Multiplex Glycol Pump Motor Kit Installation Guide

Multiplex Glycol Pump Motor Kit Installation Guide
Foodservice Group
Multiplex Beverage Equipment Installation Instructions for
Glycol Circulating Pump and Motor Kit
P.N. 00211268, 00215866, and 00215948
Introduction
The following instructions provide the installation procedures required for adding an additional glycol circulating pump
and motor to a Multiplex Model 150, 300, or 450 Beermaster
Glycol Unit.
DO Handle CO2 cylinders and gauges with care. Secure
cylinders properly against abrasion.
DO Store CO2 cylinder(s) in well ventilated areas.
DO NOT
Throw or drop a CO2 cylinder. Secure the cylinder(s)
in an upright position with a chain.
DO NOT
Important: Read the following warnings before beginning an
installation. Failure to do so may result in possible death or
serious injury.
Connect the CO2 cylinder(s) directly to the product
container. Doing so will result in an explosion causing possible death or injury. Best to connect the
CO2 cylinder(s) to a regulator(s).
DO NOT
Store CO2 cylinders in temperature above 125°F
(51.7°C) near furnaces, radiator or sources of heat.
DO Adhere to all National and Local Plumbing and Electrical Safety Codes.
DO NOT
Release CO2 gas from old cylinder.
DO NOT
Touch Refrigeration lines inside units, some may
exceed temperatures of 200°F (93.3°C).
Note: Unit must be turned “off” during installation.
Caution: To Avoid Serious Injury
DO Turn “off” incoming electrical service switches
when servicing, installing, or repairing equipment.
DO Check that all flare fittings on the carbonation
tank(s) are tight. This check should be performed
with a wrench to ensure a quality seal.
Notice: Water pipe connections and fixtures directly connected
to a potable water supply shall be sized, installed and
maintained in accordance with Federal, State, and Local codes.
DO Inspect pressure on Regulators before starting up
equipment.
DO Protect eyes when working around refrigerants.
DO Use caution when handling metal surface edges of
all equipment.
Manitowoc Beverage Equipment
2100 Future Drive Š Sellersburg, IN 47172-1868
Tel: 812.246.7000, 800.367.4233 Š Fax: 812.246.9922
www.manitowocbeverage.com
In accordance with our policy of continuous product development and improvement,
this information is subject to change at any time without notice.
EI211268 Revision D (JRM/KAK) 8 November, 2001
Equipment Installation Instructions
Installing the glycol circulating pump
and motor kit
1.
Remove the lid from the Beermaster refrigeration unit.
2.
Install the glycol circulating motor with pump to the motor shelf located in the Beermaster Glycol Unit motor compartment (refer to figure 1).
5
/16"-18 Hex Nut
Carriage Bolts
(Later Units)
Note: Motor must be installed with the glycol pump facing
away from the glycol bath.
3.
Locate the pick up tube and discharge tube assemblies.
Slide one piece of insulation over each of the tube assemblies (refer to figure 2).
4.
Attach the pickup tube to the inlet side of the glycol pump
making sure the opposite end from the pump is submerged
in glycol bath (refer to figure 2).
5.
Attach the discharge tube to the outlet side of the glycol
pump (refer to figure 2).
6.
Slide the 1/2" x 1/2" John Guest Elbow, supplied in kit, onto
the end of the discharge tube at pump motor assembly
(refer to figure 2).
7.
Locate the circulator pump discharge cooling tube, supplied with kit, and insert into water bath area. Insert
straight end of tube into the John Guest elbow fitting as
shown (refer to figure 2).
8.
Insert the two (2) 1/2" OD John Guest bulkhead unions,
supplied in kit, into the pre-punched holes located in the
end of the refrigeration unit (refer to figure 2).
Mounting Studs
(Early Units)
Note: Only two (2) fasteners required.
Figure 1
Locate the two (2) 1/2" OD tube retaining collets, provided
in kit, and insert into each of the John Guest bulkhead
unions (refer to figure 2).
9.
10. Insert the free end (bent end) of the circulator pump coil
tube into the lower John Guest bulkhead union (refer to
figure 2).
Beermaster Model 300 and 450 Circulating Coil Connection
1
/2" x 1/2"
John Guest Elbow
Strainer Plate
1
/2" OD x 8"
Plastic Tube
1
2 ft x 1/2" ID
Insulation
1
/2" OD Tube
/2" OD John Guest Retaining Collet
Bulkhead Union
Pickup Tube
Circulator Pump Discharge
Cooling Tube
Figure 2
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EI211268 Revision D (JRM/KAK) 8 November, 2001
Equipment Installation Instructions
Note: For Model 150 units, insert 1/2" x 1/2" John Guest elbow
into remaining end of cooling coil. Connect the John Guest
elbow and lower bulkhead fitting with piece of red tubing
(refer to figure 3).
11. Locate the 1/2" OD x 4" or 8" plastic tube, provided with
kit. Insert one (1) end of this tube into the upper bulkhead fitting. Insert opposite end of this tube into hole of
strainer plate (refer to figure 2).
Model 150 Circulating Coil Connection
End Panel
/2" OD x 1/2" OD
John Guest Elbow
1
12. Locate the 8 ft piece of cork tape, provided with kit, and
insulate the glycol pump and all exposed connections to
prevent condensation.
13. Remove and discard safety plug from connector of wire
harness coming from control box. Attach connector of glycol pump motor to connector of wire harness coming from
control box.
/2" OD
John Guest
Bulkhead Union
1
14. Installation of glycol circuit pump is now complete. Beermaster refrigeration unit can now be turned “on”.
15. The added glycol circulating pump can now be controlled
by a switch located on the switch box.
Š For Model 150, the CIRC #2 switch will control added
pump.
Š For Model 300, the CIRC #2 or #3 switch will control
added pump.
1
/2" OD Red
Connecting Tube
Circulating Pump
Discharge Cooling Coil
Š For Model 450, the CIRC #4 switch will control added
pump.
Note: After starting the new circulator the pump, it may be
necessary to top off the water bath with the proper propylene glycol/water mixture to maintain marked level in tank.
EI211268 Revision D (JRM/KAK) 8 November, 2001
Figure 3
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