With Ceran ® glass hob
•
CH-800
For hot holding of food
•
CK-2 200 Q
for keeping food warm, automatic regeneration, cooking
•
CK-2 800 Q
for keeping food warm, cooking
•
CK-3 400
for keeping food warm, cooking with 2 heat zones
With induction hob
•
IK-3 500 QE
for keeping food warm, cooking
•
IK-3 500 E
for keeping food warm, cooking
•
IK-3 600 QB
for keeping food warm, cooking
With stainless steel grill area
•
GP-3 400 SP
for grilling
•
GP-2 500I SP
for grilling with induction
With stainless steel cooling surface
•
KP-220 SP
for chilling food
With stainless steel cooling surface
•
KP-220 SP-W
For keeping food warm or cold
•
KP-220 SP-E
for keeping food warm or cold, for installation
Units of size 1/1, width 325 mm
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Contents
Varithek ® 2.0 Show cooking.
Our solution offers an integrated system, with which you can deliver hot food of high quality, with a high
level of safety and high energy efficiency, from production to guest.
Contents
1
Revision Index ................................................................................................................................................. 4
2
Important Information ..................................................................................................................................... 4
3
2.1
Using this guide ..................................................................................................................................................... 4
2.2
Representation conventions in the text ................................................................................................................. 5
2.3
Structure of safety instructions .............................................................................................................................. 5
Description of device ...................................................................................................................................... 6
3.1
Type overview ....................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.2 Identification of components ................................................................................................................................. 7
3.2.1
varithek 2.0 ® types CH and CK ....................................................................................................................... 7
3.2.2
varithek 2.0 ® type GP....................................................................................................................................... 8
3.2.3
3.2.4
4
5
varithek 2.0 ® types IK ...................................................................................................................................... 8
varithek 2.0 ® type KP ....................................................................................................................................... 9
3.3
Technical data ..................................................................................................................................................... 11
3.4
Accessories and their use ................................................................................................................................... 12
3.4.1
thermoplate ® .................................................................................................................................................. 12
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.4
varithek ® GN-port ........................................................................................................................................... 13
varithek® table-top system modules ............................................................................................................... 13
varithek ® built-in system modules ................................................................................................................. 14
Purpose .......................................................................................................................................................... 15
4.1
Generally, the following are intended uses for the product ................................................................................ 15
4.2
Prevent any potential misuse .............................................................................................................................. 15
4.3
Special intended use for appliances with a Ceran ® glass surface .................................................................... 16
4.4
Special intended use for appliances with an induction hob ................................................................................ 16
4.5
Special intended use for appliances with a stainless steel grill area .................................................................. 16
4.6
Special intended use for appliances with a stainless steel cooling surface ....................................................... 16
General Safety Instructions .......................................................................................................................... 17
5.1
Qualification of personnel.................................................................................................................................... 19
5.2
Provision of protective equipment for personnel................................................................................................. 20
5.3 Appliance-specific safety instructions ................................................................................................................. 20
5.3.1
Safety and monitoring devices ....................................................................................................................... 20
5.3.2
Risks from hot surfaces, burns and explosion ............................................................................................... 21
5.3.3
Dangers due to unexpected heating of objects as a result of induction ........................................................ 21
5.3.4
Danger for persons with pacemakers due to induction .................................................................................. 22
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5.3.5
Danger of electric shock ................................................................................................................................. 22
5.3.6
5.3.7
Danger of cuts from damaged Ceran ® glass surface .................................................................................... 23
Note the product identification and ensure its preservation ........................................................................... 23
5.4
Information about regulations to be followed ...................................................................................................... 23
5.5
What to do in an emergency ............................................................................................................................... 24
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Before First Use ............................................................................................................................................ 24
7
Safety instructions for commissioning /recommissioning ....................................................................... 25
8
Use ................................................................................................................................................................. 26
8.1
Safety information with regard to use ................................................................................................................. 26
8.2
General mode of operation ................................................................................................................................. 27
8.2.1
8.2.2
Start process .................................................................................................................................................. 27
Stop process .................................................................................................................................................. 27
8.2.3
Switch appliance off ....................................................................................................................................... 28
8.3
varithek ® 2.0 CH-800 .......................................................................................................................................... 28
8.4
varithek ® 2.0 CK-2 200........................................................................................................................................ 28
8.5
varithek ® 2.0 CK-2 ............................................................................................................................................. 30
8.6
varithek ® 2.0 CK-3 400........................................................................................................................................ 31
8.7
varithek ® 2.0 IK-3 500 E, varithek ® 2.0 IK-3 500 QE .......................................................................................... 32
8.8
varithek ® 2.0 IK-3 600 QB ................................................................................................................................... 33
8.8.1
8.8.2
Overview of functions ..................................................................................................................................... 33
Intended use of varithek ® 2.0 IK-3 600 QB ................................................................................................... 35
8.8.3
Instructions for use ......................................................................................................................................... 35
8.9
varithek ® 2.0 GP-3 400 und GP-2 500 ................................................................................................................ 36
8.10 varithek ® 2.0 KP-220 SP .................................................................................................................................... 36
8.11 Accessories and their use ................................................................................................................................... 37
9
Cleaning, maintenance and care ................................................................................................................. 38
9.1
Safety information relating to cleaning, maintenance and care .......................................................................... 38
9.2
Choose the correct cleaning method .................................................................................................................. 39
9.3
Clean and service stainless steel parts .............................................................................................................. 39
9.4
Clean and service plastic parts ........................................................................................................................... 40
9.5
Clean grease filter, grease drip tray .................................................................................................................... 40
9.6
Clean the ventilation grille ................................................................................................................................... 40
9.7
KP-220 SP .......................................................................................................................................................... 41
9.8
Ensure preservation of the product identification ............................................................................................... 41
9.9
Keep ready for next use in dry condition ............................................................................................................ 41
10 Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................................ 42
11 Warranty and liability .................................................................................................................................... 43
12 Excerpt from EC Declarations of Conformity ............................................................................................. 43
13 Index ............................................................................................................................................................... 44
14 Contact address ............................................................................................................................................ 44
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Revision Index
1
Revision Index
Revision
Change
2011-03-16
First issue
2011-05-02
Declaration of conformity
2011-07-24
Safety instructions supplemented: Chap. 4.2; Chap. 5.2, Chap.
7.1, Chap. 8.1
2012-09-11
Safety instructions supplemented; Comprehensibility improved
2012-10-31
Pages 6, 23, 24, 29
2012-12-12
Page 9
2013-11-07
Potential equalisation, product identification
2014-04-25
KP-220; Register, product identification, K POT calibration
2017-02-23
TÜV, hot/cold appliance, built-in appliance
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Important Information
2.1
Using this guide
This guide contains important information about how you can use the appliance safely and correctly.
► Read the operating instructions before first using the product.
► Keep this guide in a safe place and pass it onto the next owner should you wish
to part with the product.
Our customers often express the wish to have one compact guide instead of a number of different
guides for these product variants, which have similar functions.
If there are any shortcomings in your opinion, please do not hesitate to let us know. With your help, we
will try to become even better.
Please add your notes here ☺
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Important Information
2.2
Representation conventions in the text
•
Lists are represented in this way.
➢
Instructions on certain actions are represented in this way.
▌
The result of the action is represented in this way.
See ‘. . . ’ , cross-references are represented in this way.
CAUTION
indicates potential damage to property without any personal injury.
Failure to follow these instructions may cause damage to property.
User tip
► Useful information or tip
2.3
Structure of safety instructions
The signal words DANGER - WARNING - CAUTION classify the possible degree of risk of bodily injury in an
actual situation. You can avoid injury by complying with the behavioural rules provided.
The warning triangle symbol indicates a "General Danger".
DANGER!
indicates imminent danger.
Failure to follow these warning instructions will result in serious bodily
injury or even death.
WARNING!
indicates a potentially hazardous situation.
Failure to follow these warning instructions may cause serious bodily
injury or even death.
CAUTION!
indicates a potentially harmful situation.
Failure to follow these warnings may cause minor bodily injury.
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Description of device
3
Description of device
3.1
Type overview
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Type:
Notes:
CH - 800
Ceran ® glass surface,
800 W,
1/1 flat
CK - 2 200 Q
Ceran ® glass surface
CK - 2 800 Q
Ceran ® glass surface,
1/1 flat
CK - 3 400
Ceran ® glass surface,
2x round
IK - 3 500 QE
Ceran ® glass surface with
induction hob, 1/1 flat
IK - 3 500 E
Ceran ® glass surface with
induction hob, 1x round
IK - 3 600 QB
Ceran ® glass surface with
2 induction hobs
GP - 3 400 SP
Stainless steel plate, 1/1 flat
GP - 2 500 I SP
Stainless steel plate with
induction heating,
1/1 flat
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Description of device
3.2
KP - 220 SP
Plate comprising multi-layer
material,
1/1 flat
KP - 220 SP-W
Plate comprising multi-layer
material, 1/1 flat,
keeping warm and chilling
operating modes
KP - 220 SP-E
Plate comprising multi-layer
material, 1/1 flat,
keeping warm and chilling
operating modes; analog
control;
For installation
Identification of components
All parts are named here to facilitate further understanding of the manual.
3.2.1
varithek 2.0 ® types CH and CK
1
2
3
4
Ceran ® glass surface
Lead
Indicator light for outer front heating
surface, lights up YELLOW
Retractable and continuously variable
power regulator and ON/OFF switch
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6
Indicator light for ‘Switched ON/OFF’
operating status, which lights up
GREEN; the corresponding power
regulator is located on the right
Indicator light for ‘hot surface’ residual
heat indicator, lights up RED,
front and rear heating surface
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Description of device
3.2.2
varithek 2.0 ® type GP
1
2
3
3.2.3
Stainless steelheating surface
Lead
Indicator light for ‘Switched ON/OFF’
operating status, which lights up GREEN
during heating
4
5
6
7
Retractable and continuously variable
power regulator and ON/OFF switch
Grease filter (only for type GP 2 500 I)
Grease drip tray
Grease drain
varithek 2.0 ® types IK
Induction hob
1
2
3
4
8
Induction hob /Ceran ® glass surface
Lead
Indicator light
Indicator light for ‘Switched ON/OFF’
operating status’
5
6
Retractable and continuously variable
power regulator and ON/OFF switch
Grease filter
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Description of device
The indicator light for the operating status lights up GREEN, when the appliance is switched on.
The operation indicator light illuminates GREEN, when the inductive mode is activated or a metal
pan is on the heating surface.
3.2.4
7
Retractable and continuously variable
power regulator, front heating surface
8
Retractable and continuously variable
power regulator, rear heating surface
9
ON/OFF switch
varithek 2.0 ® type KP
KP-220 SP
for chilling food to around -7 °C
1
2
3
Stainless steel cooling surface
Lead
Indicator light for ‘Switched ON/OFF’
operating status, which lights up GREEN
during chilling
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Retractable and continuously variable
power regulator and ON/OFF switch
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Description of device
KP-220 SP-W
For keeping food warm or cold
500 W
Width 325 mm
Depth 642 mm
Height 143 mm
Weight 14.1 kg
The appliance starts immediately
from cold to hot. Up to around
+120 °C in keep-warm mode.
From hot to cold, the appliance
starts when the multi-layer plate has
cooled down to around 40 °C. To
around -7 °C in cooling mode.
1
2
3
Surface for keeping food warm or cool
Lead
Toggle switch, 3-stage.
Switched OFF in position ‘0’,
pressed up switches the chilling function
on,
pressed down switches the keep-warm
function on
4
5
6
LED lights up green when the chilling
function is switched on
LED lights up yellow when the keepwarm function is switched on
Retractable and continuously variable
power regulator from 0 to 9 for both the
cooling function and the keep-warm
function
KP-220 SP-E
For keeping food warm or cold
500 W
Function field:
Width 398 mm
Depth 603 mm
Height 139 mm
Control:
Width 388 mm
Depth 142 mm
Height 100 mm
Weight 16.1 kg
The appliance starts immediately
from cold to hot. Up to around
+120 °C in keep-warm mode.
From hot to cold, the appliance
starts when the multi-layer plate has
cooled down to around 40 °C. To
around -7 °C in cooling mode.
1
2
Surface for keeping food warm or cool
Toggle switch, 3-stage.
Switched OFF in position ‘0’,
3
4
pressed up switches the chilling function
on,
pressed down switches the keep-warm
function on
10
5
6
Retractable and continuously variable
power regulator from 0 to 9 for the keepwarm function
Retractable and continuously variable
power regulator from 0 to 9 for the
chilling function
LED lights up green when the chilling
function is switched on
LED lights up yellow when the keepwarm function is switched on
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Description of device
3.3
Technical data
CH-800
CK-2 200 Q
GP-3 400 SP
IK-3 500 QE
CK-2 800 Q
GP-2 500 I SP
IK-3 500 E
IK-3 600 QB KP-220 SP
CK-3 400
Connected value [W]
800
2 200
2 800
3 400
3 400
2 500
3 500
3 600
220
Power generation
Electric hob
Electric hob
Grill
(Induction)
Induction
Induction
Refrigeration
capacity 1801
watts at VT 10 °C,
refrigerant
R 134a
Stainless steel
Ceran ® glass Ceran ® glass SWISS-PLY
® multi-layer
surface
surface
material
Material
Work surface
Ceran ® glass Ceran ® glass
surface
surface
Housing
Stainless
steel
External dimensions
[mm]
Width
325
325
325
325
325
325
Depth
620
620
620 / 642
642
642
642
Height
62
78
143
140
78
143
Weight [kg]
6.5
6.5 / 7.0
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13
9.2
14.1
Ambient temperature
+ 5°C to + 40°C
Load-bearing capacity of
installation area [kg]
40 kg
Minimum distance from
walls
20 cm
Protection class
IPX4 as per EN 60529 protection against splashing.
For installation outdoors a canopy or protection from penetrating moisture is required.
Rated voltage / mains
frequency
1N AC 230 V 50 / 60 Hz
Length of connection
cable:
0.8 m or 2.5 m as per the purchase order
Hobs can be distinguished according to the type of heat generation:
•
Electric hob: → The heat is generated within the hob with electric heating elements.
•
Induction hob: → The hob generates an alternating magnetic field, whose energy heats the
base of the pot.
The appliances are equivalent to 1/1 Gastronorm in size.
1Temperature
adjustable from around -7 °C to +12 °C at a room temperature of around 20 °C.
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Description of device
Equipotential bonding on the underside of the appliance. This protective measure serves
for additional safety. Standard-compliant implementation with subsequent inspection of the
system is carried out by a qualified electrician.
IEC 60364-5-54:2011; for Germany DIN VDE 0100:540:2012-06
For detailed information on dimensions, order number, accessories, circuit diagrams, spare and
wearing parts:
See catalogue/brochure
3.4
Accessories and their use
User tip
With the right accessories, varithek ®2.0 is energy-saving, and the appliance can be used
for a wider range of applications.
► Use accessories from Rieber.
3.4.1
thermoplate ®
User tip
thermoplate ® is cookware in GN format; suitable for both cooling and cooking without
having to transfer.
varithek ® 2.0 is optimally designed for the use of thermoplate ®.
► Use the thermoplate ® with a lid.
▌
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This will save time and energy.
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Description of device
3.4.2
3.4.3
varithek ® GN-port
1
2
3
thermoplate ®
varithek ® GN-port
varithek ® 2.0
➢
thermoplate ® directly on the Ceran® glass surface of the varithek ® 2.0 appliance, otherwise the
appliance could overheat and be damaged. Does not apply for type ‘CH-800’.
varithek® table-top system modules
➢
Place thermoplate ® directly on the Ceran® glass surface of the varithek ® 2.0 appliance,
otherwise the appliance could overheat and be damaged. Does not apply for type ‘CH-800’.
1
thermoplate ®
2
varithek ® 2.0 Ceran hob
3
varithek ® table-top system module
•
Stainless steel, double-walled, with base. Front flap double-folding; or without flap.
•
Suitable for use on a table or in a placement niche.
▌
This offers greater safety for use on the table in front of the guest.
•
Suitable for integrating different varithek ® functional elements. The rack height can be
selected by way of the beading on the inside.
➢
ATTENTION. Do not place varithek ® 2.0 on top of the frame of a varithek ®system module.
Only insert as shown in the images.
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Description of device
3.4.4
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varithek ® built-in system modules
1
Upper frame
2
varithek ® V-EST built-in system module
•
For fixed installation in a suitable furniture unit.
•
For integrating different varithek ® function elements.
➢
WARNING! Risk of burns! Risk of overheating. Always leave the system module flap open on
an appliance with inductive heating.
➢
ATTENTION. Place thermoplate ® directly on the Ceran® glass surface of the varithek ® 2.0
appliance, otherwise the appliance could overheat and be damaged.
Does not apply for type ‘CH-800’.
➢
ATTENTION. Do not insert varithek ® 2.0 on the upper frame of a varithek ® system module.
Only insert as shown in the image below.
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Purpose
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Purpose
This chapter describes the intended use and contains warnings against misuse, for your safety.
4.1
Generally, the following are intended uses for the product
•
For system catering, catering, hotels and restaurants and school cafeterias.
•
Suitable for use as a table-top unit.
Designed for integration in the varithek ® GN port.
Designed for integration in the varithek ® table-top system module.
Designed for integration in the varithek ® built-in system module.
See "Accessories and their use", page 12
•
To prevent persons from burning themselves on hot surfaces, use of the product in
public/for self-service should only be allowed under constant supervision.
•
Wear personnel protective equipment such as protective gloves to avoid burns to your
hands and arms when close to hot parts such as the hob, containers and food.
•
For use by adults only.
•
Only operate the appliance on a disconnectable mains socket.
•
Connect a residual current operated device with a tripping current of 30 mA in series on site.
•
Equipotential bonding must be carried out by a qualified electrician.
•
The intended use includes compliance with the technical data.
•
Comply with the technical data for the appliance. Note the information on the rating plate as
well as the product identification.
•
Note the respective appliance-specific intended use.
See details on the cover sheet, page 1
4.2
Prevent any potential misuse
# Prevent any potential misuse in advance, general
•
Do not operate the appliance unsupervised.
•
Do not operate the appliance outdoors. Keep the appliance away from moisture.
•
Do not operate the appliance in dimly lit places.
•
Do not lean against or sit on the appliance.
•
Keep any combustible or explosive fluids away from heated appliances. Otherwise a fire or
explosion may occur.
•
Never operate the appliance with an empty cooking container.
•
After 3 hours the total permissible regenerating and keep-warm time according to the health
requirements is reached. Comply with the HACCP requirements.
•
Do not use to heat up a room.
•
Not intended for private domestic use.
# Prevent any potential misuse
•
Not intended for private domestic use.
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Purpose
4.3
Special intended use for appliances
with a Ceran ® glass surface
# Avoid foreseeable misuse
4.4
➢
WARNING! Danger of electric shock! If the Ceran ® glass surface is damaged, if there is a
crack in the glass for example, disconnect the appliance from the mains supply immediately. If
possible avoid electrically conductive materials in the immediate vicinity, for example metal splash
guards.
➢
With varithek ® 2.0 with Ceran ® glass surface, never place a hot pan on the cold Ceran ® glass
surface or a cold pan on the “hot” Ceran ® glass surface, as the Ceran ® glass surface could crack
due to temperature stress.
➢
Even a seemingly light object such as a salt cellar can cause cracks or breaks in the Ceran ® glass
surface in the worst case scenario. Prevent objects from falling onto the Ceran ® glass surface.
➢
Do not place aluminium foil or plastic containers on the Ceran ® glass surface, as this could cause
damage.
Special intended use for appliances with an induction hob
# Avoid foreseeable misuse
4.5
4.6
➢
WARNING! Persons with a pacemaker may experience interference or influence when
handling an induction appliance due to electromagnetic radiation. We recommend that the
operator takes the following precautions: Keep persons with a pacemaker away from the
appliance. Identify this workplace where necessary. Have the doctor clarify the actual situation and
individual compatibility where necessary.
➢
The induction generator could switch off or be damaged. Only use the appliance with inductioncompatible and approved cookware. Semi-inductive cookware will result in a decreased cooking
performance; the efficiency will be substantially reduced.
Special intended use for appliances with a stainless steel grill area
•
For frying and braising foodstuffs.
•
Never place a plastic container on the stainless steel grill area, as this could cause
damage.
Special intended use for appliances with a stainless steel cooling
surface
•
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For cooling food.
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General Safety Instructions
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General Safety Instructions
This section covers residual risks and hazards associated with the intended use of the appliance. We have
provided a list of all generally valid safety instructions which must be followed.
In the following section, safety information relating to a particular operation or situation is placed before the
appropriate operation step or description of the situation.
The information provided here such as ‘Basic rules of conduct’, ‘Operator's obligations’ etc. only refers to the
legally required observance of requirements such as the Workplaces Ordinance (ArbStättV) according to
German law.
Observe these operating and safety instructions to prevent injuries, damage to health
and damage to property. Refrain from rearranging or changing the device.
Do not use the appliance if damaged. If there are signs of a fault or in the case of
unusual noises or smell, switch the appliance off and unplug the mains plug. Only use
the appliance with the cable undamaged. Otherwise there is a danger of electric shock
and fire.
Maintenance and repair work may only be carried out by qualified and skilled
personnel using original spare parts and accessories. Never attempt to carry out
repairs to the appliance yourself!
Only connect the appliance to suitable earthed mains connections. Make sure that the
mains connection matches the specifications on the type plate of the appliance, see
bottom of appliance. Otherwise there is a danger of fire and electric shock!
Place the appliance on a stable, flat and heat-resistant surface, to prevent risk of fire
and accidents.
Do not place the cable close to heat sources or on sharp edges etc. Always grasp the
plug, not the cable, when removing the plug from the socket. Otherwise the cable may
be damaged. Do not allow the cable to hang down. Lay the cable in such a way that it
does not represent a tripping hazard!
When using extension cables: Unwind the cable from the cable drum to prevent a
possible heat build-up and/or cable fire. The coupling must have splash protection,
must be made of rubber or be rubber-coated. The cable cross-section must be at least
1.5 mm2.
This appliance is not intended to be used by persons (including children) with limited
physical, sensory or mental aptitude or lack of experience and/or knowledge unless
they are supervised by a person responsible for their safety or have received
instruction from this person as to how the appliance is used. Children should be
supervised, to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
Do not operate the appliance unsupervised. Make sure that the switch is in position "0"
and the power regulator is in position "0", before inserting the plug in the socket. Make
sure the appliance cannot be switched on unintentionally. Connecting the appliance to
the power supply while it is switched on can cause an accident.
Protect the appliance from moisture (splashes, rain). Do not immerse the appliance in
water or other liquids, do not wash in the dishwasher. Water penetration increases the
risk of an electric shock.
Use only Rieber thermoplate ® as a cooking vessel. Always use a lid for heating food
or keeping it warm. The hob and the bottom of the cooking vessel must always be
clean and dry. Do not use cooking vessels made of plastic, porcelain or aluminium foil.
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Do not block or cover the ventilation slot for aerating and ventilating the appliance. This
can lead to overheating of the appliance. Observe a minimum distance of 10 cm from
walls or objects. Do not operate the appliance near other heat sources. Do not insert
objects into the openings.
Do not touch the hot surface of the glass or adjacent surfaces. The surfaces of the
appliance get hot. Please let the appliance cool down completely before cleaning or
storing it. Otherwise there is a risk of burns and fire!
thermoplates ® get hot during use. Wear protective gloves when handling hot
thermoplates ®. Avoid burns.
WARNING! When lifting the lid, scalds can be caused by hot steam or
condensation water.
Risk of burns from hot food. Check the temperature of the food before serving.
Carefully clean the appliance at regular intervals. Do not use corrosive cleaning
agents, hard scouring pads, steel wool or oven spray. You can find special cleaners
and cleaning scrapers in shops.
Avoid scratches from pointed and sharp objects on the glass surface. Protect the glass
surface from breakage due to falling objects. Place cooking vessels carefully on the
glass surface.
Materials such as plastic, aluminium foil or sugar can cause cracks or breaks in the hot
glass ceramic.
Switch the heating mechanism off and scrape off the residues with a glass scraper,
while the heating surface is still warm.
# Important information
In addition to this user guide there are a range of health and safety and other
regulations that are relevant for operation. When handling food, please observe the
HACCP regulations on compliance with hygiene requirements.
Your appliance is made of high-quality material which can be reused / recycled. Take it
to a collection point. For disposal, disconnect the appliance from mains supply. Unplug
the mains plug. Cut off the cable directly at the casing. Take the appliance and the
cable to your municipal waste disposal centre.
CAUTION
The total connected load of electrical appliances might exceed the locally permissible
connected load. Peak loads can occur, for example, when several appliances are
turned on/off simultaneously. Material damage, including cable fire, is possible.
► Comply with the locally permissible connected load.
► Avoid switching a large number of appliances on/off at the same time.
CAUTION
thermoplates ® can be damaged by overheating.
► Please observe the thermoplate ® instructions.
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# Operator's obligations
Operator: The operator is the person who operates the appliance for commercial or economic purposes either
himself/herself or lets others use it and bears the legal appliance responsibility for protection of the user, staff or
any third parties during operation.
The appliance is used in commercial applications. For this reason, the operator of the appliance must
meet all legal duties relating to work safety.
In addition to the safety instructions in this guide, the safety, accident prevention and environmental
protection regulation applying to the application of the appliance must be complied with.
In particular, the following shall apply:
•
The operator must be familiar with the applicable work safety regulations and identify, by
carrying out a risk analysis, any additional hazards which are due to the place where the
appliance is used. These hazards must be addressed in the form of operating instructions
governing the operation of the appliance.
•
Throughout the period of use of the device the operator must check that the operating
instructions which he has compiled comply with the current regulations and adapt them if
necessary.
•
The operator must define and assign the responsibilities for installation, operation, repair,
maintenance and cleaning clearly.
•
The operator must ensure that all employees who use the device have read and
understood these instructions. In addition, the operator must train the personnel and inform
them of the hazards involved at regular intervals.
•
The operator must provide the personnel with the necessary protective equipment and
issue mandatory instructions on wearing it.
In addition, the operator must ensure that the appliance is always in a perfect technical condition. For
this reason, the following shall apply:
5.1
•
The operator must ensure that the maintenance intervals defined in this guide are obeyed.
•
The operator must regularly check all safety devices for functionality and completeness.
•
The operator must ensure that the appropriate media connections are present.
•
The operator must ensure that structural safety measures are performed.
Qualification of personnel
Safe operation requires certain technical skills and personal qualification of each person.
•
The responsibility for organization lies with the ‘Designated Representative’ (operator).
According to EN 50110-1 a work supervisor is a person who is appointed to take direct
responsibility for the performance of work. If necessary, this responsibility can be assigned
partly to other persons. [...] The designated representative must instruct all persons
involved in the work on all hazards which may not be obvious for them’.
•
The work may only be performed by ‘instructed persons’ who have been trained
accordingly. Training, instructions must be repeated, proper understanding must be verified
(ideally by way of an appropriate test).
•
Only ‘Qualified Staff’ are allowed to carry out repair work.
IEC 60204-1 defines qualified personnel as "persons who, on account of their training and
relevant experience are in the position to recognise risks and avoid potentially dangerous
situations."
•
Electrical work may only be carried out by trained and experienced electricians.
Electro-technically instructed persons may only work under the supervision of a qualified
electrician.
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5.2
Provision of protective equipment for personnel
➢
Ensure that the personnel wear the personal protective equipment appropriate to the relevant
situation.
Wear safety gloves to avoid burns.
➢
5.3
Appliance-specific safety instructions
This chapter provides general safety information about devices from this modular series of products. In the
following section, additional safety information relating to a particular operation or situation is placed before the
appropriate operation step or description of the situation.
5.3.1
Safety and monitoring devices
•
The appliance is protected against overheating. In the case of a defective control, the
maximum admissible temperature is kept.
•
In addition to protection against electric shock and in order to ensure that the frames of
electrical equipment and any external conductive components are at an equal (or practically
equal) potential, the appliance must be connected to the potential equalisation system.
The connection of all conductive bodies (housing) of electrical equipment to an earthed
protective conductor and the main earthing bar is the basic principle for protection against
electric shock.
•
To increase your safety we recommend that you install a residual current device with a
tripping current of 30 mA upstream of the appliance.
•
Only connect the appliance to a switched mains socket, so that the power supply can be
interrupted in case of emergency.
•
The appliance has an indicator light for ‘Switched ON/OFF’ operating status, which lights up
green when the appliance is switched on. Does not apply to type ‘CK-2 200’.
# Safety and monitoring devices for ‘CK-2 200’
•
After 3 hours the total permissible regenerating and keep-warm time according to the health
requirements is reached.
▌
The LED flashes red after 3 hours of continuous operation.
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5.3.2
Risks from hot surfaces, burns and explosion
WARNING!
In the area of hot parts such as hob, containers and food, there is a risk of burning one's
hands and arms on the hot surfaces. The state of the hot heating surface is not visible.
►
►
►
►
Where possible wear protective gloves.
Keep unauthorised persons away from the appliance.
Never operate the appliance unsupervised.
Keep flammable materials away from the product.
WARNING!
Risk of explosion due to overheated oil or fat.
► Never quench burning grills / frying surfaces with water, as this would create a risk of
explosion.
► Smother the flames with a large pan lid, plate or damp cloth.
5.3.3
Dangers due to unexpected heating of objects as a result of induction
WARNING!
Risk of burns when wearing metal parts on the body in close proximity to an induction
appliance close to the surface of the cooking area.
► Do not wear watches, rings or metal objects.
► Do not place metal objects such as cutlery, tins or jewellery on the hob within the
cooking zone.
CAUTION
Substantial damage is possible to magnetically-sensitive objects in close proximity to an
induction appliance.
► Keep magnetically-sensitive objects such as credit cards, phone cards, cassettes and
watches away from the area immediately around an induction appliance.
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5.3.4
Danger for persons with pacemakers due to induction
WARNING!
Risk of death. Persons with a pacemaker may experience interference or influence when
handling an induction appliance due to electromagnetic radiation.
We recommend that the operator takes the following precautions:
► Keep persons with a pacemaker away from the appliance initially. Identify this
workplace where necessary.
► Have the doctor clarify the actual situation and individual compatibility where
necessary.
5.3.5
Danger of electric shock
Electrical hazards
WARNING!
Danger of electric shock. Water penetration increases the risk of an electric shock.
► Never direct a water jet onto the device.
► Protect the appliance from moisture.
Risks arising from damaged Ceran® glass surface
WARNING!
Risk of electric shock from damaged Ceran® glass surface cannot be excluded.
► Avoid electrically conductive materials in the immediate vicinity, for example metal
splash guard.
► If the Ceran® glass surface is damaged, if it is cracked, for example, disconnect the
appliance from the mains supply immediately.
See ‘Troubleshooting’ chapter, page 42
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CAUTION
Improper handling and impacts can damage the Ceran ® glass surface.
► NEVER place a hot pot on the cold Ceran ® glass surface or a cold pot on a hot
Ceran ® glass surface, otherwise the Ceran ® glass surface may crack due to thermal
stresses.
► Do not place inappropriately large or heavy pots or objects on the appliance. Avoid
falling objects.
► Even seemingly light objects, like a salt cellar, can cause cracks or breaks in the worst
case scenario. Prevent objects from falling on the Ceran ® glass surface.
► Materials such as plastic, aluminium foil or sugar can cause cracks or breaks as well
as incrustations and adhesions on the hot Ceran ® glass surface. Switch the heating
mechanism off and scrape off the residues with a glass scraper, while the heating
surface is still warm.
5.3.6
Danger of cuts from damaged Ceran ® glass surface
WARNING!
Danger of cuts from damaged Ceran ® glass surface. Sharp edges can cause severe cuts.
► If the Ceran ® glass surface is damaged, disconnect the appliance from the mains
supply immediately.
► Take the necessary measures.
5.3.7
Note the product identification and ensure its preservation
•
The type plate bears the legally required product data.
•
Brief instructions on use
➢
Unplug the mains plug before opening or cleaning the appliance.
Equipotential bonding on the underside of the appliance. Note the symbol.
5.4
Information about regulations to be followed
In addition to this user guide there are a range of health and safety and other regulations that are
relevant for the operation of this cooking station; these include HACCP food hygiene regulations for
example.
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Before First Use
5.5
What to do in an emergency
➢
In an emergency the power supply must be cut off immediately.
# First aid in the event of burns and scalding or electric shock:
➢
Inform yourself on this before commissioning the appliance.
➢
Store the emergency equipment, including the relevant instructions, at a readily accessible place
near the place of use.
User tip
► You can find detailed information in the company's internal instructions.
► We recommend that half-yearly emergency training sessions should be carried out.
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Before First Use
This chapter provides information about preparations that have to be made before using the device.
# Check/deal with any transport damage
➢
Immediately after delivery, visually check the appliance for any transport damage.
➢
Document any potential transport damage on the consignment note in the presence of the haulage
contractor. Have the damage confirmed by the haulage contractor (with signature).
➢
Decide if you wish to keep the appliance and report the defect using the consignment note, or if
you wish to reject the appliance.
▌
By following this procedure you will ensure proper claim settlement.
# Unpacking
➢
Open the transport packaging at the positions provided for this purpose. Do not tear or cut.
➢
Remove any packaging remnants.
# Scope of delivery
➢
Check the scope of delivery.
# Dispose of packaging material
➢
Dispose of packaging material in a proper and environmentally compatible manner.
# Clean the appliance
➢
Clean the appliance if necessary before using for the first time.
See chapter ‘Cleaning, maintenance and care’, page 38
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Safety instructions for commissioning /recommissioning
Observe the general prerequisites
•
The appliance has no defects or visible damage.
•
The appliance is at room temperature and is dry.
CAUTION
Protective foils or heat-sensitive objects at/in the appliance might damage the appliance
during heating.
► Ensure that there is no protective foil on/in the appliance.
➢
Comply with the installation conditions, such as adequate lighting, stable positioning, free access.
The place of installation is horizontal.
➢
WARNING! Risk of fire. Observe a minimum distance of 20 cm from walls.
When setting up this appliance close to a wall, separating wall, kitchen furniture, decorative
casing, etc., we recommend ensuring that these are not made of flammable materials. Failing this,
they must be clad with suitable, non-combustible, heat-insulating material. The fire safety
regulations must be observed.
➢
WARNING! Only operate the appliance with a power socket that can be disconnected.
Install a ground fault circuit interrupter with a trigger current of 30 mA upstream.
Observe the chapter ‘Intended use, page 15
Special instructions for the installation of varithek 2.0 ® GP-3 400
➢
Ensure adequate ventilation. An extractor fan is required at the place of installation.
Observe the local building inspectorate regulations
➢
Get information from the local authorities.
Comply with applicable electrical regulations
WARNING!
Danger of electric shock. Dangerous electrical voltage. The total connected load of
electrical appliances might exceed the locally permissible connected load.
► Have electrical work carried out by the manufacturer, its customer service or a
qualified electrician only.
► Only connect the appliance via a residual current operated device (RCD).
Connect the appliance to a power socket with protective contact.
► Peak loads can occur, for example, when several appliances are turned on/off
simultaneously. Material damage, including cable fire, is possible. Comply with the
locally permissible connected load. Avoid switching a large number of appliances
on/off at the same time.
Equipotential bonding must be carried out by a qualified electrician.
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8
Use
8.1
Safety information with regard to use
Keep to the basic rules for operating the product
➢
WARNING! Danger of electric shock! If the mains cable is damaged, switch off and lock the
appliance immediately. Repair.
WARNING! Danger of cuts from damaged Ceran®glass surface.
➢
➢
WARNING! Keep unauthorised persons away from the appliance. Never operate the
appliance unsupervised.
WARNING! Risk of burns! Risk of fire! NEVER pour oil or fat into an empty, heated pot or
➢
pan.
➢
WARNING! Risk of explosion due to overheated oil or fat. Smother the flames with a large
pan lid, plate or damp cloth.
WARNING! Risk of fire due to excessively soiled or missing grease filter.
➢
➢
Never use the appliance as a storage surface.
➢
Keep aluminium foil and plastic containers away from the heating surface.
➢
WARNING! In the event of a power failure always switch off the switch of the mains socket
outlet, otherwise the appliance could suddenly restart and cause unforeseen risks.
➢
Observe the indicator light for ‘Switched ON/OFF’ operating status and the operation indicator light
etc..
➢
Remove stubborn dirt from the Ceran® glass surface immediately if possible,
using the glass scraper.
➢
Light dirt that is not burnt on can be removed with a damp cloth or a washingup sponge without detergent.
See ‘Cleaning, maintenance and care’ chapter, page 38
# Observe certain prerequisites for appliances with inductive heat generation
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➢
WARNING! Risk of burns! Keep metal objects such as watches, rings, cutlery and tins away
from the cooking zone. These could be heated up very quickly.
➢
Only use induction-compatible containers for the induction cooking appliance. Use GN containers,
pots and pans.
▌
Unsuitable equipment can damage the appliance.
▌
If unsuitable equipment is used, no power is output.
▌
The use of combined types of cooking equipment (semi-inductive cookware)
decreases efficiency.
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Always place the induction-compatible cooking container centrally on the induction hob:
▌
➢
The cooking container is heated evenly.
Keep magnetically-sensitive objects such as credit cards and phone cards away.
Such objects could be damaged.
8.2
General mode of operation
8.2.1
Start process
➢
Connect appliance to
power.
➢
Switch on the switch of the mains socket outlet.
➢
thermoplate ® on the
appliance.
➢
Put lid on.
➢
Select the desired power
setting.
➢
Press and retract power
regulator.
▌
➢
8.2.2
➢
Press the retractable power
regulator.
The selected program is executed.
If the power supply is interrupted during the program sequence, the program must be restarted.
Stop process
➢
Press the retractable power
regulator.
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Turn the power regulator to '0'.
▌
The indicator light will be off.
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8.2.3
8.3
Switch appliance off
➢
Press the retractable Power
regulator .
➢
Turn the power regulator to
'0'.
➢
Press the retractable
power regulator.
➢
Switch off the switch of the
mains socket outlet.
➢
Unplug the connector from
the mains socket outlet.
➢
Allow appliance to cool
down.
varithek ® 2.0 CH-800
# Intended use of varithek ® 2.0 CH-800
•
For keeping ready-to-eat hot dishes warm.
•
Retractable dial with ON/OFF switch ,infinitely variable, marked from 0 to 9.
‘Purpose’, cover sheet page 1, page 15 ff.
8.4
varithek ® 2.0 CK-2 200
# Intended use of varithek ® 2.0 CK-2 200
•
Keep-warm settings 1 to 3:  For keeping ready-to-eat hot dishes warm.
•
Programs P1 to P6:
•
Power settings 4 to 6:
 For automatic regeneration of pre-prepared dishes.
 For steaming, cooking and baking.
‘Purpose’, cover sheet page 1, page 15 ff.
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Initial temperature
4° to 6°C
Initial temperature
4° to 6°C
Initial temperature
65° to 70°C
Power settings
Program settings
for regenerating
small quantities
Program settings
for regenerating
large quantities.
Program settings
for keeping warm
For cooking, baking and
grilling freshly prepared
meals
# Program settings for keeping warm
Program setting
▌
for keeping food warm
Medium power
for delicate dishes
300 W
for less delicate dishes
440 W
for robust dishes
650 W
The LED lights up red during the keep-warm time.
# Program settings for regeneration
Automatic regeneration of pre-prepared food

Preheating
phas
e
Cooking phase
2 200 W
1 100 – 1 900 W
Keep-warm phase
around 300 W – 440 W
1.5 to 4 minutes
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Program setting
For heating / regenerating food. For
example
Medium power
Food with delicate structure such as
fish, rice, couscous, pasta
1 100 W
Delicate vegetable dishes such as
chard, asparagus, hop shoots, sugar
snap peas
1 220 W
Less delicate vegetable dishes such
as puree, polenta, root vegetables,
beans, cauliflower, carrots
1 400 W
Thai curry, light vegetable stews,
Züricher Geschnetzeltes (Zurich-style
veal dish), rice, pasta, couscous,
puree
1 550 W
Casseroles, ragouts, compact stews
containing meat
1 700 W
Casseroles, ragout
1 870 W
After 35 minutesthe appliance automatically switches to the keep-warm phase.
▌ The LED flashes yellow.
▌
Change to the keep-warm phase
# Power settings for cooking
Power setting
•
for:
Power:
Steaming
1 100 W
Cooking and baking
1 450 W
Baking
2 200 W
After 3 hours the total permissible regenerating and keep-warm time according to the health
requirements is reached.
▌
The LED flashes red after 3 hours of continuous operation.
CAUTION
thermoplate ® can be damaged by overheating.
► Please observe the instructions for your thermoplate ®.
8.5
varithek ® 2.0 CK-2
# Intended use of varithek ® 2.0 CK-2 800
•
For keeping ready-to-eat hot dishes warm.
•
For cooking
•
Retractable dial with ON/OFF switch , infinitely variable, marked from 0 to 9.
‘Purpose’, cover sheet page 1, page 15 ff.
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varithek ® 2.0 CK-3 400
1
Retractable and infinitely variable power
regulator, settings 0 to 9, rear heating
surface; and ON/OFF switch
1.1 Indicator light for ‘Switched ON/OFF’
operating status, lights up GREEN
during heating, rear Heating surface
1.2 Indicator light for ‘hot surface’ residual
heat indicator, lights up RED,
rear heating surface
2
Retractable and infinitely variable power
regulator, settings 0 to 9, front heating
surface; and ON/OFF switch
2.1 Indicator light for ‘Switched ON/OFF’
operating status, lights up GREEN
during heating, front heating surface
2.2 Indicator light for ‘hot surface’ residual
heat indicator, lights up RED,
front heating surface
3 Indicator light for outer front heating
surface, lights up YELLOW
# Note on using the front hob with 2 cooking zones
Turn the power regulator clockwise to increase the power, or anticlockwise to decrease it.
➢
Turn the power regulator (2) clockwise to activate the inner front cooking zone.
➢
By turning the power regulator (2) clockwise as far as the stop and slightly past, the outer front
cooking zone is also activated.
➢
To switch off the front cooking zone, turn the power regulator (2) to setting ‘0’.
User tip
► Place the pot or pan in the centre of the Ceran ® glass surface.
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8.7
varithek ® 2.0 IK-3 500 E, varithek ® 2.0 IK-3 500 QE
# Intended use
•
For keeping ready-to-eat hot dishes warm.
•
For cooking
•
Retractable dial with ON/OFF switch ,infinitely variable, marked from 0 to 9.
‘Purpose’, cover sheet page 1, page 15 ff.
Observe the special safety requirements
page 26
➢
WARNING! Risk of fire due to excessively soiled or missing grease filter. Make sure that the
grease filter is clean, dry and properly inserted.
# Note on use
➢
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Place the induction-compatible cooking container centrally on the hob.
Observe the minimum pot diameter of ≥ 120 mm.
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varithek ® 2.0 IK-3 600 QB
8.8.1
Overview of functions
8.8.1.1
8.8.1.2
X
Power settings
X
Melting and keep-warm function
X
Automatic preheating
X
Boost function
X
Bridging function
X
Automatic shut-off (operating time limitation)
X
Pot detection (induction)
•
The heat setting of a cooking zone can be selected without any cookware present.
•
The power is generally only released by the control when suitable cookware is detected on
the cooking zone. Make sure that you use suitable cookware.
•
If no pot is detected, the appliance control switches the cooking zone off after
10 minutes. The cooking zone can only be switched on again when the power regulator has
been turned back to the "0" position.
•
Minimum pot diameter: 120 mm
Power settings
•
8.8.1.3
Pot detection
Power settings 1 to 9 enable any type of food preparation, from gently keeping warm and
regeneration to grilling.
Melting and keep-warm function
# Melting function
The purpose of the melting function is to regulate the base of the pot to give a temperature of
around 45°C /42°C in the pot. This allows food to be melted in an energy-optimised manner.
•
The melting function is setting 1, which is reached by turning the power regulator to the
right from the zero position.
•
The maximum period of time is limited to 2 hours. Switches to OFF automatically.
# Keep-warm function
The purpose of the keep-warm function is to regulate the base of the pot to give a temperature of
around 70°C /65°C in the pot. This allows food to be kept warm in an energy-optimised manner or
gently warmed.
•
The keep-warm function is setting 2, which is reached by turning the power regulator to the
right from the zero position.
•
The maximum period of time is limited to 2 hours. Switches to OFF automatically.
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8.8.1.4
Automatic preheating
The purpose of the automatic preheating is to trigger the following heat setting.
8.8.1.5
•
This function is activated by fully turning the power regulator to the left with a holding
time of at least 2 seconds. A heat setting must be selected on the power regulator
within 10 seconds, the so-called continuous cooking setting.
•
If heat settings 0, 1, 2, 9 are selected or if the power regulator is turned all the way to the
left/right, then the automatic preheating is not activated.
Boost function
•
With the boost function you can set a time limit, a maximum of 10 minutes, for operating a
cooking zone at maximum power.
•
If both hobs are selected in the booster function, then the last selection takes priority. The
other cooking zone is automatically reduced to half power. The maximum possible power of
the appliance is constant.
➢
To activate this function, turn the power regulator to setting 8, then to setting 9 as far as the
stop.
Then set the power regulator to setting 8.
➢
To deactivate the function, turn the power regulator anticlockwise to a setting below 8.
▌
8.8.1.6
8.8.1.7
After 10 minutes the function switches off automatically.
Bridging function
•
On the induction hob, two defined cooking zones can be "bridged". These can be controlled
as if they were "one" cooking zone.
•
The left cooking zone is the main cooking zone. The right cooking zone is the additional
cooking zone.
•
The power regulator of both cooking zones must be turned all the way to the right
simultaneously. Minimum holding time 2 seconds. The power regulator of the
additional cooking zone must then be set to heat setting 9.
Automatic shut-off (operating time limitation OTL)
•
Depending on the heat setting selected for each cooking zone, a maximum permissible
operating time (without any changes in heat setting) is defined.
•
If this maximum time limit is exceeded, the respective cooking zone is switched off.
•
The cooking zone can only be restarted after resetting ("zero setting") the power regulator.
•
The time remaining until automatic shut-off is reset to the initial value after each new
operation of the cooking zone.
Heat setting:
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OTL [minutes]:
Heat setting:
OTL [minutes]:
1
120
5
300
2
120
6
300
3
360
7
240
4
360
8
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Intended use of varithek ® 2.0 IK-3 600 QB
•
For keeping ready-to-eat hot dishes warm.
•
For cooking, grilling
‘Purpose’, cover sheet page 1, page 15 ff.
8.8.3
Instructions for use
Observe the special safety requirements
page 26
Suitable for induction-compatible GN containers of sizes 1/1, 2/3, 1/2, 1/3 as well as pots and pans with
a diameter of around 22 cm. Observe the minimum pot diameter of ≥ 120 mm.
•
Left power regulator for front hob.
•
Right power regulator for rear hob.
# Note on use
➢
Turn both power regulators to the ‘0’ position when switching on the appliance.
➢
Wait for at least 3 seconds. Then set the power regulator to the desired power.
▌
When the cooking container is removed from the hob, the power of the
appliance reduces automatically due to the absence of inductive heating.
User tip
► Use thermoplate ®, the coated swiss-ply thermoplate ® in GN format with or without
a handle, and Demeyère pots and pans.
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8.9
varithek ® 2.0 GP-3 400 und GP-2 500
# Intended use
•
For keeping ready-to-eat hot dishes warm.
•
For cooking, grilling
‘Purpose’, cover sheet page 1, page 15 ff.
Observe the special safety requirements
page 26
➢
WARNING! Risk of fire. Make sure that the grease drip tray and a clean and dry grease filter
are fitted on the bottom. Applies to type ‘GP 2 500 I’.
➢
Only use tools recommended for this purpose.
# Note on use
8.10
•
Infinitely adjustable with power regulator.
Temperature adjustable from +50 °C to +250 °C.
•
Grease drainage via grease drain pipe
varithek ® 2.0 KP-220 SP
# Intended use
•
For cooling and chilling food in front of the guest.
•
The work supervisor organises and is responsible for safe use of the appliance. For
example, he defines the maximum time for which the various meals can remain on the
cooling surface.
‘Purpose’, cover sheet page 1, page 15 ff.
Observe the special safety requirements
page 26
# Note on use
•
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Infinitely adjustable with power regulator, settings 0 to 9.
Temperature adjustable from +7 °C to +12 °C
at room temperature of around 20 °C.
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User tip
With the right accessories, varithek ® 2.0 is energy-saving
► Use coated swiss-ply thermoplates ® in GN format.
8.11
Accessories and their use
User tip
With the right accessories,varithek ® 2.0 is energy-saving, and the appliance can be used
for a wider range of applications.
► Use accessories from Rieber.
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9
Cleaning, maintenance and care
This chapter will help you to meet the hygiene requirements. Before reading this section, please read through
the "General safety instructions" section thoroughly first.
9.1
Safety information relating to cleaning, maintenance and care
Avoid dangers due to hot parts or areas
WARNING!
In the area of hot parts such as hob, containers and food, there is a risk of burning one's
hands and arms. The state of the hot heating surface is not visible.
► Where possible wear protective gloves.
► Keep unauthorised persons away from the appliance.
► Allow the device to cool down.
The surface of the appliance cools down to lukewarm within 60 minutes with the heating surface open.
Avoid dangers due to electricity
DANGER!
Danger of electric shock. Risk of death.
► Isolate appliance from power supply; disconnect the power supply unit.
► Protect the appliance from moisture. Never direct a water jet onto the device. Do not
use a steam cleaning unit to clean the appliance. Doing so may allow moisture to get
into the electrical system and cause a short circuit.
► Have electrical appliances inspected by a qualified electrician every six months 2.
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2
Unplug the connector
from the mains socket
outlet.
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Allow appliance to cool
down.
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Clean the appliance.
Source: Health and safety regulation BGV A3
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9.2
Choose the correct cleaning method
In principle the same rules apply for cleaning Ceran ® glass surfaces as for standard glass surfaces.
➢
Remove stubborn dirt from the Ceran® glass surface immediately if possible,
using the glass scraper.
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Light dirt that is not burnt on can be removed with a damp cloth or a washingup sponge without detergent.
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NOTE. Clean the cooled hob with commercially available glass cleaner.
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Wipe down the surfaces afterwards with a soft cloth.
CAUTION
Incorrect cleaning can damage the surface or even destroy the appliance.
► Be careful not to scratch the surface with sharp-edged objects. Do not use sponges
with a scratchy surface or steel wool or a steel brush.
► Do not use scouring agents of aggressive cleaning agents, such as oven sprays.
► Do not mix standard cleaning agents; do not produce your own cleaning agent.
► Avoid extended exposure of stainless steel to liquid containing salt, as this can lead to
surface discolouration and corrosion.
► Avoid direct, extended contact of stainless steel with corroding iron parts, e.g. steel
kitchen sponge.
9.3
Clean and service stainless steel parts
CAUTION
Incorrect cleaning can cause damage to the surface.
► Clean the appliance with a mild detergent diluted in hot water. After cleaning, rub
surfaces dry with a soft cloth.
User tip
► We recommend Rieber cleaning agent for stainless steel for cleaning stainless steel.
▌
Rieber GmbH & Co. KG
It is an especially thorough yet gentle cleaner, produces a dazzling shine,
and cleans and protects in one.
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9.4
Clean and service plastic parts
CAUTION
Incorrect cleaning can cause damage to the surface.
► Clean the appliance with a mild detergent diluted in hot water. After cleaning, rub
surfaces dry with a soft cloth.
9.5
Clean grease filter, grease drip tray
These parts are suitable for cleaning in the dishwasher.
WARNING!
Risk of fire. Separated greases and oils may ignite.
► Clean grease filter, grease drip tray.
► Fit grease filter correctly. Do not use third-party brands.
The cleaning interval depends on how frequently the appliance is used and the grease load! We
recommend cleaning the appliance at least weekly.
CAUTION
An excessively soiled grease filter can damage the appliance. This also applies for a
missing filter as well as third-party brands. Overheating of the generator is possible. Water
residues in the grease filter can be sucked into the electronics and damage them.
► Dry the grease filter thoroughly after cleaning.
9.6
Clean the ventilation grille
The ventilation area is located on the bottom of the appliance.
WARNING!
Risk of fire. Fluff in the ventilation area can cause a build-up of heat which could result in a
fire.
► Clean the ventilation grille at least once a month with a cloth, brush or vacuum
cleaner.
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9.7
KP-220 SP
# Defrost and clean the appliance
User tip
When defrosting a heavily iced-up cooling surface, the defrosted liquid runs down on all
side of the appliance. This may be undesirable.
► Turn the appliance onto the long or short side during defrosting if necessary.
► Then clean the stainless steel parts.
# Have coolant filling level checked
User tip
The cooling compartment can lose refrigerant. Loss of coolant can cause reduced
refrigerating capacity and damage the cooling unit.
► The manufacturer recommends yearly inspection by a refrigeration expert.
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9.8
WARNING! Refrigerant is harmful to health. Handling refrigerant is only permitted by an
expert, such as a refrigeration expert.
Ensure preservation of the product identification
The type plate provides important technical data for use and a unique identification, which is necessary
for replacement parts, for example. Instructions assist safe handling.
➢
Double check the condition of the product identification. Inspect this at least 1x every six months.
Contact ‘Sales & Service’ if necessary.
‘Note the product identification and ensure its preservation’, page 23
9.9
Keep ready for next use in dry condition
CAUTION
Incorrect storage can damage the appliance.
► Do not stack appliances.
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Store appliance at room temperature.
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Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
DANGER!
Danger of electric shock. Dangerous electrical voltage.
► Switch off and lock the defective appliance immediately.
► Disconnect the connecting plug on the unit before starting repair work.
► Have all electrical repairs carried out by an authorised electrician only.
•
Work on the cooling unit should only be carried out by authorised skilled personnel like a
refrigeration specialist or a member of the Rieber Customer Service.
Applies to type: KP-220 SP
Fault
Possible cause
Rectification
Appliance does not heat up,
indicator light does not
illuminate
Appliance defective
Electrical connector / electrical
cable defective
Switch on mains socket outlet not
switched on.
No electrical current
➢
Check switch position on the
mains socket outlet.
➢
Check fuse.
➢
Check plug connection.
➢
Call Rieber Service or
contractual partner
Appliance defective
➢
Repair
Inadequate heating power
#
The casing is excessively
hot
Appliance defective
Ceran® glass surface
damaged, for example crack
Mechanical impact
Refrigerating capacity
reduced for type KP-220 SP
Loss of refrigerant
➢
Repair
#
➢
Mechanical impact; appliance
defective
➢
Rieber Service or
authorized partner
WARNING! Refrigerant
can be harmful to health.
Check status.
#
Connection line or
connector plug damaged
Rieber Service or
authorized partner
Repair
#
➢
Rieber Service or
authorized partner
Refrigeration expert
Repair
#
Qualified electrician
# Customer service, spare parts
IMPORTANT
Customer service needs information about the type and number of your appliance.
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If you have a fault you cannot remedy yourself, please get in touch with your Rieber partner or
Rieber central customer service.
# Disposing of your product
Your device is made of high-quality materials that can be re-used or recycled. For disposal,
disconnect the appliance from mains supply. Unplug the mains plug. Cut off the cable
directly at the casing. Dispose of this appliance properly via your local disposal facility.
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Warranty and liability
Manufacturer liability and warranty shall no longer apply if
•
you do not follow the information and instructions in this user guide,
•
do not use the device as it is intended,
See chapter ‘Intended use’
•
make conversions or functional modifications,
•
do not use original spare parts.
The "Sales and delivery terms and conditions" of Rieber GmbH & Co. KG shall apply for all warranty
claims made against the manufacturer.
The following wear parts are not included in the warranty:
•
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not applicable
Excerpt from EC Declarations of Conformity
EC Declaration of Conformity
in accordance with EC Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
•
Rieber GmbH & Co. KG hereby declares that the products varithek ® 2.0
complies with the basic requirements of the EC Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC, Appendix II A,
harmonised standards (DIN EN ISO 12100: Safety of Machinery ― General principles for design ―
Risk assessment and risk minimisation).
EU Declaration of Conformity
in accordance with the European Directive on Electromagnetic Compatibility 2014/30/EU.
•
Rieber GmbH & Co. KG hereby declares that the products varithek ® 2.0
comply with the basic requirements of the European Directive on Electromagnetic Compatibility
2014/30/EU in respect of their electrical design.
If required, a copy of the EC Declaration of Conformity can be obtained from our sales team.
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Index
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Index
2 cooking zones .................................................... 31
Indicator light for residual heat indicator ................ 31
Accessories ........................................................... 37
Induction ................................................... 11, 21, 22
Automatic shut-off ................................................. 34
Induction cooking appliance .................................. 26
Baking ....................................................... 28, 29, 30
Induction hob .................................... 6, 8, 11, 16, 27
Boost Function ................................................ 33, 34
Initial temperature ................................................. 29
Built-in system modules ........................................ 14
Keeping warm ........................................... 17, 28, 29
Ceran hob ............................................................. 13
Keep-warm phase ........................................... 29, 30
Ceran® glass surface .............. 6, 7, 8, 16, 22, 23, 26
KP-220 SP ........................................ 1, 9, 11, 36, 41
CH-800 ............................................ 1, 11, 13, 14, 28
KP-220 SP-E ..................................................... 1, 10
CK-2 200 ............................................... 1, 11, 20, 28
KP-220 SP-W .................................................... 1, 10
CK-2 800 ........................................................... 1, 30
LED ........................................................... 20, 29, 30
CK-3 400 ..................................................... 1, 11, 31
ON/OFF switch ................. 7, 8, 9, 10, 28, 30, 31, 32
Cleaning ............................ 19, 23, 24, 26, 38, 39, 40
OTL ....................................................................... 34
Cooking ............................................... 12, 28, 29, 30
Pacemaker ...................................................... 16, 22
Coolant .................................................................. 41
Power regulator ................. 7, 8, 9, 10, 28, 31, 35, 36
Cooling surface ........................................... 9, 10, 16
Power setting .................................................. 27, 30
Defrost................................................................... 41
Power supply .................................................. 17, 27
Electric hob ........................................................... 11
Product............................................................ 23, 41
Equipotential bonding .......................... 12, 15, 23, 25
Product identification ....................................... 15, 41
Front hob ............................................................... 31
Program setting ............................................... 29, 30
GP-2 500 ..................................................... 1, 11, 36
Regenerating ........................................................ 29
GP-3 400 ............................................... 1, 11, 25, 36
Regeneration ............................................ 28, 29, 30
Grease drip tray .................................................... 40
Retractable dial ......................................... 28, 30, 32
Grease filter........................................... 8, 32, 36, 40
Stainless steel ....................................... 8, 13, 16, 39
Grill ........................................................................ 11
Steaming ............................................................... 28
Grilling ................................................................... 28
Switch off .............................................................. 28
IK-3 500 E .................................................... 1, 11, 32
Switch on. ............................................................. 27
IK-3 500 QE ................................................. 1, 11, 32
table-top system module ....................................... 13
IK-3 600 QB ........................................... 1, 11, 33, 35
thermoplate ® ................................. 12, 13, 14, 30, 35
Indicator light for operating status ......................... 31
Troubleshooting .................................................... 42
Indicator light for outer front heating surface ......... 31
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Contact address
Manufacturer:
Responsible for Sales and Service:
Eisfink Max Maier GmbH & Co. KG
Rheinlandstraße 10
D 71636 Ludwigsburg
Phone +49 (0) 7141 479-0
FAX
+49 (0) 7141 479-200
Email
info@eisfink.de
www.eisfink.de
Rieber GmbH & Co. KG
Hoffmannstraße 44
D 72770 Reutlingen
Phone +49 (0) 7121 518-0
FAX
+49 (0) 7121 518-302
Email
info@rieber.de
www.rieber.de
Rieber GmbH & Co. KG
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