Installation Manual 07/18/2007

Installation Manual 07/18/2007
POST MIX SODA
REFRIGERATION UNITS
Models 2803/11/38/44
INSTALLATION GUIDE
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.
07-18-07 REV0
FOREWORD
Manitowoc Beverage Equipment (MBE) developed this manual as a reference guide for the owner/
operator, service agent, and installer of this equipment. Please read this manual before installation
or operation of the machine. A qualified service technician should perform installation and startup of this equipment, consult the Troubleshooting Guide within this manual for service assistance.
If you cannot correct the service problem, call your MBE Service Agent or Distributor. Always have your model and
serial number available when you call.
Your Service Agent ___________________________________________________________________
Service Agent Telephone Number ______________________________________________________
Your Local MBE Distributor ___________________________________________________________
Distributor Telephone Number _________________________________________________________
Model Number ______________________________________________________________________
Serial Number _______________________________________________________________________
Installation Date _____________________________________________________________________
UNPACKING AND INSPECTION
Note: The unit was thoroughly inspected before leaving the factory. Any damage or irregularities should
be noted at the time of delivery.
WARRANTY INFORMATION
Consult your local MBE Distributor for terms and conditions of your warranty. Your warranty specifically
excludes all beverage valve brixing, general adjustments, cleaning, accessories and related servicing.
Your warranty card must be returned to Manitowoc Beverage Equipment to activate the warranty on this
equipment. If a warranty card is not returned, the warranty period can begin when the equipment leaves
the MBE factory.
No equipment may be returned to Manitowoc Beverage Equipment without a written Return Materials
Authorization (RMA). Equipment returned without an RMA will be refused at MBE’s dock and returned to
the sender at the sender’s expense.
Please contact your local MBE distributor for return procedures.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD ........................................................................................................ 2
UNPACKING AND INSPECTION ......................................................................... 2
WARRANTY INFORMATION ............................................................................... 2
SAFETY ............................................................................................................... 4
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ........................................................................... 4
CARBON DIOXIDE WARNING ......................................................................................... 4
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ................................................................................ 4
SHIPPING, STORAGE, AND RELOCATION ..................................................................... 4
ADDITIONAL WARNINGS ................................................................................................ 4
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS ........................................................................................ 5
DOS AND DON'TS ........................................................................................................... 6
INSTALLATION .................................................................................................... 7
ATTENTION: MARINE INSTALLATIONS .......................................................................... 7
OUTDOOR APPLICATIONS ............................................................................................. 7
PLUMBING SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................... 7
LOCATION REQUIREMENTS .......................................................................................... 7
REQUIREMENTS FOR POST MIX REFRIGERATION UNITS .......................................... 7
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................... 7
PREPARATION ................................................................................................................ 7
INSTALLATION OF THE REFRIGERATION UNIT ............................................................ 8
POSITIONING THE REFRIGERATION UNIT .................................................................... 8
PLUMBING REQUIREMENTS .......................................................................................... 8
ELECTRICAL PROVISIONS ............................................................................................. 9
CONNECTING TOWERS AND CONDUIT ........................................................................ 9
INSULATING CONNECTIONS .......................................................................................... 9
SEALING INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................... 9
CONNECTING SUPPLY LINES ...................................................................................... 10
PROCEED WITH THE FOLLOWING TESTS ................................................................... 11
TESTING THE CARBONATED WATER CIRCUITRY ...................................................... 12
SANITIZING PRIOR TO STARTUP ................................................................................. 12
REMOTE CONDENSER REQUIREMENTS .................................................................... 12
CONNECTING THE PRE-CHARGED REFRIGERATION LINES .................................... 14
HOW TO SHORTEN THE LINE SET ............................................................................... 14
HOW TO RE-CHARGE THE LINE SETS ........................................................................ 14
AEROQUIP CONNECTION ............................................................................................ 16
OPERATION ...................................................................................................... 16
PLACING EQUIPMENT IN OPERATION ........................................................................ 16
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................... 16
SERIAL PLATE LOCATION ............................................................................................ 17
USER MAINTENANCE ...................................................................................... 18
SANITIZING SYRUP CIRCUITS AND TESTING SYRUP CIRCUITRY ............................ 18
50M 50HZ MODELS ....................................................................................................... 19
50M 60HZ MODELS ....................................................................................................... 20
INDEX................................................................................................................. 23
SAFETY
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Carefully read all safety messages in this manual. Learn how to operate this unit properly. Do not
allow anyone to operate the unit without proper training and keep it in proper working condition.
Unauthorized modifications to the this unit may impair function and/or safety and affect the life of
the unit.
CARBON DIOXIDE WARNING
DANGER: Carbon Dioxide (CO2) displaces oxygen. Exposure to a high concentration of CO2 gas
causes tremors, which are followed rapidly by loss of consciousness and suffocation. If a CO2 gas leak
is suspected, particularly in a small area, immediately ventilate the area before repairing the leak. CO2
lines and pumps should not be installed in an enclosed space. An enclosed space can be a cooler or
small room or closet. This may include convenience stores with glass door self serve coolers. If you
suspect CO2 may build up in an area, venting of the B-I-B pumps and / or CO2 monitors should be utilized.
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
WARNING: Only trained and certified electrical and plumbing technicians should service this unit.
All wiring and plumbing must conform to national and local codes.
SHIPPING, STORAGE, AND RELOCATION
CAUTION: Before shipping, storing, or relocating this unit, syrup systems must be sanitized. After
sanitizing, all liquids (sanitizing solution and water) must be purged from the unit. A freezing environment causes residual sanitizing solution or water remaining inside the unit to freeze, resulting
in damage to internal components.
ADDITIONAL WARNINGS
Installation and start-up of this equipment should be done by a qualified service technician. Operation,
maintenance, and cleaning information in this manual are provided for the user/operator of the equipment.
Save these instructions.
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GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: Risk of electrical shock. Connect to a properly grounded outlet only.
This appliance must be grounded. In the event of malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides
a path of least resistance for electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock. This appliance is
equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug
must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance
with all local codes and ordinances.
DANGER – Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of
electric shock. The conductor with insulation having an outer surface that is green with or without
yellow stripes is the equipment grounding conductor. If repair or replacement of the cord or plug
is necessary, do not connect the equipment-grounding conductor to a live terminal. Check with a
qualified electrician or serviceman if the grounding instructions are not completely understood, or
if in doubt as to whether the appliance is properly grounded. Do not modify the plug provided with
the appliance – if it will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
WARNING – When using electric appliances, basic precautions should always be followed, including the following:
a) Read all the instructions before using the appliance.
b) To reduce he risk of injury, close supervision is necessary when an appliance is used
near children.
c) Do not contact moving parts.
d) Only use attachments recommended or sold by the manufacturer.
e) Do not use outdoors.
f) For a cord-connected appliance, the following shall be included:
• Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.
• Unplug from outlet when not in use and before servicing or cleaning.
• Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug, or after the appliance
malfunctions or is dropped or damaged in any manner. Return appliance to the
nearest authorized service facility for examination, repair, or electrical or mechanical
adjustment.
g) For a permanently connected appliance – Turn the power switch to the off position
when the appliance is not in use and before servicing or cleaning.
h) For an appliance with a replaceable lamp – always unplug before replacing the lamp.
Replace the bulb with the same type.
i) For a grounded appliance – Connect to a properly grounded outlet only. See Grounding
Instructions.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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DOS AND DON'TS
Caution: To Avoid Serious Injury
Important: Read the following warnings before beginning an installation. Failure to do so may result in possible
death or serious injury.
DO Adhere to all National and Local Plumbing and Electrical Safety Codes.
DO Turn “off” incoming electrical service switches when servicing, installing, or repairing equipment.
DO Check that all flare fittings are tight. This check should be performed with a wrench to ensure a quality seal.
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.
DO Handle CO2 cylinders and gauges with care. Secure cylinders properly against abrasion.
DO Store CO2 cylinder(s) in well ventilated areas.
DO NOT Exhaust CO2 gas (example: syrup pump) into an enclosed area, including all types of walk in coolers,
cellars, and closets.
DO NOT Throw or drop a CO2 cylinder. Secure the cylinder(s) in an upright position with a chain.
DO NOT Connect the CO2 cylinder(s) directly to the product container. Doing so will result in an explosion
causing possible death or injury. It is 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 NOT Release CO2 gas from old cylinder.
DO NOT Touch Refrigeration lines inside units; some may exceed temperatures of 200°F (93.3°C).
NOTICE: All utility connections and fixtures shall be sized, installed, and maintained in accordance with Federal,
State, and Local codes.
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ATTENTION: MARINE INSTALLATIONS
WARNING! This unit is for use on vessels over 66 ft (20 m) in length. This unit should not be
installed in the engine space of a gasoline-powered ship.
NOTE: This unit must be secured to the vessel during installation, TS models are NOT marine listed.
OUTDOOR APPLICATIONS
TS Multiplex Beverage Recirculating units are approved and listed by Underwriters Laboratories (UL). However they are
not UL approved for weather exposure applications. These units must be installed in areas where adequate protection
from the elements is provided, all other models are ETL listed.
PLUMBING SPECIFICATIONS
A 1" (2.54 cm) ID copper inlet water line equipped with a 3/4" (1.905 cm) FPT sweat adapter with shut-off must be
supplied by plumber at rear of equipment. Appropriate floor drains should be provided within 6 ft (183 cm) of each unit
installed. Note: The carbonator in this unit is provided with a dual check valve type back-flow preventer, which conforms
to ASSE 1032. Potable water connections to the equipment must comply with the basic plumbing code of the Building
Officials and Code Administrators International, Inc. (BOCA) and the Food Service Sanitation Manual of the Food and
Drug Administration. Verify local plumbing code requirements.
LOCATION REQUIREMENTS
Select a location for the refrigeration unit that meets the requirements of the building plans, local codes, and personnel.
The unit must be positioned for free airflow as well as for future service. The following requirements must be met:
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100 GPH (379 LTR/hr) potable water supply
Models 2803/11/38
Beverage quality CO2 gas (bulk or bottled supply)
with a minimum 3/8" (0.96 cm) line
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200 GPH (757 LTR/hr) potable water supply
Models 44/50
One (1) Bag-In-Box (BIB) container of each postmix syrup flavor.
NOTE: Refer to nameplate on side of refrigeration unit for voltage and amperage specifications. Make all electrical connections at the junction box located at the top rear of unit. Optional equipment may require additional power supplies.
NOTE: Potable water connections to the equipment must comply with local plumbing code requirements, particularly the back-flow prevention requirements.
REQUIREMENTS FOR POST MIX REFRIGERATION UNITS
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Conduit can be run through floor or ceiling chase.
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Syrup supply can be located on stand or adjacent
to refrigeration unit.
IMPORTANT: The remainder of these instructions is to be completed by an authorized
Multiplex Installer.
INTRODUCTION
These equipment instructions are intended to assist qualified personnel in the unpacking, locating and the initial
operation of the Multiplex Beverage Equipment Post Mix Refrigeration Unit.
IMPORTANT: This publication should be saved for future reference. Read instructions before attempting installation.
PREPARATION
The Multiplex Beverage Equipment Post Mix Refrigeration Unit is pre-assembled in the factory and requires minimum installation.
For future reference or to be used when ordering parts, record the Model Number, Serial Number, Part Numbers of
Unit, Condenser (if remote), Towers, etc., and Date of Installation on the inside of this Manual. Leave manual on
site in a safe place. Do not discard manual.
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INSTALLATION OF THE REFRIGERATION UNIT
Before proceeding with installation, verify that all requirements for roof mounted remote condenser units (if applicable)
have been satisfied. If unit has a remote condenser, refer to the instructions on installing the remote condenser supplied
with the Condensing unit and refer to section on installation of remote refrigeration line sets.
POSITIONING THE REFRIGERATION UNIT
Identify the appropriate location where the refrigeration unit and any optional equipment will be placed. Locate and
assemble all optional equipment that is to be installed on the refrigeration unit. Inspect for shortages and complete
kit assemblies.
1. Install all brackets and support legs (if not using optional stand) before placing equipment in the proper
location.
2. Select a location for the unit that meets the requirements of the building plans, local codes, and personnel. The unit should be placed in a location that
will allow ease of maintenance and no obstruction of
airflow.
3. A floor drain must be available within six (6) feet (183
cm) of the unit and access to incoming water supply
and electrical outlets is a pre-installation requirement.
4. The backside of the unit should be at least six (6) inches
(15.2 cm) away from the wall (refer to figure 1).
5. Remove the top cover of the unit and expose the water bath and conduit connections.
TOP VIEW
SIDE VIEW
PLUMBING REQUIREMENTS
Incoming water supply should be provided before installation of the refrigeration unit and should comply with local
plumbing requirements.
1. A minimum 1" (2.54 cm) water supply line with a
3. Connect the Water Manifold Supply Line, located on
manual shut-off valve must be plumbed at least 6ft
the bulkhead panel in the motor compartment to the
(183 cm) from the unit. The incoming water supply
main water supply. The Main Water Supply Shut-off
pressure must not exceed 70 PSI static (4.8 bar) and
Valve must remain in the “OFF” position. If a water filter
be no less than 40 PSI (2.8 bar) dynamic.
is to be installed, connect the line to the outlet fitting of
the filter. Plumb according to applicable plumbing codes.
2. Locate the drain hose, bracket, and two (2) screws
provided in the Installation Kit. Attach the drain hose
4. When a Water Cooled Condenser is installed, a copto the water bath overflow tube located on the bottom
per supply line (not supplied with unit) must be
of the Refrigeration Unit.
plumbed to the 3/8" (.965 cm) Male Flare fitting installed in the Water Shut-off Assembly. The Shut-off
must be placed in the “OFF” position. A copper drain
line (not supplied) is to be connected to the outlet fitting of the Water Cooled Condenser and routed to the
floor drain.
DRAIN HOSE CONNECTION
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ELECTRICAL PROVISIONS
Electrical service must agree with the requirements noted on the unit serial number plate. An opening is provided
in the side of the unit to route service to the field-wiring box. Wiring must conform to applicable codes.
1. For domestic units, one or more 15 Amp, 120 Volt
2. For international versions, refer to codes directly on
wall receptacle will be required if accessories such
the optional equipment installed and to the wiring
as a CO2 Control Assembly, Air Pump, or Water
diagram.
Booster Pump are installed with the unit.
CONNECTING TOWERS AND CONDUIT
Refer to the installation instructions packaged with the towers or other dispensing equipment and with the conduit used.
INSULATING CONNECTIONS
1. Make sure all exposed carbonated water and syrup
lines are well insulated on towers to conduit, conduit
junctions, refrigeration unit to conduits, and Drive-Thru
junction.
2. To insulate the above use the leftover conduit sections and tape.
3. Cut the conduit sections to fit like a glove over the
exposed lines and fittings. A little extra time spent doing a professional job initially will eliminate a call back
in several days to make corrections.
SEALING INSTRUCTIONS
Refer to the installation instructions packaged with the conduit used. (Aerosol foam not supplied with unit or conduit)
SEALING THE FLOOR CHASE
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CONNECTING SUPPLY LINES
Pre-installation of towers is required and the appropriate syrup supply must be connected to the corresponding
tower. The valves are numbered 1-6, 1-8, or 1-10 from left to right viewing from the front of the tower.
1. For a two (2) tower installation, refer to the Syrup Supply Line Diagram below. The syrup product supply boxes
can be positioned on a BIB rack in a convenient location near the soda system.
Note:
Refer to the optional equipment component installation instructions for completion (if applicable) of the
beverage system. Do not connect the syrup supply at this time.
2. Locate the conduit supply lines for the refrigeration unit. There are four (4) ½” (1.27 cm) carbonated water lines
marked in sets for the system. Connect the yellow carbonated water supply line (7) to the yellow carbonated
water return line (A). Connect the blue carbonated water supply line (8) to the blue carbonated water return
line (B). Refer to the Carbonated Water Supply Line Diagram below.
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CONNECTING SUPPLY LINES
3. Locate the one (1) and the (8) 3/8" (.965 cm) syrup
lines. Note: Braided syrup lines located inside the
conduit bundle are used to prevent flavor transfer.
Braided syrup lines located outside the conduit
bundle are used for unsweetened tea or syrup that
are like to precipitate (if applicable).
4. Insert the eight (8) John Guest adaptors into the
elbows on the syrup coils. Note: The 3/8" (.965
cm) and ½ “(1.27 cm) adapters are supplied for either size conduit.
5. Locate the plain water line(s) in the conduit. Determine the size, either 3/8" (.965 cm) or ½” (1.27 cm)
and the number (one [1) or two [2]. Jumper the line
labeled “W”. Either connect two (2) splicers for two
(2) water lines or use one of the tees supplied to
connect the two (2) lines together.
6. Insert the conduit supply lines into the left hand
opening of the refrigeration unit. Connect the John
Guest fittings requiring the longest tube from the
end of the insulation first. Use two (2) tab clamps
each per connection. It may be necessary to
moisten the lines and fittings before inserting the
tubing over the barbed fitting. Alter the remaining
lines to make the routing neat and secure.
7. Connect the CO2 supply line from the CO2 tank regulator to the line marked CO2 in the unit using a 3/8"
(.965 cm) by 3/8" (.965 cm) splicer and secure with
Oetiker clamps.
PROCEED WITH THE FOLLOWING TESTS
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Assure that overflow tube is firmly seated, not leaking.
Check Conduit for proper support and insulation.
Cycle Carbonator “A” momentarily.
Cycle Carbonator “B” momentarily (if applicable).
Cycle Circulating Motor “A” momentarily.
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Cycle Circulating Motor “B” momentarily (if applicable).
Cycle Compressor momentarily.
Assure that Agitator Motor is running.
Assure that Ice Bank Control Probe is securely attached
to evaporator coil.
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TESTING THE CARBONATED WATER CIRCUITRY
1. Turn “ON” the CO2 Tank Regulator corresponding
to circuit “A”. Adjust the setting to 90 PSI (6.2 bar).
2. Open the pressure relief on the top of the carbonator tank for circuit “A”. Make sure the other valve
is closed.
3. Allow the CO2 gas to enter the system.
4. Wait for 2 or 3 minutes before turning “OFF” the
CO2 Tank Valve. This will allow the lines to expand
under pressure.
5. Turn “OFF” CO2 Vessel Regulator Valve. Observe
pressure on the high pressure gauge. The needle
dropping will indicate a loss in pressure. If the needle
continues to fall, a leak in the system must be corrected. Observe the pressure for several minutes.
6. The greater the leak, the faster the needle will drop.
The smaller the leak, the slower the needle will drop.
7. Repeat procedure for circuit “B” if applicable.
8. Turn “ON” the water supply. Turn “ON” the water
supply to both carbonators. Turn “ON” the rocker
switches marked carbonator “A” (and “B” if applicable). Note: Carbonator motors should run approximately 2 minutes before shutting “OFF” on initial
start-up.
9. After carbonators “A” (and “B” if applicable) cycle
OFF”, turn “ON” the rocker switches marked circulator “A” (and “B” if applicable).
NOTE: It may be necessary to use soap solution at
all connections to locate a very small leak.
SANITIZING PRIOR TO STARTUP
Prior to putting system into service, clean and sanitize the system. During this process, check all syrup circuit
connections from the BIB connector through the water bath area to the inlet fitting and stainless steel tubing of the
tower. Check syrup circuitry on all towers by activating the valve of the circuit being tested. Repair any leaks prior
to hooking up syrup. See SANITIZING SYRUP CIRCUITS AND TESTING SYRUP CIRCUITRY in the User Maintenance section.
PRE-INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
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Multiplex Remote Condenser Requirements
this trap allows oil to reach the condenser and return to
Installation and maintenance are to be performed only by
the compressor.
qualified refrigeration personnel. These technicians must
have EPA certification (USA), are familiar with local codes 3. The easiest method to create a trap is to bend the tubing
(smoothly, no kinks) into the trap form (refer to figure 3).
and regulations, and are experienced with this type of
4. The trap(s) should be of minimum height of 3" (7.6 cm)
remote refrigeration equipment.
and a width of 6" (15.2 cm) to minimize oil accumulation.
As a condition of the warranty, the check, test and start-up
The traps can also be bent out of the refrigeration tubing.
procedure must be performed by qualified personnel.
Carefully bend the tubing down 12" and sweeping the
Because of possible shipping damage, check both the
tubing back up.
condensing unit and refrigeration unit(s) for refrigerant
5. It is critical that the Multiplex remote condensing line size
leaks.
If the refrigeration unit is located on a roll out platform, you
specifications for the specific model be maintained. The
must coil up to one round between the back of the stand
specifications are ½” discharge and 3/8" liquid lines.
and the wall. This allows pull out of the refrigeration unit for
servicing.
If the refrigeration unit is located in a stationary location,
you must remove excess refrigeration tubing as described
below.
Multiplex Pre-charged Refrigeration
Lines Requirements
Both the discharge and liquid remote condensing lines
should be kept to a minimum distance for maximum
performance. All Multiplex systems are capacity rated to
100 ft (30.5 m) tubing distance between the compressor
and condenser.
Any vertical rise 25 ft (7.62 m) or greater must have a
manufactured or installed trap (bend), in the discharge
refrigeration line from the compressor to the remote
condenser. A trap is necessary for every additional 25 ft
(7.62 m) vertical rise. When excessive vertical rise exists,
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INSTALLING THE MULTIPLEX REMOTE CONDENSER
The Multiplex remote condensing units have a 208-230 Volt, 50/60 HZ, 1 PH fan motor that includes a permanent split
capacitor and internal overload protection. The electrical wires from the refrigeration unit wire to the condenser. The electrical
installation should be in accordance with local codes, national Electrical Code and regulations.
1.
Determine a position for installation that will allow access
for maintenance and is free from obstruction. Verify hot
air discharge from other condensers do not interfere
with the inlet of this condenser.
2.
Install the four (4) legs to the sides of the condenser
using the mounting bolts provided.
3.
The General Contractor or Owner must secure two (2)
treated lumber 4" x 4" x 36" (or longer). You may then
mount the remote condenser to the treated lumber
(refer to figure 1).
4.
The General Contractor or Owner must install a 3" pitch
pot in the roof (refer to figure 2). Then seal for weather
protection.
5.
Locate the pre-charged refrigeration lines shipped with
the system. These lines should be a correct length for
the building design. Avoiding any kinks, neatly route
these lines from the remote condenser to the refrigeration unit. Excess refrigeration tubing must be handled in
one of two ways. When coiling the excess tubing, make
sure the inlet to the coil is at the top of the coil and the
exit is the bottom of the coil. There can be no more than
one turn to the coil. If you have more tubing, you must
cut out the excess before connecting the ends. When
cutting the tubing, you must first evacuate the refrigerant
(line sets have a positive refrigerant holding charge of
two to three ounces). After shortening and welding the
tubing together again, you must vacuum the tubing to
250 microns. Then recharge the tubing with the appropriate refrigerant at 0.72 ounces per foot of new tubing
length measured one way.
Figure 5
Caution: Excess refrigeration tubing must be
properly cared for before being connected to either the
remote condenser or refrigeration unit.
Figure 6
Caution: Excess refrigeration tubing must be properly cared for before being connected to either
the remote condenser or refrigeration unit.
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CONNECTING THE PRE-CHARGED REFRIGERATION LINES
Note: Before connecting the pre-charged refrigeration lines, the refrigeration unit must be properly located,
leveled, and the water bath filled 1" (2.5 cm) below the installed drain pipe.
1. Attach low side gauge set to service port on each
line set to verify positive pressure within the line
set.
Note: If for any reason the lines are damaged and / or
leaking or the lines no longer charged, refer to “How To
Re-charge the Line Sets”. If the line set is too long for
the application, refer to “How To Shorten the Line Sets”.
2. Always make the connections at the condenser first,
using the end of the pre-charged lines with the valve
ports.
4. Connect the refrigeration unit side with the quick
connects (discharge and liquid). Make sure to
provide discharge trap at back of refrigeration unit,
or bend discharge line down 12" and then up
smoothly (no kinks) to provide a trap.
5. If a low refrigerant charge is detected, recover and
recharge the system adding the unit name plate
charge, condenser name plate charge, and the
refrigerant line charge at 0.72 ounces per foot (0.067
kg/m), measured one way.
3. Connect the condenser side with the quick
connectors (discharge and liquid) up to condenser.
Refer to the section titled “Aeroquip connection” in
these instructions.
HOW TO SHORTEN THE LINE SET
1.
Do not connect either end of the tubing to the system before
everything is set in place. Standard refrigeration practices
must be followed regarding the tubing installation.
2.
Excess refrigeration tubing must be handled in one of two
ways. With a short amount of excess tubing (about 10
feet), you may coil that amount vertically between the
condenser and refrigeration unit. When coiling the excess
tubing, make sure the inlet to the coil is at the high side of
the coil and the exit is the low side of the coil. There can be
no more than one turn to the coil. The coil must continue in
a downward spiral with no overlaps, similar to a cork screw.
If you have more tubing, you must cut out the excess before
connecting the ends. When cutting the tubing, you must
first evacuate the refrigerant.
3.
After shortening the tubing and welding together again,
you must vacuum the tubing to 250 microns.
4.
Recharge the tubing with the appropriate refrigerant at
0.72 ounces per foot (0.067 kg/m) of new tubing length,
one way.
HOW TO RE-CHARGE THE LINE SETS
Note: This procedure to be used only with damaged or evacuated line sets or with unknown refrigerant type.
1.
Repair any damages to the line sets before proceeding.
2.
With the remote condenser lines properly hooked and
sealed to the condenser, evacuate to 250 microns for 1
hour, using both Schrader ports on the service line set.
3.
For units with model numbers beginning with SSxxxxxx,
charge the condenser and line set as described here. Add
0.72 oz/ft (0.067 kg/m) of remote line set (one way run
distance) plus condenser name plate charge.
Example:
45 ft of line set
45 x 0.72 oz = 32.4 oz
32.4 oz + condenser charge = Total charge
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4.
If the line set and the main refrigeration unit are
connected, you must also add that refrigerant charge.
Recharging line sets and condensers connected
to refrigeration model numbers TSxxxxxx. Charge
according to the nameplate charge on the refrigeration
unit. That is enough refrigerant for up to 100 feet of
tubing plus the Multiplex condenser. If you have another
brand condenser, please add additional charge for the
condenser (example: up to three pounds for a MAC
condenser).
Connect line sets to the proper discharge and liquid
mating connectors on the refrigeration unit using quick
connects. Refer to the section titled “Aeroquip Connection” in these instructions.
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HOW TO RE-CHARGE THE LINE SETS (CONTINUED)
5.
Be sure to observe proper refrigeration techniques
when running the line set.
a. The discharge line should loop down at the
compressor end to trap liquid from returning to
the compressor (refer to figure 3), unless you
are coiling refrigeration tubing behind the unit.
b. The discharge line should loop above discharge connector at the condenser to resist
liquid returning to the compressor. Any excess
tubing should be removed from the line set
before the line set is connected to any equipment.
c. The discharge line should have one P trap
every 25 ft (7.6 m) of vertical rise to allow oil to
stair-step up to the condenser and eventually
return to the compressor.
Note: When the connections are made, the seal in the couplings
are broken and if removed for any reason, the refrigerant charge
will be lost.
Caution: Relays and terminal block are energized from each
remote unit. Turn “off” switches on each unit before opening
quick disconnect switch on condensing unit. On the completion
of the wiring of the remote condenser make sure the electrician
placed the switch lever in the “on” position. This switch must
be “on” before turning “on” the refrigeration toggle switch on
the unit. Also, the water bath must be filled with water.
Figure 7
CAUTION: Relays and terminal block are energized from each remote unit. Turn “off” switches on
each unit before opening quick disconnect switch on condensing unit. On the completion of the
wiring of the remote condenser make sure the electrician placed the switch lever in the “on” position. This switch must be “on” before turning “on” the refrigeration toggle switch on the unit. Also,
the water bath must be filled with water.
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INSTALLATION
AEROQUIP CONNECTION
1.
Lubricate male half diaphragm and synthetic rubber seal
with refrigerant oil.
2. Thread male coupling to its proper female half by hand to
insure proper mating of threads.
3. Use proper wrenches (on coupling body hex and its union
nut) and tighten union nut until coupling bodies “bottom”.
Note: You must use a wrench on the body to keep the body
from turning while tightening the nut with the second wrench. If
the body turns excessively, the piercing seal will be damaged.
4.
Use proper wrenches to tighten an additional ¼ turn
(90°). This final ¼ turn is necessary to insure the
formation of a leak proof joint. Alternately, use a torque
wrench to tighten ½” coupling to 40 ft lbs and 3/8" fitting
to 11 ft lbs.
5. Leak check all your connections. If you detect any leaks,
repair and recheck.
1. Fill the refrigeration unit water bath tank with water to
OPERATION
PLACING EQUIPMENT IN OPERATION
Before placing equipment in operation, verify that all requirements for roof mounted Remote Condenser Units (if
applicable) have been satisfied. Refer to the instructions on installing the Remote Condenser.
6. The refrigeration unit will build an ice bank in approxi1. Fill the refrigeration unit water bath tank with water to
mately 4 to 6 hours.
within 1/2" (1.27 cm) of the top of the overflow tube.
7. If optional CO2/Water Control Panel has been installed
2. Open the manual Water Shut-off Valve to the Water
Cooled Condenser (if applicable).
on the refrigeration unit, refer to the installation instruc3. Turn “ON” the rocker switch labeled “Refrigeration” to
tions for operation and testing the circuits for leaks.
begin building an ice bank.
8. The carbonation circuits “A” and “B,” as well as the
4. Turn “ON” the rocker switch labeled “Agitator”.
syrup circuits must be checked for leaks and possible
5. Ice should begin to form on the evaporator coils in
cross circuits before turning “ON” the water supply to
approximately 2 hours.
carbonator pumps.
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
POST-MIX SODA REFIGERATION UNIT SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
PART NUMBER
VOLTAGE
HZ
PHASE WIRES
BREAKER
CONDENSER
REMOTE
11MA04
SS901120
120VAC
60
1
3
30 AMP
Air Cooled
NA
11MAX04
SS901122
230 VAC
50
1
3
16 AMP
Air Cooled
NA
2803AX04
SS902832
230 VAC
50
1
3
16 AMP
Air Cooled
NA
2803A04
SS902850
120VAC
60
1
3
25 AMP
Air Cooled
NA
38MAO4
SS903850
120VAC
60
1
3
30 AMP
Air Cooled
NA
38MWO4
SS903852
120VAC
60
1
3
30 AMP
Water Cooled
NA
44MA04
SS904480
208/230 VAC
60
1
3
30 AMP
Air Cooled
NA
44MR04
SS904481
208/230 VAC
60
1
3
30 AMP
Remote Air Cooled
00904814
44MW04
SS904482
208/230 VAC
60
1
3
30 AMP
Water Cooled
NA
44MAX04
SS904483
230 VAC
50
1
3
25 AMP
Air Cooled
NA
44MRX04
SS904484
230 VAC
50
1
3
25 AMP
Remote Air Cooled
00904814
50MA04
TS905050-263
120/208-230 VAC
60
3
4
30 AMP
Air Cooled
NA
50MR04
TS905051-263
120/208-230 VAC
60
3
4
30 AMP
Remote Air Cooled
00904814
50MW04
TS905052-263
120/208-230 VAC
60
3
4
30 AMP
Water Cooled
NA
50MR04 Q/T
TS905046-263
120/208-230 VAC
60
3
4
30 AMP
Remote Air Cooled
00904814
50MAX04
TS905053-353
230/400 VAC
50
3
5
16 AMP
Air Cooled
NA
50MRX04
TS905054-353
230/400 VAC
50
3
5
16 AMP
Remote Air Cooled
00904814
50MWX04
TS905055-353
230/400 VAC
50
3
5
16 AMP
Water Cooled
NA
NOTICE: See nameplate on refrigeration unit for electrical specifications. Make all electrical connections at the junction box located at the top of the rear wall of the refrigeration unit pump compartment in
accordance with applicable electrical codes. Power disconnect must be installed within sight of unit.
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OPERATION
SERIAL PLATE LOCATION
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USER MAINTENANCE
SANITIZING SYRUP CIRCUITS AND TESTING SYRUP CIRCUITRY
The following is needed to clean and sanitize the Bag-in-Box (BIB) beverage system:
·
·
·
Three (3) clean buckets
Plastic brush or soft cloth
Mild detergent
1. Prepare the following in buckets:
· Bucket 1 – warm (100° F/38° C) tap water for rinsing
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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· Bucket 2 - mild detergent and warm (100° F/38°
C) water
· Bucket 3 – mix a solution of unscented bleach
(5% NaClO) or commercial sanitizer and warm
100° F/38° C) water. Mixture should supply 100
PPM available chlorine —1/4 oz. (30ml) bleach
to 1 gallon (3.8 liters) water.
Disconnect the “syrup-line side” of the BIB connector.
Rinse connector in warm (100° F/38° C) water.
Connect syrup connector to BIB connector and immerse both into Bucket 1. A “bag side” connector can
be created by cutting the connector from an empty
disposable syrup bag.
Draw rinse water through system until clean water is
dispensed. Most beverage valves allow the syrup side
to be manually activated by depressing the syrup pallet.
Connect Bucket 2 to system.
Draw detergent solution by activating valves until solution is dispensed.
Repeat steps 2-7 until all syrup circuits contain detergent solution.
Allow detergent solution to remain in system for five
(5) minutes.
·
·
Unscented bleach (5% NaClO) or commercial sanitizer
Bag-in-Box (BIB) connector
10. Connect Bucket 3 to system.
11. Draw sanitizing solution through system by actuating
valves until solution is dispensed
12. Repeat step 11 until all syrup circuits contain sanitizer
solution.
13. Allow sanitizer to remain in system for fifteen (15)
minutes.
14. Remove nozzles and diffusers from beverage valves.
15. Scrub nozzles, diffusers, and all removable valve parts
(except electrical parts) with a plastic brush or a soft
cloth and the detergent solution.
16. Soak nozzles, diffusers, and removable valve parts
(except electrical parts) in sanitizer for fifteen (15) minutes. NOTE: DO NOT soak nozzles, diffusers, or other
valve parts overnight.
17. Replace nozzles, diffusers, and valve parts.
18. Connect Bucket 1 to system.
19. Draw rinse water through system by activating valves
until no presence of sanitizer is detected.
20. Attach syrup connectors to BIB’s.
21. Draw syrup through system by activating valves until
only syrup is dispensed.
22. Discard first two (2) drinks.
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Part Number
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000001430
000001973
000002232
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2002523
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5001343
Description
TUBE RUBBER .75IDX.125WX72
FILTER AIR
MANIFOLD WATER 3 OUTLET
MANIFOLD WATER 3 OUTLET
CTRL, LIQ LEVEL, 240- 1/3HP
RELAY,THERM. TIME DELAY DPSTNC
LAMP IND 250V RED W/3/16 TABS
MOTOR, CARB - 230V, 1/3HP
SENSOR, ELEC. ICE BANK CNTRL
SWITCH,PRESS. 4PSI LOW WATER
PUMP, 100 GPH - S/STEEL
PUMP, 100 GPH-BRASS,FLTR,250 PSI
SWITCH, ROCKER - SPST, 16A
CONTACTOR - 3 POLE 208/240V
PIPE, STAND - 24.25 LG
TANK, CARB - ASSY
TUBE, SS n.312 OD, COIL
TUBE, SS - .375 OD, PLAIN WTR
TUBE, SS - .375 OD, SYRUP
TUBE, SS n.312 OD, COIL
BOOT, MOTOR PUMP
BOOT, MOTOR PUMP
VALVE BALL 3/8 FPTX3/8 FPT BRAS
ELBOW - .375 BARB X .375 MPT
VALVE,SHTFF-1/4 TURN,JG,1/4FPTX3/8 TUBE
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Part Number
5001463
5001613
5001793
5001803
5001823
5001833
5001873
5001903
5001963
5001983
5002033
6052031
6052071
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000000579
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Y0208031
7601431
020001414
020001715
020001716
5009036
00213237
7601431
Description
VALVE, TGLE RELF 150# 1/8MPT
O-RING, RUBBER - .750 OD X .625 ID
WASHER TAPERED-.50 FLARE-NYL
ADAPTOR,3/8MF X 3/8 MPT S/S
WASHER, TAPERED - .250 FLARE
WASHER TAPERED-.38 FLARE-NYL
BARB-STEM ADPT 1/4BARBX1/4SW
BARB-STEM ELL - 1/4X1/4 SWV S/S
ADAPTER - .250 BARBX.375 MPT
BARB-STEM ADPT 1/2BARBX1/2SW
NUT SWV 1/2 FLARE NP BRASS
BRACKET, HOSE RETAINER
COVER, TOP
VALVE, SHUT OFF 1/4 X 1/4
COUPLING-3/8 FLARE X 3/8 NPT
MOD 50 TXV SERVICE KIT
ELECTRODE ASSEMBLY, 10.8", BLACK
ELECTRODE ASSEMBLY, 7.9", RED
HEAT SINK TUBE ASM AND CLAMP
CTRL ELEC ICE BANK 230V IHI
PANEL RIGHT SIDE
PANEL FRONT
CLAMP PUMP CARB
MOTOR ASSY
KIT, AGITATOR MTR ASM 25W 230V
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DRAWING DETAILS
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AIR SCHEMATIC
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WATER SCHEMATIC
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50M 50HZ MODELS
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50M 60HZ MODELS
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INDEX
B
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brixing ....................................... 2
INSPECTION ............................ 2
INSTALLATION
7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Installation Date ........................ 2
irregularities .............................. 2
re-charge ................................ 15
Relocation ................................. 4
return procedures ..................... 2
UNPACKING ............................. 2
S
L
SAFETY ............................... 4,
sanitizing ...................................
Serial Number ...........................
service assistance ....................
Service Personnel .....................
Shipping ....................................
Shipping, Storage, Relocation ..
start-up ......................................
Storage .....................................
Warning ..................................... 4
WARRANTY INFORMATION ... 2
water-to-syrup ratio. See brixing
C
Carbon Dioxide .........................
Cleaning ....................................
CO2 ...........................................
CO2 monitors ............................
4
2
5
5
line set ..................................... 15
D
M
damage ..................................... 2
delivery ...................................... 2
distributor .................................. 2
MBE .......................................... 2
Model Number .......................... 2
modifications ............................. 4
F
O
FOREWORD ............................ 2
Operation .................................. 4
Q
Qualified Service Personnel ..... 4
5
5
2
2
4
4
4
4
4
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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.
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