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INSTALLATION MANUAL
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INTRODUCTION ..............................................................................................................................
INSTALLATION OF THE APPLIANCE ............................................................................................
PLUMBING CONNECTIONS ..........................................................................................................
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Water supply ......................................................................................................................
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Draining .............................................................................................................................
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS .......................................................................................................
SAFETY PROVISIONS AND USER TRAINING ............................................................................
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USE AND MAINTENANCE
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INTRODUCTION ..............................................................................................................................
PREPARATION OF THE MACHINE ...............................................................................................
REGULATIONS AND CHECKS .......................................................................................................
3.1
Operating temperatures ....................................................................................................
3.2
Controls .............................................................................................................................
OPERATION .....................................................................................................................................
4.1
Instructions for use ............................................................................................................
4.2
Washing tips ......................................................................................................................
MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................................................
5.1
Routine maintenance ........................................................................................................
5.2
Periodic maintenance .......................................................................................................
5.3
Machine idle ......................................................................................................................
5.4
Sterilization .........................................................................................................................
Enclousures
location of elctric components
wiring diagram
technical sheet
declaration of conformity
electrical testing report
Technical installation instructions
1. INTRODUCTION
temperature is equal to the values given in technical sheet.
To obtain good washing results, we recommended that the hardness
of the supply water be within 7 and 12°F.
If the hardness of the water is higher than 12°F and the machine
has no built-in water softener, we recommend installing a water
softener upstream from the fill-up solenoid valve, rated for 5-7°F
residual hardness.
Good machine operation depends entirely on compliance with these
values. Use a flexible hose to connect the fill-up solenoid valve to
the supply tap. In case of accidental break-down demand to the
after-sale service an hose with the same sizes. The inlet hose must
be conform to the EN50084 norm sez. 22.106: nominal pressure
10 bar (1000 kPa); explosion pressure 20 bar (2000 kPa). Respect
all current National or Regional regulations.
The glasswashers have been conceived and realised in conformity
with the following norms:
• Low Voltage Directive;
• EN 60335-1 Electirc Appliances’ Security;
• EN 60335-52 Particular Norms regarding dishwashers for catering.
The instructions contained in this manual provide important
information regarding safety for installing, operating and maintaining
the appliance. The manufacturer recommends that this manual be
carefully stored in the wash area where it can be consulted by
technicians and operators.
Installation must be carried out according to the manufacturer's instructions and by professionally qualified and expert persons.
This appliance must be connected to supply mains through a main
switch only.
Install the electrical, water and drain lines in the wash area according
to the instructions given in the technical sheet of the machine.
3.2 Draining
The drain pipe must be connected to a well or to an air-trap made
in the floor. Make sure that the drain pipelines in the wash area are
not choked and that they afford a quick water outflow. The wall drain
pipe must withstand a minimum temperature of 70°C.
This appliance has a gravity drain, therefore the outlet of dishwasher
should be lower than the tank inlet.
2. INSTALLATION OF THE APPLIANCE
Carry the machine to the installation site and remove its packaging
materials (plastic bags,polystyrene,nails etc.can be dangerous).
Check that the appliance is in perfect condition. If it shows signs
of damage, immediately inform the seller and the shipper of this
damage. If there is any doubt do not use the appliance until it has
been checked by authorised personnel.
THE MANUFACTURER CANNOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR
DAMAGE CAUSED BY THE SHIPPER.
THE PERSON ACCEPTING DELIVERY IS RESPONSIBLE FOR
CHECKING FOR DAMAGE AND SHOULD SEND ANY CLAIMS
DIRECTLY TO THE SHIPPER RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DAMAGE.
Put the machine in position, being careful to level it perfectly by
rotating the adjustable feet. The appliance is for undercounter
installation in this case the side and back walls can adhere to the
appliance's ones while it is necessary to have a minimum distance
of 2 cm in the upper part. To prevent damage caused by steam
coming out of the appliance during normal operation, make sure
that any nearby material will not deteriorate if it comes into contact
with the same. Before connecting the machine to the water and
electric mains, make sure the general characteristics and data,
furnished by the manufacturer on the nameplate (C-3) and the
technical sheet, have been taken into due consideration when
preparing the installation site. Repairs must be done exclusively
with original spare parts. Only these, in fact, can guarantee perfect
conformity of our machines with design data.
Repairs not carried out by qualified personnel and with non
original spare parts, will invalidate the guarantee.
4. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
An efficient earthing system guarantees the safety of the
appliance and its operator. This is an essential requirement that
must be checked and, if in doubt, have the entire electric system
checked by the professionally qualified personnel who made the
connections to the electric mains.
The manufacturer waives all responsibility for any damage
caused by lack of an adequate earthing system for the appliance.
It is strictly forbidden to use plug adapters, multiplication plugs and
extension cords. Check that the electric power supply complies with
technical specifications (C-3). The machine must be connected to
an equipotential system, in accordance with local regulations.
Connect using the clamp with the marking , placed on the back
base of the machine (C-9) and using a terminal conform to a 10mm
2 section, as per norm CEI 64.8.
Connection to electric mains must be done using a multipolar
magnetothermic differential switch rated with a contact gap equal
to or greater than 3 mm.
When selecting the type and size of the power cable, bear in mind
the distance between the machine and the power point, the installed
power indicated on the ratings plate (C-3) and the mains voltage.
The cross section of the cables must not be less than 2.5 mm².
Avoid any strain on the power cable.
Use a H07RN-F cable if the power cable needs to be replaced
connecting it to the terminal box placed on the back of the machine.
The installation must be conform to CEI 64.8 (IEC 364) norm.
3. PLUMBING CONNECTIONS
5. SAFETY PROVISIONS AND USER TRAINING
3.1 Water supply
Before connecting the appliance, make sure that there is a gate
valve between it and the water mains in order to be able to shut off
the water supply when necessary or in case of repair.
Insert a non-return valve between the gate valve and the machine
connection. This non-return valve must conform to European (en
50084) or National Standards and is not supplied with the machine.
An installation kit exists which can be obtained from your local
authorized dealer. Minimum water supply pressure, measured at
the machine water intake during final rinsing (flow pressure), must
not be less than 150 kPa (1.5 bar) or more than 400kPa (4 bar),
even when other taps are open on the same line.
To prevent pressure or load drops, we recommend that each machine
should have its own supply pipeline, that is sufficiently short and of
adequate size. If the static pressure is higher than 4 Bar, then a
pressure reducer must be installed upstream from the supply
pipeline. The supply pipeline to the machine must not have a flow
rate that is less than 15 l/min. Make sure that the supply water
The skilled personnel which make the installation and the electric
connections are required to instruct the user aptly about the operation
of the appliance and the safety provisions to be complied with. The
installer must also give the user practical demonstrations of its use
and must leave with him the written instructions which are furnished
together with the appliance itself.
This appliance is equipped with following technical documents:
• installation drawing with the relevant dimensions and electrical
connections;
• technical sheet;
• wiring diagram;
• sheet with noise level.
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Instructions for use and servicing
1. INTRODUCTION
4. OPERATION
Carefully read the instructions contained in this booklet: they provide
important information regarding operating safety and cleaning. Store
the booklet properly. This appliance is designed only for the function
for which it is specifically conceived: to wash glasses, cups, dessert
plates and similar objects. Any other use should be considered as
improper and dangerous. The appliance must only be used by
persons that are properly trained to use it. The manufacturer waives
all liability for any injury to persons or damage to property caused
by:
• disregard of these instructions;
• maintenance, adjustment or repairs not performed by professionally
qualified personnel;
• modifications, fitted devices or dispensers which somehow could
alter the original operation of the appliance.
4.1 Instructions for use
Place the basket in the tank, close the door. The cycle length can
be noticed on the data sheet. For the model without automatic detergent dosing device, pour the recommended dose of industrial nofoam detergent into the tank. If using powdered detergent, we
recommend pouring this evenly into the tank to avoid lumps. Stir
the water with a tool. The powder must be an industrial no-foam
powder. Press the "START" button (A-2). Wash cycle indicator light
(A-6) comes on and the appliance performs a full wash cycle. When
indicator light (A-6) goes off, the wash cycle is terminated. Remove
the basket from the appliance and expose it to the air to dry for a
few seconds. When the machine is running, don’t open the door.
Always use protective gloves.
4.2 Washing tips
Place cups and glasses upside down in the baskets (B). The machine
is equipped with different types of basket, specially designed for
stocking, that can stacked. Place the dessert plates in the special
basket with supports, making sure that the plate face upwards.
Place cutlery and coffee spoons with their handles facing down.
Never place silverware and stainless steel cutlery in the same
basket. This could cause the silver to burnish and the stainless
steel to corrode. When possible, rinse glasses dishes before placing
in the machine or wash with fresh water. To save on detergent and
electricity only wash when the baskets are full, but do not overload
them. Do not stack the dishes. WE RECOMMEND PRE-CLEANING
the dishes in order to minimise machine maintenance. The quality
of final wash results will be greatly improved by first removing paper,
food particles, lemon peels, toothpicks, olive pits, etc. which could
partially clog the tank filter and impair washing efficiency. We
recommend washing the dishes before food particles dry on their
surface. It is good practice, when dried food scraps are involved,
to first soak the dishes in soapy water before introducing them into
the machine.
2. PREPARATION OF THE MACHINE
Open the water tap and turn on the main switch upstream from the
machine. Close the door and push the button (A-1). The indicator
lamp (A-5) will light up. The machine will automatically fill up with
water. Once full, the boiler heating element will switch on. The
heating element activation is indicated by a lamp (A-7). When the
proper water temperature is reached, the boiler heating element is
switched off and the tank heating element is switched on.
After a few minutes the machine will be ready for use. The indicator
lamp (A-7) will switch off and you can press the START button (A2). The cycle indicator light (A-6) will switch on.
3. REGULATIONS AND CHECKS
3.1 Operating temperatures
The water supply should be at a temperature between 10°C and
50°C. The temperature of the water in the wash tank is regulated
by a thermostat fixed at about 55°C. This temperature ensures the
proper action of the chemicals contained in industrial dishwashing
detergents. The boiler temperature, set by a thermostat, is at about
85°C. The machine is fitted with a device that ensures the correct
rinsing temperature. If the temperature of the water supply is below
that indicated in the technical data, the machine will pause during
short washing cycles until the correct rinsing temperature is reached.
5. MAINTENANCE
(N.B. only qualified personnel can remove the panels)
5.1 Routine maintenance
The machine MUST BE cleaned inside at least twice a day or
whenever there are solid particles in the wash pump filter (C-4).
Drain the water by unplugging the overflow (C-2). When the machine
is completely empty, remove the filter and clean it. Clean the tank
and remove any small residues and solid particles. Make sure that
the rotary wash arms (C-6) are free to rotate. If the nozzle holes
are clogged by solid particles, remove them carefully with a fine
tipped tool. Leave the appliance door open for the entire period. To
avoid oxidation or chemical attack hazards in general, the steel
surfaces of the appliance must be kept thoroughly clean.
Never wash the appliance with high pressure or direct jets of
water, since water could penetrate into electrical devices and
prejudice the efficient operation of the appliance and its safety
systems. Inobservance of this instruction will invalidate the guarantee.
NEVER USE THE MACHINE WITHOUT THE PUMP PROTECTION
FILTER.
3.2 Checks
Before starting to use the machine, the following checks should be
made:
1) Check the water level and its temperature.
2) Check the rinsing agent level.
3) Check the temperature of the water supply.
4) Check the washing agents (supply tube filled, tank holes are not
clogged).
• When filling the wash tank the first time, the water must stop
entering when its level is 1 cm. from the top level of the overflow
plug filter (C-2).
• Water must be distributed, at high pressure, from all the sprayers.
The rotary wash (C-6) and rinsing arms (C-7) must be free to
rotate due to the pressure of the water.
• The washing and rinsing water temperatures must correspond to
the temperatures indicated in paragraph 3.1 "Operating
temperatures".
• With every wash cycle the dispensers must draw the proper
amount of rinsing agent. Check the level of the liquid in the
container and, if necessary, replace it or top it up.
• The pump filter (C-4) must be clean.
When the wash cycle is terminated, the perfectly clean dishes must
dry almost instantly by evaporation the moment the basket is
removed from the appliance.
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Instructions for use and servicing
5.2 Periodic Maintenance
(to be done at least every 2-3 days)
• Drain the water completely from the appliance.
• Turn the appliance off by pushing the line button on position "O".
• Turn off the electric power supply by disconnecting the main
switch installed upstream from the appliance.
• Remove the pump filter (C-4) and clean it.
• Dismantle the upper and lower rinsing arms (C-7) by unscrewing
their central fastening ring nut.
• Check and clean all the sprayers.
• Dismantle the upper and lower wash arms (C-6) by removing them
from the rotary pivots.
• Check and clean all the jets.
• Thoroughly clean the tank.
• Replace all the parts that were removed, proceeding in the re
verse order.
• Leave the appliance door open for the entire period that the
appliance is at rest, to make the internal surfaces completely dry
and to avoid smells.
• Clean the outer surfaces of the appliance with soap and water.
Rinse these surfaces and dry them with care.
Never clean stainless steel with steel shavings, wool or brushes.
Lime deposits and scale will build up on the inner surfaces of the
boiler tank, the pipelines and tank due to calcium and magnesium
salts present in the water.
These scales and deposits can prejudice proper appliance operation.
The appliance must be periodically descaled and we recommend
that this be done by an expert.
If the machine fails to operate correctly or breaks down, disconnect
from the electricity mains and call a qualified service centre.
5.3 Machine idle
Whenever the appliance will be inactive for a long period of time,
follow these steps for hygiene purposes:
• fill the machine with water (no detergent);
• make a few wash cycles without any dishes;
• drain the machine completely.
Repeat these steps until the drained water is clean and free of any
residues of dirt or detergent.
Grease steel surfaces with vaseline oil if the machine will be inactive
for long periods. Have an expert drain all the water out from the
boiler and the internal circuits to avoid the danger of ice formation.
5.4 Sterilization
At least once a week, sterilize the machine by using specific
disinfectants, finishing with repeated rinsing for several minutes (fill
the tank without the over-flow (E-8).
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