OVEN SERIAL NO.
OVEN CODE 149
MANUAL No.Y-BX-01E
150
153
156
158
159
CONDENSER SERIAL No. _____________________________________(IF FITTED)
In the event of an enquiry please quote these numbers.
Store this document safely and ensure it
is available at all times.
Non-availability may affect the service or
repair of your machine.
Bx OVEN
SET UP AND OPERATION OF OVEN
AND CONDENSER UNIT (IF FITTED)
CLASSIC
COLOUR
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ATTENTION
IF OVEN FAILS TO HEAT UP, WHEN FIRST CONNECTED TO A
POWER SUPPLY OR DURING USE AT ANYTIME,
PRESS RESET BUTTON(S) LOCATED THROUGH THE REAR BACK PANEL.
(DO NOT REMOVE BACK PANEL)
REAR VIEW OF OVENS
1
2 TRAY OVEN
HOLE LOCATION
2
1
2
4 TRAY OVEN
HOLE LOCATION
HOLE CAN BE AT POSITION 1
OR POSITION 2 DEPENDING
ON OVEN
10 TRAY OVEN
HOLE LOCATION
HOLES CAN BE AT POSITION 1
OR POSITION 2 DEPENDING
ON OVEN
(IF THIS FAILS TO CORRECT THE SITUATION, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR SUPPLIER)
‰
OVEN DISPOSAL
CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN WHEN THE MACHINE COMES TO THE END OF ITS
WORKING LIFE. ALL PARTS SHOULD BE DISPOSED OF IN THE APPROPRIATE
PLACE, EITHER BY RECYCLING OR OTHER MEANS OF DISPOSAL THAT
COMPLIES WITH LOCAL REGULATIONS.
(IN UK, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 1990 APPLIES)
MONO are in the process of applying for WRAS accreditation
(all associated components within this equipment are WRAS approved)
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CONTENTS
PAGE
PART 1.0
Introduction
5
PART 2.0
Specifications
6
PART 3.0
Safety
7
PART 4.0
Installation
8
PART 5.0
Isolation
9
PART 6.0
Daily / Weekly Cleaning
10
PART 7.0
Ideal Operating Conditions
12
PART 8.0
CLASSIC Operation
14
Running preset programs
PART 9.0
Programming
15
Creating and changing program values
PART 10.0
PART 11.0
COLOUR Operation
Programming
17
21
Creating and changing program values
PART 12.0
Upload / Download
23
PART 13.0
Maintenance
28
PART 14.0
Bulb Replacement
28
PART 15.0
Steam System Maintenance
28
PART 16.0
CONDENSER INFORMATION (IF FITTED)
29
SERVICE / SPARES Contact Information
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1.0 INTRODUCTION
•
A combination of clean industrial design and the latest technology,
the MONO BX oven range is designed specifically to take the baking
Industry’s standard trays.
•
The ovens in the range are of stainless steel construction and some have
removable tray racks to aid cleaning.
•
The smaller ovens are designed to be stackable without separate support, so your
business can grow without taking up more ground space.
•
The high-speed fans, elements and steam systems give efficient air circulation to
produce a professional bake across a range of products.
•
The doors are double glazed to increase the efficiency of the ovens well-insulated
baking chamber
•
Ovens are available with either LED (classic) or LCD (colour) displays for the userfriendly control panels.
2-TRAY Bx OVEN
4-TRAY Bx OVEN
•
The 10-tray Bx is supplied with a
10-tray capacity stainless steel
base with locking castors.
10-TRAY Bx OVEN
•
The optional condenser unit can be fitted to any Bx oven or stacked Bx ovens
as required.
With thermostatic control it can be adjusted to operate in most ambiant temperatures.
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2.0 SPECIFICATIONS
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3.0
SAFETY
In the interest of safety and efficient operation of the oven, it is
essential that this manual should be made available to the operator
before work is commenced. The following points should be observed
and followed at all times.
1.
The oven is designed for baking of bread, confectionery and savoury products
only. DO NOT use it for any other items without consulting with MONO.
2.
The oven must be allowed to cool before any form of cleaning is started.
3.
All repairs and maintenance of electrical units must be carried out by authorised
electricians; even then, electrical access panels must not be opened unless the
mains supply to the oven is isolated.
4.
All connections to the oven must be made in accordance with the statuary
requirements of the country of installation.
5.
While the oven is in operation (and for some time after use), it is inadvisable to
touch the oven window or the surrounds because of conducted heat.
6.
The oven must be operated as described in this manual.
7.
Only MONO spare parts should be used on this oven.
8.
The construction of the oven must not be changed.
9.
The owner of the oven is legally obliged to instruct staff of these safety points and
of the safe operation of the oven. These instructions should not be removed
from the working area.
10.
To prevent door glass from shattering DO NOT CLEAN OVEN GLASS WHEN HOT.
11.
Customers operating a BX oven in a hard water area must ensure that an efficient
water-softening device protects the water supply to the equipment.
12.
Oven gloves should be worn when moving products in or out of the oven.
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4.0
INSTALLATION
1.
The oven should be connected to a wall isolator.
2.
It is the customers’ sole responsibility to arrange adequate ventilation and it should be
sufficient to ensure water does not condense on or around the oven. A 50mm gap is
required at the sides and rear of this oven.
Chimneys and evacuation ducts, fitted above mono ovens should be insulated.
3.
If an oven with steam has been chosen, connect to a suitable water supply making sure that
the pipes are flushed out to remove all foreign bodies i.e. flux or solder. Customers in hard
water areas must ensure that an efficient water treatment device protects the supply to the
oven. It is the customers’ responsibility to install and maintain an adequate water supply to
the oven, which should comply with local water regulations.
4.
In the interests of hygiene, we strongly recommend that before using the oven for the first
time you wipe the inside of the oven and all accessories thoroughly with a clean cloth
soaked in warm soapy water. Although the utmost care is taken during assembly and predelivery inspection, there is always a possibility of residue contaminating the first bake if this
is not done.
5.
Ensure that the locking castors on the base unit (if supplied) are locked into position.
6.
AMBIENT WORKING TEMPERATURES.
Ambient working temperatures for electric/electronic components such as solenoid switches,
circuit breakers, motors etc should be no more than 40°C (115° f)
Manufacturers of these and other electrical components advise that any ambient temperature above 40°C
affects the functionality of the components and any related guarantees become void. For example, above this
temperature motors are not satisfactorily cooled, contactor efficiency is seriously impaired and electronic
components shut down. It is the customers’ sole responsibility to arrange for adequate ventilation. Any
component malfunctioning during the guarantee period that is found to have been subject to excessive
humidity or ambient working temperature above 40°C (115°F) will not be covered by the component
manufacturers guarantee or MONO’s product warranty.
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5.0
ISOLATION
ELECTRICITY SUPPLY
To stop the oven in an emergency, switch off electricity at the wall isolator.
WATER SUPPLY
For stacked ovens, the water supply can be shut off by closing the shut-off valves
(See diagram)
For non-stacked ovens the water supply should be shut off at the nearest shut-off point
VIEW OF REAR CONNECTIONS
TOP
OVEN
SUPPLY
BOTTOM
OVEN
SUPPLY
TO TURN OFF WATER SUPPLY
TURN APPROPRIATE VALVE 90 DEGREES
ANTICLOCKWISE
WATER SUPPLY IN
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6.0 CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
DAILY
NOTE: BEFORE CLEANING ISOLATE OVEN FROM MAINS SUPPLY
AND ALLOW TO COOL.
•
The equipment is to be cleaned daily using approved chloride–free cleaning fluid
•
Sweep any debris (after it has been allowed to cool) onto oven removable trays and
remove for cleaning.
•
Brush down and wipe oven front, back and sides.
•
Wipe clean with a damp cloth that has been soaked in a solution of mild detergent
and hot water, paying particular attention around control switches.
IMPORTANT:
TAKE CARE WATER DOES NOT ENTER CONTROL PANEL OR
REAR ACCESS PANEL.
DO NOT REMOVE THE REAR PANELLING INSIDE THE OVEN.
THIS ALLOWS ACCESS TO THE FAN ASSEMBLY WHICH IS NOT SAFETY
INTERLOCKED AND COULD CAUSE INJURY
WEEKLY
NOTE: BEFORE CLEANING ISOLATE OVEN FROM MAINS SUPPLY
AND ALLOW TO COOL.
Complete daily check then
• Clean any burnt-on debris by careful use of a proprietary oven cleaner, carefully
following the manufacturer's instructions. Do not allow the oven cleaner to get
onto control panel.
• Scrub cabinet wheels (if fitted), with a mild detergent and hot water using nylon
cleaning brush.
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Ovens using 60cm x 40cm trays ( FG156 2 tray / FG158 4 tray)
Open oven door and remove internal racking from sides of oven.
(lift and unlatch racking).
This allows access to hidden areas in the oven, which can be wiped with a damp cloth.
Wipe down, and clean racking with damp cloth and replace.
4 tray ovens
The inner door glass is hinged to enable cleaning of internal surfaces.
To open, remove the two screws shown in the sketch below.
The internal surfaces of the door glass can then be cleaned using a suitable glass
cleaner.
Remove these screws
to release inner glass
for cleaning
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.7.0 IDEAL OPERATING CONDITIONS
•
Room should be allowed for the door to open fully to allow easy loading and unloading of
product without people coming in contact with hot surfaces.
•
Racks should be available to allow cooked products to cool safely.
•
Oven gloves should be available at all times.
•
It is the customers’ sole responsibility to arrange adequate ventilation and it should be
sufficient to ensure water does not condense on or around the oven. A 50mm gap is
required at the sides and rear of this oven.
Chimneys and evacuation ducts, fitted above mono ovens should be insulated
•
AMBIENT WORKING TEMPERATURES.
Ambient working temperatures for electric/electronic components such as
solenoid switches, circuit breakers, motors etc should be no more than 40°C (115° f)
Manufacturers of these and other electrical components advise that any ambient temperature
above 40°C affects the functionality of the components and any related guarantees become
void. For example, above this temperature motors are not satisfactorily cooled, contactor
efficiency is seriously impaired and electronic components shut down. It is the customers’ sole
responsibility to arrange for adequate ventilation. Any component malfunctioning during the
guarantee period that is found to have been subject to excessive humidity or ambient working
temperature above 40°C (115°F) will not be covered by the component manufacturers
guarantee or MONO’s product warranty.
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CLASSIC
Bx CLASSIC
Operating
Instructions
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8.0 BX‘CLASSIC’ OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
RUNNING PRE-SET PROGRAMS
REFER TO CONTROL PANEL (SEE RIGHT)
1
Switch on power by pressing green
button (1).
2
Select required program using UP/
DOWN scroll keys (2).
3
Press START key (3) to begin bake cycle.
• Oven will heat to set temperature
and display will flash actual temperature.
• When set temperature is reached
the display will stop flashing. The oven is
now ready
4
Load product. Close door.
5
Press START key (3).
Display will show the following:(9) • Actual temperature.
(8) • Remaining bake time in minutes.
Display will automatically switch to show
remaining seconds during the last minute
of bake time.
At this time increase bake time if required.
Press time key (8), then up/down keys (2) to
add more time amount required. Press time
key (8) then start (3).
(7) • Steam time (if set) in seconds.
If the actual temperature is less than the
minimal steaming temperature of 125 C
then '--' will be displayed. This indicates
that steaming functions are inhibited.
(6) • Damper duration (damper opening time) in
minutes.
(5) • Program number/bake cycle indicator.
Display will alternate between program
number and the spinning bake cycle
indicator.
6
Press STOP key (4) when
“bake over” alarm sounds
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9.0 BX 'CLASSIC' PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS
CREATING PROGRAMS/CHANGING PROGRAM VALUES.
Pre-set values for bake temperature; bake time, steam and
(optional) damper may be modified at any point.
CHANGING PROGRAM VALUES
Use the UP/DOWN arrow keys (2) to select a program.
Press the key associated with the required value
(temperature (9), time (8), steam (7), damper (6)).
A selection indicator will flash in the right hand side of the
selected window.
Use up/down arrow keys (2) to modify the value
The operator now has the option to save the changes, or run
the program with temporary values.
If the operator chooses not to save the modifications, then the
program will reset to its original values upon reselection.
SAVING PROGRAM VALUES
Press and hold the P key (5) for 5 seconds.
During this time, all displayed values will flash. The
controller will bleep at the end of this period to acknowledge
the program save.
Note: Programs cannot be saved during a bake cycle.
SETTING PREBAKE TEMPERATURE (if enabled)
Press (9). (one dot flashes)
Press (9) and hold for 3 seconds (3 dots flash).
Use up/down arrow keys (2) to set temperature.
Press (9) to save
CHANGE DISPLAY TEMPERATURE FROM C TO F
Hold the P key (5), together with the STOP key (4) for 5 seconds.
Press start then UP/DOWN arrow keys (2) to adjust from F to C
Press stop to exit.
FAN CYCLE and RESTART DELAY SETTING
NOTE: This facility is only functional on a 3 phase oven. If it is activated on a1 phase, the fan
will stop.
Fan control setting is accessed by pressing and holding the P key (5), together with the STOP key (4)
for 5 seconds.
Fan cycling setting
Display will show 'FAN 00' if cycling is disabled or 'FAN 01' if enabled.
press (8) key to select. Default value = fan cycling disabled. Press stop to exit.
Fan restart after steam setting
press (7) key to select.
Use the UP/DOWN arrow keys (2) to adjust (60 secs max). Press stop to exit.
OVEN PREBAKE ENABLING
Hold the P key (5), together with the STOP key (4) for 5 seconds.
Press start - “Prb” is displayed
Press (8) to show “– 0” for disabled or again to show “-1” for enabled.
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COLOUR
Bx COLOUR
Operating
Instructions
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10.0 BXC OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
PROGRAM NAME
FAN DWELL
½ OR FULL
BAKE
TEMPERATURE
GRAPH
OVEN
TEMPERATURE
BAKE TIME LEFT
BAKE TIME
GRAPH
CONTROL
BUTTONS
Fig 6
Control Panel – BX COLOUR oven
(TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH SECTIONS 10.0, 11.0 AND 12.0)
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1. Connect water ensuring there are no leaks.
2. Connect power to a suitable outlet.
3. Turn oven on by pressing green button, and the following screen will appear:
Fig 1
4. Press (4) and program list appears (see fig 2). (If oven has not been programmed go
to section 11 - programming).
Fig 2
5. Highlight program required by pressing (2) = down list. (3) = up list
(5)=10 places down and (6) = 10 places up (see fig 6)
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6. Start heating oven by pressing (4) for ½ load bake and (1) for full load, and the
following screen will appear. (fig 3)
Fig 3
To stop heating press stop (o) at any time.
7. When oven is ready, the following screen will appear (fig 4). Load product and press
start (4)
Fig 4
8. At the end of bake time, buzzer will sound, and (fig 5) will be displayed. Press stop
(o)
and remove product. Shut door to conserve heat.
OR
press key 4 to increase bake by 2 minutes (press stop at any time to stop bake)
Fig 5
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9.
This will now take you back to program screen (Fig 2).
10.
To bake in pre-heated oven, select new program with keys 2 and 3. Follow
instructions 6 – 8.
NOTE: During heating (1) can be pressed at any time to check settings.
(Press (1) or wait 10 seconds to return to previous screen).
Until oven is up to temperature the display will show “ HEATING” when correct
temperature is reached display will show “READY” the oven will keep to set
temperature until bake is started.
Oven will keep up to temperature of last product baked or new item on program
list if chosen.
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11.0 BXC PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS
1.
Press stop (o) to get to first screen
Fig 7
2.
Press (2) for pass code screen Fig 8.
Fig 8
3.
Enter pass code (default 111111). Fig 9 will appear.
Fig 9
4.
Press (4) for ½ bake set-up or (1) for full bake set-up
All parameters can now be set.
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The oven is capable of six different phases per bake and if a lower number is required,
bake time can be left at “0” to leave that phase inoperative.
To move across the screen press (4)
To move back press (1)
To increase value of parameter press (3)
To decrease value of parameter press (2)
POWER LEVELS
TEMPERATURE
BAKE DURATION
(minutes)
STEAM DURATION
(seconds)
FAN CYCLES
FAN DWELL
(seconds)
DAMPER DELAY
(from start of bake phase)
PROGRAM TITLE
Press (6) to go up alphabet, press (5) to go down alphabet. After each letter has been
chosen press (4) to go to next position. If a mistake is made, pressing (1) will go back to
previous position.
WHEN ALL PARAMETERS ARE COMPLETE
PRESS (stop) THREE TIMES TO SAVE THE SETTINGS.
REPEAT FOR EACH PROGRAM REQUIRED.
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12.0 USING MONOLINK UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD
SYSTEM SOFTWARE
Equipment required:
P.C. floppy disk drive
9 ways D-type serial port
Windows 95-2000
Monolink up/download system
Null modem cable (2 x 9 way D-type connector – both female)
Approximately 2m long
Section 1. Getting Started
Connect the Null modem cable from the P.C (usually com 1) to the port on the control panel.
Switch on your P.C and enter windows. Insert Mono floppy disc, double click on ‘my
computer’ icon then double click on ‘(A) drive’, double click on ‘shortcut to
Monolink.exe’. This will then progress you into the main screen as shown below:
NEW
PROGRAM
DELETE
FILE
OPEN
FILE
CUT
COPY
PASTE
DELETE
PROGRAM
UPLOAD
FROM
OVEN
DOWN
LOAD TO
OVEN
Figure 1
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Section 2. Setting up
1.
2.
3.
4.
Choose ‘Configure’ and scroll down to ‘Com port’
Then click on ‘Com 1’ oven type
Next click on ‘Configure’ scroll down to oven
Next click on ‘Rainbow Bxe’
Section 3. Writing programs on your
Personal computer (P.C)
Click on first box under the heading program list, (as can be seen in fig 2) enter your
program name and select phase time, bake temperature, power level, steam time, fan
cycles, fan dwell and damper delay. This can be repeated up to 99 times just by clicking on
next box below. It is now important to save the file to disk.
(See section 4 saving)
UP TO 99
PROGRAMS CAN
BE ENTERED
PROGRAM LIST
Figure 2
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Section 4. Saving
Click on ‘file’ then scroll down to ‘save as’ and click on it, and the following box will appear,
chose an appropriate drive and enter a suitable name for the file and press save.
It is from this screen that the files are given they names:
Figure 3
Section 5. To open, recall a folder and file
To recall a file or folder first point and press the ‘file’ button, scroll down until ‘open’ is
highlighted then click once more. (Or click on ‘open file’ see figure 1)
The following window will appear:
Figure 4
Click on the file needed, and press open, the file will then open in the Mono Communicator.
(or enter the file name into the box).
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Section 6. Transferring files from your PC to your
smartbake controller
Before any file transfer can take place the folder you wish to transfer files from must be
opened. To do this follows the instructions in section 5 to open, recall a file or folder.
Check that oven is switched on and in the following screen:
Figure 5
Also check that data transfer lead is properly connected
Uploading from oven
Check that oven is switched on and that data transfer lead is properly connected, and that
‘figure 5’ is displayed.
Click the red up-arrow key or click on communications in the toolbar and select upload (from
oven), and the following screen will appear:
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If during either uploading or downloading, the communications error window opens,
With the error message “Error in reply from controller” then check that the data transfer lead
is connected correctly and that the oven is switched on and functioning normally.
Downloading from Computer (P.C)
Check that oven is switched on and that data transfer lead is properly connected, and that
figure 5 is displayed.
Open file to be downloaded
Click the red up-arrow key or click on communications in the toolbar and select upload (from
oven), and the following screen will appear:
With the mono communicator window open and a program file open, individual bake
programs can be cut pasted via the edit button in the toolbar.
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13.0
MAINTENANCE
•
Check for frayed or bare cables. The machine must not be used if frayed or
bare cables are visible.
•
Follow cleaning instructions.
14.0
BULB REPLACEMENT
In the event of a bulb failure, Instructions on how to change a bulb are as follows: •
Ensure oven is isolated from mains supply and allow to cool.
•
Remove screws (4 per light) and take glass off lamp unit.
SCREWS
•
Remove bulb by unscrewing in direction of arrow and
replace with new bulb.
GASKET
Pt No.B721-67-008
•
GLASS AND FRAME
Pt No.B721-67-010
Pt No.B721-67-009
Refit glass front taking care that gasket is in position around stainless steel frame.
Re-connect oven and test.
15.0 STEAM SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
•
If it is noticed that the steaming operation has deteriated, perhaps due to hard water
scaling, please contact your oven supplier
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CONDENSER UNIT
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INDEX
INTRODUCTION
PAGE 31
DIMENSIONS
PAGE 32
SPECIFICATIONS
PAGE 33
INSTALLATION
PAGE 34
SAFETY
PAGE 36
OPERATION
PAGE 37
SPARES
PAGE 38
ELECTRICAL INFORMATION
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INTRODUCTION
The condenser can be fitted to any Bx oven or stacked Bx ovens as required.
With thermostatic control it can be adjusted to operate in most ambiant temperatures.
Simple water conection (washing machine type fitting) and a hose to drain are all that is
required to operate efficiently.
Steam is drawn from the fluepipe of the oven through a thermostatically controlled water
cooled chamber and condenses to drain away.
When the cooling water reaches a set temperature it is automatically replaced with cold
water to keep the condensing process as efficient as possible.
THERMOSTAT CONTROL
WATER SOLENOID
THERMOSTAT
FAN
WATER INLET
WATER OUTLET
TO DRAIN
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DIMENSIONS
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SPECIFICATIONS
POWER
230volts, 1 phase, 50hz,
21watts
Wired to oven electrical panel.
WATER
Washing machine type connection to normal water supply
via steam water connection to oven(s).
NOISE
Less than 85dB
WEIGHT
Approx 18kg
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INSTALLATION
BEFORE INSTALLING ENSURE THAT ALL POWER IS DISCONNECTED AND
THE OVEN IS COOL
1. Before fitting the main condenser assembly, insert blanking plug (1) into lower hole
that will not be required for the hand of oven being used.
2. Connect tube (2) to the spigot and retain with worm-drive clip (3).
NOTE
If fixing holes are not present on the top sheet of the oven, they should be marked and
drilled at this stage.
Position condenser correctly and mark hole positions (centre of each slot ). Remove
condenser and drill holes of 6.5mm diameter at 4 positions.
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3. Place condenser in position ensuring that the tube (2) passes through the hole in the
top of the oven and worm drive clip (4), then over spigot of the damper assembly on
the oven.
4. Tighten worm-drive clip (4).
5. Fasten condenser unit to top of oven with M6 x 12mm long hex head screws and
washers in 4 positions.
(If holes have been drilled, nuts will have to be used also).
6. Connect wiring, depending on whether the oven is 4 tray or 10 tray, as shown in
electrical section of this manual.
7. Connect drain hose to a suitable drain.
8. Attach water tap bracket to frame of base as shown and fasten water hose to a water
supply. (A tee pipe must be used on double ovens)
CONDENSER SOLENOID
WATER PIPE
CONNECTION
OVEN 1
OVEN 2
MAINS IN
TEE PIPE FOR DOUBLE
OVEN CONNECTION
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FIXINGS
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SAFETY
BEFORE INSTALLING ENSURE THAT ALL POWER IS DISCONNECTED
AND THE OVEN(S) IS COOL
1.
All repairs and maintenance of electrical units must be carried out by authorised
electricians; even then, electrical access panels must not be opened unless the mains
supply to the oven is isolated.
2.
All connections to the oven must be made in accordance with the statuary
requirements of the country of installation.
3.
While the oven is in operation (and for some time after use), it is inadvisable to
touch the condenser or the surrounds because of conducted heat.
4.
The condenser must be operated as described in this manual.
5.
Only MONO spare parts should be used on this condenser.
6.
The construction of the condenser must not be changed.
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OPERATION
SETTING POSITION
1.
2.
Ensure that the water is connected correctly and the oven power is on.
The thermostat control should be adjusted to the required position.
It is suggested that as a starting point the thermostat is set at 60.
It can then be adjusted down if the performance drops or adjusted up if it is found that the
water is being replaced too often.
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SPARES INFORMATION
FOR ENGINEERS USE ONLY.
DO NOT ATTEMPT ANY ALTERATIONS.
IF IN DOUBT, CONTACT MONO EQUIPMENT FOR ADVICE
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CONDENSER UNIT MAIN PARTS
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ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
150-07-01300 INLET WATER CONTROL UNIT
1
2
150-19-01700
TOP SHEET
1
3
150-19-02300
COVER PLATE
1
4
150-19-02600
BASE TRAY
1
5
150-19-02700
WATER TANK
1
6
150-25-07100
JUNCTION BOX
1
7
A900-01-196
WORM DRIVE CLIP
1
8
A900-01-271
WORM DRIVE CLIP
2
9
A900-23-004
DRAIN TUBE (2 METRES)
1
10
A900-23-027
FLEXIBLE TUBE
1
11
A900-27-187
PLUG INSERT
1
12
A900-34-191
REDUCER ¼”BSP MALE X 3/8” BSPT MALE
1
13
A900-34-244
REDUCER ¼”BSP MALE X ¼” BSPT MALE
1
14
A900-34-245
ELBOW
1
15
B811-33-001
SPACER
4
16
B839-17-003
CABLE GLAND TYPE 251
1
17
B842-17-005
CABLE GLAND TYPE 206-6096
1
18
B842-30-003
THERMOSTAT
1
19
B842-40-002
FAN GUARD
1
20
B842-50-005
21
B869-75-033
FAN
1
22
B867-83-011
SOLENOID VALVE
1
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PORCELAIN CONNECTING BLOCK
1
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If a fault arises, please do not hesitate to contact the
Customer Service Department, quoting the machine serial number
on the silver information plate of the machine and on the front cover of this manual
SPARES and SUPPORT:
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MONO
Queensway
Swansea West Industrial Estate
Swansea. SA5 4EB UK
email:spares@monoequip.com
Web site:www.monoequip.com
Tel. 01792 561234
Fax. 01792 561016
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