Marco Beverage Systems Ltd. ECOBOILER T5 ECOBOILER T10 ECOBOILER PB5

Marco Beverage Systems Ltd. ECOBOILER T5 ECOBOILER T10 ECOBOILER PB5
Marco Beverage Systems Ltd.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR MODELS
ECOBOILER T5
(P/N: 1000660 and 1000660MJ)
ECOBOILER T10
(P/N: 1000661 and 1000661MJ)
ECOBOILER PB5
(P/N: 1000665 and 1000665MJ)
ECOBOILER PB10
(P/N: 1000666 and 1000666MJ)
Water pressure : 5 - 50 psi (min.-max.)35 - 345 kPa (min.-max.)
Instruction Booklet 1000660(MJ) T5 1000661(MJ) T10 1000665(MJ) PB5 1000666(MJ) PB10 Ecoboiler
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Marco Beverage Systems Limited.
63d Heather Road,
Sandyford Industrial Estate,
Dublin 18.
Marco Beverage Systems Limited.
Shire House, Strixton Manor,
Strixton, Wellingborough, Northants,
NN29 7PA
Ireland Tel: +353 (0)1 295 2674
Ireland Fax: +353 (0)1 295 3715
email: sales@marco.ie
www.marco.ie
UK Tel: +44 (0)2072 744 577
UK Fax: +44 (0)2079 788 141
email: sales@marco-bev.co.uk
www.marco-bev.co.uk
SAFETY:
This appliance must be earthed. If the moulded plug supplied is not used then ensure that
the green/yellow cable is connected to a suitable earth.
Risk of flooding. The hose supplied with this unit is non-toxic food quality tested to 190psi.
However, a hose is not a permanent connection. It is, therefore, advisable to switch off
boiler and close the stopcock valve when boiler is not in use, e.g. overnight, weekends etc.
Risk of scalding. Beware of accidentally operating the water drawoff tap or push button
especially when cleaning the front of the boiler.
The utmost care has been taken in the manufacture and testing of this unit. Failure to
install, maintain and / or operate this boiler according to the manufacturer’s instructions
may result in conditions that can cause injury or damage to property. If in any doubt about
the serviceability of the boiler always contact the manufacturer or your own supplier for
advice.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory, or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowlodge, unless they
have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance
In the event any wires are damaged, such wires can only be replaced by experts or
professional afterservice staff from the manufacturer,afterservice department or similiar
function departments
INSTALLATION DETAILS:
Electrical installation:
Electrical specification: 2.8kW-200 -230V-50Hz
A moulded 13A plug is factory fitted. A suitable 13A outlet is all that is required.
For 200V installation ensure appropriate connection to suitable supply.
Plumbing installation procedure:
Mains water pressure required (limits): 5-50psi (35-345kPa)
Fit a stop Valve on a cold water line and attach a 3/4" BSP male fitting,
(e.g. 3/4" x 1/2" 311 or washing machine type stop valve).
Connect straight tailpiece of the hose to the stop valve fitting. Make sure that the pre-attached
sealing washer is fitted.
Turn on the water to flush any impurities, dust etc from the inlet hose and water pipe. Allow
several gallons through.
Connect right-angled tailpiece of the hose to the inlet valve of the boiler (again 3/4" BSP).
Make sure the sealing washer is fitted here also.
Turn on water and check for leaks.
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Operating boiler for the first time:
Check that all installation procedures have been carried out.
Ensure water valve is on.
Plug boiler into 13A socket and press power button on the front of the machine marked
‘Power’. Refer to Figure 1.
NOTE: On a 5L machine the ‘Power’ button light also acts as the “Ready/Status” indicator.
The “power on” light will glow green and the machine will fill to a safe level, above the
elements, before heating.
The “Ready/Status” light will cycle two red flashes while the machine is filling to the safe level.
After this amount of water has heated to about 96ºC the boiler will draw more water in until the
temperature drops by 1 or 2 degrees. The boiler will then heat again. This heat fill cycle
continues until the boiler is full.
On a 5L machine, whilst the machine is above the safe level and filling, the “Ready/Status”
light will glow orange.
On a 10L machine, whilst the machine is above the safe level and filling, the “Ready/Status”
light will remain blank.
The “Ready/Status” light will glow green when the machine is both full and up to normal
operating temperature. For 5L allow approx. 15 minutes. For 10L machines allow approx 30
minutes.
The boiler is now ready for use.
Power
Button
Ready/Status
Indicator
5L Display
Ecomode
Button
10L Display
Figure 1: Machine User Interface
NOTE: Because the boiler is electronically controlled no priming is necessary.
The element cannot switch on until a safe level of water is reached.
ECO Mode Operation:
All ECO Boilers use high grade insulation and it is applied to give a significant energy usage
improvement over a standard water boiler.
The 10L ECO Boiler variants also incoprate a ½ tank ‘ECO mode’ function.
To enable the ‘ECO Mode’ press the button located below the ‘Ready’ indicator so that the leaf
symbol illuminates green.
This mode saves energy by mimimising the energy wasted during machine down-time.
NOTE: The ECO mode is most effective in installations where the machine has a regular ‘off’
period.
To achieve the most benefit from the energy saving ‘ECO Mode’ on your ECO boiler unit (10L
variants only), the following method should be employed:
o Towards the end of the boilers operating period for a given day, switch the machine to
ECO Mode. Whilst maintaing water at 96oC, the machine tank will slowly drop to half
full, where it will remain.
o At the end of the machines operating period it should the be turned ‘off’.
Instruction Booklet 1000660(MJ) T5 1000661(MJ) T10 1000665(MJ) PB5 1000666(MJ) PB10 Ecoboiler
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o During the ‘off’ period as there is less water in the tank there will be less energy lost to
the surrounding environment resulting in an energy saving.
To disable simply press the ‘ECO Mode’ button again so that the leaf symbol is not illuminated
TROUBLESHOOTING:
The Ready/Status light signals various errors or problems. A cycle of red flashes indicates an error.
The number of flashes in a cycle corresponds to the symptom in the table below:
Status/Diagnostic light guide:
No of
Symptom
Action required
flashes
Water level below elements. Normal
Check water pressure , if this is OK then call
2
when machine first fills.
service agent.
3
Temperature sensor failure (o/c)
Call service agent
4
Water not heating
Call service agent
5
Temperature sensor failure (s/c)
Call service agent
Check water pressure, if OK then call service
6
Machine not filling
agent.
MAINTENANCE:
This machine has been designed to give many years of trouble free service.
The only regular maintenance required is occasional de-scaling.
Descaling Procedure:
Isolate machine from power supply.
Isolate machine from water supply.
ALLOW TO COOL COMPLETELY!
Drain water from machine.
Remove all lids.
Remove as much scale as possible by hand, paying particular attention to level probes
(White plastic with steel tab). Be very careful not to damage any attachments.
Use ScaleKleen, Marco part No. 8000270 or similar. Follow instructions carefully.
Thoroughly clean and flush the machine before re-use.
Follow installation and first time operation instructions.
CLEANING:
The exterior of these machines may be cleaned with a damp cloth and a light detergent. Do not use
abrasive cloths or creams, as this will spoil the finish of the machine. Do not use a water jet or spray.
NB: Beware of accidentally operating the draw off tap or push button when cleaning the front of the
machine.
LIMESCALE:
In common with all water boiler manufacturers, service calls resulting from limescale are not covered
by warranty. Fitting a scale reducer is recommended, especially in hard water areas. This can
reduce the build-up of scale but may not stop it altogether. The frequency that descaling is required
depends on the local water supply; hard water areas need more attention. Descaling of the machine
should ideally be carried out by qualified service personnel.
ACCESS TO INTERNAL COMPONENTS:
Removal
Any maintainance work on any Ecoboiler product should ONLY be conducted by a trained
service engineer.
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1. Disconnect the machine
from the electrical supply.
b
2. Allow to cool sufficiently.
3. The metal upper and lower
a
front panels are clipped to
the main body.
4. Insert flat headed
d
c
screwdriver at the four
locations indicated on the
picture and rotate to
seperate the panels.
Note:- There is no need to
‘lever’ the screwdriver - a
small rotation is all that is
required.
5. To remove the upper
Assembly
front panel, rotate the
top of the panel
forward and lift.
6. To remove the lower
front panel, rotate the
bottom of the panel
forwards and slide
downwards.
To re-attach the front panels, complete the removal actions in steps 5 & 6 in reverse order. Ensure
that the panel clips are securely fastened.
Instruction Booklet 1000660(MJ) T5 1000661(MJ) T10 1000665(MJ) PB5 1000666(MJ) PB10 Ecoboiler
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