Alliance Laundry Systems UniLinc Specifications

Alliance Laundry Systems UniLinc Specifications
Pocket Hardmount
UniLinc and M30 Control
Refer to Page 9 for Model Identification
Installation/Operation/Maintenance
Washer-Extractors
PHM1429C_SVG
Original Instructions
Keep These Instructions for Future Reference.
(If this machine changes ownership, this manual must accompany machine.)
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Table of Contents
Safety Information..................................................................................5
Explanation of Safety Messages....................................................................... 5
Important Safety Instructions........................................................................... 6
Safety Decals................................................................................................. 7
Operator Safety.............................................................................................. 7
Introduction........................................................................................... 9
Model Identification........................................................................................9
Delivery Inspection.........................................................................................9
Serial Plate Location....................................................................................... 9
Serial Plate Information - UniLinc Models.................................................... 9
Replacement Parts ........................................................................................10
Customer Service..........................................................................................10
Specifications and Dimensions.............................................................. 11
Specifications and Dimensions.......................................................................11
Machine Dimensions ....................................................................................14
Mounting Bolt Hole Locations - 45 and 65 Pound Models................................ 17
Mounting Bolt Hole Locations - 85 and 105 Pound Models.............................. 19
Mounting Bolt Hole Locations - 130 and 160 Pound Models.............................21
Floor Layout............................................................................................. 23
Mounting Bolt Pattern................................................................................25
Single Machine Foundation Requirements.......................................................26
Machine Installation on Existing Floor........................................................ 26
Elevated Pad Installation on Existing Floor..................................................26
New Foundation........................................................................................26
Isolated Pad Installation............................................................................. 26
Machine Foundation and Pad Installation........................................................ 27
Machine Installation......................................................................................29
Machine Mounting and Grouting....................................................................32
Floor Load Data............................................................................................34
Drain Connection Requirements.....................................................................35
Water Connection......................................................................................... 37
Electrical Installation Requirements................................................................39
North American Approval.......................................................................... 41
CE Approval.............................................................................................47
Steam Requirements (Steam Heat Option Only)...............................................53
Chemical Injection Supply System................................................................. 53
Connecting External Liquid Supplies to the Machine with Optional Five Compartment Supply Dispenser..................................................................... 55
External Supplies.......................................................................................... 56
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Chemical Injection Using Internal 24VAC Control Transformer.................... 56
Chemical Injection Using External AC Power Source................................... 57
External Supply Signals............................................................................. 58
Operation............................................................................................. 60
Operating Instructions for UniLinc Control..................................................... 60
Shakeout Routine...................................................................................... 62
Basket Jog Feature (160 Pound Models Only).............................................. 62
Operating Instructions for M30 Control.......................................................... 63
Shakeout Routine...................................................................................... 65
Start Up................................................................................................66
Basket Rotation............................................................................................ 66
Safety Stability Switch Operation............................................................... 66
Maintenance......................................................................................... 67
Maintenance.................................................................................................67
Daily........................................................................................................... 67
Beginning of Day...................................................................................... 67
End of Day............................................................................................... 67
Weekly........................................................................................................ 68
Monthly....................................................................................................... 68
Quarterly......................................................................................................69
Care of Stainless Steel................................................................................... 70
Disposal of Unit.................................................................................... 71
Disposal of Unit............................................................................................71
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Safety Information
Safety Information
Explanation of Safety Messages
Precautionary statements (“DANGER,” “WARNING,” and
“CAUTION”), followed by specific instructions, are found in this
manual and on machine decals. These precautions are intended
for the personal safety of the operator, user, servicer, and those
maintaining the machine.
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if
not avoided, will cause severe personal injury or
death.
WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided,
could cause severe personal injury or death.
CAUTION
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided,
may cause minor or moderate personal injury or
property damage.
Additional precautionary statements (“IMPORTANT” and
“NOTE”) are followed by specific instructions.
IMPORTANT: The word “IMPORTANT” is used to inform the reader of specific procedures where minor
machine damage will occur if the procedure is not followed.
NOTE: The word “NOTE” is used to communicate installation, operation, maintenance or servicing information that is important but not hazard related.
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Safety Information
Important Safety Instructions
•
WARNING
•
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, serious injury or death to persons when using your washer,
follow these basic precautions:
W023
•
•
Read all instructions before using the washer.
Install the washer according the INSTALLATION instructions. Refer to the GROUNDING instructions in the INSTALLATION manual for the proper grounding of the washer. All connections for water, drain, electrical power and
grounding must comply with local codes and be made by licensed personnel when required. It is recommended that the
machine be installed by qualified technicians.
Do not install or store the washer where it will be exposed to
water and/or weather.
To prevent fire and explosion, keep the area around machine
free from flammable and combustible products. Do not add
the following substances or textiles containing traces of the
following substances to the wash water: gasoline, kerosene,
waxes, cooking oils, vegetable oils, machine oils, dry-cleaning solvents, flammable chemicals, thinners, or other flammable or explosive substances. These substances give off vapors
that could ignite, explode or cause the fabric to catch fire by
itself.
Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may be produced in a
hot water system that has not been used for two weeks or
more. HYDROGEN GAS IS EXPLOSIVE. If the hot water
system has not been used for such a period, before using a
washing machine or combination washer-dryer, turn on all hot
water faucets and let the water flow from each for several minutes. This will release any accumulated hydrogen gas. The
gas is flammable, do not smoke or use an open flame during
this time.
To reduce the risk of an electric shock or fire, DO NOT use
an extension cord or an adapter to connect the washer to the
electrical power source.
Do not allow children to play on or in the washer. Close supervision of children is necessary when the washer is used
near children. This appliance is not intended for use by young
children or infirm persons without supervision. Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with
the appliance. This is a safety rule for all appliances.
DO NOT reach and/or climb into the tub or onto the washer,
ESPECIALLY if the wash drum is moving. This is an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will cause severe personal injury or death.
Never operate the washer with any guards, panels and/or parts
removed or broken. DO NOT bypass any safety devices or
tamper with the controls.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Use washer only for its intended purpose, washing textiles.
Never wash machine parts or automotive parts in the machine. This could result in serious damage to the basket or
tub.
Use only low-sudsing, no-foaming types of commercial detergent. Be aware that hazardous chemicals may be present.
Wear hand and eye protection when adding detergents and
chemicals. Always read and follow manufacturer’s instructions on packages of laundry and cleaning aids. Heed all
warnings or precautions. To reduce the risk of poisoning or
chemical burns, keep them out of the reach of children at all
times [preferably in a locked cabinet].
Do not use fabric softeners or products to eliminate static unless recommended by the manufacturer of the fabric softener
or product.
Always follow the fabric care instructions supplied by the textile manufacturer.
Loading door MUST BE CLOSED any time the washer is to
fill, tumble or spin. DO NOT bypass the loading door switch
by permitting the washer to operate with the loading door
open. Do not attempt to open the door until the washer has
drained and all moving parts have stopped.
The lid MUST BE CLOSED any time the washer is to spin.
DO NOT bypass the lid release button by permitting the
washer to operate with the lid open. Do not attempt to open
the lid until the extract compartment has drained and all moving parts have stopped.
Be aware that hot water is used to flush the supply dispenser,
if applicable. Avoid opening the dispenser lid while the machine is running.
Be aware that hot water is used to flush the supply dispenser.
Avoid opening the dispenser lid while the machine is running.
Do not attach anything to the supply dispenser’s nozzles, if
applicable. The air gap must be maintained.
Do not operate the machine without the water reuse plug or
water reuse system in place, if applicable.
Be sure water connections have a shut-off valve and that fill
hose connections are tight. CLOSE the shut-off valves at the
end of each wash day.
Keep washer in good condition. Bumping or dropping the
washer can damage safety features. If this occurs, have washer checked by a qualified service person.
DANGER: Before inspecting or servicing machine, power
supply must be turned OFF. The servicer needs to wait for at
least 5 minutes after turning the power OFF and needs to
check for residual voltage with a voltage meter. The inverter
capacitor or EMC filter remains charged with high voltage for
some time after powering OFF. This is an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will cause severe personal
injury or death.
Do not repair or replace any part of the washer, or attempt any
servicing unless specifically recommended in the user-maintenance instructions or in published user-repair instructions
that the user understands and has the skills to carry out. AL-
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•
•
•
WAYS disconnect the washer from electrical, power and water supplies before attempting any service.
Disconnect the power by turning off the circuit breaker or by
unplugging the machine. Replace worn power cords.
Before the washer is removed from service or discarded, remove the door to the washing compartment.
Before the washer is removed from service or discarded, remove the lid to the washing compartment.
Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this washer according to the manufacturer’s instructions may result in conditions
which can produce bodily injury and/or property damage.
NOTE: The WARNINGS and IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS appearing in this manual are not meant
to cover all possible conditions and situations that may
occur. Common sense, caution and care must be exercised when installing, maintaining, or operating the
washer.
Any problems or conditions not understood should be reported to
the dealer, distributor, service agent or the manufacturer.
WARNING
WARNING
Never touch internal or external steam pipes, connections, or components. These surfaces can be extremely hot and will cause severe burns. The steam
must be turned off and the pipe, connections, and
components allowed to cool before the pipe can be
touched.
SW014
WARNING
Install the machine on a level floor of sufficient
strength. Failure to do so may result in conditions
which can produce serious injury, death and/or property damage.
W703
Safety Decals
Machine installations must comply with minimum
specifications and requirements stated in the applicable Installation Manual, any applicable municipal
building codes, water supply requirements, electrical
wiring regulations and any other relevant statutory
regulations. Due to varied requirements and applicable local codes, this machine must be installed, adjusted, and serviced by qualified maintenance personnel familiar with applicable local codes and the
construction and operation of this type of machinery. They must also be familiar with the potential
hazards involved. Failure to observe this warning
may result in personal injury, property damage,
and/or equipment damage, and will void the warranty.
Safety decals appear at crucial locations on the machine. Failure
to maintain legible safety decals could result in injury to the operator or service technician.
Use manufacturer-authorized spare parts to avoid safety hazards.
Operator Safety
WARNING
NEVER insert hands or objects into basket until it
has completely stopped. Doing so could result in serious injury.
SW012
W820
IMPORTANT: Ensure that the machine is installed on a
level floor of sufficient strength. Ensure that the recommended clearances for inspection and maintenance are
provided. Never allow the inspection and maintenance
space to be blocked.
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The following maintenance checks must be performed daily:
1. Verify that all warning labels are present and legible, replace
as necessary.
2. Check door interlock before starting operation of the machine:
a. Attempt to start the machine with the door open. The machine should not start.
b. Close the door without locking it and start the machine.
The machine should not start.
c. Attempt to open the door while a cycle is in progress. The
door should not open.
If the door lock and interlock are not functioning properly, disconnect power and call a service technician.
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Safety Information
3. Do not attempt to operate the machine if any of the following
conditions are present:
a. The door does not remain securely locked during the entire cycle.
b. Excessively high water level is evident.
c. Machine is not connected to a properly grounded circuit.
Do not bypass any safety devices in the machine.
WARNING
Operating the machine with severe out-of-balance
loads could result in personal injury and serious
equipment damage.
W728
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Introduction
Introduction
Model Identification
Information in this manual is applicable to these models:
Models
45 Pound
UWL045K1L
UWL045K1M
UWL045K2L
UWL045K2M
UWL045T3V
UWL045T4V
UWN045K1L
UWN045K1M
UWN045K2L
UWN045K2M
UWN045T3V
UWN045T4V
UWU045K1L
UWU045K1M
UWU045K2L
UWU045K2M
UWU045T3V
UWU045T4V
65 Pound
UWL065K1L
UWL065K1M
UWL065K2L
UWL065K2M
UWL065T3V
UWL065T4V
UWN065T3L
UWN065K1L
UWN065K1M
UWN065K2L
UWN065K2M
UWN065T3M
UWN065T3V
UWN065T4L
UWN065T4M
UWN065T4V
UWU065K1L
UWU065K1M
UWU065K2L
UWU065K2M
UWU065T3L
UWU065T3M
UWU065T3V
UWU065T4L
UWU065T4M
UWU065T4V
85 Pound
UWL085K1M
UWL085K2M
UWL085T4V
UWL085T3V
UWN085K1M
UWN085K2M
UWN085T3V
UWN085T4V
UWU085K1M
UWU085K2M
UWU085T3V
UWU085T4V
105 Pound
UWL105K1M
UWL105K2M
UWL105T3V
UWL105T4V
UWN105K1M
UWN105K2M
UWN105T3V
UWN105T4V
UWU105K1M
UWU105K2M
UWU105T3V
UWU105T4V
130 Pound
UWL130K1M
UWL130K2M
UWL130T3V
UWL130T4V
UWN130K1M
UWN130K2M
UWN130T3V
UWN130T4V
UWU130K1M
UWU130K2M
UWU130T3V
UWU130T4V
160 Pound
UWL160T3V
UWL160T4V
UWN160T3V
UWN160T4V
UWU160T3V
UWU160T4V
Model Example of Serial Plate Location - M30
Delivery Inspection
Upon delivery, visually inspect crate, protective cover, and unit
for any visible shipping damage. If signs of possible damage are
evident, have the carrier note the condition on the shipping papers before the shipping receipt is signed, or advise the carrier of
the condition as soon as it is discovered.
1
Serial Plate Location
The serial plate is located on the valve panel of the machine. Always provide the machine’s serial number and model number
when ordering parts or when seeking technical assistance.
PHM951N_SVG
1. On front and back of left bulkhead
Figure 1
Serial Plate Information - UniLinc Models
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Introduction
On UniLinc models, serial plate information is also programmed
into the control. To access machine ID through the control:
1. Press and hold
, then
, then
keypads at the same
time.
2. Press the
3. Press the
keypad until Diagnostic is highlighted.
4. Press the
5. Press the
keypad until machine ID is highlighted.
keypad.
keypad.
Model Example of Serial Plate Location - UniLinc
1
2
2
PHM3254P_SVG
1. In control
2. At back of machine
Figure 2
Replacement Parts
If literature or replacement parts are required, contact the source
from which the machine was purchased or contact Alliance Laundry Systems at +1 (920) 748-3950 for the name and address of
the nearest authorized parts distributor.
Customer Service
For technical assistance, contact your local distributor or contact:
Alliance Laundry Systems
Shepard Street
P.O. Box 990
Ripon, WI 54971-0990
U.S.A.
www.alliancelaundry.com
Phone: +1 (920) 748-3121 Ripon, Wisconsin
Alliance International: +32 56 41 20 54 Wevelgem, Belgium
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Specifications and Dimensions
Specifications and Dimensions
Specifications and Dimensions
Specifications
45
65
85
105
130
160
Overall Dimensions
Overall width, in. [mm]
34.12 [867]
34.12 [867]
40.12 [1019] 40.12 [1090] 46.12 [1171] 46.12 [1171]
Overall height, in. [mm]
64.43 [1637] 64.43 [1637] 69.08 [1755] 69.08 [1755] 76.05 [1932] 76.05 [1932]
Overall depth, in. [mm]
44.33 [1126] 49.83 [1266] 51.49 [1308] 56.49 [1435] 54.50 [1384] 60.0 [1524]
Weight And Shipping Information
Net weight, lbs. [kg]
Through
10/31/13
1020 [463]
1060 [481]
1670 [757]
1700 [771]
2040 [925]
2070 [939]
Starting
11/1/13
1080 [490]
1100 [499]
Through
10/31/13
1065 [483]
1105 [501]
1720 [780]
1750 [794]
2100 [953]
2130 [966]
Starting
11/1/13
1120 [508]
1150 [522]
Standard shipping volume, ft3 [m3]
75 [2]
75 [2]
107 [3]
107 [3]
139 [4]
139 [4]
Standard shipping dimensions (WxDxH),
in. [mm]
37.2 x 53.8 x
65 [945 x
1370 x
1650]
37.2 x 53.8 x
65 [945 x
1370 x
1650]
43.2 x 61.8 x
69.4 [1097 x
1570 x
1763]
43.2 x 61.8 x
69.4 [1097 x
1570 x
1763]
49.2 x 64.8 x
76.4 [1250 x
1646 x
1941]
49.2 x 64.8 x
76.4 [1250 x
1646 x
1941]
Slat crate shipping weight,
lbs. [kg]
Through
10/31/13
1190 [540]
1230 [558]
1870 [848]
1900 [862]
2260 [1025]
2290 [1039]
Starting
11/1/13
1250 [567]
1280 [581]
Slat crate shipping volume, ft3 [m3]
97 [3]
97 [3]
158 [4.5]
158 [4.5]
186 [5.3]
186 [5.3]
Slat crate shipping dimensions (WxDxH),
in. [mm]
41.7 x 56.8 x
70.8 [1060 x
1440 x
1800]
41.7 x 56.8 x
70.8 [1060 x
1440 x
1800]
47.7 x 64.8 x
88.3 [1212 x
1646 x
2243]
47.7 x 64.8 x
88.3 [1212 x
1646 x
2243]
53.7 x 67.8 x
88.3 [1364 x
1722 x
1915]
53.7 x 67.8 x
88.3 [1364 x
1722 x
1915]
Cylinder diameter, in. [mm]
31 [787]
31 [787]
36 [914]
36 [914]
42 [1067]
42 [1067]
Cylinder depth, in. [mm]
16.6 [4222]
22.1 [561]
22 [559]
27 [686]
24.5 [622]
30 [762]
Cylinder volume, ft3 [l]
7.3 [185]
9.7 [246]
13 [368]
15.9 [450]
19.6 [555]
24.1 [682]
Perforation size, in. [mm]
0.188 [4.8]
0.188 [4.8]
0.188 [4.8]
0.188 [4.8]
0.188 [4.8]
0.188 [4.8]
Perforation open area, %
21.3
21.3
23
23.4
27.4
27.9
Standard shipping weight,
lbs. [kg]
Wash Cylinder Information
Door Opening Information
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Specifications
45
65
85
105
130
160
Door opening size, in. [mm]
17.8 [452]
17.8 [452]
21.0 [533]
21.0 [533]
24.8 [630]
24.8 [630]
Height of door bottom above floor, in.
[mm]
28.1 [713]
28.1 [713]
28.1 [713]
28.1 [713]
29.8 [758]
29.8 [758]
Number of motors in. drive train
1
1
1
1
1
1
Drive motor power, hp [kW]
5.0 [3.7] (V- 5.0 [3.7] (V- 7.5 [5.6]
speed)
speed)
7.5 [5.6]
10 [7.5]
10 [7.5]
1/2 Wash/reverse, rpm [g]
30 [0.4]
30 [0.4]
28 [.4]
28 [.4]
26 [.4]
26 [.4]
Wash/reverse, rpm [g]
42 [.78]
42 [.78]
39 [.78]
39 [.78]
36 [.77]
36 [.77]
Distribution, rpm [g]
75 [2.5]
75 [2.5]
70 [2.5]
70 [2.5]
65 [2.5]
65 [2.5]
Very Low extract, rpm [g]
248 [27]
248 [27]
230 [27]
230 [27]
213 [27]
213 [27]
Low extract, rpm [g]
477 [100]
477 [100]
443 [100]
443 [100]
410 [100]
410 [100]
Medium extract, rpm [g]
674 [200]
674 [200]
626 [200]
626 [200]
579 [200]
579 [200]
High extract, (V-speed) rpm [g]
754 [250]
754 [250]
700 [250]
700 [250]
648 [250]
648 [250]
Very High extract, (V-speed) rpm [g]
826 [300]
826 [300]
766 [300]
766 [300]
710 [300]
710 [300]
Ultra High extract, (V-speed) rpm [g]
954 [400]
954 [400]
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
STD
STD
STD
STD
STD
STD
Steam inlet connection size, in. [mm]
0.5 [13]
0.5 [13]
.5 [13]
.5 [13]
.75 [19]
.75 [19]
Number of steam inlets
1
1
1
1
1
1
Steam required to raise bath LOW
temperature, 10°F, lbs.
MED
[10°C, kg]
HIGH
2.5 [1.1]
3.3 [1.5]
4.6 [2.1]
5.7 [2.6)]
6.7 [3.0]
8.3 [3.8]
2.7 [1.2]
3.7 [1.7]
5.2 [2.4]
6.5 [2.9]
7.8 [3.5]
9.5 [4.3]
3.1 [1.4]
4.1 [1.9]
6.1 [2.8]
7.6 [3.4]
9.1 [4.1]
11.1 [5.0]
2.1 [33.4]
3.1 [49.3]
3.8 [60.4]
4.6 [73.2]
5.8 [92.2]
Drive Train Information
Cylinder Speeds / Centrifugal Force Data
Balance Detection
Stability switch installed
Direct Steam Heating (Optional)
Average consumption per cycle, BHP [kg] 1.6 [25.4]
Electrical Heating (Optional)
Total electrical heating capacity, kW
200V
19.1
19.1
28.6
28.6
N/A
N/A
240V
27.4
27.4
41.2
41.2
N/A
N/A
380V
17.2
17.2
17.2
17.2
34.4
N/A
415V
20.5
20.5
20.5
20.5
41.0
N/A
480V
27.4
27.4
27.4
27.4
54.8
N/A
Number of electrical heating elements
6
6
9/6
9/6
N/A/12
N/A
Electrical heating element size, kW
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
N/A
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Specifications
Time required to raise bath
temperature, min per10°F
[5.5°C]
Noise Emission, dB
45
65
85
105
130
160
LOW
1.7
2.4
2.2
2.8
1.7
N/A
MED
1.9
2.7
2.5
3.2
2.0
N/A
HIGH
2.1
3.0
3.0
3.7
2.3
N/A
Max Extract
80
80
80
80
80
80
Med Extract
73
73
73
73
73
73
Agitate
61
61
61
61
61
61
Table 1
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Machine Dimensions
2
3
AA
Z
II
JJ
BB
CC
DD
EE
FF
GG
1
U
V
HH
4
W
X
Y
R
Q
P
O
N
M
L
5
6
7
8
K
9
J
10
A
B
S
C
T
D
E
11
F
G
H
I
12
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NOTE: UniLinc control model shown.
1. Front View
2. Shell Vent
3. Supply Dispenser
4. Side View
5. Spray Rinse Connection
6. Primary Fill Connections
7. .875 Chem Supply Electrical
8. 1.125 Chem Supply Electrical
9. 1.125 Electrical
10. 1.5000 Electrical
11. Steam Connection
12. Back View
Figure 3
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Machine Dimensions, in. [mm]
45
65
85
105
130
160
A
53.37 [1356]
53.37 [1356]
57.54 [1462]
57.54 [1462]
64.50 [1638]
64.50 [1638]
B
52.99 [1346]
52.99 [1346]
57.92 [1471]
57.92 [1471]
64.88 [1648]
64.88 [1648]
C
49.68 [1262]
49.68 [1262]
54.24 [1378]
54.24 [1378]
61.20 [1554]
61.20 [1554]
D
47.62 [1210]
47.62 [1210]
52.17 [1325]
52.17 [1325]
56.38 [1432]
56.38 [1432]
E
30.48 [774]
30.48 [774]
30.78 [782]
30.78 [782]
29.51 [750]
29.51 [750]
F
14.24 [362]
14.24 [362]
12.28 [312]
12.28 [312]
12.25 [311]
12.25 [311]
G
2.16 [55]
2.16 [55]
2.49 [63]
2.49 [63]
2.90 [74]
2.90 [74]
H
3.58 [91]
3.58 [91]
2.49 [63]
2.49 [63]
2.90 [74]
2.90 [74]
I
7.71 [196]
7.71 [196]
7.71 [196]
7.71 [196]
7.71 [196]
7.71 [196]
J
2.31 [59]
2.31 [59]
2.31 [59]
2.31 [59]
2.31 [59]
2.31 [59]
K
2.83 [72]
2.83 [72]
2.83 [72]
2.83 [72]
2.83 [72]
2.83 [72]
L
4.93 [125]
4.93 [125]
4.93 [125]
4.93 [125]
4.93 [125]
4.93 [125]
M
7.79 [198]
7.79 [198]
8.27 [210]
8.27 [210]
8.27 [210]
8.27 [210]
N
10.41 [264]
10.41 [264]
11.37 [289]
11.37 [289]
11.37 [289]
11.37 [289]
O
14.64 [372]
14.64 [372]
23.05 [585]
23.05 [585]
26.05 [662]
26.05 [662]
P
16.12 [409]
16.12 [409]
23.05 [585]
23.05 [585]
26.05 [662]
26.05 [662]
Q
21.93 [557]
21.93 [557]
27.93 [709]
27.93 [709]
33.93 [862]
33.93 [862]
R
28.81 [732]
28.81 [732]
34.81 [884]
34.81 [884]
40.81 [1037]
40.81 [1037]
S
55.43 [1408]
55.43 [1408]
59.98 [1523]
59.98 [1523]
66.94 [1700]
66.94 [1700]
T
55.84 [1418]
55.84 [1418]
57.42 [1458]
57.42 [1458]
64.38 [1635]
64.38 [1635]
U
1.01 [26]
1.01 [26]
0.88 [22]
0.88 [22]
1.11 [28]
1.11 [28]
V
2.49 [63]
2.49 [63]
1.88 [48]
1.88 [48]
2.16 [55]
2.16 [55]
W
34.24 [870]
34.24 [870]
42.24 [1073]
42.24 [1073]
44.74 [1136]
44.74 [1136]
X
35.63 [905]
41.13 [1045]
48.50 [1232]
48.50 [1232]
51.50 [1308]
51.50 [1308]
Y
44.33 [1126]
49.83 [1266]
51.49 [1308]
56.49 [1435]
54.50 [1384]
60.0 [1524]
Z
64.43 [1637]
64.43 [1637]
69.08 [1755]
69.08 [1755]
76.05 [1932]
76.05 [1932]
AA
33.69 [856]
33.69 [856]
39.45 [1002]
39.45 [1002]
45.68 [1160]
45.68 [1160]
BB
33.69 [856]
33.69 [856]
39.29 [998]
39.29 [998]
42.94 [1091]
42.94 [1091]
CC
28.78 [731]
28.78 [731]
28.78 [731]
28.78 [731]
30.54 [776]
30.54 [776]
DD
28.09 [713]
28.09 [713]
28.09 [713]
28.09 [713]
29.84 [758]
29.84 [758]
EE
20.88 [530]
20.88 [530]
22.62 [575]
22.62 [575]
28.62 [727]
28.62 [727]
FF
30.77 [782]
30.77 [782]
36.77 [934]
36.77 [934]
42.77 [1086]
42.77 [1086]
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Machine Dimensions, in. [mm]
45
65
85
105
130
160
GG
34.12 [867]
34.12 [867]
40.12 [1019]
40.12 [1019]
46.12 [1171]
46.12 [1171]
HH
3.50 [89]
3.50 [89]
3.50 [89]
3.50 [89]
3.50 [89]
3.50 [89]
II
60.94 [1548]
60.94 [1548]
63.88 [1623]
63.88 [1623]
68.90 [1750]
68.90 [1750]
JJ
64.63 [1642]
64.63 [1642]
67.59 [1717]
67.59 [1717]
72.61 [1844]
72.61 [1844]
Table 2
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Mounting Bolt Hole Locations - 45 and
65 Pound Models
Refer to Table 3 .
NOTE: For single machine installations or two machines installed back to back, use the outside bolt
holes marked “A”. For multiple machines installed side
by side with minimum clearance, use the inside bolt
holes marked “B”.
45 and 65 Pound Models
A
B
D
C
E
H
F
M
A
G
B
B
A
N
O
I
P
J
A
B
B
A
K
A
B
B
A
L
1
2
PHM960N_SVG
1. Front of Machine (45)
2. Front of Machine (65)
Figure 4
Machine Capacity Dimensions, in. [mm] - 45 and 65 Pound Models
45
A
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Machine Capacity Dimensions, in. [mm] - 45 and 65 Pound Models
45
65
B
32.24 [819]
32.24 [819]
C
25.48 [647]
25.48 [647]
D
.94 [24]
.94 [24]
E
4.32 [110]
4.32 [110]
F
.94 [24]
.94 [24]
G
1.96 [50]
1.96 [50]
H
3 [76]
3 [76]
I
16 [406]
16 [406]
J
26 [660]
26 [660]
K
33.67 [855]
Not Applicable
L
Not Applicable
42.17 [1071]
35.99 [914]
35.99 [914]
41.41 [1051]
41.41 [1051]
30.08 [764]
30.08 [764]
36.4 [924]
36.4 [924]
M
Outside
N
O
P
Inside
Table 3
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Mounting Bolt Hole Locations - 85 and
105 Pound Models
Refer to Table 4 .
85 and 105 Pound Models
A
B
C
D
F
E
M
H
G
N
O
I
P
J
K
L
1
2
PHM957N
1. Front of Machine (85)
2. Front of Machine (105)
Figure 5
Machine Capacity Dimensions, in. [mm] - 85 and 105 Pound Models
85
105
A
40.12 [1019]
40.12 [1019]
B
38.24 [971]
38.24 [971]
C
28.24 [717]
28.24 [717]
D
5.94 [151]
5.94 [151]
E
5.89 [149]
5.89 [149]
F
.94 [24]
.94 [24]
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Machine Capacity Dimensions, in. [mm] - 85 and 105 Pound Models
85
105
G
2.20 [56]
2.20 [56]
H
3.08 [78]
3.08 [78]
I
18 [457]
18 [457]
J
33.50 [851]
33.50 [851]
K
44.38 [1127]
Not Applicable
L
Not Applicable
49.38 [1254]
42.27 [1074]
42.27 [1074]
50.84 [1291]
50.84 [1291]
33.49 [851]
33.49 [851]
43.82 [1113]
43.82 [1113]
M
Outside
N
O
P
Inside
Table 4
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Mounting Bolt Hole Locations - 130 and
160 Pound Models
Refer to Table 5 .
130 and 160 Pound Models
A
B
D
C
F
E
M
H
G
N
O
I
P
J
K
L
1
2
PHM958N
1. Front of Machine (130)
2. Front of Machine (160)
Figure 6
Machine Capacity Dimensions, in. [mm] - 130 and 160 Pound Models
130
160
A
46.12 [1171]
46.12 [1171]
B
44.24 [1124]
44.24 [1124]
C
34.24 [870]
34.24 [870]
D
5.94 [151]
5.94 [151]
E
5.89 [150]
5.89 [150]
F
.94 [24]
.94 [24]
G
2.20 [56]
2.20 [56]
H
3.31 [84]
3.31 [84]
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Machine Capacity Dimensions, in. [mm] - 130 and 160 Pound Models
130
160
I
18 [457]
18 [457]
J
33.50 [851]
33.50 [851]
K
47.11 [1197]
Not Applicable
L
Not Applicable
52.61 [1336]
47.76 [1213]
47.76 [1213]
55.49 [1409]
55.49 [1409]
43.17 [1097]
43.17 [1097]
47.90 [1217]
47.90 [1217]
M
Outside
N
O
P
Inside
Table 5
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Floor Layout
Dimensional Clearances - Side by Side Mount
1
A
2
2
3
4
5
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
B
5
PHM819N_SVG
Wall
Rear of Base
Machine 1
Machine 2
Front of Base
Figure 7
Dimensional Clearances, in. [mm] - Side by Side Mount
Specifications
A
Distance to wall (minimum)
B
Adjacent unit spacing (minimum)
45-160
20 [508]
Standard
18 [457]
Narrow*
12 [305]
Ultra-narrow*
6 [153]
* Requires additional concrete depth and rebar. Refer to Machine Installation.
Table 6
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Dimensional Clearances - Back to Back Mount
1
B
2
3
A
5
3
4
1
B
PHM810N_SVG
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Front of Base
Machine 2
Rear of Base
Machine 1
Edge of Concrete Pad or Wall
Figure 8
Dimensional Clearances, in. [mm] - Back to Back Mount
Specifications
45-105
130-160
A
Distance to back edge of machine 2 (minimum)
20 [508]
20 [508]
B
Adjacent wall spacing
(minimum)
Standard
12 [305]
16 [407]
Narrow*
9 [226]
9 [226]
Ultra-narrow*
6 [153]
6 [153]
* Requires additional concrete depth and rebar. Refer to Machine Installation.
Table 7
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Mounting Bolt Pattern
A
H
B
C
1
G
F
I
J
E
K
L
D
2
PHM938N
1. Rear of Machine
2. Front of Machine
Figure 9
Models
Required Bolts
Optional Bolts *
45-65
A-F
G-L
85-105
A-H
I-L
130-160
A-J
K-L
* For further reduction of vibration
Table 8
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Single Machine Foundation Requirements
Isolated Pad Installation
A minimum 3500 psi (refer to rating per supplier) reinforced concrete set on a prepared bed is required for all new machine installations.
NOTE: Do not mount on metal base frames, wooden
floors, tile floors, elevated floor levels, or over basements or crawl spaces because of the high extract
speed and the G-forces exerted.
Thoroughness of detail must be stressed with all foundation work
to ensure a stable unit installation, eliminating possibilities of excessive vibration during extract.
This type of installation is NOT recommended. Installer MUST
consult a Structural Engineer for concrete specifications and requirements for installations that will not be tied into adjacent
foundations.
IMPORTANT: The above instructions and recommendations are conservative specifications for a typical installation based on consultations with a structural engineer. Alliance Laundry Systems stands behind all installations meeting these specifications. For alternate
installation specifications based on your soil type, location, building structure, unique floor geometry, machine types, and utilities, consult a structural engineer
in your local area.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, serious injury, property
damage and/or death, install the machine on a level
(within 3/8 inch), uncovered concrete floor of sufficient strength at grade.
W787
For new foundations a mounting bolt template is available at extra cost or use machine base if available.
The machine must be anchored to a smooth level surface so that
the entire base of the machine is supported and rests on the
mounting surface.
IMPORTANT: Do not permanently support the machine
on only four points with spacers. Grouting is required
and spacers must be removed.
Machine Installation on Existing Floor
The existing floor slab must be reinforced concrete without voids
under slab and meet depth requirements per Table 1. If the floor
meets these requirements and an elevated pad is NOT desired, refer to Figure 1 and proceed to Machine Mounting and Grouting
section.
Elevated Pad Installation on Existing Floor
The existing floor slab must be 6 inches [152 mm] thick reinforced concrete without voids under slab. If the slab meets these
requirements and an elevated pad is desired, refer to Figure 2 and
proceed to Machine Foundation and Pad Installation section.
New Foundation
If the existing floor slab does not meet the single machine foundation requirements, refer to Figure 3 and proceed to Machine
Foundation and Pad Installation section.
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Machine Foundation and Pad Installation
A concrete pad may be constructed to elevate a machine. Care must be exercised in the design of the pad due to the force exerted by
the machine during extract. This concrete pad, recommended not to exceed 8 inches [203 mm] above existing floor, must be placed,
reinforced with rebar and tied to the existing floor. Refer to Table 9 , Figure 1, Figure 2 and Figure 3 for multiple machine installations.
Model
45
65
85-105
130-160
Minimum Foundation, in. [mm]
Thickness*
L-speed
6 [152]
6 [152]
N/A
N/A
M-speed
6 [152]
8 [203]
12 [305]
12 [305]
V-speed
12 [305]
12 [305]
12 [305]
12 [305]
L-speed
12 [305]
12 [305]
N/A
N/A
M-speed
12 [305]
14 [356]
18 [457]
18 [457]
V-speed
18 [457]
18 [457]
18 [457]
18 [457]
Minimum Excavation, in. [mm]
Depth
Minimum Pad Size, in. [mm]
Single machine (WxD)
60 x 60 [1524 x 1524]
65.12 x 67.75 [1654 74.25 x 80 [1886 x
x 1721]
2032]
Two machines, Side-by-side (WxD)
98 x 60 [2489 mm x 1524 mm]
123.25 x 67.75
[3131 x 1721]
Two machines, Back-to-back (WxD)
60 x 106 [1524 x 2692]
65.12 x 135.5 [1654 74.25 x 160 [1886 x
x 3442]
4064]
Three machines, Side-by-side (WxD)
138 x 60 [3505 x 1524]
181.37 x 67.75
[4607 x 1721]
138.38 x 80 [3515 x
2032]
202.5 x 80 [5144 x
2032]
* Installing additional concrete mass (thicker foundation) will further reduce vibration and install risk.
Table 9
IMPORTANT: Do NOT install a pad on top of the existing floor. The foundation and pad must be constructed and
tied together as one piece.
If the existing floor is not reinforced concrete at least 12 inches [305 mm] thick, an elevated pad is desired or multiple machines are to
be installed, the following steps must be performed (refer to Figure 1 , Figure 2 and Figure 3):
1. Cut a hole larger on all sides than the machine base through
5. Compact backfill, making sure to allow for correct concrete
the existing floor, refer to Table 9 .
thickness.
2. Excavate to a depth as indicated in Table 9 from the top of the 6. Drill holes (refer to manufacturer’s requirements for drill hole
existing floor.
size) for the perimeter reinforcing bar at a depth of 2.5 inches
[64
mm] into the existing floor. The reinforcing should be 12
3. If installing a foundation with elevated pad, prepare a form
inches
[305 mm] on center each way around entire perimeter.
for the above-ground portion of the foundation. Verify that
the top of the foundation is level. The height of the foundation 7. Clean out debris from each reinforcing bar hole.
pad must not exceed 8 inches [203 mm] above the existing
8. Fill half the hole depth with acrylic adhesive.
floor.
9. Using #4 [60 ksi] reinforcing bar, tie new pad to existing floor
4. Backfill with clean fill dirt.
making sure to tie reinforcing bars at the intersections and us-
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ing proper reinforcing bar supports to hold bars at the proper
depth in the pad.
10. Allow adhesive around reinforcing bar to cure properly, refer
to adhesive manufacturer for recommended cure times.
11. Completely fill with 3500 psi concrete up to the existing
foundation level plus any added level (maximum of 8 inch
[203 mm]) for the desired elevated pad. The concrete must be
poured so that the entire foundation and pad cures as one
piece.
12. Allow concrete to cure, refer to manufacturer’s recommended
cure times.
13. Using a mounting bolt template or machine base, mark where
the holes should be drilled to mount the machine.
NOTE: As an alternate method, cast in the Grade 5
(minimum SAE rating), .75 inch [19 mm] anchor
bolts as the concrete is poured, refer to Figure 14 .
Ensure that the bolt threads extend a minimum of
2.75 inches [70 mm] above floor level and a minimum of 6 inches [152 mm] of the bolt is embedded
in concrete.
14. Proceed to Machine Mounting and Grouting section.
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Machine Installation
Existing Floor (refer to Table 1)
1
A
2
PHM814N_SVG
1. Existing Floor with 3500 PSI (minimum) Concrete
2. Compacted Fill (minimum 6 in. [152 mm])
Figure 10
Existing Floor, in. [mm]
L-speed,
45 (Mspeed)
Description
A
Required thickness of existing
floor (minimum)
65 (Mspeed)
45-65
(Vspeed)
85-105
Standard*
6 [152]
8 [203]
12 [305]
12 [305]
Narrow*
8 [203]
10 [254]
14 [356]
14 [356]
130-160
12 [305]
14 [356](Sideby-side)
18 [457](Backto-back)
Ultra-narrow*
10 [254]
12 [305]
16 [406]
16 [406]
20 [508](Sideby-side)
20 [508](Backto-back)
* Refer to Floor Layout.
Table 10
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Elevated Pad (refer to Table 2)
B
2
C
3
1
A
4
D
5
E
PHM852N_SVG
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Existing Floor
3500 PSI (minimum) Concrete
Reinforcing Bar
Perimeter Reinforcing Bar
Compacted Fill (minimum 6 in. [152 mm])
Figure 11
Elevated Pad, in. [mm]
L-speed,
45 (Mspeed)
Description
65 (Mspeed)
45-65
(Vspeed)
85-105
130-160
A
Height of elevated pad above floor 8 [203]
(maximum)
8 [203]
8 [203]
8 [203]
8 [203]
B
Distance between
reinforcing bars
(maximum)
Standard*
12 [305]
12 [305]
12 [305]
12 [305]
12 [305]
Narrow*
6 [152]
6 [152]
6 [152]
6 [152]
6 [152]
Ultra-narrow*
6 [152]
6 [152]
6 [152]
6 [152]
6 [152]
C
Length of reinforcing bar extending into existing Floor (minimum)
2.5 [64]
2.5 [64]
2.5 [64]
2.5 [64]
2.5 [64]
D
Total depth of
foundation (concrete plus 6 in.
[152 mm] fill)
(minimum)
Standard*
12 [305]
14 [356]
18 [457]
18 [457]
18 [457]
Narrow*
14 [356]
16 [406]
20 [508]
20 [508]
20 [508](Sideby-side)
24 [610](Backto-back)
Ultra-narrow*
16 [406]
18 [457]
22 [559]
22 [559]
26 [660](Sideby-side)
26 [660](Backto-back)
E
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floor (minimum)
6 [152]
6 [152]
6 [152]
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L-speed,
45 (Mspeed)
Description
65 (Mspeed)
45-65
(Vspeed)
85-105
130-160
* Refer to Floor Layout.
Table 11
Tie-in to Existing Floor (refer to Table 3)
1
4
2
C
A
3
D
B
5
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
CHM2390N_SVG
Existing Floor
3500 PSI (minimum) Concrete
Reinforcing Bar
Perimeter Reinforcing Bar
Compacted Fill (minimum 6 in. [152 mm])
Figure 12
Tie-in to Existing Floor, in. [mm]
L-speed,
45 (Mspeed)
Description
65 (Mspeed)
45-65
(Vspeed)
85-105
130-160
A
Required thickness of existing
floor (minimum)
6 [152]
6 [152]
6 [152]
6 [152]
6 [152]
B
Total depth of
foundation (concrete plus 6 in.
[152 mm] fill)
(minimum)
Standard*
12 [305]
14 [356]
18 [457]
18 [457]
18 [457]
Narrow*
14 [356]
16 [406]
20 [508]
20 [508]
20 [508](Sideby-side)
24 [610](Backto-back)
Ultra-narrow*
16 [406]
18 [457]
22 [559]
22 [559]
22 [559](Sideby-side)
26 [660](Backto-back)
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Tie-in to Existing Floor, in. [mm]
L-speed,
45 (Mspeed)
Description
C
D
Distance between
reinforcing bars
(maximum)
65 (Mspeed)
45-65
(Vspeed)
85-105
130-160
Standard*
12 [305]
12 [305]
12 [305]
12 [305]
12 [305]
Narrow*
6 [152]
6 [152]
6 [152]
6 [152]
6 [152]
Ultra-narrow*
6 [152]
6 [152]
6 [152]
6 [152]
6 [152]
Length of reinforcing bar extending into existing floor (minimum)
2.5 [64]
2.5 [64]
2.5 [64]
2.5 [64]
2.5 [64]
* Refer to Floor Layout.
Table 12
Machine Mounting and Grouting
NOTE: After the concrete has cured completely and the
cast-in-place method was used, refer to Figure 14 and
proceed to step 7. If acrylic adhesive anchors are desired, refer to Figure 13 and proceed with step 1 after
concrete has cured completely.
1. Refer to Figure 13 to set the drill depth gauge.
2. Drill the holes to the set depth.
3. Use compressed air or squeeze bulb to clean out debris from
each hole. Use a vacuum to remove fine dust.
4. Fill half the hole depth with an industry-accepted adhesive anchoring system.
5. Insert anchor bolt until it reaches the bottom and a minimum
of 2.75 in. [70 mm] extends above surface and a minimum of
6 inches [152 mm] is embedded in concrete.
6. Ensure all air pockets are removed from adhesive surrounding
the bolt.
7. Allow adhesive around bolt to cure completely.
IMPORTANT: Refer to bolt manufacturer’s recommended adhesive cure times.
8. Remove shipping materials and place the machine carefully
over the bolts. Never attempt to lift the machine by the door
handle or by pushing on the cover panels. Always insert a pry
bar or other lifting device under the bottom frame of the machine to move it.
9. Raise and level the machine 0.5 inch [12.7 mm] off the floor
on four corners, using spacers such as nut fasteners.
WARNING
Crush hazard. To avoid personal injury and/or
property damage, do not tip the machine more
than 25 degrees in any direction.
W793
10. Following the manufacturer's instructions, mix a good quality
non-shrinking machinery precision grout. The grout should
not be too runny or too dry and should flow into place easily.
Completely fill the space between the machine base and the
floor with grout to ensure a stable installation. Grout completely under frame (if bolted with inside pattern, remove
front panel and back panel to gain access to all frame members). Refer to Figure 15 . Force grout under machine base
until all voids are filled.
IMPORTANT: Minimum Grade 5, SAE rating, flat
washers and minimum Grade 5, SAE rating, serrated
hex flange locknuts are the recommended hardware
for anchoring machine to bolts.
11. Position the flat washers and locknuts on the anchor bolts and
finger-tighten to machine base.
12. Allow machine grout to set (stiffen), but not cure.
13. Remove the spacers carefully, allowing the machine to settle into the wet grout. Pack any remaining voids with grout.
14. After the grout is completely cured, torque the locknuts to 160
± 16 ft.-lbs. – one after the other – until all are tightened evenly and the machine is fastened securely to the floor.
IMPORTANT: Refer to recommended grout cure
times from manufacturer before torquing locknuts.
NOTE: Check and retighten the locknuts after five to
ten days of operation and every month thereafter.
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Acrylic Adhesive Anchors (refer to Table 13 )
Cast-in-place Anchors (refer to Table 13 )
B
B
C
C
1
1
2
2
3
A
A
4
D
3
D
5
4
7
5
6
E
PHM811N_SVG
NOTE: *Available for purchase through the distributer
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Machine Frame Base
Grout
Acrylic Adhesive*
Anchor Bolt* (minimum Grade 5 SAE rating)
Concrete
1.
2.
3.
4.
E
PHM809N_SVG
Machine Frame Base
Grout
Anchor Bolt (minimum Grade 5 SAE rating)
Concrete
Figure 14
Figure 13
Minimum Anchoring Specifications, in. [mm]
A
Bolt Length
8.75 [22]
B
Thread Extension (minimum)
2.75 [70]
C
Bolt Diameter
3/4 [19]
D
Embedment Depth
6 [152]
E
Distance from Bolt Center to Edge of Concrete Pad
12 [305]
Table 13
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Floor Load Data
Floor Load Data
Specifications
45
65
85
105
130
160
Static load, lb [kN]
1280 [5.7]
1350 [6.0]
1990 [8.9]
2100 [9.3]
2540 [11.3]
2670 [11.9]
Static pressure, lb/ft2 [kN/m2]
158 [7.6]
167 [8.0]
170 [8.1]
179 [8.6]
178 [8.5]
187 [9.0]
Maximum dynamic load, lb
[kN]
2700 [12]
2700 [12]
3300 [14.5]
3300 [14.5]
4200 [18.7]
4200 [18.7]
Maximum dynamic pressure,
lb/ft2 [kN/m2]
470 [22.5]
480 [23.0]
446 [21.4]
457 [21.9]
469 [22.5]
479 [22.9]
Dynamic load
frequency, Hz
L-Speed
7.95
7.95
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
M-Speed
11.25
11.25
9.9
9.9
9.7
N/A
V-Speed
15.9
15.9
12.8
12.8
11.8
11.8
3980 [17.7]
4050 [18.0]
5290 [23.5]
5400 [24]
6740 [30]
6870 [30.6]
8480 [37.7]
8480 [37.7]
10700 [14.5]
10700 [14.5]
15000 [20.3]
15000 [20.3]
1Maximum
vertical load,
Maximum base moment, lb-ft
[kN-m]
1
Acting in the downward direction against the floor.
Table 14
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Drain Connection Requirements
Drain Trough System
1
Direct Drain System
3
1
2
2
9
4
3
4
8
PHM860N_SVG
1.
2.
3.
4.
Drain Pipe
Vent
Trap (if required by local code)
Sewer Line
Figure 15
All drain systems must be vented to prevent an air lock and to
prevent siphoning.
Refer to Figure 15 .
IMPORTANT: Machines must be installed in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
If proper drain size is not available or practical, a surge tank is
required. A surge tank along with a sump pump should be used
when gravity drainage is not possible.
Increasing the drain hose length, installing elbows, or causing
bends will decrease drain flow rate and increase drain times, impairing machine performance.
5
7
6
PHM830N_SVG
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Rear of Machine
Drain Pipe
Overflow Pipe (optional)
Steel Grate
Drain Trough
Strainer
Waste Line
1 in. [25 mm] minimum gap
3 in. [76 mm] minimum gap
Figure 16
Refer to Table 16 for capacity-specific drain information.
NOTE: Installation of additional machines will require
proportionately larger drain connections. Refer to Table
17 .
IMPORTANT: Do not block the machine overflow opening.
If water or suds flow from the machine overflow vent and the
machine has been verified to be operating properly with proper
water levels and correct amount of laundry chemicals, a drain
line or an extension may be added to the machine overflow vent
and routed to a drain trough.
1. To build a drain line, route the drain pipe from the machine
overflow vent to a drain trough. As an option, the drain pipe
can instead be routed straight across or down and be suspended above drain trough by at least 3 inches [76 mm].
2. To build an extension to the overflow vent, secure a section of
drain pipe to the vent, facing upward, that extends no higher
than the recommended height above the edge of the vent elbow. Refer to Figure 17 and Table 15 .
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Refer to Table 15 .
Vent Extension (maximum), in. [mm]
A
Height
45-65
A
85-150
4 [102]
130-160
3.5 [89]
8.25 [210]
Table 15
1
3. Secure the drain pipe with the hose clamp.
IMPORTANT: Do not route the machine overflow to a
direct drain system.
PHM898N_SVG1
1. Overflow Vent
Figure 17
Drain Information
Specifications
45
65
Drain connection size,
O.D., in. [mm] with second drain:
3 [76]
3 [76]
Number of drain outlets
1
1
85
3 [76]
105
3 [76]
130
3 [76]
2 (UniLinc)
2 (UniLinc)
2 (UniLinc)
1 (M30)
1 (M30)
1 (M30)
160
3 [76]
2
Drain flow capacity, gal/
min. [l/min.]
55 [208]
55 [208]
120 [454]
120 [454]
140 [530]
140 [530]
Recommended drain pit
size, ft3 [l] †
5 [142]
6 [170]
8 [227]
10 [283]
12 [340]
14.5 [411]
†Sized for one machine using overflow level.
Table 16
Drain Line Sizing/Minimum Drain I.D., in. [mm]
Number of Machines
Model
1
2
3
4
45-65
3 [76]
4 [102]
6 [152]
6 [152]
85-160
4 [102]
6 [152]
6 [152]
8 [203]
Table 17
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Water Connection
Maximum water inlet temperature is 190 °Fahrenheit [ 88 °Celsius].
Connections should be supplied by hot and cold water lines of at
least the sizes shown in the Water Supply Line Sizing table. Installation of additional machines will require proportionately
larger water lines. Refer to Table 19 .
WARNING
To prevent personal injury, avoid contact with inlet
water temperatures higher than 125° Fahrenheit [51°
Celsius] and hot surfaces.
W748
Water Supply Information
Specifications
45-65
85-105
130-160
Number of main fill water inlets
2
2
2
Main fill and spray rinse (UniLinc only) inlet size
at machine, in. [mm]
3/4 [19]
3/4 [19]
1 [25]
End of factory supplied
hose
Size, in. [mm]
3/4 [19]
3/4 [19]
1 [25]
Thread Pitch, GHT
[BSPP]
3/4 x 11.5 [3/4 x 14]
3/4 x 11.5 [3/4 x 14]
1 x 11.5 [1 x 14]
Number of spray rinse water inlets (UniLinc only)
2
2
2
Spray rinse water inlet size (UniLinc only), in.
[mm]
3/4 [19]
3/4 [19]
3/4 [19]
Required pressure, (min. - max. psi [bar])
20 – 85 [1.4 – 5.7]
30 - 85 [2 - 5.7]
30 - 85 [2 - 5.7]
Inlet flow capacity for main fill (warm fill at 85 psi, 45 [170]
both inlet valves open), gal/min [l/min]
45 [118]
54 [204]
Inlet flow capacity for spray rinse (warm fill at 85
psi, both inlet valves open), gal/min [l/min]
22 [83]
22 [83]
22 [83]
Table 18
To connect water service to machine with rubber hoses, use the
following procedure:
Suitable air cushions [risers] should be installed in supply lines to
prevent “hammering.” Refer to Figure 18 .
1. Before installing hoses, flush the water system for at least two
minutes.
2. Check filters in the machine’s inlet hoses for proper fit and
cleanliness before connecting.
3. Hang the hoses in a large loop; do not allow them to kink.
Connect machine to a backflow preventer (vacuum breaker) before connecting to the public water main in all countries where
local regulations require specific water approval certificates.
If additional hose lengths are needed or using hoses other than
those supplied by manufacturer, flexible hoses with screen filters
are required.
Lower pressures will increase fill times.
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1
2
3
4
5
PHM831N_SVG
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Air Cushions (Risers)
Water Supply Faucets
Double Check Valves
Filters
Hoses
Figure 18
Water Supply Line Sizing
Number
of Machines
Model
45-65
85-105
130-160
Supply Line Size, in.
[mm]
Main
Hot/Cold
1
1.25 [32]
1 [25]
2
2 [50]
1.25 [32]
3
2 [50]
1.5 [38]
4
2.5 [64]
2 [50]
1
1.5 [40]
1 [25]
2
2 [50]
1.5 [40]
3
2.5 [65]
2 [50]
4
3 [80]
2 [50]
1
2 [50]
1.25 [32]
2
2.5 [65]
2 [50]
3
3 [80]
2 [50]
4
3.5 [90]
2.5 [65]
Table 19
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Electrical Installation Requirements
•
IMPORTANT: Electrical ratings are subject to change.
Refer to serial decal for electrical ratings information
specific to your machine.
DANGER
Electrical shock hazard will result in death or serious
injury. Disconnect electric power and wait five (5) minutes before servicing.
W810
WARNING
Input voltage is above 240V or 480V, phase to ground voltage
exceeds 125% of normal line to line voltage, or 240V open
delta configuration (stinger leg). Contact the distributor or the
manufacturer for assistance.
On variable-speed models, the inverter drive provides thermal
overload protection for the drive motor. However, a separate
three-phase circuit breaker must be installed for complete electrical overload protection. This prevents damage to the motor by
disconnecting all legs if one should be lost accidentally. Check
the nameplate on the back of the machine for recommended circuit breaker requirements size.
IMPORTANT: Do NOT use fuses in place of a circuit
breaker.
CAUTION
Dangerous voltages are present inside the machine.
Only qualified personnel should attempt adjustments
and troubleshooting. Disconnect power from the machine before removing any cover and guards, and
before attempting any service procedures.
W736
WARNING
Hazardous Voltage. Can cause shock, burn or death.
Verify that a ground wire from a proven earth ground
is connected to the lug near the input power block
on this machine.
W360
Do not use a phase adder on any variable-speed machine.
SW037
The machine should be connected to an individual branch circuit
not shared with lighting or other equipment.
The connection should be shielded in a liquid-tight or approved
flexible conduit with proper conductors of correct size installed
in accordance with the National Electric Code or other applicable
codes. The connection must be made by a qualified electrician
using the wiring diagram provided with the machine, or according to accepted European standards for equipment labeled with
the CE mark.
Refer to serial plate for recommended circuit breaker size and determine wire size based on local code requirements.
Electrical connections are made at the rear of the machine. The
machine must be connected to the proper electrical supply shown
on the identification plate attached to the rear of the machine, using copper conductors only.
Refer to serial plate for recommended circuit breaker size and determine wire sizes for runs up to 50 feet [15.24 meters]. Use next
larger size for runs of 50 to 100 feet [15.24 to 30.48 meters]. Use
2 sizes larger for runs greater than 100 feet [30.48 meters].
IMPORTANT: Alliance Laundry Systems warranty does
not cover components that fail as a result of improper
input voltage.
For personal safety and for proper operation, the machine must
be grounded in accordance with state and local codes. If such codes are not available, grounding must conform with the National
Electric Code, article 250 [current edition] or accepted European
standards for equipment labeled with the CE mark. The ground
connection must be made to a proven earth ground, not to conduit
or water pipes. Refer to Figure 19 and Figure 20 .
Make sure the correct transformer jumper (208 Volt or 240 Volt)
is in place. Refer to the “optional” Electrical Service Conversion
label located on the back of the machine near the electrical service input for machine electrical requirements.
AC inverter drives require a clean power supply free from voltage spikes and surges. Use voltage monitor to check incoming
power.
The following conditions require corrective action, contact the local utility to adjust the voltage.
•
If the local utility cannot adjust the input voltage, install a
buckboost transformer to lower the input voltage.
WARNING
Electrically heated machines DO NOT require dual
power sources. Do not connect customer power or
customer load to the Internal Load Distribution terminal block. Refer to the machine electrical schematic for details.
W759
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Machines with Electric Heat
2
L1
L2
1
L3
SERVICE
GROUND
CHASIS
3
TB1
PHM700N_SVG
1. Grounding Lug: Connect to proven earth ground
2. Customer Input Power Terminals
3. Internal Load Distribution - DO NOT connect customer
power source or load.
Figure 19
Machines without Electric Heat
1
SERVICE
GROUND
2
CHASIS
L1
L2
L3
TB1
PHM721N_SVG
1. Grounding Lug: Connect to proven earth ground
2. Customer Input Power Terminals
Figure 20
Machines can be converted for lower voltage operation and/or 50
Hz operation. Refer to conversion label by serial plate for details.
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North American Approval
Machines can be converted for lower voltage operation and/or 50
Hz operation. Refer to conversion label by nameplate for details.
45 Pound Capacity Models - North American Approval
Voltage Designation
Codes
Voltage
Specifications
Cycle
Phase
Full
Load
Amps
Wire
Circuit
Breaker
*AWG
*mm2
L-Speed Models
X
200–240
50/60
1/3
2/3
8/6
15
14
2.5
X
200–240
50/60
1/3
2/3
11/8
15
14
2.5
Q
200–240
50/60
3
3
71
80
4
25.0
440–480
50/60
3
3
5
15
14
2.5
36
40
8
10.0
6
15
14
2.5
32
40
8
10.0
M-Speed Models
N
Standard
Electric
Heat
P
Standard
380–415
50/60
3
3
Electric
Heat
V-Speed Models
X
Q
Standard
200–240
50/60
1/3
2/3
15/9
20/15
12/14
4.0/2.5
200–240
50/60
3
3
9
15
14
2.5
71
80
4
25.0
6
15
14
2.5
36
40
8
10.0
7
15
14
2.5
32
40
8
10.0
Electric
Heat
N
Standard
440–480
50/60
3
3
Electric
Heat
P
Standard
380–415
50/60
3
3
Electric
Heat
Wire sizing listed in this table is based on Article 310, Table 310.16 of the NEC; at 104°F [40°C] ambient temperature. Follow your
local electrical codes. Use only copper conductors, rated for 194ºF [90°C] or higher, type THHN or better. No more than three current carrying conductors per raceway. Contact your local Authority having jurisdiction if you have questions. Circuit breakers should
be UL 489 listed or better. Single phase circuit breakers for single phase machines only; three phase circuit breakers for all others.
Table 20
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65 Pound Capacity Models - North American Approval
Voltage Designation
Codes
Voltage
Specifications
Cycle
Phase
Full
Load
Amps
Wire
Circuit
Breaker
*AWG
*mm2
L-Speed Models
X
200–240
50/60
1/3
2/3
12/7
15
14
2.5
X
200–240
50/60
1/3
2/3
16/9
20/15
12/14
4.0/2.5
Q
200–240
50/60
3
3
71
80
4
25.0
440–480
50/60
3
3
6
15
14
2.5
37
40
8
10.0
7
15
14
2.5
33
40
8
10.0
M-Speed Models
N
Standard
Electric
Heat
P
Standard
380–415
50/60
3
3
Electric
Heat
V-Speed Models
X
Q
Standard
200–240
50/60
1/3
2/3
16/10
20/15
12/14
4.0/2.5
200–240
50/60
3
3
10
15
14
2.5
71
80
4
25.0
7
15
14
2.5
37
40
8
10.0
8
15
14
2.5
33
40
8
10.0
Electric
Heat
N
Standard
440–480
50/60
3
3
Electric
Heat
P
Standard
380–415
50/60
3
3
Electric
Heat
Wire sizing listed in this table is based on Article 310, Table 310.16 of the NEC; at 104°F [40°C] ambient temperature. Follow your
local electrical codes. Use only copper conductors, rated for 194ºF [90°C] or higher, type THHN or better. No more than three current carrying conductors per raceway. Contact your local Authority having jurisdiction if you have questions. Circuit breakers should
be UL 489 listed or better. Single phase circuit breakers for single phase machines only; three phase circuit breakers for all others.
Table 21
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Voltage Designation
Codes
Voltage
Specifications
Cycle
Phase
Full
Load
Amps
Wire
Circuit
Breaker
*AWG
*mm2
M-Speed
Q
Standard
220–240
50/60
3
3
Electric
Heat
N
Standard
440–480
50/60
3
3
Electric
Heat
P
Standard
380–415
50/60
3
3
Electric
Heat
14
20
12
4
105
110
2
35
9
15
14
2.5
39
40
8
10
9
15
14
2.5
35
40
8
10
16
20
12
4
105
110
2
35
10
15
14
2.5
39
40
8
10
10
15
14
2.5
35
40
8
10
V-Speed Models
Q
Standard
200–240
50/60
3
3
Electric
Heat
N
Standard
440–480
50/60
3
3
Electric
Heat
P
Standard
380–415
50/60
3
3
Electric
Heat
Wire sizing listed in this table is based on Article 310, Table 310.16 of the NEC; at 104°F [40°C] ambient temperature. Follow your
local electrical codes. Use only copper conductors, rated for 194ºF [90°C] or higher, type THHN or better. No more than three current carrying conductors per raceway. Contact your local Authority having jurisdiction if you have questions. Circuit breakers should
be UL 489 listed or better. Single phase circuit breakers for single phase machines only; three phase circuit breakers for all others.
Table 22
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105 Pound Capacity Models - North American Approval
Voltage Designation
Codes
Voltage
Specifications
Cycle
Phase
Full
Load
Amps
Wire
Circuit
Breaker
*AWG
*mm2
M-Speed
Q
Standard
220–240
50/60
3
3
Electric
Heat
N
Standard
440–480
50/60
3
3
Electric
Heat
P
Standard
380–415
50/60
3
3
Electric
Heat
14
20
12
4
108
110
2
35
9
15
14
2.5
40
50
8
10
9
15
14
2.5
36
40
8
10
16
20
12
4
108
110
2
35
10
15
14
2.5
40
50
8
10
10
15
14
2.5
36
40
8
10
V-Speed Models
Q
Standard
200–240
50/60
3
3
Electric
Heat
N
Standard
440–480
50/60
3
3
Electric
Heat
P
Standard
380–415
50/60
3
3
Electric
Heat
Wire sizing listed in this table is based on Article 310, Table 310.16 of the NEC; at 104°F [40°C] ambient temperature. Follow your
local electrical codes. Use only copper conductors, rated for 194ºF [90°C] or higher, type THHN or better. No more than three current carrying conductors per raceway. Contact your local Authority having jurisdiction if you have questions. Circuit breakers should
be UL 489 listed or better. Single phase circuit breakers for single phase machines only; three phase circuit breakers for all others.
Table 23
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130 Pound Capacity Models - North American Approval
Voltage Designation
Codes
Voltage
Specifications
Cycle
Phase
Wire
Full
Load
Amps
Circuit
Breaker
*AWG
*mm2
M-Speed
Q
220–240
50/60
3
3
16
20
12
4
N
440–480
50/60
3
3
10
15
14
2.5
P
380–415
50/60
3
3
10
15
14
2.5
200–240
50/60
3
3
21
30
10
6
440–480
50/60
3
3
12
15
14
2.5
74
80
4
25
12
15
14
2.5
65
70
4
25
V-Speed Models
Q
N
Standard
Electric
Heat
P
Standard
380–415
50/60
3
3
Electric
Heat
Wire sizing listed in this table is based on Article 310, Table 310.16 of the NEC; at 104°F [40°C] ambient temperature. Follow your
local electrical codes. Use only copper conductors, rated for 194ºF [90°C] or higher, type THHN or better. No more than three current carrying conductors per raceway. Contact your local Authority having jurisdiction if you have questions. Circuit breakers should
be UL 489 listed or better. Single phase circuit breakers for single phase machines only; three phase circuit breakers for all others.
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160 Pound Capacity Models - North American Approval
Voltage Designation
Codes
Voltage
Specifications
Cycle
Phase
Wire
Full
Load
Amps
Circuit
Breaker
*AWG
*mm2
V-Speed Models
Q
200–240
50/60
3
3
22
30
10
6
N
440–480
50/60
3
3
12
15
14
2.5
P
380–415
50/60
3
3
12
15
14
2.5
Wire sizing listed in this table is based on Article 310, Table 310.16 of the NEC; at 104°F [40°C] ambient temperature. Follow your
local electrical codes. Use only copper conductors, rated for 194ºF [90°C] or higher, type THHN or better. No more than three current carrying conductors per raceway. Contact your local Authority having jurisdiction if you have questions. Circuit breakers should
be UL 489 listed or better. Single phase circuit breakers for single phase machines only; three phase circuit breakers for all others.
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CE Approval
Machines can be converted for lower voltage operation and/or 50
Hz operation. Refer to conversion label by nameplate for details.
45 Pound Capacity Models - CE Approval
Voltage Designation
Code
Voltage
Specifications
Cycle
Phase
Full
Load
Amps
Wire
Circuit
Breaker
mm2
L-Speed Models
X
200–240
50/60
1/3
2/3
11/7
16/10
2.5
X
200–240
50/60
1/3
2/3
11/8
16/10
2.5
Q
220–240
50/60
3
3
71
80
25
440-480
50/60
3
3
7
10
2.5
36
40
10
7
10
2.5
32
40
10
M-Speed Models
N
Standard
Electric Heat
P
Standard
380-415
50/60
3
3
Electric Heat
V-Speed Models
X
Q
Standard
200–240
50/60
1/3
2/3
17/11
20/16
2.5
220–240
50/60
3
3
11
16
2.5
71
80
25
7
10
2.5
36
40
10
7
10
2.5
32
40
4
Electric Heat
N
Standard
440-480
50/60
3
3
Electric Heat
P
Standard
380-415
50/60
3
Electric Heat
3
Wire sizing listed in this table is based on Article 310, Table 310.16 of the NEC; at 104°F [40°C] ambient temperature. Follow your
local electrical codes. Use only copper conductors, rated for 194ºF [90°C] or higher, type THHN or better. No more than three current carrying conductors per raceway. Contact your local Authority having jurisdiction if you have questions. Circuit breakers should
be UL 489 listed or better. Single phase circuit breakers for single phase machines only; three phase circuit breakers for all others.
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65 Pound Capacity Models - CE Approval
Voltage Designation
Code
Voltage
Specifications
Cycle
Phase
Full
Load
Amps
Wire
Circuit
Breaker
mm2
L-Speed Models
X
200–240
50
1/3
2/3
12/7
16/10
2.5
X
200–240
50/60
1/3
2/3
17/9
20/10
2.5
Q
220–240
50/60
3
3
71
80
25
440-480
50/60
3
3
7
10
2.5
37
40
10
7
10
10
33
40
10
M-Speed Models
N
Standard
Electric Heat
P
Standard
380-415
50/60
3
3
Electric Heat
V-Speed Models
X
Q
Standard
200–240
50/60
1/3
2/3
17/11
20/16
2.5
220–240
50/60
3
3
11
16
2.5
71
80
25
7
10
2.5
37
40
10
8
10
2.5
33
40
10
Electric Heat
N
Standard
440-480
50/60
3
3
Electric Heat
P
Standard
380-415
50/60
3
Electric Heat
3
Wire sizing listed in this table is based on Article 310, Table 310.16 of the NEC; at 104°F [40°C] ambient temperature. Follow your
local electrical codes. Use only copper conductors, rated for 194ºF [90°C] or higher, type THHN or better. No more than three current carrying conductors per raceway. Contact your local Authority having jurisdiction if you have questions. Circuit breakers should
be UL 489 listed or better. Single phase circuit breakers for single phase machines only; three phase circuit breakers for all others.
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85 Pound Capacity Models - CE Approval
Voltage Designation
Code
Voltage
Specifications
Cycle
Phase
Full
Load
Amps
Wire
Circuit
Breaker
mm2
M and V-Speed Models
Q
Standard
220-240
50/60
3
3
Electric Heat
N
Standard
440-480
50/60
3
3
Electric Heat
P
Standard
380-415
50/60
3
Electric Heat
3
17
20
2.5
105
125
35
11
16
2.5
39
40
10
11
16
2.5
35
40
10
Wire sizing listed in this table is based on Article 310, Table 310.16 of the NEC; at 104°F [40°C] ambient temperature. Follow your
local electrical codes. Use only copper conductors, rated for 194ºF [90°C] or higher, type THHN or better. No more than three current carrying conductors per raceway. Contact your local Authority having jurisdiction if you have questions. Circuit breakers should
be UL 489 listed or better. Single phase circuit breakers for single phase machines only; three phase circuit breakers for all others.
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105 Pound Capacity Models - CE Approval
Voltage Designation
Code
Voltage
Specifications
Cycle
Phase
Full
Load
Amps
Wire
Circuit
Breaker
mm2
M and V-Speed Models
Q
Standard
220-240
50/60
3
3
Electric Heat
N
Standard
440-480
50/60
3
3
Electric Heat
P
Standard
380-415
50/60
3
Electric Heat
3
17
20
2.5
108
125
35
11
16
2.5
40
40
10
11
16
2.5
36
40
10
Wire sizing listed in this table is based on Article 310, Table 310.16 of the NEC; at 104°F [40°C] ambient temperature. Follow your
local electrical codes. Use only copper conductors, rated for 194ºF [90°C] or higher, type THHN or better. No more than three current carrying conductors per raceway. Contact your local Authority having jurisdiction if you have questions. Circuit breakers should
be UL 489 listed or better. Single phase circuit breakers for single phase machines only; three phase circuit breakers for all others.
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130 Pound Capacity Models - CE Approval
Voltage Designation
Code
Voltage
Specifications
Cycle
Phase
Full
Load
Amps
Wire
Circuit
Breaker
mm2
M-Speed Models
Q
N
Standard
220-240
50/60
3
3
17
20
2.5
440-480
50/60
3
3
11
16
2.5
74
80
16
11
16
2.5
65
80
16
Electric Heat
P
Standard
380-415
50/60
3
3
Electric Heat
V-Speed Models
Q
N
Standard
220-240
50/60
3
3
21
25
2.5
440-480
50/60
3
3
12
16
2.5
74
80
16
12
16
2.5
65
80
16
Electric Heat
P
Standard
380-415
50/60
3
Electric Heat
3
Wire sizing listed in this table is based on Article 310, Table 310.16 of the NEC; at 104°F [40°C] ambient temperature. Follow your
local electrical codes. Use only copper conductors, rated for 194ºF [90°C] or higher, type THHN or better. No more than three current carrying conductors per raceway. Contact your local Authority having jurisdiction if you have questions. Circuit breakers should
be UL 489 listed or better. Single phase circuit breakers for single phase machines only; three phase circuit breakers for all others.
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160 Pound Capacity Models - CE Approval
Voltage Designation
Code
Voltage
Specifications
Cycle
Phase
Full
Load
Amps
Wire
Circuit
Breaker
mm2
V-Speed Models
Q
N
Standard
220-240
50/60
3
3
22
25
2.5
440-480
50/60
3
3
12
16
2.5
74
80
16
12
16
2.5
65
80
16
Electric Heat
P
Standard
380-415
50/60
3
Electric Heat
3
Wire sizing listed in this table is based on Article 310, Table 310.16 of the NEC; at 104°F [40°C] ambient temperature. Follow your
local electrical codes. Use only copper conductors, rated for 194ºF [90°C] or higher, type THHN or better. No more than three current carrying conductors per raceway. Contact your local Authority having jurisdiction if you have questions. Circuit breakers should
be UL 489 listed or better. Single phase circuit breakers for single phase machines only; three phase circuit breakers for all others.
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Steam Requirements (Steam Heat Option Only)
WARNING
Hot Surfaces. Will cause severe burns. Turn steam
off and allow steam pipes, connections and components to cool before touching.
W505
For machines equipped with optional steam heat, install piping in
accordance with approved commercial steam practices. Steam requirements are shown in Table 32 .
Steam Supply Information
Capacities
45-105
130-160
IMPORTANT: Failure to follow these instructions could
damage the machine and void the warranty.
A connection has been placed at the back of the machine. There
are six ports in this connection, through each of which a liquid
supply hose can be connected, and one water flush port.
Outer ports must be drilled through with a 3/16 inch diameter
drill bit and center port must be drilled through with a 1/2 inch
diameter drill bit before connecting chemical lines. Refer to Figure 21 .
CAUTION
Steam inlet connec- 1/2 [DN13]
tion, in. [mm]
3/4 [DN13]
Number of steam
inlets
1
1
Recommended
pressure, psi [bar]
30 – 85 [2.0 – 5.9]
30 - 85 [2.0 - 5.9]
Maximum pressure, 85 [5.9]
psi [bar]
IMPORTANT: Undiluted chemical dripping can damage
the machine. Therefore, all chemical injector supply
dispenser pumps and dispenser tubing should be
mounted below the machine’s injection point. Loops
do not prevent drips if these instructions are not followed. Figure 22 shows a typical Chemical Injection
Supply System. Figure 24 shows a typical Five Compartment Supply System.
Drill out plugs and nipples before making supply
hose connection. Failure to do so can cause buildup
of pressure and risk a tubing rupture.
W491
85 [5.9]
Table 32
IMPORTANT: Failure to install the customer supplied
steam filter may void the warranty.
Chemical Injection Supply System
WARNING
Dangerous Chemicals. May damage eyes and skin.
Wear eye and hand protection when handling chemicals; always avoid direct contact with raw chemicals.
Read the manufacturer’s directions for accidental
contact before handling chemicals. Ensure an eyerinse facility and an emergency shower are within
easy reach. Check at regular intervals for chemical
leaks.
W363
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Connection for Chemical Supply Hoses
1
2
PHM950N_SVG
1. Chemical Supply Connector
2. Port
Figure 21
Chemical Injection Supply System
Chemical Injection Supply System
Number of external liquid supply connections
6
Number of chemical flush connections
1
Liquid supply connection size OD, in. [mm]
5/8 [15.9]
Table 33
1
2
3
4
PHM939N_SVG
* Use a check valve on the end of tubing
† Pumps must be mounted below the injection point
1.
2.
3.
4.
Injection Point*
Loops
Chemical Dispenser Pump Outlet †
PVC Pipe
Figure 22
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Connecting External Liquid Supplies to the Machine
with Optional Five Compartment Supply Dispenser
Five Compartment Supply Dispenser (Optional)
1
2
3
4
5
6
PHM553N_SVG
IMPORTANT: Do not attach anything to nozzles. Air gap must be maintained.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Strain Relief for Liquid Chemical Supply Lines
Supply Dispenser Lid
Nozzles
Dry Supply Cups
Dry Supply Insert
Polypropylene Supply Dispenser
Figure 23
1. Remove knockout from supply dispenser. Refer to Figure 23 .
Plugs are assembled inside the tubing ring.
2. Install PG connector in hole with strain reliefs, included in the
seal nut.
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3. Insert tubes through PG base. Do not remove cups. Tube
should extend into the plastic cup, with the exception of the
softener tube, which should be routed to the outside of the
cup.
4. Tighten the seal nut to prevent tubing from escaping the assembly.
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5. Before operating machine, confirm lid is completely closed.
Do not attempt to make chemical injection electrical connections
to points other than those provided specifically for that purpose
by the factory.
2
3
1
4
PHM940N_SVG
* Use a check valve on the end of tubing
† Must be mounted below the injection point
1.
2.
3.
4.
Injection Point*
Loops
Chemical Dispenser Pumb Outlet †
PVC Pipe
Figure 24
External Supplies
Chemical Injection Using Internal 24VAC Control
Transformer
For proper communication between the machine and an external
chemical supply system, it is important for the low-voltage signal
power to be connected properly. The included wiring diagram
shows several different options for safe and correct wiring of this
interface.
The preferred method for connecting the wiring from the external
chemical supply system to the machine is to use the 300mA power of the machine’s 24VAC control transformer, which is intended strictly for this purpose. Other voltage and current options
are available, but require some wiring changes and must be provided with an external power source. Under no circumstances
should the high-voltage machine supply connections or source be
used for the communication wiring.
Communication wiring connections, which include a single row
of identified terminal blocks, can be found under a service panel
at the upper back of the machine.
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NOTE: Using the Internal 24VAC 300 Milliamp Control
Transformer is recommended by Alliance Laundry Systems.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT remove the red jumper wire from
the terminal strip.
There are 3 terminals necessary for this connection option.
•
•
Terminal “24VAC COM” is used to connect one side of the
internal control transformer to the external dispenser input
signals common.
The second terminal is used to connect the other side of the
control transformer to the machine output signals common
through a red jumper wire between “24VAC” and “RELAY
COM”. Refer to Figure 25 .
IMPORTANT: Do not use the transformer terminals if
an external power supply is used.
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3
2
4
1
5
6
7
= Neutral
= Power
PHM821N_SVG
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
External Supply Power Output
Internal Control Transformer
RELAY COM Terminal
External Dispenser Input Signal Common
Red Jumper Wire
24VAC Terminal
24VAC COM Terminal
Figure 25
Chemical Injection Using External AC Power Source
NOTE: An External AC Power Source is NOT provided
by Alliance Laundry Systems.
NOTE: Power for external supplies must not be derived
from the high-voltage main power connection point.
1. Remove the red jumper wire installed by the factory between
“24VAC”, and “RELAY COM”.
2. Connect one side of the external power to the “RELAY
COM” and the other to the external dispenser input signals
common. Refer to Figure 26 .
IMPORTANT: The external power must supply power of
240VAC or less and be protected at 3 Amps or less.
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3
1
4
2
= Neutral
= Power
5
PHM823N_SVG
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
External Supply Power Output
Red Jumper Wire
External Supply Input Signal Common
VAC Power Terminal
VAC RETURN Terminal
Figure 26
External Supply Signals
CAUTION
Wash-cycle signals are provided to the external chemical supply
equipment and a “wait for the next step” signal can be received
from the supply equipment.
Do not attempt to increase fuse rating or alter wiring
of external chemical supply terminal strip in such as
way that may conflict with the suggested methods
provided on the Optional External Supply Wiring Diagram.
For example, if ES1 is selected the K1 contact will close and
power will be supplied to Supply 1 Signal. The contact will remain closed for the amount of time programmed in control. Refer
to Figure 27 for Internal Supply Connection or Figure 28 for External AC Connection.
W699
3
= Neutral
= Power
1
2
PHM822N_SVG
1. ES1 Power supply
2. K1 Contact
3. Supply 1 Signal
Figure 27
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3
= Neutral
= Power
1
2
PHM824N_SVG
1. ES1 Power supply
2. K1 Contact
3. Supply 1 Signal
Figure 28
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Operation
Operation
Operating Instructions for UniLinc Control
1. Verify display shows the Cycle Menu Screen.
For Technical Service
Distributor ABC
1-800-555-5555
Cycle41:
Fire Gear
Liners
Cycle01:
Towels
Bleach
CAUTION
Be careful around the open door, particularly
when loading from a level below the door. Impact
with door edges can cause personal injury.
SW025
Cycle02:
Towels
Cycle Menu
PHM913N_SVG
CAUTION
Water cannot be extracted from rubber backed
items. To avoid damage to machine from out of
balance conditions, do not use a spin (extract)
step when washing rubber backed items. Warranty will be voided.
W880
Figure 29
2. Turn door handle clockwise and open door.
PHM953N_SVG
Figure 31
NOTE: When washing items which may disintegrate
or fragment, such as mop heads or sponges, use
laundry nets to prevent drain blockage.
IMPORTANT: To prevent out-of-balance conditions,
premature wear or damage to machine when using
laundry nets, use several small nets in a load.
4. Close the door by rotating the handle counterclockwise. Refer
to Figure 32 .
PHM855N_SVG
Figure 30
3. Load to capacity whenever possible. DO NOT OVERLOAD.
Underloading can cause out-of-balance conditions that can shorten machine life.
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PHM954N_SVG
PHM843N_SVG
Figure 32
5. If equiped with an optional supply dispenser, add dry supplies
to the compartment cups prior to the start of each cycle.
Liquid supplies can be injected directly into the supply dispenser
by an external chemical supply system.
NOTE: Supply dispenser compartment cups must
not be removed when an external chemical injection
supply system is attached to the machine.
6. Press
7. Press
or
keypads to select desired wash cycle.
to start the selected cycle.
PHM1423C_SVG1
Figure 34
8. Close door to start cycle or press
keypad to return to Cycle Menu. The cycle will continue until its completion. Then
the display will show the door is ready to be opened.
NOTE: Since the machine MUST drain and balance
during the drain step before it can extract, the control will only Rapid Advance to a drain step that occurs before an extract or spray rinse extract step.
9. Emergency stop button (refer to Figure 35 ) should be depressed to terminate machine operation when any unsafe condition is present during machine operation.
a. Press red emergency stop button to stop all action.
b. To restart machine, pull red emergency stop button out
and press START keypad.
NOTE: Activation of the emergency stop button
stops all machine control circuit functions, but
DOES NOT remove all electrical power from machine.
Figure 33
As the cycle proceeds, the display will show a summary of the
cycle occurring.
1
To begin the cycle at any step other than the first step, press the
keypad to advance through the cycle to the desired starting
point. Refer to Programming Manual for information to disable
Rapid Advance.
If the door is open, the display will indicate that the door needs to
be closed. Refer to Figure 34 .
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1. Emergency Stop Button
Figure 35
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Operation
Shakeout Routine
WARNING
NEVER insert hands or objects into basket until it
has completely stopped. Doing so could result in serious injury.
SW012
A Shakeout agitation step is programmed at the end of every cycle and will help prevent tangling of the load.
The Shakeout time is set at the factory to agitate for 40 seconds.
Refer to Programming Manual to disable or change the time of
the Shakeout.
Basket Jog Feature (160 Pound Models Only)
With the door open and the control in Cycle Menu, press and
HOLD both jog buttons with both hands. A series of loud
beeps will occur, indicating the jog feature is about to start.
PHM949N_SVG
Figure 36
The jog feature is deactivated when the loading door is closed
and the jog buttons are not pressed.
WARNING
To avoid personal injury, do NOT reach into the
basket while it is rotating. Keep all personnel at a
safe distance from the machine while using the
Basket Jog Feature.
W641
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Operating Instructions for M30 Control
1. Verify display shows a cycle number.
1
2
PHM856N_SVG
PHM861N_SVG
1. Display
2. Emergency Stop Button
Figure 39
CAUTION
Figure 37
2. Turn the door handle clockwise and swing the door left to
open it. Refer to Figure 38 .
Be careful around the open door, particularly when
loading from a level below the door. Impact with
door edges can cause personal injury.
SW025
NOTE: When washing items which may disintegrate
or fragment, such as mop heads or sponges, use
laundry nets to prevent drain blockage.
IMPORTANT: To prevent out-of-balance conditions,
premature wear or damage to machine when using
laundry nets, use several small nets in a load.
4. Close the door by rotating the handle counterclockwise. Refer
to Figure 40 .
PHM855N_SVG
Figure 38
3. Load to capacity whenever possible. DO NOT OVERLOAD
Underloading can cause out-of-balance conditions that can shorten machine life.
PHM954N_SVG
Figure 40
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Operation
5. If equiped with an optional supply dispenser, add dry supplies
to the compartment cups prior to the start of each cycle.
Liquid supplies can be injected directly into supply dispenser by
an external chemical supply system.
NOTE: Supply dispenser compartment cups must
not be removed when an external chemical injection
supply system is attached to the machine.
6. Press the numeric keypads to select the desired wash cycle.
Refer to Table 34 .
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Cycle
Number
CAUTION
Cycle Name
1
Permanent Press Light Soil
2
Light Soil
3
Permanent Press Medium Soil
4
Medium Soil
5
Permanent Press Heavy Soil
6
Heavy Soil
7
Rags
8
Reclaim
9
Delicates
10
90°C
11
60°C
12
40°C
13
90°C Permanent Press
14
60°C Permanent Press
15
40°C Permanent Press
16
70°C Permanent Press
17
50°C Gentle
18
30°C Gentle
19
Custom #1
20
Custom #2
21
Custom #3
22
Custom #4
23
Custom #5
24
Custom #6
25
Custom #7
26
Custom #8
27
Custom #9
28
Custom #10
29
Custom #11
30
Custom #12
Water cannot be extracted from rubber backed
items. To avoid damage to machine from out of balance conditions, do not use a spin (extract) step
when washing rubber backed items. Warranty will be
voided.
W880
7. Press the START keypad to start the selected cycle.
As the cycle proceeds, the display will show and count down the
remaining cycle time.
To begin the cycle at any step other than the first step, press the
START keypad to advance through the cycle to the desired starting point. Refer to the Programming Manual for information to
disable Rapid Advance.
If the door is open, the display will indicate that the door needs to
be closed and locked.
8. Close the door to start a cycle.
The cycle will continue until its completion. Then the display
will show the door is ready to be unlocked and opened.
NOTE: Since the machine MUST drain and balance
before it can extract, the control will only Rapid Advance to a drain step that occurs before an extract
or spray rinse extract step.
9. Emergency stop button (refer to Figure 37 ) should be depressed to terminate machine operation when any unsafe condition is present during machine operation.
a. Press red emergency stop button to stop all action.
b. To restart machine, pull red emergency stop button out
and press START keypad.
NOTE: Activation of the emergency stop button
stops all machine control circuit functions, but
DOES NOT remove all electrical power from machine.
Shakeout Routine
WARNING
NEVER insert hands or objects into basket until it
has completely stopped. Doing so could result in serious injury.
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Table 34
A shakeout agitation step is programmed at the end of every cycle and will help prevent tangling of the load.
The shakeout time is set at the factory to agitate for 32 seconds.
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Start Up
Start Up
Basket Rotation
After installation is complete, run the machine through a test cycle and check that basket rotation is counter clockwise in the extract step.
1. If rotation is not counter clockwise, disconnect power to machine.
2. Have a qualified electrician reverse any two motor leads at
the motor.
Safety Stability Switch Operation
After machine is properly installed, the safety Stability Switch
operation must be verified.
1. Locate the green-colored switch on the rear, left-side of the
frame.
2. Place a large magnet above the normally-closed ball switch to
verify switch operation.
IMPORTANT: Machines are manufactured with a
normally-closed ball switch and should not require
any adjustment. To avoid nuisance tripping, machine must be level with a summed value of 3/8 inch
(9.5 mm) front to back and right to left to the earth. If
switch is tripped, check if machine is level and then
for poor grouting and broken anchor bolts. DO NOT
BYPASS SAFETY SWITCH. Contact a qualified service technician for further assistance.
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Maintenance
Daily
Routine maintenance maximizes operating efficiency and minimizes downtime. The maintenance procedures described below
will prolong the life of the machine and help prevent accidents.
Do not spray the machine with water. Short circuiting and serious damage may result.
WARNING
Sharp edges can cause personal injury. Wear safety
glasses and gloves, use proper tools and provide
lighting when handling sheet metal parts.
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CAUTION
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IMPORTANT: Door lock should be checked daily to ensure proper operation. Also check that all safety and
instruction stickers are on the machine. Any missing or
illegible safety instructions stickers should be replaced
immediately.
Beginning of Day
Replace all panels that are removed to perform service and maintenance procedures. Do not operate the
machine with missing guards or with broken or
missing parts. Do not bypass any safety devices.
SW019
Follow local codes for proper advise on laundering infected garments.
On UniLinc Control models, maintenance checklists are also displayed on the control. Press
Refer to Figure 41 .
WARNING
to enter Service Schedule Menu.
Daily
Weekly
Monthly
Quarterly
Service Schedule Menu
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1. Check door interlock before starting operation:
a. Attempt to start the machine with the door open. The machine should not start.
b. Close the door without locking it and start the machine.
The machine should not start.
c. Attempt to open the door while the cycle is in progress.
The door should not open.
If the door lock and interlock are not functioning properly, disconnect power and call a service technician.
IMPORTANT: Door lock should be checked daily to
ensure proper operation. Also, check that all safety
and instruction stickers are on the machine. Replace as necessary.
2. Inspect water inlet valve hose connections on the back of the
machine for leaks.
3. Inspect steam hose connections for leaks (where applicable).
4. Inspect all chemical inlets, lines and connections for leaks.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, serious injury or death, disconnect the electrical power to
washer-extractor before examining the wiring.
Figure 41
Press
from Cycle Menu to enter Service Menu. The Service
Menu provides a user with a time based service reminder list. The
list is broken up into “DAILY”, “WEEKLY”, “MONTHLY” and
“QUARTERLY”.
The following maintenance procedures must be performed regularly at the required intervals.
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5. Verify that insulation is intact on all external wires and that
all connections are secure. If bare wire is evident, call a service technician.
End of Day
1. Clean the inverter drive filter (where applicable):
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a. Remove the external plastic cover which contains the filter.
b. Remove the foam filter from the cover.
c. Wash the filter with warm water and allow to air dry. Filter can be vacuumed clean.
IMPORTANT: The control module and drive box cover and fan filter must be in place for the fan to properly cool the AC inverter drive and front end control.
Failure to observe this warning will void the warranty and could lead to expensive AC inverter drive repair or front end control replacement.
2. Clean the door gasket of residual detergent and all foreign
matter.
3. Clean automatic supply dispenser and lid [where applicable]
inside and out with mild detergent. Rinse with clean water.
4. Clean machine’s top, front, and side panels with mild detergent. Rinse with clean water.
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ISO VG 220 ( 1047–1283 SUS at 100°F [198–242 cSt at
40°C])
An SAE 40 rating is also acceptable as long as the cSt or
SUS values are within the specified ranges.
Pump the grease gun slowly, permitting only 2 strokes.
3. Use the following procedures to determine if V-belt requires
replacement or adjustment. Call a qualified service technician
in either case.
a. Check V-belt for uneven wear and frayed edges.
b. After disconnecting power to the machine and removing
all panels necessary for access to the drive belt, use one of
the following methods to verify that the V-belt is properly
tensioned.
• Frequency Gauge. Tighten eyebolt top nut until the
correct frequency (refer to Table 35 ) is obtained midspan. Torque jam nut to spring bracket to 20.6 ± 2 ft.lbs. Refer to Figure 42 .
NOTE: Unload the machine promptly after each
completed cycle to prevent moisture buildup. Leave
loading door open at the end of each completed cycle to allow moisture to evaporate.
1
2
5
Weekly
Check the machine for leaks.
a. Start an unloaded cycle to fill the machine.
b. Verify that door and door gasket do not leak.
c. Verify that the drain valve is operating and that the drain
system is free from obstruction. If water does not leak out
during the prewash segment, drain valve is closed and
functioning properly.
Monthly
NOTE: Disconnect power to the machine at its source
before performing the monthly maintenance procedures.
1. Clean the inverter drive fins (where applicable).
2. Each month OR after every 200 hours of operation, lubricate
bearings (locate the bearing lubrication decal at the rear of the
left side of the machine, as viewed from the front).
The grease must have the following characteristics:
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NLGI Grade 2
Lithium-based
Water-insoluble
Anti-rusting
Anti-oxidizing
Mechanically stable
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Top Nut
Jam Nut
Spring Length
Spring
Eyebolt
Figure 42
•
Tension Gauge. Tighten eyebolt top nut until the
proper belt gauge (refer to Table 35 ) is obtained midspan. Torque jam nut to spring bracket to 20.6 ± 2 ft.lbs. Refer to Figure 42 .
Model
The grease must have adequate base oil viscosity with one of the
following ratings:
•
3
4
Frequency
(Hz)
Belt
Tension
(lbs.)
Tension
Gau
ge
(N)
45-65
58 ± 2
108 ± 8
481 ±
35
85-105
62 ± 2
183 ±
12
816 ±
52
ISO VG 150 ( 709–871 SUS at 100°F [135–165 cSt at
40°C])
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Model
130-160
Frequency
(Hz)
52 ± 2
Belt
Tension
(lbs.)
214 ±
16
Tension
Gau
ge
(N)
954 ±
72
Table 35
•
Spring Length. Tighten eyebolt top nut until the
spring measures 4 3/4 inches, (45-65 pound models) or
4 inches (85-160 pound models) between the hooks.
Torque jam nut to spring bracket to 20.6 ± 2 ft.-lbs.
Refer to Figure 42 .
• Maintain Tension During Belt Removal. If propor
tension is achieved, tape the jam nut in place and loosen eyebolt top nut to release the belt. Replace belt and
retighten eyebolt top nut back to jam nut position. Refer to Figure 42 .
c. Verify that V-belts are properly aligned by checking pulley alignment. On 45-105 pound models the motor pulley
should align with end of motor shaft to align belts. On
130-165 pound models, slide the motor pulley along the
motor shaft and secure once belt alignment on the sheave
is attained.
1. Install belt on basket sheave.
2. Install belt on motor pulley.
3. Insert belt in appropriate motor pulley grooves so belt
rides on the center of the basket sheave.
4. Check overflow hose and drain hose for leaks or visible signs
of deterioration. Replace immediately if either are present.
5. Clean inlet hose filter screens:
a. Turn water off and allow valve to cool, if necessary.
b. Unscrew inlet hose and remove filter screen.
c. Clean with soapy water and reinstall. Replace if worn or
damaged.
6. Tighten anchor bolts, if necessary.
7. Use a vacuum to clean lint from motor.
8. Clean interior of machine, by wiping with a water-soaked
sponge or cloth. Use compressed air to clear debris between
the shell and the basket by directing it through the perforations of the basket.
9. Use compressed air to ensure that all electrical components
are free of moisture and dust.
10. Remove chemical supply components and check all flush hoses and connections for residual chemicals, leaks or visible
signs of deterioration. Clean or replace as necessary.
11. If applicable, check the supply dispenser hoses and hose connections for leaks or visible signs of deterioration. Replace
immediately if either are present.
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12. Verify points of contact at terminals and quick disconnects
are firm trhoughout the machine by gently tugging the wires.
Reseat any loose contacts.
Quarterly
NOTE: Disconnect power to the machine before performing the quarterly maintenance procedures.
1. Tighten door hinges and fasteners, if necessary.
2. Tighten anchor bolts, if necessary.
3. Tighten motor mounting bolt locknuts and bearing bolt locknuts, if necessary.
4. Verify that the drain motor shield is in place and secure.
5. Check all painted surfaces for bare metal.
• If bare metal is showing, paint with primer or solventbased paint.
• If rust appears, remove it with sandpaper or by chemical
means. Then paint with primer or solvent-based paint.
6. Clean steam filter, where applicable.
a. Turn off steam supply and allow time for the valve to
cool.
b. Unscrew nut.
c. Remove element and clean.
d. Replace element and nut.
7. Check the bearing mounting bolts to make sure they are torqued to 357 ± 35 ft-lbs.
8. Place a large magnet over the normally-closed ball switch to
verify the stability switch operation.
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Maintenance
Care of Stainless Steel
•
Remove dirt and grease with detergent and water. Thoroughly
rinse and dry after washing.
Avoid contact with dissimilar metals to prevent galvanic corrosion when salty or acidic solutions are present.
Do not allow salty or acidic solutions to evaporate and dry on
stainless steel. Wipe clean of any residues.
Rub in the direction of the polish lines or “grain” of the stainless steel to avoid scratch marks when using abrasive cleaners. Use stainless steel wool or soft, non-metal bristle brushes.
Do not use ordinary steel wool or steel brushes.
If the stainless steel appears to be rusting, the source of the
rust may be an iron or steel part not made of stainless steel,
such as a nail or screw.
Remove discoloration or heat tint from overheating by scouring with a powder or by employing special chemical solutions.
Do not leave sterilizing solutions on stainless steel equipment
for prolonged periods of time.
When an external chemical supply is used, ensure no siphoning of chemicals occurs when the machine is not in use. Highly concentrated chemicals can cause severe damage to stainless steel and other components within the machine. Damage
of this kind is not covered by the manufacturer’s warranty.
Locate the pump and tubing below the machines’s injection
point to prevent siphoning of chemicals into the machine.
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Disposal of Unit
Disposal of Unit
Disposal of Unit
This appliance is marked according to the European directive
2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE).
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this
product shall not be treated as household waste. Refer to Figure
43 . Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection
point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. Ensuring this product is disposed of correctly will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human
health which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste
handling of this product. The recycling of materials will help to
conserve natural resources. For more detailed information about
recycling of this product, please contact the local city office,
household waste disposal service, or the source from which the
product was purchased.
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Figure 43
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