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Operating instructions
Laboratory Glassware Washer
PG 8593
To avoid the risk of accidents or damage
to the appliance, it is essential to read
these instructions before it is installed
and used for the first time.
en - CA
M.-Nr. 10 284 370

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    Operating instructions Laboratory Glassware Washer PG 8593 To avoid the risk of accidents or damage en - CA  to the appliance, it is essential to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time. M.-Nr. 10 284 370...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Notes about these instructions.................. 7 Intended use ........................ 8 Spray pressure and spray arm monitoring ................9 User profiles ........................10 Guide to the machine ...................... 11 Overview..........................11 Control panel ........................12 LEDs in the buttons ......................13 Warning and Safety Instructions.................. 14 Symbols on the machine.....................

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    Contents Neutralizing agent........................ 50 Refilling neutralizing agent .....................  50 Refill indicator.........................  51 Dispensing neutralizing agent .................. 51 Detergent..........................52 Refilling liquid cleaning detergent ..................  52 Refill indicator.........................  53 Dispensing liquid cleaning detergent ................ 53 Operation.......................... 54 Selecting a program ......................54 Starting a program ......................

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    Contents Program structure........................ 92 Program header...................... 92 Program blocks ...................... 93 Opening the menu....................... 94 Resetting a program......................95 Altering a program ......................96 Allocating wash blocks.................... 97 Spray arm monitoring.....................  98 Measuring conductivity (optional feature) .............. 100 Changing water quantity .................... 104 Increasing drainage time ....................

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    Contents After sales service...................... 147 Contacting Miele Service ....................147 Software version........................ 148 Installation........................ 149 Installation and levelling ....................149 Building under a continuous worktop ................150 Removing the lid...................... 150 Electromagnetic compatibility ................... 152 Electrical connection ...................... 153 Equipotential bonding connection ..................153 Water connection ...................... 154...

  • Page 7: Notes About These Instructions

    Notes about these instructions Warnings  Information which is important for safety is highlighted in a thick framed box with a warning symbol. This alerts you to the potential danger of injury to people or damage to property. Read these warning notes carefully and observe the procedural instructions and codes of practice they describe.

  • Page 8: Intended Use

    Intended use This Miele laboratory glassware washer can be used to reprocess laboratory glassware and laboratory utensils with water based media. The process includes cleaning, rinsing and where required disinfection and drying. Due to the wide variety of laboratory glassware and laboratory utensils on the market, it may be necessary in some cases to establish whether it is suitable for reprocessing in a laboratory glassware washer.

  • Page 9: Spray Pressure And Spray Arm Monitoring

    Spray arm speed can also be monitored, e.g. for prompt detection of blockages due to misloading or foam in the water circulation system. Spray arm speed monitoring can be activated or deactivated via the programmable settings. Miele Service can make further settings for spray pressure and spray arm monitoring.

  • Page 10: User Profiles

    Intended use User profiles Daily operators Daily operators must be instructed in operating and loading the machine and trained regularly to guarantee safe daily use. They require knowledge of machine reprocessing of laboratory glassware and laboratory utensils. Tasks for daily routine operation are located in the Settings ...

  • Page 11: Guide To The Machine

    Guide to the machine Overview Comfort door locking mechanism Toe kick panel with service flap Module slot for a communication module On the back: (Back, top right) – Second data plate – Electrical and plumbing connections Test point for performance checks (Top, front right;...

  • Page 12: Control Panel

    For switching drying on and off. Button OK For selecting or confirming entries in the user interface.  PC / Optical interface Used by Miele service technicians to run diagnostic checks and can also be used to update programming data in the future.

  • Page 13: Leds In The Buttons

    Guide to the machine LEDs in the buttons The buttons on the control panel have LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) that indicate the status of the machine. Keypad Status Button  The machine is switched on. The machine is switched off. Program The respective program has been selection...

  • Page 14: Warning And Safety Instructions

    Manufacturer's cleaning and maintenance instructions must also be observed. Miele cannot be held liable for damage caused by improper or incorrect use or operation of the machine. ...

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     A damaged or leaking machine is dangerous and poses a safety hazard. Immediately disconnect the machine at the power switch and contact the Miele Service Department.  Personnel operating the machine should be trained on a regular basis. Untrained personnel must not be allowed access to the machine or its controls.

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    Under certain circumstances process chemicals can cause damage to the machine. Always follow the recommendations of the process chemical manufacturers. In case of damage or doubt about compatibility, please consult with Miele.  Process chemicals containing chlorine can damage the elastomers of the machine.

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    For critical applications, where very stringent reprocessing requirements have to be met, it is strongly recommended that all process-related factors (processing chemicals, water quality, etc.) are discussed in advance with Miele.  For applications that demand especially stringent cleaning and rinsing results, the operator must ensure that quality control occurs on a regular basis to meet the standards involved.

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    Using accessories  Only Miele accessories should be connected to this machine for the appropriate application. Consult Miele for details on the type of equipment to use.  Only use Miele wash carts, baskets, modules and inserts with this machine.

  • Page 19: Symbols On The Machine

    Remove or destroy the door latch to prevent children from locking themselves in. Then make appropriate arrangements for its safe disposal. Miele will not be held liable for damage caused by failure to comply with these Warning and Safety Instructions.

  • Page 20: Operation

    Operation Control panel The machine is operated exclusively by the buttons located on the stainless steel surfaces either side of the display. The display is not a touch screen. A light touch on the relevant button is sufficient to operate the functions.

  • Page 21: Switching On

    Press the  button until the LED on the keypad lights up.  After that, the display will show the following, for example: PG 8593 As soon as the machine is ready for operation, the display changes to show the last selected program, e.g.:...

  • Page 22: User Interface In The Display

    Operation User interface in the display The user interface of the machine is controlled by menus. The menus are displayed in a 3-line display on the control panel. The name of the menu (top line) and up to two options are shown. The currently selected option is highlighted, e.g.

  • Page 23: Settings In The Menu

    Operation Settings in the menu All menu descriptions in these operating instructions are structured as follows: Input procedure The input procedure describes the complete sequence required to reach a particular menu level. The menu options shown must be selected individually using the arrow buttons and then confirmed with ...

  • Page 24: Symbols In The Display

    Operation Symbols in the display  Navigation arrows If a menu consists of more than two options, two navigation arrows are shown at the side of the menu options. Settings  Language  Date Use the  and  arrow buttons on the control panel to navigate through the menu.

  • Page 25: Commissioning

    Commissioning Installation and connection Before commissioning the machine must be securely installed, and the water inlet and drain hoses and the mains cable correctly connected. See "Installation", "Plumbing connections" and "Electrical connection" and the installation plan supplied. Procedure During commissioning a set procedure is followed which must not be interrupted.

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    Commissioning Selecting the The menu for selecting the date format will then appear. date format Date format DD:MM:YY MM:DD:YY – = Day – = Month, and – = Year. Use the  and  arrow buttons to select the date format you want ...

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    Unused plumbing connections, e.g. if there is only one connection, can be deactivated here. Following commissioning the plumbing connections can be reinstated by Miele Service. Plumbing connections Accept Cold water The plumbing connection is set via multiple choice. A box  is shown in the display next to all plumbing connections.

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    Commissioning Commissioning Commissioning is completed when the following message is completed displayed. Set up successful Confirm the message with OK.  The machine is now ready for use. Universal Temperature 75 °C Duration 1:30 After commissioning every program starts with reactivation of the water softener.

  • Page 29: Opening And Closing The Door

    Opening and closing the door Electronic door locking The machine is equipped with a Comfort door lock. When the door is closed, the Comfort door lock automatically pulls the door into the correct position, electronically locking the door. Opening the door An electronically locked door can only be opened if: –...

  • Page 30: Opening The Door Using The Emergency Release

    Opening and closing the door Opening the door using the emergency release The emergency release may only be used when it is no longer possible to open the door normally, e.g. in the event of a power cut.  If the emergency release is operated during a program cycle, hot water and process chemicals can escape.

  • Page 31: Water Softener

    The water softener must be set to the exact hardness of the tap water (see" Water softener - Setting the water hardness"). Miele Service is able to measure the exact water hardness on site. Alternatively your local water supplier will be able to tell you the exact degree of hardness in the mains water supply.

  • Page 32: Setting The Water Hardness Level

    Water softener Setting the water hardness level Water hardness can be set between 0 - 70 gr/gal. Open the menu as follows:  Button        Additional settings Water hardness           Water hardness gr/gal (0 - 70 gr/gal ) The bottom line of the display shows the possible input range. Water hardness input values can be found in the chart on the next page.

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    Water softener Settings table gr/gal mmol/l Display gr/gal mmol/l Display CaCO 3 CaCO 3   0     0   0   0   650   6.5   1   20   1   670   6.7   2   40   2   680   6.8   3   50   3   700   7.0   4   70   4   720   7.2   5   90   5...

  • Page 34: Filling The Salt Reservoir

    Use only special, coarse-grained reactivation salt with a granule size of approx. 1 - 4 mm. Suitable water softener salt is available from Miele Professional. Do not under any circumstances use other types of salt such as table salt, agricultural or gritting salt. These may contain insoluble additives which can impair the functioning of the water softener.

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    Water softener  Do not fill the reservoir with water. The reservoir could overflow when filled with salt. Add salt only until the funnel of the salt reservoir is full, so that it  can close properly. Do not add more than 2kg of salt. As the salt reservoir is being filled, displaced water (saline solution) may run out.

  • Page 36: Add Salt Reminder

    Water softener Add salt reminder If the salt level in the reservoir is low, the following reminder will appear: Refill salt Confirm the message with the OK button and  fill the reservoir as described.  When the message first appears, there may be sufficient salt for a further program, depending on the water hardness level set.

  • Page 37: Application Technology

    Conversion must be carried out by Miele Service and is only available for selected models.  The assembly of connectors for the water supply of wash carts and baskets must be carried out by Miele Service.

  • Page 38: Upper Basket Height Adjustment

    Application technology Upper basket height adjustment Height-adjustable upper baskets can be adjusted between three positions with 2 cm between each position to accommodate items of different heights. To adjust the height, the brackets with rollers on the sides of the upper basket and the water connector at the back of the basket have to be moved.

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    Application technology ... middle position: Move the roller brackets on both sides to the middle position and  secure them firmly. Position the stainless steel plate over the openings in the water  supply pipe so that one of the outer openings is covered. Secure the stainless steel plate at the top or bottom with 2 screws.

  • Page 40: Loading The Machine

    Special injector nozzles, irrigation sleeves or adapters may be required for appropriate internal cleaning, depending on the load. These, together with other accessories, are available from Miele. – Arrange the load so that water can access all surfaces. This ensures that it gets properly cleaned.

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    Application technology Preparing the Empty all items before loading into the machine (pay particular  load attention to relevant regulations). Remove non-water soluble residues such as paint, adhesives and  polymer compounds using appropriate solvents. Rinse wash load items which have been in contact with solvents, ...

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    Application technology Carry out a visual check before starting a program: – Is everything correctly loaded/connected for cleaning? – Was the recommended loading template followed? – Can the lumen / narrow sections of hollow items be accessed by the wash fluid? –...

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    Application technology Wash load..wide necked Wash load items with wide necks, e.g. beakers, wide necked Erlenmeyer flasks and petri dishes, or cylindrical items, e.g. test tubes, can be cleaned inside and out by rotating spray arms. To do this the wash load is positioned in full, half or quarter inserts and placed in an empty lower basket or upper basket with a spray arm.

  • Page 44: Chemical Processes And Technology

    This section is intended as a guide. If unforeseen interactions occur during processing, or if you have any queries on this subject, please seek advice from Miele. General notes Problem...

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    How to resolve it The ingredients in process chemicals have – Only use process chemicals supplied and a strong influence on the longevity and approved by Miele in this machine. The functionality (throughput) of the dispensing instructions and recommendations of the system.

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    – damage to certain plastics (e.g. Organic program. polycarbonate and plexiglass) in the load being processed. – Please contact Miele Service for advice. Soiling Problem How to resolve it The following substances can damage – Depending on usage wipe the lower door...

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    Chemical processes and technology Soiling Problem How to resolve it The following substances can cause – Thoroughly rinse items in water corrosion of the stainless steel in the wash beforehand. cabinet and the accessories: – Put the drip-dry items to be washed into –...

  • Page 48: Adding And Dispensing Process Chemicals

    Please observe carefully any instructions relating to non-toxic residues. Miele recommends the use of Miele process chemicals to ensure maximum cleaning performance, material compatibility and machine longevity. The use of other process chemicals might result in discoloration or other material compromises, excess foaming or premature equipment failure.

  • Page 49: Dos Modules

    DOS modules If required, up to two additional, external dispensing modules (DOS modules) for liquid process chemicals can be fitted retrospectively. External DOS modules are fitted by Miele Service. Internal dispensing systems cannot be retrospectively fitted. Connecting DOS modules are supplied with their own installation instructions.

  • Page 50: Neutralizing Agent

    Adding and dispensing process chemicals Neutralizing agent Neutralizing agent is dispensed via an external DOS module. DOS modules are fitted by Miele Service and can be retrospectively fitted at any time. Neutralizing agent (pH setting: acidic) neutralizes any residues of alkaline cleaning agents on the surface of the load and protects the wash chamber from deposits and discoloration.

  • Page 51: Refill Indicator

    Adding and dispensing process chemicals Checking Check consumption regularly by checking the fill levels in the supply consumption containers and replace containers in good time to avoid the dispensing system being sucked completely dry. DOS 3 Refill indicator When the fill level is low in the supply container for neutralizing agent you are reminded to refill it.

  • Page 52: Detergent

    Adding and dispensing process chemicals Detergent  Only use cleaning detergent which is suitable for this type of machine. Consult Miele for available detergents from Miele. Do not use detergent for domestic dishwashers. The machine is designed exclusively for use with liquid cleaning detergent.

  • Page 53: Refill Indicator

    Adding and dispensing process chemicals Checking Check consumption regularly by checking the fill levels in the supply consumption containers and replace containers in good time to avoid the dispensing system being sucked completely dry. DOS 1 Refill indicator When the fill level is low in the supply container for liquid cleaning detergent you are reminded to replenish it.

  • Page 54: Operation

    Operation Selecting a program Select a program using program selection buttons ,  or ... using the  program selector . buttons Press the  button and ... from the  program list use the  and  arrow buttons to highlight a program and confirm ...

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    Operation Setting the start Select a program.  time Press the OK button before starting the program.  Start time Use the arrow buttons  (higher) and  (lower) to set the hours and  confirm your selection with the OK button. When the OK button is pressed, the display jumps automatically to the next input position.

  • Page 56: Drying

    Operation Drying The additional "Drying" function accelerates the drying process at the end of the program. When the drying function is activated and the door is closed, the drying unit feeds heated and HEPA-filtered air into the wash cabinet for active drying of the load. The heated air is exhausted via the steam condenser and can be cooled down if necessary (see "Further settings / Air cooling").

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    Operation If drying is If the drying function has been activated, you can choose either to activated deactivate the drying function or to reset the drying duration as described above. Drying Deactivate Set the time Set the time – You can alter the drying duration with this option. Deactivate –...

  • Page 58: Program Sequence Indicator

    Operation Program sequence indicator After the program has started, the program sequence can be followed in the display. Universal Main wash 1 Time left Universal Top line – Program name, e.g. The following parameters can be checked using the arrow buttons  Middle line and : Main wash 1...

  • Page 59: Cancelling A Program

    Operation Cancelling a program  If a program is cancelled, the items in the machine must be reprocessed again.  Be careful when opening the door. The wash load could be hot. Danger of scalding, burning and chemical burns. Program The program stops and an error message appears in the display.

  • Page 60: Settings

    Settings  Settings  The structure of the menu is shown below. The menu incorporates all relevant functions to support daily routine tasks. In the structure overview all options which can be permanently selected have boxes  beside them. Factory settings are indicated by a tick .

  • Page 61: Delay Start

    Settings  Delay start This setting must be activated for Delay start to be available for use. Open the menu as follows:  Button        Settings  Delay start           Delay start – Delay start is deactivated. – Delay start is activated and can be used for all programs. Select an option using the ...

  • Page 62: Drying

    Settings  Drying The drying function can be preset or deactivated for all programs with a drying phase (see Program charts). The additional "Drying" function accelerates the drying process at the end of the program. When the drying function is activated and the door is closed, the drying unit feeds heated and HEPA-filtered air into the wash cabinet for active drying of the load.

  • Page 63: Dos Venting

    Settings  DOS venting The dispensing system for liquid process chemicals can only dispense reliably if the system has been purged of air. The DOS system must only be vented: – if the dispensing system is being used for the first time, –...

  • Page 64: Filter Change

    Settings  Filter change The air filter in the drying unit must be replaced regularly with a new one. For more information on changing the filter see "Maintenance / Changing the HEPA filter". Language  The language set will be used in the display. Open the menu as follows: ...

  • Page 65: Date

    Settings  Date The date is required e.g. for process documentation. The date format and the current date have to be set. Select the date The selected date format appears in the display and in the process format documentation. Open the menu as follows: ...

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    Settings  Setting the date The current date will be set in the selected date format. Open the menu as follows:  Button        Settings  Date                         Date Use the arrow buttons  (higher) and  (lower) to set the day/ ...

  • Page 67: Time Of Day

    Settings  Time of day The time of day is required for process documentation, Delay start, the machine log book and the display. The date format and the current time of day have to be set. There is no automatic adjustment between summer time (daylight savings) and winter time.

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    Settings  Set the time of To set the format for the time of day: Open the menu as follows:  Button        Settings  Time of day                         Time of day Use the arrow buttons  (higher) and  (lower) to set the hours and ...

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    Settings  Display The time of day can, if required, be displayed when the machine is switched off. Open the menu as follows:  Button  Settings        Time of day                         Display Display Do not display – Time of day is constantly displayed when the machine is switched off.

  • Page 70: Volume

    Settings  Volume A buzzer which is integrated into the control panel can give an acoustic signal in the following situations: – When buttons are pressed (keypad tone) – End of program – System messages (information) Open the menu as follows: ...

  • Page 71: Additional Settings

    Additional settings Additional settings menu incorporates all administrative processes and settings. Additional settings menu can only be accessed by using a PIN code. The standard PIN code is "8000" and can be changed to a custom 4-digit code. If you do not have the PIN code, contact a user with appropriate access rights or cancel the process using the ...

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    Additional settings Release program                Selection                    ...   Move program     Universal          Standard                   Intensive     Dispensing system         DOS_             Active Inactive             Priming DOS system             Concentration             Change name                 Test program        ...

  • Page 73: Pin Code

    4-digit code. It is not possible to block individual options or the inputting of multiple PIN codes at the same time.  If a PIN code is lost, a new code must be issued by Miele Service. Entering the PIN...

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    Additional settings To block A program which is already running should only be cancelled if strictly cancellation of a necessary, e.g. if the wash load is moving about significantly. Access program to the option of cancelling a program can be blocked using the PIN code.

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     When a new PIN code is entered, the old code is overwritten and is permanently deleted. Therefore it cannot be reinstated. If a PIN code is lost, a new code must be issued by Miele Service. Open the menu as follows: ...

  • Page 76: Log Book

    The entire life cycle of the machine, including consumption data for water and process chemicals, as well as operating hours and program cycles are recorded in the log book. Miele Service can also use the log to calculate a recommendation for service intervals. Open the menu as follows: ...

  • Page 77: Report

    Additional specialist knowledge is required to alter program settings and this should therefore be undertaken only by experienced users or by Miele Service. More information can be found in "Program settings".

  • Page 78: Air Cooling

    Additional settings Air cooling During the drying phase, the hot exhaust air from the wash cabinet is released into the room via the steam condenser. Depending on the size of the room, this can heat up the room to a greater or lesser degree.

  • Page 79: Program Release

    Additional settings Program release It is possible to block access to individual programs. Blocked programs are not available for selection, so for example it can be ensured that only validated programs are used. Open the menu as follows:  Button       ...

  • Page 80: Moving A Program: Allocating Program Selection Buttons

    Additional settings Moving a program: allocating program selection buttons You can sort the program selection list to suit your requirements and therefore also allocate the program selection buttons ,  and . Open the menu as follows:  Button       ...

  • Page 81: Dispensing Systems

    Additional settings Dispensing systems Up to two process chemicals can be dispensed in each wash block. Using the following menu you can activate and vent the dispensing system, change the name if necessary and set the dispensing concentration for all programs. Activating Individual dispensing systems can be activated or deactivated for all dispensing...

  • Page 82: Dos Venting

    Additional settings DOS venting The dispensing system for liquid process chemicals can only dispense reliably if the system has been purged of air. The DOS system must only be vented: – if the dispensing system is being used for the first time, –...

  • Page 83

    Additional settings Setting the Dispensing concentration for liquid process chemicals, e.g. in the dispensing case of a change of process chemicals, can be adjusted for all concentration for programs at once. liquid agents Dispensing concentration must be set in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions or with the required processing result.

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    Additional settings DOS1 Renaming a If required the name of the dispensing system " " etc. can be dispensing DOS1 cleaning agent extended to include additional information e.g. " ". system The name "DOS" and the accompanying number cannot be changed. Document all changes of factory settings in case of a subsequent Service call.

  • Page 85: Test Program

    Interface With Miele machines, cleaning processes can be documented. To enable this, Miele machines are equipped with a module slot on the back to take a Miele communication module. The communication module is available from Miele and comes with its own operating instructions.

  • Page 86

    Additional settings Configuring the  The interface must only be configured by suitably qualified and interface competent persons. Open the menu as follows:  Button  Additional settings       Interface           Interface Ethernet RS232 Ethernet – Configuration of an Ethernet interface. RS232 –...

  • Page 87

    Additional settings Ethernet – Status Active Inactive Connection status displayed ( DHCP – The Ethernet interface can either be implemented via a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) or by setting the following parameters: IP address – Subnet mask – Standard gateway –...

  • Page 88: Water Hardness

    Additional settings Water hardness You can use this menu to set the water softener to the water hardness of the mains supply. For more information see "Water softener". Display: Temperature The wash cabinet temperature can be viewed during a program. Either the current actual temperature or the required temperature which has been preset for the current wash block is displayed.

  • Page 89: Display: Brightness And Contrast

    Additional settings Display: brightness and contrast You can use this menu to adjust the brightness and contrast of the display. Open the menu as follows:  Button  Additional settings       Display           Display Contrast Brightness – Contrast Set the contrast. –...

  • Page 90: Switch Off After (auto-off Function)

    Additional settings Switch off after (Auto-Off function) If the machine has not been used for a specific duration, it switches itself off automatically. Automatic switch-off can be optionally activated and deactivated. Open the menu as follows:  Button        Additional settings Switch off after          ...

  • Page 91: Factory Default

    Once the program is completed, all entries are saved and the factory settings are restored. Software version You can use this menu to call up the software versions of individual elements, e.g. when contacting Miele Service. For more information see "Service".

  • Page 92: Program Settings

    Additional specialist knowledge is required to alter program settings and this should therefore be undertaken only by experienced users or by Miele Service. Changing program parameters on a validated machine will necessitate a renewed performance validation.

  • Page 93: Program Blocks

    Program settings Program blocks Wash block sequence is predefined and is the same as in the program chart (see "Program chart"). – Pre-wash 1 Pre-washing removes coarse soiling and foam-building substances. – Main wash 1 Depending on the wash load, cleaning generally occurs at temperatures between 50°C and 85°C (104 - 140°F) with the addition of an appropriate cleaning detergents.

  • Page 94: Opening The Menu

    Program settings Change program Reset program Change program – Programs can be adapted to suit specific technical requirements. Reset program – Reset a program to factory default settings. Programs newly installed by Miele Service will be deleted with this option.

  • Page 95: Resetting A Program

    Program settings Resetting a program Programs can be individually reset to factory default. Programs stored on a free memory location are irretrievably deleted.    ... Program settings           Reset program               All programs are then listed in the display. Use the  and  arrow buttons to select the program and confirm ...

  • Page 96: Altering A Program

    Altering a program You can alter all parameters which are identified as changeable in the program charts. Other settings can only be altered by Miele Service. A program setting is altered in two steps: – First the wash blocks must be reallocated to the program or the existing allocation confirmed again.

  • Page 97: Allocating Wash Blocks

    Program settings Allocating wash For every program change the wash blocks must first be allocated. blocks Universal Accept Pre-wash 1 Allocation is by multiple choice. A box is shown next to all wash blocks in the display. If a wash block is allocated to the program, there is a tick ...

  • Page 98

    Program settings Spray arm The cleaning result depends on the wash water reaching all surfaces monitoring and cavities of the wash load. To do this the wash water is distributed throughout the wash cabinet by the rotation of the spray arms of the machine, baskets and wash carts.

  • Page 99: Spray Arm Monitoring

    Program settings Switching on Spray arm monitoring is switched on and off globally for all wash spray arm blocks. monitoring    ... Spray arm monitoring           Spray arm monitoring Off for basket – Spray arm monitoring is switched off. Off for basket –...

  • Page 100: Measuring Conductivity (optional Feature)

    Program settings Measuring Electrical conductivity in a water based solution is a measure of the conductivity total amount of dissolved conductive substances (e.g. salts, acids, (optional feature) etc.). The electrical conductivity during the final rinse phase is relevant for the processing result. Salts and deposits in the water remain on the wash load after drying.

  • Page 101

    Program settings Activating Conductivity measuring is activated individually for each program. conductivity Conductivity is measured in the final rinse phase. measuring    ... Conductivity limit           Conductivity limit Water intake Water drainage Water intake – The electrical conductivity of the water before the beginning of the final rinse phase is measured.

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     repetitions. Press OK to save the setting.  Calibrating the The conductivity meter must be recalibrated by Miele Service at conductivity regular intervals, e.g. during servicing. Sometimes calibration may meter also be necessary outside the service cycle. Conductivity module requires calibration If this message appears, contact the Miele Service Department.

  • Page 103

    Program settings Final rinse 1 Final rinse 2 Activating the Conductivity measurement occurs in the conductivity wash blocks. sensor    ... Conductivity Monitoring           Conductivity Monitoring – Conductivity is measured. – The conductivity sensor is deactivated. Select an option using the  and  arrow buttons. ...

  • Page 104: Changing Water Quantity

    Program settings Changing water Increasing the water level is advisable if a large amount of water quantity clings to items due to the structure of the wash load or if a heavy build-up of foam might occur due to the type of soiling (e.g. blood) and the process chemicals used.

  • Page 105: Increasing Drainage Time

    Program settings Increasing If there is still water remaining in the wash cabinet at the end of a drainage time wash block, because e.g. the on-site drainage system is inadequate, the following error message will be displayed to enable water to be drained out of the wash cabinet within the designated time: Check drainage In this case, the drainage time can be increased.

  • Page 106: Setting The Concentration Level

    Program settings Setting the Up to two process chemicals can be dispensed in each wash block. concentration It is also possible to use the same dispensing system twice. level  Dosage 1 Dosage 2 Dispensing system               Dispensing system DOS 1 ... DOS ...

  • Page 107: Set Wash Block Temperature

    Program settings Set wash block The wash block temperature is reached by heating up the wash temperature water. The temperature must be suited to the requirements of the task. At temperatures over 55°C, protein denaturing occurs which can cause the soiling to fix. Infection prevention requirements must be observed as appropriate.

  • Page 108

    Program settings Setting the The holding time is the duration in which the wash block temperature holding time is kept constant.    ... Holding time           Holding time (0 - 15 The duration can be set in 1 minute increments. The possible range is shown in the bottom line.

  • Page 109: Drying Unit

    Program settings Drying unit The additional "Drying" function accelerates the drying process at the end of the program. When the drying function is activated and the door is closed, the drying unit feeds heated and HEPA-filtered air into the wash cabinet for active drying of the load.

  • Page 110

    (Drying time) must be set for each block. time The first block (Temperature 1 and Drying time 1) is not allocated to all programs but can be set up by Miele Service if required. Setting the    ... Temperature 1 Temperature 1          ...

  • Page 111

    Program settings Setting the    ... Temperature 2           Temperature 2 Temperature 2 °C (50 - 115 °C) Temperature is adjusted in 5 °C increments. The possible range is shown in the bottom line. Use the arrow buttons  (higher) and  (lower) to set the ...

  • Page 112

    Program settings If required the Drying time can be set again and saved before the start of every program.    ... Drying time 2           Time changeable?               Time changeable? – Drying time can be set again and saved before the start of every program.

  • Page 113

    Program settings Fan cooling After drying, cooling of the wash load can be accelerated by the drying unit. To do this the drying unit fan runs with the heating switched off, cooling the interior of the wash cabinet.    ... Cooling down with fan          ...

  • Page 114: Process Documentation

    There is no power failure safe memory for graphic information. Adding cycle Miele Service can add subsequent cycle numbers, e.g. in the event of number software updates or if the machine controls are replaced.

  • Page 115

    Process documentation Communication module for external archiving A module slot is integrated into the back of the machine for a Miele communication module for permanent archiving of cycle reports. The module enables the installation of an Ethernet interface for documentation via documentation software or a RS-232 interface to connect a report printer.

  • Page 116

    Process documentation Process documentation using a report printer (option) Process reports are printed via a directly connected report printer and archived on paper. Graphic representations are not included. An XKM RS232 10 Med communication module is required for direct connection. Report formats You can choose from two different report formats for paper archiving: –...

  • Page 117: Retrospective Output Of Cycle Reports

    Process documentation Retrospective output of cycle reports Internally stored reports can be output retrospectively from the machine. External software Data can be retrieved directly via the process documentation software using an existing network connection. It is not necessary to input entries at the machine itself. Report printer The following options are available for printing reports retrospectively.

  • Page 118: Maintenance

    Maintenance Service The machine should be serviced every 1000 hours of operation, or at least once a year by Miele Service. Maintenance covers the following: – electrical integrity – Door mechanism and door seal – Any screw connections and connectors in the wash cabinet –...

  • Page 119: Routine Checks

    Maintenance Routine checks Before each day's use, the operator must conduct a series of routine checks. A routine checklist is supplied with the machine. The following items must be checked: – All filters in the wash cabinet – The spray arms in the machine and on any wash carts or baskets –...

  • Page 120

    Maintenance Press the catches towards each other and pull the coarse filter  upwards to remove it. Remove the fine filter which sits loosely between the coarse filter  and the microfine filter. Remove the flat filter last.  Clean the filters. ...

  • Page 121: Cleaning The Spray Arms

    Also check that the spray arms can turn easily.   Immobile or blocked spray arms must not be used again. In this case, contact Miele Service. Cleaning the The spray arms in the machine as well as in the wash carts and...

  • Page 122

     Visible wear on the bearings can adversely affect the long-term functioning of the spray arms. In this case, contact Miele Service. Replace the spray arms after cleaning.  Make sure the spray arms can rotate freely after they have been ...

  • Page 123: Cleaning The Machine

    Wipe the door seal regularly with a damp cloth to remove soiling.  and the door seal Have damaged or leaking door seals replaced by Miele Service. Remove any soiling from the door sides and hinges.  Regularly clean the groove in the base panel under the door with a ...

  • Page 124: Checking Wash Carts, Baskets, Modules And Inserts

    – Need the tubular filters to be cleaned or filter plates, e.g. in an E 478/1, to be replaced? Maintenance of The machine should be serviced every 1000 hours of operation, or wash carts, at least once a year by Miele Service. baskets, modules and inserts...

  • Page 125: Performance Check

    Maintenance Performance check Adequate processing performance must be regularly confirmed by the user. Test point for On the top of the machine, at the front right under the lid or worktop measuring is the test point for validation purposes. To gain access to this the lid sensors of the machine must be removed or the machine must be pulled out from under the worktop.

  • Page 126

    Maintenance Test programs There are various programs for testing cleaning performance in the course of routine testing. The test programs are not independent processing programs, but additional functions which can be activated before the start of any processing program. The test programs interrupt the program sequence automatically at specified points for 30 seconds.

  • Page 127

    Maintenance Activating a test Test programs are valid for only one program sequence each time. A program test program must be selected again for further tests. Open the menu as follows:  Button  Additional settings       Test program           Test program Laboratory –...

  • Page 128: Changing The Hepa Filter

    The air filter for the internal drying unit has a limited lifespan and has to be replaced at regular intervals, e.g. when the following message appears: Change the HEPA filter Replace with an Original Miele HEPA filter classification 13 for optimum performance. Open the service panel in the toe kick. ...

  • Page 129

    Maintenance Resetting the The maximum permissible number of operating hours is pre-set in the operating hours controls for all filters. After a filter has been changed the operating counter for the hours counter must be reset. HEPA filter Open the menu as follows: ...

  • Page 130: Problem Solving Guide

    The following guide may help you to find the reason for a fault, and to correct it. You should, however, note the following:  Repairs may only be carried out by Miele Service. Repairs and other work by unqualified persons could be dangerous for the user.

  • Page 131: Dispensing / Dispensing Systems

    Check the suction opening of the suction lance for  blockages and remove these as necessary. Start the venting process again.  Contact Miele Service if there are leaks in the dispensing hose or a fault with the suction lance.

  • Page 132

    Contact Miele Service if there are leaks in the dispensing hose or a fault with the suction lance. Highly viscous (thick) process chemicals can affect the dispenser monitoring and lead to inaccurate data. In this instance please contact Miele Professional Service for advice.

  • Page 133: Insufficient Salt / Water Softener

    Problem solving guide Insufficient salt / Water softener Problem Possible cause and remedy Refill salt Salt is running low in the water softener. Refill the reactivation salt before starting the next  program. Machine locking soon Salt in the water softener is completely used up and Insufficient salt reactivation is no longer possible.

  • Page 134: Cancel With Fault Code

    If the same message appears again: Make a note of the fault message.  Switch the machine off using the  button.  Contact the Miele Service Department.  Please also read the notes regarding the following fault numbers: Problem Possible cause and remedy...

  • Page 135

    Vent the dispensing system.  If you identify any leaks in the dispensing hoses or defects on the suction lances contact Miele Service. Fault 526 Minimum flow pressure was not reached because one or more free water connectors in the back panel of the wash cabinet is not properly secured.

  • Page 136: Process-related Faults And Messages

    Wrong code entered The PIN code entered is not the same as the code saved. Enter the PIN code again.  Report the loss of the PIN code to Miele Service.  Test program: Test object This is not a fault.

  • Page 137: Door

    Slamming the door can result in problems with the Comfort door lock. Open and close the door.  If the same message appears again: Contact Miele Professional Service.  Warning! Cabinet hot. Open When the  button is pressed, the temperature in the anyway? wash cabinet is over 70°C.

  • Page 138: Unsatisfactory Cleaning And Corrosion

    Problem solving guide Unsatisfactory cleaning and corrosion. Problem Possible cause and remedy There are white deposits The water softener is set too low. on the wash load. Set the water softener to the correct water hardness.  There is no salt in the salt reservoir. Refill with reactivation salt.

  • Page 139

    Problem solving guide Problem Possible cause and remedy Items made of glass are The items are not suitable for machine reprocessing. showing signs of Only use items which are declared by their manufacturer  corrosion. as suitable for machine reprocessing. Neutralization has not taken place during the program.

  • Page 140: Spray Arm Monitoring / Conductivity / Wash Pressure

    "Connection to the water supply"). Conductivity level exceeds Conductivity value cannot be determined because the limit value is out of range (too low). Contact the Miele Service Department.  Conductivity module requires The conductivity meter must be recalibrated. calibration Contact the Miele Service Department.

  • Page 141

    Problem solving guide Problem Possible cause and remedy Spray pressure exceeds The spray pressure has deviated by more than 20% from tolerance the mean value. Reasons for fluctuations in wash pressure are e.g.: - defective water connections, - open adapters, - foam build-up. Identify and resolve the cause of this.

  • Page 142: Water Inlet And Drainage

    Problem solving guide Water inlet and drainage Problem Possible cause and remedy Check water intake One or more taps are turned off. Turn on the taps.  There was insufficient water in the machine. Clean the water intake filters.  Turn on the taps fully.

  • Page 143: Noises

    Problem solving guide Noises Problem Possible cause and remedy Knocking noise in the One or more spray arms are knocking against the wash wash cabinet. load. Cancel the program. To do this follow the instructions in  "Cancelling a program". Arrange the wash load so it cannot obstruct the spray ...

  • Page 144: Printer / Serial Interface

     Change the printer cartridge if necessary.  Network down The communication module has identified a network interruption or cannot establish a connection. Consult your network administrator.  If the problem cannot be resolved: Contact the Miele Service Department. ...

  • Page 145: Maintenance

    Maintenance Cleaning the drain pump and non-return valve If water has not pumped away at the end of a program there may be a foreign object in the drain pump or blocking the non-return valve. Take the filter combination out of the wash cabinet (see ...

  • Page 146: Clean The Water Intake Filters

    Maintenance Clean the water intake filters Filters are incorporated into the water inlet connection on the hose to protect the water inlet valve. If these filters get dirty they must be cleaned as otherwise too little water will flow into the wash cabinet. ...

  • Page 147: After Sales Service

    Please refer to the information in "Problem solving guide". If, having followed the advice in the operating instructions, you are still unable to resolve a problem, please call Miele Service (see the end of this booklet for contact details).

  • Page 148: Software Version

    Software version of the relay board EFU Id: XXXXX – Software version of the frequency converter. You cannot change any settings in this menu. Software updates und -upgrades may only be undertaken by Miele Service. Exit the menu with the OK or  buttons. ...

  • Page 149: Installation

    Installation Installation and levelling Please refer to the installation diagram provided.  In order to reduce the risk of water damage, the area around the machine should be limited to furniture and fittings that are designed for use in commercial environments. The machine must be stable and horizontal.

  • Page 150: Building Under A Continuous Worktop

    Installation Building under a continuous worktop Removing the To build the machine under a continuous worktop the lid must be removed as follows: Unscrew both securing screws from the lid at the back of the  machine. Open the door. ...

  • Page 151

    Screw the machine to the continuous worktop through the holes in  the front trim on the left and right. Please contact Miele to secure it at the sides to adjacent cabinetry. Venting the  The gaps between a built-in machine and adjacent cabinetry...

  • Page 152: Electromagnetic Compatibility

    Installation Electromagnetic compatibility The machine has been tested for electromagnetic compatibility in accordance with EN 61326-1 and is suitable for operation in commercial environments, such as hospitals, medical practices and laboratories and other similar environments which are connected to the mains power supply. The machine's HF emissions are very low and are therefore unlikely to interfere with other electronic appliances in the vicinity.

  • Page 153: Electrical Connection

    (RCD) with a trip current of 30 mA. Contact a qualified electrician for advice. – If replacing the power cord, use only original Miele replacement parts or a suitable cord with core cable ends. Further notes on electrical connection are given on the Installation diagram supplied with the machine.

  • Page 154: Water Connection

    – If there is no hot water supply available, the inlet hose coded red must be connected to the cold water supply or alternatively has to be deactivated by a Miele Service technician. – The intake hose without water protection device for the steam condenser is connected to the cold water tap.

  • Page 155

    Water connection – The inlet hose is approx. 1.7 m long (5.5 ft) terminating in a ¾" female garden hose thread. On no account may the inlet filter be removed. – Install the filter (supplied in accessory pack) between the stopcock valve and the inlet hose.

  • Page 156: Non-pressurized (gravity Feed) Di Water Connection 1.3 - 8.7 psi (8.5 - 60 kpa)

    Non-pressurized If DI water is supplied from a DI water reservoir with gravity feed or (gravity feed) DI low pressure, an optional DI water booster pump supplied by Miele is water connection required. 1.3 - 8.7 psi (8.5 - The pressure for gravity feed or low pressure ranges between 1.3 - 60 kPa)

  • Page 157: Connecting The Water Drain

    Some on-site drain material may not be compatible with the discharge temperature. The operator is responsible to verify the compatibility of all utility services including drainage, however Miele offers as an optional effluent cool down kit to reduce the drain temperature to 60°C (140°F).

  • Page 158: Program Guide

    Program guide Free memory New program name: Application Programmable program for special applications. Please contact Miele Service to have the program set up. Program header  Water volume change [l] Spray arm monitoring Drainage time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Extended     Off...

  • Page 159

    Program guide Conductivity limit (Option)   Water intake   Water drainage      Set [µS/cm]      Set [µS/cm]  0 /  1  0 /  1      Number of repeats      Number of repeats Cleaning Rinse Final rinse  = Customizable parameters CW = cold water HW = hot water CWxx = CW proportion in mixed water as percentage (CW70 = 70 % CW + 30 % HW) DI = aqua destillata, fully demineralised water, demineralized water Min = Holding time in minutes DOS 1 = cleaning detergent...

  • Page 160: Free Memory

    Program guide Free memory New program name: Application Programmable program for special applications. Please contact Miele Service to have the program set up. Program header  Water volume change [l] Spray arm monitoring Drainage time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Extended     Off...

  • Page 161

    Program guide Conductivity limit (Option)   Water intake   Water drainage      Set [µS/cm]      Set [µS/cm]  0 /  1  0 /  1      Number of repeats      Number of repeats Cleaning Rinse Final rinse  = Customizable parameters CW = cold water HW = hot water CWxx = CW proportion in mixed water as percentage (CW70 = 70 % CW + 30 % HW) DI = aqua destillata, fully demineralised water, demineralized water Min = Holding time in minutes DOS 1 = cleaning detergent...

  • Page 162: Universal

    Program guide Universal Application: For removing organic residues and certain inorganic residues Program header  Water volume change [l] Spray arm monitoring Drainage time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Extended     Off Wash block Pre-wash Parameters Water quality CW50 Dispensing system  Concentration [%] Dispensing system  Concentration [%]  Wash block temperature  Holding time [Min]...

  • Page 163

    Program guide – For preparative and analytical applications, – for light to medium levels of soiling, – for normal wash result requirements. Conductivity limit (Option)   Water intake   Water drainage      Set [µS/cm]      Set [µS/cm]  0 /  1  0 /  1      Number of repeats      Number of repeats Cleaning Rinse Final rinse DOS 1...

  • Page 164: Standard

    Program guide Standard Application Simple program for a range of soiling. Not suitable for denatured and acid soluble residues such as protein, metallic salts and amines. Program header  Water volume change [l] Spray arm monitoring Drainage time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Extended     Off Wash block...

  • Page 165

    Program guide – For light soiling, – for low wash result requirements. Conductivity limit (Option)   Water intake   Water drainage      Set [µS/cm]      Set [µS/cm]  0 /  1  0 /  1      Number of repeats      Number of repeats Cleaning Rinse Final rinse CW50 DOS 1 DOS 3 70 °C 70 °C ...

  • Page 166: Intensive

    Program guide Intensive Application: For removing organic residues and certain inorganic residues Program header  Water volume change [l] Spray arm monitoring Drainage time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Extended     Off Wash block Pre-wash Parameters Water quality CW50 Dispensing system  Concentration [%] Dispensing system  Concentration [%]  Wash block temperature  Holding time [Min]...

  • Page 167

    Program guide – For preparative and analytical applications, – for normal to heavy soiling, – for normal to high wash result requirements. Conductivity limit (Option)   Water intake   Water drainage      Set [µS/cm]      Set [µS/cm]  0 /  1  0 /  1      Number of repeats      Number of repeats Cleaning Rinse Final rinse DOS 1...

  • Page 168: Inorganic

    Program guide Inorganic Application Removal of inorganic residue Program header  Water volume change [l] Spray arm monitoring Drainage time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Extended     Off Wash block Pre-wash Parameters Water quality Dispensing system  Concentration [%] Dispensing system  Concentration [%]  Wash block temperature  Holding time [Min] ...

  • Page 169

    Program guide – General program for analysis and water analysis and for water based cultures with acid-soluble metallic salts such as Ca and Mg etc. – for light to medium levels of soiling, – for normal to high wash result requirements. Conductivity limit (Option)   Water intake   Water drainage...

  • Page 170: Organic

    Program guide Organic Application: For removing concentrated organic residues such as fats, waxes etc. Not suitable for acid-soluble residues e.g. metallic salt, amine, etc. Program header  Water volume change [l] Spray arm monitoring Drainage time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Extended     Off Wash block Pre-wash...

  • Page 171

    Program guide – for normal to heavy soiling, – for normal to high wash result requirements. Use liquid cleaning detergent, hot and DI water connection recommended. Conductivity limit (Option)   Water intake   Water drainage      Set [µS/cm]      Set [µS/cm]      Number of repeats  0 /  1      Number of repeats  0 /  1 Cleaning Rinse...

  • Page 172: Injector Plus

    Program guide Injector Plus Application Program with increased water pressure and increased water levels for the following basket combinations: – Upper basket with one spray arm and lower basket with 2 injector modules. – Upper and lower baskets with a total of 4 injector modules. Program header  Water volume change [l] Spray arm monitoring...

  • Page 173

    Program guide Use as described for the Universal program Conductivity limit (Option)   Water intake   Water drainage      Set [µS/cm]      Set [µS/cm]  0 /  1  0 /  1      Number of repeats      Number of repeats Cleaning Rinse Final rinse DOS 1 DOS 3 75°C 75°C  = Customizable parameters CW = cold water HW = hot water CWxx = CW proportion in mixed water as percentage (CW70 = 70 % CW + 30 % HW)

  • Page 174: Pipettes

    Program guide Pipettes Application For pipettes. Program header  Water volume change [l] Spray arm monitoring Drainage time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Extended     Off Wash block Pre-wash Parameters Water quality CW50 Dispensing system  Concentration [%] Dispensing system  Concentration [%]  Wash block temperature  Holding time [Min] ...

  • Page 175

    Program guide Conductivity limit (Option)   Water intake   Water drainage      Set [µS/cm]      Set [µS/cm]  0 /  1  0 /  1      Number of repeats      Number of repeats Cleaning Rinse Final rinse DOS 1 DOS 3 70°C 70°C  = Customizable parameters CW = cold water HW = hot water CWxx = CW proportion in mixed water as percentage (CW70 = 70 % CW + 30 % HW) DI = aqua destillata, fully demineralised water, demineralized water Min = Holding time in minutes...

  • Page 176: Plastics

    Program guide Plastics Application For heat-sensitive loads, such as plastic flasks (temperature resistance: at least 55 °C). Program header  Water volume change [l] Spray arm monitoring Drainage time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Extended     Off Wash block Pre-wash Parameters Water quality Dispensing system  Concentration [%] Dispensing system  Concentration [%]...

  • Page 177

    Program guide – For preparative and analytical applications, – for light to medium levels of soiling, – for normal wash result requirements. Conductivity limit (Option)   Water intake   Water drainage      Set [µS/cm]      Set [µS/cm]      Number of repeats  0 /  1      Number of repeats  0 /  1 Cleaning Rinse Final rinse DOS 1...

  • Page 178: Short

    Program guide Short Application Short program for lightly soiled items and loads that do not require intensive cleaning. Program header  Water volume change [l] Spray arm monitoring Drainage time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Extended     Off Wash block Pre-wash Parameters Water quality Dispensing system  Concentration [%] Dispensing system...

  • Page 179

    Program guide Conductivity limit (Option)   Water intake   Water drainage      Set [µS/cm]      Set [µS/cm]  0 /  1  0 /  1      Number of repeats      Number of repeats Cleaning Rinse Final rinse DOS 1 DOS 3 60°C 60°C  = Customizable parameters CW = cold water HW = hot water CWxx = CW proportion in mixed water as percentage (CW70 = 70 % CW + 30 % HW) DI = aqua destillata, fully demineralised water, demineralized water Min = Holding time in minutes...

  • Page 180: Oil Program

    Program guide Oil program Application: For heavy oil soiling (crude oil, synthetic oils/lubricants, fuels and partially natural oils) Program header  Water volume change [l] Spray arm monitoring Drainage time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Extended     Off Wash block Pre-wash Parameters Water quality Dispensing system DOS 4  Concentration [%]...

  • Page 181

    Program guide Use liquid cleaning detergent, hot and DI water connection recommended. Conductivity limit (Option)   Water intake   Water drainage      Set [µS/cm]      Set [µS/cm]  0 /  1  0 /  1      Number of repeats      Number of repeats Cleaning Rinse Final rinse DOS 4 DOS 1 DOS 3 DOS 1 65°C 85°C 75°C...

  • Page 182: Special 93°c-10

    Program guide Special 93°C-10' Application For cleaning and thermal disinfection at 93°C with 10 minutes temperature holding time (exposure time). Program header  Water volume change [l] Spray arm monitoring Drainage time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Extended     Off Wash block Pre-wash Parameters Water quality Dispensing system...

  • Page 183

    Program guide Conductivity limit (Option)   Water intake   Water drainage      Set [µS/cm]      Set [µS/cm]  0 /  1  0 /  1      Number of repeats      Number of repeats Cleaning Rinse Final rinse CW70 DOS 1 DOS 3 93°C 75°C  = Customizable parameters CW = cold water HW = hot water CWxx = CW proportion in mixed water as percentage (CW70 = 70 % CW + 30 % HW) DI = aqua destillata, fully demineralised water, demineralized water Min = Holding time in minutes...

  • Page 184: Demineralized Rinse

    Program guide Demineralized rinse Application: Rinse with demineralized water (fully demineralized water, pure(st) water, demineralized water), holding time: 3 Min. Rinse Application: Cold water rinse, holding time: 1 Min. For flushing out saline solution (see "Water softener"), rinsing heavily soiled loads, e.g for pre-rinsing soiling, residual disinfecting agent, or to prevent items drying out and to prevent incrustation before running a full load.

  • Page 185: Technical Data

    No. 61010-2-040, UL Std. No. 61010-1 (2nd Edition), IEC 61010-2-040:2006 Manufacturer's address Miele & Cie. KG, Carl-Miele-Strasse 29, 33332 Gütersloh, Germany * If installed above 4,921 ft (1,500 m) the boiling point of water will be lower. In this case the disinfecting temperature and...

  • Page 186: Caring For The Environment

    Caring for the environment Disposal of the packing material The packaging is designed to protect the machine against transportation damage. The packaging materials used are selected from materials which are environmentally friendly for disposal and should be recycled. Recycling the packaging reduces the use of raw materials in the manufacturing process and also reduces the amount of waste in landfill sites..

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    Importer Miele Limited Professional Division 161 Four Valley Drive Vaughan, ON L4K 4V8 1-888-325-3957 Phone: 1-800-803-3366 Fax: www.mieleprofessional.ca professional@miele.ca Miele Professional Technical Service Phone: 1-888-325-3957 Fax: 1-800-803-3366 serviceprofessional@miele.ca Germany Manufacturer Miele & Cie. KG Carl-Miele-Straße 29 33332 Gütersloh Alteration rights reserved / Publication date: 2016-01-27 M.-Nr.

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