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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    INDEX GENERAL INFORMATION ................Page Introduction ........................Page Definitions........................Page Typographical conventions ....................Page Machine and Manufacturer’s identification data............... Page Equipment identification ....................Page A5.1 How to identify the technical data................ Page A5.2 How to interpret the factory description............... Page Copyright .........................
  • Page 2 G1.2.1 Check the fitting of filters and overflows ..........Page G1.2.2 Arm fitting check................Page Starting ..........................Page Detergent/rinse-aid dispensers and settings ..............Page Setting the dispensers ..................... Page GENERAL SAFETY RULES................Page Introduction ........................Page H1.1 Protection devices installed on the machine............Page H1.1.1 Guards ....................
  • Page 3 INDEX OF FIGURES AND TABLES INDEX OF FIGURES Figure 1 Reproduction of the marking/dataplate on the machine............. Page Figure 2 Position of marking......................Page Figure 3 Technical data identification ....................Page Figure 4 Example of document identification data................Page Figure 5 Unpacking ..........................
  • Page 4 Foreword The instruction manual (hereinafter Manual) provides the operator with useful information for working correctly and safely, facilitating him in using the machine (hereinafter “machine”, “dishwasher” or “equipment”). The following must not be considered a long and exacting list of warnings, but rather a set of instructions suitable for improving machine performance in every respect and, above all, preventing injury to persons and animals and dam- age to property due to improper operating procedures.
  • Page 5: Ageneral Information

    IP25 Customer Electrolux Professional spa - Viale Treviso, 15 - 33170 Pordenone (Italy) the person who purchased the machine and/or who manages and uses it (e.g. company, entrepreneur, Figure 1 Reproduction of the marking/dataplate firm).
  • Page 6: A5 Equipment Identification

    (AC 230 V / 1+N / 50 Hz; 230 V / 3 / 50 Hz ) Nominal 9.9 kW 6.9 kW IP25 Variables description Electrolux Professional spa - Viale Treviso, 15 - 33170 Pordenone (Italy) (1) Mark N = To brand, Z = Zanussi, K = Kipro, A = Alpeninox, E = Electrolux. (2) Machine type...
  • Page 7: A8 Personal Protection Equipment

    PPE NOT REQUIRED use. (1) Use heat resistant gloves suitable for contact with Electrolux Professional S.p.A. declines any liability for water and the substances used (see the safety data possible inaccuracies contained in the manual, if due sheet of the substances used to check other possible to printing or translation errors.
  • Page 8: General Description Of Machine

    Systems for scraping and wetting the dishes (e.g. manual prewash spray) and areas for sorting and arranging them in the racks must be arranged ahead of the dishwasher. TECHNICAL DATA Main technical characteristics MODEL NHT8/ EHT8/ ZHT8I / AHT8I / EHT8M / EHT8M6/ ZHT8TIL/...
  • Page 9: C2 Characteristics Of Power Supply

    380-415V 3N 400-440V 3 220-240V 3 220-240V 1N 6,9 kW 16A 3P+N 16A 3P 20A 3P 40 A 1P+N 5X2,5 mm 5X2,5 mm 4x4 mm 3x6 mm 9,9 kW 20A 3P+N 20A 3P 32A 3P 60 A 1P+N 5X2,5 mm 4X2,5 mm 4X6 mm 3X10 mm...
  • Page 10: Dtransport, Handling And Storage

    TRANSPORT, HANDLING AND STORAGE Introduction D2.2 Translation Transport (i.e. transfer of the machine from one place The operator must: to another) and handling (i.e. transfer inside work- • have a general view of the path to be followed; places) must occur with the use of special equipment •...
  • Page 11: Installation And Assembly

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY Arranging the machine: IMPORTANT! • Wear protective gloves and unpack the machine Machine installation operations must (Figure 5). only be carried out by specialized Techni- cians provided with all the appropriate personal protection equipment (safety shoes, gloves, glasses, overalls, etc.), tools, utensils and ancillary means.
  • Page 12: E5 Disposal Of Packing

    • Accessing the appliance bottom panel. E6.1 Plumbing circuits • Fit the clamps on feet as shown in supplied techni- Plumbing circuit diagram - manual hood type cal sheet. without drain pump • Screw the appliance steadily to the floor using hole clamps.
  • Page 13: E6.2 Installation Diagrams

    Plumbing circuit diagram - manual hood type with drain Plumbing circuit diagram - automatic hood type with pump energy saving device (ESD) LEGEND WI = Water inlet M9 = ESD fan motor CWI = Cold water inlet (~ 15°C) M10 = ESD fan motor M1 = Wash pump AG =...
  • Page 14 Installation diagram - manual hood type (single skin) without drain pump and without energy saving device (ESD) LEGEND Water inlet Cold water inlet Drain outlet Power supply entry Equipotential screw Ventilation Pipe inlet for detergent Pipe inlet for rinse aid Pipe inlet for de-lime...
  • Page 15 Installation diagram - manual hood type (single skin) with drain pump and without energy saving device (ESD) LEGEND Water inlet Cold water inlet Drain outlet Power supply entry Equipotential screw Ventilation Pipe inlet for detergent Pipe inlet for rinse aid Pipe inlet for de-lime...
  • Page 16 Installation diagram - manual hood type (double skin) with drain pump and without energy saving device (ESD) LEGEND Water inlet Cold water inlet Drain outlet Power supply entry Equipotential screw Ventilation Pipe inlet for detergent Pipe inlet for rinse aid Pipe inlet for de-lime...
  • Page 17 Installation diagram - manual hood type (double skin) with drain pump and with energy saving device (ESD) LEGEND Water inlet Cold water inlet Drain outlet Power supply entry Equipotential screw Ventilation Pipe inlet for detergent Pipe inlet for rinse aid Pipe inlet for de-lime...
  • Page 18 Installation diagram - automatic hood type with drain pump and without energy saving device (ESD) LEGEND Water inlet Cold water inlet Drain outlet Power supply entry Equipotential screw Ventilation Pipe inlet for detergent Pipe inlet for rinse aid Pipe inlet for de-lime...
  • Page 19 Installation diagram - automatic hood type with drain pump and with energy saving device (ESD) LEGEND Water inlet Cold water inlet Drain outlet Power supply entry Equipotential screw Ventilation Pipe inlet for detergent Pipe inlet for rinse aid Pipe inlet for de-lime...
  • Page 20: E7 Electrical Connections

    Open the power supply terminal board and insert the Electrical connections jumpers provided as follows: two jumpers between ter- Connection to the power supply must be carried out in minals 2 and 4 and two between terminals 4 and 6. conformity with the current regulations and provisions Using a suitable power supply cable (see technical data in the country of use.
  • Page 21: E9 Haccp Arrangement

    Connect the energy peak controller across terminals 11 and 12 (Figure 15). CAUTION A normally open (n.o.) contact of the con- troller must be connected across termi- nals 11 and 12. When this contact closes the boiler heating elements are discon- nected.
  • Page 22: Fdescription Of Control Panel

    DESCRIPTION OF CONTROL PANEL Legend A = On / Off = “Boiler temperature” M = Drain / self-cleaning cycle B = Open hood indicator light N = Delime cycle C = Close hood G = Wash cycle 1 P = ACTIVE/ WASH SAFE D = “Tank temperature”...
  • Page 23: F1 Basic Controls

    Basic controls On/Off This key indicates the status of the equipment: on or off. When the appliance is on, the key is lit. Hood opening/closing (for automatic versions only) These buttons open/close the hood, only in automatic versions. Wash cycle 1 This button starts wash cycle 1.
  • Page 24: Starting

    STARTING Preliminary checks, adjustments and G1.2.2 Arm fitting check operational tests Make sure the upper and lower wash and rinse arms are correctly fitted (Figure 18). IMPORTANT! These operations must only be carried out by specialized technicians pro- vided with adequate personal protec- tion equipment (e.g.
  • Page 25: G4 Setting The Dispensers

    When the appliance is filled with water for the first time dispensers”). in the day, pump “S” dispenses a rinse-aid quantity in the boiler providing a concentration of 0,1 g/l. In order to change this value, access the parameter  (see G4 Setting the dispensers).
  • Page 26 Press the button ("L" - Table 2 "Control panel") twice to • access the programming mode access the detergent and rinse aid adjustment para- meters.    • access the dispenser family The display shows  which is the first parameter of the dispenser family: Parameter description Value (*)
  • Page 27 External dispenser adjustment IMPORTANT The mixing of different types of detergent/rinse-aid With external dispensers, it may be more useful to will cause crystallisation, which may result in a have the parameters expressed in seconds, setting the breakdown of the dosing pump. Failure to observe parameter ...
  • Page 28: General Safety Rules

    GENERAL SAFETY RULES Introduction WARNING! The machines are provided with electric and/or Do not remove, tamper with or make mechanical safety devices for protecting workers and the labels on the machine illegible. the machine itself. Therefore the user must not remove or tamper with such devices.
  • Page 29: H4 Improper Use

    Improper use RESIDUAL DESCRIPTION OF HAZARDOUS SITU- Improper use is any use differing from that specified in RISK ATION this manual. During machine operation, other types of Slipping or The operator can slip due to water or dirt work or activities considered improper and that in gen- on the floor.
  • Page 30: Normal Machine Use

    NORMAL MACHINE USE Correct use The button "A" lights up (Table 2 "Control panel"), indi- cating that the dishwasher is powered and that water is Our appliances are designed and optimized in order to being introduced and heated. obtain high performance and efficiency. This equip- The word “FILL”...
  • Page 31: I6 Operation

    • Pre-wash the dishes by spraying them with cold or Table of times lukewarm water, without using any detergent. Standard cycle time with supply water in "high pro- • Insert the rack containing the dirty dishes. ductivity" mode (factory default setting): •...
  • Page 32: Figure 23 Yellow Rack

    In models with energy saving device (ESD), before the IMPORTANT message "END", the display shows a countdown for a The appliance will not remove burnt food deposits few seconds: from dishes. Dishes with burnt-on food deposits should be cleaned mechanically/chemically (for example, pre-wash under running water) before 3.
  • Page 33: I7 Alarms

    Note: if only one type of dish rack is to be used, it is AUTONOMY OF THE FULL SALT CONTAINER advisable to choose the GREEN rack. ACCORDING TO THE CHANGE IN INLET WATER HARDNESS The salt container Using cycle 2 for 30 Alarms must filled...
  • Page 34: I9 Machine Cleaning

    instructions and observe the safety rules given in the information cards provided with the product or sub- stance. In order to reduce the environmental impact of pollut- ant substances, clean the equipment (externally and internally where necessary) with products that are more than 90% biodegradable.
  • Page 35: I9.2 Exterior Cleaning

    To reduce the emission of pollutants into the environ- ment, clean the appliance (externally and where necessary internally) with products having a biodegra- The message "CLE" ("CLEAN") will be displayed dability of over 90%. throughout the drain cycle: Leave the hood raised whenever the appliance is not in use.
  • Page 36: I12 Machine Disposal

    Machine disposal At the end of the product’s life cycle, make sure the equipment is not dispersed in the environment. The equipment must be disposed of in compliance with current regulations in the country of use. All metal parts are in s/steel (AISI 304) and removable. Plastic parts are marked with the letters of the material.