Manual Enoliving

Manual Enoliving
Enoliving room temperature
User’s Manual
Translation of the original instructions
UM.40_2013 Rev. 01 – July 2013
Enomatic srl
Via di Meleto,1/19
I-50027 Greve in Chianti – Firenze - Italy
Tel. +39 055 8547272 – Fax. +39 055 8547807
www.enomatic.it
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WARNING
Should warranty terms be applied, please return the product,
included original packing, all accessories and documentation
(i.e. user’s manual).
ATTENZIONE
Nei casi in cui l'applicazione della garanzia preveda la
restituzione del prodotto, il bene dovrà essere restituito dal
cliente nella confezione originale, completa di tutte le sue parti
(compresi imballo, eventuale documentazione ed accessori:
manuale di istruzioni )
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INDEX
WARNING.................................................................................................... 2
ATTENZIONE .............................................................................................. 2
1. Warnings ............................................................................................. 4
2. Introduction ....................................................................................... 6
3. Model Identification........................................................................ 6
4. Transportation and storage ......................................................... 8
5. Unpack ................................................................................................. 8
6. Installation ......................................................................................... 9
6.1
Parts of the Enomatic Wine Serving System .......................................................... 10
6.2
Electrical supply .................................................................................................................. 10
6.3
Gas connection.................................................................................................................... 11
7. Operating instructions ................................................................. 14
7.1
Inserting the Bottle Tube ................................................................................................ 14
7.2
Loading the bottle .............................................................................................................. 15
8. Change bottles ............................................................................... 17
8.1
Volumes ................................................................................................................................. 18
9. Troubleshooting ............................................................................. 19
10. Maintenance and Cleaning ......................................................... 20
10.1 Daily Maintenance ............................................................................................................. 20
10.2 Bottle tube and Tap cleaning ........................................................................................ 20
10.3 Extraordinary maintenance ............................................................................................ 21
11. Technical Characteristics ............................................................ 22
11.1 Equipment Not included .................................................................................................. 22
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR THE USER............................................... 23
DICHIARAZIONE CE DI CONFORMITA’ .......................................... 24
STATEMENT OF WARRANTY ............................................................... 26
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1.
Warnings
Before operating the Enomatic Wine Serving System,
carefully read the instructions contained in this Operating
Manual and all other documentation you received.
1. During operation it is essential to pay attention to
these safety requirements to
avoid the risk of fire,
electric shocks or other incidents.
2. Do not immerse the electrical cord, plugs or the
Enomatic model in water or any other liquid.
3. This appliance can be used and cleaned by children
aged from 8 years and above and persons with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack
of experience and knowledge if they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards
involved. Children should be supervised to ensure that
they do not play with the appliance.
4. Children shall not play with the appliance.
5. Always unplug the Enomatic model from the electrical
socket before carrying out extraordinary maintenance
operations.
6. In case of appliance moving, don’t lift it up or move it
with bottles engaged.
7. Check the electrical components before using the
appliance- in case of any damage please call Enomatic
8. Do not use electrical appliances inside the food storage
compartments
unless
recommended
by
the
manufacturer.
9. For any repairs contact only Service Centres
authorised by the manufacturer or supplier and insist
to get only original spare parts. Failure to comply with
the above may harm persons, damage property and
will invalidate the Warranty.
10. Do not operate the Enomatic Wine Serving System
outdoors.
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11. Avoid the electrical cord hanging down the supporting
surface (table, counter, etc.) and from coming into
contact with hot surfaces. Do not place the Enomatic
model on top of its electrical cord. Never connect a
damaged cord, but ask your local distributor for a
spare part. Use original spare parts only.
12. Keep the Enomatic Wine Serving System far away
from heat sources.
13. Avoid that the electrical cord remains dangling or in
contact with heat sources. Avoid the appliance
positioning on its own electrical cord.
14. Before plugging the Enomatic model into the electrical
socket, check that the main switch “General” is set to
“0” (off) mode.
15. Before supplying the Enomatic model, check the
voltage indicated on the Data Label, it has to
correspond to your country’s standard voltage supply
value. You may require an adapter to plug the cable
into your electrical socket.
16. Do not clean with corrosive detergents or scraping
tools. Use only a soft and non-abrasive damp cloth.
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2.
Introduction
This Operating Manual is an integral part of the Enomatic Wine
Serving System, therefore we recommend you to keep it
available for future references.
Before proceeding to install and operate your Enomatic Wine Serving System, please
read carefully the instructions contained in this Operating Manual. They provide
important information on safety during installation, duty and maintenance.
The manufacturer will not be liable in any way for any damage that may be caused
by unsuitable or unreasonable use and incorrect interpretation of the safety rules
and installation instructions.
3.
Model Identification
Every Enomatic model is identified with a unique serial number printed on a Data
Label.
There is one Data Labels on the machine: is placed on the rear panel.
The Data Label is the only means of identification authorised by the manufacturer
and it contains all the data needed by the manufacturer to provide prompt and clear
information concerning any technical aspects and to facilitate the replacement of
parts.
AVOID DAMAGE OR REMOVAL OF THE DATA LABEL
Example :
Product code and description
Production week
Serial number
RAEE
Power tension
Power consumption
Frequency
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Electrical warning
Read the user manual
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Example of a label for US and Canada market.
Example of a label for Mexican market.
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4.
Transportation and storage
Because of the weight and size of the Enomatic models be
careful for transportation.
To avoid damages on the Enomatic model, it is necessary to take big care during
loading and unloading operations. It is necessary to lift according to the symbol
found on the cardboard package. It is important that the Enomatic models are not
placed on top of each other and that the right vertical position (indicated by arrows
on the package) is maintained at all times. Avoid shaking or turning the Enomatic
models upside down.
Place Enomatic dispensers in dry environment with external temperature between
10°C and 32°C, and with external humidity not more than 60% .
5.
Unpack
When you removed the packaging, check that the Enomatic model has not been
damaged during transport. If you have any doubts, do not operate the Enomatic
model and quickly contact your Enomatic distributor in order to define a supervising
visit. Please make sure that following items are included in the delivery:
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1 x system enoliving,
1 x User Manual;
3 x Plastic straws (image 1);
1 x drop rubber carpet (image 2);
1 x tap seals kit;
2 x bottle coasters (image 3);
1 x eventual foodgrade Argon canister E938 (image nr. 4).
Image 1
Image 2
Image 3
Image 4
Never leave the packaging contents (plastic bags, foamed
polystyrene, nails, etc.) within the reach of children, since they
are a source of potential danger. Please be eco-friendly and
recycle the packaging components.
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6.
Installation
For an optimum installation, a technical inspection is needed where the installation
will be performed, in order to establish the correct positioning, ensure there is an
earthed electrical socket which complies with the regulations.
1. After unpacking your Enomatic Wine Serving System, place it on a solid and fireextinguisher desk or holder, between 800 and 1300mm (31”-51”)from floor.
2. Verify the stability of the dispenser after placing it on the desk.
3. Tight the argon canister E398 (see section 6.3).
4. Connect the electrical cord to the net and turn the machine on.
5. From now on Your Enomatic wine Serving System is ready for bottles
engagements. Enjoy your wines!
Above-mentioned operations must be run after User manual
reading.
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6.1 Parts of the Enomatic Wine Serving System
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
6.2
Nr. 2 pouring buttons
Nr. 2 pouring spout
Nr. 2 transfers for pneumatic pistons
Nr. 1 drop rubber carpet
Nr. 2 lateral panels in Baydur
Stainless steel parts
Panel for canister housing
Main switch
Electrical cord outlet
Electrical supply
The enoliving élite operates at from 100 to 240V (50-60HZ) depending upon the
country. Exception for the dispenser dedicated to the USA and Canada markets:
it can be powered only to 115V (see technical characteristics on section 11).
Before connecting these models to the electrical sockets, check the voltage
detailed on the Data Label on the back panel.
The enoliving has one (1) switch located on the back. For the switch “O” is OFF
and “─ or |“ is ON.
The Enomatic models must be connected to a supply system equipped
with an effective earth connection in accordance with the rules and
provisions prescribed by law.
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6.3
Gas connection
Enoliving needs foodgrade Argon (E938). Canister housing is placed in the rear
part of the dispenser – see picture below.
Ascertain that the main switch would be positioned on 0 (OFF) and disconnect
the electrical cord from the socket. Argon canister E938 has to be screwed
manually in the special thread, placed in the higher part of the cabinet, until the
complete screwing – before the complete screwing a gas venting will occur, keep
screwing (see technical drawing below related to the canister insertion and
replacement). We suggest, in case of dispenser moving (due to failure or other
reasons), to remove the canister, even if it is not empty, following the sections 3
– 4.
1 – open the back panel, by pressing on the
upper part of the panel itself (see picture above). On the upper side there are
two magnets, pull the panel towards yourself when is partially open and remove
it completely.
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canister will be screwed.
2 – Check the threaded hole (1) where the gas
3 – Insert the canister joint in the special hole
threaded and start to turn the canister itself, keeping it from the lower part,
clockwise (as showed in image above). Turn the canister till the complete
screwing; before the complete operation a gas vent will occur, keep on screwing.
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4 – for the canister replacement unscrew the cylinder
itself anticlockwise and remove it (see image above). Please consider that in case
of empty canister a residual of gas could remain inside and a gas vent could
occur. Repeat sections 1 – 2 – 3 for the new canister placing. Before the canister
will completely finish, the bottles led start to blink (see image below related to
the bottles led); it will be possible to pour some other supplies before the
complete emptying.
BOTTLES LED
Use certified FOODGRADE Argon E938.
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7.
Operating instructions
Plug the electrical cord to the socket. Turn on the dispenser selecting ON the
main switch (1).
1
7.1
Inserting the Bottle Tube
Insert the Bottle Tube into the centre of each Tap by pushing it firmly to create a
secure fit.(see images below).
The Bottle Tube has a filter to prevent sediment from red wines entering the Tap
valve.
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7.2
Loading the bottle
1 – Press the cylinder downwards until it is blocked.
2 – Before bottle positioning, place the curvy plastic
coaster on the cylinders. We suggest to place the curvy coaster in case of bottle with
curvy bottom. (in case of flat bottom we suggest to remove the coaster).
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3 – place the bottle on the cylinder paying
attention that the coaster is matching with the bottom of the bottle itself. (same
attention must be paid in case of bottle with flat bottom, by removing the coaster)
4 – Once the bottle is placed on the cylinder, push it
downwards, exerting pressure using your hands on the neck bottle base (see the arrow
on the image above), in order to unlock the piston; the piston and the bottle will rise
up.
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neck, it has to be placed properly on the tap seal.
7.3
5 – Pay attention to the bottle
Wine priming
After a new bottle inserting, is suggested to pour a small quantity of wine in
order to remove the oxygen inside the bottle itself. Perform this operation in case of
bottle opened since few hours, out of the dispenser, as well. In case the dispenser
would be set in “free pouring”, press the pouring button for the time needed to pour a
small quantity of wine; in case the dispenser would be in pre-set volume, press the
pouring button, the wine will start to come out to supply the pre-set quantity, press
again the button in order to terminate the pouring (the second pressing in order to
pour the smallest quantity of wine possible). See section 8.1 related settings of the
dispensers in free pouring or pre-set volume.
In order to obtain best wine conditions, environment
temperature range must be within 10°C and 32°C (50°F–89°F),
and environment relative humidity between 5% and 70%.
Please note following chart for a complete resume.
8.
Change bottles
Always keep your hands away from lifter motion area in order
to avoid risk of injuries.
This function is to remove an empty bottle or to engage a new one; by pressing
the bottle downwards the lifter will be blocked allowing the bottle replacement.
(for the bottle engagement see section 7.2)
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8.1 Volumes
This function is to configure the dispensing quantities will be later on poured. The
dispenser by default is set in “free pouring”; with free pouring set, the wine will be
supplied at the button pushing until the button itself will be released. To set a
specific volume see the following instructions:
- insert the plastic straw and the bottle in the
dispenser.(see sections 7.1 and 7.2)
-switch off the dispenser with the bottle
engaged. (main switch in position 0 – OFF)
- while the dispenser is OFF press and keep
pressed a pouring button.
- while you are keeping pressed the button
switch on the dispenser. (main switch in
position I – ON)
- the button led, after a while, will turn off,
release the button, the button led will start to
blink.
- while the buttons LEDs are blinking place a glass or a graduated cylinder under
the serving spout, press the button again, the dispenser will start to supply; when
the desired volume is reached release the button. During the programming mode
the button can be pressed several times in order to adjust the volume. ( is
suggested the use of a graduated cylinder to verify the exact volume supplied –
see picture aside).
Important: the minimum settable volume is determined
by the minimum pressing time of the button (1”). Hence,
to set the volume is necessary to press the button for, at
least, one second, otherwise the dispenser still remains
on “free pouring”. (afterwards the first push of the
button for, at least, one second, it will be possible to
press the button itself, to adjust the volume, even for
less than one second).
-once the volume is set the LED of the button will stop the
blinking, saving the value in both positions. (the set volume
will be the same for both positions).
While one position of the dispenser is pouring wine, is not
possible to pour in the other one; it is necessary to wait the
blinking end of the button related to the position that is
pouring wine, to eventually start to pour wine in the other
position.
To return to the “free pouring”, switch off the dispenser and then switch on again
keeping pressed the pouring button;, stop pressing the button and wait until the
blinking finishes. The dispenser will return in “free pouring” automatically.
When the setting is completed, the dispenser will blink in different ways due to the
chosen function:
1. Nr.3 blinks for programmed volume.
2. Nr.1 blinks for “free pouring”.
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9.
Troubleshooting
This guide is to provide a quick support in case of faulty behaviors.
There is a leak of gas

The bottle is not properly
engaged.




One or both too short
bottles were engaged and
the sealing non the tap is
not correct.

Canister tight is missing.


Power failure.
Switch is off
Bottle engagement
indicator (s) is (are)
off.

Puring is not fluent.

The dispenser doesn’t
switch on.


Wine drops falling
from the spouts.

Wine bubbles in the
glass while pouring.



Check all the bottles trying to
hear a whistle coming from the
necks or wet your finger and
surround them.
Check both the bottles are
pushed upwards and tight
against the seals.
Install cylindrical adapter
between bottle and piston (the
bottle is too short).

Check the canister tigthening.
Plug the dispenser to a power
supply.
Turn on the switch
Bottle is missing.

Engage the bottle.
Internal straw is not
properly inserted.
The filter at the bottom of
the internal straw is stuck
(especially with sediment
or aged wines).
Tank is almost empty or
pressure is not enough.
Some wine sediments or
cork pieces are blocking
the tap.
Wine is falling on the
bottom of the glass.

Remove the bottle and fix it
properly.
Remove the bottle and clean
the filter.


Change the canister.

Pour citric acid solution to
remove all the sediments.

Lean the glass towards the
spout.
In case the problems remain, please contact your local enomatic dealer. Full
list is available on www.enomatic.it
For repairs and maintenance, in case of faults or faulty
operations, call only an authorised after-sales service centre,
or contact your local Distributor.
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10. Maintenance and Cleaning
A frequent and severe dispensing tap cleaning is necessary to
maintain your Enomatic Wine Serving System in full
performances and to grant wine flavours preservation.
10.1 Daily Maintenance
On a daily basis:
- clean the Serving Spout by immersing it in water and then rinse thoroughly.
- clean the bodywork with a non-abrasive cloth.
- drain or dry any eventual moisture from bottle chamber walls.
Consider that the dispenser is made from three different materials (see sections
6.1):
 STAINLESS STEEL – clean it with a soft and non-abrasive cloth and using
special products for steel.
 BAYDUR – clean it with a soft and non-abrasive cloth and using special
products.
 RUBBER CARPET – wash it in dishwasher or with water and detergent by
using a toothbrush or a little sponge in order to remove the wine
sediments inside the slots.
10.2 Bottle tube and Tap cleaning
Dispensing taps and internal straws must be cleaned EVERY 10 POURED
BOTTLES PER DISPENSING POSITION (please note the chart available at the end
of this manual to be ticked at any bottle engagement for tracking). An ideal time
to clean the entire Bottle Tube and Tap is when a bottle is being changed; act as
follow:
 replacing the wine with a bottle containing diluted citric acid (E330) (3-4
teaspoons each 750 ml of water, ca. 15-20 grams of product);
 run some citric acid cleaning solution pours , wait some minutes and
repeat the supply (serve approximately 300mls each time). Wait a few
more minutes and remove the bottle containing the cleaning solution;
 insert a bottle of clean water and “flush” the Bottle Tube and Tap with the
water (serve approximately 200mls);
 insert a bottle without internal straw and perform some supplies in order
to remove completely the water from the tap.
 Replace the bottle with a new bottle of wine to be served.
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10.3 Extraordinary maintenance
An extraordinary maintenance must be run every six months in order to ensure
perfect cleaning on the ducts and to avoid wine sediments all over them. Change
the wine bottle with one containing chlorine based cleaner – non smelling
(diluted in clean water in accordance with the manufacturer instructions; for
example 2% of chlorine in 750ml of water);
 supply a few serves of the chlorine based cleaning solution, wait 10
minutes and repeat the supply (serve approximately 100mls). Wait 5
minutes and remove the bottle containing the cleaning solution;
 replace the bottle with a bottle containing diluted citric acid (10 grams of
citric acid added to a wine bottle of clean water) and serve approximately
150mls;
 install a bottle of clean water and “flush” the Bottle Tube and Tap with the
water (serve approximately 200mls);
 insert a bottle without internal straw and perform some supplies in order
to remove completely the water from the tap.
Replace the water with a new bottle of the wine to be served and supply.
Execute an intense cleaning before leaving your Enomatic Wine
Serving System not operative for longer than three days.
Please note that dispensing sweet or particularly aged wines
may result into severe wine-deposit inside the ducts. Intensify
cleaning through citric acid solutions in case.
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11. Technical Characteristics
Model
Height
Size (mm) Width
Depth
Weight (kg)
Voltage(V)
Frequency
Electrical (Hz)
parameters Watts (W)
Fuses (A)
Acoustic noise
Max cylinder pressure
(Bar)
Enoliving
TA
584
243
275
15
100-240
50-60
Enoliving USA
TA
584
243
275
15
115
60
25W
---
25W
---
<70dB(A)
<70dB(A)
110bar
110bar
11.1 Equipment Not included
1 – Foodgrade Argon canister E938 (maximum height
30cm – joint M11x1)
2 – Adapter for short bottles (place it on the existing
transfer)
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3 – joint for the connection of the dispenser to an external
cylinder. (cylinder can be Argon or Nitrogen without
distinction)
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR THE USER
As prescribed by Art.13 D.L #151, July 25th 2005:
“Attuazione delle Direttive 2002/95/CE, 2002/96/CE e 2003/108/CE, relative
alla riduzione dell’uso di sostanze pericolose nelle apparecchiature elettriche
ed elettroniche, nonché allo smaltimento dei rifiuti”
“In respect of 2002/95/EC, 2002/96/EC and 2003/108/EC, about the reduction of
dangerous material use contained in electric and electronic equipment, and about
waste disposal.”
The symbol showing a crossed litter, labelled on the device and/or on the packing, is to
mean the need to separately dispose the equipment from normal domestic waste. User
must therefore forward the dead equipment to an authorized electric and electronic
waste collection, in order to ensure environment respectful disposal. User can also
forward the dead equipment to an authorized dealer and ask for substitution in case of
same machinery purchase.
A correct disposal and treatment of expired equipment will result into reduced risks for
population and increased environment respect. Recycling process will be easier.
Illegal disposal is a crime persecuted by law.
All Enomatic models described in this manual are:
SUITABLE FOR DRY LOCATIONS ONLY - SUITABLE
ENVIRONMENTS UP TO 32°
In accordance to ISO-7000 Graphical Symbols for use on equipment
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FOR
DICHIARAZIONE CE DI CONFORMITA’
CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Noi:
We:
Enomatic Srl
Via di Meleto, 1/19
50027 Strada in Chianti (FI)
Italy
dichiariamo sotto la nostra responsabilità che l’apparecchio:
declare under our responsibility that the apparatus:
DISTRIBUTORE AUTOMATICO PER VINI, modello: Enoline Enoliving
AUTOMATIC WINE DISPENSER, model: Enoline Enoliving
al quale questa dichiarazione si riferisce è conforme alle seguenti norme:
to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the following standards:
CEI EN 603351:2001 (Fourth
Edition) +
A1:2004 + A2:
2006 incl.
Corrigendum
1:2006
CEI EN 60335-275:2002 (Second
Edition) +
A1:2004 +
A2:2008
Sicurezza degli apparecchi elettrici di uso domestico e similare
– Sicurezza – Parte 1: Norme generali.
Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 1:
General requirements.
Sicurezza degli apparecchi elettrici d’uso domestico e similare
– Sicurezza – Parte 2: Norme particolari per distributori
commerciali e apparecchi automatici per la vendita.
Household and similar electrical appliances - Safety - Part 2:
Particular requirements for commercial dispensing appliances
and vending machines.
EN 55014-1:2006
Compatibilità
elettromagnetica
–
Prescrizioni
per
gli
+ A1:2009 +
elettrodomestici, gli utensili elettrici e gli apparecchi similari –
A2:2011
Parte 1: Emissione Norma di famiglia di prodotti.
Electromagnetic compatibility – Requirements for household
appliances, electric tools and similar apparatus – Part 1:
Emission – Product family standard.
EN 61000-3Compatibilità elettromagnetica (EMC) – Parte 3-2: Limiti –
2:2006 + A1:2009 Limiti per le emissioni di corrente armonica (apparecchiature
+ A2:2009
con corrente di ingresso ≤ 16 A per fase).
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 3-2: Limits – Limits
for harmonic current emissions (equipment input current ≤ 16
A per phase).
Compatibilità elettromagnetica (EMC) – Parte 3-3: Limiti –
EN 61000-3Limitazione delle fluttuazioni di tensione e dei flicker in sistemi
3:2008
di alimentazione in bassa tensione per apparecchiature con
corrente nominale ≤ 16 A.
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 3-3: Limits –
Limitation of voltage fluctuations and flicker in low-voltage
supply systems for equipment with rated current ≤ 16 A.
EN 55014-2:1997 Compatibilità elettromagnetica – Requisiti di immunità per
+
A1:2001
+ apparecchi elettrodomestici, utensili e degli apparecchi elettrici
A2:2008
similari – Parte 2: Immunità – Norma di famiglia di prodotti.
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Electromagnetic compatibility – Requirements for household
appliances, electric tools and similar apparatus – Part 2:
Immunity –
Product family standard.
e quindi rispondente ai requisiti essenziali delle Direttive:
Also declares that it conforms with the requisite Directives:
- Direttiva Bassa Tensione 2006/95 CE (Direttiva concernente il ravvicinamento delle
legislazioni degli Stati membri relativa al materiale elettrico destinato a essere utilizzato
entro taluni limiti di tensione).
- Low Voltage Directive 2006/95 EC( Directive: regulation concerning the approach of
State Members’ laws regarding the electric material destined to be used within certain
voltage limits).
- Direttive Compatibilità Elettromagnetica 2004/108 CE.
(Direttiva concernente il ravvicinamento delle legislazioni degli Stati membri relativa
alla compatibilità elettromagnetica).
- Electro-Magnetic Compatibility 2004/108 EC (Directive regarding the approach of State
Members’ laws concerning about electro-magnetic compatibility.
Data di emissione
autorizzata
Date of issue
empowered
13________
Generalità e firma della persona
Identity and signature of the person
Presidente & Amministratore Delegato
President & CEO
enomatic s.r.l.
Via di Meleto
50027 Strada in Chianti (FI)
P.I. 01066310523
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STATEMENT OF WARRANTY
WE Enomatic srl WARRANT that the Enomatic Wine Serving Systems (the Goods),models
enoline, enosystem, enoround and enomove, manufactured by Enomatic s.r.l are sold and
delivered to the Purchaser free from manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship.
From the Installation Acceptance Date, Enomatic (the Company) undertakes that the Warranty
shall cover free of charge to the Purchaser:
 the repair or replacement (at the Company’s sole discretion) of any functionally
inoperative PARTS that according to the Company’s incontestable judgement, are
deemed to be defective in workmanship or materials because of a manufacturing defect
detected within the first 12 months (excluding software);
 the diagnosis and elimination of any errors found in the SOFTWARE programmes
(provided that the errors are recurrent and documented) by way of supply of new
corrected versions of the software for the first 6 months;
 the warranty shall include only the replacement of those defective parts and shall not
include LABOUR .
This is the Company’s entire liability in respect of such Warranty.
Enomatic shall provide warranty services directly or through its own authorized repair centres.
Materials covered by warranty must be sent to the Repair Centres free of charge for enomatic
and shall be sent back at the customer’s expense. Any parts replaced shall remain the property
of enomatic.
The Purchaser must save proof of the Installation Acceptance date as detailed on the Installation
Acceptance Certificate together with the sales receipt or invoice stating the item numbers of the
purchased Goods. All claims for Goods under Warranty shall be forwarded to the Company
together with proof of the Installation Acceptance date and a copy of this Statement of
Warranty.
In the event that installation of the Goods is delayed by the Purchaser for more than 1 month
from the original date of delivery of the Goods as requested by the Purchaser, then the
Installation Acceptance date shall be deemed to commence 1 month after the original date of
delivery of the Goods was requested.
The Warranty only applies to the original Purchaser of the Goods and is not transferable.
All Warranty service will be provided by the Company during normal working hours. Replaced
parts become the property of the Company and repairs or replacements do not extend the
Warranty period.
Any transportation costs (including return shipment) associated with a
Warranty claim will be the responsibility of the Purchaser.
THE WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER any defect, failure or damage arising from:
a) failure to follow normal operating procedures and instructions or failure to ensure proper
care, use and regular maintenance as outlined in the documentation provided by the
Company;
b) incorrect transportation, installation, removal or handling;
c) the effects of fair wear and tear, rusting or damage to varnish, enamel or paintwork;
d) periodic general cleaning and any labour or part charges incurred as a result of service in
the nature of maintenance and support including the replacement of consumable parts,
house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers;
e) incorrect storage or exposure to unusual or excessive environmental, chemical,
atmospheric, mechanical, electrical (including defective house wiring or by operating the
Goods on incorrect voltage or cycles or fluctuations or interruptions in the power supply)
or thermal stress during the course of installation or use;
f) any drawing, design or specification supplied by the Purchaser;
g) wilful or accidental damage, misuse, abuse or negligence;
h) any modification (whether by alteration, deletion, addition, repair or otherwise) to the
Goods by the Purchaser or any other unauthorised persons unless the Purchaser has
obtained the prior written consent of the Company.
If any such unauthorised
modification is made, then, without prejudice to the Company’s other rights and
remedies, the Warranty will be null and void;
i) the use of any spare parts that are not originals as supplied by the Company;
j) if the original identification markings on the Goods have been removed, defaced, or
altered.
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The Company will be under no liability under the above Warranty (or any other warranty,
condition or guarantee):
a) if the total price for the Goods has not been paid by the Purchaser by the due date for
payment;
b) for any indirect, incidental or consequential loss, damage, cost or expense of any kind
whatsoever, whether arising under an accident, contracts tort (including negligence) or
otherwise;
c) for compensation for any reasons whatsoever resulting from any inoperative down time
of the Goods including any loss of wine or other beverage.
d) If the labels or marks are removed from the machines.
If a defect or failure of the Goods is found upon investigation not to be the Company’s
responsibility under this Warranty, the Company may charge the Purchaser for all reasonable
costs and expenses incurred by the Company in the course of, or in consequence of, such
investigation. Without prejudice to the foregoing, the Company reserves the right to charge for
travelling time and incidental expenses incurred in respect of attendance at your premises to
investigate and rectify any problem reported by you.
The Company’s obligations under the Warranty are contingent upon the Company’s agents or
servants being given full details of the defects without delay and adequate time and access to
the Goods during normal working hours to rectify such defect. If the Company rectifies the
defect within a reasonable period of time then the Company will have no other liability in any
respect of, or arising from, such defect.
The above Warranty does not extend to parts, materials or equipment not manufactured by
Enomatic s.r.l, in respect of which the Purchaser will only be entitled to the benefit of any such
warranty or guarantee as is given by the supplier or service provider to the Company.
enomatic s.r.l
Amministratore Delegato
Lorenzo Bencistà Falorni
Code and serial number
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Produced by:
Enomatic S.R.L
Via di Meleto 1/19
Greve in Chianti (Fl)
Italy
Distribuited by:
For service contact:
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