UCC-UCCW M1 - Champion Industries

UCC-UCCW M1 - Champion Industries
For machines beginning with Serial no. 89788
Technical Manual
Upright Conveyor
Dishwasher
M1
Model
UC-CW
30" Conveyor
Champion
Champion
Champion
Champion
Machine Serial No.
August, 2003
Manual P/N
P.O. Box 4149
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27115-4149
336/661-1556
Fax: 336/661-1660
113160 Rev. G
2674 N. Service Road
Jordan Station, Ontario, Canada L0R 1S0
905/562-4195
Fax: 905/562-4618
www.championindustries.com
Complete the information below so it will be available for quick reference.
Model Number __________________________
Serial Number ________________________
Voltage and Phase ______________________________________________________________
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Phone _____________
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Champion (USA)
National Service Department
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National Service Department
Phone:
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Phone:
Fax:
1(800) 858-4477
1(336) 661-1660
1(800) 263-5798
1(905) 562-4618
NOTE: When calling to order parts, be sure to have the model number,
serial number, voltage, and phase of your machine.
Control Cabinet
Top of Machine
Machine Data Plate with
Model No., Serial No.,
Voltage and Phase is
located on the right or left
side of the Control Cabinet
Left to Right
Model Shown
COPYRIGHT © 2004 by Champion Industries, Inc.
REVISIONS
Revision History
Revision
Date
Revised
Pages
Serial Number
Effectivity
Comments
03/10/00
All
89788
Reissue of manual and new replacement parts lists.
07/09/01
89
J1436
Added P/N 325838 overflow to Prewash Section.
07/09/01
44
J1436
Added P/N 113291 float switch to Wash and Rinse
Section.
07/09/01
47
—
Changed P/N 110854 to 111019 to Econorinse Section.
07/09/01
79
—
Added 480V 95KW element to booster.
11/29/01
80
—
Revised bubble numbers on drawing
11/29/01
82
—
Changed P/N 105840 to 105841 on Steam Booster
11/29/01
84
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Revised bubble numbers on drawings
01/03/02
40, 44, 47
J1534
Change vacuum breaker 1/2" 100500 to 113220
01/03/02
01/03/02
53
79
J1534
J1534
Change vacuum breaker 3/4" 104429 to 113222
Added GC 1/2" solenoid valve 113352
and repair kit 113392
4/30/02
40
05/22/02
40, 44, 47
05/22/02
53
Added 900837 Kit*Repair 3/4" Vacuum Breaker
2/5/03
39, 43, 47
Replaced P/N 108391 with 113622 thermometer.
2/5/03
67
Replaced impellers with new part numbers.
2/5/03
93, 97
Replaced Furnace (Siemens) overloads with
Telemecanique (Square D) overloads.
7/23/03
40, 44, 47, 53
8/6/04
53
Corrected curtain 112445 to 112446.
8/6/04
108
Remove buckets from tanks.
Corrected float switch 110854 to 111019
Added 900836 Kit*Repair 1/4" & 1/2"
Vacuum Breaker
Revised plastic style vacuum breakers with bronze style.
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WARRANTY
LIMITED WARRANTY
Champion Industries Inc. (herein referred to as Champion), P.O. Box 4149, Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27115,
and P.O. Box 301, 2674 N. Service Road, Jordan Station, Canada, L0R 1S0 , warrants machines, and parts, as set out
below.
Warranty of Machines: Champion warrants all new machines of its manufacture bearing the name “Champion” and
installed within the United States and Canada to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period
of one (1) year after the date of installation or fifteen (15) months after the date of shipment by Champion,
whichever occurs first. [See below for special provisions relating to glasswashers.] The warranty registration
card must be returned to Champion within ten (10) days after installation. If warranty card is not returned to
Champion within such period, the warranty will expire after one year from the date of shipment.
Champion will not assume any responsibility for extra costs for installation in any area where there are
jurisdictional problems with local trades or unions.
If a defect in workmanship or material is found to exist within the warranty period, Champion, at its election,
will either repair or replace the defective machine or accept return of the machine for full credit; provided, however, as to glasswashers, Champion’s obligation with respect to labor associated with any repairs shall end
(a) 120 days after shipment, or (b) 90 days after installation, whichever occurs first. In the event that Champion
elects to repair, the labor and work to be performed in connection with the warranty shall be done during regular
working hours by a Champion authorized service technician. Defective parts become the property of Champion.
Use of replacement parts not authorized by Champion will relieve Champion of all further liability in connection
with its warranty. In no event will Champion’s warranty obligation exceed Champion’s charge for the machine.
The following are not covered by Champion’s warranty:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
Lighting of gas pilots or burners.
Cleaning of gas lines.
Replacement of fuses or resetting of overload breakers.
Adjustment of thermostats.
Adjustment of clutches.
Opening or closing of utility supply valves or switching of electrical supply current.
Cleaning of valves, strainers, screens, nozzles, or spray pipes.
Performance of regular maintenance and cleaning as outlined in operator’s guide.
Damages resulting from water conditions, accidents, alterations, improper use, abuse,
tampering, improper installation, or failure to follow maintenance and operation procedures.
j. Wear on Pulper cutter blocks, pulse vanes, and auger brush.
Examples of the defects not covered by warranty include, but are not limited to: (1) Damage to the exterior or
interior finish as a result of the above, (2) Use with utility service other than that designated on the rating plate,
(3) Improper connection to utility service, (4) Inadequate or excessive water pressure, (5) Corrosion from
chemicals dispensed in excess of recommended concentrations, (6) Failure of electrical components due to
connection of chemical dispensing equipment installed by others, (7) Leaks or damage resulting from such
leaks caused by the installer, including those at machine table connections or by connection of chemical
dispensing equipment installed by others, (8) Failure to comply with local building codes, (9) Damage caused by
labor dispute.
Warranty of Parts: Champion warrants all new machine parts produced or authorized by Champion to be free
from defects in material and workmanship for a period of 90 days from date of invoice. If any defect in
material and workmanship is found to exist within the warranty period Champion will replace the defective
part without charge.
DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES AND LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY. CHAMPION’S WARRANTY
IS ONLY TO THE EXTENT REFLECTED ABOVE. CHAMPION MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED, TO ANY WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS OF PURPOSE. CHAMPION SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. THE REMEDIES SET OUT ABOVE ARE
THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES FOR ANY DEFECTS FOUND TO EXIST IN CHAMPION DISHWASHING
MACHINES AND CHAMPION PARTS, AND ALL OTHER REMEDIES ARE EXCLUDED,
INCLUDING ANY LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTALS OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
Champion does not authorize any other person, including persons who deal in Champion dishwashing
machines to change this warranty or create any other obligation in connection with Champion Dishwashing Machines.
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CONTENTS
CONTENTS
Page
WARRANTY .............................................................................................................................
ii
INTRODUCTION......................................................................................................................
1
GENERAL .................................................................................................................................
2
Components and Features....................................................................................................
2
Options.................................................................................................................................
3
Modular Sections (Details and Dimensions).......................................................................
4
INSTALLATION........................................................................................................................
5
Unpacking............................................................................................................................
5
Locating ...............................................................................................................................
5
Assembling the Sections......................................................................................................
5
Assembling the Conveyor Belt............................................................................................
6
Completing the Assembly ...................................................................................................
7
Installing the Optional Blower Dryer (Steam or Electric) ..................................................
7
Plumbing Connections.........................................................................................................
8
Electrical Connections.........................................................................................................
8
Ventilation Connections.......................................................................................................
9
Machine Vent Damper Settings ...........................................................................................
9
Chemical Connections.........................................................................................................
9
INITIAL START UP.................................................................................................................. 10
Baffles.................................................................................................................................. 10
Thermometers ...................................................................................................................... 10
Conveyor Shut-off Shelf ...................................................................................................... 11
Conveyor Belt Drive Clutch Adjustment ............................................................................ 11
Conveyor Belt Alignment.................................................................................................... 11
Energy Sentinel (Idle pump shut-off).................................................................................. 11
OPERATION.............................................................................................................................. 12
Operation Steps.................................................................................................................... 12
Curtain Placement................................................................................................................ 12
MAINTENANCE....................................................................................................................... 15
Maintenance Schedule......................................................................................................... 15
Cleaning............................................................................................................................... 15
Lubrication........................................................................................................................... 16
Operation Checks ................................................................................................................ 16
Deliming .............................................................................................................................. 17
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TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................................. 18
BASIC SERVICE....................................................................................................................... 21
Electrical Service ................................................................................................................. 22
Fuse Blocks—120VAC Control Voltage....................................................................... 24
Motor Starter Overloads................................................................................................ 24
Pump Timer and Final Rinse Timer.............................................................................. 25
Electric Eye Energy Sentinel System ........................................................................... 26
Automatic Fill/Low Water Heat Protection .................................................................. 28
Thermostat Locations and Adjustments ....................................................................... 31
Motors ........................................................................................................................... 32
Mechanical Service.............................................................................................................. 33
Pump Seal Replacement ............................................................................................... 33
Cross Flow Elbow Adjustment ..................................................................................... 34
Solenoid Valve Repair................................................................................................... 34
REPLACEMENT PARTS .......................................................................................................... 35
WIRING DIAGRAMS............................................................................................................... 105
ELECTRICAL SCHEMATICS ................................................................................................. 110
LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1—Component Locator ..................................................................................................
2
Figure 2—Control Cabinet Chemical Connections ...................................................................
9
Figure 3—Baffle Locations........................................................................................................ 10
Figure 4—Conveyor Belt Drive Clutch ..................................................................................... 11
Figure 5—Conveyor Belt Alignment......................................................................................... 11
Figure 6—Curtain Placement..................................................................................................... 12
Figure 7—Auto Fill Operation................................................................................................... 12
Figure 8—Fresh Water Make-up ............................................................................................... 14
Figure 9—Fuse Blocks............................................................................................................... 24
Figure 10—Motor Starter Overloads ......................................................................................... 24
Figure 11—Pump Timer and Final Rinse Timer ....................................................................... 25
Figure 12—Electric Eye Location ............................................................................................. 26
Figure 13—Sensor Mounting..................................................................................................... 26
Figure 14—Bypass Switch......................................................................................................... 27
Figure 15—Electric Eye Indicator Lights.................................................................................. 27
Figure 16—Dual Float Switch Assembly .................................................................................. 28
Figure 17—Dual Float Troubleshooting Diagram..................................................................... 30
Figure 18—Electric Tank Heat Thermostats ............................................................................. 31
Figure 19—Electric Booster Thermostats ................................................................................. 31
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Figure 20—Booster High Limit................................................................................................. 31
Figure 21—Motor Wiring Connections ..................................................................................... 32
Figure 22—Pump Seal Replacement ......................................................................................... 33
Figure 23—Cross Flow Elbow................................................................................................... 34
Figure 24—Parker Solenoid Valve............................................................................................. 34
Figure 25—Asco Solenoid Valve............................................................................................... 34
Figure 26—Load Section ........................................................................................................... 36
Figure 27—Prewash Section...................................................................................................... 38
Figure 28—Wash/Rinse Section ................................................................................................ 42
Figure 29—EconoRinse Section (Optional) .............................................................................. 46
Figure 30—EconoRinse Pumped & Final Rinse Spray Arms................................................... 48
Figure 31—Unload Section ....................................................................................................... 52
Figure 32—Drive Shaft Assembly............................................................................................. 54
Figure 33—Conveyor Drive and Shut-off.................................................................................. 56
Figure 34—Baffles and Back Flow Piping ................................................................................ 58
Figure 35—Peg Belt................................................................................................................... 60
Figure 36—Peg Belt with Upper Rod........................................................................................ 60
Figure 37—Flat Belt .................................................................................................................. 62
Figure 38—Insulated Tray Belt and (Optional Silverware Belt)............................................... 62
Figure 39—Stainless Steel Peg Belt .......................................................................................... 64
Figure 40—Pump Assembly...................................................................................................... 66
Figure 41—Electric Tank Heat .................................................................................................. 70
Figure 42—Steam Tank Heat..................................................................................................... 74
Figure 43—Steam Coils (Low Pressure/Standard Pressure) ..................................................... 76
Figure 44—Electric Booster ...................................................................................................... 78
Figure 45—Steam Booster ........................................................................................................ 80
Figure 46—Steam Booster 40° Rise.......................................................................................... 84
Figure 47—Steam Booster 40° Rise Low Pressure Only.......................................................... 88
Figure 48—Control Cabinet....................................................................................................... 92
Figure 49—Blower Dryer (Optional) ........................................................................................ 96
Figure 50—Control Panel, Electric Booster .............................................................................. 98
Figure 51—Wiring Diagram 57KW Electric Booster ............................................................... 110
Figure 52—Wiring Diagram 63KW Electric Booster ............................................................... 111
Figure 53—Wiring Diagram 72KW Electric Booster ............................................................... 112
Figure 54—Wiring Diagram 81KW Electric Booster ............................................................... 113
Figure 55—Wiring Diagram Electric Tank Heat....................................................................... 114
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ELECTRICAL SCHEMATICS
B701669—Wiring Diagram (UCCW-2T, Steam/Electric)
(Beginning with Serial Number 89788)
B701670—Wiring Diagram (UC-1T, Steam/Electric)
(Beginning with Serial Number 89788)
B701512—Wiring Diagram (UCCW-3T, Steam/Electric)
(Beginning with Serial Number 89788)
B701559—Wiring Diagram (UCCW-4T-WS, Steam/Electric)
(Beginning with Serial Number 89788)
B701399—Wiring Diagram (UC Tank Heat/Electric)
(Beginning with Serial Number 89788)
APPENDIXES
Appendix A—UC-CW EconoRinse Section....................................................................... 103
Appendix B—Door Safety Switch and Magnet Mounting ................................................. 104
Appendix C—Cross Flow Elbow Adjustments................................................................... 105
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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
Welcome to Champion...
and thank you for allowing us to take care of your dishwashing needs.
This manual covers the basic Upright Conveyor Dishwasher model UC-CW.
Your machine was completely assembled, inspected, and thoroughly tested at our factory. Then
it was disassembled and crated in sections for delivery to your installation site.
The reassembly and installation of your machine is performed by others. However, Champion
can arrange for an Authorized Champion Service Agency to supervise the reassembly and
installation. Electrical wiring and plumbing services, including final connections to the machine
are supplied by others.
This manual contains:
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Warranty information
Installation and operation procedures
Maintenance instructions
Troubleshooting guide
Basic service information
Replacement parts lists
Wiring diagrams and electrical schematics
Complete and return your warranty registration card immediately after the installation of your
machine.
All information, illustrations and specifications contained in this manual are based upon the
latest product information available at the time of publication. Champion constantly improves
its products and reserves the right to make changes at any time or to change specifications or
design without notice and without incurring obligation.
For your protection, factory authorized parts should always be used for repairs.
Replacement parts may be ordered from your Champion authorized parts distributor or from
your Champion authorized service agency.* When ordering parts, please supply the model
number, serial number, voltage, and phase of your machine.
*Champion can only ship parts to customers by VISA or MasterCard at list price.
1
GENERAL
GENERAL
18
7
8
19
6
5
9
10
4
11
17
3
17
17
17
13
2
1
16
15
12
14
Figure 1
Left to Right Machine
Components and Features
Major Components
The major components of the UC-CW upright conveyor dishwashing machines are listed in
Figure 1.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Ball drain valve
Load end push button Start-Stop station
Load end Recirculating flushing nozzles
Electric Eyes-Energy Sentinel (idle pump shut-off)
Vent openings with 7" stainless steel stacks
Load Section-Long Curtain
Prewash Section-Short Curtain
Wash Section-Short Curtain
Unload Section-Long Curtain
Final Rinse Piping
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
Peg belt (30" for UC-CW)
Sliding conveyor shut-off shelf
Conveyor drive assembly
Optional steam or electric booster
Steam coil/injectors or electric tank heat
Low water tank heat protection float switches
High Pressure recirculating pumps
Top-mounted control cabinet
Automatic Fill
The UC-CW Upright Conveyor is a fully automatic dishwashing machine consisting of modular
sections. Each section is available in a choice of lengths to satisfy your specific space and
warewashing requirements. Champion’s ability to custom build your machine to meet your
application gives you the most powerful and versatile dishwashing machine on the market today.
Standard Features
• All models are constructed of heavy-gauge stainless steel including the panels, base, legs, and feet.
• All Models are available for either Right to Left or Left to Right operation.
• All models are high temperature (180°F final rinse) sanitizing machines.
• All Models have a single common water connection and a single common electrical connection.
(A separate electrical connection is required for an optional electric booster or blower dryer).
• All models have chemical dispensing equipment connection provisions inside the control cabinet.
• Standard Voltages are available in: 208/60/3
240/60/3
460/60/3
For non-standard voltages please consult the factory.
2
GENERAL
Options
Your machine may be equipped with one or more of the following options:
• Auto fill with drain interlock
• Stainless steel back panel
• Conveyor Belts
- Flat belt
- Cup belt
- Thermal tray belt
- Silverware belt (with or without riser)
- Belts with upper rods
- or any combination of the above.
• Blower-dryer, steam or electric (Minimum 9 foot unload required)
• Bumper rail, machine mounted
• Cold water thermostat (for prewash section)
• Conveyor, variable speed, electric
• Doors, one piece lift-out for low ceiling installations
• Doors both sides of hood
• Energy sentinel and rinse saver gate switch system
• External scrap bucket on 4 foot prewash (Standard on 2 foot prewash)
• External scrap bucket on 4 foot wash, 6 and 8 foot wash and/or rinse
• Fused disconnect switch for machine and/or booster (unmounted)
• Insulated hoods, insulated panels
• Isolation switches for motors and/or electric tank heat
• Motor pump, 2-HP optional in lieu of 1-HP on 2 foot prewash
• Motor pump, 3-HP optional in lieu of 1-HP on 2 foot prewash
• Side safety rails
• Split unload section for shipping
• Start/Stop station, unload end
• Steam pressure regulating valve (mounted)
• Tray unloader (sample of tray and cart required)
• Water pressure regulating valve (mounted) — Standard with built-in booster
• Champion steam boosters (built-in)
40°F Rise through 70°F Rise
Champion electric boosters (built-in)
40°F Rise through 70°F Rise
3
GENERAL
Modular Sections
4
(Details and Dimensions)
A-Load
The minimum available length of the load
section is 3 feet and comes in a cantilevered
design. The 4-8 foot load sections come in a
base and leg design.
B-Prewash
Prewash sections are available in 2' and 4'
lengths. The 2' section includes a standard
external scrap basket and uses a 1-HP pump
motor. The 4' prewash uses a 3-HP pump
motor. The external scrap basket is optional
on the 4' prewash.
C-Wash/Rinse
C3/C6
The C3 module is a 3' section for either wash or
rinse. The C6 is a combination of a 3' wash
section and 3' power rinse section. Both sections
have a 3-HP pump motor. External scrap baskets
are optional.
C-Wash/Rinse
C4/C8
The C4 wash or rinse section is a 4' module. The
C8 is a combination of a 4' wash and a 4' power
rinse section. Both sections have a 3-HP pump
motor. The external scrap baskets are optional.
D-Unload
The unload section provides space for handling
clean ware and is available in a minimum length
of 4'. Longer sections are recommended for
maximum drying or when an optional blower
dryer assembly is used.
E-EconoRinse
The EconoRinse section is designed to capture
and recirculate the final rinse water one
additional time before it is used in the rest of
the machine. The section measures 2' and uses
a 1/4-HP pump motor.
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
Unpacking
❑
Immediately after unpacking your machine, check for any possible shipping damage. If
any damage is found, save the packing materials, including the skids, and contact the
carrier immediately.
❑
All the loose parts for your machine and the hardware needed for the assembly of the
sections are contained in a box located on one of the skids.
Locating
❑
Before moving the sections into position, inspect the location site and be sure that the
electrical, plumbing, and ventilation services are provided in the correct locations.
Champion provides a Plumbing and Electrical Connections Drawing, (P&E), detailing
these requirements. Compare the site connections with the machine to ensure that they will
match when the machine is set in its permanent location.
❑
With each section on its skid, place it as close to its permanent position as possible.
!
CAUTION:
Each section has piping underneath the base. Lift the section carefully to avoid
damaging the piping.
❑
Carefully lift each section, and remove the skid. Remove any tape and shipping brackets.
❑
Remove the wireway covers on the rear of each section and lay the wire bundles
to the outside.
❑
Open all the doors. If you choose to remove the baffles for easier access to the section
ends, be sure to note their location for correct reassembly later. (See Pg. 18, Fig. 3)
❑
Roll the conveyor belt toward the inside of the sections to make the
section assembling easier.
❑
Move the center section (Wash/Rinse) to its final position and thread the feet in
as far as possible.
❑
Move the other sections into position, leaving about 6 inches of separation between them.
Thread all feet in as far as possible. DO NOT BOLT THE SECTIONS TOGETHER AT
THIS TIME.
Assembling the Sections
❑
Check the height of each section and determine which section is the highest
due to floor variations.
❑
Begin with the Wash/Rinse section and adjust its height. Keep in mind that the other
sections will be leveled in relation to this section. Therefore, the height of the wash/rinse
section must compensate for floor height variations.
Level the wash/rinse section side to side and front to back in several places
using a bubble level.
❑
❑
Run a 1/2" bead of silicone sealant on the face of all sides of the hood gasket of the section
end you are going to join.
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INSTALLATION
Assembling the Sections (continued)
❑
Move the next section closer to the prepared end of the center section and adjust the feet of
the second section so that the bolt holes around the hood and gasket align.
❑
Slide the connecting hoses and clamps on the drain pipes and cross-flow pipes.
Do not tighten.
❑
Level the second section side to side and front to back in several places
using a bubble level.
❑
Check the alignment of the conveyor tracks inside the machine, drains,
cross-flows and wireways.
❑
Bolt the HOOD sections together FIRST, using the 5/16-18 X 3/4" bolts, lockwashers and
nuts from the hardware kit.
❑
Bolt the base together NEXT, using the 1/2-13 X 1" bolts, lockwashers, and nuts from the
hardware kit.
❑
Recheck the level of the assembled sections and relevel the second section if necessary.
❑
Adjust the hoses on the drain pipes and cross-flow pipes and tighten the clamps.
❑
Feed the wire bundles through the wireways and connect the wires.
- Match corresponding numbers and connect them together.
- Connect all white and #2 wires together. White and #2 wires are neutral wires.
❑
Connect the copper water lines at the rear of the sections. Be careful not to
cross-thread the connectors.
❑
Connect the steam piping below the base (applicable to steam machines only).
❑
Install the baffles if you removed them prior to connecting the sections.
❑
Repeat the entire process for each section until the machine is completely assembled.
Assembling the Conveyor Belt
6
❑
Start at the unload end of the machine and pull the conveyor belt around the sprockets until
approximately 1-1/2 feet of belt is exposed on the upper track of the machine.
❑
Pull a section of belt from the next section along the upper track into the unload end.
❑
Join the belt sections together by feeding a conveyor rod through the links, spacers, and
rollers. Install a cotter pin on each end of the rod to secure the assembly.
❑
Continue this procedure until all the conveyor belt sections are joined.
❑
Adjust the conveyor belt tension at the load end by turning the adjusting bolts on the
take-up assemblies. The take-up assemblies are located on either side of the load end
conveyor shaft. Loosen the adjusting bolt locknuts.
❑
Turn each take-up adjusting bolt clockwise equally making sure that the conveyor shaft
remains square with the end of the machine.
❑
Note the slack in the lower portion of the belt and be sure that the adjustment
removes the slack.
❑
Check for the proper belt tension by lifting up the conveyor belt at the unload end. Proper
tension has been reached when the belt can be lifted off the track a maximum of 1-1/2 to 2
inches. Tighten the adjusting bolt locknuts.
❑
RECHECK THE BELT TENSION IN 2-3 WEEKS AND READJUST AS NECESSARY.
(See Initial Start Up #17, Pg. 11)
INSTALLATION
Completing the Assembly
!
CAUTION:
Overtightening the belt can result in damage to the belt and the conveyor belt drive
assembly.
❑
Trim any excess silicone sealant that may have squeezed out from between the assembled
sections. Apply a finish bead of silicone around the section joints.
❑
Install the vent stacks on the load and unload sections of the machine.
Make sure the damper handles face toward the front of the machine.
❑
Install the curtains. Long curtains hang in hooks on each end of the machine.
Short curtains hang in hooks on the inside of the machine. (See Fig. 6, Pg. 20)
❑
Check each tank and the interior of the machine and remove any foreign material.
❑
Install the screen supports, scrap screens, and access panels.
Installing the Optional Blower Dryer (Steam or Electric)
The blower dryer is available in either electric or steam and is shipped on a separate skid along
with the machine. The vent cowl and mounting hardware for the blower dryer are shipped in the
box containing the dishwashing machine parts and hardware.
❑
Remove the blower dryer from the skid and install the unit on the top of the unload section
of the machine.
❑
Bolt the blower dryer in place using the 5/16-18 X 3/4" bolts, flat washers, and lock
washers from the hardware kit.
❑
Fasten the vent cowl on the discharge end of the blower dryer using the 1/4-20 plain nuts,
flat washers, and lock washers from the hardware kit.
❑
Connect the electrical wiring by moving the prewired flexible conduit into position with
the 3" X 5" junction box located on the side of the blower dryer.
- Secure the conduit to the junction box.
- Match the corresponding wire numbers in the junction box and the conduit and
connect them together.
- Connect all white and #2 wires together. White and #2 wires are neutral wires.
7
INSTALLATION
PLUMBING CONNECTIONS
!
CAUTION:
Plumbing connections must comply with local sanitary and plumbing codes.
❑
Connect all supply connections for water, steam, and drain lines at the points indicated on
the P&E Connections Drawing.
❑
Tags are wired to the machine piping to indicate these connection points.
❑
Shut-off valves should be installed in all supply lines to allow for servicing of the machine.
❑
Pressure Reducing Valves, supplied by Champion or others, should be installed on the
incoming water supply lines and the incoming steam supply lines as close to the machine
as possible.
❑
Water Hammer Arrestor meeting ASSE-1010 standard or equivalent, should be installed in
the common water supply line at the service connection.
❑
HOT WATER
3/4" NPT 140°F. Flow pressure 20-22 PSI (For machine with built-in 40° rise steam/electric booster)
3/4" NPT 110°F. Flow pressure 20-22 PSI (For machine with built-in 70° rise steam/electric booster)
3/4" NPT 180°F. Flow pressure 20-22 PSI (For machine without built-in booster)
❑
COLD WATER
1/2" NPT 65°F tempering cold water connection. (For prewash with cold water thermostat)
❑
STEAM
Refer to the P&E Connections Drawing or consult the factory.
Blower Dryer- 3/4" NPT @ 85lbs/hr consumption at 15 psi flow pressure.
❑
DRAIN
1-1/2" NPT machine connection 3/4" NPT booster relief to an open drain.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
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!
WARNING:
Electrical and grounding connections must comply with the National Electrical Code
and/or Local Electrical Codes.
!
WARNING:
When working on the dishwasher, disconnect the electric service and place a tag at the
disconnect switch to indicate work is being done on that circuit.
❑
A qualified electrician must compare the electrical power supply with the machine
electrical specifications stamped on the MACHINE ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
PLATE located inside the control cabinet before connecting to the incoming service at a
fused disconnect switch.
❑
Motor rotation was set at the factory. Correct rotation for the drive motor is indicated by a
direction arrow decal on the drive sprocket. The sprocket can be found at the unload end of
the machine behind a stainless steel panel.
❑
Correct rotation for the pump motors are clockwise when viewed from the rear of the
pump motor. This is also identified by a direction arrow decal on the pump motor.
❑
Reversing motor rotation must be performed in the Control Cabinet. Reverse the wires L1
and L2 on the disconnect switch side of the main electrical connection terminal block.
INSTALLATION
❑
A knock-out plug is provided at the rear of the control cabinet for
electrical service connections.
❑
Electric boosters and Electric blower dryers each require a separate electric connection.
❑
A fused disconnect switch or circuit breaker (supplied by others) is required to protect each
power supply circuit.
❑
MOTOR STARTER OVERLOAD levers must be checked to ensure they are
in the ON position.
VENTILATION CONNECTIONS
❑
Stainless steel watertight ducting should be installed above the machine.
❑
Duct connections must be made to the inside of the machine vent stacks.
❑
Exhaust air must not be vented into a wall, ceiling, or concealed space of the building.
❑
Machine Ventilation Requirements:
MODEL
UC-CW
UC-CW-WS
LOAD END
400 CFM at 1/4" S.P.
300 CFM at 1/4" S.P.
UNLOAD END*
900 CFM at 1/4" S.P.
800 CFM at 1/4" S.P.
*With an optional Blower dryer, increase room ventilation by 600 CFM at 1/4" S.P. at the
unload end.
❑
A Minimum of six (6) air changes per hour (provided by building ventilation system) is
recommended for the warewashing area.
MACHINE VENT DAMPER SETTINGS
❑
Each vent stack is equipped with an adjustable damper.
❑
Proper adjustment of the dampers collects moist vapor as it
exits the machine. This prevents moisture from escaping into
the wash room.
!
CAUTION:
Opening the dampers too much will remove heat from the
machine interior and may make it difficult to maintain the
proper wash/rinse tank temperatures. Set the dampers to best
meet your particular installation. Figure A and B show the
minimum and maximum vent settings.
Minimum
Maximum
Damper
Handle
Damper
Handle
Fig. A
(Closed)
Fig. B
(Open)
CHEMICAL CONNECTIONS
❑
Labeled connection points are provided inside the control cabinet
for chemical dispensing equipment.
These connection points include:
❑
A 120VAC detergent signal between Wire #10 and Common.
❑
A 120VAC rinse aid signal between Wire #12 and Common.
❑
Removable black plugs are located at various points on the
wash tank for the mounting of a conductivity cell.
❑
A removable plug on the final rinse piping is provided as a
rinse aid injection point.
Figure 2
Control Cabinet
Chemical Connections
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INITIAL START-UP
INITIAL START UP
NOTE:
Perform the following checks and adjustments before placing the machine into service.
1. Check the interior of the machine and remove any foreign material.
2. Check the exterior of the machine — make sure that the conveyor belt is free of tape and
foreign material.
Baffles - Tank baffles redirect the flow of water from the spray arm systems back into the
tanks. This prevents water loss and keeps the wash, rinse, and final rinse water
in the proper tank.
3. Check the baffles — make sure that they are installed and positioned correctly.
PREWASH
LEFT TO RIGHT
MODEL
WASH
BAFFLE
1 HP
FINAL
RINSE
RINSE
BAFFLE
3 HP
BAFFLE
3 HP
Figure 3 Baffles
4. Close the tank drain valves along the lower front of the machine.
5. Open the water supply valves. Check for leaks and take corrective action as required.
6. Open the steam supply valves (if applicable). Check for leaks and take corrective
action if required.
- Machine steam valves
- Blower Dryer (if applicable) steam valves
7. Turn the main power on at the breaker panel or fused disconnect switch.
- Machine main power
- Electric booster main power (if applicable)
8. Flip the Power Switch on the front of the Control Cabinet to the “ON” position.
- The Red power on light will illuminate.
- The machine will begin to fill with water.
9. Allow the machine to completely fill with water.
- The water will shut off automatically.
10. Check for leaks and take corrective action if required.
11. Monitor the tank thermometers for the proper temperature reading.
- Allow sufficient time for the tank heat to reach operating temperature.
- Refer to the chart below.
TANK
TEMPERATURE
10
Prewash
OF
120O -
140O
Wash
150O -
170O
Power Rinse
160O - 180O
INITIAL START-UP
12. Move the conveyor shut-off shelf located at the end of the unload section toward the machine.
- This resets the automatic conveyor stop system.
- When an object on the conveyor contacts the shut-off shelf, the conveyor stops.
13. Press the GREEN start button on the front of the control cabinet.
14. Check the direction of rotation of the conveyor belt by observing the direction arrow
decal on the large conveyor drive sprocket. The sprocket is located on the side of
the unload section.
15. If rotation direction is incorrect, reverse wires L1 and L2 on the disconnect switch side of
the main electrical connection terminal block located inside the control cabinet.
16. Adjust the conveyor belt drive clutch. The clutch is located on the large conveyor drive
sprocket on the side of the unload section. Refer to Fig. 4.
To adjust:
a. Tighten the clutch nut on the center of the drive sprocket until the
conveyor begins to move.
b. Have a person of average build (about 185 lbs.) hold the belt with
both hands and pull against the direction of travel.
c. Continue tightening the clutch nut until maximum effort against the
direction of travel is required to stop the belt.
NOTE:
Final adjustment of the clutch depends upon the overall length of the
conveyor belt and the maximum weight that may be placed on the
conveyor belt during normal operation.
CHECK AND ADJUST CLUTCH MONTHLY.
Clutch
Nut
Figure 4 - Conveyor
Belt Drive Clutch
17. Check the alignment of the conveyor belt. Adjust the take-up
assemblies so that Conveyor Rollers (A) track evenly on Conveyor
Sprockets (B). See Fig. 5.
A
18. Check the Energy Sentinel (idle pump shut-off) by placing a tray
or dish on the moving conveyor belt.
- The pumps will start as the object enters the tunnel of the machine.
- The optional econorinse pump starts with the final rinse.
- Check pump motor rotation, CW when viewed from the rear of motor.
19. Check the final rinse temperature as the object enters the
final rinse area.
- The Final rinse temperature must be 180-195°F.
- Adjust the temperature of the incoming water supply if necessary.
- Adjust the booster thermostat setting if necessary.
B
Figure 5 - Conveyor
Belt Alignment
20. Check the Final rinse water pressure as the object enters the
final rinse area.
- The final rinse pressure must be 20-22 PSI.
- Adjust the Pressure Reducing Valve setting if necessary.
21. Check that the pumps and final rinse shut-off before the object reaches the
conveyor shut-off shelf.
22. Check that the conveyor belt stops when the object pushes the conveyor shut-off shelf.
23. Move the shut-off shelf toward the tunnel of the machine. The conveyor belt will start
moving again.
24. Push the RED stop button. The conveyor belt will stop moving.
25. Flip the power switch on the control cabinet to OFF. The red power light will go out.
26. Open all the drain valves and check that the house drains can handle the flow.
27. Remove any protective film from the stainless steel and install the side panels and chain guard.
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OPERATION
OPERATION
Operation Steps
Perform the following steps to place your machine in operation. Refer to Fig. 6.
LONG CURTAIN
SHORT CURTAIN
LEFT TO RIGHT
MODEL
SHORT CURTAIN
LONG CURTAIN
PREWASH
1 HP
WASH
3 HP
FINAL
RINSE
RINSE
3 HP
Figure 6
Curtain Placement
1. Check the curtains for correct placement in the machine.
- Be sure the short flaps of the Long Curtains face the load end of the machine.
2. Check the spray pipes.
- Be sure the spray pipe gasket is installed on the end of spray pipe before installing.
- Spray pipes are installed by inserting the pipe into the coupler and turning
1/4 turn clockwise.
3. Check the scrap screens.
- Install any scrap basket covers.
4. Check that the conveyor shut-off shelf is pushed toward the machine tunnel.
5. Close the drain valves, located under the base of each tank.
- When the drain handle is horizontal, the valve is open.
- When the valve handle is vertical, the valve is closed
6. Check the detergent and rinse aid supplies (supplied by others).
7. Turn on the detergent and rinse-aid dispensers (supplied by others).
8. Close all the doors making sure the door safety switches are activated.
9. Flip the Power Switch on the front of the control cabinet to “ON.”
- The RED power light will illuminate.
- The machine will automatically
fill with water.
- When the tanks are full, the
water will stop and the tank heat
will come on.
10. Fig. 7 illustrates the automatic fill
operation.
LEFT TO RIGHT
MODEL
PREWASH
1 HP
AUTO FILL 140° F
140° F
WASH
3 HP
RINSE
3 HP
Figure 7 - Auto-Fill Operation
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FINAL
RINSE
OPERATION
OPERATION (continued)
11. Wait for the tanks to reach operating temperature.
12. Monitor the temperature gauges located below the doors. Refer to the chart below for the
proper temperature readings.
TANK
Prewash
TEMPERATURE
!
OF
120O -
140O
Wash
150O -
170O
Power Rinse
160O - 180O
WARNING:
This machine contains moving conveyor parts
- Use caution when working near conveyor.
- Disconnect power to machine when cleaning or servicing.
13. Press the GREEN start button on the front of the control cabinet or the green start button
on the START/STOP station located at the load end of the machine.
- The conveyor belt will begin to move. (Pumps do not run at this time)
- If the conveyor belt does not move, recheck the position of the
conveyor shut-off shelf — and,
- Place the conveyor shut-off shelf in the operating position.
14. Scrap and flush the ware before loading it on the conveyor belt.
For the best washing results:
- Stagger objects across the conveyor belt.
- Cups, glasses, and silverware are best washed in racks. Distribute silverware evenly in
a single layer in the bottom of a flat rack.
As an object enters the tunnel of the load end, it will block the electric eyes. This starts the pumps.
- An Automatic timer controls the pump run time.
- The final rinse, also controlled by an automatic timer, will start as an object moves
near the final rinse area. The optional econorinse pump starts with the final rinse.
15. Check the final rinse temperature as the final rinse begins.
- The temperature gauge is located on the top of the machine in the final rinse piping.
- The correct reading must be between 180°-195°F.
16. Check the final rinse flow pressure during the final rinse.
- The pressure gauge is located on the lower panel of the unload section.
- The correct flow pressure must be between 20-22 PSI. The pressure gauge may read
more than 22 PSI before and after the final rinse cycle. This is a normal condition.
As an object exits the tunnel of the machine the automatic timers will:
- Shut off the final rinse and the pumps before the object reaches the conveyor shut-off shelf.
- If the conveyor belt is loaded with a number of objects, the final rinse and the pumps
will continue to run until an object pushes the conveyor shut-off shelf
into the OFF position.
- The conveyor belt and the final rinse will stop.
- The automatic timers will stop.
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OPERATION
OPERATION (continued)
17. Push the conveyor shut-off shelf towards the tunnel of the machine to return it to its
operating position. This will:
- Restart the conveyor belt and the final rinse.
- The automatic timers will restart where they left off. This ensures that any objects
remaining on the conveyor belt will be completely washed and sanitized by the
final rinse.
18. Press the RED stop button on the control cabinet or the START/STOP station
on the load section.
- The conveyor will stop.
- The final rinse will stop.
- The pumps will stop.
19. Press the GREEN start button on the control cabinet or the START/STOP station on the
load end. The conveyor, the final rinse, and the pumps will start again.
- The machine will continue to run until the automatic timers complete their timed
cycles or an object pushes the conveyor shut-off shelf to the “OFF” position.
Fresh make-up water is added to the tanks as required automatically.
- A majority of the fresh water comes from the Final Rinse.
- Additional make-up water is supplied by valves activated by float switches located
in each tank.
Refer to Fig. 8 below for the typical fresh water make-up supply.
OPTIONAL
1800 F
LEFT TO RIGHT
MODEL
PREWASH
WASH
RINSE
CROSS FLOW
PIPING
INDICATES WATER
LEVEL
Figure 8
Fresh Water Make-up
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FINAL
RINSE
140° F
INPUT
COLD
WATER
MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
Regularly scheduled maintenance will increase the efficiency and life of your machine. A well
maintained machine gives better washing results and service. Undoubtedly, the time that you
invest in daily maintenance now, will pay-off in the future.
Cleaning your machine is the best maintenance that you can provide. Components that are not
regularly flushed and cleaned do not perform well.
The Maintenance Intervals shown in the following schedules are the minimum requirements
necessary for the proper performance of your machine. Shorten the maintenance intervals
whenever your machine is faced with abnormal working conditions, hard water, or
multiple shift operations.
Maintenance Schedule
CLEANING
•
Every 2 Hours or After Each Meal Period
1.
When the last object on the conveyor belt exits the tunnel of
the machine, the pumps will shut off automatically.
POWER
ON
OFF
2.
Press the RED stop button on the control cabinet or the
START/STOP station on the load section.
- The conveyor will stop.
3.
Flip the Power switch on the front of the control cabinet to “OFF.”
- The Red power on light will go out.
4.
Open the doors.
5.
Open the drain valves and allow the machine to drain.
- The valve is open when the handle is placed in the horizontal position.
6.
Remove the scrap screens and scrap baskets.
- Back flush the screens and baskets and reinstall in the machine.
- Check spray nozzles.
7.
Close the drain valves and doors.
8.
Flip the Power Switch on the front of the control cabinet to the “ON” position.
- The RED power light will illuminate.
- The machine will automatically refill with water.
•
Every 8 Hours or at the End of the Day
1.
Press the RED stop button on the control cabinet or the START/STOP station
on the load section.
2.
Flip the Power Switch on the front of the control cabinet to the “OFF” position.
3.
Remove all the scrap screens and baskets.
4.
Back flush the scrap screens and baskets until clean.
DO NOT STRIKE SCREENS OR BASKETS AGAINST SOLID OBJECTS TO CLEAN.
5.
Open the drain valves and allow the tanks to drain.
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MAINTENANCE
CLEANING (continued)
CAUTION:
Do Not Leave Water in the Tanks Overnight.
!
6. Flush the inside of the load and unload sections with clean water.
7. Flush the inside of the tanks with clean water and wipe away any residue.
8. Flush the pump suction strainers, the tank drain screens, and the drain screen
on the unload section.
9. Flush the inside of the machine again making sure all drains are clean and free flowing.
10. Remove the spray pipes by turning 1/4 turn counterclockwise.
- Remove the end cap from each spray pipe
- Flush the pipe and nozzles until clean.
Do not strike the spray pipes on solid objects to clean.
- Replace the end caps
- Make sure that the rubber gaskets are in place on the end of the spray pipe.
11.
Reinstall the spray pipes by turning 1/4 turn clockwise.
12. Clean the final rinse pipe nozzles of any mineral deposits.
(A straightened paper clip works very well as a cleaning tool).
13. Remove and clean the curtains. Allow the curtains to air dry.
14. Reassemble the machine.
15. Leave the doors open to allow the interior of the machine to air dry.
16. Clean the exterior of the machine. DO NOT HOSE DOWN WITH WATER.
17. Report any unusual conditions to your supervisor.
Lubrication
• Every 3 months
1. Check the oil level in the conveyor drive gear reducer. Refill with SAE 90 gearcase oil.
2. Add grease to the conveyor shaft bearings; usually one pump from a grease gun using a
general purpose grease.
3. Motor bearings do not require lubrication.
4. Apply a thin coat of grease to the conveyor drive sprocket chain. Avoid getting grease on
the drive clutch; wipe any excess grease off immediately.
Operation Checks
• Daily
1. Check temperature gauges for proper readings.
2. Check pressure gauge for proper reading.
3. Check pumps for leaks around motor shaft.
4. Inspect general condition of machine.
5. Check chemical supplies (supplied by others) and refill as necessary.
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MAINTENANCE
Operation Checks
• Weekly
1. Inspect all water lines for leaks and tighten at joints if required.
2. Clean all detergent residue from the exterior of the machine.
3. Check the drains for leaks.
4. Clean accumulated mineral deposits from the tank heating elements
or steam coils.
5. Remove and inspect each spray pipe for blockage and clean if required.
6. Clean the final rinse nozzles of accumulated mineral deposits.
7. Check the float switches located in each tank to ensure they move freely.
8. Inspect the conveyor belt for broken or worn parts.
9. Inspect the electric eyes and clean the lenses.
10. Inspect the conveyor shut-off shelf for freedom of travel.
11.
Check the conveyor drive clutch adjustment.
Deliming
Mineral deposits, which are frequently referred to as lime because of their white color,
accumulate in the interior of the machine over time. The amount of lime build-up depends on
the mineral content of your water supply. Machines in regions of the country that have hard
water (high mineral content) will require more frequent deliming than in regions
with soft water (low mineral content).
NOTE:
Consult your chemical supplier for an appropriate deliming solution.
!
WARNING:
Deliming solutions or other acids must not come in contact with
household bleach (sodium hypochlorite) or any chemicals containing
chlorine, iodine, bromine, or fluorine. Mixing will cause hazardous gases
to form. Skin contact with deliming solutions can cause severe irritation
and possible chemical burns. Consult your chemical supplier for specific
safety precautions.
• Weekly or as required
1.
Inspect the interior of the machine for lime deposits.
2.
Follow the chemical supplier’s recommendations for the deliming solution.
3.
Thoroughly flush the interior of the machine when the deliming is complete.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
On occasion your machine may not operate as expected.
Use the checklist below before you decide that a mechanical or electrical failure has occurred.
Checklist
1. Are the main disconnect switches, breakers, or motor overloads turned ON?
2. Are the main water and steam supplies turned ON?
3. Are the drain valves closed?
4. Are the spray pipes and rinse nozzles clean?
5. Are the spray pipes in the proper locations?
6. Are the pump intakes clean?
7. Are the scrap screens clean and in place?
8. Are the thermostats correctly adjusted?
9. Are the high limit temperature thermostats reset?
10. Are the doors fully closed?
11.
Are the conveyor shut-off and drive assemblies in operating condition?
12. Are the chemical supplies adequately filled?
If a problem still exists after verifying the checklist, refer to the following
Troubleshooting Chart.
CONDITION
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CAUSE
SOLUTION
Conveyor will not run
Door not closed ...................................
Door safety switch faulty ....................
Start switch faulty ...............................
Main switch OFF ................................
Control panel power switch OFF........
Conveyor shut-off shelf operated........
Motor overload protector tripped........
Green start button not pressed ............
Make sure doors are fully closed
Contact your service agency
Contact your service agency
Check disconnect
Flip switch ON
Move shelf toward tunnel of machine
Reset overload in control cabinet
Press green start button
Conveyor runs but
Prewash, Wash, and
Power Rinse pump
will not run
Nothing on the conveyor.....................
Electric eyes (Idle pump shut-off)
system faulty .......................................
Load the conveyor
Clean the electric eye lenses
Flip the Automatic/Manual switch in the
control cabinet to MANUAL and
Contact your service agency
Optional EconoRinse
pump will not run
Final Rinse Timer not calling
for operation ........................................
Motor overload tripped .......................
Defective motor...................................
Refer to EconoRinse section operation
Appendix A (Page 104)
Reset overload in control cabinet
Contact your service agency
TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
CONDITION
CAUSE
SOLUTION
A single pump will not run
Motor overload tripped .......................
Defective motor...................................
Reset overload in control cabinet
Contact your service agency
Low or no water
Main water supply is turned off..........
Drain valves are open..........................
Doors are not fully closed...................
Faulty fill valve ...................................
Stuck or defective float switch............
Cross-flow piping misadjusted/
clogged ................................................
Clogged strainer at supply
connection ...........................................
PRV misadjusted or defective.............
Turn on house water supply
Close all drain valves
Close doors
Contact your service agency
Free float /Contact service agency
Stuck or defective float switch............
Fill valve will not close.......................
Drain valves open................................
Free float/Contact service agency
Clean valve,repair or replace valve
Close drain valves
Continuous water filling
Wash/Power Rinse tank temperature Incoming water temperature at machine
is low when machine is operating is too low.............................................
Adjust cross-flow setting/Clean piping
Clean strainer screen
Readjust pressure setting or replace PRV
Defective thermometer........................
Defective thermostat ...........................
Defective electric heater element........
Low steam pressure or volume ...........
Defective steam trap............................
Defective solenoid valve.....................
Raise incoming temperature
140°F minimum for 40° rise booster
110°F minimum for 70° rise booster
180° F minimum without booster
Check or replace
Readjust setting or replace
Check or replace
Check steam supply pressure
Check or replace
Check or replace
Prewash tank temperature
is too high (Optional Cold
Water thermostat Only)
Incoming cold water temperature
too high................................................
Defective cold water thermostat .........
Lower incoming water temperature
to maximum of 65°F
Check or replace
Insufficient pumped spray
pressure
Clogged pump intake screen...............
Clogged spray pipe..............................
Scrap screen full..................................
Low water level in tank ......................
Pump motor rotation incorrect ............
Defective pump seal............................
Clean
Clean
Must be kept clean and in place
Check drain valves
Reverse wires L1 and L2 in control cabinet
Contact service agency
Insufficient final rinse or
no final rinse
Faulty pressure reducing valve
(PRV) ..................................................
Improper setting on PRV ....................
Clogged rinse nozzle or pipe ..............
Improper water line size......................
Clogged “Y” strainer...........................
Clean or replace
Set Flow pressure to 20-22 PSI
Clean
Installer must change to proper size
Clean or replace
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
CONDITION
Low final rinse temperature
CAUSE
Low incoming water temperature .......
Defective thermometer........................
Defective thermostat ...........................
High limit thermostat tripped..............
Low steam pressure.............................
Poor washing results
Poor drying results
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Detergent dispenser not operating ......
Detergent supplied not strong
enough .................................................
Wash water temperature too low
.............................................................
Spray pipes clogged ............................
Improperly scrapped dishes ................
Ware improperly loaded on
conveyor ..............................................
Maintenance not performed
as required ...........................................
Electric elements/steam coils have .....
lime build-up .......................................
Excessive humidity in
warewashing area ................................
Improperly stacked dishes
after washing .......................................
Insufficient rinse-aid ...........................
Final rinse temperature
too low ................................................
SOLUTION
Raise incoming water temperature
140°F for 40° rise booster
110°F for 70° rise booster
180°F without booster
Check or replace
Recalibrate or replace
Reset or replace
Check steam supply pressure
Contact the chemical supplier
Contact the chemical supplier
See Condition “Wash/Rinse tank
water temperature too low”
Clean
Check scrapping procedures
Stagger ware on belt
See Maintenance Schedule
Clean and delime
Contact the chemical supplier
Check vent dampers and exhaust fans
Check unloading procedures
Contact chemical supplier
See Condition “Final Rinse temperature
too low”
BASIC SERVICE
BASIC SERVICE
To the Reader—
This section is intended for qualified service and maintenance personnel only.
DO NOT ATTEMPT ADJUSTMENTS OR REPAIRS IF YOU ARE NOT QUALIFIED.
A qualified servicer is someone who has:
1. A thorough knowledge of all safety precautions and procedures.
2. A thorough knowledge of basic electricity and electrical troubleshooting methods.
3. A thorough knowledge of dishwashing machine mechanics and operation.
!
WARNING:
Serious personal injury may result
if persons lacking the proper training or experience attempt to adjust or
repair a Champion Dishwashing Machine.
—In addition—
Serious or permanent damage to the machine may result
if persons lacking the proper training or experience attempt to adjust or
repair a Champion Dishwashing Machine.
!
WARNING:
This machine contains moving conveyor parts
- Use caution when working near conveyor.
- Disconnect power to machine when cleaning or servicing.
To the Qualified Servicer—
The following service information explains procedures for adjusting and repairing some of the
major components on the UC-CW dishwashers. In addition, you will find some basic guidelines
for troubleshooting and evaluating problems.
Champion dishwashers contain some unique design features that may be unfamiliar to you. We
have included explanations about a number of these features.
This Basic Service section does not cover all possible repair procedures. However, if you require
additional service support, you can call:
Champion National Service
1-800-858-4477
Please have the Model and Serial Number of the machine ready when you call.
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ELECTRICAL SERVICE
Note:
Champion offers a variety of options for the Upright Conveyor dishwasher.
It is extremely important that you identify the options installed on the machine BEFORE you
begin repairs.
The basic operation of the upright conveyor is the same for all models. If you are not completely
familiar with the design and operation of your machine, please read all the information
contained in this manual before attempting any repairs. What appears to be a serious problem at
first, may be corrected with a simple maintenance or operation check.
ELECTRICAL SERVICE
Power Requirements: All models require 3 Phase power.
Standard voltages are available in 208/60/3 240/60/3 460/60/3
Non-standard voltages are available—Consult the factory.
Service Connections: The main power connection is made at a single point in the Control
Cabinet. Optional Electric Boosters have a separate service connection.
Optional Electric Blower dryers have a separate service connection.
Line Voltage:
Three phase line voltage
is supplied to:
Single phase line voltage
is supplied to:
Control Voltage:
22
120VAC is supplied by
the secondary of the
control transformer to:
Pump motors
Drive Motor
Optional Blower Dryer motor
Electric tank heater elements
Optional Booster tank heater elements
Control Transformer — (In control cabinet)
[Step-down Line Voltage: 120VAC]
Control cabinet switches
Remote pushbutton stations
The Electric Eye circuit input
Pump & Final Rinse Timers
Solenoid Valves
Thermostats
Contactors
Motor starter overloads
Hold-in Relay
24VAC Control Transformer
[Step-down 120VAC:24VAC]
ELECTRICAL SERVICE
Electrical Service (Continued)
Control Voltage
(24VAC)
24VAC control voltage
is supplied to:
Door Safety Switches
Float switches
Conveyor switch
Control Relays (See Control Cabinet/Schematic)
Troubleshooting
Schematics
Champion places an electrical schematic in the control cabinet of every machine before it is
shipped. Schematics are included at the back of this manual as well. Be aware that these
schematics include options that may not apply to your machine. Options are enclosed in dashed
lines with the words (IF USED) next to them on the schematic. Disregard any options that
appear on the schematics which are not a part of your machine.
Tools
All electrical repairs can be made with: Standard set of hand tools
Volt/Ohm Meter (VOM)
Clip-on AC current tester
Circuit Tests
Use a clip-on AC current tester to check the 3-phase motors and electric heaters.
Use a VOM to test the 120VAC and the 24VAC control circuits and their
associated components.
NOTE:
Do not use chassis ground when performing voltage checks.
Doing so will result in false and inaccurate readings.
PERFORM VOLTAGE CHECKS BY READING FROM THE HOT SIDE OF THE
120VAC LINE AND ANY WHITE WIRE. (Wire #2 on the electrical schematic).
!
WARNING:
USE EXTREME CAUTION when performing tests on energized circuits.
!
WARNING:
When repairing a circuit, disconnect the power at the main service disconnect switch and
place a tag at the disconnect switch to indicate that work is being performed on the circuit.
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ELECTRICAL SERVICE
ELECTRICAL SERVICE (Continued)
Repairs
Fuse Blocks—120VAC Control Voltage
Two fuse blocks, located in the center rear of the main control cabinet
protect the main control transformer. Each fuse block holds a 5 AMP
fuse. The fuses are marked 1FU and 2FU on the electrical schematic.
To Replace the fuse:
—Disconnect power to the machine at the main service switch.
—Flip the tab on the top of the fuse block to open the block.
—Remove the 5 AMP fuse and replace with another 5 AMP fuse.
—Close the fuse block and turn the main power on.
—If the fuse blows again, DO NOT INCREASE THE FUSE SIZE.
—DETERMINE THE CAUSE OF THE OVERLOAD.
Fig. 9 shows the fuse block opened and the fuse exposed.
Figure 9
Fuse Blocks
Motor Starter Overloads
Combination motor starters/Trip overloads are located to the left of the fuse blocks inside the
control cabinet. Each 3-phase motor has one Motor Starter overload to protect it from Line
Voltage electrical overloads. In addition, an auxiliary set of switch contacts is built into the
motor starter overload. The switch contacts disconnect 120VAC power to the Motor Contactor
Coils in the event of a overload condition. Refer to Fig. 10.
Note the Switch Lever on the Overload:
—If the switch lever is off with the “0” showing
then the overload has tripped on an overload.
To Reset the Motor Starter Overload:
—Flip the overload switch to the On position.
—Run the dishwasher and test the AMP
draw of the motor in question. If the motor
checks okay then there may be a wiring
problem or the overload may be defective.
To Replace a Motor Starter Overload:
—Disconnect the wires to the overload.
—Release the mounting catch on the front
side of the overload, push forward and lift out.
—Snap the new overload into place and reconnect
the wires.
To adjust the overload setting:
The screwdriver in Fig. 10 is positioned
to adjust the motor overload AMP setting.
—Read the FLA motor amps on the Motor Nameplate.
—Turn the setting to match the Nameplate.
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Figure 10
Motor Starter Overload
ELECTRICAL SERVICE
Pump Timer and Final Rinse Timer
Select Time Range
6M
The timers have the following user-defined settings:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Adjustable time range
Timer knob setting
50 Hz or 60 Hz setting
Indicator light (“ON” when timer is counting)
60 S
UP
3
4
4
2
1
5
6
2
7
1
The Pump Timer is an OFF DELAY timer.
The Final Rinse Timer is an ON DELAY timer.
Each timer is clearly marked with a tag noting the
time set by the factory.
5
3
0
6
8
50
Omron
H2C
60
Front View
Rear View
Select to Match Incoming
Power
Figure 11
Timers
To Replace a Timer:
—Disconnect power to the machine at the main service switch.
—Remove the defective timer and install the replacement.
—Adjust the new timer setting to match the setting of the original timer.
To Check the Pump Timer Setting:
— Turn the power on.
— Place an object on the conveyor.
— Press the Green start button. The
conveyor will start.
— When the object enters the load end
tunnel the pumps will start.
— Wait for the object to exit the tunnel at
the unload end.
— When the pumps stop, push the
conveyor shut-off shelf to stop
the conveyor.
— Measure the distance between the exit
end of the tunnel and the object.
— The object should be about 1 foot past
the end of the tunnel.
— If the distance is less than 1 foot,
increase the pump timer setting 10
seconds. Continue to increase the timer
setting in 10 second increments until
the proper distance is reached.
— If the measured distance is greater than
1 foot, decrease the pump timer setting
10 seconds. Continue to decrease the
timer setting in 10 second increments
until the proper distance is reached.
To Check the Final Rinse Timer Setting:
— Turn the power on.
— Place on object on the conveyor.
— Press the Green start button. The
conveyor will start.
— When the object enters the tunnel the
pumps will start.
— Wait for the final rinse to begin.
— Press the Red stop button the instant
the final rinse begins.
— Open the power rinse tank door and
measure the distance between the
object and the final rinse pipes.
— The object should be 2 feet from
entering the final rinse area.
— If the distance is less than 2 feet
between the object and the final rinse
pipes then, decrease the final rinse
timer setting 10 seconds. Continue this
process until the proper distance
is reached.
— If the measured distance is greater
than 2 feet then, increase the final
rinse timer setting 10 seconds.
Continue this process until the proper
distance is reached.
— Run a final test to check both timer
settings.
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ELECTRICAL SERVICE
ELECTRICAL SERVICE (Continued)
Electric Eye Energy Sentinel System
(Idle Pump Shut-off/Rinse Saver)
Circuit Explanation—
The electric eyes are infrared sensors and are located on the load end of the machine. The
sensors consist of an emitter and a receiver. These components switch the 120VAC control
voltage supplied to the pump timer.
When an object moving on the conveyor breaks the infrared beam between the eyes, contacts
(EER) close and complete the 120VAC circuit (Wires #7 and #27 in the control cabinet).
• The pump timer resets and the pump motors start.
• The pump timer and the final rinse timer begin to time down.
• The pump timer resets each time the beam is broken.
Component Location—
Refer to Fig.12:
The Emitter is mounted on the back of the load section.
The Receiver is mounted on the front of the load section.
Receiver
Emitter
Cleaning—
Be sure the emitter and receiver lenses are clean.
Wipe the lenses clean with a soft cloth and
common rubbing alcohol.
Figure 12
Electric Eye Location
Alignment—
Electric eyes do not normally require aligning
except when replacing a defective unit.
The eyes are aligned visually. Make
sure they oppose one another across the
conveyor belt.
Replacement—
1.
2.
3.
4.
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The Emitter is coded T183E
Figure 13
Electric Eye Mounting
The Receiver is coded T18RW3R.
Remove the electric eye from the stainless steel cover.
Disconnect the cable.
Refer to Fig.13 and mount the new eye in its cover using the nut provided.
Recess the sensor 1/16" in the cover to protect the lens.
1/16"
ELECTRICAL SERVICE
Electric Eye Energy Sentinel System (Cont.d)
Electric Eye Bypass Switch—
NOTE:
All Upright Conveyor models have a switch located in the center of
the main control cabinet for bypassing the Electric Eye Energy
Sentinel System (See Fig.14).
Place the switch in the Automatic position to activate the Electric Eye
system.
—Pumps run when an object enters the load end tunnel.
—Timers control the pump run time and the final rinse.
Figure 14
Bypass Switch
(Refer to the Pump Timer and Final Rinse Timer service section for instructions on timer settings)
Place the switch in the Manual position to disconnect the Electric Eye System.
—Pumps and final rinse run continuously when the Green start button is pressed.
—Pumps and final rinse shut down when the Red stop button is pressed.
Troubleshooting—
• A failure in the electric eye system most often results in the following conditions:
1. Pumps run constantly.
2. Pumps will not run at all.
• Inspect the components to isolate the defective component:
1. Make sure that the bypass switch is in the automatic position.
2. Inspect and clean the lenses of the receiver and the emitter.
3. Check that electric eyes are aligned.
• Check the indicator lights on the back of the electric eyes: (See Figure 15.)
1. Remove two screws holding electric eye covers. Rotate covers away from tunnel
end so you can see indicator lights inside the covers. Do not remove eyes from covers.
2. Make sure that the electric eyes are aligned opposite of each other across the belt.
3. Make sure that both Green LED’s are ON.
4. Block the beam completely. The Receiver Yellow LED should be OFF.
5. Unblock the beam completely. The Yellow LED should be ON.
6. If all LED’s check OK, but the system fails to operate, try replacing the receiver first,
and then the emitter.
Emitter
Figure 15Electric Eye
Indicator Lights
Green LED
Power ON
indicator
Only
Receiver
Green LED
Power ON
indicator
Yellow LED
Output indicator
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ELECTRICAL SERVICE
ELECTRICAL SERVICE (Continued)
Automatic Fill/Low Water Heat Protection
Dual Float Switches—
Refer to Fig. 16
Each tank contains a dual float. The device consists of an
angled stem containing two reed switches. Two stainless steel
ball floats slide over the stem and are free to move up and
down. The floats contain magnets. When the float moves on
the stem, it opens and closes its associated reed switch inside
the stem. The reed switches control relays. The relays control
the automatic fill and heat for different parts of the machine.
Float switches and their relays operate on 24VAC.
Circuit Explanation—
The following is a general explanation of the float switch
circuit. Refer to the electrical schematic on your machine for a
detailed description of the individual floats, relays, and wiring.
Figure 16
Dual Float Switch Assembly
Bottom Float and Reed Switch:
- The bottom float controls the heat.
- When the bottom float is down, the bottom reed switch is Normally Open (NO).
- When the bottom float is up, the bottom reed switch is Normally Closed (NC).
Top Float and Reed Switch:
- The top float controls a fill valve.
- When the top float is down, the top reed switch is Normally Open (NO).
- When the top float is up, the top reed switch is Normally Closed (NC).
The Top and Bottom Floats work together:
Initial Fill—
- When the tank is completely empty, the top float is down and its reed switch is NO.
- The control relay for the float switch is de-energized.
- The fill valve for the tank is energized and the tank begins to fill with water.
- As the water level in the tank rises, the bottom float begins to move up.
- When the bottom float is completely up, its NO reed switch contacts close.
- This prepares the heat circuit, but the heat Does Not energize at this time.
- The tank continues to fill until the top float is completely up.
- The top float’s NO reed switch contacts close. Its control relay energizes.
- The fill valve de-energizes.
- The heat circuit energizes through the NC contacts of the bottom float and
the contacts of the control relay.
During Normal Operation—
- If the water level in a tank falls below the level of the top float, the top float moves
down and its reed switch contacts open.
- When the water level falls below the level of the bottom float, the bottom float moves
down and its reed switch opens.
- The control relay de-energizes. The fill valve energizes and refills the tank.
- The heat circuit will de-energize until the water level in the tank raises the top float again.
- The bottom float keeps the heat circuit ready as long as the water level is above the
level of the bottom float.
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ELECTRICAL SERVICE
Automatic Fill/Low Water Heat Protection (Continued)
Troubleshooting:
Each dual float controls the fill and heat circuit for a particular part of the machine.
Refer to the chart below:
DUAL FLOAT
POWER RINSE TANK
WASH TANK
PREWASH TANK
LOCATION ➠
DUAL FLOAT
• 2CR control relay
CONTROLS ➠ • Water level in rinse tank
• Rinse tank heat
• 3CR control relay
• 4CR control relay
• Water level in wash tank
• Water level in prewash tank
• Wash tank heat
• NOTE: Prewash tank does not
have tank heat
• Fill through wash tank
fill solenoid valve
• Fill through prewash tank
fill solenoid valve
• Water enters machine at
top of hood
• Water enters the machine
at top of hood
• Booster tank heat —
(Champion Built-in Only)
• Fill through final rinse valve
final rinse piping and
nozzles
NOTE:
The Power Rinse Tank dual float controls the heat circuit of the OPTIONAL Champion
built-in booster (Steam or Electric). 120VAC Booster Control Voltage is supplied from the
rinse tank heat control thermostat to the booster heat control thermostat.
Identifying a Dual Float Problem:
The most common trouble conditions associated with a dual float failure are:
Wash / Prewash Tank
1. The tank fills constantly.
2. The tank heat will not come on.
Power Rinse Tank
1. The final rinse runs constantly/No rinse tank heat.
2. The booster heat will not come on.
Inspect the Dual Float:
1. Be sure that the dual float assembly is clean and free of scale build-up.
2. Be sure that the stainless steel balls on the float assembly move up and down freely.
In addition to checking the float operation, perform the following—
System Checks:
1. All drain valves are fully closed.
2. Incoming water supply Flow Pressure is 20-22 PSI.
3. Fuses in control cabinet are good (Electric Heat Only).
4. Steam supply and steam traps operate correctly.
5. Tank Heat thermostats and/or High limit thermostats operate correctly.
6. Booster Heat thermostats and/or High limit thermostats operate correctly.
7. Electric Eye Bypass switch is in the Automatic position.
Refer to the Troubleshooting Diagrams on the next page.
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ELECTRICAL SERVICE
DUAL FLOAT TROUBLESHOOTING DIAGRAMS
Water Runs Constantly
Through Final Rinse Piping
To Fill Rinse Tank
Wash or Prewash
Tank Fills Constantly
Is Tank Full
of Water?
NO
Close
Drain
Valve
Push
Conveyor
Shut-off Shelf
to
Stop Conveyor
YES
Are the Float
Balls Up?
NO
Clean
Float
Assy.
YES
YES
Water Shuts OFF
Machine is in
Final Rinse Mode
Not a
Dual Float
Problem
NO
Is Heat ON
when called
for?
NO
Replace
Dual
Float
Is Tank Full
of Water?
YES
NO
Close
Drain
Valve
NO
Clean
Float
Assy.
NO
Replace
Dual
Float
YES
Check
Solenoid
Valve
Are the Float
Balls Up?
System
Checks
YES
Is Heat ON
when called
for?
YES
Figure 17
Dual Float
Troubleshooting
Check
Solenoid
Valve
System
Checks
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ELECTRICAL SERVICE
ELECTRICAL SERVICE (Continued)
Thermostat Locations and Adjustments
Control
Refer to Fig. 18
Electric tank heat is controlled by two thermostats:
1. The Control Thermostat which regulates the temperature.
2. The High Limit Thermostat which protects from
overheating.
Location:
Tank with Refuse Bucket – Both thermostats located
on the side of the tank.
Tank without Refuse Bucket – Both thermostats located
on the front of the tank.
High
Limit
Figure 18
Electric Tank Heat Thermostats
Adjustment:
The Control Thermostat has an adjustment screw on one side.
— The thermostat is wired Normally Closed.
— Turn the adjustment screw clockwise to increase the temperature in the tank and
counterclockwise to decrease the temperature in the tank.
The High Limit Thermostat is not adjustable. It contains a red reset button in its center.
— The red button pops out if the temperature in the tank exceeds 210°F.
— Press the red button in to reset the high limit.
Determine the cause of the high temperature condition.
Refer to Fig. 19 and Fig. 20.
High Limit
Electric Booster Heat is controlled by two thermostats:
1. The Control Thermostat which regulates
the temperature.
2. The High Limit Thermostat which
protects from overheating.
3. Each tank has a control and a
high limit thermostat.
Location:
The control thermostats are enclosed in black
boxes mounted in front of the booster tanks on the
base of the unload section of the machine. The high limit
thermostats are enclosed in boxes mounted on the top of each
booster tank.
Control
Adjustment:
The control thermostat has an adjustment screw on one side.
— The thermostat is wired Normally Closed.
— Turn the adjustment screw clockwise to increase the booster tank temperature
and counterclockwise to decrease the booster tank temperature.
Figure 19
Electric Booster
Thermostats
The High Limit Thermostat is a bimetal snap design. It is not adjustable.
— A button with a red dot in the center pops out when the temperature exceeds 210°F.
— Press the red reset button in to reset the high limit. Determine the cause of the
high temperature condition.
Tank Heat and Booster Heat (Steam)
Control thermostats regulate the steam supplied for tank heat and steam booster. The
control thermostats are the same type as the electric heat. High limit thermostats are
Figure 20
not required. High temperature protection is supplied by a steam pressure relief valve. Booster High Limit
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ELECTRICAL SERVICE
ELECTRICAL SERVICE (Continued)
Motors
Motor Specifications:
Voltage:
Wiring Connections
Standard motors are multi-voltage
Low Voltage: 208-230V
High Voltage: 460V
Non-standard motors are single voltage
575V (Canada)
Phase:
All motors are 3-phase.
Horsepower:
Prewash Pump:
Wash Pump:
Rinse Pump:
EconoRinse Pump:
Conveyor Drive:
Blower dryer:
1, 2 or 3 HP
3 HP
3 HP
1/4 HP
1/2 HP
2 HP
Refer to the diagrams below for
Low Voltage
High Voltage
208-230 V
460 V
Figure 21
Motor Wiring Connections
Troubleshooting:
Motor will not run:
1. Check incoming 3-phase power to control cabinet.
2. Check for tripped motor starter overload in control cabinet.
(Refer to Motor Starter overload service section for the proper setting)
3. Check for 3-phase power at motor contactor.
Motor runs hot and trips motor starter overload:
1. Check for proper voltage between L1-L2, L2-L3, L1-L3.
2. Check FLA on motor leads L1, L2, L3 using amp tester.
(Motor full load amp (FLA) ratings are stamped on motor nameplate).
Motor Replacement:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Disconnect the power to the machine.
Disconnect the wires at the motor junction box.
Make note of the motor connections in order to phase the replacement correctly.
Install the new motor and check for proper rotation.
Proper shaft rotation is clockwise looking at the rear of the motor.
Replacement motors are available as complete assemblies.
Champion cannot provide replacement bearings, stators, or rotors
as individual motor repair parts.
8. When requesting a replacement motor, please have available:
—The machine model number.
—The machine serial number.
—The motor location, i.e. (prewash tank, conveyor drive, etc.)
and the machine voltage.
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MECHANICAL SERVICE
MECHANICAL SERVICE
PUMP SEAL REPLACEMENT:
Gaskets
Pump Flange
Impeller
!
WARNING:
Disconnect all
power to the
machine at the
main power
source and
place a tag at
the disconnect
switch to show
that work is
being done on
the circuit.
Volute
Washer
Seal Assy.
Bolt
(B)
Water
Slinger
Nut
Backing Plate
Mtg. Nut
Backing Plate
Bolt
(A)
Plug
Figure 22
Pump Seal Replacement
1. Disconnect the power to the machine.
2. Drain the machine. Remove the plug from the lowest point on the pump volute and drain
the pump.
3. Remove the pump hoses.
4. Disconnect the wires to the motor at the motor junction box.
5. Unbolt the motor from the base of the machine and remove the motor and pump.
6. Remove all the bolts (A) on the volute and carefully remove the volute from
the pump flange.
7. Lock the motor shaft holding the square end of the rear shaft with a wrench or vise grips.
8. Remove the impeller retaining bolt (B). Remove the large retaining nut and washer.
9. Remove the impeller using a strap wrench. Turn it counterclockwise.
Do not strike the impeller with a hammer to loosen or remove it.
10. Remove the old seal and discard. Check the seal seat in the pump flange
and clean thoroughly.
11.
Clean the seating surface on the motor shaft with #600 emory paper or crocus cloth.
12. Check the water slinger and replace if worn or missing. Remove the (4) backing plate mtg.
nuts to gain access to the slinger.
13. Press the rubber seal and ceramic into the pump flange. Use a water soluble lubricant.
Keep the ceramic clean.
14. Install the rotating part of the seal on the shaft with the graphite surface toward the
ceramic. Use a water soluble lubricant.
15. Reinstall the impeller, washer, lock-nut, and bolt. Install new flange gaskets.
Bolt the volute to the flange.
16. Reinstall the pump and motor assembly on the base of the machine and reconnect the
pump hoses.
17. Reconnect the power and fill the tank with water. Check for leaks.
18. Bump start the pump to check the motor for correct rotation.
19. Proper shaft rotation is clockwise looking at the rear of the motor.
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MECHANICAL SERVICE
MECHANICAL SERVICE (Continued)
Cross Flow Elbows
Proper water levels are maintained in the
tanks through a system of pipes and elbow
fittings. This system is called a water cross
flow system. Water flows by gravity from
the final rinse end of the machine back
towards the prewash tank.
Cross flow elbows are placed in the tanks as
required to adjust the flow of water from one
tank into the other. The proper adjustment of
the elbows is important for the correct
operation of the machine.
— IMPORTANT NOTE —
Cross flow elbow adjustment procedures can
be found in Appendix C at the end of this
manual. Refer to those instructions before
changing the position of any cross flow elbow.
Cross-flow elbow
X
Tank bottom
Figure 23
Cross Flow Elbow
Solenoid Valve Repair:
Champion uses Asco and Parker solenoid valves. Repair kits
and replacement coils are available from Champion
Industries and Champion Parts Distributors.
Refer to Fig. 24 and Fig. 25
To Repair a solenoid Valve:
1. Turn off the water or steam supply.
2. Disconnect the power to the machine.
3. If repairing a Parker valve:
a. Remove the screw holding the coil.
b. Lift the coil off the bonnet.
c. Unscrew the top of the valve.
d. Inspect the valve body. If pitted or scored,
replace the entire valve.
e. Replace the parts contained in the repair kit.
Reassemble the valve.
4. If repairing an Asco valve:
a. Remove the cap holding the coil.
b. Remove the (4) bonnet bolts.
c. Inspect the valve body and replace if pitted.
d. Replace the parts in the kit. Reassemble the valve.
Figure 24 - Parker Valve
Figure 25
Asco Valve
34
REPLACEMENT PARTS
REPLACEMENT PARTS
35
REPLACEMENT PARTS
24
25
20
23
9
19
25
18
2
12
13
11
22
10
1
14
8
7
6
5
4
21
4
6
5
7
8
3
15
16
16
26
30
30
31
27
27
17
29
28
38
39
32
SHAFT
43
45
46
47
33
36
44
37
35
34
40
42
Figure 26 - Load Section
36
41
REPLACEMENT PARTS
LOAD SECTION
Fig. 26
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
NS
NS
27
28
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
Part
No.
112446
108642
320895
112057
320578
320579
100750
104971
320901
112267
100073
107967
106482
106026
320893
322008
201589
401486
112242
107003
112245
205907
112241
323229
323230
108954
106153
106382
107033
108417
309711
323595
309709
105994
107935
309386
109959
111082
309397
107691
109029
309385
110085
406225
107617
107614
111616
111617
111615
111614
113140
Part Description
Curtain (32 x 19) Entrance.........................................................
Rod, Curtain (5/16 x 33-5/8)......................................................
Door, Access (8 x 27-5/8) ..........................................................
Latch, Access Door (per Door)..................................................
Hinge, Access Door (per Door) .................................................
Plate, Access Door Hinge ..........................................................
Screw (6-32 x 3/8) Flat Head.....................................................
Nut, Grip 6-32 ............................................................................
Bracket, Perimeter Panel............................................................
Fastener, J-Clip...........................................................................
Screw (1/4-20 x 1/2) Truss Head ...............................................
Nut, Grip (1/4-20 w/Nylon Insert) .............................................
Washer, Lock (1/4 Split) ............................................................
Washer, Flat (1/4 x 5/8 x 1/16 SST) ..........................................
Door, Access (8 x 14) ................................................................
Door, Access (8 x 16) ................................................................
Damper, Regulator Assembly ....................................................
Stack, Vent (4 x 24)....................................................................
Receiver, Electric Eye ................................................................
Load, Placard..............................................................................
Union, Bulkhead 3/8 Plastic ......................................................
Tubing ........................................................................................
Emitter, Electric Eye ..................................................................
Electric Eye Weldment RH ........................................................
Electric Eye Weldment LH ........................................................
Nut Grip 6-32 w/nylon insert.....................................................
Flushing Nozzle .........................................................................
Screw 6-32 x 3/8 Truss Head.....................................................
Washer .208 x .437 x .047 .........................................................
Nut, Retaining ............................................................................
Tee & Elbow Weldment L-R......................................................
Tee & Elbow Weldment R-L......................................................
Elbow Weld, Flushing ................................................................
Clamp, Hose...............................................................................
Tube (5/8 ID x 5/16 OD) ...........................................................
Track, Take-up Bearing Assembly.............................................
Bearing, Idler Shaft ....................................................................
Roll Pin.......................................................................................
Screw, Adjusting ........................................................................
Nut, Jam .....................................................................................
Plug, Plastic................................................................................
Bracket, Take-up ........................................................................
Nut, Castle..................................................................................
Station, Start/Stop (Includes Items 40-47).................................
Nameplate, Stop .........................................................................
Nameplate, Start.........................................................................
Contact Block, NC .....................................................................
Contact Block, NO.....................................................................
Pushbutton, RED (Stop).............................................................
Pushbutton, GREEN (Start) .......................................................
Boot, Silicone, Pushbutton.........................................................
Qty
1
1
1
2
4
2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
4
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
A/R
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
37
REPLACEMENT PARTS
12
13
14
1
16
2
3
15
2
18
3
22
21
5
17
23
25
26
20
6
27
24
44
9
8
19
4
10
11
7
29
42
28
41
30
43
33
57
31
32
34
35
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38
36
45
40
37
39
55
51
52
50
56
50
46
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48
51
52
53
Figure 27 - Prewash Section
38
49
54
31
REPLACEMENT PARTS
PREWASH SECTION
Fig. 27
Item No.
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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14
14
15
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18
19
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30
31
32
33
Part
No.
308900
307882
308887
306953
108966
100073
109072
113622
320901
112267
100073
107967
106482
106026
112445
108642
320922
321969
305706
305720
305705
320921
321972
321990
308322
325838
304816
100141
319742
319743
313300
104640
100740
100154
106013
102376
320779
317240
317237
320780
320283
317240
111456
111478
111505
321472
Part Description
Door, (12" B2 Section Standard) ...............................................
Door, (24" B4 Section Standard) ...............................................
Door, (12" B2 Section Lift-Out) ................................................
Door, (24" B4 Section Lift-Out) ................................................
Handle, Door (per Door)............................................................
Screw (1/4-20 x 1/2) Truss Head ...............................................
Drain Valve.................................................................................
Thermometer (4 ft.) Gas Filled (Replaces 108391)...................
Bracket, Perimeter Panel............................................................
Fastener, J-Clip...........................................................................
Screw (1/4-20 x 1/2) Truss Head ...............................................
Nut Grip ( 1/4-20 w/Nylon Insert).............................................
Washer, Lock (1/4 Split) ............................................................
Washer, Flat (1/5 x 5/8 x 1/16 SST) ..........................................
Curtain, Short (32 x 14) .............................................................
Rod, Curtain (5/16 x 33-5/8)......................................................
Basket, Refuse (B2 Section) ......................................................
Basket, Refuse (B4 Section) ......................................................
Cover, Refuse (B2 Section)........................................................
Cover, Refuse (B4 Section)........................................................
Screen, Scrap (B2 Section) ........................................................
Screen, Scrap (B3 w/o Optional Refuse Bucket).......................
Screen, Scrap (B4 w/ Optional Refuse Bucket).........................
Screen, Scrap (B4 w/o Optional Refuse Bucket).......................
Overflow ( 7-3/4") Before S/N J1436........................................
Overflow ( 8-1/2") After S/N J1436 ..........................................
Strainer (6" Diameter)................................................................
Nut Grip 1/4-20 SST ..................................................................
Hood, Pump Suction ..................................................................
Plate, Pump Suction ...................................................................
Flange Weld Suction ..................................................................
Gasket 4Sq x 1/8TK...................................................................
Bolt 5/16-18 x 1 Hx head...........................................................
Nut Plain 5/16-18 .......................................................................
Washer, Lock 5/16 Split .............................................................
Washer, 5/16 x 3/4 x 1/16 ..........................................................
Upper, Manifold B2 ...................................................................
Upper, Manifold B3 ...................................................................
Upper, Manifold B4 ...................................................................
Lower, Manifold B2 ...................................................................
Lower, Manifold B3 ...................................................................
Lower, Manifold B4 ...................................................................
Locking Plate (per Spraypipe) ...................................................
Bolt 10-32 x 1/2 Hex Hd SST (per Locking Plate) ...................
O-Ring, Spraypipe (per Spraypipe) ...........................................
Spraypipe B2..............................................................................
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
4
4
4
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
39
REPLACEMENT PARTS
PREWASH SECTION (CONT.)
Fig. 27
Item No.
33
33
34
35
**
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
*48
321472
321472
104414
112240
900777
111456
321307
319195
104682
100736
327102
325920
100734
100141
109069
111019
100500
108349
*48
113221
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
*—
111090
108954
100007
100194
111026
319991-1
319993
106486
325922
900836
*
40
Part
No.
Part Description
Spraypipe B3..............................................................................
Spraypipe B4..............................................................................
O-Ring, Spraypipe End Plug (per Spraypipe) ...........................
Plug, Spraypipe End (per Spraypipe) ........................................
Spraypipe Assembly (includes 33, 34, 35) ................................
Manifold Gasket (per Manifold) ................................................
Slide, Adjustable Restrictor, Lower Manifold ...........................
Plate, Adjustable Restrictor, Lower Manifold ...........................
Washer, 1/4 Split Lock (per Manifold) ......................................
Bolt, 1/4-20 x 3/4 Hex Head (per Manifold) .............................
Hook, Door Stop/Catch Combo .................................................
Bracket & Door Stop/Catch Combo ..........................................
Screw (1/4-20 x 5/8 Hex Head) .................................................
Nut, Grip (1/4-20) ......................................................................
Thermostat (Optional) Cold Water ............................................
Dual Float Switch.......................................................................
Breaker, Vacuum 1/2 (bronze) ...................................................
Repair Kit, 1/2" Vacuum Breaker (not shown)
(Prior to S/N J1533) (bronze) ....................................................
Repair Kit, 1/2" Vacuum Breaker (not shown)
(After S/N J1534) (plastic).........................................................
Hamlin Reed Switch ..................................................................
Nut, Grip (6-32 w/Nylon Insert) ................................................
Screw (10-32 x 3/8) Truss Head ................................................
Nut, Grip (10-32) .......................................................................
Magnet, Large SST ....................................................................
Cover, Door Switch/Bracket ......................................................
Back Plate, Door Switch Cover .................................................
Washer Lock #10 Split...............................................................
Stop, Door Catch/Stop Combo ..................................................
Kit*Repair, 1/4" & 1/2" Vacuum Breaker
(Includes one each of 108349, 113219 and 113221)
Qty
7
9
1
1
A/R
1
1
1
4
4
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
Kit was created to repair either style (plastic or bronze) vacuum breaker. Plastic style
is no longer available.
REPLACEMENT PARTS
WASH/RINSE SECTION
41
REPLACEMENT PARTS
13
14
15
12
1
2
16
3
19
20
18
16
25
21
17
5
26
22
6
23
9
8
24
4
10
11
7
30
34
33
29
27
40
28
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48
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41
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61
56
54
60
2
3
59
55
49
51
50
52
55
56
57
53
Figure 28 - Wash/Rinse Section
42
54
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20
REPLACEMENT PARTS
WASH / RINSE SECTION
Fig. 28
Item No.
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
15
16
16
17
18
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24
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25
26
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27
27
29
28
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32
33
34
35
36
37
38
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40
Part
No.
307882
306953
108966
100073
109072
113622
320901
112267
100073
107967
106482
106026
112445
108642
317240
320283
317237
111456
111456
321307
319195
111454
111478
111505
321472
321472
104414
112240
900777
104682
100736
320921
322098
321990
321969
109683
112257
304816
107967
319742
319743
313300
104640
100154
100740
106013
102376
308321
Part Description
Door, (24"-C3/C4 Section Standard) .........................................
Door, (24"-C3/C4 Section Lift-out) ...........................................
Handle, Door (per Door)............................................................
Screw (1/4-20 x 1/2) Truss Head ...............................................
Drain Valve.................................................................................
Thermometer (4 ft.) Gas Filled (Replaces 108391)...................
Bracket, Perimeter Panel............................................................
Fastener, J-Clip...........................................................................
Screw (1/4-20 x 1/2) Truss Head ...............................................
Nut, Grip (1/4-20 w/Nylon Insert) .............................................
Washer, Lock (1/4 Split) ............................................................
Washer, Flat (1/4 x 5/8 x 1/16 SST) ..........................................
Curtain, Short (32 x 14) .............................................................
Rod, Curtain (5/16 x 33 5/8)......................................................
Upper Manifold (C3/C4 Section)...............................................
Lower Manifold (C3 Section) ....................................................
Lower Manifold (C4 Section) ....................................................
Manifold Gasket (per Manifold) ................................................
Manifold Gasket (per Manifold) ................................................
Slide, Adjustable Restrictor, Lower Manifold ...........................
Plate, Adjustable Restrictor, Lower Manifold ...........................
Locking Plate, Manifold (per Spraypipe) ..................................
Bolt 10-32 x 1/2 Hex Hd SST (per Locking Plate) ...................
O-Ring, Wash Arm (per Spraypipe) ..........................................
Spraypipe, C3.............................................................................
Spraypipe, C4.............................................................................
O-Ring, Sprayarm End Plug (per Spraypipe) ............................
Plug, Spraypipe End (per Spraypipe) ........................................
Spraypipe Assembly (Includes Items 22, 23, 24) ......................
Washer, 1/4 Split Lock (per Manifold) ......................................
Bolt, 1/4-20 x 3/4 Hex Head (per Manifold) .............................
Screen, Scrap (C3 Section w/o Optional Refuse Bucket) .........
Screen, Scrap (C3 Section w/ Optional Refuse Bucket) ...........
Screen, Scrap (C4 Section w/o Optional Refuse Bucket) .........
Screen, Scrap (C4 Section w/ Optional Refuse Bucket) ...........
Flange .........................................................................................
O-Ring........................................................................................
Strainer (6" Diameter)................................................................
Nut, Strainer Retaining ..............................................................
Hood, Pump Suction ..................................................................
Plate, Pump Suction ...................................................................
Flange Weld Suction ..................................................................
Gasket 4Sq x 1/8TK...................................................................
Nut Plain 5/16-18 .......................................................................
Bolt 5/16-18 x 1 Hex Head ........................................................
Washer Lock 5/16 Split..............................................................
Washer 5/16 x 3/4 X 1/16 ..........................................................
Overflow 9" (C3/C4 Wash Tank w/ Refuse Bucket) .................
Qty
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
7
9
1
1
4
4
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
4
1
43
REPLACEMENT PARTS
WASH / RINSE SECTION (CONT.)
Fig. 28
Item No.
40
40
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
48
48
48
49
49
50
50
51
*52
*52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
—
*
44
Part
No.
305840
305839
305840
110852
109069
110561
327102
325920
100734
100141
110854
111019
110854
113291
321595
321969
308237
305720
100500
108349
113221
111090
108954
100007
100194
111026
319991-1
319993
106486
325922
900836
Part Description
Overflow 9-1/2" (C3/C4 Wash Tank w/o Refuse Bucket).........
Overflow 10" (C3/C4 Rinse Tank w/o Refuse Bucket).............
Overflow 9-1/2" (C3/C4 Rinse Tank w/Refuse Bucket)............
Elbow, Cross-flow 1 x 90° (Wash Tank only) ...........................
Thermostat, Control (Steam or Electric)....................................
Thermostat, High Limit (Electric Only) ....................................
Hook, Door Stop/Catch Combo .................................................
Bracket, Door Stop.Catch Combo..............................................
Screw, Door Handle (1/4-20 x 5/8 Hex Head)...........................
Nut, Grip (1/4-20 SST) ..............................................................
Float Switch, Dual (C3 Wash Tank) (Before S/N J1436)..........
Float Switch, Dual (C3 Rinse Tank) (Before S/N J1436) .........
Float Switch, Dual (C4 Wash/Rinse/WS Tank)
(Before S/N J1436) ....................................................................
Float Switch, Dual (Wash/Rinse Tank) (After S/N J1436)........
Basket, Refuse (Optional on C3 Section) ..................................
Basket, Refuse (Optional on C4 Section) ..................................
Cover, Refuse Basket (Optional on C3 Section) .......................
Cover, Refuse Basket (Optional on C4 Section) .......................
Vacuum Breaker 1/2" (bronze)...................................................
Repair Kit, Vacuum Breaker 1/2" (Not Shown)
(Prior to S/N J1533) (bronze) ....................................................
Repair Kit, Vacuum Breaker 1/2" (Not Shown)
(After S/N J1534) (plastic).........................................................
Hamlin Reed Switch ..................................................................
Nut, Grip (6/32 w/Nylon Insert) ................................................
Screw (10-32 x 3/8) Truss Head ................................................
Nut, Grip (10-32) .......................................................................
Magnet, Large SST ....................................................................
Cover, Door Switch/Bracket ......................................................
Back Plate, Door Switch Cover .................................................
Washer Lock #10 Split...............................................................
Stop, Door Catch/Stop Combo...................................................
Kit*Repair, 1/4" & 1/2" Vacuum Breaker
(Includes one each of 108349, 113219 and 113221)
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
Kit was created to repair either style (plastic or bronze) vacuum breaker. Plastic style
is no longer available.
REPLACEMENT PARTS
ECONORINSE SECTION
(Optional)
45
REPLACEMENT PARTS
13
12
1
2
3
15
14
5
16
6
9
8
10
11
7
4
21
19
17
27
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24
25
26
23
33
31
34
30
29
28
32
44
40
42
43
35
41
36
37
Figure 29 - EconoRinse Section
46
40
38
18
REPLACEMENT PARTS
ECONORINSE SECTION OPTION
Fig. 29
Item No.
1
1
2
3
4
5
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7
8
9
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11
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14
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20
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24
25
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27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
*37
*37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
*
Part
No.
308900
308887
108966
100073
109072
113622
112089
320901
112267
100073
107967
106482
106026
204949
111695
323441
323547
324522
109683
112257
304816
107967
106026
319743
322832
322818
104640
100740
100154
106013
102376
322838
109069
110561
327102
325920
100734
100141
111019
110852
100500
108349
113221
111090
108954
100007
100194
111026
106486
325922
900836
Part Description
Qty
Door, (12" Standard) ............................................................................
1
Door, (12" Lift-out)..............................................................................
1
Handle, Door (per Door)......................................................................
1
Screw (1/4-20 x 1/2) Truss Head.........................................................
2
Drain Valve ..........................................................................................
1
Thermometer (4 Ft.) Gas Filled (Replaces 108391)............................
1
Overlay, Gauge (Econorinse)...............................................................
1
Bracket, Perimeter Panel......................................................................
4
Fastener, J-Clip ....................................................................................
4
Screw (1/4-20 x 1/2) Truss Head.........................................................
4
Nut, Grip (1/4-20 w/ Nylon Insert)......................................................
4
Washer, Lock (1/4 Split)......................................................................
4
Washer, Flat (1/4 x 5/8 X 1/16 SST) ...................................................
4
Curtain, Short (32 x 10) .......................................................................
1
Rod, Curtain (5/16 x 32-3/4)................................................................
1
Scrap, Screen (w/o Optional Refuse Bucket/Standard) .......................
1
Scrap, Screen (w/ Lift-out Doors)........................................................
1
Scrap, Screen Reinforced .....................................................................
1
Flange ...................................................................................................
1
O-Ring..................................................................................................
1
Strainer (6" Diameter)..........................................................................
1
Nut, Strainer Retaining ........................................................................
1
Washer (1/4 x 5/8 x 1/16 SST) (Not shown).......................................
1
Plate, Pump Suction .............................................................................
1
Hood, Pump Suction ............................................................................
1
Suction Weld Elbow E2.......................................................................
1
Gasket, 4SQ x 1/8TK ...........................................................................
1
Bolt, 5/16-18 x 1 Hex Head .................................................................
4
Nut, Plain 5/16-18 ................................................................................
4
Washer, Lock 5/16 Split ......................................................................
4
Washer, 5/16 x 3/4 x 1/16....................................................................
4
Overflow 11"........................................................................................
1
Thermostat, Control (Steam or Electric)..............................................
1
Thermostat, High Limit (Electric Only) ..............................................
1
Hook, Door Stop/Catch Combo ...........................................................
1
Bracket, Door Stop/Catch Combo .......................................................
1
Screw (1/4-20 x 5/8 Hex Head) ...........................................................
2
Nut, Grip (1/4-20) ................................................................................
1
Float Switch, Dual................................................................................
1
Elbow, Cross-Flow (1 x 90') ................................................................
1
Breaker, Vacuum 1/2" (bronze) ...........................................................
1
Repair Kit, 1/2" Vacuum Breaker (Not Shown) (Prior to S/N J1534) (bronze)
1
Repair Kit, 1/2" Vacuum Breaker (Not Shown) (After S/N J1534) (bronze)
1
Switch, Reed ........................................................................................
1
Nut, Grip (6/32 w/ Nylon Insert) (Not Shown) ...................................
2
Screw (10-32 x 3/8 Truss Head) ..........................................................
2
Nut, Grip (10-32) .................................................................................
2
Magnet, Large ......................................................................................
1
Washer, Lock #10 Split........................................................................
2
Stop, Door Catch/Stop Combo ............................................................
1
Kit*Repair, 1/4" & 1/2" Vacuum Breaker (Includes one each of 108349,
113219 and 113221) Kit was created to repair either style (plastic or bronze)
vacuum breakers. Plastic style is no longer available.
47
48
Figure 30 - EconoRinse Piping/Final Rinse Piping
12
11
12 13 14
4
7
8 9
4
7
10
6
6
2
5
5
3
2
2
3
Econo-Rinse
Piping Assy.
2
15
1
16
15
1
Stud
21
22
23
19 20
18
17
24
25
26
Final Rinse
Piping Assy.
26
27
24
28
28
REPLACEMENT PARTS
REPLACEMENT PARTS
ECONORINSE PIPING ASSEMBLY
Fig. 30
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Part
No.
106734
180281
319583
111505
111478
107033
111454
320068
322399
108345
100740
102376
106013
100154
319231
319271
Part Description
Cap 1/2" Plastic..........................................................................
Nozzle, Pumped .........................................................................
Pipe, Spray E2 Pumped Rinse ...................................................
O-Ring........................................................................................
Bolt 10-32 x 1/2" Hex Head ......................................................
Washer, Flat 10-32 .....................................................................
Plate, Locking ............................................................................
Manifold, E2 Rear......................................................................
Manifold, E2 Front.....................................................................
Gasket, Manifold........................................................................
Bolt 5/16 x 1 Hex Head .............................................................
Washer, Flat 5/16........................................................................
Washer Lock 5/16 ......................................................................
Nut, Plain 5/16 ...........................................................................
Bracket (1 Top) (1 Bottom)........................................................
Bracket (Top)..............................................................................
Qty
2
16
2
2
8
8
2
1
1
1
4
8
4
4
2
1
FINAL RINSE PIPING ASSEMBLY
Fig. 30
Item No.
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
—
27
28
Part
No.
201236
108620
322921
322833
107033
106486
104985
313285
205128
180282
180282
205127
106734
Part Description
Locknut 3/4 NP ..........................................................................
Gasket Rinse Pipe ......................................................................
Manifold, Weldment (L-R) ........................................................
Manifold, Weldment (R-L) ........................................................
Washer, Flat 10-32 .....................................................................
Washer, Lock #10.......................................................................
Nut, Plain 10-32 .........................................................................
Spraypipe Final Rinse (C8)........................................................
Spraypipe Final Rinse Lower (C6) ............................................
Nozzle 1/8 Fresh Water Rinse (C8) ...........................................
Nozzle 1/8 Fresh Water Rinse (C6) ...........................................
Spraypipe Final Rinse Upper (C6).............................................
Cap 1/2 Plastic ...........................................................................
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
12
9
1
2
49
REPLACEMENT PARTS
THIS PAGE
INTENTIONALLY
LEFT BLANK
50
REPLACEMENT PARTS
UNLOAD SECTION
51
REPLACEMENT PARTS
3
4
2
2
6
6
5
8
1
9
9
17
10
8
10
7
7
11
14
13
15
16
12
20 21
23
24
22
18
19
28
26
27
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25
Figure 31 - Unload Section
52
REPLACEMENT PARTS
UNLOAD SECTION
Fig. 31
Item No.
Part
No.
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2
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4
5
5
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7
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9
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11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
401486
201589
112446
108642
320894
322008
112057
320578
320579
100750
104971
320901
112267
100073
107967
106482
106026
320895
104682
112090
104429
108351
21
113223
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
28
29
*
109812
110244
107414
311403
313825
317343
104005
104005
106734
900836
Part Description
Qty
Stack, Vent (4 x 24)....................................................................
1
Damper, Regulator Assembly ....................................................
1
Curtain, Long (32 x 19) .............................................................
1
Rod, Curtain (5/16 x 33-5/8)......................................................
1
Door, Access Side (7 x 7-1/2) ...................................................
A/R
Door, Access Side (8 x 16) .......................................................
A/R
Latch, Access Door (per Door)..................................................
2
Hinge, Access Door (per Door) .................................................
4
Plate, Access Door Hinge (per Door) ........................................
2
Screw (6-32 x 3/8 Flat Head) (per Door)...................................
4
Nut, Grip 6-32 (per Door)..........................................................
4
Bracket, Perimeter Panel............................................................
4
Fastener, J-Clip...........................................................................
4
Screw (1/4-20 x 1/2) Truss Head ...............................................
4
Nut, Grip (1/4-20 w/ Nylon Insert)............................................
4
Washer, Lock (1/4 Split) ............................................................
4
Washer, Flat (1/4 x 5/8 x 1/16 SST) ..........................................
4
Door, Access (8 x 27) ................................................................
1
Thermometer, Final Rinse..........................................................
1
Overlay, Final Rinse 180° - 195° ...............................................
1
Breaker, Vacuum (3/4") (bronze) ...............................................
1
Repair Kit, Vacuum Breaker (3/4") (Not Shown)
(Prior to S/N J1533) (bronze) ....................................................
1
Repair Kit, Vacuum Breaker (3/4") (Not Shown)
(After S/N J1534) (plastic).........................................................
1
Gauge, Pressure..........................................................................
2
Support, Pressure Gauge ............................................................
1
Tubing, Pressure Gauge (Not Shown) .......................................
4
Manifold, Final Rinse (Not Shown)...........................................
1
Upper Pipe, Final Rinse .............................................................
1
Lower Pipe, Final Rinse.............................................................
1
Nozzle, Upper Final Rinse Pipe (1/8" NPT-#8010)...................
6
Nozzle, Lower Final Rinse Pipe (1/8" NPT-#8010) ..................
5
Cap (1/2") ...................................................................................
2
Kit*Repair, 3/4" Vacuum Breaker (Includes one each of item 21)
Kit was created to repair either style (plastic or bronze) vacuum breaker.
Plastic style no longer available.
53
5
2
4
8
3
Figure 32 - Drive Shaft Assembly
54
9
11
10
9
2
9
10
4
3
8
1
7
3
4
5
10
2
8
REPLACEMENT PARTS
REPLACEMENT PARTS
DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY
Fig. 32
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
11
12
Part
No.
112244
108434
107305
111480
403980
112243
108434
107305
111480
109958
109388
Part Description
Shaft, Idle ...................................................................................
Sprocket, Conveyor Belt ............................................................
Key (1/4 x 1/4 x 1-1/2)...............................................................
Bolt, Sprocket Retaining (3/8-16 x 3/4).....................................
Take-up Assembly......................................................................
Shaft, Drive ................................................................................
Sprocket, Conveyor Belt ............................................................
Key (1/4 x 1/4 x 1-1/2)...............................................................
Bolt, Sprocket Retaining (3/8-16 x 3/4).....................................
Bearing, Drive ............................................................................
Shock Absorber (Located on drive shaft) (Not Shown) ............
Qty.
1
3
A/R
A/R
2
1
3
A/R
A/R
2
2
55
REPLACEMENT PARTS
6
35
19 20 21 22 23
3
1
36
37
5
4
2
9
7
8
17
10
11
15
12
13
14
16
18
28
28
28
24
33
25
25
29
21
27
30
27
31
31
28
20
32
Figure 33 - Conveyor Drive and Shut-off Assembly
56
28
29
28
32
34
REPLACEMENT PARTS
CONVEYOR DRIVE AND SHUT-OFF ASSEMBLY
Fig. 33
Item No.
Part
No.
Part Description
1
109958
Bearing, Drive ............................................................................
2
106679
Key (1/4 x 1/4 x 2-1/2)...............................................................
3
100485
Clutch, Torque Limiter (Complete Assembly) ..........................
4
102315
Clutch Disc Assembly (Complete Set #350) .............................
5
108013
Sprocket, Drive...........................................................................
6
104271
Bushing (.54" Long for Torque Limiter Clutch)........................
7
101156
Chain (#50 5/8" Steel)................................................................
8
101149
Link, Connecting........................................................................
9
110076
Tensioner, Chain.........................................................................
10
106521
Sprocket, Idler ............................................................................
11
110299
Gearbox, RH w/Bracket .............................................................
12
110300
Gearbox, LH w/Bracket .............................................................
13
105285
Sprocket, Gearbox (11T)............................................................
14
103174
Sheave, Gearbox (C6) ................................................................
14
108088
Sheave, Gearbox (C8) ................................................................
14
100451
Sheave, Gearbox (C8 w/Optional Water Saver) ........................
14
100454
Sheave, Gearbox (C6 w/Optional Water Saver) ........................
15
100794
V-Belt (C8, C8 w/Optional Water Saver) ..................................
15
100795
V-Belt (C6, C6 w/Optional Water Saver, C6 VSPD*)...............
15
100792
V-Belt (C6 VSPD*, C8 VSPD)..................................................
16
107615
Sheave, Motor (C6, C8) .............................................................
16
100451
Sheave, Motor (C8 w/Optional Water Saver) ............................
16
108212
Sheave, Motor (C6 w/Optional Water Saver) ............................
17
107183
Motor, 1/2 HP (208-240/480V/60/3PH) ....................................
17
110207
Motor, 1/2 HP (208-240/480V/60/3PH) VSPD.........................
17
180230
Motor, 1/2 HP (575/60/3PH)......................................................
17
180256
Motor, 1/2 HP (380V/50/3PH)...................................................
17
180038
Motor, 3/4 HP (208-240/480V/60/3PH) ....................................
18
309738
Cover, Conveyor Shut-off ..........................................................
19
309719
Finger, Short Conveyor Shut-off (Standard Belt w/upper rod) ..........
20
309718
Finger, Long Conveyor Shut-off (Standard Belt w/o upper rod) .......
21
309555
Finger, Conveyor Shut-Off (Silverware Belt) (Not Shown) ......
22
314596
Finger, Conveyor Shut-Off (Combination long/short) (Not Shown)
23
315970
Finger, Conveyor Shut-Off (Insulated tray belt) (Not Shown) ..
24
316369
LH Assembly, Conveyor Shut-Off.............................................
25
316370
RH Assembly, Conveyor Shut-Off.............................................
26
316367
Top, Conveyor Shut-Off .............................................................
27
202393
Flange Seal .................................................................................
28
100007
Screw (10-32 x 3/8 Truss Head) ................................................
29
106482
Washer Lock 1/4 Split................................................................
30
100779
Screw (1/4-20 x 5/8 Truss Head) ...............................................
31
104266
Bushing (3/8 x 3/4 x 3/8 Bronze) ..............................................
32
104586
Collar (3/8" SST) .......................................................................
33
100735
Bolt (1/4-20 x 5/8 Hex Head) ....................................................
34
100141
Nut, Grip (1/4-20 SST) ..............................................................
35
107700
Lockwasher, Tab........................................................................
36
111090
Hamlin Reed Switch ..................................................................
37
111026
Magnet SST................................................................................
* Denotes Variable Speed Drive/Dc Drive Systems
Qty.
2
1
1
1
1
2
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
6
8
4
2
2
4
4
1
1
1
57
REPLACEMENT PARTS
12
DOOR
2
24"
DOOR
5
2
ECONO 1/4
HP
RINSE
3
HP
C3
WASH
1
24"
DOOR
4
4
6
1
12"
DOOR
4
PRE
WASH
C3
RINSE
3
HP
1
HP
B2/C6/E2 R-L
12
DOOR
5
6
ECONO 1/4
HP
RINSE
1
24"
DOOR
3
HP
C4
WASH
24"
DOOR
1
3
HP
C4
RINSE
1
12"
DOOR
PRE
WASH
1
HP
B2/C8/E2 R-L
Figure 34 - Baffles (R-L Direction Shown)
UC/CW BAFFLE SYSTEM
Fig. 34
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Part
No.
Part Description
322108
324394
111045
306586-30
322110
322113
100007
107966
106482
Baffle Development (Prewash, Wash, Rinse) ............................
Baffle Development (C3, LH only)(See Note *) .......................
Elbow 1/2" x 45 PVC NPT (All Fill Sections)..........................
Lower Baffle (See Note Below**).............................................
Baffle Weldment (RH Final Rinse)............................................
Baffle Weldment (LH Final Rinse) ............................................
Screw 10-32 x 3/8 Truss Head...................................................
Nut, Grip 10-32 w/Nylon Insert.................................................
Washer, Lock 1/4........................................................................
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
1
1
2
1
2
100734
Bolt 1/4-20 x 1/2" Hex Head.............................................
2
Notes:
* Baffle used on the left hand side of the door on all C3 tanks Wash or Rinse Sections
**306586-30 is used on C3 and C6 sections at every break that joins a C3 Section
All B4 Sections should take a baffle on each end of the section.
58
Qty.
REPLACEMENT PARTS
CONVEYOR BELTS
59
REPLACEMENT PARTS
UC-CW
1
2
3
6
4
8
7
5
6
Figure 35 - Peg Belt
UC-CW
1
11
2
10
3
7
4
9
5
8
6
Figure 36 - Peg Belt with Upper Rod
60
7
REPLACEMENT PARTS
UC-CW PEG BELT
Note 1: Total number of Rod Sections required for belt replacement vary depending on Machine Length.
Note 2: Quantities listed below are per one (1) ROD SECTION.
Fig. 35
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Part
No.
404104
110092
108378
108438
108435
108437
108875
108381
Part Description
Rod Section, Peg Belt, UC-CW.................................................
Link, Upright..............................................................................
Spacer (11/32 x 5/16).................................................................
Spacer (11/32 x 1-13/32) ...........................................................
Link, Straight End, Stainless Steel ...........................................
Roller, Plastic .............................................................................
Pin, Cotter ..................................................................................
Rod, Drilled Stainless Steel (5/16 x 29-1/4)..............................
Qty.
A/R
10
2
8
4
3
2
1
UC-CW PEG BELT with UPPER ROD
Note 1: Total number of Rod Sections required for belt replacement vary depending on Machine Length.
Note 2: Quantities listed below are per one (1) ROD SECTION.
Fig. 36
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Part
No.
404106
110092
108378
108438
100141
108435
108437
108875
108381
202601
108439
Part Description
Rod Section, Peg Belt w/ Upper Rod, UC-CW .........................
Link, Upright..............................................................................
Spacer (11/32 x 5/16).................................................................
Spacer (11/32 x 1-13/32) ...........................................................
Nut, Grip (1/4-20 SST) ..............................................................
Link, Straight End, Stainless Steel ...........................................
Roller, Plastic .............................................................................
Pin, Cotter ..................................................................................
Rod, Drilled Stainless Steel (5/16 x 29-1/4)..............................
Rod, Threaded Stainless Steel (1/4 x 26)...................................
Spacer (1/2 x 9/32 x 2-9/16) ......................................................
Qty.
A/R
10
2
8
2
4
3
2
1
1
9
61
REPLACEMENT PARTS
1
UC-CW
2
3
6
8
4
7
6
5
Figure 37 - Flat Belt
1
UC-CW
14
13
12
11
10
2
3
16
15
4
9
8
5
6
7
Figure 38 - Insulated Tray Belt (Silverware Belt Optional)
62
REPLACEMENT PARTS
UC-CW FLAT BELT
Note 1: Total number of Rod Sections required for belt replacement vary depending on Machine Length.
Note 2: Quantities listed below are per two (2) ROD SECTIONS.
Fig. 37
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Part
No.
402237
110094
108378
108438
108435
108437
108875
108381
Part Description
TWO Rod Sections, Flat Belt, UC-CW.....................................
Link, Flat ....................................................................................
Spacer (11/32 x 5/16).................................................................
Spacer (11/32 x 1-13/32) ...........................................................
Link, Straight End, Stainless Steel ...........................................
Roller, Plastic .............................................................................
Pin, Cotter ..................................................................................
Rod, Drilled Stainless Steel (5/16 x 29-1/4)..............................
Qty.
A/R
20
6
16
8
6
4
2
UC-CW INSULATED TRAY BELT
Note 1: Total number of Rod Sections required for belt replacement vary depending on Machine Length.
Note 2: Quantities listed below are per two (2) ROD SECTIONS.
Fig. 38
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Part
No.
402238
110094
109030
204995
100141
108435
108437
108875
108381
109282
109224
102376
108378
109187
Part Description
TWO Rod Sections, Insulated Tray Belt, UC-CW ....................
Link, Flat ....................................................................................
Link, Upright Poly .....................................................................
Link, Flat Modified ....................................................................
Nut, Grip (1/4-20 SST) ..............................................................
Link, Straight End, Stainless Steel ...........................................
Roller, Plastic .............................................................................
Pin, Cotter ..................................................................................
Rod, Drilled Stainless Steel (5/16 x 29-1/4)..............................
Spacer (11/32 x 1-1/32) .............................................................
Rod, Threaded Stainless Steel (1/4 x 22-1/4) ............................
Washer (5/16 x 3/4 x 1/16) ........................................................
Spacer (11/32 x 5/16).................................................................
Spacer (9/32 x 1-13/32) .............................................................
Qty.
A/R
16
8
1
2
8
6
4
2
4
1
2
2
7
SILVERWARE BELT
15
16
109164
109163
Link, Flat, Silverware Belt.........................................................
Link, Side, Silverware Belt ........................................................
2
4
63
REPLACEMENT PARTS
5
3
UC-CW
8
2
4
7
Figure 39 - Stainless Steel Peg Belt
64
6
REPLACEMENT PARTS
UC-CW STAINLESS STEEL PEG BELT
Note 1: Total number of Rod Sections required for belt replacement vary depending on Machine Length.
Note 2: Quantities listed below are per one (1) ROD SECTION.
Fig. 39
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Part
No.
408013
111421
109282
108378
108435
108375
108381
108875
Part Description
Rod Section, Stainless Steel Peg Belt, UC-CW ........................
Link, Stainless Steel Upright .....................................................
Spacer (11/32 x 1-1/32) .............................................................
Spacer (11/32 x 5/16).................................................................
Link, Straight End, Stainless Steel ...........................................
Roller, Stainless Steel.................................................................
Rod, Drilled Stainless Steel (5/16 x 29-1/4)..............................
Pin, Cotter (Not Shown).............................................................
Qty.
A/R
10
8
8
4
3
1
2
UC-CW Stainless Steel Peg Belt with Upper Rod
(Items 2 thru 8 above and the Parts Listed Below)
—
100141
Nut, Grip (1/4-20 SST) (Not Shown) ........................................
—
202601
Rod, Threaded (1/4 x 26) (Not Shown) .....................................
2
1
65
REPLACEMENT PARTS
5
4
4
5
3
1
2
2
2
2
1
6
9
10
11
12
7
13
8
14
15
16
25
17
18
19
26
22
23
21
22
23
20
24
35
27
28
36
34
31
32
33
37
See bottom of Page 68 for
Optional EconoRinse Pump parts
30
Figure 40 - Pump Assembly
66
22
29
REPLACEMENT PARTS
PUMP ASSEMBLY
Fig. 40
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
19
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
—
Part
No.
110372
104203
112409
110858
111964
110420
180245
180272
180237
111739
180210
180212
110422
180226
180273
180246
111740
110424
111741
180239
180257
110734
109654
100754
110270
204460
106407
107690
111681
111111
111941
111942
111943
113118
113119
113120
102500
112380
106482
100736
112338
102504
112379
112338
Part Description
Hose, Pump Suction ..................................................................
Clamp, Suction Hose..................................................................
Hose, Pump Discharge ...............................................................
Clamp, Discharge Hose (Standpipe side) ..................................
Clamp, Discharge Hose..............................................................
Motor, 1 HP Prewash (208-240V/460V/60/3PH)......................
Motor, 1 HP Prewash (380V/50/3PH) .......................................
Motor, 1 HP Prewash (380V/60/3PH) .......................................
Motor, 1 HP Prewash (415/50/3PH) ..........................................
Motor, 1 HP Prewash (575V/60/3PH) .......................................
Motor, 1 HP Prewash (600V/60/3PH) .......................................
Motor, 1 HP Prewash (220V/50/3PH) .......................................
Motor, 2 HP Prewash (208-240V/460V/60/3PH)......................
Motor, 2 HP Prewash (380V/50/3PH) .......................................
Motor, 2 HP Prewash (380V/60/3PH) .......................................
Motor, 2 HP Prewash (415V/50/3PH) .......................................
Motor, 2 HP Prewash (575V/60/3PH) .......................................
Motor, 3 HP Prewash, Wash/Rinse (208-240/460V/60/3PH)....
Motor, 3 HP Prewash, Wash/Rinse (575V/60/3PH) ..................
Motor, 3 HP Prewash, Wash/Rinse (415V/60/3PH) ..................
Motor, 3 HP Prewash, Wash/Rinse (380V/50/3PH) ..................
Stud, Motor ................................................................................
Slinger, Water .............................................................................
Screw, 10-32 x 1/2" Flat Head ...................................................
Washer, Star Countersunk ..........................................................
Plate, Backing ............................................................................
Washer, Lock..............................................................................
Nut, Jam 3/8-16..........................................................................
Flange, Pump..............................................................................
Seal, Shaft ..................................................................................
Gasket (.0085") (1 Notch)..........................................................
Gasket (.015") (2 Notches) ........................................................
Gasket (.032") (3 Notches) ........................................................
Impeller, SST (2.875") 1 HP......................................................
Impeller, SST (3.5") 2 HP..........................................................
Impeller, SST (4.0") 3 HP..........................................................
Plug, 1-1/4" NPT Brass..............................................................
Volute, Pump ..............................................................................
Washer, Lock 1/4" Split .............................................................
Bolt, 1/4-20 x 3/4" Hex Head ....................................................
O-Ring Gasket, Pump Suction Flange .......................................
Plug, 1/2" NPT Brass .................................................................
Flange, Suction...........................................................................
Gasket-Pump, Suction................................................................
Qty.
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
11
10
1
1
1
1
67
REPLACEMENT PARTS
PUMP ASSEMBLY (CONT.)
Fig. 40
Item No.
Part
No.
27
28
29
—
110248
110247
100734
405919
—
405920
—
405921
—
405922
—
405923
Part Description
Washer, Flat................................................................................
Nut, Hex Jam 7/16-20 ................................................................
Bolt, 1/4-20 x 1/2" Hex Head ....................................................
Motor/Pump Assy. (Complete) 1 HP Prewash
(208-240/480V/60/3PH)
Motor/Pump Assy. (Complete) 2 HP Prewash
(208-240/480V/60/3PH)
Motor/Pump Assy. (Complete) 3 HP Prewash
(208-240/480V/60/3PH)
Motor/Pump Assy. (Complete) 3 HP C3 Section - Wash/Rinse
(208-240/480V/60/3PH)
Motor/Pump Assy. (Complete) 3 HP C4 Section - Wash/Rinse
(208-240/480V/60/3PH)
Qty.
1
1
1
ECONORINSE SECTION OPTION
Fig. 40
Item No.
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
—
—
—
—
—
—
68
Part
No.
180280
180327
900728
205202
107340
205201
107340
180326
108598
180325
112106
112107
900756
900757
Part Description
Motor/Pump Assy. (Complete) 1/4 HP (208-240/460V/60/3PH).....
Motor, 1/4 HP (208-240/460V/60/3PH) EconoRinse................
Pump Assembly (Less Motor) ...................................................
Hose, Suction (1-5/8 I.D. x 4-3/4) .............................................
Clamp, Suction Hose..................................................................
Hose, Discharge (1-3/8 I.D. x 9-1/2) .........................................
Clamp, Discharge Hose..............................................................
Bolt (Pump to Motor).................................................................
Gasket, Pump (Not Shown) .......................................................
Seal, Shaft (Not Shown).............................................................
Impeller, 1/4 HP EconoRinse Pump (Not Shown) ....................
Volute (Not Shown)....................................................................
Kit*Volute, Impeller, Repair Kit (Not Shown)
Repair Kit w/Seal, (Pump Gasket, Pump Shaft w/set screws,
Water Slinger, Shaft Seal)
Qty.
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
4
1
1
1
1
REPLACEMENT PARTS
ELECTRIC TANK HEAT
69
REPLACEMENT PARTS
10 KW Heater Elements
are longer than 5 KW
Heater Elements.
1
3
2
4
5
Figure 41 - Electric Tank Heat
70
REPLACEMENT PARTS
ELECTRIC TANK HEAT
Fig. 41
Item No.
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
3
4
5
Part
No.
107839
107840
107842
111123
109751
107844
107846
111120
108345
109069
110561
Part Description
Element, Tank Heater (5KW, 208V/3PH)..................................
Element, Tank Heater (5KW, 240V/3PH)..................................
Element, Tank Heater (5KW, 480V/3PH)..................................
Element, Tank Heater (5KW, 575V/3PH)..................................
Element, Tank Heater (10KW, 208V/3PH)................................
Element, Tank Heater (10KW, 240V/3PH)................................
Element, Tank Heater (10KW, 480V/3PH)................................
Element, Tank Heater (10KW, 575V/3PH)................................
Gasket, Tank Heater (one per element)......................................
Thermostat, Control (one per tank)............................................
Thermostat, High Limit (one per tank)......................................
Qty.
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
1
1
ECONORINSE SECTION (Optional)
Fig. 41
Item No.
—
—
—
—
3
4
5
Part
No.
111258
111259
111260
—
108345
109069
110561
Part Description
Element, Tank Heater (15KW, 208V/3PH)................................
Element, Tank Heater (15KW, 240V/3PH)................................
Element, Tank Heater (15KW, 480V/3PH)................................
Element, Tank Heater (15KW, 575V/3PH)................................
Gasket, Tank Heater (one per element)......................................
Thermostat, Control (one per tank)............................................
Thermostat, High Limit (one per tank)......................................
Qty.
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
71
REPLACEMENT PARTS
THIS PAGE
INTENTIONALLY
LEFT BLANK
72
REPLACEMENT PARTS
STEAM TANK HEAT
73
REPLACEMENT PARTS
2
3
5
9 10
8
6
12
6
5
8
9 10
14
11
4
4
3
2
13
5
15
Piping Steam Wash/Rinse w/Bucket
25
16
Piping Steam E2
8
20
23
9
10
18 19
24
21
18
19
26
Piping Condensate E2
36
16
17
21
18
23
38
39
18
37
19
20
19
22
24
Piping Condensate Wash/Rinse
w/Bucket
35
3
3
8
13
5
2
34
9
31
10
4
74
3
12
4
12
29
Figure 42 - Steam Tank Heat
32
12
32
33
13
5
28
30
9 10
2
Piping Steam
Injector
Wash/Rinse
27
8
2
3
Piping Steam Injector E2 (R-L)
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Fig. 42
Item No.
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
28
28
29
29
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
35
35
36
37
38
39
Part
No.
323828
323007
105739
105847
107211
105780
109969
105864
110005
110007
110120
323007
105850
105733
105867
106840
323829
323007
105738
105782
105778
105783
111380
109580
102288
107488
105723
105785
109069
321000
322626
322812
322625
320998
311811
314102
109682
100854
105856
106606
324447
309440
324448
108345
201110
111371
109683
STEAM TANK HEAT
Part Description
Flange Weldment (C3 Section) ..................................................
Flange Weldment (C4 Section) ..................................................
Elbow, Red. 1" NPT x 3/4" NPT BI ..........................................
Nipple Close 1" NPT BI ............................................................
Union Elbow, 1" NPT x 90° Female BI.....................................
Union 1" NPT BI .......................................................................
Nipple, 1" NPT x 3 3/4" LG BI .................................................
Nipple, 1" NPT x 7" LG BI .......................................................
Valve Steam Solenoid (1" Asco)................................................
Repair Kit (1" Asco) ..................................................................
Coil, Solenoid (1" Asco) ............................................................
Flange Weldment (E2 Section) ..................................................
Nipple, 1" NPT x 2" LG BI .......................................................
Elbow, 1" NPT x 90° BI ............................................................
Nipple, 1" NPT x 8 1/2" LB BI .................................................
Nipple, 1" NPT x 9" LG BI .......................................................
Flange Weldment (C3 Section) ..................................................
Flange Weldment (C4 Section) (E2 Section).............................
Elbow, Red. 3/4" NPT x 1/2" NPT BI .......................................
Nipple, Close 1/2" NPT BI ........................................................
Union 1/2" NPT BI ....................................................................
Nipple, 1/2" NPT x 2" LG BI ....................................................
Steam Trap 1/2"..........................................................................
Nipple, 1/2" NPT x 11" LG BI ..................................................
Elbow 1/2" NPT x 90° BI ..........................................................
Nipple, 1/2" NPT x 3 1/2" LG BI ..............................................
Coupling, Red 3/4" NPT x 1/2" NPT BI ...................................
Nipple, 1/2" NPT x 2 1/2" LG BI ..............................................
Thermostat, Control ...................................................................
Cover, Heater Box (C3 Section w/o Refuse Bucket).................
Cover, Heater Box (C4 Section w/o Refuse Bucket).................
Cover, Heater Box (E2 Section w/o Refuse Bucket).................
Heater Box Weld (C4 Section w/o Refuse Bucket)...................
Heater Box Weld (C3 Section w/o Refuse Bucket)...................
Heater Box Weld (E2 Section w/o Refuse Bucket) ...................
Dual Thermostat Box .................................................................
Cover (Box)................................................................................
Valve, Check 1" NPT .................................................................
Nipple, 1" NPT x 4" LG BI .......................................................
Nipple, 1" NPT x 6" LG BI .......................................................
Manifold, Weld Steam Injector (C3 Section) ............................
Manifold, Weld Steam Injector (C4 Section) ............................
Manifold, Weld Steam Injector (E2 Section).............................
Gasket, 3 x 3 x 1/8"....................................................................
Injector, Steam ...........................................................................
Nipple, Toe 1" x 7" SST ............................................................
Flange .........................................................................................
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
A/R
1
1
A/R
75
REPLACEMENT PARTS
5
2
1
10
1
9
4
3
7
8
1
6
4
14
15
11
14
16
19
13
18
14
17
12
26
23
24
25
22
22
20
23
21
21
20
Figure 43
Steam Coils (Low Pressure, Standard/High Pressure, EconoRinse)
76
REPLACEMENT PARTS
LOW PRESSURE STEAM COILS
Fig. 43
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Part
No.
100023
101090
101589
102554
323830
102554
100051
102443
112890
323809
Part Description
Street Elbow 3/4" NPTSST .......................................................
Nipple 3/4" NPT x 3" LG SST .................................................
Nipple 3/4" NPT x 19-3/4" LG SST..........................................
Union 4/4" NPT SST .................................................................
Coil Weldment Steam C3 (Low Pressure) .................................
Union 3/4" NPT SST .................................................................
Nipple 3/4" NPT x Close SST ...................................................
Elbow 3/4" NPT x 90º SST........................................................
Nipple 3/4" NPT x 18-3/4" LG SST..........................................
Coil Weldment Steam C4 (Low Pressure) .................................
Qty.
3
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
STANDARD AND HIGH PRESSURE STEAM COILS
Fig. 43
Item No.
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Part
No.
100023
102554
323862
102443
100959
101558
100051
102554
307384
Part Description
Street Elbow 3/4" NPT SST.......................................................
Union 3/4" NPT SST .................................................................
Coil Weldment Steam (C3 Section, Wash/Rinse)......................
Elbow 3/4" x 90º SST ................................................................
Nipple 3/4" x 1-3/4" SST...........................................................
Nipple 3/4" x 13-3/4" SST.........................................................
Nipple Close 3/4" SST ...............................................................
Union 3/4" NPT SST .................................................................
Coil Weldment Steam (C4 Section, Wash/Rinse)......................
Qty.
3
2
1
3
1
1
1
2
1
ECONORINSE STEAM COILS
Fig. 43
Item No.
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
Part
No.
326855
325629
107999
102506
100051
102554
325545
Part Description
Bracket, Steam Coil Weldment ..................................................
Cap, Steam Coil Bracket............................................................
Cap, Screw 1/4-20 x 1-3/4 Hex Head SST ................................
Plug 3/4" NPT SST ....................................................................
Nipple Close 3/4" NPT SST ......................................................
Union 3/4" NPT SST .................................................................
Coil Weldment Steam (E2 Section, EconoRinse)......................
Qty.
2
2
4
2
2
2
1
77
REPLACEMENT PARTS
1
2
3
4
8
15
16
4
7
4
5
10
13
19
25
24
26
17
14
11
5
12
12
4
20
25
24
22
8
7
18
21
24
11
25
6
24
23
22
21
20
19 25
18
10
Figure 44 - Electric Booster
78
5
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Fig. 44
Item No.
1
—
—
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—
—
2
—
—
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
*12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
24
24
24
24
24
25
25
25
25
25
25
26
Part
No.
109887
109903
108516
109886
109902
108516
113352
113392
113357
107550
109069
110562
110929
107033
107966
110930
103217
102505
305407
111319
107966
100100
107922
104682
102505
106482
100003
108576
107967
106026
111235
111236
111235
111236
111237
111384
111308
111305
111308
111305
108579
111122
109985
ELECTRIC BOOSTER
Part Description
Valve, Solenoid (3/4") ................................................................
Repair Kit, Solenoid Valve (3/4") ..............................................
Coil, Solenoid Valve (3/4") ........................................................
Valve, Solenoid (1/2") (Prior to S/N J1533) ..............................
Repair Kit, Solenoid Valve (1/2") (Prior to S/N J1533) ............
Coil, Solenoid Valve (1/2") (Prior to S/N J1533) ......................
Valve, Solenoid (1/2") (After S/N J1534)..................................
Repair Kit, Solenoid Valve (1/2") (After S/N J1534)................
Coil, Solenoid Valve (1/2") (After S/N J1534)..........................
Valve, Pressure Reducing (3/4") ................................................
Thermostat, Control (one per tank)............................................
Thermostat, High Limit (one per tank)......................................
Box, High Limit Thermostat (one per tank) ..............................
Washer, Flat #10.........................................................................
Nut, Grip (10-32 w/ Nylon Insert) .............................................
Cover, Box, High Limit Thermostat (one per tank) ..................
Connector, Sealtite Elbow (1/2 x 90°) .......................................
Plug, Brass (3/4 NPT) ................................................................
Tank, Booster (Specify Model Number of Machine) ................
Screw (6-32 x 1/2 Truss Head) (two per box) ...........................
Nut, Grip (10-32 w/ Nylon Insert) (two per high limit thermostat).
Screw (8-32 x 1/4 Rhd Head) (two per box) .............................
Box and Cover Assembly, Thermostat (one per tank)...............
Thermometer (2" Stem) .............................................................
Plug, Brass (3/4" NPT) (one per tank).......................................
Washer, Split (1/4") (three per element) ....................................
Nut, Plain (1/4") (three per element) .........................................
Cover, Booster (one per tank) ....................................................
Nut, Grip (1/4-20 w/Nylon Insert) (three per booster cover) ....
Washer, Flat (1/4") (three per booster cover).............................
Element, Booster (5KW, 208V/3PH).........................................
Element, Booster (5KW, 240V/3PH).........................................
Element, Booster (5KW, 380V/3PH) (Connected WYE)..........
Element, Booster (5KW, 415V/3PH) (Connected WYE)..........
Element, Booster (5KW, 480V/3PH).........................................
Element, Booster (5KW, 575V/3PH).........................................
Element, Booster (9KW, 208V/3PH).........................................
Element, Booster (9KW, 240V/3PH).........................................
Element, Booster (9KW, 380V/3PH) (Connected WYE)..........
Element, Booster (9KW, 415V/3PH) (Connected WYE)..........
Element, Booster (9KW, 480V/3PH).........................................
Element, Booster (9KW, 575V/3PH).........................................
O-Ring, Booster Element (one per element) .............................
Qty.
1
1
1
A/R
1
1
A/R
1
1
1
A/R
A/R
A/R
2
2
A/R
1
1
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
79
40
46
45
39
21
38
36 25
19
35
4
14
15
4
5
16
17
13
11
12
10
4
9
6
7
8
4
10
5
4
22
34
3
32
33
37
30
31
8
1
29
19
19
19
2
23
42
19
18
43
19
24
37
23
19
28
41
44
22
22
21
26
19
27
20
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Figure 45 - Steam Booster 70° Rise Standard & Low Pressure
(R-L Direction and Standard Pressure Shown)
80
REPLACEMENT PARTS
STEAM BOOSTER 70° RISE
Fig. 45
Item No.
1
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
—
—
7
8
9
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
—
—
30
31
Part
No.
112310
112355
100981
100983
105847
105881
105780
103586
110005
112344
110007
110120
102402
100123
105764
107004
106789
100979
107657
106607
106051
112353
105881
103586
106583
100184
102521
104649
102444
100571
107550
110768
102392
100128
102657
109887
109903
108516
102442
102470
Part Description
Amtrol Steam Booster #320.......................................................
Plug 2" NPT BI ..........................................................................
Bushing Reducing 2" x 1" BI (Standard Pressure)....................
Bushing Reducing 2" x 1-1/2" BI (Low Pressure) ....................
Nipple, Close 1" NPT BI (Standard Pressure)...........................
Nipple, Close 1-1/2" NPT BI (Low Pressure) ...........................
Union 1" NPT BI (Standard Pressure).......................................
Union 1-1/2" NPTBI (Low Pressure) ........................................
Valve Steam Solenoid 1" (Standard Pressure) ...........................
Valve Steam Solenoid 1-1/2" (Low Pressure)............................
Repair Kit 1" ..............................................................................
Coil, Solenoid 1" ........................................................................
Bushing Red 1/2" x 1/2" NPT BI ..............................................
Cock Gauge 1/4" ........................................................................
Tee Red 1" x 1/2" NPT BI (Standard Pressure).........................
Tee Red 1-1/2" x 1/2" x 1-1/2" NPT BI (Low Pressure) ...........
Nipple 1" x 2-1/2" NPT BI (Standard Pressure)........................
Bushing Red 1-1/2" x 1" NPT BI (Standard Pressure)..............
Tee Red 2" x 1-1/2" NPT BI ......................................................
Nipple Close 2" NPT BI ............................................................
Strainer Line 2" NPT BI ............................................................
Plug 1" NPT BI ..........................................................................
Nipple Close 1-1/2" NPT BI (Standard Pressure) .....................
Union 1-1/2" NPT BI (Standard Pressure) ................................
Bushing Red 2" x 3/4" NPT BI..................................................
Nipple Close 3/4" NPT BI .........................................................
Tee 3/4" NPT Brass....................................................................
Valve Relieve 3/4"......................................................................
Elbow Street 3/4" x 90° Brass ...................................................
Union 3/4" NPT Brass ...............................................................
Pressure Reducing Valve 3/4"....................................................
Strainer Line 3/4" Brass .............................................................
Bushing Red 3/4" x 1/2" Brass ..................................................
Thermostat (Not Shown)............................................................
Nipple 3/4" NPT x 3" LG Brass ................................................
Valve 3/4" ...................................................................................
Repair Kit 3/4" ...........................................................................
Coil, Solenoid.............................................................................
Elbow 3/4" x 90° Brass..............................................................
Nipple 3/4" NPT x 3" LG Brass ................................................
Qty.
1
1
1
1
2
5
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
2
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
81
REPLACEMENT PARTS
STEAM BOOSTER 70° RISE (CONT.)
Fig. 45
Item No.
82
Part
No.
Part Description
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
102525
102388
109879
112341
105731
105803
105779
105841
112339
112359
106498
101061
100583
102504
102526
Tee Red 3/4" x 1/2" x 3/4" NPT Brass ......................................
Bushing Red 1/2" x 1/4" Brass ..................................................
Fitting, Comp 7/8 OD x 3/4" NPT Male Brass .........................
Bushing Red 2" x 3/4" BI ..........................................................
Street Elbow 3/4" x 90° BI ........................................................
Nipple Close 3/4" BI..................................................................
Union 3/4" NPT BI ....................................................................
Nipple 3/4" x 10" BI ..................................................................
Steam Trap 3/4" NPT.................................................................
Tee Red 3/4" x 3/4" x 1" NPT BI ..............................................
Bush Red 2" x 1-1/2" Brass .......................................................
Nipple Close 1-1/4" NPT Brass .................................................
Tee 1-1/4" x 3/4" x 3/4" NPT Brass ..........................................
Plug 1/2" NPT Brass ..................................................................
Tee Red 3/4" x 3/4" x 1/2" NPT Brass ......................................
—
601547
—
601548
—
601549
—
601550
Booster Assembly Complete 70° Rise, 1-1/2" Piping,
R-L Direction, Low Pressure
Booster Assembly Complete 70° Rise, 1-1/2" Piping,
L-R Direction, Low Pressure
Booster Assembly Complete 70° Rise, 1" Piping,
R-L Direction, Standard Pressure
Booster Assembly Complete 70° Rise, 1" Piping,
L-R Direction, Standard Pressure
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
REPLACEMENT PARTS
THIS PAGE
INTENTIONALLY
LEFT BLANK
83
22
20
23
44
43
42
41
26
36
38
34
39
32
33
18
17
15
16
13
14
2
4
6
10
9
12
11
8
7
6
5
48
40 25
20
35
601553
5
49
21
31
20
20
20
11
3
4
41
46
23
2
1
20
45
47
20
24
30
27
19
37
20
21
28
29
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Figure 46 - Steam Booster 40° Rise Standard Pressure, Optional EconoRinse
40° & 70° Rise Low & Standard Pressure
(R-L Direction Shown)
84
REPLACEMENT PARTS
STEAM BOOSTER 40° RISE
Fig. 46
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
—
—
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
—
—
32
33
34
35
36
Part
No.
112308
100979
100134
106789
105733
105847
105780
105851
110005
110007
110120
105764
100123
102402
107657
106607
106051
112353
105881
103586
102399
100184
102521
104649
100571
107550
110768
102444
101061
102392
100128
102657
109887
109903
108516
102442
102470
102525
102388
109879
Part Description
Amtrol Steam Booster #180.......................................................
Bushing Red 1-1/2" x 1" BI.......................................................
Elbow Street 1" x 90° BI ...........................................................
Nipple 1" x 3-1/2" NPT BI ........................................................
Elbow 1" x 90° BI......................................................................
Nipple Close 1" NPT .................................................................
Union 1" NPT BI .......................................................................
Nipple 1" x 2-1/2" NPT BI ........................................................
Valve Steam Solenoid 1"............................................................
Repair Kit 1" ..............................................................................
Coil, Solenoid.............................................................................
Tee Red 1" x 1/2" x 1" NPT BI .................................................
Cock Gauge 1/2" ........................................................................
Bushing Red 1/2" x 1/4" NPT BI...............................................
Tee Red 2" x 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" NPT BI........................................
Nipple Close 2" NPT BI ............................................................
Strainer Line 2" NPT BI ............................................................
Plug 1" NPT BI ..........................................................................
Nipple Close 1-1/2" NPT BI ......................................................
Union 1-1/2" NPT BI .................................................................
Bushing Red 1-1/4" x 3/4" Brass...............................................
Nipple Close 3/4" NPT Brass ....................................................
Tee 3/4" NPT Brass....................................................................
Valve Relief 3/4" ........................................................................
Union 3/4" NPT Brass ...............................................................
Pressure Reducing Valve 3/4"....................................................
Strainer Line 3/4" Brass .............................................................
Elbow Street 3/4" x 90° Brass ...................................................
Nipple Close 1-1/2" NPT Brass .................................................
Bush Red 3/4" x 1/2" Brass .......................................................
Thermostat..................................................................................
Nipple 3/4" NPT x 5" LG Brass ................................................
Valve 3/4" ...................................................................................
Repair Kit 3/4" ...........................................................................
Coil, Solenoid.............................................................................
Elbow 3/4" x 90° Brass..............................................................
Nipple 3/4" NPT x 3" LB Brass ................................................
Tee Red 3/4" x 1/2" x 3/4" NPT Brass ......................................
Bushing Red 1/2" x 1/4" Brass ..................................................
Fitting, Comp 7/8 OD x 3/4" NPT Male Brass .........................
Qty.
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
8
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
85
REPLACEMENT PARTS
STEAM BOOSTER 40° RISE (CONT.)
Fig. 46
Item No.
86
Part
No.
Part Description
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
100583
112349
105783
102288
105782
105778
111380
112359
103465
102504
102526
105856
112748
Tee Red 1-1/4" x 3/4" x 3/4" NPT Brass ...................................
Bushing Red 1-1/2" x 1/2" BI....................................................
Nipple 1/2" x 2" NPT BI............................................................
Elbow 1/2" x 90° BI...................................................................
Nipple Close 1/2" NPT BI .........................................................
Union 1/2" NPT BI ....................................................................
Steam Trap 1/2" NPT.................................................................
Tee Red 3/4" x 3/4" x 1" NPT BI ..............................................
Bushing Red 3/4" x 1/2" NPT BI...............................................
Plug 1/2" NPT Brass ..................................................................
Tee Red 3/4" x 3/4" x 1/2" NPT Brass ......................................
Nipple 1" x 4" NPT BI...............................................................
Nipple 1/2" x 3-3/4" NPT BI .....................................................
—
601554
—
601553
Booster Assembly Complete 40° Rise, 1" Piping,
L-R Direction, Low Pressure & Standard w/EconoRinse,
Standard Pressure UCCW
Booster Assembly Complete 40° Rise, 1" Piping,
R-L Direction, Low Pressure & Standard w/EconoRinse,
Standard Pressure UCCW
Qty.
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
REPLACEMENT PARTS
THIS PAGE
INTENTIONALLY
LEFT BLANK
87
14
15
88
17
16
13
11
12
10
4
9
6
7
8
10
5
4
22
34
35
32
3
601551
37
19
36 25
30
31
33
1
8
38
20
19
39
19
29
19
46
24
40
47
19
44
18
19
43
23
2
37
23
19
42
28
41
19
22
21
20
26
45
22
27
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Figure 47 - Steam Booster 40° Rise Low Pressure – 7 PSI
(R-L Direction Shown)
REPLACEMENT PARTS
STEAM BOOSTER 40° RISE
LOW PRESSURE SYSTEMS ONLY - 7 PSI
Fig. 47
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
—
—
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
—
—
30
31
32
33
34
35
Part
No.
112309
112355
100981
105847
105780
110005
110007
110120
102402
100123
105764
106789
100979
107657
106607
106051
112353
105881
103586
106583
100184
102521
104649
102444
100571
107550
110768
102392
100128
102657
109887
109903
108516
102442
102470
102525
102388
109879
112365
Part Description
Amtrol Steam Booster #260.......................................................
Plug 2" NPT BI ..........................................................................
Bushing Reducing 2" x 1" BI ....................................................
Nipple, Close 1" NPT BI ...........................................................
Union 1" NPT BI .......................................................................
Valve Steam Solenoid 1"............................................................
Repair Kit 1" ..............................................................................
Coil, Solenoid 1" ........................................................................
Bushing Red 1/2" x 1/4" NPT BI...............................................
Cock Gauge 1/4" ........................................................................
Tee Red 1" x 1/2" x 1" NPT BI .................................................
Nipple 1" x 3-1/2" NPT BI ........................................................
Bushing Red 1-1/2" x 1" NPT BI ..............................................
Ree Red 2" x 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" NPT BI .......................................
Nipple Close 2" NPT BI ............................................................
Strainer Line 2" NPT BI ............................................................
Plug 1" NPT BI ..........................................................................
Nipple Close 1-1/2" NPT BI ......................................................
Union 1-1/2" NPT BI .................................................................
Bushing Red 2" x 3/4" NPT Brass.............................................
Nipple Close 3/4" NPT Brass ....................................................
Tee 3/4" NPT Brass....................................................................
Valve Relief 3/4" ........................................................................
Elbow Street 3/4" x 90° Brass ...................................................
Union 3/4" NPT Brass ...............................................................
Pressure Reducing Valve 3/4"....................................................
Strainer Line 3/4" Brass .............................................................
Bushing Red 3/4" x 1/2" Brass ..................................................
Thermostat..................................................................................
Nipple 3/4" NPT x 3" LG Brass ................................................
Steam Solenoid Valve 3/4".........................................................
Repair Kit 3/4" ...........................................................................
Coil, Solenoid.............................................................................
Elbow 3/4" x 90° Brass..............................................................
Nipple 3/4" NPT x 3" LG Brass ................................................
Tee Red 3/4" x 1/2" x 3/4" NPT Brass ......................................
Bushing Red 1/2" x 1/4" Brass ..................................................
Fitting, Comp 7/8 OD x 3/4" NPT Male Brass .........................
Bushing Red 2" x 1/2" BI ..........................................................
Qty.
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
2
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
89
REPLACEMENT PARTS
STEAM BOOSTER 40° RISE (CONT.)
LOW PRESSURE SYSTEMS ONLY - 7 PSI
Fig. 47
Item No.
90
Part
No.
Part Description
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
100147
104782
105778
111306
111380
112359
103465
106498
101061
100583
102504
102526
Street Elbow 1/2" x 90° BI ........................................................
Nipple Close 1/2" BI..................................................................
Union 1/2" NPT BI ....................................................................
Nipple 1/2" x 9-1/2" BI..............................................................
Steam Trap 1/2" NPT.................................................................
Tee Red 3/4" x 3/4" x 1" NPT BI ..............................................
Bush Red 3/4" x 1/2" Brass .......................................................
Bush Red 2" x 1-1/4" Brass .......................................................
Nipple Close 1-1/4" NPT Brass .................................................
Tee 1-1/4" x 3/4" x 3/4" NPT Brass...........................................
Plug 1/2" NPT Brass ..................................................................
Tee Red 3/4" x 3/4" x 1/2" NPT Brass ......................................
—
601551
—
601552
Booster Assembly Complete 40° Rise, 1" Piping,
R-L Direction, Low Pressure
Booster Assembly Complete 70° Rise, 1" Piping,
L-R Direction, Low Pressure
Qty.
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
REPLACEMENT PARTS
THIS PAGE
INTENTIONALLY
LEFT BLANK
91
92
DIN RAIL
24
DRIVE
CONTACTOR
1
25
WASH
CONTACTOR
3
Figure 48 - Control Cabinet
POWER
TRANSFORMER
LINE V:120V
PREWASH
CONTACTOR
2
START
40
RINSE
CONTACTOR
4
7
STOP
43
42
41
27
PUMP
TIMER
26
BLOWER-FRYER
CONTACTOR
6
8
28
DRIVE
MOTOR STARTER
43
45
44
27
FINAL RINSE
TIMER
WARNING!
26
ECONORINSE
CONTACTOR
5
29
CR
120V
30
30
29
47
30
29
CR2
24V
BUSS BAR
29
CR3
24V
30
29
CR4
24V
30
POWER
CONNECTOR
30
34
MANUAL
46
31
29
33
32
AUTOMATIC
29
17
GROUND LUG
DIN RAIL
24
35
TRANSFORMER
120V: 24V
29
BR
120V
16
28
29
CR7
24V
FUSE BLOCK
15
14
30
CR6
24V
BLOWER DRYER
MOTOR STARTER
CR5
24V
12
ECONO RINSE
MOTOR STARTER
11
RINSE
MOTOR STARTER
30
10
WASH
MOTOR STARTER
13
CR1
24V
PREWASH
MOTOR STARTER
9
FUSE BLOCK 1
39
HEAT CONTACTOR 1
19
21
36
38
39
37
HEAT CONTACTOR 3
FUSE BLOCK 2
HEAT CONTACTOR 2
20
HEAT CONTACTOR 4
22
39
FUSE BLOCK 3
HEAT CONTACTOR 5
23
Champion
TERMINAL BLOCK
18
REPLACEMENT PARTS
1R066r01
REPLACEMENT PARTS
CONTROL CABINET
Fig. 48
Item No.
Part
No.
Part Description
Qty.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
7
7
7
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
10
11
11
11
11
12
12
12
12
12
13
13
13
13
108122
108122
108122
108122
108122
108122
110804
110803
110803
110802
110805
110804
110804
110803
112691
110805
110805
112692
110807
110806
110806
110806
110807
110806
110806
110805
110807
110806
110806
110807
110803
110802
110802
110806
110807
110806
110805
110805
110805
111633
111671
111634
111635
Contactor, (Motor) 12A (Drive Motor) ....................................................
Contactor, (Motor) 12A (Prewash Pump Motor) .....................................
Contactor, (Motor) 12A (Wash Pump Motor)..........................................
Contactor, (Motor) 12A (Rinse Pump Motor)..........................................
Contactor, (Motor) 12A (Opt EconoRinse Pump Motor) ........................
Contactor, (Motor) 12A (Opt Steam Blower Dryer Motor).....................
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M07 w/Aux - 1/2HP Drive (208-240V).................
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M06 w/Aux - 1/2HP Drive (380-415V).................
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M06 w/Aux - 1/2HP Drive (480V) ........................
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M05 w/Aux - 1/2HP Drive (575V) ........................
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M08 w/Aux - 1HP Prewash (208-240V) ...............
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M07 w/Aux - 1HP Prewash (380-415V) ...............
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M07 w/Aux - 1HP Prewash (480V).......................
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M06 w/Aux - 1HP Prewash (575V).......................
Overload, Motor Starter - 2HP Prewash (208-240V)...............................
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M08 w/Aux - 2HP Prewash (380-415V) ...............
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M08 w/Aux - 2HP Prewash (480V).......................
Overload, Motor Starter - 2HP Prewash (575V) ......................................
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M14 w/Aux - 3HP Prewash (208-240V) ...............
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M10 w/Aux - 3HP Prewash (380-415V) ...............
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M10 w/Aux - 3HP Prewash (480V).......................
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M08 w/Aux - 3HP Prewash (575V).......................
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M14 w/Aux - 3HP Wash (208-240V)....................
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M10 w/Aux - 3HP Wash (380-415V)....................
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M10 w/Aux - 3HP Wash (480V) ...........................
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M08 w/Aux - 3HP Wash (575V) ...........................
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M14 w/Aux - 3HP Power Rinse (208-240V).........
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M10 w/Aux - 3HP Power Rinse (380-415V).........
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M10 w/Aux - 3HP Power Rinse (480V)................
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M14 w/Aux - 3HP Power Rinse (575V)................
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M06 w/Aux - 1/4HP (Opt EconoRinse)(208-240V) .......
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M05 w/Aux - 1/4HP (Opt EconoRinse)(380-415V) .......
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M05 w/Aux - 1/4HP (Opt EconoRinse)(480V) .............
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M10 w/Aux - 1/4HP (Opt EconoRinse)(575V) .............
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M14 w/Aux - 2HP (Opt Steam Blower Dryer)(208-240V)
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M10 w/Aux - 2HP (Opt Steam Blower Dryer)(380V) .....
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M08 w/Aux - 2HP (Opt Steam Blower Dryer)(415V) .....
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M08 w/Aux - 2HP (Opt Steam Blower Dryer)(480V) .....
Starter Mtr OL GV2-M08 w/Aux - 2HP (Opt Steam Blower Dryer)(575V) .....
Bus Bar, 2 Unit .........................................................................................
Bus Bar, 3 Unit .........................................................................................
Bus Bar, 4 Unit .........................................................................................
Bus Bar, 5 Unit .........................................................................................
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
14
111636
Power Connector, 3 Pole ................................................................
1
93
REPLACEMENT PARTS
CONTROL CABINET (CONT.)
Fig. 48
Item No.
15
16
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
25
25
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
94
Part
No.
111153
111823
111822
111821
103310
103311
111833
109014
111827
111827
111827
111827
111827
111827
111827
111827
111827
111827
110849
107091
109148
111046
112351
112352
111068
111036
111067
304326
107198
108370
104858
111277
180171
106925
108424
108517
100929
180172
180173
180174
180175
180176
180060
180059
180448
Part Description
Fuse Block..................................................................................
Fuse, 6A (208-240V) .................................................................
Fuse, 5A (380-415V) .................................................................
Fuse, 3A .....................................................................................
Wire Lug, Ground (Use with 115A Terminal Block)................
Wire Lug, Ground (Use with 200A or 310A Terminal Block) ..
Block, Terminal (185Amp) ........................................................
Block, Terminal (310Amp) ........................................................
Contactor, (Heat-Electric) 50Amp 3 Pole..................................
Contactor, (Heat-Electric) 60Amp 3 Pole..................................
Contactor, (Heat-Electric) 50Amp 3 Pole..................................
Contactor, (Heat-Electric) 60Amp 3 Pole..................................
Contactor, (Heat-Electric) 50Amp 3 Pole..................................
Contactor, (Heat-Electric) 60Amp 3 Pole..................................
Contactor, (Heat-Electric) 50Amp 3 Pole..................................
Contactor, (Heat-Electric) 60Amp 3 Pole..................................
Contactor, (Heat-Electric) 50Amp 3 Pole..................................
Contactor, (Heat-Electric) 60Amp 3 Pole..................................
Din Rail (Specify Length)..........................................................
Transformer, Control 500VA (208-240V, 480V) .......................
Transformer, Control 500VA (380-415V)..................................
Transformer, Control 500VA (550-575-600V) ..........................
Timer (0-6 Minute) ....................................................................
Socket, Timer .............................................................................
Relay, 120 Vac............................................................................
Socket, Relay (One per relay)....................................................
Relay, 24 Vac..............................................................................
Bracket, Switch ..........................................................................
Switch, Toggle (Bypass) ............................................................
Washer, Lock..............................................................................
Nameplate (Automatic/Overload) ..............................................
Transformer, Control (120V to 24V) .........................................
Fuse Block 600V (35Amp to 60Amp).......................................
Fuse Block 600V (25Amp to 30Amp).......................................
Fuse Block 600V (70Amp to 100Amp).....................................
Fuse 25Amp (ATMR) ................................................................
Fuse 30Amp (ATMR) ................................................................
Fuse 35Amp (Class J) ................................................................
Fuse 40Amp (Class J) ................................................................
Fuse 45Amp (Class J) ................................................................
Fuse 50Amp (Class J) ................................................................
Fuse 60Amp (Class J) ................................................................
Fuse 70Amp (Class T) ...............................................................
Fuse 80Amp (Class T) ...............................................................
Fuse 90Amp (Class T) ...............................................................
Qty.
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
1
1
1
1
1
1
A/R
A/R
1
1
1
1
1
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
REPLACEMENT PARTS
CONTROL CABINET (CONT.)
Fig. 48
Item No.
Part
No.
Part Description
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
180042
111980
111614
111617
113140
111615
111616
107351
111597
Fuse 100Amp .............................................................................
Power Switch/Circuit Breaker 5Amp.........................................
Pushbutton Start (Green)............................................................
Contact Block (NO) ...................................................................
Boot, Silcone, Pushbutton (Beginning w/Serial J1364).............
Pushbutton Stop (Red) ...............................................................
Contact Block (NC) ...................................................................
Optional Toggle Switch..............................................................
Decal...........................................................................................
—
—
900725
900726
Kit*Pushbutton Green NO (includes items 41, 42, 43)
Kit*Pushbutton Red NC (includes items 43, 44, 45)
Qty.
A/R
1
1
1
A/R
1
1
1
1
**SPECIAL NOTE:
Heat Contactors, Fuse Blocks, and Fuses depend on the Electric Heat Options installed.
Refer to Figure 55 — UC Electric Tank Heat.
The Data Tables list: Recommended Contactor Amp Rating
Required Fuse Rating
Total Tank Heater Kilowatts
95
REPLACEMENT PARTS
3
2
FUSE BLOCK 1
GROUND LUG
7
10
8
6
CONTACTOR
1
HEAT CONTACTOR 1
BLOWER DRYER
MOTOR STARTER
TERMINAL BLOCK
5
9
END STOP
DIN RAIL
4
Electric Blower Dryer Control Cabinet
Steam
Electric
16
15
11
14
17
12
Note:
Steam Blower Dryer Electrical
Control Components are located in
Main Control Cabinet.
(See Figure 48, Page 89 for Parts)
Figure 49 - Blower Dryer (Optional)
96
REPLACEMENT PARTS
OPTIONAL BLOWER DRYER (BDS)
Fig. 49
Item No.
Part
No.
1
2
2
2
2
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
5
6
7
7
7
7
8
9
10
—
—
—
—
11
108272
111231
103210
105514
105514
108424
180171
108448
180059
180176
180174
180172
204558
108122
110807
110806
110805
110805
110912
110900
103310
108338
108339
108340
111138
101201
11
111830
11
180234
11
112111
12
13
—
—
14
111380
109887
109903
108516
110150
14
410865
15
16
—
17
204788
204787
109987
108335
Part Description
Qty.
Terminal Block.....................................................................................
1
Contactor, (Heat-Electric) 75A 3 Pole (208-240V/3PH).....................
1
Contactor, (Heat-Electric) 60A 3 Pole (380-415V/3PH).....................
1
Contactor, (Heat-Electric) 50A 3 Pole (480V/3PH)............................
1
Contactor, (Heat-Electric) 50A 3 Pole (575V/3PH)............................
1
Block, Fuse 600V (100Amp) (208-240V/3PH)...................................
1
Block, Fuse 600V (60Amp) (380-415, 480, 575V/3PH).....................
1
Fuse 90A (JJN Class T) (208V/3PH) ..................................................
3
Fuse 80A (JJN Class T) (240V/3PH) ..................................................
3
Fuse 60A (A4J) (380-415V/3PH) ........................................................
3
Fuse 45A (A4J) (480V/3PH) ...............................................................
3
Fuse 35A (A4J) (575V/3PH) ...............................................................
3
Din Rail ................................................................................................
1
Contactor, (Motor) 12A w/ Aux Switch (All Voltages)......................
1
Starter, Mtr OL GV2-M14 w/Aux - 2HP (208-240V/60/3PH) ...........
1
Starter, Mtr OL GV2-M10 w/Aux - 2HP (380-415V/60/3PH) ...........
1
Starter, Mtr OL GV2-M08 w/Aux - 2HP (480V/60/3PH) ..................
1
Starter, Mtr OL GV2-M08 w/Aux - 2HP (575V/60/3PH) ..................
1
Block, Terminal 115A..........................................................................
3
End Stop ...............................................................................................
2
Wire Lug, Ground ................................................................................
1
Element, Heater (25KW, 208V/60/3PH) .............................................
1
Element, Heater (25KW, 240V/60/3PH) .............................................
1
Element, Heater (25KW, 480V/60/3PH) .............................................
1
Element, Heater (25KW, 575V/60/3PH) .............................................
1
Motor, Blower 2HP (208-240/480V/60/3PH) (Steam or Electric)
(Prior to S/N 87550).............................................................................
1
Motor, Blower 2HP (208-240/480V/60/3PH) (Steam or Electric)
(Beginning with S/N 87550) ................................................................
1
Motor, Blower 2HP (575V/60/3PH) (Steam or Electric)
(Prior to S/N 87550)..............................................................................
1
Motor, Blower 2HP (575V/60/3PH) (Steam or Electric)
(Beginning with S/N 87550)......................................................................
1
Trap, Steam ..........................................................................................
1
Valve, Solenoid (3/4")..........................................................................
1
Repair Kit, Solenoid Valve (3/4")........................................................
1
Coil, Solenoid Valve (3/4")..................................................................
1
Housing Assy, Blower (Steam or Electric) (Prior to S/N 87550)..........
1
Includes:
1 P/N 112032 Inlet Cone
1 P/N 112035 Pedestal, Drive
1
112033 Housing Assy
1
112110 Inlet Cone, Shoulder
1
112034 Upper Drive, Side 1
111992 Impeller
1
Housing Assy, Blower (Steam or Electric) (Beginning with S/N 87550)
Includes:
1 P/N 112032 Inlet Cone
1 P/N 112035 Pedestal
1
112033 Housing Assy
1
111831 Impeller
1
112034 Upper Drive, Side
Wheel, Blower (Clockwise) (R-L install) (Steam or Electric) .............
A/R
Wheel, Blower (CCW) (L-R install) (Steam or Electric) .....................
A/R
Coil, Steam (Not Shown) .....................................................................
1
Thermostat............................................................................................
1
97
98
Figure 50 - Control Panel, Electric Booster
6
Fuse Block 1
Contactor
#2
Contactor
#1
6
7
8
Contactor
#3
Fuse Block 2
4 5
7
8
7
8
6
Fuse Block 3
4 5
Contactor
#4
7
8
4 5
Contactor
#6
7
8
6
Fuse Block 4
4 5
Contactor
#5
7
8
2
1
3
REPLACEMENT PARTS
REPLACEMENT PARTS
CONTROL PANEL, ELECTRIC BOOSTER
Fig. 50
Item No.
1
1
2
2
3
4
5
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
7
8
9
Part
No.
109014
111833
103311
103310
110920
108424
180171
180243
180172
180173
180174
180175
180176
180060
180059
108448
180042
111827
111827
111231
Part Description
Qty.
Block, Terminal 310A (208-240V/3PH)....................................
Block, Terminal 185A (380, 415, 480, 575V/3PH)...................
Wire Lug, Ground (208-240V/3PH) ..........................................
Wire Lug, Ground (380, 415, 480, 575V/3PH) .........................
Connector, Sealtite .....................................................................
Block, Fuse 600V (100Amp) (208-240, 380, 415, 480 575V/3PH) ....
Block, Fuse 600V (60Amp) (208-240, 380, 415, 480 575V/3PH) ......
Fuse 25A (Class J) .....................................................................
Fuse 35A (Class J) .....................................................................
Fuse 40A (Class J) .....................................................................
Fuse 45A (Class J) .....................................................................
Fuse 50A (Class J) .....................................................................
Fuse 60A (Class J) .....................................................................
Fuse 70A (Class T) ....................................................................
Fuse 80A (Class T) ....................................................................
Fuse 90A (Class T) ....................................................................
Fuse 100A (Class T) ..................................................................
Contactor, (Heat-Electric) 60A 3 Pole.......................................
Contactor, (Heat-Electric) 50A 3 Pole.......................................
Contactor, (Heat-Electric) 75A 3 Pole.......................................
1
1
1
1
1
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
Refer to the Charts below for the Booster Cabinet Components for the 57KW, 63KW, 72KW
and 81KW Electric Boosters.
57KW Booster 208V
57KW Booster 240V
Component
Rating
P/N
Contactor #1, 3
Contactor #2
Fuse Block #1,2,3,4
Fuses for (Block #1)
Fuses for (Block #2)
Fuses for (Block #4)
60A
50A
60A
60A
45A
35A
111827
111827
180171
180176
180174
180172
Component
Rating
P/N
Component
Rating
P/N
Contactor #1
Contactor #3
Fuse Block #1, 3
Fuses for (Block #1)
Fuses for (Block #3)
60A
50A
60A
45A
45A
111827
111827
180171
180174
180176
Contactor #1
Contactor #3
Fuse Block #1, 3
Fuses for (Block #1)
Fuses for (Block #3)
60A
60A
60A
60A
60A
111827
111827
180171
180176
180176
57KW Booster 380V
Component
Contactor #1, 3
Contactor #2
Fuse Block #1,2,3,4
Fuses for (Block #1,3)
Fuses for (Block #2)
Fuses for (Block #4)
Rating
P/N
60A
50A
60A
60A
45A
35A
111827
111827
180171
180176
180174
180172
57KW Booster 380V
99
REPLACEMENT PARTS
CONTROL PANEL, ELECTRIC BOOSTER (CONT.)
57KW Booster 480V
57KW Booster 575V
Component
Rating
P/N
Component
Rating
P/N
Contactor #1
Contactor #3
Fuse Block #1, 3
Fuses for (Block #1)
Fuses for (Block #3)
60A
50A
60A
45A
45A
111827
111827
180171
180174
180174
Contactor #1
Contactor #3
Fuse Block #1, 2
Fuses for (Block #1)
Fuses for (Block # )
50A
50A
60A
40A
35A
111827
111827
180171
180173
180172
Rating
P/N
60A
50A
100A
70A
100A
111827
111827
108424
180060
180042
Rating
P/N
Component
Rating
P/N
50A
60A
60A
45A
60A
111827
111827
180171
180174
180176
Contactor #1, 2
Contactor #3
Fuse Block #1, 2, 3
Fuses for (Block #1)
Fuses for (Block #3)
50A
60A
60A
35A
60A
111827
111827
180171
180172
180176
Component
Rating
P/N
Component
Rating
P/N
Contactor #1
Contactor #3
Fuse Block #1, 3
Fuses for (Block #1)
Fuses for (Block #3)
60A
50A
60A
60A
50A
111827
111827
180171
180176
180175
Contactor #1
Contactor #3
Fuse Block #1, 3
Fuses for (Block #1)
Fuses for (Block #3)
50A
50A
60A
45A
35A
111827
111827
180171
180174
180172
Rating
P/N
75A
60A
100A
90A
45A
60A
111231
111827
108424
108448
180174
180171
63KW Booster 208V
Component
Contactor #1, 2, 3
Contactor #4
Fuse Block #1, 2
Fuses for (Block #1,2)
Fuses for (Block #3)
63KW Booster 240V
63KW Booster 380V
Component
Contactor #1, 2
Contactor #3
Fuse Block #1, 2
Fuses for (Block #1,2)
Fuses for (Block #3)
100
P/N
60A
50A
100A
70A
90A
111827
111827
108424
180060
108448
63KW Booster 575V
72KW Booster 208V
Contactor #1, 3
Contactor #2, 4
Fuse Block #1, 3
Fuses for (Block #1,3)
Fuses for (Block #2,4)
Fuses for (Block #2,4)
Rating
63KW Booster 415V
63KW Booster 480V
Component
Component
Contactor #1, 2, 3
Contactor #4
Fuse Block #1, 2
Fuses for (Block #1,2)
Fuses for (Block #3)
72KW Booster 240V
Component
Contactor #1, 3
Contactor #2, 4
Fuse Block #1, 3
Fuses for (Block #1)
Fuses for (Block #2,4)
Fuses for (Block #2,4)
Rating
P/N
75A
50A
100A
80A
40A
60A
111231
111827
108424
180059
180173
180171
REPLACEMENT PARTS
CONTROL PANEL, ELECTRIC BOOSTER (CONT.)
72KW Booster 380V
Component
72KW Booster 415V
Rating
P/N
50A
50A
60A
45A
25A
111827
111827
180171
180176
180243
Component
Rating
P/N
Component
Rating
P/N
Contactor #1
Contactor #3
Fuse Block #1, 3
Fuses for (Block #1)
Fuses for (Block #3)
60A
60A
60A
60A
60A
111827
111827
180171
180176
180176
Contactor #1
Contactor #3
Fuse Block #1, 3
Fuses for (Block #1)
Fuses for (Block #3)
50A
50A
60A
50A
50A
111827
111827
180171
180175
180175
Rating
P/N
60A
50A
100A
100A
100A
111827
111827
108424
180042
180042
Rating
P/N
60A
60A
60A
60A
60A
111827
111827
180171
180176
180176
Rating
P/N
50A
50A
60A
50A
50A
111827
111827
180171
180175
180175
Contactor #1, 2
Contactor #3, 4
Fuse Block #1,2,3,4
Fuses for (Block #1,2)
Fuses for (Block #2,4)
72KW Booster 380V
Contactor #1, 3, 5
Contactor #2, 4, 6
Fuse Block #1, 2, 3
Fuses for (Block #1,2)
Fuses for (Block #3)
Contactor #1, 3
Contactor #5
Fuse Block #1,2, 3
Fuses for (Block #1,2)
Fuses for (Block #3)
Contactor #1, 3
Contactor #5
Fuse Block #1, 2, 3
Fuses for (Block #1,2)
Fuses for (Block #3)
111827
111827
180171
180176
180243
Component
Contactor #1, 3, 5
Contactor #2, 4, 6
Fuse Block #1, 2, 3
Fuses for (Block #1,2)
Fuses for (Block #3)
Rating
P/N
60A
50A
100A
90A
90A
111827
111827
108424
108448
108448
81KW Booster 415V
81KW Booster 480V
Component
P/N
50A
50A
60A
45A
25A
81KW Booster 240V
81KW Booster 380V
Component
Rating
72KW Booster 575V
81KW Booster 280V
Component
Component
Contactor #1, 2
Contactor #3, 4
Fuse Block #1,2,3,4
Fuses for (Block #1,3)
Fuses for (Block #2,4)
Component
Contactor #1, 3
Contactor #5
Fuse Block #1, 2, 3
Fuses for (Block #1,2)
Fuses for (Block #3)
Rating
P/N
60A
60A
60A
60A
60A
111827
111827
180171
180176
180176
81KW Booster 575V
Component
Contactor #1, 3
Contactor #5
Fuse Block #1, 2, 3
Fuses for (Block #1,2)
Fuses for (Block #3)
Rating
P/N
50A
50A
60A
35A
35A
111827
111827
180171
180172
180172
101
APPENDIXES
APPENDIXES
102
APPENDIXES
APPENDIX A
EconoRinse Section (E2)
—
This Option is for the UC-CW only. The EconoRinse section is installed between the
power rinse section and the unload section. It is designed to capture and recirculate the
final rinse water one additional time before it is used in the rest of the machine. The
section measures 2 feet in length and is equipped with a 1/4-HP pump motor. Machines
equipped with the EconoRinse section carry the model number UC-CW-WS. The WS
stands for Water Saver.
Curtain Location
—
The E2 section contains one curtain located in the center of the section.
The curtain measures 32" X 10" and hangs from hooks located in the top of the hood.
EconoRinse Spray Pipes
—
Two quick-release stainless steel spray pipes, (upper and lower) are located at the entrance
end of the E2 section. The spray pipes have removable caps for fast cleaning.
Tank Heat
—
The E2 tank heat options are available in either electric or steam.
Electric tank heat uses a single 15KW heater element.
Steam tank heat uses a steam coil or injector.
THE PROPER TANK HEAT TEMPERATURE SETTING IS 170°F.
Operation
—
The EconoRinse 1/4 HP Recirculating Pump runs ONLY when the final rinse operates.
1.
Flip the main power switch on the front of the control cabinet to “ON.”
The Red light will illuminate.
2.
Press the Green start button.
The conveyor belt will begin to move.
3.
Place an object on the conveyor belt.
When an object on the belt enters the tunnel at the load end of the machine it breaks the
electric eye beam.
- The prewash, wash, and power rinse pumps run.
- The E2 pump DOES NOT run at this time.
4.
The Final Rinse Timer controls the operation of the E2 1/4HP pump.
- As an object on the conveyor nears the EconoRinse section the Final Rinse Timer times out.
- The EconoRinse pump will run. The final rinse will operate as well.
5.
The EconoRinse pump will stop at the same time as the final rinse. In addition,
- If the conveyor shut-off shelf is moved to the OFF position, the E2 pump will stop.
When the shut-off shelf is returned to the ON position, the E2 pump will run until the
final rinse stops.
6.
If the Electric Eye Bypass Switch located inside the main control cabinet is placed in the
Manual position, the E2 pump will run constantly along with the other pumps whenever
the Green start button is operated.
103
APPENDIXES
APPENDIX B
Door Safety Switch and Magnet Mounting
Beginning with serial number 87589 and above, the upright conveyor door safety switch
magnets will be installed on the inside edge of the door.
The door safety magnetic reed switch will be mounted on the outside of the machine
behind a redesigned cover close to the door safety switch magnet.
Refer to Fig. 1 and the parts list below for the component parts.
Item No.
Part No.
Description
Qty.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
319991-2
111478
108954
111090
319993
111026
100007
106486
Cover, door safety magnetic reed switch
Bolt (10-32 X 1/2 Hex hd)
Nut, grip (6-32 w/nylon insert)
Switch, magnetic reed
Plate, cover mounting
Magnet, door safety switch
Screw (10-32 X 3/8 Truss hd)
Washer, lock (10-32 split)
1
1
6
1
1
1
2
2
5
4
3
3
1
2
Figure 1- Door Safety Switch and Magnet
104
7
8
6
4
APPENDIXES
APPENDIX C
Cross-flow Elbow Adjustments
The cross flow elbows are placed in the tanks to control the flow of water from one tank to
another. Common symptoms of improper cross flow elbow adjustments are:
• Heat loss in one or more tanks
• Low water in a tank
• Excessive soap consumption in wash
tank(s).
DO NOT position an elbow as shown in
diagrams A and B to the right because:
A- an elbow pointing straight-up will
direct too much cross flow water to
the drain and,
B- an elbow turned completely on its side
will direct too much cross flow water
to the next tank.
B
A
DO NOT POSITION ELBOW THIS WAY
Making the Cross flow Adjustment
• Refer to diagrams C and D at right.
Diagram C shows a single cross flow elbow
and a cross flow pipe in the tank.
Diagram D shows two cross flow elbows
and no crossflow pipe.
Cross flow pipe
• Crossflow Charts 1, 2, 3, and 4 on the next
pages show the elbow locations.
Drain all tanks and match your machine
with one of the charts.
• Next, identify the correct tank, then
identify the elbow to adjust.The symbol
for the elbow looks like this
. Note
the arrow showing a dimension for each
elbow on the chart.
Cross flow elbow
X
Tank bottom
C
• The dimension on the chart is the same
dimension referred to as (x) in diagram C
and D at right.
• Go to the machine and measure from the
bottom of the tank to the INSIDE lip of the
elbow. Turn the elbow until (x) matches
the dimension given in the chart for the
appropriate tank.
X
• Adjustment is complete.
D
Cross flow X
elbow
Tank bottom
105
APPENDIXES
APPENDIX C
(cont.)
Chart 1:
Tube welded in tank
10-5/8"
8-1/2"
Tube welded in tank
9"
10-1/2"
ECONO-RINSE
11" OVERFLOW
PREWASH W/BUCKET
7 3/4" OVERFLOW
WASH W/BUCKET
9" OVERFLOW
Tube welded in tank
10-5/8"
8-1/2"
RINSE W/BUCKET
9 1/2" OVERFLOW
Tube welded in tank
9-1/2"
10-1/2"
RINSE W/O BUCKET
10" OVERFLOW
PREWASH W/BUCKET
7 3/4" OVERFLOW
WASH W/BUCKET
9" OVERFLOW
Tube welded in tank
10-5/8"
ECONO-RINSE
11" OVERFLOW
9"
Tube welded in tank
9-1/2"
10-1/2"
WASH W/O BUCKET
9 1/2" OVERFLOW
PREWASH W/BUCKET
7 3/4" OVERFLOW
106
RINSE W/O BUCKET
10" OVERFLOW
ECONO-RINSE
11" OVERFLOW
APPENDIXES
APPENDIX C
(cont.)
Chart 2:
Tube welded in tank
9"
8-1/2"
PREWASH W/BUCKET
7 3/4" OVERFLOW
9-1/8"
WASH W/BUCKET
9" OVERFLOW
RINSE W/BUCKET
9 1/2" OVERFLOW
Tube welded in tank
9-1/2"
8-1/2"
9-5/8"
RINSE W/O BUCKET
10" OVERFLOW
PREWASH W/BUCKET
7 3/4" OVERFLOW
WASH W/BUCKET
9" OVERFLOW
Tube welded in tank
9-1/2"
9"
WASH W/O BUCKET
9 1/2" OVERFLOW
9-5/8"
RINSE W/O BUCKET
10" OVERFLOW
PREWASH W/BUCKET
7 3/4" OVERFLOW
107
APPENDIXES
APPENDIX C
(cont.)
Chart 3:
Tube welded in tank
9"
8-1/2"
9-1/8"
ECONO-RINSE
11" OVERFLOW
PREWASH W/BUCKET
7 3/4" OVERFLOW
WASH W/BUCKET
9" OVERFLOW
RINSE W/BUCKET
9 1/2" OVERFLOW
Tube welded in tank
9-1/2"
8-1/2"
9-5/8"
RINSE W/OUTBUCKET
10" OVERFLOW
PREWASH W/BUCKET
7 3/4" OVERFLOW
ECONO-RINSE
11" OVERFLOW
WASH W/BUCKET
9" OVERFLOW
Tube welded in tank
9-1/2"
9"
RINSE W/OUT BUCKET
9-1/2" OVERFLOW
PREWASH W/BUCKET
7 3/4" OVERFLOW
108
9-5/8"
RINSE W/OUT BUCKET
10" OVERFLOW
ECONO-RINSE
11" OVERFLOW
WIRING DIAGRAMS
WIRING DIAGRAMS
109
Figure 51 - Electric Booster - 57 KW
109
9KW
110
9KW
110
113
114
115
TOTAL
118
112
9KW
113
114
115
12KW
116
9KW
117
27KW
TOTAL
118
9KW
119
Y CONNECTION 380/415V ONLY
27KW
119
120
120
121
121
122
123
124
9KW
122
9KW
123
124
125
9KW
9KW
125
126
126
FUSE BLOCK 1
CONTACTOR 1
12KW
117
L1 L2 L3
FUSE BLOCK 2
CONTACTOR 2
9KW
116
L1 L2 L3
FUSE BLOCK 3
CONTACTOR 3
112
111
111
L1 L2 L3
FUSE BLOCK 4
CONTACTOR 4
110
TOTAL
30KW
TOTAL
30KW
109
L1 L2 L3
208V
240V
380V
415V
480V
575V
30KW
1
50A
1
40A
KW/CANISTER 30KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE
CANISTER 1
30KW
1
50A
1
45A
KW/CANISTER 30KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE
CANISTER 1
30KW
1
60A
1
60A
KW/CANISTER 30KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE
CANISTER 1
30KW
1
60A
1
60A
KW/CANISTER 30KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE
CANISTER 1
18KW
1
60A
1
60A
KW/CANISTER 30KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE
CANISTER 1
18KW
1
60A
1
60A
KW/CANISTER 30KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE
CANISTER 1
12KW
2
50A
2
45A
12KW
2
50A
2
45A
208V
240V
380V
415V
480V
575V
9KW
4
50A
3
35A
9KW
4
50A
3
35A
B701357/A
27KW
3
50A
3
35A
KW/CANISTER 27KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE
CANISTER 2
27KW
3
50A
3
45A
KW/CANISTER 27KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE
CANISTER 2
27KW
3
60A
3
60A
KW/CANISTER 27KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE
CANISTER 2
27KW
3
60A
3
60A
KW/CANISTER 27KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE
CANISTER 2
18KW
3
60A
3
60A
KW/CANISTER 27KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE
CANISTER 2
18KW
3
60A
3
60A
KW/CANISTER 27KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE
CANISTER 2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
TOTAL
36KW
TOTAL
36KW
109
109
9KW
110
9KW
110
112
111
109
111
L1 L2 L3
FUSE BLOCK 1
CONTACTOR 1
9KW
110 114
9KW
113 114
115
117
TOTAL
27KW
118
117
18KW
116
TOTAL
27KW
118
120
18KW
119
120
18KW
119
L1 L2 L3
Y CONNECTION 380/415V ONLY
18KW
116
115
L1 L2 L3
FUSE BLOCK 2
CONTACTOR 2
FUSE BLOCK 3
CONTACTOR 3
121
123
123
9KW
122
9KW
122
121
KW/CANISTER
CANISTER 1
VOLTAGE
575V
KW /CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
KW/CANISTER
CANISTER 1
VOLTAGE
480V
KW /CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
KW/CANISTER
CANISTER 1
VOLTAGE
415V
KW /CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
KW/CANISTER
CANISTER 1
VOLTAGE
380V
KW /CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
KW/CANISTER
CANISTER 1
VOLTAGE
240V
KW /CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
KW/CANISTER
CANISTER 1
VOLTAGE
208V
KW /CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
CONTACTOR 4
36KW
1
50A
1
45A
36KW
36KW
1
60A
1
60A
36KW
18KW
1
50A
1
35A
36KW
18KW
1
50A
1
45A
36KW
18KW
1
60A
1
70A
36KW
18KW
1
60A
1
70A
36KW
18KW
2
50A
2
35A
18KW
2
50A
2
45A
18KW
2
60A
2
70A
18KW
2
60A
2
70A
KW/CANISTER
CANISTER 1
VOLTAGE
575V
KW /CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
KW/CANISTER
CANISTER 2
VOLTAGE
480V
KW /CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
KW/CANISTER
CANISTER 2
VOLTAGE
415V
KW /CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
KW/CANISTER
CANISTER 2
VOLTAGE
380V
KW /CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
KW/CANISTER
CANISTER 2
VOLTAGE
240V
KW /CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
KW/CANISTER
CANISTER 2
VOLTAGE
208V
KW /CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
27KW
3
50A
3
35A
36KW
27KW
3
50A
3
50A
27KW
27KW
3
60A
3
60A
27KW
27KW
3
60A
3
60A
27KW
18KW
3
60A
3
90A
27KW
18KW
3
60A
3
100A
36KW
9KW
4
50A
9KW
4
50A
WIRING DIAGRAMS
Figure 52 - Electric Booster - 63 KW
111
Figure 53 - Electric Booster - 72 KW
109
9KW
110
9KW
110
L2
111
111
L3
FUSE BLOCK 1
112
112
CONTACTOR 1
9KW
113
9KW
113
114
114
115
115
9KW
116
9KW
116
117
117
118
TOTAL
27KW
TOTAL
27KW
118
L2
120
L3
121
9KW
122
123
9KW
119
120
121
9KW
122
123
Y CONNECTION 380/415V ONLY
9KW
119
L1
FUSE BLOCK 2
CONTACTOR 3
124
124
9KW
9KW
125
125
126
126
TOTAL
27KW
TOTAL
18KW
127
127
L2
9KW
128
9KW
128
L1
129
129
L3
FUSE BLOCK 3
130
130
CONTACTOR 5
112
TOTAL
27KW
TOTAL
27KW
109
L1
9KW
131
9KW
131
132
132
27KW
1,3
60A
1,2
60A
480V
575V
27KW
1,3
50A
1,2
35A
KW/CANISTER 1,2 27KW
27KW
1,3
50A
1,2
50A
KW/CANISTER 1,2 27KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE
CANISTER
415V
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE
CANISTER
27KW
1,3
60A
1,2
60A
KW/CANISTER 1,2 27KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE
CANISTER
380V
KW/CANISTER 1,2 27KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE
CANISTER
18KW
1,3
60A
1,2
90A
KW/CANISTER 1,2 27KW
240V
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE
CANISTER
18KW
1,3
60A
1,2
100A
KW/CANISTER 1,2 27KW
208V
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE
CANISTER
9KW
2,4
50A
9KW
2,4
50A
18KW
5
60A
3
70A
18KW
5
60A
3
70A
18KW
5
50A
3
45A
18KW
5
50A
3
35A
18KW
5
50A
3
35A
18KW
5
50A
3
25A
B700847/B
/
/ 3 18KW
/
/ 3 18KW
/
/ 3 18KW
/
/ 3 18KW
/
/ 3 18KW
/
/ 3 18KW
WIRING DIAGRAMS
CONTACTOR 4
CONTACTOR 2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
Figure 54 - Electric Booster - 81 KW
113
WIRING DIAGRAMS
2T, 3T, 4T WITH W AND R SECTIONS
20KW WASH HEAT
2T, 3T, 4T WITH W AND R SECTIONS
25KW OR 30KW RINSE HEAT
DELTA CONNECTION
VOLTAGE 208-220V
TOTAL KW
30KW
20KW
1
60A
1
100A
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
25KW
15KW
1
60A
1
90A
10KW
2
50A
30KW
20KW
1
60A
1
90A
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 380V
TOTAL KW
25KW
15KW
1
60A
1
80A
10KW
2
50A
VOLTAGE 230-240V
TOTAL KW
10KW
2
50A
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 415V
TOTAL KW
VOLTAGE 415V
TOTAL KW
25KW
25KW
1
50A
1
45A
VOLTAGE 480V
TOTAL KW
VOLTAGE 480V
TOTAL KW
VOLTAGE 575V
TOTAL KW
25KW
25KW
1
50A
1
45A
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
L1
L2
DELTA CONNECTION
20KW
20KW
3
50A
2
30A
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
L1
L3
FB1
L2
L3
FB2
HC2
HC1
58
61
59
60
HC3
64
62
63
HC4
52
65
55
53
66
TOTAL
56
54
57
TOTAL
25KW
10KW
5KW
10KW
30KW
10KW
10KW
10KW
20KW
10KW
10KW
ER
ECONO RINSE
R
RINSE TANK
FB-
FUSE BLOCK
T
MACHINE TANK
HC-
HEAT CONTACTOR
W
WASH TANK
PW
PREWASH TANK
Figure 55 - Electric Tank Heat
114
DELTA CONNECTION
VOLTAGE 575V
TOTAL KW
25KW
25KW
1
50A
1
35A
WYE CONNECTION
(NOT SHOWN)
20KW
20KW
3
50A
2
35A
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
DELTA CONNECTION
30KW
30KW
1
50A
1
45A
WYE CONNECTION
(NOT SHOWN)
20KW
20KW
3
50A
2
45A
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
DELTA CONNECTION
30KW
30KW
1
50A
1
45A
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
10KW
4
50A
20KW
20KW
3
50A
2
45A
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
WYE CONNECTION (NOT SHOWN)
30KW
30KW
1
60A
1
60A
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
DELTA CONNECTION
VOLTAGE 380V
TOTAL KW
25KW
25KW
1
60A
1
60A
10KW
4
50A
20KW
10KW
3
50A
2
70A
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
WYE CONNECTION (NOT SHOWN)
30KW
30KW
1
60A
1
60A
20KW
10KW
3
50A
2
70A
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
10KW
2
50A
DELTA CONNECTION
VOLTAGE 230-240V
TOTAL KW
DELTA CONNECTION
VOLTAGE 208-220V
TOTAL KW
WIRING DIAGRAMS
2T, 3T, 4T WITH ER SECTIONS
15KW ECONO-RINSE HEAT
VOLTAGE 208-220V
TOTAL KW
1T, 2T WITH W WITH OR WITHOUT PW
40KW WASH HEAT
DELTA CONNECTION
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 230-240V
TOTAL KW
15KW
15KW
5
60A
3
60A
VOLTAGE 380V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 415V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 480V
TOTAL KW
15KW
15KW
5
50A
3
50A
15KW
15KW
5
50A
3
35A
15KW
15KW
5
50A
3
35A
VOLTAGE 575V
TOTAL KW
WYE CONNECTION
(NOT SHOWN)
WYE CONNECTION
(NOT SHOWN)
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
L1
L2
VOLTAGE 380V
TOTAL KW
WYE CONNECTION (NOT SHOWN)
DELTA CONNECTION
VOLTAGE 575V
TOTAL KW
DELTA CONNECTION
L1
HC5
HC1
L2
TOTAL
L1
L2
L3
FB2
HC2
HC3
55
53
72
15KW
3
50A
2
25A
L3
52
71
15KW
3
50A
2
35A
40KW
25KW
1
50A
1
35A
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
FB1
15KW
3
50A
2
35A
40KW
25KW
1
50A
1
45A
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
FB3
15KW
3
50A
2
35A
40KW
25KW
1
50A
1
45A
VOLTAGE 480V
TOTAL KW
70
15KW
WYE CONNECTION (NOT SHOWN)
VOLTAGE 415V
TOTAL KW
L3
15KW
3
60A
2
70A
10KW
2
50A
1
40KW
25KW
1
60A
1
60A
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
DELTA CONNECTION
15KW
3
60A
2
70A
10KW
2
50A
1
DELTA CONNECTION
40KW
15KW
1
60A
1
80A
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
15KW
15KW
5
50A
3
35A
15KW
15KW
5
50A
3
25A
VOLTAGE 230-240V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
DELTA CONNECTION
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
40KW
15KW
1
60A
1
90A
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
DELTA CONNECTION
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
DELTA CONNECTION
VOLTAGE 208-220V
TOTAL KW
54
58
56
59
57
60
TOTAL
15KW
B752512/D
40KW
15KW
10KW
15KW
ER
ECONO RINSE
R
RINSE TANK
FB-
FUSE BLOCK
T
MACHINE TANK
HC-
HEAT CONTACTOR
W
WASH TANK
PW
PREWASH TANK
Figure 55 - Electric Tank Heat (cont’d)
115
2T, 3T, 4T WITH W AND R SECTIONS
20KW WASH HEAT
2T, 3T, 4T WITH W AND R SECTIONS
25KW OR 30KW RINSE HEAT
VOLTAGE 208-220V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 230-240V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 380V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 415V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 480V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 575V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
L1
L2
DELTA CONNECTION
25KW
10KW
15KW
10KW
2
1
2
60A
50A
50A
1
1
90A
DELTA CONNECTION
25KW
15KW
10KW
10KW
1
2
2
50A
60A
50A
1
1
80A
WYE CONNECTION (NOT SHOWN)
25KW
25KW
1
60A
1
60A
WYE CONNECTION (NOT SHOWN)
25KW
25KW
1
50A
1
45A
DELTA CONNECTION
25KW
25KW
1
50A
1
45A
DELTA CONNECTION
25KW
25KW
1
50A
1
35A
30KW
20KW
1
60A
1
100A
30KW
20KW
1
60A
1
90A
30KW
30KW
1
60A
1
60A
30KW
30KW
1
60A
1
60A
30KW
30KW
1
50A
1
45A
30KW
30KW
1
50A
1
45A
L1
L3
FB1
L2
DELTA CONNECTION
20KW
10KW
3
50A
2
70A
10KW
4
50A
DELTA CONNECTION
20KW
10KW
3
50A
2
70A
20KW
20KW
3
50A
2
45A
20KW
20KW
3
50A
2
45A
10KW
4
50A
WYE CONNECTION
(NOT SHOWN)
WYE CONNECTION
(NOT SHOWN)
DELTA CONNECTION
20KW
20KW
3
50A
2
35A
WYE CONNECTION
20KW
20KW
3
50A
2
30A
HC2
91
94
92
L1
93
10KW
10KW
HC3
96
5KW
10KW
HC4
85
97
95
98
10KW
10KW
TOTAL
20KW
87
10KW
L2
1T, 2T WITH W WITH OR WITHOUT PW
40KW WASH HEAT
DELTA CONNECTION
15KW
15KW
5
60A
3
60A
DELTA CONNECTION
15KW
15KW
5
50A
3
50A
15KW
15KW
5
50A
3
35A
15KW
15KW
5
50A
3
35A
WYE CONNECTION
(NOT SHOWN)
WYE CONNECTION
(NOT SHOWN)
DELTA CONNECTION
15KW
15KW
5
50A
3
35A
DELTA CONNECTION
15KW
15KW
5
50A
3
25A
VOLTAGE 208-220V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 230-240V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 380V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 415V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 480V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 575V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
L1
L3
FB3
FB1
HC5
HC1
88
86
99
VOLTAGE 208-220V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 230-240V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 380V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 415V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 480V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 575V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
L3
FB2
HC1
TOTAL
25KW
30KW
VOLTAGE 208-220V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 230-240V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 380V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 415V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 480V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
VOLTAGE 575V
TOTAL KW
KW/CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR #
CONTACTOR RATING
FUSE BLOCK #
FUSE RATING
2T, 3T, 4T WITH ER SECTIONS
15KW ECONO-RINSE HEAT
100
89
10KW
TOTAL
15KW
15KW
TOTAL
40KW
ER
FBHCPW
40KW
15KW
1
60A
1
80A
10KW
2
50A
1
40KW
25KW
1
60A
1
60A
40KW
25KW
1
50A
1
45A
40KW
25KW
1
50A
1
45A
15KW
3
60A
2
70A
DELTA CONNECTION
15KW
3
60A
2
70A
WYE CONNECTION (NOT SHOWN)
15KW
3
50A
2
35A
WYE CONNECTION (NOT SHOWN)
15KW
3
50A
2
35A
DELTA CONNECTION
15KW
3
50A
2
35A
DELTA CONNECTION
40KW
25KW
1
50A
1
35A
15KW
3
50A
2
25A
L1
L2
L3
FB2
HC2
HC3
91
88
86
102
10KW
2
50A
1
L3
85
101
90
L2
DELTA CONNECTION
40KW
15KW
1
60A
1
90A
87
15KW
89
92
90
TOTAL
15KW
10KW
ECONO RINSE
FUSE BLOCK
HEAT CONTACTOR
PREWASH TANK
UC TANK HEAT
ELECTRIC
#701399
R
T
W
93
15KW
RINSE TANK
MACHINE TANK
WASH TANK
120V CONTROLS
1
L1 L2 L3
GND
FU2
LINE V
T1
(IF USED)
120V
P2
LOAD
2
2MOL
3MOL
7MOL
1M 65
66
67
2M 68
69
70
3M 71
72
73
7M 80
81
82
PW 33
OFF
ON
SEE NOTE 1
STOP 5
START
6
7
OFF
7
15
7 EER
AM
27
PT
MANUAL
9
1
7
CLUTCH
4
2
6
5
M
8
10
WASH
MOTOR
STEAM HEAT BLOWER
7MOL
C
7M
P
7M
PWFSW
(IF USED)
44
DRIVE
TR
1
7
4
CLUTCH
M
8
12
1MOL
1M
31
DETERGENT
SIGNAL
PREWASH
OFF DELAY
WFSW 42
2
10
4
2
6
5
2CR
42
3CR
2M
2MOL
2
3M
3MOL
2
3CR
43
AS
CVSW
BLOWER
MOTOR
STEAM HEAT
44
8
2
OFF DELAY
1CR
2CR
45
8
11
36
STEAM VALVE
3
CR
6CR
PREWASH
MOTOR
ON
CR
7
AS
REAR (IF USED)
PW 35
W
34
(C)
(P)
LT
BSW
30
AUTO
W
BSW
2
DRIVE
MOTOR
32
DSS
ELECTRIC HEAT BLOWER
1
28 1CR 4
1MOL
24V CONTROLS
31
LINE
P1
FU1
2
PCB
10
WASH
46
(IF USED)
EE
BROWN
6CR
BLUE
L1 L2 L3
ELECTRIC TANK HEAT
31
(IF USED)
7MOL
L1
L2
L3
7M 80
81
82
1M
12
29
18
BLOWER
MOTOR
ELECTRIC HEAT
25
BR
WASH HEAT
19
TS 61
CR
7CR
RELAY
NO
NC
COIL
COMMON
CUSTOMER TO SUPPLY RATED VOLTAGE/PHASE/Hz,
AS SPECIFIED PER ORDER,TO DISCONNECT SWITCH.
ALL POWER SUPPLIED TO EACH CONNECTION POINT
MUST COMPLY WITH ALL LOCAL ELECTRIC CODES.
DR.BY
DATE
J.NEWTON
17SEPT99
SCALE
SHEET
1
NONE
OF
1
REV.
A
B
C
4
BOOSTER HEAT
ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
HLTS
*
1CR
23
SEE NOTE 3
HC1
24
ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
HLTS
TS 55
HLTS
TS 57
HLTS
2
7CR
SEE NOTE 2
(IF USED)
54
BC2
21
BC3
28
PWFV
DATE
BY
REV.
EER
CWV
(IF USED)
120V
2
DESCRIPTION
24V
DATE
DOOR SAFETY HOLD IN RELAY
DSS
DOOR SAFTEY SWITCH
PREWASH FILL SWITCH RELAY
EE
ELECTRIC EYE EMITTER
WASH FILL SWITCH RELAY
ER
CONVEYOR SWITCH RELAY
EER
BOOSTER HEAT HOLD IN RELAY
FU1
DRIVE MOTOR CONTACTOR
FU2
DRIVE MOTOR OVERLOAD
FRV
PREWASH MOTOR CONTACTOR
FV
PREWASH MOTOR OVERLOAD
GND
ELECTRIC EYE RECEIVER
*
*
*
ELECTRIC EYE RELAY
FUSE-PRIMARY SIDE OF TRANSFORMER
FUSE-PRIMARY SIDE OF TRANSFORMER
FINAL RINSE AND RINSE TANK FILL VALVE
FLUSHING VALVE
*
*
*
*
GROUND
HC1
HC2
STEAM HEAT BLOWER MOTOR CONTACTOR
HC3
STEAM HEAT BLOWER MOTOR OVERLOAD
HLTS
AUTO-MANUAL MODE SWITCH (ELECTRIC EYE/TIMER BYPASS)
PCB
ARC SUPPRESSOR
PT
BC1
BOOSTER ELECTRIC HEAT CONTACTORS OR STEAM VALVE
PWFSW
BC2
BOOSTER TANK CONTACTORS-ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
PWFV
BC3
BOOSTER TANK CONTACTORS-ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
T1
RINSE AID SIGNAL RELAY
T2
BLOWER SWITCH
TR
HOLD-IN RELAY
TS
THERMOSTAT
CVSW
CONVEYOR SWITCH
WFSW
WASH TANK FLOAT SWITCH
CWTS
COLD WATER THERMOSTAT
WFV
WASH TANK FILL VALVE
CWV
COLD WATER VALVE
BR
BSW
32
COMPONENT LOCATED IN MAIN CONTROL CABINET
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
WASH MOTOR CONTACTOR
AS
28
23JULY01 JCN
21SEPT01 JCN
20DEC01 JCN
27A
WASH MOTOR OVERLOAD
3M
AM
31
DESCRIPTION
2MOL
7MOL
T2
CORRECTED FLOAT CONTACTS
ADDED REAR DOORS, ARC SUPPRESSORS
ADDED VENT FAN CIRCUITRY
1M
7M
120V FAN SIGNAL
(IF USED)
26
7CR
3MOL
OFF ON
CWTS
6CR
2M
SEE NOTE 3
58
3CR
1MOL
2
BC1
56
2CR
10A
2CR
2
HC2
62
24
TS 53
BLUE
BLACK
HC3
3CR
28
28
2
BR
18
4
NOTES:
1. IF DSS (1CR) IS NOT USED,
CONNECT WIRES #4 TO #28
2. 7CR RELAY AND CR CONTACT
ONLY USED WITH BOOSTER
3. WHEN STEAM HEAT IS USEDHC1, BC1 ARE STEAM VALVES,
HC2, HC4, BC2, BC3 ARE NOT USED
WHEN ELECTRIC HEAT IS USEDHC1 THRU 3, BC1 THRU 3 ARE
ELECTRIC CONTACTORS
FRV
ER
BROWN
WFV
(IF USED)
DIAGRAM STATE
POWER OFF
DOORS CLOSED
TANKS EMPTY
RINSE AID/
SANI SIGNAL
CR
*
*
*
WASH TANK ELECTRIC HEAT CONTACTOR OR STEAM VALVE
WASH TANK CONTACTOR-ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
WASH TANK ELECTRIC HEAT CONTACTOR OR STEAM VALVE
HIGH LIMIT THERMOSTAT-ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
*
*
POWER SWITCH/CIRCUIT BREAKER/POWER ON LIGHT
PUMP TIMER
RINSE TANK FLOAT SWITCH
RINSE TANK FILL VALVE
*
*
*
CONTROL TRANSFORMER - LINE V:120V
CONTROL TRANSFORMER - 120V:24V
FINAL RINSE TIMER
UC-2T PREWASH-WASH NUCCW
STEAM/ELECTRIC-STANDARD
BY
The Dishwashing Machine Specialists
B
701669
REV.
C
120V CONTROLS
1
L1 L2 L3
GND
FU2
LINE V
T1
1
120V
P2
3MOL
7MOL
1M 65
66
67
3M 71
72
73
7M 80
81
82
ELECTRIC HEAT BLOWER
2
2
BSW
OFF
ON
SEE NOTE 1
STOP 5
START
6
7
OFF
7
15
CR
7
7 EER
BLOWER
MOTOR
STEAM HEAT
AUTO
27
AM
PT
MANUAL
9
1
7
CLUTCH
M
10
P
7M
31
(IF USED)
1
7
OFF DELAY
12
AS
CLUTCH
M
L3
10
1M
WASH
3MOL
3M
29
18
4
25
BR
RINSE AID/
SANI SIGNAL
FRV
WASH HEAT
19
TS 61
CR
28
7CR
NOTES:
1. IF DSS (1CR) IS NOT USED,
CONNECT WIRES #4 TO #28
2. 7CR RELAY AND CR CONTACT
ONLY USED WITH BOOSTER
3. WHEN STEAM HEAT IS USEDHC1, BC1 ARE STEAM VALVES,
HC2, HC4, BC2, BC3 ARE NOT USED
WHEN ELECTRIC HEAT IS USEDHC1 THRU 3, BC1 THRU 3 ARE
ELECTRIC CONTACTORS
J.NEWTON
17SEPT99
SCALE
SHEET
1
NONE
OF
1
REV.
A
*
1CR
BOOSTER HEAT
ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
HLTS
62
TS 55
23
SEE NOTE 3
HC1
ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
HLTS
2
7CR
(IF USED)
54
56
HLTS
BC2
CONVEYOR SWITCH RELAY
EER
BOOSTER HEAT HOLD IN RELAY
FU1
DRIVE MOTOR CONTACTOR
FU2
DRIVE MOTOR OVERLOAD
FRV
WASH MOTOR CONTACTOR
FV
WASH MOTOR OVERLOAD
GND
STEAM HEAT BLOWER MOTOR CONTACTOR
HC1
STEAM HEAT BLOWER MOTOR OVERLOAD
HC2
AUTO-MANUAL MODE SWITCH (ELECTRIC EYE/TIMER BYPASS)
HC3
ARC SUPPRESSOR
HLTS
BC1
BOOSTER ELECTRIC HEAT CONTACTORS OR STEAM VALVE
PCB
BC2
BOOSTER TANK CONTACTORS-ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
PT
BC3
BOOSTER TANK CONTACTORS-ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
T1
6CR
7CR
1MOL
3MOL
SEE NOTE 3
58
HLTS
ER
3M
2
BC1
EE
WASH FILL SWITCH RELAY
1M
SEE NOTE 2
BC3
7M
7MOL
AM
AS
BR
CWTS
26
26
28
(IF USED)
28
120V
2
T2
31
DESCRIPTION
ADDED ARC SUPPRESSORS
DATE
BY
REV.
DESCRIPTION
24V
32
DATE
BY
*
*
*
ELECTRIC EYE EMITTER
ELECTRIC EYE RECEIVER
*
*
*
ELECTRIC EYE RELAY
FUSE-PRIMARY SIDE OF TRANSFORMER
FUSE-PRIMARY SIDE OF TRANSFORMER
FINAL RINSE AND RINSE TANK FILL VALVE
FLUSHING VALVE
*
*
*
*
GROUND
WASH TANK ELECTRIC HEAT CONTACTOR OR STEAM VALVE
WASH TANK CONTACTOR-ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
WASH TANK ELECTRIC HEAT CONTACTOR OR STEAM VALVE
HIGH LIMIT THERMOSTAT-ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
*
*
*
*
*
POWER SWITCH/CIRCUIT BREAKER/POWER ON LIGHT
PUMP TIMER
CONTROL TRANSFORMER - LINE V:120V
RINSE AID SIGNAL RELAY
T2
BLOWER SWITCH
TR
HOLD-IN RELAY
TS
THERMOSTAT
CVSW
CONVEYOR SWITCH
WFSW
WASH TANK FLOAT SWITCH
CWTS
COLD WATER THERMOSTAT
WFV
WASH TANK FILL VALVE
CWV
COLD WATER VALVE
DSS
DOOR SAFTEY SWITCH
BSW
CWV
COMPONENT LOCATED IN MAIN CONTROL CABINET
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
DOOR SAFETY HOLD IN RELAY
3CR
2
HC2
24
TS 57
CUSTOMER TO SUPPLY RATED VOLTAGE/PHASE/Hz,
AS SPECIFIED PER ORDER,TO DISCONNECT SWITCH.
ALL POWER SUPPLIED TO EACH CONNECTION POINT
MUST COMPLY WITH ALL LOCAL ELECTRIC CODES.
EER
WFV
24
TS 53
DR.BY
DATE
27A
2
HC3
3CR
28
COIL
COMMON
BLUE
2
BR
NO
NC
ER
BROWN
BLUE
BLOWER
MOTOR
ELECTRIC HEAT
12
RELAY
EE
BROWN
DETERGENT
SIGNAL
31
6CR
OFF DELAY
(IF USED)
DIAGRAM STATE
POWER OFF
DOORS CLOSED
TANKS EMPTY
46
2
10
4
2
6
5
CVSW
1MOL
1M
BLACK
7M 80
81
82
3CR
2CR
43
(IF USED)
L1
L2
42
STEAM VALVE
3
2
8
ELECTRIC TANK HEAT
7M
DRIVE
TR
4
L1 L2 L3
STEAM HEAT BLOWER
7MOL
C
8
8
4
2
6 11
5
8
WFSW 42
CR
6CR
WASH
MOTOR
ON
1CR
36
(C)
(P)
LT
BSW
30
DRIVE
MOTOR
(IF USED)
7MOL
32
AS
DSS
W
(IF USED)
LOAD
28 1CR 4
1MOL
24V CONTROLS
31
LINE
P1
FU1
2
PCB
CR
CONTROL TRANSFORMER - 120V:24V
FINAL RINSE TIMER
UC-1T NUCCW
STEAM/ELECTRIC-STANDARD
4OCT01 JCN
The Dishwashing Machine Specialists
B
701670
REV.
A
1
PCB
L1 L2 L3
120V CONTROLS
LINE
2
T1
P1
FU1
FU2
LINE V
P2
1
DSS
PW 33 W 34
LOAD
ELECTRIC HEAT BLOWER
DI (IF USED)
136 PW 137 W 138
2
120V
(IF USED)
R
SEE NOTE 1
28 1CR 4
STOP 5
6
START
7
OFF
7
15
2MOL
3MOL
4MOL
7MOL
1M 65
66
67
2M 68
69
70
3M 71
72
73
4M 74
75
76
7M 80
81
82
AUTO
7 EER
AM
PT
MANUAL
9
27
1
7
CLUTCH
M
PREWASH
MOTOR
10
8
7M
P
7M
1M
140
1M
OFF
ON
TR
OFF DELAY
4
CLUTCH
M
8
12
OFF
10
ON
141
OFF
ON
143
1M
ON
145
29
13
13
BR
(IF USED)
4
7MOL
L1
L2
L3
7M 80
81
82
BLOWER
MOTOR
ELECTRIC HEAT
(IF USED)
DIAGRAM STATE
POWER OFF
DOORS CLOSED
TANKS EMPTY
RELAY
NO
NC
COIL
COMMON
4CR
OFF
150
TS 59
14
CR
28
FRV
HLTS
60
3CR
4CR
24
6CR
2
2
7CR
OFF
7CR
28
4
4
3CR
ON
152
18
23
HLTS
TS 55
HLTS
TS 57
HLTS
54
56
BC2
J.NEWTON
25JUNE97
SCALE
SHEET
1
NONE
OF
1
B
C
SEE NOTE 2
149
ISO
19
TS 61
(IF USED)
ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
HLTS
62
HC3
21
21
CWTS
26
26
HC4
DESCRIPTION
ADDED DRAIN INTERLOCK AND ISO SWITCHES
ADDED ISO LIGHT TO DRIVE CONTACTOR
DATE
BY
4NOV99 JCN
19DEC00 JCN
REV.
DESCRIPTION
46
6CR
BLUE
2
2
24V
32
DATE
BY
EER
COMPONENT LOCATED IN MAIN CONTROL CABINET
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
DOOR SAFETY HOLD IN RELAY
EE
PREWASH FILL SWITCH RELAY
EER
ELECTRIC EYE RECEIVER
WASH FILL SWITCH RELAY
ER
ELECTRIC EYE RELAY
RINSE FILL SWITCH RELAY
FU1-2
CONVEYOR SWITCH RELAY
FU3-4
BOOSTER HEAT HOLD IN RELAY
FRV
DRIVE MOTOR CONTACTOR
FV
DRIVE MOTOR OVERLOAD
GND
PREWASH MOTOR CONTACTOR
HC1
PREWASH MOTOR OVERLOAD
HC2
WASH MOTOR CONTACTOR
HC3
WASH MOTOR OVERLOAD
HC4
RINSE MOTOR CONTACTOR
HLTS
RINSE MOTOR OVERLOAD
ISO
STEAM HEAT BLOWER MOTOR CONTACTOR
LT
ELECTRIC EYE EMMITER
*
*
FUSE-PRIMARY SIDE OF TRANSFORMER
FUSE-DC DRIVE CONTROLLER
FINAL RINSE AND RINSE TANK FILL VALVE
FLUSHING VALVE
*
*
*
*
*
GROUND
RINSE TANK ELECTRIC HEAT CONTACTOR OR STEAM VALVE
RINSE TANK CONTACTOR-ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
WASH TANK ELECTRIC HEAT CONTACTOR OR STEAM VALVE
WASH TANK CONTACTOR-ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
HIGH LIMIT THERMOSTAT-ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
*
*
*
*
ISOLATION SWITCH
ISOLATION SWITCH LIGHT
PCB
AUTO-MANUAL MODE SWITCH (ELECTRIC EYE/TIMER BYPASS)
PT
BC1
BOOSTER ELECTRIC HEAT CONTACTORS OR STEAM VALVE
PWFV
PREWASH TANK FILL VALVE
BC2
BOOSTER TANK CONTACTORS-ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
PWFSW
PREWASH TANK FLOAT SWITCH
BOOSTER TANK CONTACTORS-ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
RFV
RINSE TANK FILL VALVE
RINSE AID SIGNAL RELAY
RFSW
RINSE TANK FLOAT SWITCH
BLOWER SWITCH
T1
CONTROL TRANSFORMER - LINE V:120V
BC3
BR
(IF USED)
120V
27A
STEAM HEAT BLOWER MOTOR OVERLOAD
7MOL
SEE NOTE 3
CWV
28
4MOL
AM
10A
(IF USED)
4M
7M
120V FAN SIGNAL
OFF ON
3MOL
2
PWFV
2M
3M
LT
ON
1M
2MOL
BC3
WFV
7CR
1MOL
SEE NOTE 3
58
31
DR.BY
DATE
SEE NOTE 3
2
BC1
WASH HEAT
OFF
2CR
TS 53
ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
T2
REV.
2CR
(IF USED)
28
CUSTOMER TO SUPPLY RATED VOLTAGE/PHASE/Hz,
AS SPECIFIED PER ORDER,TO DISCONNECT SWITCH.
ALL POWER SUPPLIED TO EACH CONNECTION POINT
MUST COMPLY WITH ALL LOCAL ELECTRIC CODES.
*
1CR
(IF USED)
HC2
HC1
2CR
BLUE
BLACK
2
RFV
ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
ER
BROWN
2
RINSE AID/
SANI SIGNAL
24
BOOSTER HEAT
ISO (IF USED)
NOTES:
1. IF DSS (1CR) IS NOT USED,
CONNECT WIRES #4 TO #28
2. 7CR RELAY AND CR CONTACT
ONLY USED WITH BOOSTER
3. WHEN STEAM HEAT IS USEDHC1, HC3, BC1 ARE STEAM VALVES,
HC2, HC4, BC2, BC3 ARE NOT USED
WHEN ELECTRIC HEAT IS USEDHC1 THRU 4, BC1 THRU 3 ARE
ELECTRIC CONTACTORS
31
LT
ON
44
LT
BR
RINSE HEAT
ISO (IF USED)
3CR
EE
BROWN
2
146
(IF USED)
L1 L2 L3
ELECTRIC TANK HEAT
42
LT
4MOL
4M
25
2
144
4M
CVSW
LT
3MOL
3M
4CR
2CR
45
(IF USED)
142
3M
WASH
OFF
BLOWER
MOTOR
STEAM HEAT
PWFSW 44
2MOL
2M
40
3CR
43
LT
1MOL
2M
RINSE
RINSE
MOTOR
12
83
DETERGENT
SIGNAL
FV
ISO (IF USED)
PREWASH
OFF DELAY
WASH
MOTOR
WFSW 42
2
10
4
2
6
5
1CR
(IF USED)
2
1
7
36
4CR
41
STEAM VALVE
3
ISO (IF USED)
DRIVE
8
4
2
6 11
5
8
C
R
RFSW 40
STEAM HEAT BLOWER
7MOL
CR
6CR
DRIVE
MOTOR
ON
CR
7
(C)
(P)
LT
BSW
30
1MOL
ON
32
REAR (IF USED)
W 49
R
47 PW 48
BSW
OFF
2
24V CONTROLS
31
GND
BSW
*
*
*
*
*
POWER SWITCH/CIRCUIT BREAKER/POWER ON LIGHT
PUMP TIMER
HOLD-IN RELAY
T2
CVSW
CONVEYOR SWITCH
TR
CWTS
COLD WATER THERMOSTAT
TS
THERMOSTAT
CWV
COLD WATER VALVE
WFSW
WASH TANK FLOAT SWITCH
DI
DRAIN INTERLOCK
WFV
WASH TANK FILL VALVE
DSS
DOOR SAFTEY SWITCH
CR
CONTROL TRANSFORMER - 120V:24V
FINAL RINSE TIMER
UC-3T NUCCW
STEAM/ELECTRIC
The Dishwashing Machine Specialists
B
701512
REV.
C
120V CONTROLS
1
L1 L2 L3
2
PCB
DSS
W 34
PW 33
LINE
GND
24V CONTROLS
31
R
32
ER
35
ELECTRIC HEAT BLOWER
REAR
W 49
(IF USED)
P1
T1
47 PW 48
1
LINE V
P2
120V
OFF
28 1CR 4
FU2
(C)
(P)
START
STOP 5
6
7
2MOL
3MOL
1M 65
66
67
DRIVE
MOTOR
2M 68
69
70
PREWASH
MOTOR
3M 71
72
73
4MOL
4M 74
75
76
5MOL
5M 77
78
79
7MOL
7M 80
81
82
15
7 EER
AM
PT
MANUAL
27
9
1
7
4
2
6 11
5
M
8
WASH
MOTOR
10
7M
P
7M
STEAM VALVE
3
8
TR
1
7
OFF DELAY
CLUTCH
M
8
12
2
43
DETERGENT
SIGNAL
PREWASH
(IF USED)
CVSW
3MOL
3M
2
BLOWER
MOTOR
STEAM HEAT
1M
12
RINSE
4M
4MOL
ECONO RINSE
5M
5MOL
22
2
31
25
BR
7MOL
7M 80
81
82
L3
BLOWER
MOTOR
ELECTRIC HEAT
TS 51
20
CR
*
ERFV
(IF USED)
1CR
2CR
7CR
28
NO
NC
2
HC5
24
BOOSTER HEAT
23
TS 53
HLTS
TS 55
HLTS
TS 57
NOTES:
1. IF DSS (1CR) IS NOT USED,
CONNECT WIRES #4 TO #28
2. 7CR RELAY AND CR CONTACT
ONLY USED WITH BOOSTER
3. WHEN STEAM HEAT IS USEDHC1, HC3, ,HC5, BC1 ARE STEAM VALVES,
HC2, HC4, BC2, BC3 ARE NOT USED
WHEN ELECTRIC HEAT IS USEDHC1 THRU 5, BC1 THRU 3 ARE
ELECTRIC CONTACTORS
RELAY
3CR
52
2
7CR
54
58
14
HLTS
60
BC3
6CR
7CR
2M
2MOL
3M
2
SEE NOTE 3
3CR
2
4 2CR
HLTS
62
26
26
SEE NOTE 3
2
PWFV
CWV
(IF USED)
120V FAN SIGNAL
28
OFF ON
28
120V
2
T2
31
CUSTOMER TO SUPPLY RATED VOLTAGE/PHASE/Hz,
AS SPECIFIED PER ORDER,TO DISCONNECT SWITCH.
ALL POWER SUPPLIED TO EACH CONNECTION POINT
MUST COMPLY WITH ALL LOCAL ELECTRIC CODES.
DR.BY
DATE
J.NEWTON
4DEC97
SCALE
SHEET
1
NONE
OF
1
REV.
A
B
DESCRIPTION
CHANGED DESCRIPTION OF EER IN TABLE
ADDED VENT FAN CKT
DATE
BY
REV.
DESCRIPTION
24V
32
DATE
BY
DSS
DOOR SAFTEY SWITCH
PREWASH FILL SWITCH RELAY
EE
ELECTRIC EYE EMITTER
WASH FILL SWITCH RELAY
EER
RINSE FILL SWITCH RELAY
ER
*
ELECTRIC EYE RELAY
ELECTRIC EYE RECEIVER
ECONO RINSE FILL SWITCH RELAY
ERFSW
ECONO RINSE TANK FLOAT SWITCH
CONVEYOR SWITCH RELAY
ERFV
ECONO RINSE TANK FILL VALVE
BOOSTER HEAT HOLD IN RELAY
FU1
DRIVE MOTOR CONTACTOR
FU2
DRIVE MOTOR OVERLOAD
FRV
PREWASH MOTOR CONTACTOR
FV
PREWASH MOTOR OVERLOAD
GND
*
*
FUSE-PRIMARY SIDE OF TRANSFORMER
FUSE-PRIMARY SIDE OF TRANSFORMER
FINAL RINSE AND ECONO RINSE TANK FILL VALVE
FLUSHING VALVE
*
*
*
*
*
*
GROUND
RINSE MOTOR OVERLOAD
HC4
ECONO RINSE MOTOR CONTACTOR
HC5
ECONO RINSE MOTOR OVERLOAD
HLTS
STEAM HEAT BLOWER MOTOR CONTACTOR
PCB
STEAM HEAT BLOWER MOTOR OVERLOAD
PT
AUTO-MANUAL MODE SWITCH (ELECTRIC EYE/TIMER BYPASS)
PWFV
PREWASH TANK FILL VALVE
BC1
BOOSTER ELECTRIC HEAT CONTACTORS OR STEAM VALVE
PWFSW
PREWASH TANK FLOAT SWITCH
BC2
BOOSTER TANK CONTACTORS-ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
RFV
RINSE TANK FILL VALVE
BC3
BOOSTER TANK CONTACTORS-ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
RFSW
RINSE AID SIGNAL RELAY
T1
4MOL
AM
BR
*
*
*
RINSE TANK ELECTRIC HEAT CONTACTOR OR STEAM VALVE
RINSE TANK CONTACTOR-ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
WASH TANK ELECTRIC HEAT CONTACTOR OR STEAM VALVE
WASH TANK CONTACTOR-ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
ECONO RINSE TANK ELECTRIC HEAT CONTACTOR OR STEAM VALVE
HIGH LIMIT THERMOSTAT-ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
*
*
POWER SWITCH/CIRCUIT BREAKER/POWER ON LIGHT
PUMP TIMER
RINSE TANK FLOAT SWITCH
*
*
*
CONTROL TRANSFORMER - LINE V:120V
BLOWER SWITCH
T2
HOLD-IN RELAY
TR
CVSW
CONVEYOR SWITCH
TS
THERMOSTAT
CWTS
COLD WATER THERMOSTAT
WFSW
WASH TANK FLOAT SWITCH
WFV
WASH TANK FILL VALVE
CR
(IF USED)
DOOR SAFETY HOLD IN RELAY
HC3
BSW
10A
COIL
COMMON
COMPONENT LOCATED IN MAIN CONTROL CABINET
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
RINSE MOTOR CONTACTOR
7MOL
HC3
21
21
CWTS
EER
HC2
5MOL
HC4
ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
TS 61
BLUE
HC1
7M
19
BLUE
WASH MOTOR CONTACTOR
5M
WFV
WASH HEAT
6CR
WASH MOTOR OVERLOAD
3MOL
4M
HC1
18
4
5CR
1MOL
HC2
ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
4CR
1M
SEE NOTE 3
RFV
4CR
TS 59
BC2
HLTS
13
RINSE HEAT
SEE NOTE 2
2
BC1
56
13
4
SEE NOTE 3
(IF USED)
ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
(IF USED)
DIAGRAM STATE
POWER OFF
DOORS CLOSED
TANKS EMPTY
HLTS
24
28
46
2
FRV
ELECTRIC HEAT ONLY
ECONO RINSE HEAT
2CR
27A
BLACK
5CR
4
ER
BROWN
2
BR
(IF USED)
44
RINSE AID/
SANI SIGNAL
29
22
3CR
EE
BROWN
ECONO RINSE
MOTOR
42
2
10
WASH
4CR
2CR
45
2MOL
2M
40
3CR
PWFSW 44
FV
OFF DELAY
RINSE
MOTOR
WFSW 42
1MOL
1M
10
4
2
6
5
5CR
4CR
41
DRIVE
37
5CR
RFSW 40
(IF USED)
2
4
L1 L2 L3
ELECTRIC TANK HEAT
1CR
STEAM HEAT BLOWER
7MOL
C
8
CLUTCH
38
CR
6CR
AUTO
ON
CR
7
(IF USED)
L1
L2
OFF
7
30
ERFSW 37
LT
BSW
1MOL
50 ER 36
ON
SEE NOTE 1
2
R
BSW
LOAD
2
FU1
(IF USED)
CWV
COLD WATER VALVE
CONTROL TRANSFORMER - 120V:24V
FINAL RINSE TIMER
UC-4T-WS NUCCW
STEAM/ELECTRIC - STANDARD
17OCT00 JCN
7AUG01 JCN
The Dishwashing Machine Specialists
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701559
REV.
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