ASC-L / ASCS-L ASC-L / ASCS-L ser

Rev. 0909
service gelato and ice cream
Installation
& Operation
Manual
/CHINO
ASC-L / ASCS-L
ASC-L / ASCS-L
lift up curved or straight glass, refrigerated
service gelato and ice cream case
P/N IGSF-ASC-L/ASCS-l-0909
INSTALLATION & OPERATION GUIDE
IGSF-ASC-L/ASCS-L-0909
General Instructions
Table of Contents
This Booklet Contains Information on:
ASC-L/ASCS-L: Lift-up curved or straight glass refrigerated
service Gelato and Ice Cream Merchandiser
Shipping Damage
All equipment should be thoroughly examined for shipping
damage before and during unloading.
This equipment has been carefully inspected at our factory
and the carrier has assumed responsibility for safe arrival.
If damaged, either apparent or concealed, claim must be
made to the carrier.
Apparent Loss or Damage
If there is an obvious loss or damage, it must be noted on
the freight bill or express receipt and signed by the carrier’s
agent; otherwise, carrier may refuse claim. The carrier will
supply necessary claim forms.
Concealed Loss or Damage
When loss or damage is not apparent until after equipment
is uncrated, a claim for concealed damage is made. Make
request in writing to carrier for inspection within 15 days,
and retain all packaging. The carrier will supply inspection
report and required claim forms.
Shortages
Check your shipment for any possible shortages of
material. If a shortage should exist and is found to be the
responsibility of Hussmann Chino, notify Hussmann Chino.
If such a shortage involves the carrier, notify the carrier
immediately, and request an inspection. Hussmann Chino
will acknowledge shortages within ten days from receipt
of equipment.
Hussmann Chino Product Control
The serial number and shipping date of all equipment
has been recorded in Hussmann’s files for warranty and
replacement part purposes. All correspondence pertaining
to warranty or parts ordering must include the serial number
of each piece of equipment involved, in order to provide
the customer with the correct parts.
General Instructions........................................................................... 2
Cut and Plan Views............................................................................. 3
Installation............................................................................................ 3
Location.......................................................................................................... 3
Uncrating the Stand........................................................................................ 3
Exterior Loading.............................................................................................. 3
Setting and Joining......................................................................................... 3
Leveling........................................................................................................... 4
Joint Trim........................................................................................................ 4
Bumper Installation Instructions...................................................................... 5
Plumbing.............................................................................................. 9
Waste Outlet and P-TRAP.............................................................................. 9
Installing Condensate Drain............................................................................ 9
Refrigeration........................................................................................ 9
Gelato/Soft Ice Cream.................................................................................... 9
Refrigerant Type............................................................................................. 9
Refrigeration Lines.......................................................................................... 9
Control Settings.............................................................................................. 9
Control Settings-Self Contained...................................................................... 9
Access to TX Valves and Drain Lines........................................................... 10
Electronic Expansion Valve (Optional).......................................................... 10
Thermostatic Expansion Valve Location....................................................... 10
Expansion Valve Adjustment......................................................................... 10
Measuring the Operating Superheat............................................................. 10
T-STAT Location............................................................................................ 10
Piping............................................................................................................ 10
Refrigeration Data..........................................................................................11
Defrost Data...................................................................................................11
Physical Data.................................................................................................11
Glycol Requirements......................................................................................11
Paragon ERC 2 Electronic Controller for Self Contained Cases.. 12
Features / Benefits........................................................................................ 12
Operation and Functions............................................................................... 12
Defrost.......................................................................................................... 13
Setpoint......................................................................................................... 13
Graphic Description / Dimensions................................................................. 13
Control Wiring............................................................................................... 13
Wiring Installation Procedure........................................................................ 14
Programming................................................................................................ 14
Error Codes................................................................................................... 17
Technical Specifications................................................................................ 17
Output Relay Ratings:................................................................................... 17
Electrical............................................................................................ 18
Wiring Color Code......................................................................................... 18
Electrical Circuit Identification....................................................................... 18
Electrical Service Receptacles (When Applicable)....................................... 18
Field Wiring and Serial Plate Amperage....................................................... 18
Ballast Location............................................................................................. 18
ASHRAE Color Code.................................................................................... 18
User Information................................................................................ 19
Stocking........................................................................................................ 19
Case Cleaning.............................................................................................. 19
Stainless Steel Cleaning and Care............................................................... 19
Cleaning Glass and Mirrors.......................................................................... 20
Non-Glare Glass Cleaning............................................................................ 20
Plexiglass and Acrylic Care........................................................................... 20
Cleaning........................................................................................................ 20
Antistatic Coatings........................................................................................ 21
Maintenance....................................................................................... 21
Replacing Fluorescent Lamps...................................................................... 21
T-5 Bulbs....................................................................................................... 21
Evaporator Fans........................................................................................... 21
Copper Coils................................................................................................. 21
Tips and Troubleshooting.............................................................................. 21
Glass Adjustment and Replacement............................................... 22
Glass Replacement and Adjustment Instructions......................................... 22
Electrical Wiring Diagrams............................................................... 22
Wiring Diagrams................................................................................ 23
Appendices........................................................................................ 29
Appendix A. - Temperature Guidelines......................................................... 29
Appendix B. - Application Recommendations............................................... 29
Appendix C. - Field Recommendations........................................................ 29
Appendix D. - Recommendations to User..................................................... 30
Keep this booklet with the case at all times for future reference.
/CHINO
This equipment is to be installed
to comply with the applicable
NEC, Federal, State , and Local
Plumbing and Construction
Code ha ving jurisdiction.
A publication of HUSSMANN® Chino
13770 Ramona Avenue • Chino, California 91710
(909) 628-8942 FAX
(909) 590-4910
(800) 395-9229
Rev. 0909
Cut and Plan Views
8 3/4"
4 3/4"
CL
22 1/4"
17 3/4"
23"
34"
45"
24"
6"
DRAIN
CL
24"
2"
REF.
REF.
43 3/8"
Lights
(T-8)
11"
17 5/8"
CASE FRONT
11"
1"
1"
8'-2"
(VARIABLE LENGTHS)
29 1/2"
43 3/8"
9 3/4"
ASC-L
4 1/8"
Plan View
Scale = 1/4"
ASC-L
Frozen Food Service Case
Scale = 1/2"
DRAIN
CL
REF.
24"
6"
2"
REF.
45"
30"
CL
24"
23"
45 5/8"
4 1 /8 "
8 7/8"
8 3/4"
11 5/8"
6 3/8"
23 1/4"
20"
CASE FRONT
11"
1"
8'-2"
1"
(VARIABLE LENGTHS)
ASCS-L
11 1/2"
29 1/2"
45"
Plan View
4"
Scale = 1/4"
ASCS-L
Single Deck Frozen Service
Scale = 1/2"
Installation
Location
The refrigerated merchandisers have been designed for
use only in air conditioned stores where temperature and
humidity are maintained at or below 75°F and 55% relative
humidity. DO NOT allow air conditioning, electric fans, ovens,
open doors or windows (etc.) to create air currents around
the merchandiser, as this will impair its correct operation.
Product temperature should always be maintained at a
constant and proper temperature. This means that from the
time the product is received, through storage, preparation
and display, the temperature of the product must be
controlled to maximize life of the product.
Exterior Loading
These models have not been structurally designed to
support excessive external loading. Do not walk on their
tops; This could cause serious personal injury and damage
to the fixture.
Setting and Joining
The sectional construction of these models enable them to
be joined in line to give the effect of one continuous display.
A joint trim kit is supplied with each joint.
Lift-up / Tilt-out Glass-Where Applicable
In addition to verifying that the Allen screws on the lift up
glass are tightened when the case is delivered, RECHECK
THE ALLEN SCREWS ON THE GLASS ONCE THE
CASE IS IN FULL OPERATION AND BROUGHT TO
TEMPERATURE.
Temperature changes can affect the size and shape of the
materials involved, and can cause changes in the secure
fit of the glass and the clamp(s).
Uncrating the Stand
Place the fixture as close to its permanent position as
possible. Remove the top of the crate. Detach the walls
from each other and remove from the skid. Unbolt the case
from the skid. The fixture can now be lifted off the crate
skid. Lift only at base of stand!
IGSF-ASC-L/ASCS-L-0909
Installation (Cont'd)
Leveling
IMPORTANT! IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT CASES
BE LEVELED FROM FRONT TO BACK AND SIDE
TO SIDE PRIOR TO JOINING. A LEVEL CASE IS
NECESSARY TO INSURE PROPER OPERATION,
WATER DRAINAGE, GLASS ALIGNMENT, AND
OPERATION OF THE HINGES SUPPORTING THE
GLASS. LEVELING THE CASE CORRECTLY WILL
SOLVE MOST HINGE OPERATION PROBLEMS.
6. Slide second case up to first case snugly. Then level
second case to the first case so glass front, bumper
and top are flush.
7. To compress silicone at joint, use two Jurgenson
wood clamps. Make sure case is level from front to
back and side to side on inside bulkheads at joint.
8. Attach sections together via a 2 bolts located in the
base of the case. Secure the overhead structure by
bolting the bracket, located inside behind lights.
NOTE: A. To avoid removing concrete flooring, begin lineup
leveling from the highest point of the store floor. B. When wedges are involved in a lineup, set them first.
All cases were leveled and joined prior to shipment to
insure the closest possible fit when cases are joined in
the field. When joining, use a carpenters level and shim
legs accordingly. Case must be raised correctly, under legs
where support is best, to prevent damage to case.
1. Check level of floor where cases are to be set.
Determine the highest point of the floor; cases will
be set off this point.
2. Set first case, and adjust legs over the highest part
of the floor so that case is level. Prevent damagecase must be raised under leg or by use of 2x6 or
2x4 leg brace. Remove side and back leg braces
after case is set.
3. Set second case as close as possible to the
first case, and level case to the first using the
instructions in step one.
4. Apply masking tape 1/8" in from end of case on
inside and outside rear mullion on both cases to be
joined.
5. Apply liberal bead of case joint sealant (butyl) to
dotted area shown in (Fig.2, #1) of first case. Apply
heavy amount to cover entire shaded area.
DO NOT USE PERMAGUM!
Do not use cam locks to pull cases together.
9. Apply bead of silicone to top of bulkheads and slip
on stainless steel bulkhead cap. Also apply silicone
to seam between overhead light tubes.
Joint Trim
After cases have been leveled and joined, and refrigeration,
electrical, and wasted piping work completed, install the
splashguards. Fasten along the top edge, or center, with
#10 X 3/3" sheet metal screws.
DO NOT SEAL JOINT TRIM TO FLOOR!
GLASS BREAKAGE MAY OCCUR!
Retighten glass along glass clamp after
leveling and first time case is brought
to full operating temperature!
It is the contractor’s responsibility to install
case(s) according to local construction and
health codes
Rev. 0909
Installation (Cont'd)
Bumper Installation Instructions
Step 2: Use silicone lubricant to help the bumperslide into the channel.
Step 1: Make sure the aluminum channel and end caps are installed.
Step 3: Starting on one end: while inserting the bumper, push it up against the end cap to prevent the bumper from shrinking after installation (when it gets cold).
Step 4: As you insert the bumper into the channel with one hand, pull the bumper toward you with the other to open the inside lips. Slowly apply pressure by rolling the bumper into the track.
IGSF-ASC-L/ASCS-L-0909
Installation (Cont'd)
Boston Series 2000
NOTE: Flexible top: Over cut vinyl 1/8" for every 4' section for the flexible top to ensure a proper fit.
NOTE: Rigid Top: Do not over cut.
1. Attach the base and end/corner cap to the desired surface by inserting #8 pan head screws through the pre-slotted
holes in both the end cap and the base. Insert screws through the two holes of end cap and tighten.
2a. Flexible Top: Butt end of the vinyl top against end/corner cap. While applying pressure, bend back vinyl top so that
vinyl legs are positioned within the base grooves. Roll vinyl top over full length of base, then tap with rubber mallet
to ensure vinyl is securely locked into the base.
2b. Rigid Top: Snap the Rigid Top over the Rigid Base.
3. If necessary wipe clean with any household cleaning product.
Helpful Hints:
● For best results, before cutting, install a scrap piece of base into vinyl top to achieve a clean cut.
● Set the uncoiled flexible vinyl at room temperature 24 hours prior to installation.
● Lubricate the inside of the vinyl with soapy water or silicone before installing.
● Over cut the flexible vinyl and compression fit. Adding the additional materials will compensate for stretching which
occurs during installation.
Rev. 0909
Installation (Cont'd)
Boston 2000 Eco Series
1. Attach the base and end/corner cap to the desired surface by inserting #8 pan head screws through the pre-slotted
holes in both the end cap and the base. Insert screws through the two holes of end cap and tighten.
2a. Flexible Top: Butt end of the vinyl top against end/corner cap. While applying pressure, bend back vinyl top so that
vinyl legs are positioned within the base grooves. Roll vinyl top over full length of base, then tap with rubber mallet
to ensure vinyl is securely locked into the base.
2b. Rigid Top: Snap the Rigid Top over the Rigid Base.
3. If necessary wipe clean with any household cleaning product.
Helpful Hints:
● For best results, before cutting, install a scrap piece of base into vinyl top to achieve a clean cut.
● Set the uncoiled flexible vinyl at room temperature 24 hours prior to installation.
● Lubricate the inside of the vinyl with soapy water or silicone before installing.
● Over cut the flexible vinyl and compression fit. Adding the additional materials will compensate for stretching which
occurs during installation.
IGSF-ASC-L/ASCS-L-0909
Installation (Cont'd)
Boston 1000 Series
NOTE: Flexible top: Over cut vinyl 1/8" for every 4' section for the flexible top to ensure a proper fit.
NOTE: Rigid Top: Do not over cut.
Installation
1. Attach the base and end/corner cap to the desired surface by inserting #8 pan head screws through the pre-slotted
holes in both the end cap and the base. Insert screws through the two holes of end cap and tighten.
2a. Flexible Top: Butt end of the vinyl top against end/corner cap. While applying pressure, bend back vinyl top so that
vinyl legs are positioned within the base grooves. Roll vinyl top over full length of base, then tap with rubber mallet
to ensure vinyl is securely locked into the base.
2b. Rigid Top: Snap the Rigid Top over the Rigid Base.
3. If necessary wipe clean with any household cleaning product.
Helpful Hints:
● For best results, before cutting, install a scrap piece of base into vinyl top to achieve a clean cut.
● Set the uncoiled flexible vinyl at room temperature 24 hours prior to installation.
● Lubricate the inside of the vinyl with soapy water or silicone before installing.
● Over cut the flexible vinyl and compression fit. Adding the additional materials will compensate for stretching which
occurs during installation.
Rev. 0909
Plumbing
Waste Outlet and P-TRAP
The waste outlet is located off the center of the case on
one side allowing drip piping to be run lengthwise under
the fixture.
A 1-1/2" P-TRAPS and threaded adapters are supplied with
each fixture. The P-TRAP must be installed to prevent air
leakage and insect entrance into the fixture.
3. Always provide as much down hill slope ("fall") as
possible; 1/8" per foot is the preferred minimum.
PVC pipe, when used, must be supported to
maintain the 1/8" pitch and to prevent warping.
4. Avoid long runs of condensate drains. Long runs
make it impossible to provide the "fall" necessary for
good drainage.
5. Provide a suitable air break between the flood rim of
the floor drain and outlet of condensate drain. 1" is
ideal.
6. Prevent condensate drains from freezing:
a. Do not install condensate drains in contact with
non-insulated suction lines. Suction lines should
be insulated with a non - absorbent insulation
material such as Armstrong's Armaflex.
b. Where condensate drains are located in dead
air spaces (between refrigerators or between a
refrigerator and a wall), provide means to prevent
freezing. The water seal should be insulated to
prevent condensation.
NOTE: PVC-DWV solvent cement is recommended. Follow the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Installing Condensate Drain
Poorly or improperly installed condensate drains can
seriously interfere with the operation of this refrigerator, and
result in costly maintenance and product losses. Please
follow the recommendations listed below when installing
condensate drains to insure a proper installation:
1. Never use pipe for condensate drains smaller
than the nominal diameter of the pipe or P-TRAP
supplied with the case.
2. When connecting condensate drains, the P-TRAP
must be used as part of the condensate drain
to prevent air leakage or insect entrance. Store
plumbing system floor drains should be at least 14"
off the center of the case to allow use of the P-TRAP
pipe section. Never use two water seals in series in
any one line. Double P-TRAPS in series will cause a
lock and prevent draining.
Refrigeration
Gelato/Soft Ice Cream
These display cases are designed to hold product at
temperatures that will allow operators to scoop or dip gelato
and soft ice cream into cones, containers or dishes. The
temperatures will fall in the range of plus 4°F to plus 12°F
depending on amount of sugar and butter fat in product.
The temperature and condition of product must be checked
after being in case the first four hours of operation. Because
of the sensitive condition of these products, defrost is very
critical. The fans do NOT run during defrost periods. The
maximum time is 20 minutes for electric and 10 minutes for
hot gas and Kool Gas. The fans are on a 2 minute delay
after defrost to avoid adding heat to case.
If, because of ambient conditions, the defrost must be
changed, amount of defrosts not time is necessary. i.e., 3
by 20 minutes instead of 2 x 40 minutes.
NOTE: The standard coil is piped at 5/8” (suction); however,
the store tie-in may vary depending on the number of
coils and the draw the case has. Depending on the case
setup, the connecting point in the store may be 5/8”, 7/8”,
or 11/8”. Refer to the particular case you are hooking up.
Refrigerant lines should be sized as shown on the
refrigeration legend furnished by the store.
Install P-TRAPS (oil traps) at the base of all suction line
vertical risers.
Pressure drop can rob the system of capacity. To keep the
pressure drop to a minimum, keep refrigerant line run as
short as possible, using the minimum number of elbows.
Where elbows are required, use long radius elbows only.
Control Settings
See ASC-L/ASCS-L technical data sheet for the appropriate
settings for your merchandiser. Maintain these parameters
to achieve near constant product temperatures. Product
temperature should be measured first thing in the morning,
after having been refrigerated overnight. Defrost times
should as directed in the ASC-L/ASCS-L technical data
sheet. The number of defrosts per day should never
change. The duration of the defrost cycle may be adjusted
to meet conditions present at your location.
Refrigerant Type
The standard refrigerant will be R-404 unless otherwise
specified on the customer order. Check the serial plate on
the case for information.
Piping for more than one case on a condensing unit is run
underground with either common suction and liquid lines
from the machine room or individual suction and liquid lines
joined together in the machine room.
Control Settings-Self Contained
On Self Contained cases all functions, defrost, fans,
temperature are controlled by Pagon ERC-2 controller. See
ASC-L/ASCS-L technical data sheet for proper temperature
and defrost settings.
Refrigeration Lines
Liquid
3/8” O.D.
Suction
5/8” O.D.
IGSF-ASC-L/ASCS-L-0909
Refrigeration (Cont'd)
Access to TX Valves and Drain Lines
Mechanical - Remove product from end of case. Remove
product racks. Remove refrigeration and drain access
panels (labeled). TX valve (mechanical only) and drain are
located under each access panel at end of the case.
Electronic - The Electronic Expansion valve master and
slave cylinder(s) are located within the electrical access
panel(s).
T-STAT Location
Thermostats are located within the electrical raceway. The
raceway location is dependent on the style of the front panel
and whether the case is going to be pushed up against a
wall. (See Diagram)
Standard Case
T-Stat Location
Electronic Expansion Valve (Optional)
A wide variety of electronic expansion valves and case
controllers can be utilized. Please refer to EEV and
controller manufacturers information sheet. Sensors for
electronic expansion valves will be installed on the coil inlet,
coil outlet, and in the discharge air. (Some supermarkets
require a 4th sensor in the return air). Case controllers will
be located in the electrical raceway or under the case.
Ballasts
Gelato Case
T-Stat Location
In all cases, the thermostat is located on the same side of
the case. If you are looking at the case from the front, it is
the right-hand side. If you are looking at the case from the
back, it is the left-hand side.
Thermostatic Expansion Valve Location
This device is located on the same side as the refrigeration
stub. An Alco balanced port expansion valve model
is furnished as standard equipment, unless otherwise
specified by customer.
Expansion Valve Adjustment
Expansion valves must be adjusted to fully feed the
evaporator. Before attempting any adjustments, make
sure the evaporator is either clear or very lightly covered
with frost, and that the fixture is within 10°F of its expected
operating temperature.
It is the contractor’s responsibility to install
case(s) according to local construction and
health codes
Piping
The refrigerant line outlets are located under the fixture at
the left end when viewed from the back. Insulate suction
lines to prevent condensation drippage.
Measuring the Operating Superheat
1. Determine the suction pressure with an accurate
pressure gauge at the evaporator outlet.
2. From a refrigerant pressure temperature chart,
determine the saturation temperature at the
observed suction pressure.
3. Measure the temperature of the suction gas at the
thermostatic remote bulb location.
4. Subtract the saturation temperature obtained in step
No. 2 from the temperature measured in step No. 3.
5. The difference is superheat.
6. Set the superheat for 5°F - 7°F.
10
Rev. 0909
Refrigeration (Cont'd)
Refrigeration Data
Defrost Data
Electric Defrost Option
Frequency Hrs 24
OFFTIME
Temp Term °F 54
Failsafe Minutes 60
Kool-Gas™ Defrost Option
Frequency Hrs 24
OFFTIME
Temp Term °F 54
Failsafe Minutes 60
Note: This data is based on store temperature and humidity
that does not exceed 75F and 55% R.H.
Frozen Food
Discharge Air (F) -10
Evaporator (F)
-20
Ice Cream
Discharge Air (F) -20
Evaporator (F)
-30
ASC-L 4’ Frozen Pasta (Electric
Defrost)
Physical Data
Merchandiser Drip Pipe (in.) 1 ½*
Merchandiser Liquid Line (in.) 3/8*
Merchandiser Suction Line (in.) 5/8*
Estimated Charge (lb)
4ft 1.7
6ft 2.5
8ft 3.5
10ft 4.2
12ft
5.0
*Dependent on case length and refrigerant type.
Discharge Air (F) 5
Evaporator (F)
0
Note: Not recommended to control temp by regulating coil
temp allow T-STAT to cycle and control temp.
Btu/hr/ft*
Frozen Food
Parallel
650
Conventional 748
Ice Cream
Parallel
800
Conventional 920
ASC-L 4’ Frozen Pasta (Electric Defrost)
Parallel
550
Conventional 633
*For all refrigeration equipment other than Hussmann use
conventional Btu values.
Glycol Requirements
GPM PSI
N/A N/A
N/A N/A
N/A N/A
11
IGSF-ASC-L/ASCS-L-0909
Paragon ERC 2 Electronic Controller for Self Contained Cases
Adjustable Short Cycle Protection Extra protection for
the equipment.
Non-volatile memory The programmed parameters will
remain in the memory.
Capacitor Carry Over for the Clock It maintains the
correct time-of-day for up to 100 hours.
Microprocessor-Based Electronics High reliability and
repeatability.
Fcc Compliance*
This device complies with CFR 47, Part 15, Class A FCC
Requirements. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions,
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference and
(2) This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
Canadian Compliance*
This digital apparatus meets all of the Industry Canada,
ICES-003, Class A requirements (Canadian InterferenceCausing Equipment Regulations).
*Note: These compliance apply to NEMA 1 enclosed models
only. All modular units are the responsibility of the
purchaser to obtain the compliance.
The ERC 2 Electronic Refrigeration Control is a
microprocessor-based electronic controller designed to
control both the temperature and the defrost functions of
a commercial refrigeration unit. It can be powered by 120,
208 or 240 VAC (50 or 60Hz). The control comes with
four relay outputs: compressor, defrost, evaporator fan
and alarm.
The ERC 2 includes a digital display module that provides
readout of the temperature, time and built-in diagnostics.
The display module can be mounted locally or remotely
from the unit and it contains a touch keypad for simple
programming. For defrost control, the unit uses a real
time clock.
This control is NSF certified and it can be applied to
many different commercial refrigeration applications like
reach-ins, walk-ins, refrigerated cases or other different
products where accurate control of refrigerated space and
defrost cycles is required.
Operation and Functions
The ERC 2 features a simple way to program and operate.
Four buttons on the display module allow the user to scroll
through the functions and set the desired parameters. A
manual defrost button is used to initiate the defrost cycle
at any time.
There are two different levels of security to access the
programming features. The first one will allow the change
on the time-of-day and the set point temperature (cut-out).
The other level will allow access to the other parameters.
The programmable parameters are:
Clock
• Clock: allows time-of-day programming and choice
of display format (12 / 24 hours)
General
• Display: the display can show time-of-day, zone
temperature, evaporator temperature and it can
also cycle between zone temperature and time-of
day
• Temperature format: the control can use
temperatures in °F or °C
• Fan enable during defrost: to control the fan
operation during defrost (on or off)
• Minimum compressor off time: for short cycle
protection, between 0 and 15 min
• Minimum compressor on time: between 0 and 15
min
• Alarm delay: a time delay can be configured for the
alarm to operate (between 0 and 59 min)
Features / Benefits
Multi-function Unit Integrates defrost timer, temperature
control, defrost termination switch, fan delay switch and
digital thermometer.
Display Module for Temperature Readout Easy to read
display that can be mounted with the unit or remotely.
Temperature can be displayed in °F or °C.
Two Temperature Sensors For zone temperature and
evaporator temperature.
Choice of Defrost Methods Off cycle, hot gas or electric
heater with up to 8 defrosts per day and duration up to 4
hours.
Four Relay Outputs Compressor, defrost, evaporator fan
and alarm.
12
Rev. 0909
Paragon ERC 2 Electronic Controller for Self Contained Cases (Cont'd)
Defrost
• Defrost type: it can programmed for hot gas or
electric heater defrost. An off cycle defrost type can
be configured by selecting the electric defrost option
and not connecting any device to the defrost relay
• Number of defrosts per day: between 1 and 8. There
is also an option for 1 defrost every 48 hours
• Defrost cycle: a choice among defrost start time
(real time clock), accumulated compressor run time
or temperature initiation defrost
• Fan delay: amount of time that the fan will remain off
after defrost is terminated (0 to 15 min)
• Pump down: amount of time the compressor
remains on after defrost initiates (0 to 59 min)
• Drip time: amount of time the compressor is locked
out after defrost is terminated (0 to 59 min)
• Defrost duration time: amount of time for the
defrost duration. It also functions as a back-up for
temperature termination.
• Defrost termination temperature: temperature that
will cause the defrost to terminate (if reached before
defrost duration time)
• Fan start temperature: temperature that will cause
the fan to re-start after defrost
Setpoint
• Setpoint temperature (cut-out): a setpoint
temperature can be programmed to control the
compressor operation. The range is -40 to 60 °F
• Cut-in differential: differential between the cut-out
(setpoint) and the cut-in temperature. The range is 1
to 25 °F
• High and low temperature alarm setpoint: high and
low alarms for the temperature can be set. The
ranges are -40 to 60 °F for each of the alarms (high
and low)
Graphic Description / Dimensions
Display
Relay Board Layout
Fig. 2
Control Wiring
• All wiring should conform to the National Electric
Code and local regulations.
• Use copper conductors only.
• Electrical leads should not be taut; allow slack for
temperature change and vibration.
The wiring diagrams for the ERC 2 are shown below:
Fig. 7
208/240VAC
Fig. 1
Fig. 8
13
IGSF-ASC-L/ASCS-L-0909
Paragon ERC 2 Electronic Controller for Self Contained Cases (Cont'd)
For 208-240 VAC, change the jumpers on the connectors
located on the left side (from jumpers P3 to P4 and P5 to
P6 for 120 VAC to a jumper from P4 to P5 for 208-240
VAC), just like this diagram shows. Neutral becomes L2
in 208-240 VAC
4. Supplying Power to the Unit The power input must
be connected to the terminals on the left side of the
control (Fig. 10). Connect the 120 VAC L1 wire (or
208-240 VAC L1 wire) to the uppermost terminal
and the 120 VAC neutral (or 208-240 VAC L2 wire)
to the lowermost terminal. The terminals in the
middle are used to change the voltage of the unit.
Refer to the wiring diagram (Figs. 7 and 8) to see
how to connect the jumpers for 120 VAC or 208-240
VAC.
For the models supplied with a metal case, connect the
ground wire to the grounding lug on the bottom of the
case.
5. Reconnecting the Display Module Reconnect the
display module cable to the control.
Wiring Installation Procedure
1. Accessing the terminals
• Open the metal case to access the control
connectors. The cable can be disconnected from
the display module while the control is being
wired. Reconnect the cable before using the unit.
2. Connecting the sensors
• Connect the evaporator sensor to the lower
terminal block in the upper right corner.
• Connect the zone sensor to the upper terminal
block in the upper right corner.
Fig. 11 – Display Module Cable
Programming
The ERC 2 control initially powers up displaying 12:00 AM
otherwise it will show the last configured selection (time
or temperature). If a power outage occurs during normal
operation, the control will maintain the correct time-of-day
using a capacitor (batteries are not required). The time
will be maintained for up to 100 hours when the capacitor
is fully charged.
To initiate a Manual Defrost, press and hold the MAN DEF
key for 3 seconds.
There are two levels of programming in the ERC 2. The first
level of security will enable the user to set two parameters:
Time-of-day (CLoC) and Setpoint temperature (SEt). The
other level allows access to the other parameters.
Three buttons are used for the programming: SET, UP
and DOWN
Fig. 9 – Sensor Connectors
3. Connecting the refrigeration / defrost equipment
• Connect the wires from the compressor (including
the thermostat) to the correspondent terminal on
the bottom side of the control (Fig. 10).
• Connect the defrost device (heater or hot gas
solenoid) to the terminal in the control (Fig. 10).
• Connect the wire from L1 - 120 VAC or 208- 240
VAC line - to the terminal marked as “COM”.
• Connect also the fan wires to the terminals
marked as “FAN”.
• Use the alarm quick connects to connect an alarm
to the control, as shown in the picture.
Fig. 12
Fig. 10 – Load / AC Input Connectors
14
Rev. 0909
Paragon ERC 2 Electronic Controller for Self Contained Cases (Cont'd)
To change time-of-day and setpoint temperature (First
Level) follow these steps:
List of Parameters
Here is a list of the parameters that can be changed in the
Second Level of programming, as well as their options
and ranges.
Parameter/Display Symbol Description Range / Options
SET
Step 1
Press and hold SET for 5 seconds. The display
will show CLoC.
Step 2
SET
Display Status
Press SET again to change the time-of-day.
Step 3
or
Press UP or DOWN until the correct
time-of-day is displayed.
Step 4
SET
tdAy – time-of-day
rSP° – zone temperature
(refrigerated space)
Press SET to accept the new time.
CyCL – cycle between time
and zone temperature
Step 5
Press DOWN to go to the next parameterSetpoint Temperature - SEt (cut out).
SET
Step 6
temperature.
Epr° – evaporator coil
temperature
Press SET to change the setpoint
Clock Format
Step 7
or
Press UP or DOWN to go to the desired
setpoint. The range is - 40 to 60°F or - 40 to 16°C.
Step 8
SET
24Hr – 24 hour format
Press SET to accept the change.
Note 1: During programming, if no button is pushed during
30 seconds, the control will go back to the normal
operating mode. This is valid for both programming
levels.
Temperature Format
°dSP Temperature degrees
°F – degrees Fahrenheit
°C – degrees Celsius
Defrost Type
dFtP Type of defrost used
in the application
ELEC – electric heater
defrost / off cycle
Note 2: When changing the time, press and hold the MAN DEF
button for 3 seconds to change the AM/PM mode.
To change the other parameters (Second Level)
follow these steps:
HgAS – hot gas–
Fan Status During Defrost EFAN Enable or not the
fan during defrost
SET
Step 1
and
Press and hold SET and DOWN for
10 seconds. The display will show dSPL.
Step 2
no – fan is turned off during defrost
Press SET to change the parameter.
yES – fan remains on during defrost
Step 3
or
Press UP or DOWN to change the
options, time or temperature for the current parameter.
Step 4
SET
CLHr Format of the time
(12 or 24 hours mode)
12Hr – AM/PM format
Step 9
Press DOWN to exit the first level of
programming.
SET
dSPL Information shown on
the display during operation
conditions
Defrost Interval
Press SET to accept the new value.
dFin Type of defrost
interval
TdAy – time-of-day setpoint
Step 5
Press DOWN to go to the next parameter, then
go back to Step 2. After the last parameter is displayed
(ALHi), the display will go back to the normal operating
condition.
CPrn – compressor run
time
tdEF–temperature initiated
defrost
Note: To scroll down the parameters without changing them,
press the DOWN button.
Minimum Compressor Off
Time
15
CoFF Minimum time that
the compressor will remain
turned off Range: from 0 to
15 min
IGSF-ASC-L/ASCS-L-0909
Paragon ERC 2 Electronic Controller for Self Contained Cases (Cont'd)
Minimum Compressor On
Time
Con Minimum time that
the compressor will remain
turned on Range: from 0 to
15 min
Alarm Delay
ALrd Time delay before
the alarm goes off after the
temperature fall off the two
alarm setpoints Range:
from 0 to 59 min
Compressor Run Time
CPrn Time the compressor
will run between defrosts
Number of Defrosts
nodF Number of defrosts
per day from 0 to 8
(0 means 1 defrost every
48 hours)
Defrost Start Time
dEF1-8 Start time of each
defrost
Defrost Duration
dEFd Defrost duration
time (back-up for defrost
termination temperature)
Range: from 0 min to 4
hours
Fan Delay FAnd
Delay time for the fan after
defrost (back-up for fan
cut-in temperature) Range:
from 0 to 15 min
Pump Down
Pudn Pump down duration
Range: from 0 to 59 min
Drip Time driP
Drip time duration Range:
from 0 to 59 min
Setpoint Differential
diF° Cut-in temperature
differential Note: cut-in is
cut-out plus differential
Range: from 1 to 25°
Temperature Initiated
Defrost tdEF Temperature
that will initiate a defrost
cycle Range: from – 40 to
40°F or– 40 to 4°C
Defrost Termination
Te m p e r a t u r e d EF °
Te m p e r a t u r e i n t h e
evaporator that will
terminate the defrost cycle
Range: from 0 to 75°F or
–18 to 25°C
Fan Cut-In Temperature
FAn° Temperature in the
evaporator that will turn the
fan on after defrost Range:
from – 40 to 60°F or–– 40
to 23°C
Low Temperature Alarm
ALLo Low temperature
setpoint that will make the
alarm go off and the error
message appear on the
display Range: from – 40 to
83°F or – 40 to 23°C
High Temperature Alarm
ALHi High temperature
setpoint that will make the
alarm go off and the error
message appear on the
display Range: from – 40 to
83°F or –40 to 23°C
Important Note:
16
To change from degrees
C to F or vice-versa, the
user must reprogram all the
parameters that are related
to the temperature. The
unit does not convert the
parameters automatically
from degrees F to C or
vice-versa.
Example 1 - To adjust the time-of-day
- Press and hold SET for 5 seconds
- Press SET again
- Press UP or DOWN until the correct time appears
on the display
- Press SET to accept the new time
- Press DOWN twice to exit the programming mode
Example 2 - To set one defrost a day, at 11:59 PM
- Press and hold SET and DOWN for 10 seconds
- Press DOWN five times to get to go to the Defrost
Interval (dFIn)
- Press SET to change the parameter
- Press DOWN until tdAy appears on the display
- Press SET to accept the option
- Press DOWN seven times to go to the Number of
Defrosts (noDF)
- Press SET to change it
- Press UP or DOWN until 1 appears on the display
- Press SET to accept the change
- Press DOWN to go to Defrost Start Time (dEF1)
- Press SET to change the time
- Press UP or DOWN until the 11:59 PM appears on
the display
- Press SET
- Press DOWN ten times to exit the programming
level
Rev. 0909
Paragon ERC 2 Electronic Controller for Self Contained Cases (Cont'd)
Error Codes
Display
Control Status
Er 1
ERC Fault – software or hardware
failure
Er 2
ERC Communication Fault
– indicates that there is a problem
with the display module cable
Er 3
Er 4
Er 5
Er 6
Display Module Dimensions: 2.75”W x 1.10”H x 1.38”D
Case Dimensions: 4.40”W x 7.28”H x 3.80”D
Shipping Weight: 2.7 lbs.
Agency Approvals: c-UR-us Recognized Component
(equivalent to UL and CSA certifications) NSF International
Certified
Output Relay Ratings:
COMPRESSOR: SPST NO
Zone Sensor Fault
– indicates an open or shorted
temperature sensor
120 VAC
Evaporator Sensor Fault
– indicates an open or shorted
evaporator sensor
208 VAC
240 VAC
Horsepower 1
Rating (hp)
1.5
2
FLA / LRA
12/72
12/72
470
470
208 VAC
240 VAC
R e s i s t i v e 16
Amps
16
16
Horsepower 1/2
Rating (hp)
3/4
1
16/96
Pilot Duty
470
DEFROST: SPST NC
ERC Fault – software or hardware
failure
120 VAC
Low Temperature Alarm
– indicates that the temperature
has dropped below the low alarm
setpoint
Er 7
High Temperature Alarm
– indicates that the temperature
has gone above the high alarm
setpoint
If the zone temperature sensor fails, the control will use the
cycle times it recorded for the last three cycles to control
the equipment (based on time). Therefore the food will be
preserved in case of failure.
If the evaporator sensor fails the control will terminate the
defrost cycle based on time.
For Error Codes 1, 2 and 5 cut the power to the unit and
correct the problem to reset the display.
For Codes 3 and 4, press the UP or DOWN button on the
display to reset the error message. If the display still shows
the message, the sensor must be replaced.
The Error Codes 6 and 7 will be automatically
reset once the temperature is back within the two
setpoints.
Technical Specifications
Input Power: 120 / 208-240 VAC 50/60 Hz (+10,-15%)
Power Consumption: 5VA @ 120/240VAC
Zone Temperature Sensor: NTC thermistor. Range – 40
to 199°F
Evaporator Coil Sensor: NTC thermistor. Range – 40
to 199°F
Ambient Operating Conditions: – 40 to 122°F; 0 to 95%
RH (non condensing)
P i l o t D u t y 470
470
(VA)
EVAPORATOR FAN: SPST NC
120 VAC
208 VAC
240 VAC
R e s i s t i v e 16
Amps
16
16
Horsepower 1/2
Rating (hp)
3/4
1
FLA / LRA
8/48
8/48
470
470
208 VAC
240 VAC
Resistive 5
Amps
5
5
P i l o t D u t y 240
(VA)
240
240
10/59
P i l o t D u t y 470
(VA)
ALARM: SPST NO
120 VAC
Ä
PARAGON
Commercial Refrigeration Controls
Ranco North America,
8115 US Route 42N,
Plain City, OH 43064
Telephone: 614 873 9000
Facsimile: 614 873 9332
An Invensys Company,
Part # 7515008-001 September 99
17
470
IGSF-ASC-L/ASCS-L-0909
Electrical
Wiring Color Code
Field Wiring and Serial Plate Amperage
Field Wiring must be sized for component amperes printed
on the serial plate. Actual ampere draw may be less than
specified. Field wiring from the refrigeration control panel to
the merchandisers is required for refrigeration thermostats.
Case amperes are listed on the wiring diagram, but always
check the serial plate.
Ballast Location
Ballasts are located on the right rear panel.
ASHRAE Color Code
NOTE: All other manufacturers have no standard sensor codes.
Case Control Systems SENSOR COLOR
Manufacturer ® >
EIL
CPC
Location
Coil Inlet
Color
Blue
Blue
Part#
225-01-1755 225-01-3255
Color
Red
Red
Coil Outlet
Part#
225-01-1757 225-01-3123
Color
Green
Green
Discharge Air
Part#
225-01-1756 225-01-3260
Color
Purple
Green
Return Air
Part#
225-01-1758 225-01-3260
Color
White
Orange
Defrost Term.
Part#
225-01-0650 225-01-3254
Color
White
Blue
Liquid Line
Part#
225-01-0650 225-01-3255
CASE MUST BE GROUNDED
NOTE: Refer to label affixed to case to determine the actual
configuration as checked in the “TYPE INSTALLED”
boxes.
Electrical Circuit Identification
Standard lighting for all refrigerated models will be full length
fluorescent lamps located within the case at the top.
The switch controlling the lights, the plug provided for
digital scale, and the thermometer are located at the rear
of the case mullion.
Electrical Service Receptacles (When Applicable)
The receptacles located on the exterior of the merchandiser
are intended for scales and lighted displays. They are not
intended nor suitable for large motors or other external
appliances.
BEFORE SERVICING
ALWAYS DISCONNECT ELECTRICAL
POWER AT THE MAIN DISCONNECT
WHEN SERVICING OR REPLACING ANY
ELECTRICAL COMPONENT.
This includes (but not limited to) Fans, Heaters
Thermostats, and Lights.
18
Rev. 0909
User Information
Stocking
Improper temperature and lighting will cause serious
product loss. Discoloration, dehydration and spoilage
can be controlled with proper use of the equipment and
handling of product. Product temperature should always
be maintained at a constant and proper temperature.
This means that from the time the product is received,
through storage, preparation and display, the temperature
of the product must be controlled to maximize life of the
product. Hussmann cases were not designed to “heat up”
or “cool down” product - but rather to maintain an item’s
proper temperature for maximum shelf life. To achieve the
protection required always:
1. Minimize processing time to avoid damaging
temperature rise to the product. Product should be
at proper temperature.
2. Keep the air in and around the case area free
of foreign gasses and fumes or food will rapidly
deteriorate.
3. Maintain the display merchandisers temperature
controls as outlined in the refrigerator section of this
manual.
4. Do not place any product into these refrigerators
until all controls have been adjusted and they
are operating at the proper temperature. Allow
merchandiser to operate a minimum of 6 hours
before stocking with any product.
5. When stocking, never allow the product to extend
beyond the recommended load limit. Air discharge
and return air flow must be unobstructed at all
times to provide proper refrigeration.
6. There are vents located at the base of the front
of the glass, just above the front rail. These vents
supply a continuous, gentle flow of air across the
front glass which inhibits condensation. Do not
place any signs or other restrictive objects on
the front of the refrigerator that will block these
vents.
7. Keep the service doors closed (when applicable).
Refrigeration performance will be seriously affected
if left open for a prolonged period of time.
8. Avoid the use of supplemental flood or spot lighting.
Display light intensity has been designed for
maximum visibility and product life at the factory.
The use of higher output fluorescent lamps (H.O.
and V.H.O.), will shorten the shelf life of the product.
9. In the Gelato Pan configuration, all holes must
be filled (if only an empty pan) to prevent air flow
disruption.
Case Cleaning
Long life and satisfactory performance of any equipment
are dependent upon the care given to it. To insure long life,
proper sanitation and minimum maintenance costs, the
refrigerator should be thoroughly cleaned frequently. It is
essential to establish and regulate cleaning procedures.
This will minimize bacteria causing discoloration which
leads to degraded product appearance and significantly
shortening product shelf life.
SHUT OFF FAN DURING CLEANING PROCESS. It can be
unplugged within the case, or shut off case at the source.
The interior bottom may be cleaned with any domestic soap
or detergent based cleaners.
The use of hoses and sage machines to clean the inside
of the cases is recommended and is an excellent way to
clean the coil fins and hard to reach corners of the interior
of the cases. Be sure to observe the warnings below when
cleaning the case.
Sanitizing solutions will not harm the interior bottom,
however, these solutions should always be used according
to the manufacturer’s directions and should not contain
Ammonia.
Soap and hot water are not enough to kill this bacteria. A
sanitizing solution must be included with each cleaning
process to eliminate this bacteria.
1. Allow cases to come to room temperature
2. Scrub thoroughly, cleaning all surfaces, with soap
and hot water.
3. Rinse with hot water, but do not flood.
4. Apply the sanitizing solution according to the
manufacturer’s directions.
5. Rinse thoroughly.
6. Dry completely before resuming operation.
Stainless Steel Cleaning and Care
There are three basic things, which can break down your
stainless steel’s passivity layer and allow corrosion.
1. Mechanical Abrasion
Mechanical Abrasion means those things that
will scratch the steels surface. Steel Pads, wire
Brushes, and Scrapers are prime examples.
2. Water
Water comes out of our tap in varying degrees of
hardness. Depending on what part of the country
you live in, you may have hard or soft water. Hard
water may leave spots. Also, when heated, hard
water leaves deposits behind that if left to sit, will
break down the passive layer and rust your stainless
steel. Other deposits from food preparation and
service must be properly removed.
3. Chlorides
Chlorides are found nearly everywhere. They
are in water, food and table salt. One of the worst
perpetrators of chlorides can come from household
and industrial cleaners.
19
IGSF-ASC-L/ASCS-L-0909
User Information (Cont'd)
Cleaning Glass and Mirrors
Only use a soft cloth and mild glass cleaning for cleaning
any glass or mirrored components. Be sure to rinse and/or
dry completely.
Never use hot water on cold glass surfaces! It may
shatter and cause serious injury! Allow glass surfaces
to warm first.
Don’t Despair! Here are a few steps that can help prevent
stainless steel rust.
1. Use the Proper Tools
When cleaning your stainless steel products, take
care to use non-abrasive tools. Soft Clothes and
plastic scouring pads will NOT harm the steel’s
passive layer. Stainless steel pads can also be
used but the scrubbing motion must be in the same
direction of the manufacturer’s polishing marks.
2. Clean With the Polish Lines
Some stainless steels come with visible polishing
lines or “grain”. When visible lines are present, you
should ALWAYS scrub in a motion that is parallel to
them. When the grain cannot be seen, play it safe
and use a soft cloth or plastic scouring pad.
3. Use Alkaline, Alkaline Chlorinated or
Non-chloride Containing Cleaners
While many traditional cleaners are loaded
with chlorides, the industry is providing an ever
increasing choice of non-chloride cleaners. If you
are not sure of your cleaner’s chloride content
contact your cleaner supplier. If they tell you that
your present cleaner contains chlorides, ask for
an alternative. Also, avoid cleaners containing
quaternary salts as they also can attack stainless
steel & cause pitting and rusting.
4. Treat your Water
Though this is not always practical, softening hard
water can do much to reduce deposits. There
are certain filters that can be installed to remove
distasteful and corrosive elements. Salts in a
properly maintained water softener are your friends.
If you are not sure of the proper water treatment, call
a treatment specialist.
5. Keep your Food Equipment Clean
Use alkaline, alkaline chlorinated or non-chlorinated
cleaners at recommended strength. Clean
frequently to avoid build-up of hard, stubborn stains.
If you boil water in your stainless steel equipment,
remember the single most likely cause of damage is
chlorides in the water. Heating cleaners that contain
chlorides has a similar effect.
6. RINSE, RINSE, RINSE
If chlorinated cleaners are used you must rinse,
rinse, rinse and wipe dry immediately. The sooner
you wipe off standing water, especially when sit
contains cleaning agents, the better. After wiping the
equipment down, allow it to air dry for the oxygen
helps maintain the stainless steel’s passivity film.
7. Never Use Hydrochloric Acid (Muriatic Acid) on
Stainless Steel
8. Regularly Restore/Passivate Stainless Steel
CAUTION
CLEANING PRECAUTIONS
When cleaning:
• Do not use high pressure water hoses
• Do not introduce water faster then waste outlet can drain
• NEVER INTRODUCE WATER ON SELF CONTAINED UNIT
WITH AN EVPORATOR PAN
• NEVER USE A CLEANING OR SANITIZING SOLUTION
THAT HAS AN OIL BASE (these will dissolve the butyl
sealants) or an AMMONA BASE (this will corrode the
copper components of the case)
• TO PRESERVE THE ATTRACTIVE FINISH:
• DO USE WATER AND A MILD DETERGENT FOR THE
EXTERIOR ONLY
• DO NOT USE A CHLORANITED CLAENER ON ANY
SURFACE
• DO NOT USE ABRASIVES OR STEEL WOOL SCOURING
PADS (these will mar the finish)
Non-Glare Glass Cleaning
The high optical clarity of this glass is possible due to
special coatings on the glass surface itself. To preserve this
coating and the optical clarity, keep the glass clean.
Water is the only solution recommended to be used to
clean the non-glare glass. The damage to the glass from
improper, caustic solutions is irreparable.
In addition to cleaning the glass with the recommended
product, there are precautions that should be taken when
working and cleaning the inside of the case.
• When cleaning the inside of the cases, we
recommend that the glass be fully opened and
covered to prevent solutions from splashing onto the
glass and ruining the coating on the inside.
Plexiglass and Acrylic Care
Improper cleaning not only accelerates the cleaning cycle
but also degrades the quality of this surface. Normal daily
buffing motions can generated static cling attracting dust
to the surface. Incorrect cleaning agents or cleaning cloths
can cause micro scratching of the surface, causing the
plastic to haze over time.
Cleaning
Hussmann recommends using a clean damp chamois, or
a paper towel marked as dust and abrasive free with 210®
Plastic Cleaner and Polish available by calling Sumner
Labs at 1-800-542-8656. Hard, rough cloths or paper towels
will scratch the acrylic and should not be used.
20
Rev. 0909
User Information (Cont'd)
Antistatic Coatings
The 210® has proven to be very effective in not only
cleaning and polishing the Plexiglass surface, but also
providing antistatic and anti-fog capabilities. This product
also seals pores and provides a protective coating.
Maintenance
Evaporator Fans
The evaporator fans are located at the center front of these
merchandisers directly beneath the display pans. Should
fans or blades need servicing, always replace fan blades
with the raised embossed side of the blade TOWARD THE
MOTOR.
Copper Coils
The copper coils used in Hussmann merchandisers may
be repaired in the field. Materials are available from local
refrigeration wholesalers.
Hussmann recommends using #15 Sil-Fos for repairs.
BEFORE SERVICING
ALWAYS DISCONNECT ELECTRICAL
POWER AT THE MAIN DISCONNECT
WHEN SERVICING OR REPLACING ANY
ELECTRICAL COMPONENT.
This includes (but not limited to) Fans, Heaters
Thermostats, and Lights.
Tips and Troubleshooting
Before calling for service, check the following:
1. Check electrical power supply to the equipment for
connection.
2. Check fixture loading. Overstocking case will affect
its proper operation.
3. If frost is collecting on fixture and/or product, check
that Humidity Control is working properly, and that
no outside doors or windows are open - allowing
moisture to enter store.
Replacing Fluorescent Lamps
Fluorescent lamps are furnished with a shatterproof
protective coating. The same type of lamp with protective
coating must be used if replaced.
RU
R
ENCAPSULITE
SHATTERPROOF COATING - SA 10645
Complies with FDA USDA
& OSHA Regulations
NSF
for replacement call:
FOR PROMPT SERVICE
When contacting the factory,
be sure to have the Case Model and Serial
Number handy. This information is on a plate
located on the case itself.
1-800-395-9229
Turn switch off then on after replacing bulb
T-5 Bulbs
Please note: T-5 lights must be turned off and on after bulb
replacement.
21
IGSF-ASC-L/ASCS-L-0909
Glass Adjustment and Replacement
Glass Replacement and Adjustment Instructions
In order to replace or adjust the glass, the glass must be
placed in the raised position. The underside of the clamp is
exposed, revealing the tightening screws. By turning these
screws counterclockwise 1/4 turn each, the glass will be
loosened for either removal or adjustment.
Note: Do not overtighten the screws since damage may occur.
1. Open glass panel. Relieve the tension on the hinge.
PVC
U-Channel
Back of
Case
Close-up of the glass in the
upright position located on
top of the ASC case.
Inside of
Case
2. Loosen all the set screws along the bottom inside
edge of the glass panel.
3. Remove or re-adjust the glass panel.
Close-up of the clam-shell located on top
of the ASC case.
Electrical Wiring Diagrams
ASC-L
ASC-L
Electric Defrost
ASC-L
22
4'
W0150000
6'
W0150001
12'
W0150004
4'
W0150010
8'
W0150012
12'
W0150014
Hussmann Corporation, Int'l.
13770 Ramona Avenue
Chino, CA. 91710
(909)-590-4910 Lic.#: 644406
?
T-STAT
REVISIONS:
#: DESCRIPTION:
A Updated dwg; added load ratings
MCA= .52A
MOP= 15A
M
TAG PURPLE
HEATER
CIRCUIT
M
DATE:
7/24/07
TAG PURPLE
HEATER
CIRCUIT
L1
2
3
CAP
L2
DRAWING #:
MCA= 7.8A
MOP= 15A
~208/240 VAC -50/60 Hz
1
PAGE 1 OF 1
W0150000
KLIXON™ THERMODISK
20420D42-452-362
L48-1.8
600-22-0050
OPEN 48
CLOSE 30
4' CASE - ELECTRIC DEFROST
DRAWN BY:
D.QUAN
PROJECT TITLE:
DATE: 12/18/03
BY: CHECKED BY:
ASC-L
PRODUCTION ORDER #:
DRAWING TITLE:
JR
FILE LOCATION:
MCA= .41A
MOP= 15A
CASES
DEFROST HEATER
FINNED
(1) 1500W 6.25A @ 240V
225-01-0598C
WARMER
125-01-0767
RAYCHEM
10BUT-CR-10W
(4Ft) 40W .33A
@ 120 VAC
L1 N
~120 VAC -50/60 Hz
TAG BROWN
FAN CIRCUIT
M
L1 N
L1 N
L1 N
~120 VAC -50/60 Hz ~120 VAC -50/60 Hz ~120 VAC -50/60 Hz
MCA= 1.9A
MCA= .32A
MOP= 15A
MOP= 15A
LIGHT SWITCH
TIPPETTE
125-01-0311
BALLAST 125-01-3266
FULHAM LH3-120-L
L1 N
~120 VAC - 50/60 Hz
TAG ORANGE
LIGHT CIRCUIT
BLK # 14
L
WHT # 14
LIGHT CIRCUIT= .42A
WHT # 14
LIQUIDLINE
SOLENOID
VALVE
225-01-3206
BLK # 14
EVAPORATOR FANS EBM-PAPST™
MODEL 9906L - 00001213
(2) 0.14A @ 120 VAC
BLK # 14
TAG WHITE/BLACK
T-STAT CIRCUIT
WHT # 14
M
WHT # 14
ANTI-SWEAT HEATER
180W 1.5A@ 120 VAC
125-01-3032
BLK # 14
ANTI-SWEAT FANS
COMAIR™ ROTRON®
MX2B1-E1
(2) 0.18A @ 120 VAC
125-01-2012-A
BLK # 14
CANOPY LIGHTING
(2) F25T8-SPX30
WHT # 14
23
BLK # 14
LOADING
208 V 240 V
9.1
L1 8.3
6.3
L2 5.4
L3
RED # 14
CIRCUIT #1
Rev. 0909
Wiring Diagrams
Hussmann Corporation, Int'l.
13770 Ramona Avenue
Chino, CA. 91710
(909)-590-4910 Lic.#: 644406
?
T-STAT
REVISIONS:
#: DESCRIPTION:
A Updated dwg; added load ratings
MCA= .52A
MOP= 15A
L1 N
~120 VAC - 50/60 Hz
LIGHT SWITCH
TIPPETTE
125-01-0311
BALLAST 125-01-3266
FULHAM LH3-120-L
L1 N
~120 VAC - 50/60 Hz
TAG ORANGE
LIGHT CIRCUIT
BLK # 14
L
WHT # 14
LIGHT CIRCUIT= .42A
TAG PURPLE
HEATER
CIRCUIT
M
M
TAG BROWN
FAN CIRCUIT
M
TAG PURPLE
HEATER
CIRCUIT
WARMER
125-01-0767
RAYCHEM
10BUT-CR-10W
(6FT) 60W0.5A
@120 VAC
DATE:
7/26/07
CAP
PAGE 1 OF 1
W0150001
DRAWING #:
MCA= 7.8A
MOP= 15A
TO DEFROST CONTROL
PANEL
6' CASE - ELECTRIC DEFROST
CASES
2
3
L1
L2
~ 208/240 VAC -50/60 Hz.
1
KLIXON™ THERMODISK
20420D42-452-362
L48-1.8
600-22-0050
DEFROST HEATER
FINNED
1500W 6.25A@ 240V
225-01-0598C
DRAWN BY:
D.QUAN
PROJECT TITLE:
DATE: 12/18/03
BY: CHECKED BY:
ASC-L
JR
PRODUCTION ORDER #: ------DRAWING TITLE:
FILE LOCATION:
L1 N
L1 N
L1 N
~120 VAC - 50/60 Hz ~120 VAC - 50/60 Hz
~120 VAC - 50/60 Hz
MCA= .63A
MCA= .32A
MCA= 1.9A
MOP= 15A
MOP= 15A
MOP= 15A
WHT # 14
LIQUIDLINE
SOLENOID
VALVE
225-01-3206
WHT # 14
EVAPORATOR FANS EBM-PAPST™
MODEL 9906L - 00001213
(2) 0.14A @ 120 VAC
BLK # 14
TAG WHITE/BLACK
T-STAT CIRCUIT
BLK # 14
M
WHT # 14
ANTI-SWEAT HEATER
180W 1.5A@ 120 VAC
125-01-3032
BLK # 14
ANTI-SWEAT FANS
COMAIR™ ROTRON®
MX2B1-E1
(2) 0.18A @ 120 VAC
125-01-2012-A
BLK # 14
CANOPY LIGHTING
(2) F25T8-SPX30
WHT # 14
24
BLK # 14
LOADING
208 V 240 V
9.3
L1 8.5
6.3
L2 5.4
L3
RED # 14
CIRCUIT #1
IGSF-ASC-L/ASCS-L-0909
Wiring Diagrams (Cont'd)
BALLAST 125-01-3266
FULHAM LH3-120-L
BLK # 14
Hussmann Corporation, Int'l.
13770 Ramona Avenue
Chino, CA. 91710
(909)-590-4910 Lic.#: 644406
?
MCA= .52A
MOP= 15A
TAG ORANGE
LIGHT CIRCUIT
L1 N
~120 VAC - 50/60 Hz
WHT # 14
WHT # 14
BLK # 14
WARMER
125-01-0767
RAYCHEM
10BUT-CR-10W
(6FT) 60W0.5A
@120 VAC
TAG PURPLE
HEATER
CIRCUIT
MCA= 2.2A
MOP= 15A
TAG PURPLE
TAG BROWN
HEATER
FAN CIRCUIT
CIRCUIT
DATE:
7/26/07
MOP= 15A
L1 N
MCA= .32A ~120 VAC - 50/60 Hz
MOP= 15A
MCA= .63A
L1 N
L1 N
~120 VAC - 50/60 Hz
WHT # 14
REVISIONS:
#: DESCRIPTION:
A Updated dwg; added load ratings
L1 N
~120 VAC - 50/60 Hz
LIGHT SWITCH
TIPPETTE
125-01-0311
L
BLK # 14
T-STAT
M
BLK # 14
SUCTION
SOLENOID
VALVE
M
WHT # 14
EVAPORATOR FANS EBM-PAPST™
MODEL 9906L - 00001213
(2) 0.14A @ 120 VAC
WHT # 14
TAG WHITE/BLACK
T-STAT CIRCUIT
BLK # 14
M
2
CAP
DEFROST HEATER
FINNED
1500W 6.25A@ 240V
225-01-0598C
1
3
KLIXON™ THERMODISK
20420D42-452-362
L48-1.8
600-22-0050
BLK # 14
T-STAT
L1 N
~120 VAC - 50/60 Hz
M
MCA= 1.9A
MOP= 15A
TAG PURPLE
HEATER
CIRCUIT
M
WARMER
125-01-0767
RAYCHEM
10BUT-CR-10W
(6FT) 60W0.5A
@120 VAC
TAG PURPLE
HEATER
CIRCUIT
12' CASE - ELECTRIC DEFROST
CASES
FAN CIRCUIT
2
3
CAP
DEFROST HEATER
FINNED
1500W 6.25A@ 240V
225-01-0598C
1
KLIXON™ THERMODISK
20420D42-452-362
L48-1.8
600-22-0050
PAGE 1 OF 1
W0150004
MCA= 7.8A
MOP= 15A
TO DEFROST CONTROL
PANEL
L1
L2
~ 208/240 VAC - 50/60 Hz.
DRAWING #:
L1 N
MCA= .32A ~120 VAC - 50/60 Hz
MCA= .63A
MOP= 15A
MOP= 15A
TAG BROWN
L1 N
L1 N
~120 VAC - 50/60 Hz
M
EVAPORATOR FANS EBM-PAPST™
MODEL 9906L - 00001213
(2) 0.14A @ 120 VAC
M
ANTI-SWEAT FANS
COMAIR™ ROTRON®
MX2B1-E1
(2) 0.18A @ 120 VAC
125-01-2012-A
DRAWN BY:
ADRIAN E. CRISCI
PROJECT TITLE:
DATE: 11/26/02
BY: CHECKED BY:
ASC-L
JR
PRODUCTION ORDER #: 955538
DRAWING TITLE:
FILE LOCATION:
MCA= .52A
MCA= 7.8A
MOP= 15A
MOP= 15A
TO DEFROST CONTROL TAG ORANGE
LIGHT CIRCUIT
PANEL
SUCTION
SOLENOID
VALVE
TAG WHITE/BLACK
T-STAT CIRCUIT
ANTI-SWEAT HEATER
180W 1.5A@ 120 VAC
125-01-3032
CANOPY LIGHTING
(2) F25T8-SPX30
LIGHT SWITCH
TIPPETTE
125-01-0311
L
L1 N
L1
L2
~ 208/240 VAC - 50/60 Hz. ~120 VAC - 50/60 Hz
BLK # 14
M
RED # 14
ANTI-SWEAT HEATER
180W 1.5A@ 120 VAC
125-01-3032
WHT # 14
ANTI-SWEAT FANS
COMAIR™ ROTRON®
MX2B1-E1
(2) 0.18A @ 120 VAC
125-01-2012-A
BLK # 14
BALLAST 125-01-3266
FULHAM LH3-120-L
LIGHT CIRCUIT= .42A
WHT # 14
CANOPY LIGHTING
(2) F25T8-SPX30
BLK # 14
LIGHT CIRCUIT= .42A
BLK # 14
RIGHT SIDE CASE
WHT # 14
LEFT SIDE CASE
WHT # 14
LOADING
208 V 240 V
9.3
L1 8.5
6.3
L2 5.4
L3
BLK # 14
CIRCUIT #2
BLK # 14
LOADING
208 V 240 V
9.3
L1 8.5
6.3
L2 5.4
L3
WHT # 14
25
RED # 14
CIRCUIT #1
Rev. 0909
Wiring Diagrams (Cont'd)
26
Hussmann Corporation, Int'l.
13770 Ramona Avenue
Chino, CA. 91710
(909)-590-4910 Lic.#: 644406
L1
L2
L3
N
G
CANOPY LIGHTS
(2) F32T8-SPX30
115 VAC - 1Ø - 50/60 Hz.
L
REVISIONS:
#: DESCRIPTION:
1
2
3
CIRCUIT #1
LIGHT SWITCH
TIPPETTE
125-01-0311
FUSE 125-01-3282
15 AMP FUSE
FUSE HOLDER 125-01-3283
NOTE: CASE MUST
BE GROUNDED
LEDGE LIGHTS
(1) FP28T5/830
CAP OFF WIRE
BALLAST 125-01-3266
FULHAM LH3-120-L
LOADING
115 V
L1 7.6
#.#
L2 #.#
#.#
L3 #.#
#.#
DATE:
I
DELAY RELAY
MARS 90249Q
225-01-2045
N
M
DRAIN HEATER
(1) 240W / ~115 V
J2
J3
DRAIN HEATER
SAFETY KLIXON
20420D42-452-362
L48-18
600-22-0050
EVAPORATOR FAN
(1) GE 9W - ~115V
REAR CHANNEL
WARMER WIRE
RAYCHEM
10BUT-CR-10W
125-01-0767
10W/FT@~115V
8 FT.
N
DRAWN BY:
D.QUAN
PROJECT TITLE:
ASC-L CASES
BY: CHECKED BY: --DATE: 07/15/01
PRODUCTION ORDER #:
DRAWING TITLE:
FILE LOCATION:
F:\WIRESCHEMATICS\NEW-WIRING 4' FROZEN CASE - KOOLGAS™
J1
FAN & HEATER DELAY
KLIXON THERMODISK
3NT-01F-D1460 F35-15
225-01-2046
NOSE LIGHTS
(1) F32T8-SPX30
BALLAST 125-01-3266
FULHAM LH3-120-L
BALLAST 125-01-3266
FULHAM LH3-120-L
CIRCUIT #1
I
DEFROST
PAGE 1 OF 1
W0150010
AiR SWEEP FANS
(1) 4½" AXIAL MOTORS
M
DRAWING #:
L
SWITCH
125-01-0311
AIR SWEEP HEATER
(1) 240W / ~115 V
IGSF-ASC-L/ASCS-L-0909
Wiring Diagrams (Cont'd)
27
NOSE LIGHTS
(2) F32T8-SPX30
BALLAST 125-01-3266
FULHAM LH3-120-L
BALLAST 125-01-3266
FULHAM LH3-120-L
1
2
3
REVISIONS:
#: DESCRIPTION:
POWER REQUIRED : ~115 VAC - 60 Hz. - 1Ø - 3 WIRE
Hussmann Corporation, Int'l.
13770 Ramona Avenue
Chino, CA. 91710
(909)-590-4910 Lic.#: 644406
L1
L2
L3
N
G
BALLAST 125-01-3266
FULHAM LH3-120-L
LIGHT SWITCH
LEDGE LIGHTS
(2) FP28T5/830
BALLAST 125-01-3266
FULHAM LH3-120-L
L
CANOPY LIGHTS
(4) F32T8-SPX30
DATE:
I
BY:
DELAY RELAY
MARS 90249Q
225-01-2045
N
M
J2
DRAIN HEATER
SAFETY KLIXON
20420D42-452-362
L48-18
600-22-0050
EVAPORATOR FAN
(1) GE 9W - ~115V
J3
DRAIN HEATER
(1) 240W / ~115 V
N
DEFROST
I
AIR SWEEP HEATER
(1) 240W / ~115 V
DRAWN BY:
ADRIAN E. CRISCI
PROJECT TITLE:
ASC-L CASES
CHECKED BY:
DATE: 07/13/01
AEC
PRODUCTION ORDER #:
DRAWING TITLE:
FILE LOCATION:
8' FROZEN CASE - KOOLGAS™
H:\WIRESCHEMATICS\NEW-WIRING
J1
FAN & HEATER DELAY
KLIXON THERMODISK
3NT-01F-D1460 F35-15
225-01-2046
REAR CHANNEL
WARMER WIRE
RAYCHEM
10BUT-CR-10W
125-01-0767
10W/FT@~115V
8 FT.
DRAWING #:
PAGE 1OF
W0150012
M
M
AiR SWEEP FANS
(2) 4½" AXIAL MOTORS
1
Rev. 0909
Wiring Diagrams (Cont'd)
28
F25T8-36"
125-03-0010G
F25T8-36"
125-03-0010G
BALLAST 125-01-3266
FULHAM LH3-120-L
LIGHT SWITCH
F25T8-36"
125-03-0010G
1
2
3
REVISIONS:
#: DESCRIPTION:
~115 VAC - 60 Hz. - 1Ø
Hussmann Corporation, Int'l.
13770 Ramona Avenue
Chino, CA. 91710
(909)-590-4910 Lic.#: 644406
L1
L2
L3
N
G
F21T5-36"
125-03-1129
LEDGE
LIGHTS
F21T5-36"
125-03-1129
BALLAST 125-01-3266
FULHAM LH3-120-L
L
F25T8-36"
125-03-0010G
F25T8-36"
125-03-0010G
BALLAST 125-01-3266
FULHAM LH3-120-L
F25T8-36"
125-03-0010G
BALLAST 125-01-3266
FULHAM LH3-120-L
CANOPY
LIGHTS
I
DATE:
1
2
NO
5
4
NC
6 DELAY RELAY
MARS 90249Q
3
225-01-2045
N
M
J2
J3
DRAIN HEATER
SAFETY KLIXON
20420D42-452-362
L48-18
OPEN 48 F
CLOSE 30 F
600-22-0050
EVAPORATOR FAN
(1) GE 9W - ~115V
00001212
N
AIR SWEEP HEATER
(2) 180W / ~115 V
125-01-3032
I
DRAWING #:
PAGE 1 OF 1
W0150014
M
M
FAN MOTOR
(2)125-01-0615A
CASE - KOOLGAS™ DEFROST
ASC-L CASES
DRAIN HEATER
(1) 400W / ~115 V
125-01-3026
DRAWN BY:
D.QUAN
PROJECT TITLE:
BY: CHECKED BY: --DATE: 07/13/01
PRODUCTION ORDER #:
DRAWING TITLE:
FILE LOCATION:
F:\WIRESCHEMATICS\NEW-WIRING 12' FROZEN
J1
FAN & HEATER DELAY
KLIXON THERMODISK
3NT-01F-D1460 F35-15
OPEN 35 F
CLOSE 20 F
225-01-2046
REAR CHANNEL
WARMER WIRE
RAYCHEM
10BUT-CR-10W
125-01-0767
10W/FT@~115V
8 FT.
IGSF-ASC-L/ASCS-L-0909
Wiring Diagrams (Cont'd)
Rev. 0909
Appendices
1.3 A clogged waste outlet blocks refrigeration. The
installer is responsible for the proper installation
of the system which dispenses condensate waste
through an air gap into the building indirect waste
system.
1.4 The installer should perform a complete start-up
evaluation prior to the loading of food into the
refrigerator, which includes such items as:
a) Initial temperature performance, Coils should
be properly fed with a refrigerant according to
manufacturer’s recommendations.
b) Observation of outside influences such
as drafts, radiant heating from the ceiling
and from lamps. Such influence should be
properly corrected or compensated for.
c) At the same time, checks should be made of
the store dry-bulb and wet-bulb temperatures
to ascertain that they are within the limits
prescribed by Hussmann.
d) Complete start-up procedures should include
checking through a defrost to make certain
of its adequate frequency and length without
substantially exceeding the actual needs.
This should include checking the electrical
or refrigerant circuits to make sure that
defrosts are correctly programmed for all the
refrigerators connected to each refrigeration
system.
e) Recording instruments should be used to
check performance.
Appendix C. - Field Recommendations
Recommendations for field evaluating the
performance of retail food refrigerators and hot
cases
1.0 The most consistent indicator of display
refrigerator performance is temperature of the air
entering the product zone (see Appendix A). In
practical use, the precise determination of return
air temperature is extremely difficult. Readings of
return air temperatures will be variable and results
will be inconsistent. The product temperature
alone is not an indicator of refrigerator
performance.
Appendix A. - Temperature Guidelines
The refrigerators should be operated according to the
manufacturer’s published engineering specifications
for entering air temperatures for specific equipment
applications. Table 1 shows the typical temperature of
the air entering the food zone one hour before the start of
defrost and one hour after defrost for various categories
of refrigerators. Refer to Appendix C for Field Evaluation
Guidelines.
Table 1
Type of Refrigerator
I. OPEN DISPLAY
A. Non frozen:
1) Meat
2) Dairy/Deli
3) Produce
a. Processed
b. Unprocessed
B. Frozen
C. Ice Cream
II.CLOSED DISPLAY
A. Non frozen:
1) Meat
2) Dairy/Deli
3) Produce
a. Processed
b. Unprocessed
B. Frozen
C. Ice Cream
Single Deck
Typical Entering
Air Temperature
Multi Deck
I. Open Display Styles
28°F
32°F
36°F
45°F
0°F
-5°F
34°F
34°F
36°F
45°F
0°F
-5°F
Service Case
Reach-In
II. Closed Display Styles
Appendix B. - Application Recommendations
1.0 Temperature performance is critical for controlling
bacteria growth. Therefore, the following
recommendations are included in the standard.
They are based on confirmed field experience
over many years.
1.1 The installer is responsible for following the
installation instructions and recommendations
provided by Hussmann for the installation
of each individual type refrigerator.
1.2 Refrigeration piping should be sized according to
the equipment manufacturer’s recommendations
and installed in accordance with normal
refrigeration practices. Refrigeration piping
should be insulated according to Hussmann’s
recommendations.
NOTE:Public Health will use the temperature of the product in
determining if the refrigerator will be allowed to display
potentially hazardous food. For the purpose of this
evaluation, product temperature above the FDA Food
Code 1993 temperature for potentially hazardous food
will be the first indication that an evaluation should
be performed. It is expected that all refrigerators will
keep food at the FDA Food Code 1993 temperature for
potentially hazardous food.
29
IGSF-ASC-L/ASCS-L-0909
Appendices (Cont'd)
1.1 The following recommendations are made
for the purpose of arriving at easily taken and
understood data which, coupled with other
observations, may be used to determine whether
a display refrigerator is working as intended:
a) INSTRUMENT - A stainless steel stem-type
thermometer is recommended and it should
have a dial a minimum of 1 inch internal
diameter. A test thermometer scaled only
in Celsius or dually scaled in Celsius and
Fahrenheit shall be accurate to 1°C (1.8°F).
Temperature measuring devices that are
scaled only in Fahrenheit shall be accurate to
2°F. The thermometer should be checked for
proper calibration. (It should read 32°F when
the stem is immersed in an ice water bath).
b) LOCATION - The probe or sensing element
of the thermometer should be located in
the airstream where the air first enters the
display or storage area, and not more than
1 inch away from the surface and in the
center of the discharge opening.
c) READING - It should first be determined
that the refrigerator is refrigerating and has
operated at least one hour since the end
of the last defrost period. The thermometer
reading should be made only after it has
been allowed to stabilize, i.e., maintain a
constant reading.
d) OTHER OBSERVATIONS - Other
observations should be made which may
indicate operating problems, such as
unsatisfactory product, feel/appearance.
e) CONCLUSIONS - In the absence of any
apparent undesirable conditions, the
refrigerator should be judged to be operating
properly. If it is determined that such
condition is undesirable, i.e., the product is
above proper temperature, checks should be
made for the following:
1. Has the refrigerator been loaded with
warm product?
2. Is the product loaded beyond the “Safe
Load Line” markers?
3. Are the return air ducts blocked?
4. Are the entering air ducts blocked?
5. Is a dumped display causing turbulent air
flow and mixing with room air?
6. Are spotlights or other high intensity
lighting directed onto the product?
7. Are there unusual draft conditions (from
heating/air-conditioning ducts, open
doors, etc.)?
8. Is there exposure to direct sunlight?
9. Are display signs blocking or diverting
airflow?
10. Are the coils of the refrigerator iced up?
11.Is the store ambient over 75°F, 55% RH
as set forth in ASHRAE Standard 72 and
ASHRAE Standard 117?
12.Are the shelf positions, number, and size
other than recommended by Hussmann?
13.Is there an improper application or control
system?
14.Is the evaporator fan motor/blade
inoperative?
15.Is the defrost time excessive?
16.Is the defrost termination, thermostat (if
used) set too high?
17.Are the refrigerant controls incorrectly
adjusted?
18.Is the air entering the condenser above
design conditions? Are the condenser fins
clear of dirt, dust, etc.?
19.Is there a shortage of refrigerant?
20. Has the equipment been modified
to use replacements for CFC-12,
CFC-502 or other refrigerant? If so,
have the modifications been made in
accordance with the recommendations
of the equipment manufacturer? Is the
refrigerator charged with the proper
refrigerant and lubricant? Does the system
use the recommended compressor?
Appendix D. - Recommendations to User
1.0 Hussmann Corporation provides instructions
and recommendations for proper periodic
cleaning. The user will be responsible for
such cleaning, including the cleaning of low
temperature equipment within the compartment
and the cooling coil area(s). Cleaning practices,
particularly with respect to proper refrigerator
unloading and warm-up, must be in accordance
with applicable recommendations.
30
Rev. 0909
Appendices (Cont'd)
d) Care must be taken when cross
merchandising products to ensure that
potentially hazardous vegetable products are
not placed in non refrigerated areas.
e) Display and storage equipment doors should
be kept closed during periods of inactivity.
f) Minimize the transfer time of perishables
from storage to display.
g) Keep meat under refrigeration in meat cutting
and processing area except for the few
moments it is being handled in processing.
When a cut or tray of meat is not to be
worked on immediately, the procedure should
call for returning it to refrigeration.
h) Keep tools clean and sanitized. Since
mechanical equipment is used for fresh
meat processing, all such equipment should
be cleaned at least daily and each time
a different kind of meat product comes in
contact with the tool or equipment.
i) Make sure that all refrigeration equipment is
installed and adjusted in strict accordance
with the manufacturer’s recommendations.
j) See that all storage and refrigeration
equipment is kept in proper working order by
routine maintenance.
1.1 Cleaning of non frozen food equipment
should include a weekly cleaning of the food
compartment as a minimum to prevent bacteria
growth from accumulating. Actual use and
products may dictate more frequent cleaning.
Circumstances of use and equipment design
must also dictate the frequency of cleaning the
display areas. Weekly washing down of the
storage compartment is also recommended,
especially for equipment subject to drippage
of milk or other liquids, or the collection of
vegetable, meat, crumbs, etc. or other debris
or litter. Daily cleaning of the external areas
surrounding the storage or display compartments
with detergent and water will keep the equipment
presentable and prevent grime buildup.
1.2 Load levels as defined by the manufacturer must
be observed.
1.3 The best preservation is achieved by following
these rules:
a) Buy quality products.
b) Receive perishables from transit equipment
at the ideal temperature for the particular
product.
c) Expedite perishables to the store’s storage
equipment to avoid unnecessary warm-up
and prolonged temperature recovery. Food
store refrigerators are not food chillers nor
can they reclaim quality lost through previous
mishandling.
31
IGSF-ASC-L/ASCS-L-0909
Service Record
Last service date:
By:
_______________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________
/Chino
Additional copies of this publication may be obtained by contacting:
Hussmann® Chino
13770 Ramona Avenue • Chino, California 91710
(909) 628-8942 FAX
(909) 590-4910
(800) 395-9229
The MODEL NAME and SERIAL NUMBER is required in order to provide
you with the correct parts and information for your particular unit.
They can be found on a small metal plate on the unit.
Please note them below for future reference.
MODEL:
SERIAL NUMBER:
Download PDF

advertising