DMSHELLEYBASIC

DMSHELLEYBASIC
Shelleybasic™
Original Instructions
Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual
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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
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.
WARNING
Observe the following:
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CAUTION
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Minimum clearances must be maintained from all walls and combustible materials.
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Keep the equipment area free and clear of combustible material.
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Allow adequate clearance for air openings.
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Operate equipment only on the type of electricity indicated on the specification plate.
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Unplug the unit before making any repairs.
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Retain this manual for future reference.
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Contents
Receiving And Inspecting The Equipment.............................. 3
Serial Number Information..................................................... 4
Warranty Information.............................................................. 4
Regulatory Certifications........................................................ 4
Specifications ..................................................................... 5-6
Installation.............................................................................. 7
Operation............................................................................. 8-9
Reversing And Replacing Panels............................................ 9
Maintenance..........................................................................10
Noes......................................................................................11
Receiving And Inspection 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.
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
The serial number on self-contained refrigerated units is on the
electrical specifications tag located near the condensing unit.
On hot food pans and hot/cold combination pans, the serial
number tag is located on the bottom shelf of the cabinet.
The serial number tag also lists the refrigerant used and the
amount of charge.
Always have the serial number of your unit available when
calling for parts or service. A complete list of authorized Delfield
parts depots is available at www.delfield.com.
©2014 The Delfield Company. All rights reserved. Reproduction without written
permission is prohibited. Delfield is a registered trademark 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 (CUL)
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Specifications
Heated Counters
Model
L
D
H
Ship Wt
Food
Wells
Volts
Plug
Amp
SE-H2
39”
29”
36”
215lbs (98kg)
2
120/208-230
14-20P
10.0/11.0
SE-H3
50”
29”
36”
265lbs (120kg)
3
120/208-230
14-20P
15.0/16.0
SE-H4
64”
29”
36”
320lbs (145kg)
4
120/208-230
14-30P
20.0/22.0
SE-H5
78”
29”
36”
410lbs (186kg)
5
120/208-230
14-50P
24.0/27.0
SE-H6
92”
29”
36”
500lbs (227kg)
6
120/208-230
14-50P
29.0/32.0
Refrigerated Cold Pan Serving Counters
Model
L
D
H
Ship Wt
12 X 20
Pans
Volts
Plug
Amp
H.P.
Ref
Chrg.
BTU
Load
Sys.
Cap.
Evap BTU/
TD/Temp
SE-C2
39”
29”
36”
340lbs (154kg)
2
115
5-15P
4.0
1/5
8.0 oz
379
812
26/31°/4°
SE-C3
50”
29”
36”
415lbs (188kg)
3
115
5-15P
4.0
1/5
8.0 oz
569
889
35/26°/9°
SE-C4
64”
29”
36”
490lbs (222kg)
4
115
5-15P
7.0
1/4
16.0 oz
758
1373
43/32°/3°
SE-C5
78”
29”
36”
565lbs (256kg)
5
115
5-15P
7.0
1/4
16.0 oz
948
1469
51/29°/6°
SE-C6
92”
29”
36”
640lbs (290kg)
6
115
5-15P
8.0
1/3
16.0 oz
1138
1921
59/32°/3°
Hot / Cold Self-Contained Combination Counters
Model
12 X 20
Pans
Volts
Plug
Amp
H.P.
Ref
Chrg.
BTU
Load
Sys.
Cap.
Evap BTU/
TD/Temp
350lbs
(159kg)
2
120
5-30P
24.0
1/4
5.5 oz
379
812
26/42°/-7°
36”
425lbs
(193kg)
3
120/240
14-30P
21.0
1/4
5.5 oz
569
889
35/36°/-1°
29”
36”
500lbs
(227kg)
4
120/240
14-30P
21.0
1/4
8.0 oz
758
1373
43/32°/3°
78”
29”
36”
575lbs
(261kg)
5
120/240
14-60P
43.0
1/4
8.0 oz
948
1469
51/29°/6°
92”
29”
36”
650lbs
(295kg)
6
120/240
14-60P
43.0
1/3
12.0 oz
1138
1921
59/30°/5°
L
D
H
Ship Wt
SE-HC2
39”
29”
36”
SE-HC3
50”
29”
SE-HC4
64”
SE-HC5
SE-HC6
Ice Cooled Serving Counters
Model
L
D
H
Ship Wt
12 X 20
Pans
SE-I2
39”
29”
36”
200lbs (91kg)
2
SE-I3
50”
29”
36”
245lbs (111kg)
3
SE-I4
64”
29”
36”
280lbs (127kg)
4
SE-I5
78”
29”
36”
330lbs (150kg)
5
SE-I6
92”
29”
36”
380lbs (172kg)
6
SES model specifications are the same as SE model specifications, except SES model height is 30”.
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Specifications continued
Frost Top Counters
Model
L
D
H
Ship Wt
Volts
Plug
Amp
H.P.
Ref Chrg.
BTU
Load
Sys.
Cap.
Evap BTU/
TD/Temp
SE-F2
39”
29”
36”
370lbs (168kg)
115
5-15P
7.5
1/4
16.0 oz
379
1112
26/42°/-7°
SE-F3
50”
29”
36”
445lbs (202kg)
115
5-15P
7.5
1/4
16.0 oz
569
1259
35/36°/-1°
SE-F4
64”
29”
36”
530lbs (240kg)
115
5-15P
7.5
1/4
16.0 oz
758
1373
43/32°/3°
SE-F5
78”
29”
36”
600lbs (272kg)
115
5-15P
7.5
1/4
16.0 oz
948
1469
51/29°/6°
SE-F6
92”
29”
36”
670lbs (304kg)
115
5-15P
8.0
1/3
24.0 oz
1138
1787
59/30°/5°
Utility Counters
Model
L
D
H
Ship Wt
SE-U2
39”
29”
36”
150lbs (68kg)
SE-U3
50”
29”
36”
170lbs (77kg)
SE-U4
64”
29”
36”
200lbs (91kg)
SE-U5
78”
29”
36”
230lbs (104kg)
SE-U6
92”
29”
36”
280lbs (127kg)
Cashier’s Stand
Model
L
D
H
Ship Wt
SE-CS
29”
29”
36”
170lbs (77kg)
Tray Stand
Model
L
D
H
Ship Wt
SE-TS
39”
29”
36”
140lbs (64kg)
Ice Cream Counters - 0 degree only
Model
Cabinet
Capacity
Volts
Plug
Amp
H.P.
Ref
Chrg.
BTU
Load
Sys.
Cap.
Evap BTU/
TD/Temp
460lbs
(209kg)
84 cups
115
5-15P
5.3
1/4
8.0 oz
292
569
20/28°/-31°
505lbs
(229kg)
224 cups
115
5-15P
5.3
1/4
9.0 oz
473
661
28/24°/-24°
L
D
H
Ship Wt
SE-ICE1
39”
29”
36”
SE-ICE2
50”
29”
36”
Corner Units
Model
L
D
H
Ship Wt
SE-29
29”
29”
36”
110lbs (50kg)
SE-39
39”
29”
36”
160lbs (73kg)
SES model specifications are the same as SE model specifications, except SES model height is 30”.
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Installation
Location
Units represented in this manual are for indoor use only. Be
sure the location chosen has a floor strong enough to support
the total weight of the cabinet and contents. A fully loaded
model may weigh as much as 3000 pounds! Reinforce the floor
as necessary to provide for maximum loading.
For the most efficient refrigeration, be sure to provide good air
circulation inside and out. Be sure that the exterior of the unit
has access to ample air. Avoid hot corners and locations near
stoves and ovens. It is suggested the rear of the unit be no
less than two inches from any wall, partition or any other object
which will restrict exhaust air flow.
CAUTION
Electrical Connection
A standard unit is provided with a power cord and grounded
plug.
The unit should be plugged into a receptacle with its own circuit
protection that matches the amperage of the plug.
Connections must be made in accordance with
all applicable local codes and/or the National
Electrical Code. Refer to the amperage data
on the specification pages and the wiring
diagrams to be sure the unit is connected to
the proper power source. A protected circuit of
the correct voltage and amperage must be run
for connection of the line cord.
Unit requires that the sides and bottom are not
any closer than 3” to any combustible material.
DANGER
Leveling
A level cabinet looks better and will perform more efficiently
when the doors line up with the door frames properly, the
cabinet will not be subject to undue strain and the corners of the
shelves will not move around on the supports. A level heated
unit will maintain an equal water depth when water is used in
the wells. Use a level to make sure the unit is level from front to
back and side to side.
Stabilizing
All models are supplied on casters for your convenience, ease
of cleaning underneath and for mobility.
CAUTION
The unit must be installed in a stable condition
with the front wheels locked, locking the
front casters after installation is the owner’s
responsibility.
Moisture collecting from improper drainage
can create a slippery surface on the floor
and a hazard to employees. It is the owner’s
responsibility to provide a container or outlet
for drainage.
CAUTION
On cord-connected units, the ON/OFF switch
must be turned to its OFF position and power
supply disconnected whenever doing the
following:
1. Performing maintenance functions.
2. Cleaning the refrigerated cabinet area.
3. Performing service or repair functions.
Under no circumstances should a refrigerated unit be operated
without the louvered panel in place.
Plumbing
Refrigerated units have a drain that exits the unit on the bottom
and is located on the operator’s left side. Standard units on
casters or legs will have a bronze gate valve that fits a standard
garden hose. Drain connections are on the operator side below
the pan in the open shelf area.
Reversing And Replacing Panels
Shelleybasic laminated panels are reversible. All panels are
replaceable. The panels sit in an upper and lower track.
To install new or reversed panels, insert the panel into the upper
track. Continue placing the panel into the unit and lower it into
the lower track.
Remove first an end panel. Gain access from the back of the
unit. Place one hand inside the unit on the panel, and one hand
on the panel outside the unit. Push the panel out and lift the
panel up. Remove the panel from the lower track and then the
upper track. By removing an end panel first you will have better
access to the front panel. Repeat the process for the front panel
and the other end panel.
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Operation SE-C And SES-C
There is a switch on the right side of the compressor stand used
to turn the unit on and off.
These units are designed to hold cold food product between
33°F to 41°F (0.6°C to 5°C).
Cold pans are adjusted at the factory to provide satisfactory
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 clock-wise as indicated
on the control. Settings are from 1 through 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.
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. 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 to prevent warming or spoilage.
When the cold pan is used with ice, use perforated bottoms.
These will allow ice to melt properly.
The unit must be turned off when not in use or overnight for
defrosting and cleaning.
Operation SE-H And SES-H
When operating these units “wet”, never use
anything other than plain water in the wells
or tank. Failure to observe this warning may
result in personal injury or damage to the unit.
These units are designed to hold warm food product between
140˚F to 160˚F (60˚C to 71˚C).
Individually heated hot food units may be operated “wet”
(with water in the wells) or “dry”. However, “wet” operation is
recommended for better performance.
After plugging in the power supply cord, select desired
temperature by rotating temperature control. A knob and
indicator light are provided for each individual heated food well.
DANGER
First Time Use
Before the unit is used the first time for serving, turn the
temperature knob to HI and heat the well for 20 to 30 minutes.
Any residue or dust that adhered to the heater element(s) will
be burned off during this initial preheat period.
When serving thick sauces always operate the hot food well in
“wet” operation. This provides more uniform temperature for
the sauce.
Never place food directly in well. Always use
pans.
For most efficient operation, keep covered insets in each well
during preheating or when empty.
Always place covers on pans when not serving to prevent food
from drying out.
Wet Operation
Fill the food well with about 2” of water and cover with lid or
empty pan. To preheat water, set temperature control at HI.
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. To reduce preheating time,
use hot water to fill the well.
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DANGER
When operated at the highest temperature
setting, the top of the unit will become very
hot. Staff and customers using the equipment
should be informed about this.
Steam can cause serious burns. Always wear
some 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.
Dry Operation
Wet operation is usually much more efficient and is preferred.
However, these units may be operated without water with no
damage to the unit.
When operated dry, the bottom of the well will discolor. To
clean, use a stainless steel cleaner or mild abrasive.
When operated dry, the well bottoms become
very hot. Do not allow unprotected skin to
contact any well surface.
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Operation SE-F And SES-F
Frost tops are designed to maintain an even layer of frost to
pleasantly display desserts and pies. Once turned on, the
compressor will run continuously. The unit should be turned off
overnight or when not in use.
Since it takes time for frost to accumulate initially, the unit should
be turned on approximately an hour before it is actually required.
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.
Operation SE-HC And SES-HC
The hot and cold combination pans must be operated with water
in the well when running as a hot food well.
Hot Operation
Fill well with a minimum of 4” of water. Place function switch in
HOT position. Turn thermostat dial to highest position and allow
unit to warm up. Then reset the thermostat to maintain the
desired temperature.
CAUTION
DANGER
Never use anything more than plain water in the
wells or tank. Failure to observe this warning
may result in personal injury or damage to the
unit.
When operated at the highest temperature
setting, the top of the unit will become very
hot. Staff and customers using the equipment
should be informed about this.
To turn unit off, simply move the function switch to OFF position.
Drain water and allow unit to cool before cleaning or switching to
cold operation.
Cold Operation
Simply place the function switch to the COLD position. The
compressor controller has been factory set and no temperature
adjustment should be necessary. When the cold pan is used with
ice, use perforated bottoms. These will allow ice to melt properly.
Switching from Hot to Cold Operation
Follow the following procedure:
1)
Place the function switch in the OFF position
and drain off hot water.
2)
Allow the unit to cool until it can be safely
cleaned.
3)
When clean up procedures are complete, unit
will be ready for cold operation.
To assure maximum compressor life, do not
switch from “hot” to “cold” operation without
allowing a cool down period. Never switch from
hot to cold operation while hot water remains in
the pans. Failure to observe this warning will
greatly reduce compressor life and eventually
cause premature compressor failure.
Switching from Cold to Hot Operation
No special procedure is required to switch from cold to hot
operation. Be sure to fill with a minimum of 4” of water.
This unit is designed so that the compressor and
the heating elements cannot operate at the same
time. Continued operation of the compressor
in the “hot position” should not be considered
normal. Call for service if this happens.
The unit must be turned off when not in use or overnight for
defrosting and cleaning.
SE-HC And SES-HC Immersion Heater High Limit
As a safety feature, the SE-HC and SES-HC food well immersion
heater includes a high limit safety switch. If the heater gets too
hot the safety switch will trip and turn the heater off. A pilot light
on the control panel will illuminate when the safety switch is
tripped. To reset the safety switch, first turn OFF the thermostat
or Power switch and then determine if low water is the cause.
If low water is not the cause, contact service for resolution. If
low water is the cause, carefully remove food pans and refill the
water. This will allow the immersion heater to cool and the safety
switch will automatically reset. The unit must be turned OFF as
directed or safety switch will not reset even if water is refilled to
proper level. Replace food pans and turn thermostat or Power
switch back on.
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Maintenance
CAUTION
Never hose down interior or exterior of units with
water. This will void the warranty. Wipe interior dry
of any water accumulation.
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.
Never use window sprays, kitchen scouring compounds or
solvents to clean casters.
The power switch must be turned to OFF and the
unit disconnected from the power source whenever
performing service, maintenance functions or
cleaning.
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.
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.
CAUTION
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.
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. Ice Cream counters require defrosting after 3/8 to 1/2 of
frost forming. Frost top ON/OFF switch is located in machine
compartment. Cold pan thermostat has an OFF position.
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.
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.
CAUTION
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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.
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.
Plexiglas Food Shield Cleaning
Wet a clean cloth with lukewarm water and dishwashing liquid.
Apply only light pressure, rinse with clear and blot dry with a
damp chamois. For excessively dirty surfaces, rinse surface
dirt off before washing. Fine scratches will disappear when you
polish by hand with a plastic cleaner polish.
Never use window sprays, kitchen scouring
compounds or solvents such as acetone, gasoline,
benzene, alcohol, carbon tetrachloride or lacquer
thinner to clean plexiglas.
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