Celli Brave Soft Drink Chiller Carbonator Manual

Celli Brave Soft Drink Chiller Carbonator Manual
USE AND
AND
USE
MAINTENANCE MANUAL
MANUAL
MAINTENANCE
BRAVE 30 ES
BRAVE 60 ES
BRAVE 90 ES
ED. 6
TRANSLATION OF THE ORIGINAL
25/09/2014
Code 070344
Celli S.p.A.
Via Casino Albini, 605
47842 - S. Giovanni in Marignano - Rimini - Italy
Tel. +39 0541 755211 - Fax +39 0541 759735
www.celli.com - celli@celli.com
Index
Brave 30 ES - Brave 60 ES- Brave 90 ES
Index
1 - General information ............................................................................................... 3
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Manufacturer’s details ........................................................................................................ 3
Machinery identification...................................................................................................... 4
Warranty........................................................................................................................... 4
Declaration of Conformity ................................................................................................... 5
Symbols used in the manual ............................................................................................... 7
2 - Description of the machine .................................................................................... 8
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
Main components of the BRAVE 30 ES................................................................................. 9
Main components of the BRAVE 60 ES................................................................................11
Main components of the BRAVE 90 ES................................................................................13
Operating principle............................................................................................................15
Energy Saving control unit, and button pad with display ......................................................18
2.5.1 Standard functions ...................................................................................................19
2.5.2 Optional functions ....................................................................................................20
2.6 Technical data ..................................................................................................................23
2.6.1 Sound emissions ......................................................................................................23
2.7 Dimensions in mm ............................................................................................................24
2.7.1 BRAVE 30 ES............................................................................................................24
2.7.2 BRAVE 60 ES............................................................................................................24
2.7.3 BRAVE 90 ES............................................................................................................24
3 - Safety ................................................................................................................... 25
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Intended use ....................................................................................................................25
Improper use ...................................................................................................................25
List of hazards ..................................................................................................................26
Residual risks ...................................................................................................................28
4 - Installation ........................................................................................................... 29
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
Checks and Unpacking ......................................................................................................29
Positioning .......................................................................................................................29
Environmental conditions...................................................................................................30
Electrical requisites ...........................................................................................................30
Connections .....................................................................................................................31
4.5.1 Preparing the machine ..............................................................................................31
4.5.2 Water intake connection ...........................................................................................32
4.5.3 Connecting the syrup lines ........................................................................................34
4.5.4 Connecting the soda recirculation line ........................................................................34
4.5.5 Connecting the python..............................................................................................35
4.5.6 Carbon dioxide (CO2) connection ...............................................................................36
4.5.7 Electrical connection .................................................................................................38
Adjusting the carbon dioxide (CO2) supply ..........................................................................39
Checking for leaks.............................................................................................................40
Adjusting the dispensing valves .........................................................................................40
First start-up ....................................................................................................................42
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Index
5 - Using the machine ............................................................................................... 43
5.1
5.2
Start-up........................................................................................................................... 43
Stopping the machine ....................................................................................................... 43
6 - Maintenance......................................................................................................... 44
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
6.11
6.12
Routine maintenance ........................................................................................................ 44
Table of procedures.......................................................................................................... 45
Replacing the syrup tank................................................................................................... 46
6.3.1 Replacing a steel keg ............................................................................................... 46
6.3.2 Replacing a BAG-IN-BOX .......................................................................................... 46
Replacing the carbon dioxide cylinder (CO2) ....................................................................... 46
Replacing the water filter .................................................................................................. 47
Cleaning the spout and post-mix valve diffuser ................................................................... 47
Cleaning the condenser .................................................................................................... 48
Sanitising the dispenser .................................................................................................... 49
Cleaning and checking the liquid check valve...................................................................... 51
Cleaning the syrup connectors......................................................................................... 51
Replacing the water in the tank ....................................................................................... 51
Extraordinary maintenance.............................................................................................. 52
7 - Troubleshooting ................................................................................................... 53
8 - Additional instructions......................................................................................... 54
8.1
Waste disposal ................................................................................................................. 54
9 - Annexes ............................................................................................................... 55
9.1 BRAVE 30-60 ES electrical diagram
Version with still water and special pump.................................................................................... 55
9.2 BRAVE 30-60 ES electrical diagram
Version with still water .............................................................................................................. 56
9.3 BRAVE 30-60 ES electrical diagram
Version with still water and telemetry ......................................................................................... 57
9.4 BRAVE 90 ES electrical diagram
Version with still water, pressure switch and solenoid valve.......................................................... 58
9.5 BRAVE 90 ES electrical diagram
Version with still water and telemetry ......................................................................................... 59
9.6 BRAVE ES hydraulic diagram
Version with special still water pump .......................................................................................... 60
9.7 BRAVE ES hydraulic diagram
Version with still water kit, pressure switch and solenoid valve ..................................................... 61
9.8 BRAVE 30 - 60 ES hydraulic diagram
Version with still water and telemetry ......................................................................................... 62
9.9 BRAVE 90 ES hydraulic diagram
Version with still water/carbonator ............................................................................................. 63
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General information
Brave 30 ES- Brave 60 ES - Brave 90 ES
1 - General information
The Use and Maintenance Manual is an integral, essential part of the appliance and must be consigned to
the user. It must be kept safe and read carefully since it provides specific information concerning the
operation, maintenance and safety of the appliance and/or the people and/or property which come into
contact with it.
If in doubt concerning the instructions supplied in the manual, contact CELLI S.p.A..
The manufacturer accepts no liability, within or outside the terms of the contract, for damage caused by
errors in the use and installation of the appliance, or in any way arising from failure to comply with the
instructions provided.
The manufacturer reserves the right to modify the product and the relative technical documentation without
any obligations in relation to third parties, and does not accept liability for any errors or inaccuracy in the
contents of this manual.
This version of the operator's manual describes the technical characteristics of the standard production
appliance as of the date when this publication is approved for printing.
1.1
Manufacturer’s details
CELLI S.p.A.
Via Casino Albini, 605
47842 - S. Giovanni in Marignano - Rimini - Italy
Tel. (+39) 0541 755211 Fax (+39) 0541 759735
www.celli.com
celli@celli.com
CELLI S.p.A. is at users' service for any technical problems, and for the supply of spare parts.
When replacing parts of the appliance, genuine parts must be used. The manufacturer declines all
responsibility for any deterioration in the appliance's performance or damage caused to it due to the use
of non-genuine parts.
This manual refers to the standard version of the machine.
Non-standard machines may display minor differences not described in this manual.
If you have any doubts, please contact CELLI S.p.A.
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1.2
General information
Machinery identification
This manual refers to the following machines:
BRAVE ES range
Models:
- BRAVE 30 ES
- BRAVE 60 ES
- BRAVE 90 ES
Check that the appliance delivered to you carries the nameplate (EC nameplate) shown below:
MODEL
MIX
POST
BRAVE
CLIMATE CLASS
BRAVE POST-MIX
ELECTRICAL
REQUISITES
WEIGHT OF
REFRIGERANT GAS
EC
MODEL
CODE
WASTE DISPOSAL
MACHINE SERIAL
NUMBER
BR0010
It contains the model, the serial number and all the machine technical data necessary for ordering spare
parts or reporting technical problems to the service centre.
1.3
Warranty
For the warranty terms, please refer to the general conditions of sale in the CELLI S.p.A. price list.
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Declaration of Conformity
Cod. 042921 - Rev. 04 – 06/05/2013
DICHIARAZIONE DI CONFORMITÁ CE
Il fabbricante Celli S.p.A. con sede in via Casino Albini, 605 San Giovanni in Marignano (Rimini - Italia), dichiara che la macchina per spillatura di bevande (riferimento in alto a destra) è conforme
alle seguenti Direttive:
• 2006/42/CE del Parlamento Europeo e del Consiglio del 17 maggio 2006 relativa alle macchine e che modifica la direttiva 95/16/CE.
• 2004/108/CE del Parlamento Europeo e del Consiglio del 15 dicembre 2004 concernente il riavvicinamento delle legislazioni degli Stati membri relative alla compatibilità elettromagnetica.
• 2006/95/CE del Parlamento Europeo e del Consiglio del 12 dicembre 2006 concernente il riavvicinamento delle legislazioni degli Stati membri relative al materiale elettrico destinato ad essere
adoperato entro taluni limiti di tensione.
• 1935/2004/CE del Parlamento Europeo e del Consiglio del 27 ottobre 2004 riguardante i materiali e gli oggetti destinati a venire a contatto con i prodotti alimentari.
• D.M. 174/2004 Regolamento concernente i materiali e gli oggetti che possono essere utilizzati negli impianti fissi di captazione, trattamento, adduzione e distribuzione delle acque destinate al
consumo umano.
Persona autorizzata a costituire il fascicolo tecnico: Celli Goffredo, via Casino Albini 605 (47842 - San Giovanni in Marignano, RN).
EC CONFORMITY STATEMENT
The manufacturer Celli S.p.A. seated in via Casino Albini, 605 San Giovanni in Marignano (Rimini - Italy), declares that the beverage dispensing machine (reference serial number on top right side
of this page), complies with the following Directive:
• 2006/42/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 May 2006 on machinery and amending Directive 95/16/EC.
• 2004/108/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 December 2004 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility.
• 2006/95/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 December 2006 on the harmonisation of the laws of Member States relating to electrical equipment designed for use within certain
voltage limits.
• 1935/2004/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 October 2004 on materials and articles intended to come into contact with food.
Authorized person to draw up the technical construction file: Celli Goffredo, via Casino Albini 605 (47842 - San Giovanni in Marignano, RN).
KONFORMITÄTSERKLÄRUNG EG
Der Hersteller Celli S.p.A. mit sitz in via Casino Albini, 605 San Giovanni in Marignano (Rimini - Italien), erklärt dass das Gerät zum Zapfen von Getränke (Referencenummer oben rechts) den
folgenden Richtlinien entspricht:
• 2006/42/EG des Europäischen Parlaments und des Rates vom 17. Mai 2006 über Maschinen und zur Änderung der Richtlinie 95/16/EG.
• 2004/108/EG des Europäischen Parlaments und des Rates vom 15. Dezember 2004 zur Angleichung der Rechtsvorschriften der Mitgliedstaaten über die elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit.
• 2006/95/EG des Europäischen Parlaments und des Rates vom 12. Dezember 2006 zur Angleichung der Rechtsvorschriften der Mitgliedstaaten betreffend elektrische Betriebsmittel zur
Verwendung innerhalb bestimmter Spannungsgrenzen.
• 1935/2004/EG des Europäischen Parlaments und des Rates vom 27. Oktober 2004 über Materialien und Gegenstände, die dazu bestimmt sind, mit Lebensmitteln in Berührung zu kommen.
Autorisierte person für die Erstellung technischer Dokumentation: Celli Goffredo, via Casino Albini 605 (47842 - San Giovanni in Marignano, RN).
DECLARATION DE CONFORMITÉ CE
Le fabricant Celli S.p.A. avec siège en via Casino Albini, 605 San Giovanni in Marignano (Rimini - Italie), déclare que la machine pour le tirage des boissons (numéro de série en haut à droite de
cette page) est conforme aux directives suivantes:
• 2006/42/CE du Parlement Européen et du Conseil du 17 mai 2006 relative aux machines et modifiant la directive 95/16/CE.
• 2004/108/CE du Parlement européen et du Conseil du 15 décembre 2004 relative au rapprochement des législations des États membres concernant la compatibilité électromagnétique.
• 2006/95/CE du Parlement européen et du Conseil du 12 décembre 2006 concernant le rapprochement des législations des États membres relatives au matériel électrique destiné à être employé
dans certaines limites de tension.
• 1935/2004/CE du Parlement Européen et du Conseil du 27 octobre 2004 concernant les matériaux et objets destinés à entrer en contact avec des denrées alimentaires.
Personne authorisé à dresser le dossier technique de construction: Celli Goffredo, via Casino Albini 605 (47842 - San Giovanni in Marignano, RN).
DECLARACIÓN DE CONFORMIDAD CE
El fabbricante Celli S.p.A. con lugar en calle Casino Albini, 605 San Giovanni in Marignano (Rimini - Italia), declama que el equipo para dispensar bebidas (referenzia arriba a la derecha)
corrisponde a las siguentes instrucciones:
• 2006/42/CE del Parlamento Europeo y del Consejo, de 17 de mayo de 2006 , relativa a las máquinas y por la que se modifica la Directiva 95/16/CE.
• 2004/108/CE del Parlamento Europeo y del Consejo, de 15 de diciembre de 2004, relativa a la aproximación de las legislaciones de los Estados miembros en materia de compatibilidad
electromagnética.
• 2006/95/CE del Parlamento Europeo y del Consejo, de 12 de diciembre de 2006 , relativa a la aproximación de las legislaciones de los Estados miembros sobre el material eléctrico destinado a
utilizarse con determinados límites de tensión.
• 1935/2004/CE del Parlamento Europeo y del Consejo, de 27 de octubre de 2004, sobre los materiales y objetos destinados a entrar en contacto con alimentos.
Persona autorizada a construir el expediente técnico de construcción: Celli Goffredo, via Casino Albini 605 (47842 - San Giovanni in Marignano, RN).
San Giovanni in Marignano, 06.05.2013
BR0010
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Brave 30 ES - Brave 60 ES - Brave 90 ES
General information
Rev. 01 – 06/05/2013
DICHIARAZIONE DI CONFORMITÁ CE
Il fabbricante Celli S.p.A. con sede in via Casino Albini, 605 San Giovanni in Marignano (Rimini - Italia), dichiara che la macchina
per spillatura di bevande (riferimento in alto a destra) è conforme alle seguenti Direttive e standard armonizzati EN:
• 2006/42/CE
del Parlamento Europeo e del Consiglio del 17 maggio 2006 relativa alle macchine e che modifica la direttiva
95/16/CE.
• 2004/108/CE
del Parlamento Europeo e del Consiglio del 15 dicembre 2004 concernente il riavvicinamento delle legislazioni degli
Stati membri relative alla compatibilità elettromagnetica.
• 2006/95/CE
del Parlamento Europeo e del Consiglio del 12 dicembre 2006 concernente il riavvicinamento delle legislazioni degli
Stati membri relative al materiale elettrico destinato ad essere adoperato entro taluni limiti di tensione.
• 1935/2004/CE
del Parlamento Europeo e del Consiglio del 27 ottobre 2004 riguardante i materiali e gli oggetti destinati a venire a
contatto con i prodotti alimentari.
• D.M.
174/2004 Regolamento concernente i materiali e gli oggetti che possono essere utilizzati negli impianti fissi di captazione,
trattamento, adduzione e distribuzione delle acque destinate al consumo umano.
• EN
60335-1 Sicurezza degli apparecchi elettrici d'uso domestico e similare.
• EN
60335-2-75 Norme particolari per distributori commerciali e apparecchi automatici per la vendita.
• EN
60335-2-89 Norme particolari per apparecchi per la refrigerazione commerciale comprendenti un! unità di condensazione del
fluido frigorifero, o un compressore, incorporato o remoto.
Persona autorizzata a costituire il fascicolo tecnico: Celli Goffredo, via Casino Albini 605 (47842 - San Giovanni in Marignano, RN).
EC CONFORMITY STATEMENT
The manufacturer Celli S.p.A. seated in via Casino Albini, 605 San Giovanni in Marignano (Rimini - Italy), declares that the
beverage dispensing machine (reference serial number on top right side of this page), complies with the following Directive and
harmonised EN standard:
• 2006/42/EC
of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 May 2006 on machinery and amending Directive 95/16/EC.
• 2004/108/EC
of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 December 2004 on the approximation of the laws of the
Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility.
• 2006/95/EC
of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 December 2006 on the harmonisation of the laws of Member
States relating to electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits.
• 1935/2004/EC
of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 October 2004 on materials and articles intended to come into
contact with food.
• EN
60335-1 Safety of household and similar electrical appliances.
• EN
60335-2-75 Particular requirements for commercial dispensing appliances and vending machines.
• EN
60335-2-89 Particular requirements for commercial refrigerating appliances with an incorporated or remote refrigerant
condensing unit or compressor.
Authorized person to draw up the technical construction file: Celli Goffredo, via Casino Albini 605 (47842 - San Giovanni in
Marignano, RN).
San Giovanni in Marignano, 06.05.2013
BR0010
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General information
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Brave 30 ES- Brave 60 ES - Brave 90 ES
Symbols used in the manual
The manual uses the following safety symbols to draw readers' attention to all operations which must be
strictly observed in order to prevent injury to persons or damage to the appliance.
DANGER
Indicates the existence, on or around the appliance, of imminent danger for the operative and
people in general, which may cause death or very serious injury; it is therefore essential to take
the greatest care and proceed with the greatest caution.
WARNING
Indicates the existence, on or around the appliance, of potential danger for the operative or
people in general, which may cause death or very serious injury; it is therefore essential to take
great care and proceed with the greatest caution.
CAUTION
Indicates the existence, on or around the appliance, of potential danger for the operative or
people in general, which may cause minor, non-serious injury; it is therefore essential to take
great care and proceed with the greatest caution.
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Description of the machine
2 - Description of the machine
The machines of the BRAVE ES range (models 30 - 60 - 90) are coolers that dispense sparkling and nonsparkling drinks, obtained by mixing water and syrups.
These machines must be connected to the water supply (via a filter) and to the syrup containers.
They allow the dispensing of:
- still chilled water;
- sparkling chilled water;
- chilled syrups.
Inside the machine, the syrups and water are cooled via a cooling unit. In addition, carbon dioxide can be
added to natural water thanks to a carbonation process, and will thereby become sparkling. Sparkling
water will also be referred to as “soda” elsewhere in this manual.
The natural water, sparkling water and syrups are carried via plastic tubes (thermically insulated from the
external environment) to the dispensing tower. The mixing of water and syrups takes place in the dispensing
valves.
The insulating tube (known as the “python”) and the dispensing tower are not included with the machine.
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2.1
Brave 30 ES- Brave 60 ES - Brave 90 ES
Main components of the BRAVE 30 ES
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
26
16
9
27
10
13 14 15
11 12
28
29
30
31
19
18
17
20
23
25
24
22
21
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1-
UPPER COVER
2-
STIRRER
3-
CARBONATOR
4-
SYRUP COILS
5-
STILL WATER COIL
6-
SODA COIL
7-
SODA RECIRCULATION COIL
8-
EVAPORATOR
9-
INSULATING TANK
10 - CONDENSERS FOR THE STIRRER AND PUMP MOTORS
11 - PUMP MOTOR FOR SODA RECIRCULATION
12 - PUMP MOTOR FOR THE CARBONATOR
13 - STILL WATER PUMP
14 - DEHYDRATOR FILTER
15 - BUTTON PAD WITH DISPLAY
16 - FRONT PANEL
17 - CONDENSER
18 - DUCT
19 - FAN UNIT
20 - TRANSFORMER
21 - SIDE PANEL
22 - COMPRESSOR
23 - ENERGY SAVING CONTROL UNIT
24 - REAR PANEL
25 - OVERFLOW DRAINAGE
26 - TANK LEVEL/DRAINAGE
27 - SIDE PANEL
28 - SODA RECIRCULATION PUMP
29 - INSULATION FOR SODA RECIRCULATION PUMP
30 - CARBONATOR PUMP
31 - ON/OFF LIGHT SWITCH
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Description of the machine
2.2
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Main components of the BRAVE 60 ES
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
16
9
25
14 15
26
27
28
10
11
12
13
29
22
30
31
24
21
19
17
18
20
23
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1-
UPPER COVER
2-
STIRRER
3-
CARBONATOR
4-
SYRUP COILS
5-
STILL WATER COIL
6-
SODA COIL
7-
SODA RECIRCULATION COIL
8-
EVAPORATOR
9-
INSULATING TANK
10 - CONDENSERS FOR THE STIRRER AND PUMP MOTORS
11 - PUMP MOTOR FOR SODA RECIRCULATION
12 - PUMP MOTOR FOR THE CARBONATOR
13 - STILL WATER PUMP
14 - DEHYDRATOR FILTER
15 - BUTTON PAD WITH DISPLAY
16 - FRONT PANEL
17 - CONDENSER
18 - DUCT
19 - FAN UNIT
20 - SIDE PANEL
21 - ENERGY SAVING CONTROL UNIT
22 - TRANSFORMER
23 - REAR PANEL
24 - OVERFLOW DRAINAGE
25 - TANK LEVEL/DRAINAGE
26 - SIDE PANEL
27 - COMPRESSOR
28 - SODA RECIRCULATION PUMP
29 - INSULATION FOR SODA RECIRCULATION PUMP
30 - CARBONATOR PUMP
31 - ON/OFF LIGHT SWITCH
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Description of the machine
Description of the machine
2.3
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Main components of the BRAVE 90 ES
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
29
24
9
18
25
23
24
10
11
12
17
15
16
26
27
23
22
13
28
14
21
20
19
BR0040
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1-
UPPER COVER
2-
STIRRER
3-
CARBONATOR
4-
PRE-MIX COILS
5-
SODA RECIRCULATION COIL
6-
COIL FOR PRE-MIX + 4 SYRUPS
7-
COIL FOR SODA + 4 SYRUPS
8-
EVAPORATOR
9-
INSULATING TANK
Description of the machine
10 - CONDENSERS FOR THE STIRRER AND PUMP MOTORS
11 - PUMP MOTOR FOR SODA RECIRCULATION
12 - PUMP MOTOR FOR THE CARBONATOR
13 - ENERGY SAVING CONTROL UNIT
14 - FAN UNIT
15 - DEHYDRATOR FILTER
16 - CONDENSER
17 - ON/OFF LIGHT SWITCH
18 - FRONT PANEL
19 - SIDE PANEL
20 - COMPRESSOR
21 - TRANSFORMER
22 - REAR PANEL
23 - TANK LEVEL/DRAINAGE
24 - BUTTON PAD WITH DISPLAY
25 - SIDE PANEL
26 - SODA RECIRCULATION PUMP
27 - INSULATION FOR SODA RECIRCULATION PUMP
28 - CARBONATOR PUMP
29 - PRESSURE SWITCH AND PRESSURE REDUCER FOR STILL WATER
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2.4
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Operating principle
The machine consists of a cooling unit and a hydraulic
unit. The cooling unit cools the water in the insulating
tank, thanks to an evaporator (A) immersed in the tank
itself.
D
The water in the insulating tank acts merely as a means
of heat exchange between the coils and the evaporator.
The evaporator is cooled until its temperature is lower
than zero, so a layer of ice (the "ice bank") then forms
around it; this is in practice a cold reserve, to be used
when consumption levels increase.
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The thickness of the ice bank is controlled by the energy
saving control unit (B), which starts and stops the
compressor (C) as necessary.
The coils (that the water and syrups pass through) are
immersed in the water in the tank.
The water in the tank is always kept moving thanks to a
stirrer (D); this facilitates the heat exchange between the
coils and the ice bank.
The water and syrups pass through different coils, and
never come into contact with each other inside the
machine: the mixing of water and syrup takes place in the
spout of the dispensing valve, located in the dispensing
tower (not included).
The syrup is contained in a bag-in-box, or in steel kegs
(outside the machine).
B
A
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E
The condenser (E) eliminates the heat taken from the
water and generated by the compressor motor.
For more effective heat dispersal, the condenser has a
cooling fan unit.
It is important not to obstruct the condenser surface, and
regularly inspect it for dirt so it can always function well (see
6.7 - "Cleaning the condenser").
In order to operate well, the machine must be
continuously powered; switching off the pump-stirrer
motor, or the machine itself, during brief periods of nonuse will jeopardise both the machine's lifespan and the
quality of the first drinks subsequently dispensed. What's
more, the machine consumes much more energy to
restore the ice bank than to maintain it, so you are
advised to leave the machine switched on during the
night and during any brief periods of non-use.
C
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Brave 30 ES - Brave 60 ES - Brave 90 ES
Sparkling water (soda)
When you make a dispensing request for sparkling water,
the still water is pushed by the pump (D) into the
carbonator (E); it comes into contact with the CO2
(carbon dioxide), absorbing it immediately and becoming
sparkling.
Inside the carbonator, immersed in the chilled water,
there are two level probes (F - max. and min.) connected
to the energy saving control unit (G) that starts and stops
the pump, guaranteeing the correct supply of water to
the carbonator.
F
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C
B
On the carbonator there is a double check valve that
prevents the soda (sparkling water) from flowing back
and mixing with the still water.
The machine is equipped with a pressure switch that
produces a machine stoppage if there is no incoming
water.
There is also another pressure switch, that disconnects
the power supply to the valves (thereby stopping the
dispensing operation) if the CO2 pressure falls below
3.5 bar (0,35 MPa).
Soda recirculation
To ensure that chilled and adequately sparkling soda is
always available for the dispensing valves, the soda is
recirculated by means of a pump (A).
The soda leaves the machine, passes through the entire
python tube, and arrives at the dispensing tower; inside
the tower there is a diffuser that carries the soda to each
single valve.
The soda then travels back to the machine via the diffuser
and the python tube. As it passes through the python, it
cools the other tubes that carry the syrups.
The soda arrives back in the machine, where it is cooled
by passing through a cooling coil, and enriched with CO2
by passing through the carbonator (see the hydraulic
diagrams for further details).
D
E
G
BR0090
A
Still water, with special pump
In machines that use this type of technical solution, to
obtain chilled water the pump (B) pushes the water
through a cooling coil (C) located inside the insulating
tank.
BR0090
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Still water, with pressure switch and solenoid
valve
The machines that adopt this technical solution use the
same pump for the carbonator and for the still water (see
the electric and hydraulic diagrams for further details).
When the still water dispensing valve on the tower is
activated, a pressure switch (P) activates the pump (A);
the water passes through the cooling coil (B), the check
valve (C), and the pressure reducer (D). The solenoid
valve (E) remains closed.
When soda needs to be dispensed, the energy saving
control unit (F) activates the pump (A) and opens the
solenoid valve (E). The water passes through the cooling
coil (B), the solenoid valve (E) and the double check
valve, and enters the carbonator (H).
Inside the carbonator, the water immediately becomes
sparkling. As a result, when it leaves the carbonator it is
soda.
P
C
D
E
BR0361
A
P
B
H
BR0360
F
BR0370
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2.5
Description of the machine
Energy Saving control unit, and button pad with display
All the machines in the BRAVE ES range are fitted with an Energy Saving electronic control unit. A button
pad with a screen, which can be accessed from the external panel of the machine, is connected to the control
unit. Alarm messages may appear on the screen, informing the user and maintenance technician of any
anomalies or faults.
Some functions are standard and are therefore included on all machines in the BRAVE ES range, whereas
others are optional and require connection to add-on devices which are installed during manufacturing (e.g.
temperature probes, pressure switches, flowmeters).
The control unit has been configured for connection to a telemetry module (an optional service - contact
CELLI SpA for more information) which allows the remote monitoring of machine functions and management
of anomalies and alarms by optimising routine and special maintenance work.
DISPLAY
BR0110
CONTROL UNIT
CARBONATOR
PUMP
SODA
RECIRCULATION
PUMP
STILL
WATER
PUMP
RESET
BR0300
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2.5.1 Standard functions
Carbonation pump button
This button enables or disables operation of the carbonation pump.
Still water pump button
This button enables or disables operation of the still water dispensing pump.
Soda recirculation pump button
This button enables or disables operation of the soda recirculation pump.
Alarm RESET button
The screen connected to the control unit indicates possible malfunctioning. The alarm messages are listed
below. With some alarms, the RESET button must be pressed to resume normal machine operation.
Carbonator level check
The control unit checks the level of soda in the carbonator, activating the carbonation pump if necessary.
The control unit can be used to control both dual-probe (standard version) and single-probe carbonators (by
modifying the programming parameters).
Ice bank check with 4-minute compressor start delay
The control unit checks the thickness of the ice bank by means of two probes appropriately placed on the
evaporator. Compressor start-up is always delayed by 4 minutes to ensure that pressure in the refrigerator
circuit is balanced in all conditions (even if the electricity supply is momentarily disconnected). This reduces
the mechanical stress of the compressor and extends its service life.
Compressor time-out
Continuous operation of the compressor for 24 hours is considered an anomaly (time-out). The alarm
message ”COMPR TIME OUT” will appear on the screen. The power supply to the dispensing tower and
compressor is cut off. The alarm condition can be removed by pressing the RESET button once you have
checked that the system is working correctly. The alarm is transmitted via telemetry, if present.
Carbonation pump time-out
Continuous operation of the carbonation pump for 4 minutes is considered an anomaly (time-out). The alarm
message ”CARB P TIME OUT” will appear on the screen. The power supply to the dispensing tower is cut
off, and the water inlet valve is closed (if present). Any acoustic or light signal present on the dispensing
tower is activated. The alarm condition can be removed by pressing the RESET button once you have
checked that the system is working correctly. The alarm is transmitted via telemetry, if present.
Still water pump time-out
Continuous operation of the still water pump for 4 minutes is considered an anomaly (time-out). The alarm
message ”PL WT P TIME OUT” will appear on the screen. The power supply to the dispensing tower is cut
off, and the water inlet valve is closed (if present). Any acoustic or light signal present on the dispensing
tower is activated. The alarm condition can be removed by pressing the RESET button once you have
checked that the system is working correctly. The alarm is transmitted via telemetry, if present.
Energy Saving Management
If drinks are not dispensed for more than 45 minutes, the speed of the stirrer motor and the soda
recirculation motor is automatically reduced in order to limit energy consumption. However, the lower speed
continues to guarantee correct python cooling, and the dispensing of drinks with a temperature and
carbonation which comply with standards.
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2.5.2 Optional functions
Compressor delivery tube temperature check
This function allows you to monitor the compressor delivery temperature: if the safety limit is exceeded, the
warning message "HIGH TEMP COMPR” is displayed. The machine functions are not interrupted, and the
message disappears as soon as the temperature returns within acceptable limits. This message can be
transmitted via telemetry, if present.
Carbonation pump body temperature check
This function allows you to monitor the carbonation pump body temperature: if the safety limit is exceeded,
the warning message "HIGH T CARB PUMP” is displayed. The machine functions are not interrupted, and the
message disappears as soon as the temperature returns within acceptable limits. This message can be
transmitted via telemetry, if present.
Soda recirculation temperature check
This function allows you to monitor the soda recirculation temperature: if the safety limit is exceeded, the
warning message "HIGH T REC SODA P" is displayed. The machine functions are not interrupted, and the
message disappears as soon as the temperature returns within acceptable limits. This message can be
transmitted via telemetry, if present.
Tank water temperature check
This function allows you to monitor the temperature of the water in the tank: if the safety limit is exceeded,
the warning message "HIGH T H2O BATH” is displayed. The machine functions are not interrupted, and the
message disappears as soon as the temperature returns within acceptable limits. This message can be
transmitted via telemetry, if present.
Anti-flooding check (with probe)
This function detects the presence of water in the machine area or immediate vicinity, thanks to a probe.
The presence of water in these areas indicates a possible water leakage. In this case an alarm ("WATER
LEAKAGE”) is displayed on the screen, the power supply to the dispensing tower is cut off, and the water
inlet valve is closed (if present). Any acoustic or light signal present on the dispensing tower is activated. The
alarm condition can be removed by pressing the RESET button once you have checked that the system is
working correctly. The alarm is transmitted via telemetry, if present.
Anti-flooding control (with flow meter)
This function detects a continual ingress of water into the machine for a prolonged period (time-out). The
continual ingress of water, for a period exceeding a certain value, indicates a possible leak in the water
circuit. In this case an alarm ("IN H2O TIME OUT”) is displayed on the screen, the power supply to the
dispensing tower is cut off, and the water inlet valve is closed (if present). Any acoustic or light signal present
on the dispensing tower is activated. The alarm condition can be removed by pressing the RESET button
once you have checked that the system is working correctly. The alarm is transmitted via telemetry, if
present.
Inlet water measuring function
This function uses an optional flowmeter to measure the quantity of water entering the machine. This
function is useful for controlling the water filter and calculating drink consumption levels. The quantity of
dispensed water can be monitored via telemetry.
Inlet water pressure check
This function allows you to monitor the inlet water pressure. If the pressure is too low, there may be
problems with the pumps and dispensing of drinks which are not up to standard. In this case an alarm ("H2O
IN PR LOW ”) is displayed on the screen, the power supply to the dispensing tower is cut off, the water inlet
valve is closed (if present), and the drainage function is disabled (see "Bacteria proliferation prevention").
Any acoustic or light signal present on the dispensing tower is activated. The machine functions are restored,
and the message disappears as soon as the water pressure returns within acceptable limits. The alarm is
transmitted via telemetry, if present.
Inlet CO2 pressure check
This function allows you to monitor the inlet CO2 pressure. If the pressure is too low, there may be problems
with the dispensing of drinks which are not up to standard. In this case an alarm ("CO2 IN PR LOW”) is
displayed on the screen, and the power supply to both the dispensing tower and the carbonation and still
water pumps is cut off. Any acoustic or light signal present on the dispensing tower is activated. The machine
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functions are restored, and the message disappears as soon as the CO2 pressure returns within acceptable
limits. The alarm is transmitted via telemetry, if present.
Carbonation pump pressure check
This function allows you to monitor the carbonation pump delivery pressure, to ensure it is operating
correctly. If the pressure is below the optimum level, a warning message "CARB P LOW PR” is displayed. The
machine functions are not interrupted, and the message disappears as soon as the pressure returns to the
optimum level. This message can be transmitted via telemetry, if present.
Water inlet enabling
This function uses a special solenoid valve to stop water entering the machine in conditions in which this may
be hazardous (e.g. flooding, low water pressure, pump time-out).
Water drainage (bacteria proliferation prevention)
This function periodically discharges a specific volume of water. The time interval and volume of water can
be set. This prevents water from stagnating in the filter, with the consequential proliferation of bacteria.
CO2 bulk level check
This function allows you to monitor the external CO2 tank level (bulk), if the tank is fitted with a level sensor
with a 4-20mA output signal. If the level drops below a given value (25%), the warning message "CO2 BULK
LEV LOW” appears on the screen. This message can be transmitted via telemetry, if present. When the level
drops to zero, the warning message "CO2BULK LEV EMPTY” appears on the screen: the power supply to
both the dispensing tower and the carbonation and still water pumps is cut off. Any acoustic or light signal
present on the dispensing tower is activated. The machine functions are restored, and the message
disappears as soon as the CO2 level in the bulk returns to normal. The alarm is transmitted via telemetry, if
present.
Monitoring of mains voltage
The control unit continually monitors the machine power supply.
If the mains voltage goes outside the range considered safe for operation of all the components for more
than 30 seconds, the machine stops and the alarm message "L VOLTAGE PROTECT” or "H VOLTAGE
PROTECT” appears on the screen (according to whether the voltage is too low or too high). The power supply
to the dispensing tower and all electrical components is cut off. Any acoustic or light signal present on the
dispensing tower is activated.
Once 10 minutes have elapsed, the mains voltage is monitored and checked to ensure it remains within the
safety range for at least 30 seconds. If the voltage is constant and stable for 30 consecutive seconds, all the
machine functions are automatically restored. If not, it remains switched off for another 10 minutes, and so
on. The alarm is transmitted via telemetry, if present.
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Description of the machine
Summary table
ALARM / ANOMALY
MESSAGE ON THE DISPLAY
RESET
Compressor delivery tube T° too
high
ALTA TEMP COMPR
HIGH TEMP COMPR
Automatic
Carbonation pump body T° too
high
ALTA T POMP CARB
HIGH T CARB PUMP
Automatic
Soda recirculation T° too high
ALTA T POMP RICS
HIGH T REC SODA P
Automatic
Tank water T° too high
ALTA T H2O VASCA
HIGH T H2O BATH
Automatic
Wet anti-flooding probe
ALLAGAMENTO
WATER LEAKAGE
RESET button
Time-out for inlet of water into
machine (10 min)
ING H2O TIME OUT
IN H2O TIME OUT
RESET button
Inlet water pressure too low
PR H2O ING BASSA
H2O IN PR LOW
Automatic
Inlet CO2 pressure too low
PR CO2 ING BASSA
CO2 IN PR LOW
Automatic
Carbonation pump pressure too
low
PR P CARB BASSA
CARB P LOW PR
Automatic
Time-out for compressor
operation (24 h)
COMPR TIME OUT
COMPR TIME OUT
RESET button
Time-out for carbonation pump
(4 min)
P CARB TIME OUT
CARB P TIME OUT
RESET button
Time-out for still water pump
(4 min)
P A/P TIME OUT
PL WT P TIME OUT
RESET button
Low CO2 BULK tank level
LIV BULK BASSO
CO2 BULK LEV LOW
Automatic
Inadequate mains voltage
PROTEZ VOLTAGGIO
VOLTAGE PROTECT
Automatic
Display language
The display is factory-programmed in English (EN).
You can visualise the display in Italian by altering the control unit programming parameters. Contact Celli for
further details.
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2.6
Brave 30 ES- Brave 60 ES - Brave 90 ES
Technical data
BRAVE 30 ES
BRAVE 60 ES
BRAVE 90 ES
Body
STAINLESS STEEL /
AISI 430
STAINLESS STEEL /
AISI 430
STAINLESS STEEL /
AISI 430
Power supply
230V ~ 50/60Hz
230V ~ 50/60Hz
230V ~ 50/60Hz
Height
583 mm (22.9 in)
607 mm (23.8 in)
950 mm (37.4 in)
Width
436 mm (17.1 in)
491 mm (19.3 in)
552 mm (21.7 in)
Depth
632 mm (24.8 in)
722 mm (28.4 in)
887 mm (34.9 in)
~ 60 kg
~ 95 kg
~ 130 kg
36.5 L (9.64 US gal)
56 L (14.79 US gal)
92.5 L (24.44 US gal)
12 kg (26.5 lb)
22 kg (48.5 lb)
36 kg (79.4 lb)
1/3 (Hp)
5/8 (Hp)
1 (Hp)
440W
720W
1200W
R134a/R290
R134a/R290
R134a/R290
400 l/h (250 US gph)
400 l/h (250 US gph)
400 l/h (250 US gph)
Carbonation pump motor
250 W
250 W
250 W
Carbonator volume (total)
1650 cc
2000 cc
3500 cc
Transformer
160 VA
160 VA
160 VA
Coil material
STAINLESS STEEL AISI
304*
STAINLESS STEEL AISI
304*
STAINLESS STEEL AISI
304*
Shipping weight
Tank capacity
Ice bank
Compressor
Compressor cooling
power
Refrigerant
Carbonation pump
(*) PICKLED AND PASSIVATED
2.6.1 Sound emissions
The machine is designed and built in such a way as to reduce the noise level at the source.
The weighted sound pressure level "A" is lower than 70 dB (A).
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2.7
Description of the machine
Dimensions in mm
2.7.1 BRAVE 30 ES
484 (19)
583 (23)
478 (18.8)
99 (3.8)
632 (24.8)
436 (17.1)
BR0120
2.7.2 BRAVE 60 ES
491 (19.3)
516 (20.3)
607 (23.8)
566 (28.4)
91 (3.5)
722 (28.4)
BR0130
2.7.3 BRAVE 90 ES
887 (34.9)
736 (28.9)
950 (37.4)
214
552 (21.7)
BR0140
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3 - Safety
Do not allow anyone to operate the machine unless suitably trained.
Keep the machine in good working order and do not allow any modifications to it unless these have been
authorised by the manufacturer.
Before using the machine, read this section of the manual carefully; it instructs operators in the correct use of
the machine, and warns of improper use which may be hazardous.
3.1
Intended use
The POST-MIX system mixes sparkling water or still water with concentrated syrup to obtain a sparkling or
still drink at the time of dispensing.
The machines dealt with in this manual are used to cool water and syrups, and to produce sparkling water
for creating post-mix drinks.
3.2
Improper use
This machine is designed for the use and conditions envisaged in this manual, in compliance with Machine
Directive 2006/42/EC.
The use of the dispenser for any purposes other than those for which it was designed is not allowed, under
any circumstances. Likewise, its use in any way other than that indicated in this manual is forbidden.
This machine is not intended to be used by people (including children) with reduced physical or sensory
capacities, or with a lack of experience and knowledge, unless under supervision and with the instructions
of someone responsible for their safety.
For the purposes of your safety, and in accordance with the current legislation, any repair operations on the
machine must be carried out by the Service Centre.
• Do not alter or tamper with the internal dispenser components; if they do not work well, contact the
Service Centre.
• Do not place any objects on the dispenser.
• Do not place the dispenser on top of any other object.
• Do not use liquids other than those indicated.
• If you believe the dispenser to be damaged, contact the Service Centre.
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3.3
Safety
List of hazards
The following list of hazards details the safety factors which the appliance users must bear in mind.
DANGER
CO2 (CARBON DIOXIDE)
The place where the CO2 cylinders are stored must always be well ventilated, with an air flow
inlet and outlet. Great care must be taken to prevent CO2 leaks throughout the system, including
the gas cylinders. If a CO2 leak is suspected, especially in a small area, ventilate the
contaminated area at once. People exposed to a high concentration of CO2 will experience
trembling, swiftly followed by loss of consciousness and suffocation.
DANGER
ELECTRICITY SUPPLY
Always disconnect the machine from the electricity supply before doing any work on it, to prevent
damage and health hazards.
DANGER
GAS CYLINDER POSITION
To prevent damage or hazards, always place the CO2 cylinder vertical, against a wall, securing
it with a chain fixed to a bracket.
Do not expose the gas cylinder to heat sources or excessively low temperatures.
If a disposable CO2 cylinder is used, secure it vertically to prevent it from falling or overturning.
DANGER
REFRIGERANT
The refrigerant used is R290 or R134a. To verify which of these two is used, refer to the
compressor label inside the machine, and the nameplate.
In the case of R290 refrigerant, this is a natural gas with a high degree of environmental
compatibility, but it is also combustible. During the transport and installation of the machine, be
careful not to damage any part of the refrigerating circuit.
If the refrigerant spurts out, it may catch fire or cause injury to the eyes. If you notice a leak, do
not take any naked flames or potential ignition sources near the machine; air the room for a few
minutes.
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WARNING
REFRIGERANT
To avoid the formation of an inflammable mix of gas and air in the event of a leak in the
refrigerating circuit, the size of the room where the machine is located will depend on the amount
of refrigerant used.
Never switch the machine on if you notice any trace of damage. If you have any doubts, please
contact CELLI S.p.A.
The room must measure at least 1m3. for every 8g of R290 refrigerant used in the machine.
The amount of refrigerant in the machine is shown on the nameplate.
WARNING
AUTHORISED TECHNICAL STAFF
Only technical staff who are skilled electricians or plumbers, or with expertise in cooling systems,
may carry out work on the machine. All wiring and plumbing components must comply with
national and local legal requirements (when replacing components, use only genuine parts
certified by CELLI S.p.A.).
CAUTION
ELECTRICAL REQUISITES
The electrical circuit must be correctly earthed and connected by means of a suitable differential
safety breaker.
CAUTION
PLUG SUPPLIED
Connect the machine to the electricity mains using the plug provided.
If it needs replacing, use an equivalent model homologated in the country of use.
CAUTION
SANITISATION
Before proceeding with sanitisation, carefully read the instructions provided by the manufacturer
of the sanitisation product and make sure that all personal protection equipment (gloves, masks,
etc.) is worn. Ensure that the premises are well ventilated.
Sanitisation procedures must only be carried out by skilled technical service staff.
CAUTION
LOW TEMPERATURE
If the machine is exposed to temperatures below 0°C, the water inside it may freeze, causing
damage to the machine itself.
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CAUTION
SYRUP CONTAINED IN PRESSURISED KEGS
To avoid any harm to people or damage to property, do not remove the cover from the syrup
keg until you have discharged the CO2 pressure inside.
CAUTION
LIQUID CHECK VALVE
The carbonator liquid check valve should be inspected after any water supply system failure
(plumbing work, earthquakes, etc.), and at least once a year in normal conditions. If particles
are trapped in the control valve, the CO2 might flow back into the water supply system.
3.4
Residual risks
In operating conditions, the machine is safe and does not present any residual risk.
If it is not used in accordance with this Use and Maintenance Manual, hazards to people or property may
arise.
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4 - Installation
4.1
Checks and Unpacking
Always check that the machine received corresponds to
the model indicated in the accompanying document.
The machine is shipped in a cardboard box. Once the
packaging has been removed, check the machine has not
been damaged in transit; if damage is found, claim
against the carrier for any problems.
CELLI S.p.A. declines any liability in the event of
damage in transit.
Users are advised to contact CELLI S.p.A. or authorised
dealers for genuine components or spare parts.
BR0150
The machine's packaging consists of a cardboard box and a suitable amount of padding material. Dispose of
this in accordance with the relevant local legislation.
Do not burn packaging components or dump them in the environment.
4.2
Positioning
The machine must be placed on a surface capable of bearing the weight of the dispenser complete with
water. The chosen position must in any case allow satisfactory ventilation; in particular, there must be a gap
of at least 40cm (16 in) around the back and top for ventilation.
The appliance must not be placed close to direct or indirect heat sources (ovens, stoves, radiators, etc.). The
electricity and water supply points must be close to the dispenser, and positioned so that the electric cable
and water hose do not create obstacles.
SIDE VIEW
FRONT VIEW
40cm
(16 in)
40cm
(16 in)
40cm
(16 in)
40cm
(16 in)
40cm
(16 in)
BR0160
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4.3
Installation
Environmental conditions
The machine must be positioned so it is protected from rain and water splashes, and in a location with the
temperature appropriate to its climate class (stated on the EC nameplate); otherwise warranty rights are
forfeited and malfunctions may occur.
The possible climate classes are:
SN - For ambient temperatures from 10°C to 32°C
N - For ambient temperatures from 16°C to 32°C
ST - For ambient temperatures from 18°C to 38°C
T - For ambient temperatures from 18°C to 43°C
CAUTION
LOW TEMPERATURE
If the machine is exposed to temperatures below 0°C, the water inside it may freeze, causing
damage to the machine itself.
4.4
Electrical requisites
Check that all electrical equipment complies with the data provided on the machine nameplate.
DANGER
ELECTRICITY SUPPLY
Always disconnect the machine from the electricity supply before doing any work on it, to prevent
damage and health hazards.
CAUTION
ELECTRICAL REQUISITES
The electrical circuit must be correctly earthed and connected by means of a suitable differential
safety breaker.
CAUTION
PLUG SUPPLIED
Connect the machine to the electricity mains using the plug provided.
If it needs replacing, use an equivalent model homologated in the country of use.
If you need to use extensions, multiple sockets or adapters in general, use only material with
a quality certification mark; their power rating must always be higher than the machine's rated
power absorption.
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Connections
4.5.1 Preparing the machine
Overflow connection
Use a tube to connect the overflow drainage connector
(A) of the tank, and that of the condensate from the inlet/
outlet tube connection panel (B), to a large container or
a drainage point.
Check the overflow connector is not obstructed.
B
A
Check the level of the water in the tank, ensuring it is
correct and visible from the tube (C).
The water must cover the coils in the tank.
C
BR0201
Filling the water tank
1 - Remove the upper cover (D) by loosening the fixing
screws.
2 - Fill the tank with clean water until the level is about 2
cm (1 in) below the hole (E) of the overflow connector.
Make sure no foreign bodies are left in the tank.
D
E
BR0172
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4.5.2 Water intake connection
To facilitate the connections, the inlets and outlets are identified by special adhesives.
condensing unit or compressor.
WATER
Authorized
INTAKE person to draw up the technical construction file: Celli Goffredo, via Casino Albini 605
Marignano, RN).
San Giovanni in Marignano, 06.05.2013
IN/OUT ADHESIVE
BR00170
BR0210
Use only food-approved tubes and fittings when connecting the machine to the water supply
system.
The machine must be connected to a drinking water supply line.
To ensure a good flow of water from the dispenser, do not allow the tubes to come into contact
with heat sources, and avoid any restrictions which may obstruct the water flow.
ACTIVATING THE FILTERS
After fitting or replacing the filter, allow the water to flow from the drain tap (just after the
filter) until the water leaving the appliance is free from all cloudiness or sediment. Do not use
any water from the appliance until this has been done.
For filter installation, lifetime and replacement procedure, always comply strictly with the
instructions supplied by the filter manufacturer.
The filtering system must comply with the relevant local regulations.
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EXAMPLE OF A CONNECTION TO THE WATER SUPPLY VIA THE FILTER
DRINKING H2O
PRESSURE REDUCER
Ø i 9.5mm
H2O IN
CHECK VALVE
IN COMPLIANCE WITH EN 61770
DRAINAGE (FOR
FILTER ACTIVATION)
ACTIVATED CARBON FILTER
BR0310
To make the connection to the water system correctly, proceed as follows:
1-
Connect the machine's water intake to the water supply system, or to a filtering system.
Check there are no leaks in the water circuit.
Inside the machine there is a branch that separates the water to be used for making soda from the water
that will remain still.
2-
Connect the still water coil outlet and the soda recirculation outlet to the python.
The internal diameter of the water inlet tube must be at least 9,5 mm.
Inlet water pressure must be between 2 and 4 bar (0,2 MPa and 0,4 MPa).
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4.5.3 Connecting the syrup lines
To facilitate the connections, the inlets and outlets are identified by special adhesives.
SYRUP
INLET
IN/OUT ADHESIVE
BR00173
BR0210
The connection of the syrup lines differs according to whether the syrup is contained in a bag-in-box or in
stainless steel kegs.
The bag-in-box is a plastic bag in a cardboard box; the syrup is held in the plastic bag.
• syrup contained in a bag-in-box (BIB): use pneumatic pumps powered with CO2 or compressed air
• syrup contained in steel kegs: use CO2 to push the syrup along to the valves
If you use carbon dioxide (CO2), be sure to air the room.
4.5.4 Connecting the soda recirculation line
The soda recirculation tubes in the python can be recognised by their larger diameter; they are usually red
(IN soda recirculation) and blue (OUT soda recirculation).
Connect the soda system output and input using the two python tubes with the bigger diameter.
The supply of soda to the dispensing valves takes place directly, via the soda recirculation line.
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4.5.5 Connecting the python
Connect the python to the dispensing tower (not included) with the soda recirculation line.
When positioning the python, keep it away from heat sources, particularly tight bends, or any point where
it may get crushed.
The tubes in the python are marked with numbers (or different colours) to facilitate the connection between
the coils and the respective dispensing valves.
SODA RECIRCULATION
SYRUP TUBES
SYRUP TUBES
INSULATING
THICKNESS
BR0320
The thickness of the python insulation depends on the environmental temperature and the degree of
humidity.
Refer to the tables below.
INSULATING
THICKNESS (mm)
HEAT ACQUIRED BY THE DRINK (W/25m)
ENV.TEMP. / DRINK AT 32°C
ENV.TEMP. / DRINK AT 43°C
9
388
521
13
288
387
19
197
265
25
141
189
32
97
131
ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURE OF 30°
NOMINAL
INSULATING THICKNESS
(mm)
RELATIVE HUMIDITY
60%
70%
75%
80%
85%
9
13
19
ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURE OF 23°
NOMINAL
INSULATING THICKNESS
(mm)
RELATIVE HUMIDITY
60%
70%
75%
80%
85%
9
13
19
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4.5.6 Carbon dioxide (CO2) connection
To facilitate the connections, the inlets and outlets are identified by special adhesives.
DANGER
CO2 (CARBON DIOXIDE)
The place where the CO2 cylinders are stored must always be well ventilated, with an air flow
inlet and outlet. Great care must be taken to prevent CO2 leaks throughout the system, including
the gas cylinders. If a CO2 leak is suspected, especially in a small area, ventilate the
contaminated area at once. People exposed to a high concentration of CO2 will experience
trembling, swiftly followed by loss of consciousness and suffocation.
DANGER
GAS CYLINDER POSITION
To prevent damage or hazards, always place the CO2 cylinder vertical, against a wall, securing
it with a chain fixed to a bracket.
Do not expose the gas cylinder to heat sources or excessively low temperatures.
CO2 INTAKE
IN/OUT ADHESIVE
BR00171
BR0210
Only super-dry food grade CO2 should be used.
Before connecting the pressure reducer to the gas cylinder, always vent any dirt from the valve.
Close the cylinder valve after a few seconds.
There are different types of CO2 cylinders on the market.
Always obtain a pressure reducer suitable for the type of valve on the cylinder.
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LOW PRESSURE GAUGE
WITH FULL SCALE
10 bar (145 psi - 1 MPa)
LOW PRESSURE GAUGE
WITH FULL SCALE
6 bar (87 psi - 0,6 MPa)
VENT
VALVE
CO2 IN
HIGH PRESSURE
GAUGE
VENT VALVE
TO THE SYRUPS
TO THE CARBONATOR
BR0330
To make the carbon dioxide connection correctly, proceed as follows:
1 - Check the pressure reducer adjuster screw is
completely unscrewed.
EXAMPLE OF CO2 CYLINDER REDUCER CONNECTION
2 - Connect the pressure reducer to the cylinder valve
using the gasket provided.
If you are making the connection by means of a high
pressure tube, make sure the correct gaskets are fitted on
both joints. The reducer must be secured to the wall by
means of a suitable wall bracket. Use a suitable spanner
to firmly fix the reducer to the gas cylinder, or the high
pressure tube to the cylinder and pressure reducer, if
installed.
3 - Insert the tube in the appropriate connection point
on the reducer, then connect it between the pressure
gauge and the CO2 inlet connection on the machine itself.
BR0340
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Installation
4.5.7 Electrical connection
CAUTION
ELECTRICAL REQUISITES
The electrical circuit must be correctly earthed and connected by means of a suitable differential
safety breaker.
CAUTION
PLUG SUPPLIED
Connect the machine to the electricity mains using the plug provided.
If it needs replacing, use an equivalent model homologated in the country of use.
KEYPAD WITH SWITCHES
FOR THE PUMPS AND
DISPLAY
SWITCH
CONNECTING TO THE ELECTRICITY
SUPPLY SYSTEM
BR0200
BR0220
The machines of the BRAVE ES range comply with the safety standards in force, and carry the EC mark.
CAUTION
If the machine is installed in a kitchen, European Standard EN 60335-2/75 specifies that it must
be connected to an equipotential circuit via a wire with a section measuring 2.5-10 mm2. This
connection must be made by a skilled technician, in compliance with the regulations in force.
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Brave 30 ES- Brave 60 ES - Brave 90 ES
Adjusting the carbon dioxide (CO2) supply
1 - Slowly open the valve of the CO2 cylinder until it is
fully open. Check the gas cylinder pressure is always
above the red segment (A - low level) of the pressure
reducer pressure gauge; otherwise, the cylinder will have
to be changed.
2 - CO2 supply to the machine: turn the adjuster
screw until the needle of the corresponding pressure
gauge reaches 5 bar (73 psi - 0,5 MPa). This value will
depend on the degree of carbonation required.
3 - CO2 supply to the syrup lines:
A
• Syrup in a bag-in-box (BIB): adjust the supply
pressure of the pneumatic pumps to 3 bar (42 psi - 0,3
MPa) - do not exceed 4.8 bar (70 psi - 0,48 MPa).
(Refer to the specifications of the type of pneumatic pump actually used).
BR0181
• Syrup in a steel keg: adjust the pressure to 3 bar (42 psi - 0,3 MPa) for standard syrups, and 1 bar
(14,5 psi - 0,1 MPa) for diet syrups. (Refer to the specifications of the type of syrup actually used).
Connect the plug to a suitable power supply socket, checking that the characteristics of the electricity supply
system correspond to the appliance's technical data.
Make sure the I/0 switch is on I, and the pump buttons on the keypad are ON.
Check the fan unit and compressor are working. The compressor and fan unit will start with a 4-minute delay
to allow the pressure levels in the circuit to become stable.
After a few minutes, the surface of the condenser starts to heat up; check that this is happening.
If the fan unit and/or compressor are not working, call the after-sales service.
The machine is equipped with an external connector that can be used to obtain a 24V power supply.
Connector (B)
To use for connecting to a dispensing tower (dispensing
valves, any lighting, eventual buzzer alarm).
The connector supplies 24VAC and 160VA.
For the connection between the machine and the
dispensing tower use cables with a cross-section of 1.5
mm2 of the H05 VV-F variety.
Do not connect devices different from the dispensing
tower.
B
BR0202
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4.7
Checking for leaks
1 - Vent the air from the carbonator by opening the
vent valve (B) until only water comes out.
2 - Check for gas leaks by pressurising the system and
closing the gas cylinder valve.
Wait a couple of minutes, then check whether the reading
on the pressure reducer pressure gauges has dropped
below the set value.
3 - Check there are no leaks of water, CO2 or syrup in
the system.
4 - If no leaks are found, open the CO2 cylinder valve
and put the top panel back on the machine.
B
4.8
BR0092
Adjusting the dispensing valves
This operation must only be carried out by specialised technical personnel authorised by the system owner.
Make the adjustment when the ice bank is already in the tank. To adjust the ratio of water-syrup supplied
to the valves, remember to respect the indications provided by the syrup manufacturer.
1 - Remove the cover from the valve.
2 - Turn on the water tap on the valve or intervene on the adjuster screws and turn off the syrup tap on all
the valves.
3 - Work on the first valve, dispensing a few glasses of water only.
If sparkling water is present, work on the ring vent valve (located on the carbonator) to eliminate any air. In
this way, the carbonator is full of sparkling water and is ready to use.
4 - First of all, adjust the flow of sparkling water with the syrup tap turned off.
Adjust the maximum amount of product needed for dispensing in a specific space of time.
For example: if the required ratio is 5:1, the water flow must be 5 times greater than the syrup flow.
If the required drink flow is 84g/s (3oz/s), the water flow will be 70g/s (2.5oz/s) while the syrup flow
will be 14g/s (0.5oz/s), because 70 is 5 times 14.
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Flow levels based on a ratio of 5:1
Drink g/s (oz/s)
Water g/s (oz/s)
Syrup g/s (oz/s)
42g/s (1.5oz/s)
35g/s (1.25oz/s)
7g/s (0.25oz/s)
56g/s (2oz/s)
47g/s (1.67oz/s)
9.4g/s (0.33oz/s)
70g/s (2.5oz/s)
60g/s (2.08oz/s)
12g/s (0.42oz/s)
85g/s (3oz/s)
70g/s (2.5oz/s)
14g/s (0.5oz/s)
99g/s (3.5oz/s)
83g/s (2.92oz/s)
16.5g/s (0.58oz/s)
113g/s (4oz/s)
95g/s (3.33oz/s)
19g/s (0.67oz/s)
128g/s (4.5oz/s)
42g/s (3.75oz/s)
21g/s (0.75oz/s)
5 - Once you have adjusted the water flow to the required pressure, turn on the syrup tap and adjust the
syrup flow using the special double scaled glass and the water-syrup separator, affixed directly on the valve
(specific for each type of valve and water-syrup ratio).
• Check the quantity of liquids dispensed, using the product specifications as a reference.
The glasses must fill up simultaneously, reaching the same level. If this does not happen, intervene on
the taps or adjuster screws to increase/reduce the syrup flow.
• An alternative method involves checking with the aid of a tool known as a refractometer. This has a scale
giving a reading that must be compared with the specifications provided by the syrup manufacturer.
6 - After adjusting the water-syrup ratio, remove the separator and close the valve cover.
7 - Do the same for the other valves.
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SYRUP TAP
SYRUP ADJUSTER
SCREW
WATER FLOW
REGULATOR
WATER TAP
SYRUP FLOW
REGULATOR
WATER ADJUSTER
SCREW
REFRACTOMETER
MIXER
SPOUT
Clockwise to increase
LIQUIDS
SEPARATOR
Anticlockwise to reduce
BR0420
After making all the connections and adjustments, you must sanitise the syrup lines (chapter ”6.8” pag. 49).
4.9
First start-up
When you are ready to use the machine for the first time, we recommend you sanitise the system (see 6.8
“Sanitisation”) and dispense a few litres of water before using the dispenser.
This is essential to flush out the internal circuits and ensure that the appliance has been prepared correctly.
At first start-up only, it will take about 2 hours (after the machine is connected to the electricity supply) in
order to obtain water with just the right sparkle and at the chosen temperature.
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Using the machine
Brave 30 ES- Brave 60 ES - Brave 90 ES
5 - Using the machine
5.1
Start-up
1 - After checking that all the connections and
adjustments are correct, connect the machine to the
electricity supply by inserting the plug in the nearest
suitable socket.
2-
Press the I/0 switch onto I (A).
3 - Wait the length of time needed for the ice bank to
form (about 3 hours), and for the cooling unit to get up
to its optimum working speed.
At this point, you can dispense water or drinks.
A
BR0200
5.2
Stopping the machine
REGULAR STOPS
If the machine is to be left unused for a medium-long period, disconnect the plug from the electricity mains.
Disconnect the machine from electricity sources and protect from heat and bad weather. Cover it so that
dust and/or splashes of any kind cannot damage it.
Turn off the water supply and the valve of the CO2 cylinder.
Remove the syrup containers connections, and wash them.
If the machine needs to be shipped, stored or moved, the circuit must be sanitised (see 6.8
- "Sanitising the dispenser").
All the water must be removed; very low temperatures might freeze any residues of sanitiser
solution or water, which are hazardous since they may damage internal components.
If the machine is out of order due to a fault or maintenance, or for any other reason, you are advised to inform
everyone of this fact by affixing a sign.
Make sure the syrup tanks respect the conditions indicated by their suppliers, so the specific characteristics
of the product stored inside are not jeopardised (check the conditions for proper conservation, and the expiry
dates on the products).
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Maintenance
6 - Maintenance
This section contains the complete list of requisites and procedures relating to the maintenance of this
appliance. Proper maintenance requires daily checks and inspections by the operative and/or staff trained in
routine maintenance, and regular procedures including cleaning, adjustment and replacement operations
carried out by authorised skilled technical staff.
When replacing components, use only genuine CELLI spare parts.
If you cannot understand the information or procedures in this section of the manual, contact
CELLI S.p.A. for explanations before proceeding.
If machine maintenance is carried out in such a way as to breach the instructions supplied,
using non-genuine parts or without the written authorisation of the manufacturer, or in any
way such as to damage the appliance or modify its characteristics, CELLI S.p.A. will consider
itself relieved of any responsibility for people's safety or machine malfunctioning.
Any unauthorised modification invalidates the contractual warranty.
Do not carry out any procedure, modification or repair of any kind, except for those described in this manual.
DANGER
ELECTRICITY SUPPLY
Always disconnect the machine from the electricity supply before doing any work on it, to prevent
damage and health hazards.
6.1
Routine maintenance
To always ensure good machine operation, a number of maintenance procedures (described below) are
required.
DAILY MAINTENANCE
1-
line check
check that the tubes of the water, CO2 and drain lines are not obstructed or crushed.
2-
CO2 supply and pressure check
check that the CO2 sources are full and in good working order, and that the set pressure values are correct
(see 4.6 - "Adjusting the carbon dioxide (CO2) supply").
3-
syrup expiry date check
check the conditions for proper conservation, and the expiry dates on the products.
Do not clean the machine with water jets which might reach electrical parts.
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Table of procedures
The table below details the maintenance procedures required at the stated intervals.
These periods refer to normal conditions of use.
Maintenance Check Table
once a year
every 6 months
every 3 months
Needed
at end of day
Cleaning
Sanitisation
Component
Replacement
Inspection
Operation required
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Syrup tanks
(chapter ”6.3” pag. 46)
as necessary
CO2 cylinder (chapter ”6.4” pag. 46)
as necessary
manufacturer's
recommendations
Water filter (chapter ”6.5” pag. 47)
Cleaning spout and post-mix valve diffuser
(chapter ”6.6” pag. 47)
Condenser (chapter ”6.7” pag. 48)
Dispenser (chapter ”6.8” pag. 49)
Liquid check valve (chapter ”6.9” pag. 51)
Syrup connections (chapter ”6.10” pag. 51)
as necessary
Tank water (chapter ”6.11” pag. 51)
as necessary
Check for leaks
EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE
Specialised CELLI technician
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6.3
Replacing the syrup tank
When the syrup runs out, replace the tank (steel keg or bag-in-box).
To replace it, proceed as follows:
6.3.1 Replacing a steel keg
CAUTION
SYRUP CONTAINED IN PRESSURISED KEGS
To avoid any harm to people or damage to property, do not remove the cover from the syrup
keg until you have discharged the CO2 pressure inside.
1 - Remove the empty steel keg by first detaching the
syrup tube (A) (black), then the CO2 tube (B) (grey).
2 - Rinse the connections in hot water to remove all the
syrup residue.
3 - Position a full steel keg, and connect first the CO2 tube
then the syrup tube.
B
A
BR0230
6.3.2 Replacing a BAG-IN-BOX
1 - Disconnect the syrup tube and remove the empty bag-in-box.
2 - Rinse the connections in hot water to remove all the syrup residue.
3 - Install a full bag-in-box and reconnect the syrup tube.
6.4
Replacing the carbon dioxide cylinder (CO2)
When the needle of the reducer high pressure gauge is in the red segment, the cylinder needs replacing.
1-
Note down the pressure values set on the pressure reducer, then fully close the cylinder using its valve.
2 - Remove the pressure reducer (or disconnect the high pressure tube from the cylinder, if fitted). Check
the condition of the gaskets between the reducer and the cylinder, replacing them if necessary.
3 - Replace the CO2 cylinder, slowly open the valve to the fully open position, and check that the pressure
values are as originally set.
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Replacing the water filter
For the times and procedures for changing the water filter cartridge, follow the instructions provided by the
filter manufacturer.
After fitting or replacing the filter, allow the water to flow from the drain tap (just after the
filter) until the water leaving the appliance is free from all cloudiness or sediment. The
machine must not be supplied with filtered water until this has been done.
6.6
Cleaning the spout and post-mix valve diffuser
Remove the spout (B) and mixer (C) from the dispensing
valves, and immerse them in a sanitising solution; wash
them well, then rinse thoroughly with warm drinking
water before reassembling them on the valves.
C
B
BR0350
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6.7
Maintenance
Cleaning the condenser
The build-up of dust and grease on the cooling condenser may cause overheating, and this in turn could
damage the compressor beyond repair.
The condenser must always be cleaned when necessary.
1-
Disconnect the machine from the electricity supply.
2-
Remove the upper and front panels.
3 - Use a soft brush, a vacuum cleaner or low-pressure
compressed air to clean the condenser fins.
4 - Remove any dust from the cooling and electrical
components.
5-
Refit the upper panel.
6-
Reconnect the machine to the electricity supply.
BR0071
Do not use high pressures, as they may bend the condenser fins.
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Brave 30 ES- Brave 60 ES - Brave 90 ES
Sanitising the dispenser
CAUTION
SANITISATION
Before proceeding with sanitisation, carefully read the instructions provided by the manufacturer
of the sanitisation product and make sure that all personal protection equipment (gloves, masks,
etc.) is worn. Ensure that the premises are well ventilated.
The sanitisation of the product lines must only be carried out by skilled technical service staff.
The dispenser should be sanitised completely every 6 months; contact the retailer or an
Authorised Service Centre for this purpose.
Sanitisation is also required after long periods of non-use.
At the first start-up, and after short periods of non-use, you are advised to dispense a few litres of water
before using the machine.
You must use a suitable product (that not only cleans but is also anti-bacterial), mixing it with water in the
proportions recommended by the manufacturer.
Never exceed the contact times and maximum dosage concentrations recommended by the manufacturer.
After the cleaning liquid has passed through the lines, you must rinse very well with clean water until every
trace of the sanitising agent is completely eliminated.
Check the pH of the output water is the same as that of the input water (use litmus paper or a pH meter).
The procedures to follow will differ according to whether the syrup is contained in a steel keg or in a bag-inbox.
LINES WITH STEEL KEGS
1 - Remove the cover from the dispensing valves, and turn off the water taps.
2 - Disconnect the connector (black) from the syrup container, and rinse it in clean hot water.
3 - Run clean water through the connector, at the same pressure level as for the syrup.
4 - Intervene on the lever of the dispensing valve that corresponds to the line you want to sanitise; dispense
until only water comes out of the valve.
5 - Run sanitising solution through the connector, at the same pressure level as for the syrup.
6 - Be sure to respect the concentration levels and contact time recommended by the sanitising agent
manufacturer.
7 - Dispense from the valve until the sanitising solution begins to come out; you will recognise it by its
chlorine smell or, in some cases, by its colour.
8 - Once the contact time has elapsed, thoroughly rinse the line with clean water (see points 3 - 4 of this
procedure). Check the pH of the output water is the same as that of the input water (use litmus paper or a
pH meter).
9 - Reconnect the connector to the syrup container, and intervene on the dispensing valve until only syrup
comes out of it.
10 - Turn on the water tap on the dispensing valve again, and replace the cover.
11 - Check the soda-syrup ratio of the valve (see 4.8 - “Adjusting the dispensing valves”).
12 - Repeat these operations for all the syrup lines.
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LINES WITH A BAG-IN-BOX (BIB)
1 - Remove the cover from the dispensing valves, and turn off the water taps.
2 - Disconnect the connector from the syrup container, and rinse it in clean hot water.
3 - You will need to acquire an adapter (for example, recovering one from an old BIB), to be connected to
the suction line in place of the BIB in order to keep the connector permanently open.
4 - Stop the supply of CO2 or compressed air to the pneumatic pumps.
5 - Intervene on the lever of the dispensing valve that corresponds to the line you want to sanitise; discharge
the residual pressure from the syrup line.
6 - Insert the suction tube (with the coupled connector) in a bucket containing clean warm water only.
7 - Power the pneumatic pumps with a pressure of approximately 1.4 bar (21 psi - 0,14 MPa), so that water
flows through the syrup line and inside the pumps themselves, removing any encrustations and every trace
of syrup from the line.
8 - Dispense from the valve until warm water begins to come out; dispense about 5 litres (1.3 US gal).
9 - Replace the warm water with the sanitising solution, using a bucket. Dispense about 3 litres (0.8 US gal)
intermittently, then stop the dispensing and wait for the residual contact time (as indicated on the technical
sheet of the sanitising agent used) to elapse.
10 - Stop the pressure to the pneumatic pump again, and dispense from the valves to eliminate the residual
pressure in the line. Rinse the line with clean warm water (from a bucket), then power the pneumatic pump.
11 - Dispense about 5 litres (1.3 US gal) of warm water from the valves, to rinse away all the sanitising liquid
still present in the line. Check the pH of the output water is the same as that of the input water (use litmus
paper or a pH meter).
12 - Disconnect the suction tube adapter and connect a syrup BIB. Restore the pneumatic pump supply
pressure to its usual set value (see 4.6 - "Adjusting the carbon dioxide (CO2) supply"), then dispense syrup
from the taps until all the water has been totally eliminated.
13 - Reconnect the connector to the syrup container, and intervene on the dispensing valve until syrup
begins to come out.
14 - Turn on the water tap on the dispensing valve again, and replace the cover.
15 - Check the soda-syrup ratio of the valve (see 4.8 - “Adjusting the dispensing valves”).
Repeat these operations for all the syrup lines.
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Cleaning and checking the liquid check valve
CAUTION
LIQUID CHECK VALVE
The carbonator liquid check valve should be inspected after any water supply system failure
(plumbing work, earthquakes, etc.), and at least once a year in normal conditions. If particles
are trapped in the control valve, the CO2 might flow back into the water supply system.
1-
Disconnect the machine from the electricity supply.
2-
Remove the upper panel.
3-
Shut off the water and CO2 supplies.
4 - Disconnect the water coil from the liquid check
valve.
5-
A
Remove the liquid check valve (A).
6 - Clean and check the O-rings and every single part,
and in particular check there is no damage to the surface
of the ball. Replace any damaged parts.
7 - Reassemble the liquid check valve (A), taking care
to put it back in its original position.
8-
Turn on the water and CO2 supplies.
9-
Refit the upper panel.
BR0270
10 - Reconnect the machine to the electricity supply.
6.10
Cleaning the syrup connectors
1 - Remove the syrup connectors.
2 - Immerse them in a mixture of warm water and sanitising solution, then rinse them well.
3 - Reassemble the syrup connectors.
6.11
Replacing the water in the tank
1 - Disconnect the machine from the electricity supply.
2 - Remove the upper cover.
3 - Wait until the ice bank has fully melted.
4 - Draw the water out of the tank, emptying it completely.
5 - Remove any residues from the inner tank components (do not use pointed or sharp tools to do this).
6 - Fill the tank with clean water, to about 2cm (1 inch) below the overflow hole.
7 - Refit the upper cover.
8 - Reconnect the machine to the electricity supply.
If the machine is to be left unused for a long time, always empty the tank.
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6.12
Maintenance
Extraordinary maintenance
Extraordinary maintenance procedures are those performed in response to failures or malfunctions; they
may involve the replacement of certain components by authorised, skilled technical staff.
All extraordinary maintenance interventions must be carried out by CELLI-authorised technical personnel.
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7 - Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
Power supply failure
Check that power is present.
If the power is OK, call an authorised
technician.
Thermostat failure
Call an authorised technician
Refrigerant gas leak
Call an authorised technician
Thermostat failure
Call an authorised technician
Water supply failure
Check that water is reaching the
appliance
Main water tap turned off
Turn on the water tap
Water supply connection tube crushed
or obstructed
Inspect the path of the tube
No electricity supply
Check the plug is well inserted
CO2 cylinder has run out
Replace the CO2 cylinder
Electronic control unit malfunction
Call an authorised technician
Pump failure
Call an authorised technician
CO2 cylinder shut off
Open the CO2 cylinder valve
The ice bank has run out
Wait until the ice bank has fully
reformed
The water entering the machine is too
hot
Check the incoming water temperature
is lower than 32°C
Soda recirculation pump malfunction
Call an authorised technician
Inadequate insulation on the python
Call an authorised technician
The syrups have run out
Replace the syrup tanks with new ones
The syrup lines are obstructed
Sanitise the syrup lines, as indicated in
the relevant paragraph
No CO2
Replace the CO2 cylinder
The dispenser does not start up
The cooling unit operates
continually, and the water
delivered is warm
The cooling unit operates
continually, and the water freezes
Noisy water pump
The dispenser does not deliver
water
The dispenser does not deliver
sparkling water
The dispensed product is not cold
enough
Only water is dispensed
REMEDIES
FOR ANY OTHER PROBLEMS NOT COVERED HERE,
CONTACT THE SERVICE CENTRE
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Additional instructions
8 - Additional instructions
8.1
Waste disposal
CELLI S.p.A. urges users to comply with environmentally friendly waste storage and disposal practices. Do
not discharge liquids into the ground, into sewers or into tanks. Collect liquids in suitable containers then
store and/or dispose of the waste using approved, safe procedures. Check and comply with all government
and/or local waste storage, disposal and recycling regulations.
Information for correct disposal of the product in accordance with European Directive
2002/96/EC:
The symbol of the waste bin with a line through it, which appears on the appliance and the packaging,
indicates that the product must be disposed of separately from other waste at the end of its working life.
The separate disposal of this appliance at the end of its lifetime is organised and managed by the
manufacturer. Any user wishing to dispose of this appliance must contact the manufacturer and follow the
system it has established for the separate disposal of the appliance at the end of its life.
Appropriate separate disposal, allowing the scrapped appliance to be recycled, treated and disposed of in an
environmentally friendly manner, helps to prevent any harmful effects for the environment and health and
helps to ensure the recycling of the appliance's component materials.
The illegal disposal by the owner will lead to prosecution under the relevant legislation.
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9 - Annexes
9.1 BRAVE 30-60 ES electrical diagram
Version with still water and special pump
30 -
30 -
BR0390
The electrical diagram can also be found on the inner part of the insulating tank cover. Refer to that diagram
if there are any differences compared with the one above.
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9.2 BRAVE 30-60 ES electrical diagram
Version with still water
BR0381
The electrical diagram can also be found on the inner part of the insulating tank cover. Refer to that diagram
if there are any differences compared with the one above.
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9.3 BRAVE 30-60 ES electrical diagram
Version with still water and telemetry
BR0430
The electrical diagram can also be found on the inner part of the insulating tank cover. Refer to that diagram
if there are any differences compared with the one above.
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9.4 BRAVE 90 ES electrical diagram
Version with still water, pressure switch and solenoid valve
BR0380
The electrical diagram can also be found on the inner part of the insulating tank cover. Refer to that diagram
if there are any differences compared with the one above.
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9.5 BRAVE 90 ES electrical diagram
Version with still water and telemetry
BR0440
The electrical diagram can also be found on the inner part of the insulating tank cover. Refer to that diagram
if there are any differences compared with the one above.
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9.6 BRAVE ES hydraulic diagram
Version with special still water pump
BR0400
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9.7 BRAVE ES hydraulic diagram
Version with still water kit, pressure switch and solenoid valve
BR0410
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9.8 BRAVE 30 - 60 ES hydraulic diagram
Version with still water and telemetry
BR0402
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9.9 BRAVE 90 ES hydraulic diagram
Version with still water/carbonator
BR0402
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Celli S.p.A.
Via Casino Albini, 605
47842 - S. Giovanni in Marignano - Rimini - Italy
Tel. +39 0541 755211 - Fax +39 0541 759735
www.celli.com - celli@celli.com
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO MODIFY OUR PRODUCTS IN ANY WAY WE CONSIDER USEFUL, WITHOUT PREWARNING
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