09/2013
Mod: MCD-25
Production code: MQO0CATERDOB
CONTENT
CONTENT......................................................................................................................................................... 2
GENERAL............................................................................................................................................................ 4
Introduction...............................................................................................................................................................4
Warnings.....................................................................................................................................................................4
Precautions.................................................................................................................................................................4
Intended use...............................................................................................................................................................4
Facts & weight ..........................................................................................................................................................5
General functional description..............................................................................................................................5
OVERVIEW OF COMPONENTS......................................................................................................... 6
Front view Single CATER........................................................................................................................................6
Front view CATER....................................................................................................................................................7
Back view SINGLE CATER.....................................................................................................................................8
Back view CATER.....................................................................................................................................................9
BUTTONS AND DISPLAY INFORMATION.............................................................................. 10
Button functions..................................................................................................................................................... 10
Display indications when brewing...................................................................................................................... 10
INSTALLATION AND START-UP...................................................................................................... 11
Positioning............................................................................................................................................................... 11
Water connection.................................................................................................................................................. 11
Electrical connection and start-up..................................................................................................................... 12
OPERATION.................................................................................................................................................. 13
Brewing with coffee............................................................................................................................................... 13
Filter positioning.................................................................................................................................................... 13
Add coffee............................................................................................................................................................... 13
Filter holder and serving station positioning................................................................................................... 13
Start brewing........................................................................................................................................................... 14
Dispensing hot water............................................................................................................................................ 14
To keep temperature and aroma........................................................................................................................ 15
CLEANING AND CARE......................................................................................................................... 16
Daily cleaning.......................................................................................................................................................... 16
Weekly cleaning...................................................................................................................................................... 17
Exterior cleaning when necessary...................................................................................................................... 17
PROGRAMMING........................................................................................................................................ 18
Adjusting of water temperature......................................................................................................................... 18
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CONTENT
Adjusting water quantity...................................................................................................................................... 18
MESSAGE SHOWN ON DISPLAY................................................................................................... 19
Error message......................................................................................................................................................... 19
DIMENSION SKETCH.............................................................................................................................. 20
SINGLE CATER...................................................................................................................................................... 20
CATER...................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Serving Station........................................................................................................................................................ 22
Some important information may appear in textboxes seen below
IMPORTANT!
INFO.
CAUTION!
More INFO.
Note
INFO.
INFO.
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GENERAL
Introduction
Thank you for choosing a CATER coffee brewer.
We hope you enjoy it !
Read the user guide before using the machine.
This guide contains important instructions for
proper and safe use of the vending machine.
Always
keep this guide close at hand for future
reference.
Warnings
Never
immerse the machine, plug or mains
cable in water because there is a danger of
electric shock.
The appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or
lack of experience and knowledge, unless they
have been given supervision or instruction
concerning the use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure they
do not play with the appliance.
not use the machine if the mains cable, plug
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is damaged or the machine has fallen down.
If the mains cable is damaged it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, service agent or
similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a
hazard.
Only plug the machine into a properly installed
earthed safety socket whose line voltage
matches the technical data for the machine.
Precautions
not use the machine outdoors so it can be
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exposed to weather (rain, snow, frost). It will
cause material damage to the machine.
Do not try to open the machine or repair it in
any way. To avoid danger only have the machine
repaired in a technical workshop, Service
Centre or by a qualified person.
Remove the mains cable from the socket when
the machine is not in use for longer periods. To
do this, pull the plug not the cable.
This appliance must be placed in a horizontal
position which is resistant to any water that
may leak.
Place the machine out of the reach of children.
Position the mains cable so that people cannot
trip over it. Keep it away from sharp edges and
heat sources.
The new hose-sets supplied with this appliance
are to be used, old hose-sets must not be reused.
This appliance is not suitable for installation in
an area where a water jet could be used.
This appliance must not be cleaned by a water
jet.
Intended use
This
appliance is intended to be used in
household and similar applications such as:
- Staff kitchen areas in shops.
- Offices and other commercial working
environments.
- On agricultural estates.
- By clients in hotels, motels and other
residential type environments.
- Bed and breakfast type environments.
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the optimal performance of the machine
For
these parameters shall not be exceeded:
- Maximum permissible inlet water pressure :
800KPa (8Bar)
- Minimum permissible inlet water pressure:
200KPa (2Bar)
- Maximum working temperature: 40°ºC
- Minimum working temperature: 10°ºC
GENERAL
Facts & weight
FACTS
MCD-25
SINGLE CATER
Hot water tap
Yes
Yes
Brew options
2
2
690, 205, 450mm
690, 410, 450mm
Tank volume
2.5L
2 x 2.5L
Power supply
220-230 V 1N~2200 W 50-60Hz
400V 2N~ 4400 W 50-60Hz
½” External thread
½” External thread
17 cups / 6 minutes
Hot water 20 L / hour
34 cups / 6 minutes
Hot water 20 L / hour
1 x 2.5L
2 x 2.5L
Height, Width, Depth
Cold water connection
Capacity
Serving station
MODEL/NAME
WEIGHT
SINGLE CATER
15 kg
CATER
24 kg
General functional description
Coffee brewer with automatic water supply.
Equipped with a separate tap for hot water.
Brewing in a removable serving station.
Brewing in paper filters.
Brew time is about 5 - 6 min.
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OVERVIEW OF COMPONENTS
Front view MCD-25
Function Buttons
Hot Water Tap
Brewing
Brewing
Filiter Holder
Serving Station Lid
Carry Handle
Display
Serving Station
Level Tube
Tap for Coffee
Drip Tray Insert
Drip Tray
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OVERVIEW OF COMPONENTS
Back view MCD-25
Water Connection
Power Switch
Power Supply
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BUTTONS AND DISPLAY INFORMATION
Button functions
Pause / Stop
1/2 Brewing, Half brew = 1,25L
1/1 Brewing, Full brew = 2,5L
Display indications when brewing
While machine is brewing
A
Full brew
Display shows: see A
While machine is brewing
B
Half brew
Display shows: see B
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INSTALLATION AND START-UP
Positioning
MIN. 10cm
Place
the brewer unit on a flat horizontal surface that will support the weight
of the machine.
Note
Make sure that air is able to circulate behind the machine
(minimum 10cm).
Water connection
A
Connect
the supplied water hose to the cold water connection using a ½’’
R-connection. When pushing the machine into position make sure there is no
interference to the hose to ensure proper water flow.
Water supply to the machine is the customer’s responsibility according to
instruction and advice from the supplier.
In areas with high level lime problem, a descaling filter should be mounted.
Note
The new hose set supplied with the appliance shall be used and
that old hose sets shall not be reused. Connection to a closable
valve is recommended. Min. water pressure; 2bar (200kPa). Max.
waterpressure; 8bar (800kPa).
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INSTALLATION AND START-UP
Electrical connection and start-up
Single CATER
Recommended:
install a line circuit breaker and a earth fault breaker to the
machine.
IMPORTANT!
Connect
the plug to a separate earthed wall socket: 220-230V 50-60Hz,
10Amp.
CATER
The
brewer is not reconnectable and may only be installed to the electric
supply network with a voltage that is stated on the brewer and shall be carried
out by an authorized electrician.
Recommended:
install a line circuit breaker and a earth fault breaker to the
machine.
AUTION!
C
Connection to a separate 2 phase only
- Brewer should be connected to 400V with zero and earth.
- Use 10 Amp fuses.
IMPORTANT!
Electrical
installations must be done of an certificated electrician: 400V 2N/
4400 W 50-60Hz
A
Turn
on the switch located at the rear of the machine, the machine will start
filling with water.
While machine is heating up, display is blinking.
Once
the water has reached the correct temperature, display will stop
blinking and show a steady light (A).
Machine is now ready to use.
Switch
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OPERATION
Brewing with coffee
Filter positioning
Place a filter in the filter holder.
Always use Coffee Queen´s recommended coffee
filter paper.
Filter type 110mm filter paper, Part No. 110110
Add coffee
Recommended powder
amount is 60g/L
Add coffee (restaurant / catering ground coffee).
Make sure that the coffee is evenly spread.
Filter holder and serving station positioning
Slide the filter holder into position(A).
A
B
Loosen upper lid (B) on the serving station and then place
the serving station (C).
Make sure that the serving station is centered with the
rotation plate.
C
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OPERATION
Brewing with coffee
Start brewing
1/1 Brewing
Push button
for 2,5L, push button
for 1.25L
-
1/1 Full brew, display is blinking between all 3 lines.
-
1/2 Half brew, display is blinking between lower 2 lines.
1/2 Brewing
Pause / Stop
When brewing starts, the brewing lamp will be lit up with a red light.
STOP / PAUSE button
CAUTION!
Do not remove
serving station
before display is lit
with a steady light
and the ready beep
has been heard, it
can cause serious
spill and burns.
- Press the
button once for pause.
- To continue the brewing if it is in pause mode press
- Press the
or
button twice to stop brewing.
When brewing is completed a 3 second beep will be heard from the
machine, brewing lamp will be turned off.
It is now safe to remove the serving station.
Dispensing hot water
CAUTION!
o not dispense hot water
D
while machine is brewing.
Hold a glass or jug under the water tap.
Lift the red handle to start dispensing
hot water.
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OPERATION
Brewing with coffee
To keep temperature and aroma
A
Tips for keeping
coffee hot
Pre-heat the serving
station, start a brewing
with only water into
the serving station.
When brewing is
complete let it stand
for about 1 hour. Pour
out the water. Then
start a brew with
coffee.
To keep temperature and aroma, put the lid (A) back on the serving station
immediately after the brewing.
IMPORTANT!
The temperature in the serving station will decrease with ~1.5°C/h. There is
~30ml of coffee standing in the tubes from the inner container to the coffee
faucet. This part is not insulated and will drop in temperature much faster.
If the serving station haven’t been used in 1h the first cup can be lower in
temperature. Cups after the first will not be affected of this.
Tips for
achieving the
best quality
Do not change the recommended portion of coffee.
Do not mix freshly brewed coffee with old coffee.
Always rinse the serving station before next brew.
Empty the filter holder from filter and coffee grounds
directly after a brew.
Dispense 50ml of coffee every hour to always have fresh and hot coffee to the faucet.
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CLEANING AND CARE
Daily cleaning
Before each
brewing. Rinse the
serving station
with fresh tap
water.
Rinse serving station and filtre holder
with hot water.
Outside cleaning use a soft rag with liquid
cleaning agent to prevent scratches.
B
Clean the bottom plate (A).
Clean the spray nozzle (B) and the
surrounding area.
When needed, Clean the spray nozzles hole
If necessary loosen spray nozzle and clean/
de-scaling.
A
Clean and dry this surfaces
Brewing
Brewing
CAUTION!
The machine should not
be submerged in water
or been washed in a
dishwasher.
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CLEANING AND CARE
Weekly cleaning
Disassemble the level tube and clean it
every week with the enclosed brush.
A
Turn off the bigger lid, and clean the mixer
tube(A).
Cleaning of serving station 2.5L
Fill the serving station with hot water. ( Full
brewing without coffee and filter ).
IMPORTANT!
Rinse the serving
station on the
inside several
times with fresh
tap water.
B
Put 1 tablespoon with cleaning powder in the
serving station and wait at least 15 minutes.
Tap off 2/3 of the cleaning solution.
Clean the serving station with the following
cleaning brush(B).
Rinse the serving station with fresh tap water
sereral times before a new brew.
OPTIONS
Part No.
110102-02
Brewing
CLEANING PARTS
Cleaning powder
1104231
Cleaning brush
1103360
Cleaning brush for level tube,
mixer tube
Brewing
Exterior cleaning when necessary
To clean the exterior of the machine, use
a soft rag with liquid cleaning agent to
prevent scratches.
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PROGRAMMING
Adjusting of water temperature
Press buttons
and
at the same time for 5 seconds until you
hear one beep. Display shows the present setting
Adjust with the buttons
= (increase water temp.)
and
= (decrease water temp.)
Confirm the new settings by pressing the
70°0C = min. temperature.
96°0C = max. temperature.
button.
Adjusting water quantity
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ADJUST
SIGNAL
Off
6
25%
5
20%
4
15%
3
10%
2
5%
1
0%
0
-5%
-1
-10%
-2
-15%
-3
-20%
-4
-25%
-5
Press buttons
and
at the same
time for 5 seconds until you hear 3 beeps.
The display shows the current setting.
Adjust with the buttons
= (increase)
and
= (decrease)
Confirm the new settings by pressing the
button.
MESSAGE SHOWN ON DISPLAY
Error message
Error message, Display shows: E1, E2, E3, E4.
IMPORTANT!
All maintenance
and installations
must be done
of an authorized
technician.
LEVEL CONTROL
shown on the display
shown on the display
- The water high level
sensor is triggerd before
the low level sensor.
- Clean the level sensor.
- Change the level
sensor.
- Cables connected is
incorrectly.
- Filling time too long.
- Poor water pressure.
- Water tap is not open
- Restart machine.
TEMPERATURE CONTROL
shown on the display
shown on the display
- Temperature sensor out
of range.
- Temperature sensor is
broken.
- Cable loose.
- 50C - 1050C.
- Replace.
- Heating time is too long.
- Solid state broken.
- Element broken.
- High limit control defect.
- Restart the machine.
- Change solid state
- Change heating
element.
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DIMENSION SKETCH
MCD-25
Brewing
Brewing
A
E
D
B
C
Model
A
B
C
D
E
MCD-25
690mm
410mm
450mm
105mm
436mm
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DIMENSION SKETCH
CATER
Serving Station
A
C
D
E
B
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Model
A
B
C
D
E
Serving Station
205 mm
273 mm
436 mm
400 mm
105 mm