DMCONCEPTS
Concepts Serving Systems
Use & Care Manual
Please read this manual completely before attempting to install or operate this equipment!
Notify carrier of damage! Inspect all components immediately.
CAUTION
Important Information
Read Before Use
Please Save These Instructions!
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Concepts Use & Care Manual
Important Warning And Safety Information
WARNING
Read This Manual Thoroughly Before Operating, Installing, Or Performing Maintenance On The Equipment.
WARNING
Failure To Follow Instructions In This Manual Can Cause Property Damage, Injury Or Death.
WARNING
Do Not Store Or Use Gasoline Or Other Flammable Vapors Or Liquids In The Vicinity Of This Or Any Other
Appliance.
WARNING
Unless All Cover And Access Panels Are In Place And Properly Secured, Do Not Operate This Equipment.
WARNING
This Appliance Is Not Intended For Use By Persons Who Lack Experience Or Knowledge, Unless They Have
Been Given Supervision Or Instruction Concerning Use Of The Appliance By A Person Responsible For Their
Safety.
WARNING
This Appliance Is Not To Be Played With.
Warning
Do Not Clean With Water Jet.
WARNING
Do Not Use Electrical Appliances Inside The Food Storage Compartment Of This Appliance.
CAUTION
Observe the following:
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•
Minimum clearances must be maintained from all walls and combustible materials.
•
Keep the equipment area free and clear of combustible material.
•
Allow adequate clearance for air openings.
•
Operate equipment only on the type of electricity indicated on the specification plate.
•
Unplug the unit before making any repairs.
•
Retain this manual for future reference.
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Contents
Receiving & Inspecting The Equipment...............................................3
Serial Number Location.........................................................................4
Warranty Information.............................................................................4
Regulatory Certifications.......................................................................4
Specifications..................................................................................... 5-9
Operation
Heated Units....................................................................................10
Mechanically Cooled Serving Counters..........................................10
LiquiTec Units...................................................................................11
Frost Top Serving Counters.............................................................11
Mobile Hand Sink.............................................................................12
Tower Module...................................................................................12
Maintenance........................................................................................13
Wiring Diagrams
Heated Serving Counter..................................................................14
Mechanically Cooled Serving Counter............................................15
LiquiTec Units...................................................................................15
Frost Top Serving Counters.............................................................15
Tower Module...................................................................................16
Mobile Hand Sink.............................................................................16
Replacement Parts List................................................................. 17-19
Standard Labor Guidelines.................................................................20
Notes.............................................................................................. 21-23
Receiving And Inspecting The Equipment
Even though most equipment is shipped crated, care should be
taken during unloading so the equipment is not damaged while
being moved into the building.
1. Visually inspect the exterior of the package and skid or
container. Any damage should be noted and reported to the
delivering carrier immediately.
2. If damaged, open and inspect the contents with the carrier.
3. In the event that the exterior is not damaged, yet upon opening,
there is concealed damage to the equipment notify the carrier.
Notification should be made verbally as well as in written form.
4. Request an inspection by the shipping company of the
damaged equipment. This should be done within 10 days from
receipt of the equipment.
5. Check the lower portion of the unit to be sure legs or casters
are not bent.
6. Also open the compressor compartment housing and visually
inspect the refrigeration package. Be sure lines are secure and
base is still intact.
7. Freight carriers can supply the necessary damage forms upon
request.
8. Retain all crating material until an inspection has been made
or waived.
The units with LiquiTec technology cold pans contain a
non-toxic eutectic fluid within a sealed inner liner. This
fluid may leak if the tank is punctured so care must be
taken when uncrating and setting in place. The eutectic
fluid is non-toxic and may be flushed down a disposal
drain. If the LiquiTec unit cold pans leak, immediately call
the Delfield service department directly at 1-800-733-8821
not your local service agent.
Uncrating the Equipment
First cut and remove the banding from around the crate. Remove
the front of the crate material, use of some tools will be required. If
the unit is on legs remove the top of the crate as well and lift the unit
off the skid. If the unit is on casters it can be "rolled" off the skid.
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Serial Number Information
If your unit is heated, the serial tag is located above the louvered panel
near the on/off switch.
Refrigerated units have the serial tag located in the compressor
area near the on/off switch.
Understorage units often have the serial tag located on the left
inside the storage area.
All purpose counters, utility equipment or delivery carts do not
require serial numbers but a model tag is placed at the top of the
pylon on the back of the unit.
Always have the serial number of your unit available when
calling for parts or service.
This manual covers standard units only. If you have a custom unit,
consult the customer service department at the number listed below.
©2013 The Delfield Company. All rights reserved. Reproduction without written
permission is prohibited.
“Delfield” is a registered trademarks of The Delfield Company.
Warranty Information
Visit http://www.delfield.com/minisite/service/warranty_info to:
• Register your product for warranty.
• Verify warranty information.
• View and download a copy of your warranty.
Regulatory Certifications
All Models are certified by:
National Sanitation Foundation (NSF)
Electical models are also certified by:
Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
Underwriters Laboratories of Canada (ULC)
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Specifications
This manual covers standard units only. If you have a custom unit, consult the customer service department at the number listed below.
Cashier Counter
Model
Length
Width
Height
Ship Weight
DCCS-SD
45.00”
36.00”
36.00”
270lbs/122kg
DCCS-SDW
45.00”
54.00”
36.00”
320lbs/145kg
DCCS-SDWL
45.00”
54.00”
36.00”
295lbs/134kg
DCCS-SDWR
45.00”
54.00”
36.00”
295lbs/134kg
DCCS-DD
72.00”
36.00”
36.00”
540lbs/245kg
DCCS-DDW
72.00”
54.00”
36.00”
590lbs/268kg
DCCS-DDWL
72.00”
54.00”
36.00”
565lbs/256kg
DCCS-DDWR
72.00”
54.00”
36.00”
565lbs/256kg
FlexiShield™ Food Shields
Radial Glass Front, Single Tier with Glass Shelf, Single Service, Inside & Outside
L
W
H
Ship Weight
L
W
H
Ship Weight
DCFSRIG-2
Model
38.47”
18.00”
18.00”
Contact Factory
DCFSROG-2
Model
43.09”
18.00”
18.00”
Contact Factory
DCFSRIG-3
53.43”
18.00”
18.00”
Contact Factory
DCFSROG-3
59.85”
18.00”
18.00”
Contact Factory
DCFSRIG-4
68.17”
18.00”
18.00”
Contact Factory
DCFSROG-4
76.35”
18.00”
18.00”
Contact Factory
DCFSRIG-5
82.61”
18.00”
18.00”
Contact Factory
DCFSROG-5
92.53”
18.00”
18.00”
Contact Factory
FlexiShield™ Food Shields
Radial Single Tier, Fixed Sneeze Guard Front, Dual Service
Model
L
W
H
Ship Weight
DCFSRKD-2
40.78”
35.50”
14.75”
Contact Factory
DCFSRKD-3
56.64”
35.50”
14.75”
Contact Factory
DCFSRKD-4
72.26”
35.50”
14.75”
Contact Factory
DCFSRKD-5
87.57”
35.50”
14.75”
Contact Factory
FlexiShield™ Food Shields
Radial Single Tier, Fixed Sneeze Guard Front, Single Service, Inside & Outside
Model
DCFSRIKS-2
L
W
H
Ship Weight
38.47”
18.00”
14.75”
Contact Factory
Model
DCFSROKS-2
L
W
H
Ship Weight
43.09”
18.00”
14.75”
Contact Factory
DCFSRIKS-3
53.43”
18.00”
14.75”
Contact Factory
DCFSROKS-3
59.85”
18.00”
14.75”
Contact Factory
DCFSRIKS-4
68.17”
18.00”
14.75”
Contact Factory
DCFSROKS-4
76.35”
18.00”
14.75”
Contact Factory
DCFSRIKS-5
82.61”
18.00”
14.75”
Contact Factory
DCFSROKS-5
92.53”
18.00”
14.75”
Contact Factory
Utility Serving Counter Specifications
Model
Length
Depth
Height
Ship Weight
Model
Length
Depth
Height
Ship Weight
DCBU-38
38.00”
36.00”
36.00”
171lbs/78kg
DCBU-T38
38.00”
36.00”
36.00”
171lbs/78kg
DCBU-52
52.00”
36.00”
36.00”
234lbs/106kg
DCBU-T52
52.00”
36.00”
36.00”
234lbs/106kg
DCBU-66
66.00”
36.00”
36.00”
297lbs/135kg
DCBU-T66
66.00”
36.00”
36.00”
297lbs/135kg
DCBU-80
80.00”
36.00”
36.00”
360lbs/163kg
DCBU-T80
80.00”
36.00”
36.00”
360lbs/163kg
DCBU-94
94.00”
36.00”
36.00”
423lbs/192kg
DCBU-T94
94.00”
36.00”
36.00”
423lbs/192kg
DCBU-120
120.00”
36.00”
36.00”
540lbs/245kg
DCBU-T120
120.00”
36.00”
36.00”
540lbs/245kg
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Self-Contained Frost Top Serving Counter
Model
Length
Depth
Height
h.p.
V/Hz/Ph
Amps
Ship Weight
DC-FT2
38.00”
36.00”
36.00”
1/4
115/60/1
7.5
399lbs/181kg
DC-FT3
52.00”
36.00”
36.00”
1/4
115/60/1
7.5
546lbs/248kg
DC-FT4
66.00”
36.00”
36.00”
1/4
115/60/1
7.5
693lbs/314kg
DC-FT5
80.00”
36.00”
36.00”
1/4
115/60/1
7.5
840lbs/381kg
DC-FT6
94.00”
36.00”
36.00”
1/3
115/60/1
8.0
987lbs/448kg
Heated Serving Counter
Model
Length
Depth
Height
Watts
# of 12x20
Pans Held
V/Hz/Ph
Amps
Ship Weight
DC-H2
38.00”
36.00”
36.00”
2000
2
115/60/1
16.6
228lbs/103kg
DC-H3
52.00”
36.00”
36.00”
3000/4000
3
208-230/60/1
15.0/16.0
312lbs/142kg
DC-H4
66.00”
36.00”
36.00”
4000/4800
4
208-230/60/1
20.0/22.0
396lbs/180kg
DC-H5
80.00”
36.00”
36.00”
5000/6000
5
208-230/60/1
24.0/27.0
480lbs/218kg
DC-H6
94.00”
36.00”
36.00”
6000/7200
6
208-230/60/1
29.0/32.0
564lbs/256kg
Ice Cooled Serving Counter
Model
Length
Depth
Height
# of 12x20
Pans Held
Ship Weight
DC-IC2
38.00”
36.00”
36.00”
2
209lbs/95kg
DC-IC3
52.00”
36.00”
36.00”
3
286lbs/130kg
DC-IC4
66.00”
36.00”
36.00”
4
363lbs/165kg
DC-IC5
80.00”
36.00”
36.00”
5
440lbs/200kg
DC-IC6
94.00”
36.00”
36.00”
6
517lbs/235kg
Self-Contained LiquiTec® Cold Pan Serving Counter
Model
Length
Depth
Height
# of 12x20
Pans Held
H.P.
V/Hz/Ph
Amps
BTU
Ship Weight
DC-L2
38.00”
36.00”
36.00”
2
1/4
115/60/1
7.5
379
342lbs/155kg
DC-L3
52.00”
36.00”
36.00”
3
1/4
115/60/1
7.5
569
468lbs/212kg
DC-L4
66.00”
36.00”
36.00”
4
1/4
115/60/1
7.5
758
594lbs/269kg
DC-L5
80.00”
36.00”
36.00”
5
1/4
115/60/1
7.5
948
720lbs/327kg
DC-L6
94.00”
36.00”
36.00”
6
1/4
115/60/1
7.5
1138
846lbs/384kg
Self-Contained Mechanically Cooled Serving Counter
Model
Length
Depth
Height
# of 12x20
Pans Held
h.p.
V/Hz/Ph
Amps
BTU Load
Ship Weight
DC-MC2
38.00”
36.00”
36.00”
2
1/4
115/60/1
7.5
379
323lbs/147kg
DC-MC3
52.00”
36.00”
36.00”
3
1/4
115/60/1
7.5
569
442lbs/200kg
DC-MC4
66.00”
36.00”
36.00”
4
1/4
115/60/1
7.5
758
561lbs/254kg
DC-MC5
80.00”
36.00”
36.00”
5
1/4
115/60/1
7.5
948
680lbs/308kg
DC-MC6
94.00”
36.00”
36.00”
6
1/3
115/60/1
8.0
1138
799lbs/362kg
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Radial Utility Serving Counter
Model
Length
DCRU-O
103.32”
DCRU-I
103.32”
DCRU-OT
103.32”
DCRU-IT
103.32”
Depth
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
Height
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
Ship Weight
464lbs/210kg
464lbs/210kg
464lbs/210kg
464lbs/210kg
Radial Heated Serving Counter
Model
Length
Depth
Height
Watts
DCRU-H225
DCRU-H332
DCRU-H440
DCRU-H2
DCRU-H3
DCRU-H4
DCRU-H5
58.44”
75.55”
92.35”
103.32”
103.32”
103.32”
103.32”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
2000
3000/4000
4000/4800
2000
3000/4000
4000/4800
5000/6000
# of 12x20
Pans Held
2
3
4
2
3
4
5
V/Hz/Ph
Amps
Ship Weight
115/60/1
208-230/60/1
208-230/60/1
115/60/1
208-230/60/1
208-230/60/1
208-230/60/1
16.6
15.0/16.0
20.0/22.0
16.6
15.0/16.0
20.0/22.0
24.0/27.0
369lbs/167kg
485lbs/220kg
601lbs/273kg
563lbs/255kg
604lbs/274kg
645lbs/293kg
685lbs/311kg
Radial Ice Cooled Serving Counter
Model
Length
Depth
Height
DCRU-IC225
DCRU-IC332
DCRU-IC440
DCRU-IC2
DCRU-IC3
DCRU-IC4
DCRU-IC5
58.44”
75.55”
92.35”
103.32”
103.32”
103.32”
103.32”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
# of 12x20
Pans Held
2
3
4
2
3
4
5
Radial Self-Contained LiquiTec® Cold Pan Serving Counter
# of 12x20
Model
Length
Depth
Height
Pans Held
DCRU-L1
103.32”
36.00”
36.00”
1
DCRU-L2
103.32”
36.00”
36.00”
2
DCRU-L3
103.32”
36.00”
36.00”
3
DCRU-L4
103.32”
36.00”
36.00”
4
Radial Self-Contained Mechanically Cooled Serving Counter
# of 12x20
Model
Length
Depth
Height
Pans Held
DCRU-MC225
58.44”
36.00”
36.00”
2
DCRU-MC332
75.55”
36.00”
36.00”
3
DCRU-MC440
92.35”
36.00”
36.00”
4
DCRU-MC2
103.32”
36.00”
36.00”
2
DCRU-MC3
103.32”
36.00”
36.00”
3
DCRU-MC4
103.32”
36.00”
36.00”
4
DCRU-MC5
103.32”
36.00”
36.00”
5
Ship Weight
369lbs/167kg
485lbs/220kg
601lbs/273kg
540lbs/245kg
578lbs/262kg
616lbs/279kg
654lbs/297kg
H.P.
V/Hz/Ph
Amps
BTU
Ship Weight
1/4
1/4
1/4, 1/4
1/4, 1/4
115/60/1
115/60/1
115/60/1
115/60/1
7.5
7.5
7.5/7.5
7.5/7.5
292
379
292/379
379/379
633lbs/287kg
679lbs/308kg
848lbs/385kg
894lbs/406kg
h.p.
V/Hz/Ph
Amps
BTU Load
Ship Weight
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/4
115/60/1
115/60/1
115/60/1
115/60/1
115/60/1
115/60/1
115/60/1
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
379
569
758
379
569
758
948
410lbs/186kg
525lbs/238kg
640lbs/290kg
604lbs/274kg
644lbs/292kg
684lbs/310kg
724lbs/328kg
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Transition Counters
Model
DC-T22
DC-T45
DC-T90
DC-TT45
DC-TT90
DCRU-T12
DCRU-T16
DCRU-T20
DCRU-T22
DCRU-T45
DCRU-T90
DCRU-TT45
DCRU-TT90
Length
25.81”
38.64”
59.40”
38.64”
59.40”
29.39”
38.15”
46.88”
18.92”
37.12”
68.59”
37.12”
68.59”
Depth
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
Height
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
36.00”
Height
Ship Weight
Ship Weight
86lbs/39kg
171lbs/78kg
315lbs/143kg
171lbs/78kg
315lbs/143kg
220lbs/100kg
235lbs/107kg
255lbs/116kg
86lbs/39kg
171lbs/78kg
315lbs/143kg
171lbs/78kg
315lbs/143kg
Beverage Bar Specifications
Model
Length
Depth
DCBC-48R
48”
44”
36”
397lbs/180kg
DCBC-72R
72”
44”
36”
460lbs/209kg
DCBC-96R
96”
44”
36”
523lbs/237kg
DCBC-120R
120”
44”
36”
640lbs/290kg
Height
Ship Weight
Curved Utility Counter Specifications
Model
Length
Depth
DCBU-48R
48.00”
44”
36.00”
297lbs/135kg
DCBU-72R
72.00”
44”
36.00”
360lbs/163kg
DCBU-96R
96.00”
44”
36.00”
423lbs/192kg
DCBU-120R
120.00”
44”
36.00”
540lbs/245kg
Radial Cashier Station Specifications
Model
Length
Depth
Height
Ship Weight
DCCS-SDR
45.00”
44.00”
36.00”
310lbs/141kg
DCCS-SDRW
45.00”
54.00”
36.00”
390lbs/177kg
DCCS-SDRWL
45.00”
54.00”
36.00”
350lbs/159kg
DCCS-SDRWR
45.00”
54.00”
36.00”
350lbs/159kg
DCCS-DDR
72.00”
44.00”
36.00”
580lbs/263kg
DCCS-DDRW
72.00”
54.00”
36.00”
660lbs/299kg
DCCS-DDRWL
72.00”
54.00”
36.00”
620lbs/281kg
DCCS-DDRWR
72.00”
54.00”
36.00”
620lbs/281kg
Display Merchandiser Specifications
Model
Length
Depth
Height
Ship Weight
DCDM-24
24.00”
20.00”
36.00”
150lbs/68kg
DCDM-36
36.00”
20.00”
36.00”
125lbs/57kg
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Overshelf, Radial Front Specifications
Model
L
W
H
Ship Weight
DCFSCR
24.00” (61cm)
24.00” (61cm)
16.00” (41cm)
Contact factory
DCFSCRD
24.00” (61cm)
24.00” (61cm)
26.00” (66cm)
Contact factory
DCFSOS-XX
XX”
18.00” (46cm)
16.00” (41cm)
Contact factory
DCFSOS2-XX
XX”
18.00” (46cm)
26.00” (66cm)
Contact factory
Handsink Modules Specifications
Model
Length
Depth
Height
V/Hz/Ph
Amps
Ship Weight
DCHS-DI
51.00”
36.00”
36.00”
120/60/1
15
220lbs/100kg
DCHS-51
36.13”
28.00”
22.00”
120/60/1
15
454lbs/206kg
Radial Counters Specifications
Model
Length
Depth
Height
Ship Weight
DCRU-T25
58.44”
36.00”
36.00”
270lbs/122kg
DCRU-T32
75.55”
36.00”
36.00”
345lbs/156kg
DCRU-T40
92.35”
36.00”
36.00”
420lbs/191kg
DCRUO-TT25
58.44”
36.00”
36.00”
270lbs/122kg
DCRUO-TT32
75.55”
36.00”
36.00”
345lbs/156kg
DCRUO-TT40
92.35”
36.00”
36.00”
420lbs/191kg
DCRUI-TT25
58.44”
36.00”
36.00”
270lbs/122kg
DCRUI-TT32
75.55”
36.00”
36.00”
345lbs/156kg
DCRUI-TT40
92.35”
36.00”
36.00”
420lbs/191kg
Tower Module Specifications
Model
Length
Depth
Height
Ship Weight
DCTM-38RI
38.00”
36.00”
83.62”
516lbs/234kg
DCTM-66RI
66.00”
36.00”
83.62”
774lbs/351kg
DCTM-RI
30”-72”
36.00”
83.62”
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Operation: Heated Units
After plugging in the power supply cord, select desired temperature
by rotating the knob on the temperature control panel. Indicator light
will come on when the switch is activated. Individual temperature
control knobs and indicator lights are provided for each heated food
well.
temperature control at “High”. With pans in place, wells will boil
water. Food temperature will vary depending on type and amount of
product. To minimize steam and water usage, set control to lowest
setting that will maintain proper food temperature.
Before the unit is used the first time for serving:
•
Turn the temperature knob to “10” and heat the well for 15
minutes. Do not be alarmed if smoke appears; this preheat
should burn off any residue or dust that has adhered to the
food well element
If the same temperature settings for each well are used every day,
the temperature knobs can be left in their set position and the wells
can be turned off using the ON/OFF switch at the end of the control
panel.
DANGER
Dry operation
Wet operation is usually much more efficient and is usually
preferred. However, these units may be operated without water with
no damage to the unit.
he dry well should never be preheated longer than
T
15 minutes. Only 6” deep pans should be used with
dry food wells.
When serving thick sauces always use the hot food well in “wet”
operation. This provides more uniform temperature for the sauce.
Product temperature should range from 140˚F to 160˚F
Never place food directly in well. Always use pans.
For most efficient operation, keep empty inset pans empty and
covered during preheating and when the well is not in use.
Always place covers on pans when not serving to prevent food from
drying out and to reduce your operating costs.
Wet operation
Fill the food well with about two inches of hot water and cover
with lid or empty pan. To bring water to highest temperature, set
team can cause serious burns. Always wear some
S
type of protective covering on your hands and arms
when removing lids from the unit. Lift the lid in a way
that will direct escaping steam away from your face
and body. Water temperature will average 180˚F.
DANGER
hen operated dry, the well bottoms become very
W
hot. Do not allow unprotected skin to contact any
well surface.
When operated dry, the bottom of the well will discolor. To clean, use
a stainless steel cleaner or mild abrasive.
Operation of optional heated understorage
Preheat the heated understorage to desired temperature.
Temperature range of understorage is 80°F to 190°F. The
temperature control knob is always the far left knob on the panel.
Indicator light is also at the far left.
Operation: Mechanically Cooled Serving Counters
Mechanically cooled cold pans are adjusted at the factory to provide
proper operation without any further adjustments. However, if it is
necessary to adjust the temperature, the control is located in the
machine compartment. Turn the knob clockwise as indicated on the
control. Settings are from 1 thru 7, 7 being the coldest. Adjustments
should be made gradually. Several small adjustments will be more
effective than one large adjustment. It may take an hour or longer
to realize the temperature change depending on the application and
location of the unit.
Warming of food product can occur very quickly outside of the unit.
When loading or rotating product, avoid leaving food items in a nonrefrigerated location for any length of time to prevent warming or
spoilage.
Turn the cold pan on an hour or longer before loading product to
achieve the desired temperature.
These units are not designed to be used with ice. If the cold pan is
to be used with ice, it is recommended that the optional perforated
bottoms be used. These will allow ice to melt properly.
These units are not designed to cool warm food products. Items
should be placed in the unit pre-cooled at least to the desired holding
temperature, if not slightly colder. In some applications, a gradual
warming of product may occur, particularly at the exposed top of
the product. Stirring or rotation of the product may be necessary to
maintain overall temperature.
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The temperature control is used to turn the unit on and off as well as
control the temperature of the cold pan. The settings range from 1
through 7, 7 being the coldest. To turn the cold pan off, turn the knob
to the off position.
The unit must be turned off when not in use or overnight for defrosting
and cleaning.
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Operation: LiquiTec Units
There is a switch on the compressor housing front to turn the units
on and off. LiquiTec Series cold pans are adjusted at the factory to
provide proper operation without any further adjustments. However,
if it is necessary to adjust the temperature, the control is located in
the machine compartment. Turn the knob clockwise as indicated on
the control to adjust it colder. Adjustments should be made gradually.
Several small adjustments will be more effective than one large
adjustment. It may take an hour or longer to realize the temperature
change depending on the application and location of the unit.
Turn the cold pan on an hour or longer before loading product to
achieve the desired temperature.
The cold pan is not intended to be used with ice.
The unit must be turned off when not in use or overnight for defrosting
and cleaning.
Temperature Control Settings:
17°F (8ºC) differential
25°F (-4ºC) cut-in
8°F (-13ºC) cut-out
These units are not designed to cool warm food products. Items
should be placed in the unit pre-cooled at least to the desired holding
temperature, if not slightly colder. In some applications, a gradual
warming of product may occur, particularly at the exposed top of the
products. Stirring or rotation of the product may be necessary to
maintain overall temperature. Warming of food product can occur very
quickly outside of the unit. When loading or rotating the product, avoid
leaving food items in a non-refrigerated location for any length of time
to prevent warming or spoilage.
Operation: Frost Top Serving Counters
Frost tops are designed to maintain an even layer of frost to
pleasantly display product. Once turned on, the compressor will run
continuously. The unit should be turned off overnight or when not in
use. There is no temperature control on the frost top series. The
ON/OFF switch is the only means available to cycle the unit.
Product should not be placed on the frost top prior to turning the unit
on, because it may freeze to the surface of the unit.
The unit must be turned off when not in use or overnight for defrosting
and cleaning.
Since it takes time for the frost to accumulate initially, the unit should
be turned on approximately one hour before it is actually required.
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Operation: Mobile Hand Sink
The hand sink is to be used for hand washing only,
not for consumption.
Hot water heater MUST be filled with water before
connecting the water heater to power to prevent
damage to the heater.
The fresh water and waste water containers are located in the base
of the sink compartment on the right. The fresh water containers are
on the left with clear vinyl tubing and waste water tanks are on the
right with a rigid drain tube. Two fresh water and two waste water
containers are provided with each unit.
To add water to the fresh water container, remove the cap the vinyl
tubing is connected to on the container by pressing the button on the
cap and pull out the cap from the container. Pull the container out
of the sink base and unscrew the cap of the fill access hole at the
back of the container. Fill the container with water and screw the cap
back on at the back of the container and push the cap with the vinyl
tubing back into place at the front. Make sure there are no kinks in
the clear vinyl tubing.
To fill the water heater with water, turn on the hot water handle on the
faucet until water flows. When water flows into the sink, the water
heater is filled with water. The water heater can now be plugged
into the GFCI. Verify the water heater power switch on the front of
the heater is ON. The red light on the switch will stay on until it has
reached the set temperature.
Changing containers:
To switch out the waste water containers, get as much residual water
out of the drain into the container before removing. Lift the black
elbow out of the container and pull part of the drain line through the
hole in the compartment center divider to create an elbow in the
drain line to prevent water from draining out while switching out the
containers. When the empty container is in place, pull the drain line
back through the center divider and put the black elbow into the hole
in the container.
To prevent waste water overflow:
• Switch the fresh water and waste water containers at the same
time.
• Do not pour excess liquids into the sink
Verify the black waste arm at the end of the drain line is in the hole
on the waste container.
To adjust the water temperature, refer to the water heater
manufacturer’s manual provided with the unit.
Before Operating The Sink:
The hot water heater and the water pump is on a sliding shelf. Use
the handle provided in the shelf slide it out to access the heater and
other components.
Water heater MUST be filled with water before connecting the water
heater to power to prevent damage to the heater.
Before plugging the sink into a wall receptacle, verify the water pump
only is plugged into the GFCI receptacle in the base of the unit. If the
water heater is plugged in, unplug it until the heater has been filled
with water. Put the switch and the breaker to the “ON” position in the
base of the unit. Make sure the GFCI receptacle is ON.
The soap dispenser container is located in the base of the unit. The
container is threaded into the soap dispenser pump. Liquid soap
only is to be used in the soap dispenser.
Operation: Tower Module
Verify the module is plugged into a receptacle and the Reach-In is
plugged into the GFCI receptacle. If lights were provided, turn on the
on /off switch on the back of the tower.
The flanged feet must be bolted to the floor.
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Maintenance
Drain Maintenance - Base
Each unit has a drain located inside the unit that removes the
condensation from the evaporator coil and routes it to an external
condensate evaporator pan. Each drain can become loose or
disconnected during normal use. If you notice water accumulation
on the inside of the unit be sure the drain tube is connected to the
evaporator drain pan. If water is collecting underneath the unit make
sure the end of the drain tube is in the condensate evaporator in the
machine compartment. The leveling of the unit is important as the
units are designed to drain properly when level. Be sure all drain
lines are free of obstructions.
Caster Maintenance
Wipe casters with a damp cloth monthly to prevent corrosion.
The power switch must be turned to OFF and the
unit disconnected from the power source whenever
performing service, maintenance functions or cleaning
the refrigerated area.
Refrigerators and Freezers
The interior and exterior can be cleaned using soap and warm water.
If this isn’t sufficient, try ammonia and water or a nonabrasive liquid
cleaner. When cleaning the exterior, always rub with the “grain” of
the stainless steel to avoid marring the finish. Do not use an abrasive
cleaner because it will scratch the stainless steel and can damage
the breaker strips and gaskets.
Stainless Steel Care and Cleaning
To prevent discoloration or rust on stainless steel several important
steps need to be taken. First, we need to understand the properties
of stainless steel. Stainless steel contains 70- 80% iron, which will
rust. It also contains 12-30% chromium, which forms an invisible
passive film over the steel’s surface, which acts as a shield against
corrosion. As long as the protective layer is intact, the metal is still
stainless. If the film is broken or contaminated, outside elements
can begin to breakdown the steel and begin to form discoloration or
rust. Proper cleaning of stainless steel requires soft cloths or plastic
scouring pads.
NEVER USE STEEL PADS, WIRE BRUSHES OR SCRAPERS!
Cleaning solutions need to be alkaline based or non-chloride
cleaners. Any cleaner containing chlorides will damage the protective
film of the stainless steel. Chlorides are also commonly found in
hard water, salts, and household and industrial cleaners. If cleaners
containing chlorides are used be sure to rinse repeatedly and dry
thoroughly. Routine cleaning of stainless steel can be done with
soap and water. Extreme stains or grease should be cleaned with
a non-abrasive cleaner and plastic scrub pad. Always rub with the
grain of the steel. There are stainless steel cleaners available which
can restore and preserve the finish of the steels protective layer.
Early signs of stainless steel breakdown are small pits and cracks.
If this has begun, clean thoroughly and start to apply stainless steel
cleaners in attempt to restore the passivity of the steel.
Never use an acid based cleaning solution! Many
food products have an acidic content, which can
deteriorate the finish. Be sure to clean the stainless
steel surfaces of ALL food products. Common items
include, tomatoes, peppers and other vegetables.
Cleaning the Condenser Coil
In order to maintain proper refrigeration performance, the
condenser fins must be cleaned of dust, dirt and grease regularly.
It is recommended that this be done at least every three months.
If conditions are such that the condenser is totally blocked in three
months, the frequency of cleaning should be increased. Clean the
condenser with a vacuum cleaner or stiff brush. If extremely dirty, a
commercially available condenser cleaner may be required.
Failure to maintain a clean condenser coil can initially cause high
temperatures and excessive run times. Continuous operation with
a dirty or clogged condenser coil can result in compressor failure.
Neglecting the condenser coil cleaning procedures will void any
warranties associated with the compressor and cost to replace the
compressor.
Never use a high-pressure water wash for this
cleaning procedure as water can damage the electrical
components located near or at the condenser coil.
Preventing blower coil corrosion
To help prevent corrosion of the blower coil, store all acidic items,
such as pickles and tomatoes, in sealable containers. Immediately
wipe up all spills.
Units with pans should be operated with pans in place.
Operating the unit without all pans in place will lower
efficiency and may damage the unit.
Defrosting
Refrigerated cold pans and frost tops should be defrosted daily. On/
Off switch located above louver panel.
Never use sharp objects or tools to clean or scrape ice/frost
build up from the refrigerated cold pans or frost tops. A
puncture to the pan could cause irreparable damage to the
refrigeration system.
Units with a Eutectic Fluid Cold Pan require the same
precautions. The fluid is NOT refillable and loss of fluid due to
a puncture would cause irreparable damage.
Over shelves and other items mounted to the top of the counters
should never be installed in the field due to the potential damage to
the refrigeration system.
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Wiring Diagram, Heated Serving Counter
PILOT LIGHT
(FURNISHED)
H1
1000 W - 120V
OR 1000/1222 W 208-230 V
HEATING ELEMENT
P
L1
L2
H2
LINE
WIRES
TO ADDITIONAL
FOOD WARMERS
INFINITE CONTROL
WITH “OFF”
POSITION
AMPERES IN LINE WIRES
# OF
WARMERS
1
120V,
1 PHASE
8.3
2
3
4
208V,
1 PHASE
4.8
230V,
1 PHASE
5.3
16.7
9.6
10.6
25
33.3
14.4
19.2
15.9
21.3
14.4/15.9
14.4/15.9
14.4/15.9
19.2/21.3
19.2/21.3
14.4/15.9
5
24
26.6
19.2/21.3
28.8
31.3
24/26.1
28.8/31.3
19.2/21.3
6
28.8/31.3
28.8/31.3
L1
G
L1
208-230V, 3 PHASE
L2
L3
L2
30A SWITCH
(OPTIONAL)
L1
L2
G
L3
20A, 3–POLE SWITCH
(OPTIONAL)
HA–1
HA–1
HA–2
HA–2
ALL WIRING
MINIMUM 14 AWG
250C
HA–3
HA–3
HA–4
HA–4
HA–5
HA–5
HA–6
HA–6
HA = HEATER ASSEMBLY
Standard Single Phase
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Wiring Diagram, Self-Contained Mechanically Cooled Serving Counter
CONDENSER FAN
S
C
L1
COOLING T'STAT
R
COMPRESSOR
115V
N
G
Wiring Diagram, Self-Contained LiquiTec® Cold Pan Serving Counter
CONDENSER FAN
S
C
ON/OFF SWITCH
L1
COOLING T'STAT
R
COMPRESSOR
120V
N
G
Wiring Diagram, Self-Contained Frost Top Serving Counter
ON/OFF SWITCH
L1
CONDENSER FAN
S
C
R
COMPRESSOR
115V
N
G
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Wiring Diagram, Tower Module
Wiring Diagram, Mobile Hand Sink
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Replacement Parts
Sink Assembly
Key Part No.
1
2194099
2
3235056
3
1701410
4
1701413
5
9324097
6
1701411
7
1702078
8
1701418
9
1701417
10
3235051
11
3235050
12
1701416
13
1701415
14
2194328
15
1701414
16
3545340
17
3235053
18
3545343
19
3545341
20
1701412
21
3545344
3235054
3235500
3234902
3234783
3234156
2183348
2193450
3234077
3234067
2194443
3235555
3235052
1
Description
Switch, SPST, 15 Amp
Soap Dispenser, Tough Guy
Waste Arm, Black ABS
Coupling, Colder
Clamp, Oetiker
Hose, NewFlex, 1.5”ID
Tubing, Vinyl, 1/2”ID x 3/4”OD
Container, Water, Waste
Container, Water, Fresh, 5
Pump, Water, Shurflo*
Heater, Water, Ariston*
Pipe, PVC, 3/4”
Elbow, PVC, 3/4”
Breaker
Adaptor, 3/4” MPT
Line, Supply, Water, 30” LG
Hammer, Water, 1/2M STR
Tee, Brass, 1/2” x 1/2” x 1/2”
Line, Supply, Water, 20”LG
Fitting, Elbow, Nylon
Elbow, Brass, 3/8”NPT-3/8”BPT
Aerator
Cap, Threaded, 1”, DC
Caster, 5”, Plate, swivel
Caster, 5”, Plate, swivel w/ brake
Catch, Magnetic, Snap-In
Cord, Lead, 16/3 W Nema 5-15P
Cover, Weather Proof
Faucet, Deck, FSHR#3510
Hinge, Flag
Receptacle, GFCI, 15Amp
Spacer, PNL Bolt Washer
Strainer, Sink, 2-1/2”
2
3
4
5
6
7
3
14
8
9
13
12
11
10
15
16
17
16
18
19
5
21
20
10
*Heater and pump warranty will be covered by
Delfield instead of OEM.
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Replacement Parts, continued
Tower Module
3235500
Cap, Threaded, 1”
3234452
Flanged Food
2195286
Gooseneck light
2194444
Receptacle, GFCI 5-20R
2190154
Switch, Rocker 20A/125V, 15A, 250V
Beverage Module
3235500
Cap, Threaded, 1”
3234243
Door Hinge
3234272
Door Hinge Mounting Plate
3234645
Leg
DC-FT Frost Tops
3234156
*000-BN5-0030
3234067
3234645
000-585-0032
2194099
3516225
Catch, magnetic, snap-in
Condensing unit 1/4 hp
Hinge, flag
Leg
Louver assy, 18" Left hand
Switch, SPST 15A, Brown
Valve, expansion, 1/4, low
DC-IC Ice Cooled Counter
3234645
Leg
3234242
Plastic Drain, 1PS, 2.87Long
DC-L Liquitech
3234156
*000-BN5-0030
3234645
000-585-0032
2190154
000-282-0051
3516225
Catch, magnetic, snap-in
Condensing unit 1/4 hp
Leg
Louver access door Assy, 18", Left
Switch, rocker, 20A/125V,15A/250V
Tstat Assy, Danfoss
Valve, expansion, 1/4, low
DC-MC Mechanically cooled cold pan
*000-BN5-0030 Condensing unit 1/4 hp
3234645
Leg
000-585-0032
Louver access door Assy, 18", Left
2190154
Switch, rocker, 20A/125V, 15A/250V
2194201
Thermostat
3516225
Valve, expansion, 1/4, low
DC-H Heated Serving Counter
3234156
Catch, magnetic snap-in
3234572
3234075
3234645
2194095
000-585-0034
2194212
*0160193
Drain Screen
Faucet, hot food table
Leg
Light, pilot, 250V Amber
Louver assy, 18 x 11.75, left hand
Switch, 30A, 120/277V, DPST
Warmer, food, 208V, Infinite
Control, w/ drain
* Exploded view on next page.
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Replacement Parts, continued
Key
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
Part No.
0160193
026-103-Z0006
3434663
2194335
3234557
2194110
0160014
2194007
026-061-0001-S
Description
Complete assembly, 208V, w/drain
Bottom cover
Insulation
Thermostat non-adjustable
Knob
Infinite control, 230V
Food well, with drain
Element, 208V
Deflector plate
8
3
7
2
3
4
1
6
5
5
6
4
7
8
Key
1
2
3
4
5
5
6
7
8
Part No.
000-BN5-0030
2160028
2160030
026-C58-0037
3526999
3516444
2194787
3516322
075-231-0030
3516454
Description
Condensing Unit, 1/4HP
Fan, Axial, 5.5” 120V
Fan Guard, 6.0”
Shroud, Condenser Coil
Danfoss Compressor
Compressor Relay
Start Capacitor
Filter Drier
Condensate Pan
Condenser Coil
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Standard Labor Guidelines To Repair Or Replace Parts On Delfield Equipment
Advice and recommendations given by Delfield Service Technicians do not constitute or guarantee any special coverage.
•A maximum of 1-hour is allowed to diagnose a defective component.
•A maximum of 1-hour is allowed for retrieval of parts not in stock.
•A maximum travel distance of 100 miles round trip and 2-hours will be reimbursed.
•Overtime, installation/start-up, normal control adjustments, general maintenance, glass breakage, freight damage, and/or correcting and
end-user installation error will not be reimbursed under warranty unless pre-approved with a Service Work Authorization from Delfield.
You must submit the number with the service claim.
LABOR OF 1-HOUR IS ALLOWED TO REPLACE:
•Thermostat
•Infinite Switch
•Door Jamb Switch
•Solenoid Coil
•Hi-limit/Thermal Protector Switch
•Compressor Start Components and Overload Protector
•Defrost Timer
•Thermometer
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Contactor/Relay
Transformer
Evaporator/Condenser Fan Motor and Blade
Circulating Fan Motor and Blade
Fan Delay/Defrost Termination Switch
Door Hinges, Locks, and Gaskets
Condensate Element
Springs/Lowerator
LABOR OF 2 HOURS TO REPLACE:
•Drawer Tracks/Cartridges
• Defrost Element
•Pressure Control
• Heating Element
•Solenoid Valve
• Locate/Repair Leak
LABOR OF 3 HOURS TO REPLACE:
•EPR or CPR Valve
• Condenser or Evaporator Coil
•Expansion Valve
LABOR OF 4 HOURS TO REPLACE
•Compressor
This includes recovery of refrigerant and leak check.
$55.00 maximum reimbursement for refrigerant recovery (includes recovery machine, pump, torch, oil, flux, minor fittings, solder, brazing
rod, nitrogen, or similar fees.)
REFRIGERANTS
•R22 A maximum of $4.00/lb. or 25¢/oz. will be reimbursed.
•R134A A maximum of $5.00/lb. or 31¢/oz. will be reimbursed.
•R404A A maximum of $15.00/lb. or $1.00/oz. will be reimbursed.
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Model:________________________ S/N: _______________________
Installation Date:________________
For a list of Delfield’s authorized parts depots,
visit our website at www.delfield.com
Register your Delfield warranty
online. Go to www.delfield.com
under the service tab to complete.
980 S. Isabella Rd., Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858, U.S.A. • (989) 773-7981 or (800) 733-8829 • Fax (989) 773-3210 • www.delfield.com
Delfield reserves the right to make changes in design or specifications without prior notice. ©2013 The Delfield Company. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A.
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