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INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION, USE AND

MAINTENANCE

CS2000

ASEP2000

(VERSION ASEP2000.8 EN 01/01/08)

MACHINE N°/SERIAL NUMBER :

1300624 January 2008

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Model Identification

Information in this manual is applicable to the following models:

UHM027D

UHM033D

UHM049D

UHM067D

These technical documents contain information that is privileged and confidential.

You are hereby notified that any disclosure or copying is strictly prohibited. We will proceed against any breach of this condition.

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TECHNICAL DOCUMENT

ASEPTIC AND CS WASHING MACHINE SERIES 2000

 

CONTENTS

 

1. General working procedure

p. 6

1.1

Description

p. 6

1.2

Construction

p. 7

 

1.2.1 Chassis-frame

p. 7

 

1.2.2 Tub and drum

p. 7

 

1.2.3 Suspensions

p. 7

 

1.2.4 Porthole

p. 7

 

1.2.5 Bearings, transmission and motor

p. 7

 

1.2.6 Programming

p. 8

1.3

Working principle

p. 8

1.4

Security

p. 8

 

1.4.1 Total protection against opening doors

p. 8

 

1.4.2 Protection against unbalance

p. 9

 

1.4.3 Heater protection

p. 9

 

1.4.4 Security related to the gas heating system

p. 9

1.5

Heating

p. 10

2. Technical information regarding the installation

p. 11

2.1

Technical specifications

p. 11

 

2.2 Installation

p. 12

 

2.2.1 Maintenance and unpacking

p. 12

 

2.2.2 Characteristics of the room

p. 13

 

2.2.3 Connections

p. 14

 

2.2.4 First start-up

p. 17

2.3 Adaptation of the device to another type of gas

p. 17

 

2.3.1 Actions to be taken

p. 17

 

2.3.2 Table of adjustments and flow rates

p. 18

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3. Technical information for the user

p. 19

3.1

Details of the various elements

p. 19

 

3.1.1 Opening and closing the doors

p. 19

 

3.1.2 Soap trays

p. 20

 

3.1.3 Unbalance and direction of rotation

p. 20

3.2

Usage of washing machines with micro control

p. 21

4. Periodic maintenance

p. 21

4.0

Every day

p. 21

4.1

Every week

p. 21

4.2

Every month

p. 21

4.3

Every 3 months

p. 21

4.4

Every 6 months

p. 22

4.5

Every year

p. 22

5.

Maintenance instructions

p. 23

 

5.1

Remove sealing kit

p. 23

6.

Troubleshooting

p. 24

 

6.1

Checks

p. 24

 

6.2

Other break-downs

p. 24

7.

Problems during operation and start-up

p. 25

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LIST OF DIAGRAMS

N° diagram

Index

Date

Description

AS2000-0001

 

06/01/00

Washer dryer, front view

 

 

 

 

AS2000-0003

B

19/12/01

Side view

 

 

 

 

AS2000-0009

A

29/03/00

Tub detail

 

 

 

 

AS2000-0011

A

25/04/03

Drainage circuit

 

 

 

 

AS2000-0015

A

27/06/02

Display

 

 

 

 

AS2000-0016

 

06/01/00

Electrical heating unit

 

 

 

 

AS2000-0017

A

03/01/02

Water levels

 

 

 

 

AS2000-0018

A

25/04/03

Unlocking of tub door, washer

 

 

 

 

AS2000-0022

C

01/02/01

Installation scheme of aseptic

 

 

 

washer elec and steam 2000/27

AS2000-0023

C

01/02/01

Installation scheme of aseptic

 

 

 

washer elec and steam 2000/33

AS2000-0024

C

01/02/01

Installation scheme of aseptic

 

 

 

washer elec and steam 2000/49

AS2000-0025

C

01/02/01

Installation scheme of aseptic

 

 

 

washer elec and steam 2000/67

AS2000-0026

A

17/12/01

Soap tray – Water inlet

 

 

 

 

AS2000-0027

A

01/10/01

Installation scheme of aseptic

 

 

 

washer gas 2000/27

AS2000-0028

A

01/10/01

Installation scheme of aseptic

 

 

 

washer gas 2000/33

AS2000-0029

B

24/05/01

Installation scheme of aseptic

 

 

 

washer gas 2000/49

AS2000-0030

A

01/10/01

Installation scheme of aseptic

 

 

 

washer gas 2000/67

CS2000-0022

D

27/06/02

Installation scheme of aseptic

 

 

 

washer elec and steam 2000/27

CS2000-0023

D

27/06/02

Installation scheme of aseptic

 

 

 

washer elec and steam 2000/33

CS2000-0024

D

27/06/02

Installation scheme of aseptic

 

 

 

washer elec and steam 2000/49

 

 

 

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Type machine

CS, ASEP2000

CS, ASEP2000

CS, ASEP2000

CS ET ASEP2000 DF, CS, ASEP micro

DF, CS, ASEP

DF, CS, ASEP

DF, CS, ASEP AS2000/27 E / V AS2000/33 E / V AS2000/49 E / V AS2000/67 E / V CS, ASEP2000 AS2000/27 GAS AS2000/33 GAS AS2000/49 GAS

AS2000/67 GAS

CS2000/27 E / V CS2000/33 E / V CS2000/49 E / V

CS2000-0025

D

 

27/06/02

Installation scheme of aseptic

CS2000/67

E / V

 

 

 

 

washer elec and steam 2000/67

CS2000/27

GAS

CS2000-0027

B

 

27/06/02

Installation scheme of aseptic

 

 

 

 

washer gas 2000/27

CS2000/33

GAS

CS2000-0028

B

 

27/06/02

Installation scheme of aseptic

 

 

 

 

washer gas 2000/33

CS2000/49

GAS

CS2000-0029

C

 

27/06/02

Installation scheme of aseptic

 

 

 

 

washer gas 2000/49

CS2000/67

GAS

CS2000-0030

B

 

27/06/02

Installation scheme of aseptic

 

 

 

 

washer gas 2000/67

 

 

 

 

ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS AND SPARE PARTS LIST

 

 

 

 

Refer to technical manual

 

 

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1. GENERAL WORKING PROCEDURE

1.1 Description

Correct usage in accordance with design:

o The dirty laundry is loaded into the front part of the machine and the clean laundry is unloaded from the rear part of the machine, using portholes situated opposite to the loading ports (for the Aseptic machines) or into the front part of the machine (for the CS machines).

o When a separating wall is constructed at the middle plane of the machine this will then avoid any contact between the dirty and the clean laundry.

Simple usage:

o Loading and unloading of the laundry through one or two large ports opening by 180°.

Easy-to-useprograms:

o Control of the machine by a microprocessor with five standard programs - washing types. It provides the possibility to create 25 other programs according to your requirements.

No concrete base is required. However, a stable and level floor is absolutely necessary.

No vibrations are transmitted to the floor.

The machine only requires one electrical connection, one connection for the heating system of the machine (electricity or steam or gas) and one channel for the drainage of used water.

Various types of detergents may be used:

o Classical detergent in powder form or liquid detergent supplied by a dosing pump.

Note: The supplier of the liquid detergents must carry out the adaptation of the dosing pumps and their electrical connection (since the system is specific for each type of product).

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1.2 Construction

1.2.1 Chassis - frame

Mechanically soldered frame of hot de-scaledsteel plating, protected against oxidation by phosphation, and covered with epoxy paint.

Protection panels in stainless steel plating with 1.2 mm thickness.

The design of the lower part of each tub port inhibits the laundry from slipping inbetween the tub and the drum.

1.2.2 Tub and drum

The tub consists of a rolled stainless steel plate, closed at its extremities by 2 flanges, also stainless steel. The tub flanges are bolted to the tub and a seal assures waterproofing.

The drum consists of a perforated and pressed stainless steel plate. The plate is then rolled and nested in two bead plates, also stainless steel. 4 beaters mounted peripherally around the interior allow the laundry to be stirred correctly. This assembly is held together by 4 tension rods that traverse the drum from one end to the other.

1.2.3 Suspensions

The tub - drum assembly is suspended by four springs that are attached to the frame and held in place by eight stabilisators, thus absorbing all vibration.

1.2.4 Porthole

The large-sizeportholes are of stainless steel and equipped with SECURIT panes of tempered glass. Thus they permit a visual control of the washing operation.

1.2.5 Bearings, transmission and motor

The connecting rod bearings are waterproof and have a hardened steel base.

The transmission consists of one belt, providing a driving mechanism without slippage.

The asynchronous motor with variable frequency provides a gradual acceleration, without shocks, which avoids drawing a large current when initiating centrifugal motion.

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1.2.6 Programming

Of the integral type with a microprocessor, regulation of:

Four soap trays.

Admission of hot, cold and/or soft water.

Bath levels adjustable.

Temperature adjustable from 0 to 90°C with microprocessor.

Reduced mechanical washing motion for delicate laundry.

Normal mechanical washing motion.

Intermediate and final centrifuge.

1.3 Working principle

The following operations: loading the dirty laundry, loading the various detergents, and starting and controlling the operations by means of the control panel, are all done on the

"dirty laundry" side of the machine.

Once the program is finished, the drum ports are automatically aligned with the "clean laundry" side for the Aseptic machines (the laundry may then be unloaded on the other side of the separation wall, in another room, without risking contamination of the clean laundry by contact with the dirty laundry) or “dirty laundry” side (for the CS machines).

1.4 Security

1.4.1 Total protection against opening doors

This protection is designed to prevent accidents that might be caused by opening a porthole while the drum is rotating.

Depending on the machine type, either one or two magnetic latches inhibit the opening of the porthole(s) of the tub.

The microprocessor orders their release automatically.

After centrifuging the release of the latches is retarded by about 90 seconds.

In case of an electrical outage and after verifying that the drum has come to a complete stop, it is possible to unlock the doors by take away the front panel under the door and pulling down the small cord.

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1.4.2 Protection against unbalance

The suspended aseptic or CS machines are fitted with one or two unbalance protections, according to their load capacity. These avoid excessive oscillations caused by a strong unbalance by interrupting the centrifugal motion.

Effect of the protections in case of a strong unbalance

During the final centrifuge, the centrifugal motion is interrupted and the drainage is maintained, but the cycle is frozen. The message “E9 or unbalance fault” is shown on the display. One must restart the cycle and move fast forward through the program to arrive at the centrifuge phase again.

1.4.3 Heater protection

The bath heating system is not switched on unless the pressure meter, installed for this purpose, detects the correct water level.

1.4.4 Security related to gas heating system

Four security systems guarantee the correct operation of the system.

When no flame is detected in the burner, the igniter and control plug of the flame causes the closure of the electronic valve in the gas feed, while message “E13” appears on the micro control display. After waiting for about 20 seconds you may then restart the system by a key combination for machine with micro control. If the default appears again, one of the following faults has occurred:

o No gas feed: check whether the gas feed valves are open.o Igniter plug broken.

The thermostat (chimney obstructed” interrupts the power supply to the command module, in case the chimney is obstructed, and informs you of this fault on the terminal display showing “E10 or chimney obstructed”. After several minutes, you may restart the cycle by pressing “start”. Check your chimney when the fault persists.

The thermostat “heating security” also interrupts the command module when the temperature in the heater is abnormal and informs you of this fault on the terminal display showing “E11 or heating security”.

The thermostat “water failure security” also interrupts the command module when the heating element overheats and informs you of this fault on the terminal display showing “E12 or water failure security”.

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