tions must only be carried out
provided with all the appropri-
ate personal protection equip-
ment (safety shoes, gloves,
glasses, overalls, etc.), tools,
utensils and ancillary means.
The tasks and works required of the Customer are:
Install a disconnecting switch of capacity not less
than that given in the technical data table, a 30 mA
differential switch and an over-current protection
device (manual reset thermal magnetic or fuse)
ahead of the equipment. The device used must be
lockable in the open position in case of mainte-
Install an adequate electrical power supply ahead
of the machine, according to the equipment's tech-
nical specifications (Table 2);
Carry out the equipotential connection of the work-
place electrical system to the metal structure of the
machine by means of a copper cable of adequate
section (see position "Q" in par. G7 "Installation dia-
Make the ducting for the electrical connection
between the workplace electric panel and the
Make the water supply and drain connections and
other connections as indicated in Table 2 and par.
Figure 4 "Unpacking".
Characteristics of the place of installation
The machine is designed for installation in professional
and not domestic-type kitchens. Water collection traps/
metal grates must be arranged in the floor at the
machine discharges (see par. G7 "Installation dia-
gram"), possibly replaceable with a single water trap
sized for a flow rate of at least 3 l/s.
INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY
The machine must be taken to the place of installation
and the packing base removed only when being
Arranging the machine:
Wear protective gloves and unpack the machine
Figure 4 Unpacking
Lift the equipment with a lift truck, remove the base
and position it the place of use (Figure 5).
Figure 5 Machine positioning
Carefully remove the protective film from the outer
panels without tearing it, to avoid leaving traces of
glue (Figure 6).
Figure 6 Removing the film
Adjust the equipment by turning the special adjust-
able feet and making sure it is perfectly level, both
lengthwise and crosswise (Figure 7).