralizer into the round
well to fill the dispenser. The dispenser injects a metered
dose of neutralizer into the chamber during the final heated
DI Rinse phase.
The NEUTRALIZER INDICATOR reports the current fill
level by appearing completely dark when full. Lower fill
levels appear as progressively smaller dark dots. If empty,
the indicator appears completely light. To adjust the
amount of neutralizer injected into the chamber, unscrew
the NEUTRALIZER DISPENSER CAP and remove it to
expose a six-position dial control. If increased neutralizer
injection is desired, rotate the dial control (normally set to
“1”) to a higher number setting.
SPRAY ARMS — During the Pre-Wash, Main Wash, and Rinse
phases of cycles, these rotating nozzles shower the underside of the
load with circulating water.
OPTIONAL SPINDLE RACKS — Available for models
82100-002 and 82100-004 only, spindle racks provide effective
cleaning of narrow-neck glassware such as volumetric and
Erlenmeyer flasks. 1
COARSE STRAINER — This strainer removes large debris items
from water circulation. Check and clean it regularly to prevent
obstructions to water circulation. It nests inside the FINE FILTER
BASKET (Not shown; See page 26 for an illustration of the basket).
FILTER SCREEN— This filter helps remove smaller particles from
the water circulation path. Check and clean it regularly to prevent
obstructions to water circulation. The filter is fastened to the base of
1
For an illustration comparing the standard rack and optional spindle rack functions, see page 21.
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the washer chamber by the FINE FILTER BASKET, which is handscrewed into place.
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SPRAY ARMS
COARSE STRAINER
FILTER SCREEN
FOR A MORE
DETAILED
ILLUSTRATION,
SEE PAGE 26.
DETERGENT /
NEUTRALIZER
DISPENSER
DETERGENT COMPARTMENTS:
MAIN WASH PRE-WASH
DETERGENT
DOOR LATCH
NEUTRALIZER
INDICATOR
NEUTRALIZER
DISPENSER CAP
(TO FILL OR TO ACCESS
METER CONTROL, TURN
CCW AND REMOVE)
DETERGENT DOOR
DISPENSER
GRATING
Figure 5-2. Internal Components.
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RACKS
Upper and lower spray arms dispense tap and deionized water
upward onto glassware loaded in standard
82030-586 and 82030-588, and 82100-002 and 82100-004 open
racks:
82030-586 AND 82030-588
82100-002 AND 82100-004
STANDARD
OPEN RACKS
Standard open racks provide ample loading space for glassware,
specialty racks, baskets, and inserts. A list of available accessories
appears on page 33 of this manual.
The 82100-002 and 82100-004 unit accepts optional spindle racks,
which provide an effective means to thoroughly wash the interiors
of narrow-neck glassware such as volumetric and Erlenmeyer flasks.
As illustrated below, optional spindle racks must provide proper
“boot sealing” and cannot be intermixed with standard 82100-002
and 82100-004 open racks:
SPRAY TUBE
BOOT
FLASK
SUPPORT
SPRING
CLIP
82100-002 AND 82100-004
OPTIONAL SPINDLE
RACKS
82100-002 AND 82100-004
OPTIONAL
TALL SPINDLE RACK
When using spindle racks, the height of each black plastic
FLASK SUPPORT must be set to ensure that the SPRAY
TUBE does not touch the bottom of the inverted glassware
positioned above it. Do this by squeezing and then repositioning
the SPRING CLIP.
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If your unit employs optional spindle racks, check the rack collar
gap before using each rack for the first time. Adjust if necessary:
CAUTION
_IMPORTANT _
BEFORE FIRST USE OF A
NEW SPINDLE RACK, CHECK /
ADJUST RACK COLLAR GAP:
GAP
Check that gap is approximately
the thickness of a postcard. If
gap is too large or small, loosen
the collar’s setscrew and move
the collar up or down to achieve
proper gap. Re-tighten the
setscrew.
SET
SCREW
RUBBER
BOOT
COLLAR
P/N: 446060
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HOW TO RUN A WASH CYCLE
Detergent Recommendations
Use only detergents or wetting agents intended for use in glass–
ware washers (such as Heikol detergent). Heikol detergent and
neutralizing products are described on page 33.
Any detergent loaded into the PRE-WASH DETERGENT
COMPARTMENT (illustrated on page 20) seeps into the chamber
early during cycles. Detergent loaded into the MAIN WASH
DETERGENT COMPARTMENT is released at the start of the
Main Wash phase.
For the RINSE-ONLY cycle, do not load detergent in the detergent
dispenser. The RINSE-ONLY cycle does not dose neutralizer. The
QUICK-WASH cycle doses neutralizer only if HR is selected.
If your facility’s water has a high hardness level, you may need
to use more detergent. NOTE: Too much detergent may cause
glassware etching. Check with the local water department if unsure
about your facility’s water hardness level.
Before Starting a Cycle
1. Open any tap and/or deionized water supply shut-off
valve(s), and turn ON any switch or circuit breaker
supplying AC voltage to the washer.
2. 82100-002 and 82100-004 Only: If optional spindle rack
operation is desired, remove both standard open racks and
replace them with either upper and lower spindle racks or with
one tall spindle rack. As described on page 22, adjust collar
gap before first use.
3. Choose basket and insert accessories appropriate for the
type of load (test tube baskets for test tubes, for example).
A list of available accessories appears on page 33.
4. Load objects concave side down, preventing items from
protruding into the path of the spray arm(s).
5. Load the Detergent / Neutralizer Dispenser as desired
(see page 18 if you need information on how to load the
dispenser). Latch the Detergent Door closed when done.
6. Firmly push the door closed to securely latch it. Cycles
cannot begin until the door is securely latched.
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How to Start a Cycle
1. Turn the washer ON by pressing
the ON / OFF POWER
SWITCH to the ON position
(switch location is illustrated on
page 15). The control panel’s display and indicators then
energize. The control panel is illustrated on page 16.
OFF
ON
2. Select the desired program type by pressing the control
panel’s PROGRAM SELECTOR BUTTON until the
desired PROGRAM INDICATOR LAMP illuminates. 1
3. For all program types except RINSE-ONLY, select high or
low temperature operation using the HIGH-HEAT WASH
SELECTOR BUTTON. Available wash temperatures are
listed in the Washer Phase Chart on page 6.
4. If you would like the cycle to start automatically after a
delay of from 1 to 12 hours, press the START-DELAY
SELECTOR until the desired interval is displayed.
5. If a high-heat rinse is desired, press the HIGH-HEAT RINSE
(HR) SELECTOR BUTTON until its indicator illuminates.
Available rinse temperatures are listed in the Washer Phase
Chart on page 6.
6. To begin the cycle, push the START / STOP BUTTON.
The control panel’s START INDICATOR LAMP
illuminates and the estimated time remaining decrements
on the DISPLAY WINDOW.
7. At the end of the cycle, the control panel’s START
INDICATOR LAMP extinguishes and the END lamp
illuminates.
8. On units equipped with optional Off-Cycle Convection
Drying, this function’s pushbutton may be pressed after
cycle completion to initiate a supplemental 1-hour fandrying phase. 2
1
For help determining which cycle and option-button settings are appropriate for your application, see
Section 3, “Washer Overview,” beginning on page 4.
2
If both the Auxiliary Electric Heat Drying option and the Off-Cycle Convection Drying option are
installed, chamber air is heated during this 1-hour timed interval.
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How to Pause or Abort a Cycle
To pause cycle operation, insert your hand, palm up, into the
door’s HANDLE COVER, pull the latch, wait a few moments
for spray-arm movement to stop, then pull the door slightly open.
To resume the cycle from the point at which it paused, re-close
the door so that it is securely latched. 1
To abort cycle operation, hold the START / STOP BUTTON
depressed for 3 seconds.
Using the Cycle Lock Function
The program Cycle Lock function can be used to help prevent
accidental or unauthorized washer operation. When Program Lock
is enabled, the key-shaped control-panel indicator illuminates and
the PROGRAM SELECTOR BUTTON is inactivated—
preventing program selection and operation until Cycle Lock is
disabled.
To activate the Cycle Lock function:
1. Turn OFF washer power using the power button.
2. Simultaneously depress and hold the HW and HR buttons
as you press the power button to restore power to the unit.
3. Release the buttons.
4. Press the PROGRAM SELECTOR BUTTON until the
display shows “1” with the key symbol indicator illuminated.
5. Press the START BUTTON to confirm the selection and
return to the normal operating state.
To temporarily de-activate the Cycle Lock function for 3 minutes
so that you can select and start one cycle, simultaneously depress
and hold the HW and HR buttons.
To permanently de-activate the Cycle Lock function (until you
next activate it), follow steps 1 through 5 above, but change the
“1” value to “0” with the PROGRAM SELECTOR BUTTON,
extinguishing the key symbol indicator.
1
If a power failure occurs while a cycle is running, restoration of power resumes the cycle from the point at
which it paused.
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MAINTENANCE
DAILY
Inspect and clean the following chamber components daily, or at
a frequency appropriate for your facility’s washer usage and load
characteristics:
COARSE STRAINER
FINE FILTER BASKET
(To remove, gently press
tabs inward, then lift)
(To remove, turn
counterclockwise)
FILTER SCREEN
(To remove, unscrew
FINE FILTER first)
The FINE FILTER BASKET (surrounding the COARSE
STRAINER) collects debris for automatic flushing into the drain
each time a cycle is run. Regular inspection is important to prevent
the accumulation of lime sediment or other deposits that may clog
the mesh of this filter over time. Clean the filter by gently rubbing
with a brush or similar device.
WEEKLY
Clean exterior washer surfaces with warm soapy water if necessary.
On a weekly or monthly schedule, inspect the OUTLET PUMP fins
and nearby piping for debris. Clean with a 4 inch (10 cm) pipe
cleaner if necessary. The Outlet Pump area is accessible beneath a
removable plug located at the 9:00 o’clock position in the floor
beneath the FINE FILTER BASKET:
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Examine the holes in the top surface of each SPRAY ARM (and
optional spindles) for mineral deposits or clogs. Remove any such
blockages with a needle, wire, or other appropriate tool.
Inspect SPRAY ARMS to verify smooth rotation:
If a spray arm is not rotating freely, look for debris or mineral
deposits at the arm’s axle joint. If there is difficulty cleaning the
axle in place, you can remove the spray arm for closer inspection.
To remove the spray arm from its axle, apply quick upward
pressure on the arm while bracing to prevent hitting nearby parts
when the arm snaps free. Clean debris as necessary. Installation
is the reverse of removal.
UNHEATED
STORAGE
Before storing the washer, drain water from the unit. This includes
any water trapped in the washer’s internal pumps and inlet valves.
Malfunctions caused by component freezing are excluded from
warranty coverage.
“AS NEEDED”
STAINLESS
STEEL
CLEANING
The inner casing of your VWR glassware washer is manufactured of #3-finished stainless steel. If your facility has hard
water, interior surfaces may accumulate a gray deposit or film.
This can usually be removed by running your washer through a
Heavy Wash cycle substituting HEIKOL A (Part Number 511820)
liquid acidic detergent.
Table 7-1, “Cleaners for Stainless Steel,” outlines other effective
methods for cleaning stainless steel.
CAUTION
NOTE:
Use the mildest cleaning procedure that will do the job effectively.
Rub in the direction of polished lines for maximum effectiveness
and to avoid marring the surface. Rinse thoroughly with water after
every cleaning and wipe dry.
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Table 7-1. Cleaners for Stainless Steel.
CLEANING
REQUIRED
CLEANING AGENT
*
METHOD OF
APPLICATION **
EFFECT ON FINISH
Use in direction of
polish lines on No.4
(polished) finish.
Wipe with dry cloth.
May scratch No.2
(mill) and Nos.7 and
8 (polished) finishes.
Rub with dry cloth or
stainless steel wool.
Use in direction of
polish lines on No.4
(polished) finish. May
scratch No.2 (mill)
and Nos.7 and 8
(polished) finishes.
Apply with damp
sponge or cloth.
Use in direction of
polish lines on No.4
(polished) finish. May
scratch No.2 (mill)
and Nos.7 and 8
(polished) finishes.
Allen Polish, Steel
Bright, Wyandotte,
Bob-O, Zud, Dubrite,
or Prepare Dex
Rub with a damp
cloth.
Use in direction of
polish lines on No.4
(polished) finish. May
scratch No.2 (mill)
and Nos.7 and 8
(polished) finishes.
Oakite No.33, Dilac,
Texo 12, Texo N.Y.,
Flash-Klenz, Caddy
Cleaner, Turco
Scale 4368, or
Permag 57
Swab and soak with
clean cloth. Allow to
stand 15 minutes or
more, per directions
on package. Then
rinse and dry.
Satisfactory for use
on all finishes.
Vinegar
Swab or wipe with
cloth. Rinse with
water and dry.
Satisfactory for use
on all finishes.
Dilac, Oakite No.33,
Texo 12, Texo N.Y
Swab with cloth or
soak. Let stand
10-15 minutes.
Always follow with
neutralizer rinse,
and dry.
Satisfactory for use
on all finishes. Effective on tenacious
deposits or where
scale has built up.
Penny-Brite or
Copper-Brite
Paste Nu-Steel,
DuBois Temp,
Tarnite, or Kelox
Heat Tint or
Heavy
Discoloration
Tenacious
deposits, rusty
discolorations,
industrial atmospheric stains
Revere Stainless
Steel Cleaner,
Take-Off, or AC-60
Hard Water
Spots and Scale
* Use of proprietary names is intended only to indicate a type of cleaner, and
does not constitute any endorsement (nor does omission of any proprietary name
imply its inadequacy). All products should be used in strict accordance with
instructions on the product package.
** In all applications, a stainless steel wool, sponge, fibrous brush, or pad is
recommended. Avoid use of ordinary steel wool or steel brushes for scouring
stainless steel.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
WATER REMAINS
IN WASHER AFTER
USE, OR EXCESSIVE
WATER IN SUMP AREA.
WASHER CYCLES
TAKE TOO LONG TO
COMPLETE.
WASHER WILL
NOT START, OR
CANNOT SELECT AND
BEGIN A CYCLE.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
ACTION
Coarse filter clogged.
Clean as required.
Outlet pump fins clogged.
Clean as required.
Drainage hose is kinked,
folded, out-of-saddle, or
extended too long.
Correct as required. See page 11
for drain connection
requirements.
Drainage hose is
clogged.
Clean as required.
Tap water not hot
enough.
Check tap water temperature.
Colder temperatures prolong
cycle time.
Power problem.
Check facility circuit breaker.
An internal circuit breaker is
located on the rear of the washer
(see illustration on page 9).
Door not completely
latched.
Push the door firmly to engage
the latch.
Washer is in Delay-Start
mode.
Ensure the START-DELAY
indicator is extinguished. See
page 16 for more information.
The Cycle Lock function
is enabled.
De-activate the Cycle Lock as
described on page 25.
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PROBLEM
GLASSWARE HAZY OR
NOT CLEAN.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
ACTION
Too little water.
Check that the water valve is
fully open. Make sure that the
water pressure meets the specification. Check any strainers
inside the water supply for
clogging; clean as required.
Check drain hose to ensure
that the high-loop configuration
pictured on page 11 is
preserved.
Too little or too much
detergent.
Use more detergent for heavier
wash cycles (like MAX) and less
for Lighter cycles (like QUICK).
Harder water supplies may
require additional detergent.
Use only the amount of detergent
you have previously determined
to be sufficient for your wash
application and the hardness of
the water supply.
Hard Water.
If your facility has hard water, try
adding more detergent and/or
more neutralizer.
Wrong detergent.
Change detergent as required.
Items not properly
loaded.
Make sure washer is not
overloaded and that items are
not blocked from receiving spray.
Spray arm rotates poorly
or stands still.
Check that spray arms rotate
freely and that load items do not
obstruct movement. See page
27.
Holes on spray arms
clogged.
Clean as required. See page 27.
Excessive neutralizer is
causing over-foaming.
Decrease neutralizer metering.
See page 18.
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PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
ACTION
Mineral-rich water.
Check water hardness.
Wrong type of detergent.
Use correct amount and type of
detergent.
MARKS OR
DISCOLORATION.
YELLOWISH MARKS.
Iron-rich water.
Temporary Solution: Pour
approximately 0.5 oz. (15 ml) of
citric acid into the Pre-Wash
Detergent Compartment and run
the HEAVY program.
Permanent Solution:
Install an iron removal system in
the water supply.
SILICON FILM.
Softened hard water.
Add additional detergent to the
wash. To improve rinsing, do not
load the machine to full capacity.
Difficult-to-dry material.
Try activating the heated rinse
(HR) option on the control panel.
A hotter rinse can facilitate
subsequent drying. On units
equipped with optional Off-Cycle
Convection Drying, activate
supplemental drying by pushbutton after the wash cycle
completes.
Items incorrectly loaded.
Load items with concave side
down.
Standing water in
washer.
Check drain system and outlet
pump.
GLASSWARE DOES
NOT DRY.
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PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
ACTION
F2
Excess water may have
accumulated in the chamber.
Ensure that sump strainer and
filters are free of blockage. If
the problem persists, contact
service at the number below.
F4
Water inlet fault. Ensure water
supply is ON and that supply
pressure is adequate. If the
problem persists, contact service
at the number below.
F5
Valve leakage. Shut OFF water
supply and contact service.
F7
Outlet drain pumping is blocked.
Check / clean the outlet pump
as described on page 26.
F8
A filter may be clogged. Clean
strainers and baskets as
described beginning on page 26.
A FAULT CODE
APPEARS ON
THE DISPLAY.
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APPENDIX A:
PARTS, DETERGENTS, & ACCESSORIES
ITEM
ORDER #
Coarse Strainer
103374W
Fine Filter Basket
103375W
Filter Screen
103376W
HEIKOL-E
Liquid Alkaline Detergent
4 x 1-gallon containers
511800
HEIKOL-A
Liquid Acidic Detergent
4 x 1-gallon containers
511820
HEIKOL-I
Powdered Alkaline Detergent
4 x 9-lb (4 kg) containers
511860
For information on VWR’s wide selection of load-specific racks,
baskets, inserts, and loading accessories, contact
VWR Customer Service at 1-800-932-5000
SIZE 1
RACK
ORDER #
Booster Pump for Low-Pressure DI Water Systems
(unit-mounted; field installed)
N/A
N/A
NUCW-DIB
Automatic Dispensing System for Liquid Detergent
and Neutralizer
N/A
N/A
NUCW-DNS
—
—
441902
Lower Spindle Rack for 82100-002 and 82100-004
(must be used with an Upper Spindle Rack 82020-954
or 82020-090)
Full
Lower
82020-950
Upper Spindle Rack for 82100-002 and 82100-004
(must be used with Lower Spindle Rack 82020-950)
Full
Upper
82020-954
ACCESSORY
Facility Installation Kit for 82030-586 and 82030-588,
and 82100-002 and 82100-004
(for GHT fitting type)
1
To fit this accessory, the appropriate rack(s) must have this much area available.
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SIZE 1
RACK
ORDER #
Lower Spindle Rack for Tall Articles for 82100-002 and
82100-004
(For cleaning a full lower rack of tall articles.
Must be used alone)
Full
Lower
82020-956
Spindle Rack Set for 82100-002 and 82100-004
(Provides 82020-950 and 82020-956, plus an
interchangeable long feed tube for converting
82020-950 to 82020-956)
Full
Both
82020-958
Half the
Depth
of a
standard
rack.
Upper
82020-090
Basket for miscellaneous items such as stoppers,
spatulas, beakers, etc)
Half
Both
82020-960
Erlenmeyer Flask Insert; 5 flasks at 300 – 1500 ml
Half
Both
82020-962
BOD Bottle Insert
Half
Both
82020-964
Petri Dish Insert for all sizes
Half
Both
82020-966
Test tube basket for test tubes up to 75 mm long
Quarter
Both
82020-972
Test tube basket with lid for tubes up to 105 mm long
Quarter
Both
82020-974
Test tube basket with lid for tubes up to 165 mm long
Quarter
Lower
82020-976
Test tube basket with lid for tubes up to 200 mm long
Quarter
Lower
82020-978
Open Basket with handles
Half
Both
82020-980
Watchglass Insert; for watchglasses to 125 mm diam.
Half
Both
82020-982
Bottle Insert: Holds up to sixteen 1000 ml,
110 mm diameter bottles
Full
Lower
82020-984
Bottle Insert: Holds up to nine 2000 ml,
125 mm diameter bottles
Full
Lower
82020-986
Bottle Insert: Holds up to forty-eight 50 ml,
46 mm diameter bottles
Full
Both
82020-988
Bottle Insert: Holds up to forty-four 100 ml,
58 mm diameter bottles
Full
Both
82020-990
Bottle Insert: Holds up to twenty-four 250 ml,
73 mm diameter bottles
Full
Both
82020-992
Bottle Insert: Holds up to twenty 500 ml,
85 mm diameter bottles
Full
Both
82020-994
ACCESSORY
Half-Depth Upper Spindle Rack for 82100-002 and
82100-004
(Provides head space for loading half the lower rack
with tall articles. Must be used with Lower Spindle rack
82020-950)
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SIZE 1
RACK
ORDER #
Underlay/Cover; 304 Stainless Steel
Full
Both
82020-996
Underlay/Cover; 304 Stainless Steel
Half
Both
82020-998
Retainer top for 82020-962, 964, 966, 968, and 980
Half
Both
82021-000
ACCESSORY
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APPENDIX B: ELECTRICAL SCHEMATICS
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LOWER SPRAY ARM
UPPER SPRAY ARM OR
OPTIONAL SPINDLE RACKS
IMPORTANT:
For proper
operation, the
supplied “High
Drain Loop”
must be
preserved.
APPENDIX C: PLUMBING SCHEMATIC
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APPENDIX D: SERVICE SAFETY ASSURANCE FORM
Use this form to request authorization to return and/or process the following:
_____________________
Model Name
________________________
Model Number
____________________
Serial Number
Before VWR issues authorization for return and/or processing of the product identified above, the following
information must be provided by a qualified and responsible representative of your organization:
Was the product ever exposed to (or did it ever contain) toxic, hazardous, infectious, or otherwise harmful materials?
YES_______ NO_______
If yes, please completely identify all such materials and answer the following questions:
( ) Poisonous Material
( ) Corrosive Material
( ) Mercury
( ) Carcinogen
( ) Other________________________________
( ) Radioactive Material
( ) Biological / Infectious Substance
( ) Flammable / Combustible Material
( ) Oxidizer
Material Types: Please supply Material Safety Data Sheets if available. (Use additional sheets if necessary):
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
Has the product been properly cleansed, disinfected, or sterilized so that it is now safe for human handling?
YES___ NO___
Which sterilization / disinfectant process was used in cleaning this product?
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Hydrogen Peroxide
( ) Peracetic Acid
Chlorine Dioxide
( ) Chlorous Acid
Ethyl Alcohol
( ) Isopropyl Alcohol
Chlorine Compounds
( ) Formaldehyde
Other________________________________________
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Glutaraldehyde
Iodophor
Phenolic Compounds
Quaternary Ammonium
Are there any additional safety precautions that should be taken? YES_____ (Describe in detail below) NO_____
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
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VWR relies on the accuracy and completeness of this information to protect our employees from injury by exposure to
toxic, hazardous, infectious, or otherwise harmful materials. It is imperative that you provide VWR with all necessary
information.
Name__________________________________
Signature_____________________________________
Title___________________________________
Date_________________________________________
Company_______________________________
Telephone / E-Mail_____________________________
Return or Fax to:
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VWR
ATT: Service Dept.
1310 Goshen Parkway,
Westchester, PA 19380
(877) 548-4666 FAX: (877) 693-9273
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