Mod: DATIC 37EK - Diamond Europe

11/2011
Mod: DATIC 37EK
Production code: A5
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CONTENTS
CHAP.1 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................ 3
CHAP.2 HANDLING AND TRANSPORT OF THE MACHINE .......................................................... 3
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
UNPACKING AND POSITIONING ........................................................................................... 3
HANDLING............................................................................................................................... 4
STORAGE................................................................................................................................ 4
DIMENSIONS........................................................................................................................... 4
CHAP.3 INSTALLATION.................................................................................................................. 5
3.1 GUARDS.................................................................................................................................. 5
3.2 INFORMATION ON RISKS THAT CANNOT BE ELIMINATED BY THE MEASURES
ADOPTED BY THE MANUFACTURER.................................................................................... 5
3.3 PROTECTION OF THE DANGEROUS PARTS OF THE MACHINE ........................................ 6
3.4 UNPACKING AND POSITIONING ........................................................................................... 6
3.5 SPACE NECESSARY FOR USE AND MAINTENANCE........................................................... 7
3.6 ROOM TEMPERATURE .......................................................................................................... 7
3.7 THE WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:................................................................................... 7
3.8 CONNECTION TO POWER SOURCES................................................................................... 7
3.8.1
CONNECTION TO THE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY ........................................................ 7
3.8.2
CONNECTION TO THE WATER SUPPLY................................................................. 10
3.8.3
CONNECTION TO THE DRAIN ................................................................................. 11
3.8.4
CONNECTION TO THE LIMIT SWITCH .................................................................... 12
3.9 VARIANT FOR MACHINE WITH CONDENSATE................................................................... 12
3.10 COMMISSIONING.................................................................................................................. 13
3.10.1 FILLING THE BOILER ............................................................................................... 13
3.10.2 CHECKS .................................................................................................................... 14
3.11 INSTALLATION OF MEASURING DEVICES ......................................................................... 15
3.12 RECOMMENDATIONS ON PREVENTION MEASURES TO BE USED ................................. 15
3.12.1 SAFETY REGULATIONS........................................................................................... 15
CHAP.4 DESCRIPTION OF THE MACHINE .................................................................................. 18
4.1 DESCRIPTION OF THE MACHINE, ITS ACCESSORIES, DANGEROUS AREAS AND/OR
SAFETY DEVICES .................................................................................................................. 18
4.1.1 DESCRIPTION OF THE MACHINE ................................................................................ 18
4.2 INTENDED USE..................................................................................................................... 21
CHAP.5 USE OF THE MACHINE ................................................................................................... 22
5.1 DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS ............................................................................................ 22
5.1.1
TURNING THE MACHINE ......................................................................................... 23
5.1.2
HEATING ................................................................................................................... 23
5.1.3
WASHING .................................................................................................................. 23
5.1.4
WASH PROGRAMS................................................................................................... 24
5.2 STOPPING MODES AND MEANS ......................................................................................... 25
5.2.1
STOP DEVICE ........................................................................................................... 25
5.3 DISPLAY FUNCTIONS........................................................................................................... 25
5.4 ADJUSTMENTS ..................................................................................................................... 25
5.4.1
WASH WATER TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT ...................................................... 25
5.4.2
RINSE WATER TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT ...................................................... 26
5.4.3
DRYING AIR TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT .......................................................... 26
5.4.4
MESSAGE SETTING: “FEED WATER TEMPERATURE LOW” ................................. 26
5.4.5
“TERMOSTOP” FUNCTION CONTROL TEMPERATURE SETTING......................... 26
5.4.6
“AUTOTIMER” FUNCTION TIME SETTING............................................................... 26
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5.4.7
DETERGENT DOSING SETTING.............................................................................. 27
5.4.8
RINSE AID DOSING SETTING .................................................................................. 27
5.4.9
ACTIVATING THE DETERGENT LEVEL SENSORS................................................. 27
5.6
FINAL OPERATIONS ........................................................................................................ 28
5.7
SELF-DIAGNOSIS............................................................................................................. 29
CAP.6 MAINTENANCE................................................................................................................ 30
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
GENERAL RULES ................................................................................................................. 30
MAINTENANCE SAFETY RULES.......................................................................................... 30
20 DAY MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................ 30
2 MONTH MAINTENANCE .................................................................................................... 31
DIAGRAMS AND DESIGNS FOR MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL ......................................... 31
CAP.7 DISMANTLING ................................................................................................................. 32
7.1 DISMANTLING THE MACHINE ............................................................................................... 32
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CHAP.1 INTRODUCTION
All assembly, use and maintenance rules are described in this manual
which will ensure the best results and long life of the machine.
It is advised that this manual be read before using the machine,
and carefully followed. We are at your complete disposition for
any assistance you may need, however failure to comply with
this manual will result in the forfeiture of the warranty.
The company reserves the right to make any modifications it deems
necessary to improve machine performance.
For any questions or problems please contact the authorised
assistance centres.
EEC REGULATIONS
This manual complies with EEC DIRECTIVES 89/392-91/36893/44-93/68 as provided in the definition of machine design, the
instruction manual is an integral part of the machine.
The manual has been drawn up according to the EUROPEAN
REGULATION pr EN-1010, in particular the chapter
“DIRECTIONS FOR USE” (instructions, general requirements and
nature of the instructions) and the chapter “INSTRUCTION
MANUAL” (contents and specifications).
THIS MANUAL IS INTENDED FOR USERS (OPERATORS, ETC...)
CHAP.2
HANDLING AND TRANSPORT OF THE
MACHINE
2.1
UNPACKING AND POSITIONING
The machine can be transported in two ways:
- by lorry
- by container
In both cases the same packing is used:
Open wooden cases
Before being put in the wooden cases the machines are packed in a
low-density polythene sack.
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2.2
HANDLING
The machine parts must be handled carefully using a fork lift.
Stickers placed on the machine indicate lifting points.
WARNING::
•
It is forbidden to stand near the machine while it is
being transported as it could turn over and cause
serious injury to individuals near it.
•
Injuries due to collision, entanglement, entrapment
can occur when the machine is being handled or
stored.
2.3
STORAGE
To store the machine use pallets, containers, conveyors, vehicles
equipment and lifting devices which prevent damage caused by
vibration, collision, abrasion, corrosion, temperature or other conditions
which may be present.
The stored parts must be periodically checked to identify any
possible deterioration.
2.4
DIMENSIONS
Rack conveyor machines are made in various models. The layout
where the machine dimensions are indicated is furnished separately.
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CHAP.3 INSTALLATION
3.1
GUARDS
DANGEROUS AREAS
Identification of the dangerous areas and types of danger (see fig. 9 on
the next page) involved, and general description of protection
measures.
Danger of entanglement or being dragged
MOVING PARTS
- by the conveyor
Danger of being burned
HOT PARTS
- by the doors of the wash and rinse parts and dryer unit walls.
This risk is not present in the insulated model.
- by the boiler during the installation and maintenance of the machine.
Dangerous electrical current
- general control panel
- electric pump
DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL
CURRENT
- fan
- heating elements
Danger of being cut
ROTATING FAN
- by the fan in the condensation unit.
3.2
INFORMATION ON RISKS THAT CANNOT BE
ELIMINATED BY THE MEASURES ADOPTED BY
THE MANUFACTURER
Other risks involved with the machine
Danger of being entangled by the machine. In case of danger push
the stop button.
Wearing clothing with wide sleeves is not advised.
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3.3
PROTECTION OF THE DANGEROUS PARTS OF THE
MACHINE
The machine is equipped with guards which limit access to the interior
and moving parts; they are fixed by screws.
DANGEROUS AREAS
3.4
UNPACKING AND POSITIONING
After the machine has arrived remove the packing and make sure that
the machine and the parts have not been damaged during their
transport. The shipper must be notified in immediately of any
damages. Do not install the machine if damages have occurred but call
an authorised trained technician.
The manufacturer is not liable for damages caused
during shipment.
All packing (plastic, expanded polystyrene bags, wood splines, nails)
must be kept out of the reach of children as they could be dangerous.
The position of the machine must conform to the
indications
in
the
separately
furnished
general
installation layout, making sure that it is positioned
correctly for the maintenance requirements.
Screw the feet of the machine on the supports, put them in the proper
position and level by screwing or unscrewing the feet.
Because of the length of the machine a level needs to be used.
Warning:
Do not drag the machine while positioning it as this
could damage the frame of the machine.
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The flooring must be measured taking into account the overall weight
of the machine; the floor must also be level.
3.5
SPACE NECESSARY FOR USE AND MAINTENANCE
In determining the space necessary for use and maintenance, the
operations in Chapter 6 must be taken into consideration; it is
advisable to leave 0.5m between the sides of the machine and the
surrounding walls; for other information see the attached installation
diagram.
3.6
ROOM TEMPERATURE
The machine should not be left in areas where the temperature could
fall below 0°C.
3.7
THE WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
•
Damages caused by transport. If this should occur, the customer
must report it to the dealer and haulage contractor by fax or
registered letter with advice of receipt, writing down what has
occurred on the copies of the transport documents. The technician
specialised in installing the appliance will decide if installation can
be performed based on the damage.
•
Damage caused by incorrect installation.
Damages caused by abnormal wear of the assembled parts.
Damages caused by non-compliance with what is described in this
instruction booklet.
•
•
3.8
CONNECTION TO POWER SOURCES
3.8.1 CONNECTION TO THE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY
Caution! L' installation should be performed alone from skilled
technicians!
WARNING: All the machines with conveyor rack are to be used with
a 400v-50Hz three phase power supply and hot water supply.
Except for particular requests made when ordering..
a) Before connecting the equipment make sure that the electrical
system voltage and frequency match those on the machine
specifications plate located on the side panel.
b) It is compulsory to connect the machine to the power supply using a
dedicated omnipolar switch, in conformity with statutory safety
regulations. This switch must be automatic and with fuses that have a
minimum opening of 3mm between the contacts. The switch is not
furnished with the machine, it must be mounted on the wall in an easily
accessible position at a height between 0.6 and 1.70m.
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c) Make sure that the electricity is not on before connecting the
power supply to the machine.
d) Connect the power supply cable to the machine as follows:
B
A
d1) Removed the front panel B by loosening the screws A.
d2) Now remove the rear panel D and put the electric cable inside the
machine using the hole with cable gland E
D
E
d3) Remove the panel’s protection to reach the protection of the
power supply bars
d4) Remove the power supply bar protection.
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M
N
L
d5) Arrange the electric cable passage L as shown in the figure. Use cable gland N in micro break
M for the cable’s passage from the upper panel.
d6).... secure the power cable to the remaining holes of the copper
power supply bars with appropriate eyes.
d7) Connect the earth wire to the yellow green terminal.
d8) The that the cables are tightened on the electromagnetic switches,
thermal protections, etc. since they may have become loosened during
transport.
d9) Reassemble the front panel and the control panel with the screws
provided.
WARNING: the sizing of the switch and power supply
cable needs to be done consulting the attached
technical diagram.
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3.8.2
CONNECTION TO THE WATER SUPPLY
Set the work site up according to the attached hydraulic diagram.
Before connecting the machine make sure that a gate valve has been
mounted between the water mains and the machine so that the water
supply can be interrupted if necessary or for repair work.
Make sure that the water temperature and pressure
correspond to those on the machine specifications plate.
If the pressure is insufficient mount a pressure booster
pump.
If the water hardness exceeds that listed in the chart, it is advisable to
install a decalcification system upstream from the solenoid valve which
powers the machine.
If there is a high concentration of residual minerals, it is advisable to
mount a demineralizer system which is calibrated so that the residual
hardness falls within the ranges in the chart below.
Standard
Hardness
Residual
minerals
From
to
French
f
5
10
German
°dH
4
7’5
English
°e
5
9,5
Parts per million
ppm
70
140
Maximum
mg/l
300/400
Remove panel E after removing the screws C.
Pay close attention to the control panel and to the flat connection
cable.
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Connect the machine water supply pipe to the fitting H
(diameter ¾” gas).
If the machine is provided with pre-wash, connect the cold water entry
to fitting G (diameter ¾” gas).
If the machine is provided with condensate, connect the cold water
supply pipe to entry I. (Diameter ¾”).
G
H
I
Use only pipes suitable for the working temperature and pressure
of the machine for connection to the supply.
3.8.3
CONNECTION TO THE DRAIN
The machine with conveyor racks are continuously functioning and
therefore need particularly effective lowered drains.
Consult the separately provided installation diagram to position the
drains.
Connect the machine drains to the drainage system using pipes able
to withstand a constant 70°C temperature.
Rinse tank drain
In some models the rinse tank drain pipe is not connected.
It is therefore necessary to connect this drain pipe to the drain
solenoid valve Z.
Drain connection example
Use the waste provided in order to make connection of the drain pipe
easier.
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The installer has to create a pipe like the one in figure “S” with
supports that offer a good incline so that every tank can drain perfectly
by gravity.
Insert the double rinse pipe R into the drain assembly and secure the
entire group using the drains Q. The drain T on the floor must have a
trapped waste.
Caution: The pipe shown in the figure is not supplied with the machine.
Consult the attached documentation for all measurements, sections
and all other information.
3.8.4
CONNECTION TO THE LIMIT SWITCH
Connect the limit switch, located at the exit, to the terminals in the
shunt box attached to the side panel of the machine by using the
provided cable.
3.9 VARIANT FOR MACHINE WITH CONDENSATE
It is necessary to connect the drain pipe before positioning the
machine.
B
A
C
Screw the drain fitting “A” onto the machine drain waste (fitting
supplied)
Connect the black pipe “B” coming out of the rear panel of the
machine to hose connector “C”
Tighten the clamp provided
Lastly, install the drain pipe while remembering to tighten the clamp
provided well.
Consult the attached installation diagram to see the exact position of
the connections to be made.
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3.10 COMMISSIONING
3.10.1 FILLING THE BOILER
It is necessary to carry out the boiler filling procedure during the
installation phase.
Follow these instructions:
1) Activate the electric line going to the machine using the circuit
breaker on the wall.
L3
2)
P2
The indicator lamp to the side turns on
3) Press the line button until the adjacent indicator lamp L2 turns on.
The machine will start filling the tank and boiler
L2
4)
The boiler will be full when water comes out of the arms.
5)
Turn off the machine with P2
P2
L2
L5
L6
L7
L13
P5
P4
P3
6) Press buttons P5, P4 and P3 at the same time for 3 seconds, until
the message “Boiler No” appears
Indicator lamp L13 turns on.
7) Then press P4 and the message becomes “Boiler Yes”.
8) Turn the machine off and on using P2, and the set mode will
remain stored in the memory.
You will note that:
The boiler starts heating
The tanks fill in a normal manner.
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3.10.2 CHECKS
a) Check the level in the wash tank making sure that
when the solenoid valve closes the water is 1-2 cm
below the overflow level.
b) Check that the wash tank temperature is 55 ÷ 60°C.
Check that the boiler temperature is 85 ÷ 90°C.
c) Check the adjusting screws on the conveyor system, make sure that
it is possible to stop advancing racks only using your hands. A
complete load of full racks must not stop the advance of the conveyor
d) Check the working order of the automatic surface active agent
dispenser which will, however, be started by the technician who
installs the machine.
e) Check the working order of the rinse economiser. It must start to
distribute hot water rinse at system pressure when a rack arrives under
the jets and stop when the rack comes out.
It is recommended that the water in the boiler be cold for this
step.
f) Check the operation of the machine limit switch. It must stop motor
and pump operation when a rack reaches the end of the table.
Operation must start again when the rack is removed.
g) Check the rotation direction of the pumps and motors, if they
rotate in the opposite direction invert the two phases of the power
supply cable.
NOTE
Check the sense of rotation of the rack. The gearmotor has to
turn clockwise (as shown in the figure); otherwise, invert a
phase in the socket of the power cable.
CAUTION: If the rack turns in the direction opposite that
shown, the mechanical safety device is not working!
Please be informed that failure to comply with these checks
automatically causes the warranty to be forfeited
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Check the gauge during the rinse cycle
If necessary, use the pressure regulator and set the value as shown in
the table:
Model
Baskets / hour
170
bar
220
0,8
280
1,2
0,6
AFTER INSTALLATION
The installer is obliged to inform the manufacturer of any
operation or safety problems noticed during the first test.
.
The machine may be used only after installation. The technician
must then issue a declaration that the work has been performed
“in a workmanlike matter”, which he states that all operations
have been carried out according to all rules and regulations
prescribed by current legislation.
3.11 INSTALLATION OF MEASURING DEVICES
Consult the measuring device kit instruction.
Consult the attached wiring diagrams for any other installation.
3.12 RECOMMENDATIONS ON PREVENTION MEASURES
TO BE USED
3.12.1 SAFETY REGULATIONS
•
To keep the machine in perfect working order and
ensure that operators work in safe conditions, the
following rules must be strictly observed:
•
This machine must be used only for the purpose
which it was designed for. Any other use is
considered improper and dangerous.
•
Do not leave the machine exposed to atmospheric agents (rain,
sun etc.).
•
Do not allow children or untrained persons to use the machine.
•
The machine must only be used by trained personnel.
•
Keep the machine in perfect working order, use the different
protection devices it is provided with and have a professionally
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trained technician do periodical maintenance, paying particular
attention to operation of the safety devices.
•
Before connecting the machine, make sure that the information on
the plate corresponds to the electric and water system
•
Make sure the machine is properly earthed as required by statutory
laws. This safety requirement must be complied with, if in doubt
have the machine carefully checked by professionally trained
personnel.
•
Make sure the capacity of the electrical system is adequate for the
maximum power absorbed by the machine. If in doubt contact a
professionally trained individual to check that the system cables
are suitable for the power absorbed by the machine.
•
Cables running from the electrical system to the main switch must
bear danger warnings. Do not remove them before taking every
precautionary measure (for example disconnect the upstream
power supply).
•
A H07RN-F type power supply cable must be used for
this machine.
•
Before any maintenance work is done disconnect the
machine from the electrical system by turning off he
main switch.
•
If the machine has a fault or malfunctions, turn off the
main switch, do not attempt any kind of repair or
direct intervention.
•
Repairs must be done only by the manufacturer or any
authorised service centre using original spare parts.
•
Failure to observe the above may compromise the
safety of the machine.
•
Do not use water to extinguish fires on the electrical
parts, use a powder type of fire extinguisher.
•
Do not leave the machine on when it is not being
used.
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•
Do not modify the guards; remove them only when the
machine is not operating and the power supply is
disconnected.
•
If the machine is not to be used anymore, disconnect it from the
electrical supply and then remove the power supply cable.
•
For cleaning the machine observe the directions included in the
manufacturer’s manual.
•
Do not clog the suction or exhaust grids.
•
Do not operate the machine without filters.
•
When the power is disconnected, only a trained technician open
the control panel.
•
Do not put your hands in the water with detergent. If this solution
gets in your eyes rinse them with water.
•
Do not open the doors too quickly. Open the doors 15
seconds after the motors have stopped.
•
When the doors are opened make sure that they are firmly hooked
on their supports.
•
If the safety device stops the conveyor system,
remove the object which caused the stop before
starting up operation again.
•
Make sure that the dishes used can be washed in a dishwasher.
•
Do not use dispensers or any equipment which are not provided by
the manufacturer and could alter the working order and the safety
of the machine.
•
Use only non-foaming dishwasher detergents, observing the
manufacturer recommended dosage according to the water
hardness and the tank capacity.
•
Do not use acid or corrosive products for cleaning the
machine or washing the dishes.
•
It is forbidden to use steel brushes, shavings, or blades to clean
stainless steel.
•
To protect the environment, it is advisable not to use corrosive or
polluting substances and not to exceed the recommended doses.
•
After washing, personnel who handle the dishes must observe
statutory hygiene regulations.
If you need to retrieve objects that have fallen inside the machine,
stop its movement and turn the machine off completely.
•
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•
•
•
•
•
•
Do not get close to the rack’s movement with pendants, bracelets
or shirt sleeves that are too large so as to avoid the danger of
becoming entangled or pulled.
Do not use the machine as a surface for any object or tool.
Always turn off the machine with the wall-mounted single-pole
circuit breaker when it is not in use.
Cut off water supply every time the machine is not in use.
Immediately turn off the machine if there should be any water
leaks.
Remember that the machine must never be started without its
special protective curtains: at the inlet and outlet, and in
intermediate positions
REMEMBER THAT THE EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON IS THAT OF LINE
“P2” (SEE CHAPTER 5).
CHAP.4
4.1
DESCRIPTION OF THE MACHINE
DESCRIPTION OF THE MACHINE, ITS ACCESSORIES,
DANGEROUS AREAS AND/OR SAFETY DEVICES
4.1.1 DESCRIPTION OF THE MACHINE
See attachments for the technical specifications of the machine.
L7
1
Pre-washing chamber
5
Final rinsing chamber
9
Washing tank
2
Washing chamber
6
Drying chamber
10 Rinsing tank
3
Pre-rinsing chamber
7
Condensate zone
11 Boiler
7
First rinse chamber
8
Pre-washing tank
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The machines with rack conveyor are built with high quality materials:
AISI 316 stainless steel for making the washing tanks and AISI 304
stainless steel for the other parts. They are made up of a rinsing
section to which a pre-wash assembly, the condensate suction
assembly and the drying assembly can be added.
1. The baskets are towed automatically through the sections by a
lateral rack.
2. In the pre-wash section 1, whose thermostatically controlled
temperature is 40°, a preliminary rough washing of the kitchenware
is carried out.
3. In the wash section 2, whose thermostatically controlled
temperature is 55°, the kitchenware is washed.
4. Rinsing with water at the thermostatically controlled temperature of
85° is carried out in sections 3 4 5.
5. There is a turbine in drying section 6 that takes air from the
interior and directs it over the kitchenware through an electrical
resistance battery or steam.
6. Condensation 7 takes place through the intake of the steam
through a battery in which cool air circulates.
7. The washing, pre-washing and rinsing arms have anti-clogging
diffusers made entirely of stainless steel and bayonet joints that are
easy to disassembly for quick cleaning and maintenance.
4.1.2
SYSTEMS
For both the electric and water systems consult the separately
provided attachments.
4.1.3
DANGEROUS AREAS
Dangerous areas or points of the machine are considered to be those
areas in which accidents can occur if the following instructions are not
respected.
•
If during normal operation the rack becomes blocked, press
the line button. Restart the machine only after having
checked and removed the cause of the block.
•
It is prohibited and very dangerous to put your
hand/arms etc. into the entrance or exit of the
conveyor when it is on and moving.
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•
It is prohibited and very dangerous to repair the
conveyor system and electric heating elements when
the machine is working.
•
It is forbidden to use the machine without the
supervision of an operator.
•
Do not put your hands into the water in the tanks.
•
It is dangerous to touch the wall switch to turn on or
off the machine with wet hands.
•
Do not go into the electrical cabinet for any reason.
4.1.4
HAZARDOUS POINTS
-
Some magnetic microswitches are mounted on the doors of the
rack conveyor machines that disconnect the pre-wash, wash, rinse
and basket towing operations as soon as they are opened.
•
Limit switch. The purpose of this microswitch mounted on the
exit surface is to stop machine operation when a basket reaches
the end of the surface.
•
Protection against starting at the wrong moment. If the
machine accidentally stops due to power failure, its functions do
not resume when power comes back on.
•
Double electromagnetic switches on the heating
elements. If an electromagnetic switch is locked in the closed
position, the second continues normal operation.
•
Thermal protections with fuses for motor pumps and
motors that ensure they are not damaged in case of short
circuiting and overloads.
•
Protections with INT.AVT / or fuses for all heating
elements; they protect the elements from dangers of short
circuiting and overloads.
•
Boiler safety thermostat. In case of a temperature control
thermostat failure, another safety thermostat (positioned
underneath the rinsing section) intervenes and stops operation of
the heating elements.
•
Safety microswitch on rack If the racks becomes blocked
accidentally, the microswitch installed close to the gearmotor
support stops the towing operation.
•
Safety door stop. When the doors are opened, they are hooked
and prevented from falling in case a door spring breaks.
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A
C
B
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Low voltage control panel.
Emergency stop or door
Safety circuit breaker
D
Rack safety device
E
Safety thermostats
4.2
4.2.1
INTENDED USE
USE ACCORDING TO THE REGULATIONS
Conveyor rack machines were expressly designed for washing plates,
glasses, trays, cups, silverware and similar items along with the rack
that holds them.
Any use other than the above is not allowed.
The manufacturer is not responsible for any damages resulting from
improper use, the user is liable for any risk.
The manufacturer’s safety, operating, and maintenance regulations
must be observed.
All applicable regulations regarding accident prevention and other
known technical regulations on safety must be observed.
The machine can only be used, serviced or repaired by trained
personnel who are familiar with the machine and have been warned of
any dangers. The manufacturer will not be held responsible for any
damages that result from arbitrary modifications made on the machine.
Only original manufacturer spare parts and accessories can be
used.
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CHAP.5
5.1
USE OF THE MACHINE
DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS
L14
P1
L8
L9
L1
L10
P2
L11
L5
L2
L6
L12
L3
L7
L13
P5
P4
P3
P1: Wash start/stop button
P2: Machine On/Off button
P3: Basket speed selection button
P4: Program selection button for washing glasses
P5: Wash information button
L1: Wash in progress indicator
L2: Machine On indicator
L3: Electric line on indicator
L4: Machine fault indicator
L5: 2nd speed activated indicator lamp
L6: 1st speed activated indicator lamp
L7: Intermittent speed activated indicator lamp
L8: Water loading indicator lamp
L9: Boiler heating indicator lamp
L10: Tank heating indicator lamp
L11: Set temperatures reached indicator lamp
L12: Basket at end of travel indicator lamp
L13: Machine in programming mode indicator lamp
L14: Machine display
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L4
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TURNING THE MACHINE
Switch on the power supply with the main circuit breaker on the wall
L3
the indicator lamp to the side turns on,
P2
Press button P2. Indicator lamp L2 turns on and then the machine
starts loading water.
L2
When indicator lamp L8 blinks, it means that loading is normal. The
display
L14 indicates the temperature of the water the machine is loading
L8
Note:
If the machine is already loaded, it always loads a small amount of
water to reinstate the rinsing tank level and, if necessary, to correct the
levels in the other tank.
5.1.2
Heating
When water loading is complete, the machine automatically starts
heating. Indicator lamps L10 and L9 turn on to indicate that the heating
of the tanks and boiler is normal.
L10
L9
Display L14 indicates the “heating” message.
L11
Indicator lamp L11 turns on as soon as the machine reaches the
proper temperatures, and then it is possible to start washing.
5.1.3
Washing
P1
L1
All you have to do to start washing is put a basket in the machine
entry, up to the point where it connects with the towing system.
Indicator lamp L1 adjacent to button P1 turns on and the display
shows the movement of the basket towing system.
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If you like, you can activate and deactivate washing with button P1.
You can view the temperatures or information about the wash by
pressing button P5
P5
You will find detailed information in Chapter 5.3 Display functions.
L12
Indicator lamp L12 indicates when a basket, exiting the machine,
reaches the end of the surface.
The rack stops until the basket is removed.
You can stop the machine at any time by pressing buttons P1
and/or P2.
Note:
If the basket is not removed within a few minutes, the machine will turn
off the rinse, wash, pre-wash and lastly the drying zones, in sequence
All you have to do to completely restart the machine is remove the
basket from the end of the surface.
CAUTION: DO NOT REMOVE THE BASKET FROM THE MACHINE
BEFORE IT HAS COMPLETELY EXITED THE TUNNEL.
5.1.4
P3
L5
Wash programs
You can select the basket speed and then the wash program with
button P3
L6
L5 on: High basket speed.
Select this program for washing kitchenware with normal
grime.
L7
L6 on: Slow basket speed.
Select this program for washing kitchenware with abundant
grime.
L7 on: Intermittent speed.
This program lets you wash objects such as small baking
tins, pots and similar objects.
P4
Use the special glasses program for washing glasses, which can be
turned on with the button
(Pre-wash off)
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STOPPING MODES AND MEANS
5.2.1
STOP DEVICE
The machine is equipped with a stop device on the control panel.
All moving parts and the wash cycle are immediately stopped when
“Button P2” is pressed.
5.3
DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
You can view the following information by pressing button P5:
“VA” = wash water temperature
“BO” = rinse water temperature
“AS” = drying air temperature
“IA” = supply water temperature
“Pr” = pre-wash water temperature
“N” = number of baskets washed
“Por” = Rinse water flow rate in litres per minute
The display will automatically return to its original condition.
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5.4
ADJUSTMENTS
You have to enter the “programming” mode in order to make any
adjustment.
Follow these instructions:
L5
L6
Press buttons P5, P4 and P3 all at the same time until L13 turns on.
L7
L13
P5
P4
P3
5.4.1
Wash water temperature adjustment
Press P3 until “TVSET” appears with the set temperature value
underneath. Increase the temperature setting with P4; decrease the
setting with P5. The value is automatically stored in the memory.
(adjustment range: from 30°C to 60°C)
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5.4.2
Rinse water temperature adjustment
Press P3 until “TBSET” appears with the set temperature value
underneath. Increase the temperature setting with P4; decrease the
setting with P5. The value is automatically stored in the memory.
(adjustment range: from 30°C to 90°C)
5.4.3
Drying air temperature adjustment
Press P3 until “TASET” appears with the set temperature value
underneath. Increase the temperature setting with P4; decrease the
setting with P5. The value is automatically stored in the memory.
(adjustment range: from 40°C to 95°C)
5.4.4
Message setting: “FEED WATER TEMPERATURE LOW”
Press P3 until “TIASET” appears with the set temperature value
underneath. Increase the temperature setting with P4; decrease the
setting with P5. The value is automatically stored in the memory.
The message is generated when the feed water temperature is lower
than the set value.
(adjustment range: from 8°C to 70°C)
5.4.5
“Termostop” function control temperature setting
Upon the user’s request, the technician can set the “termostop”
function. With this function the machine is able to stop towing the
baskets when the real temperature in the boiler is lower than the set
temperature.
Press P3 until “TSTOP” appears, the minimum rinse water
temperature below which basket towing is stopped.
Press P3 until “TSTART” appears, the water temperature setting
that permits basket towing to start.
5.4.6
“Autotimer” function time setting
The “Autotimer” function automatically stops washing if the baskets
do not enter within the set time.
Press P3 until “TAUT” appears with the time set in seconds
underneath. Press P5 to lower the time; press P4 to increase the time.
(adjustment range: from 5 seconds to 10 minutes)
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Detergent dosing setting
Press P3 until “TDD” appears. The set time corresponds to the
duration of the intermittence of the dosing pump.
You can decrease the time with P5 and increase the set time with P4.
L14
P2
P1
5.4.8
RInse aid dosing setting
Press P3 until “Tbril” appears. The set time corresponds to the
duration of the rinse aid dosing pump’s operation.
You can decrease the time with P5 and increase the set time with P4.
5.4.9
L13
P5
P4
P3
Activating the detergent level sensors
Press P3 untill “DET ALM” “off” appears. It can be changed to “Yes”
with the “detergent shortage” alarm function activated by pressing
P4.
Afterwards press P3 again and go to “BRILL ALM” “off”. It can be
changed to “Yes” with the “rinse aid shortage” alarm function
activated by pressing P4.
Press P2 to exit this condition.
It is recommended to activate these functions only if the machine is
equipped with the special level sensors.
5.5
LANGUAGE SETTING
You can select or change the desired language from the following:
Italian, English, German, French, Spanish.
Keep buttons P1 P2 P5 P4 pressed simultaneously for a few seconds.
KEY 0 will appear. Now press P4 repeatedly until KEY 19 appears.
Then press P2 and BAUDRATE 0 will appear.
Press P3 and you will see Language 0. The number indicates the
language selected. You can select the number corresponding to the
desired language by pressing P5 and P4.
Languages:
0 = ITALIAN
1 = ENGLISH
2 = GERMAN
3 = FRENCH
4 = SPANISH
5 = SERBO-CROAT
Exit programming by pressing P2, and the selection will be saved in
the memory.
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5.6
FINAL OPERATIONS
a) Stop the machine by pressing the line button
b) Switch off the main wall switch and open the doors making sure
they are securely hooked on their safety supports.
c) Remove the horizontal filters being careful not to drop food particles
into the wash tank.
d) Remove the vertical drawer filter and empty it. With a stiff brush
rinse both the horizontal filters and drawer filter.
e) Remove the overflow and let the tank empty. Then carefully wash
the bottom of the tank with running water. Carefully wash the curtains
at the entrance and exit.
f) When the tank is empty remove any remaining residue. Only at this
point remove the pump safety filter and wash it under running water.
g) Clean the outside of the machine when it is cold, use a sponge and
products that are not foamy, acidic or abrasive.
h) Put the overflows, safety filters and tray filters back in. The machine
is now ready to be used.
WARNING:
Do
not wash the machine with direct
streams of water or at a high pressure as possible
infiltration of water in the electrical components could
compromise the working order of the machine and safety
systems, and forfeiture of the warranty.
It is advisable to leave the doors open so that bad
odours do not form.
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SELF-DIAGNOSIS
The machine is able to recognize various alarm or malfunction
situations. Every malfunction is notified by messages generated on the
display
Error code
Message displayed
ER 01
LOW WATER
ER 04
LOADING FAILURE
ER 05
TANK PROBE
OPEN
TANK PROBE
SHORT-CIRCUITED
BOILER PROBE
OPEN
BOILER PROBE
SHORT-CIRCUITED
PUMP FAILURE
ER 06
ER 07
ER 08
ER 13
ER 14
ER 15
ER 16
ER 17
ER 18
ER 19
ER 20
TOWING SYSTEM
FAILURE
DRYING PROBE
OPEN
DRYING PROBE SHORTCIRCUITED
WATER ENTRY
PROBE OPEN
WATER ENTRY
PROBE SHORTCIRCUITED
PRE-WASH PROBE OPEN
PRE-WASH PROBE
SHORT-CIRCUITED
SAFE
BOILER HI
BOILER LO
TANK HI
TANK LO
WATER FLOW RATE
TOO HIGH
WATER FLOW RATE
TOO LOW
ENTRY WATER
TEMPERATURE
LOW
REPLACE TANK
WATER
PRE-WASH WATER
TEMPERATURE
TOO HIGH
DRYING TEMPERATURE
TOO HIGH
Description
The alarm is displayed when the feed water flow meter detects a
flow rate insufficient for ensuring that the kitchenware put in is
rinsed.
The alarm is displayed when the machine does not load water
properly.
This alarm means that the tank temperature sensor is not working
properly.
This alarm means that the tank temperature sensor is not working
properly.
This alarm means that the boiler temperature sensor is not working
properly.
This alarm means that the boiler temperature sensor is not working
properly.
This alarm indicates a malfunctioning of the wash/pre-wash motor
pumps.
This alarm indicates a malfunctioning of the basket towing motor.
This alarm means that the drying temperature sensor is not working
properly.
This alarm means that the drying temperature sensor is not working
properly.
This alarm means that the water entry temperature sensor is not
working properly.
This alarm means that the water entry temperature sensor is not
working properly.
This alarm means that the pre-wash temperature sensor is not
working properly.
This alarm means that the pre-wash temperature sensor is not
working properly.
This alarm is displayed when any safety temperature thermostat has
intervened.
It may be displayed even if the towing system is loaded too heavily
or if there is a jam.
High boiler temperature
Boiler water frozen
High tank temperature
Tank water frozen
This message is displayed when the entry water flow rate is too high,
to such an extent as to be unable to be perfectly heated by the
boiler.
This message is displayed when the entry water flow rate is not
enough to ensure good rinsing.
This message indicates that the machine is fed with water having too
low a temperature, meaning that the boiler is unable to heat it
properly.
This message is displayed when the wash water has not been
replaced for 1 working day.
This message is displayed when the pre-wash cooling system is not
working properly.
The result of the final wash could be jeopardized.
This message is displayed when the drying system is working at too
high a temperature, meaning that the drying resistances or even the
objects being dried could be ruined.
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All alarm or malfunction situations are also indicated by indicator lamp
L4 turning on
It is recommended that you contact a certified technician and, if
requested, communicate the displayed failure code.
The technician may connect to the machine by phone to carry out a
diagnosis before making a service call.
(Consult the attached instructions for making the telediagnosis
connection).
CAP.6
6.1
MAINTENANCE
GENERAL RULES
Rack conveyor machines are designed to reduce maintenance
requirements.
It is necessary to observe the following rules to make the machine last
long, work without problems and stay in perfect working order:
- keep the machine clean and in good condition
- avoid making temporary or urgent repairs frequently
It is very important to observe the maintenance
instructions; check all the different parts of the machine
periodically, so that no anomaly can occur, thus
anticipating the time and equipment needed for any
maintenance work.
6.2
MAINTENANCE SAFETY RULES
Every maintenance operation must be compatible and in compliance
with operator safety regulations.
The general wall switch must be in the “0” position when work is done
on the electric circuit, in order to safely work inside the electric panel.
6.3
20 DAY MAINTENANCE
Dismantle the wash arms (turning them counterclockwise), carefully
wash them by opening the lid at the top and replace them.
Dismantle the rubber curtains and clean them with a brush under
running water.
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2 MONTH MAINTENANCE
Any large calcium deposits inside the machine can be removed with a
product used for scale removal, following the manufacturer’s
instructions or calling a qualified technician. After descaling rinse the
machine with abundant water.
Check that the safety devices work.
If the steam condensation battery is dirty, dismantle it and clean it with
compressed air.
REMEMBER THAT:
All mechanical and electromechanical machine components are
nevertheless subject to physical wear, so it is mandatory that a
certified technician periodically carry out checks and inspections
on:
• Towing system shoes
• Wash/rinse motor pump seals
• Door guides and springs
• Electromagnetic switches
• Safety devices
It is also mandatory to test and check devices that are not part of
the machine as well, such as: proper operation of the residual
current device, good earthing system, automatic circuit breakers
and/or electric line fuses, all electric conductors, the condition of
the water pipes, drain system, proper operation the measuring
devices, if any.
6.5
DIAGRAMS AND DESIGNS FOR MAINTENANCE
PERSONNEL
The following diagrams are attached to this manual:
- Diagrams of the installation showing the overall dimensions and
power supply connections.
- Diagram with all the technical specifications.
- Diagram of the electrical system.
- Diagram of the thermal protection settings and fuse sizes.
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CAP.7
7.1
DISMANTLING
DISMANTLING THE MACHINE
Our machines are not made of materials that require particular
disposal procedures.
7.2
INFORMATION FOR USERS
This marking shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it
should not be disposed with other household wastes at the end of its
working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human
health from uncotrolled waste disposal please separate this from other
types of wastes and recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable
reuse of material resources.
Hausehold user shold contact either the retailer where they purchased
this product or their local government office, for where and how they can
take this item for environmentally safe recycling
Business usures should contact theis supplier and check the terms and
conditions of the puchase contract. This product should not be mixed
with other commercial wastes for disposal
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