Operating instructions Cleaning machine for air regulators and breathing masks PG 8063 To avoid the risk of accidents or damage en - GB to the machine, it is essential to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time. M.-Nr.
Contents Notes about these instructions..................Definition of terms ......................Intended use ........................Guide to the machine ...................... Machine overview......................Control panel ........................10 LEDs in the buttons ......................11 User profiles........................12 Warning and Safety instructions..................13 Symbols on the machine....................18 Using the machine......................
Contents Carrier frames for compressed air units ................45 Pre-cleaning the carrier frame ..................45 Inserting the carrier frame ..................... 45 After reprocessing ......................46 Air regulators ......................... 46 Breathing masks......................47 Carrier frames for compressed air units ................ 47 Adding and dispensing chemical agents ..............
Contents Additional functions......................78 Reset ..........................79 Increased water level..................... 80 Interim rinse........................80 Dispensing systems ...................... 81 Temperature / time ......................85 Release programme ......................87 Water hardness ......................... 87 Display: Temperature......................88 Display brightness and contrast..................89 Switch off after ........................90 Ready for operation.......................
Contents Electrical connection ...................... 116 Equipotential bonding connection ..................116 Peak-load negotiation ....................... 117 Plumbing .......................... 118 Connection to the water supply ..................118 Retrofitting the large-surface filter................. 119 Connecting the drain hose ....................121 Programme chart ......................122 Technical data........................124 Caring for the environment ....................
Notes about these instructions Important 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.
Intended use This Miele cleaning machine can be used to clean, rinse and chemic- ally disinfect breathing apparatus for professional use that can be re- processed by machine, such as air regulators, breathing masks and carrier frames for compressed air units. Information issued by the manufacturers of the breathing apparatus must be heeded.
Guide to the machine Machine overview Door lock Salt container Test point for performance checks Dispenser for powder cleaning agent (top, front right; only visible with lid re- Filter combination moved) Plinth cover Upper machine spray arm On the back: Rails for baskets and mobile units –...
OK button For selecting or confirming entries in the user interface (acknowledge or save). PC/Optical interface This is used by Miele Service technicians to run diagnostic checks and can also be used to update programming data in the future.
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. Button Status button The machine is switched on. FLASHES The machine is ready for use. The machine is switched off.
User profiles Daily operators For day-to-day use, operators must be instructed on the basic func- tions and how to load the cleaning machine and must also be trained regularly. In addition, operators must be trained in line with the na- tional requirements for reprocessing personal protective equipment, such as air regulators and breathing masks.
It is essential that this standard safety requirement is met. If in any doubt, please have the on-site wiring system tested by a qualified electrician. Miele cannot be held liable for the con- sequences of an inadequate earthing system (e.g.
The cleaning machine may only be put back into operation once it has been successfully repaired by the Miele Customer Service De- partment or by an appropriately qualified specialist.
Always follow the recommendations of the chemical agent manufacturer. In case of damage or doubt about compatibility, please contact Miele. Abrasive substances must not be placed in the machine as they could cause damage to the mechanical components of the water supply.
Miele Application Technology specialists. Load carriers which hold the load items must be used only as in- tended.
Only Miele accessories should be connected to this machine. They must be suitable for the application they are required for. Consult Miele for details on the type of accessories that can be used. Only use Miele load carriers. Using load carriers made by other manufacturers or making modifications to Miele accessories can res- ult in unsatisfactory cleaning results.
Warning and Safety instructions Symbols on the machine Warning: Observe the operating instructions! Warning: Danger of electric shock! Warning: Hot surfaces: It can be very hot inside the wash cabinet when the door is opened! Risk of being cut: Wear cut-resistant protective gloves when transporting and setting up the machine! Disposing of your old machine ...
Using the machine 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 func- tions.
Press the button until the button’s LED lights up. After that, the display shows the following: PG 8063 As soon as the machine is ready for operation, the display changes to show the last selected programme, e.g.: Sf Special Temperature 60 °C...
Using the machine Display interface 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. Settings ...
Using the machine Symbols on 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.
Using the machine Settings in the menu In these operating instructions, all descriptions for operating the menus follow a simple structure: Input path The input path describes the complete sequence to follow to access the menu level in question. The listed menu options have to be selec- ted individually using the arrow buttons and confirmed with OK.
Opening and closing the door Opening the door If the door is opened during a programme cycle, hot water and cleaning agents can escape. Risk of scalding, burning and chemical burns. Do not open the door if a programme is running. The control panel of the machine is also a door handle.
Water softener Water hardness In order to achieve good cleaning results, the machine needs to oper- ate with soft water. Hard water results in the build-up of calcium de- posits on the load and in the machine. Mains water with a water hardness of 0.7 mmol/l (4 °dH) must be softened.
Water softener Setting the water hardness level Water hardness can be set between 0 and 12.6 mmol/l (0 - 70 °dH). Further settings Open the menu by switching the machine off with the button and then switch it on again with the button whilst keeping the ...
Water softener Filling the salt reservoir Use only special, coarse-grained reactivation salt with a granule size of approx. 1 - 4 mm. 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.
Water softener Never fill the container with water. The container could overflow when filled with salt. Add salt into the container until the funnel is full but still closes eas- ily. Do not add any more than 2 kg of salt. As the salt container is being filled, displaced water (brine) may run out.
Water softener Add salt reminder If the salt level in the reservoir is low, the following reminder will ap- pear: 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 fur- ther programme, depending on the water hardness level set.
Information on the individual areas of application can be found on the following pages in these operating instructions. For all areas of application defined in “Intended use”, Miele offers suitable accessories, such as baskets and special load carriers. More information can be obtained from Miele.
Areas of application Breathing masks APFD 201 A 151 The APFD 201 insert combined with the A 151 lower basket carrier is intended for reprocessing breathing masks. For this, the masks are pushed onto the holders on the insert. The holders must be mounted as follows. Click the bracket into the slots on the side of the insert.
Areas of application Example APFD 200 Example APFD 201 For each colour, attach 1 tag to the load item carrier and 1 to the small-part basket compartments. If you wish you use other systems for identification, ensure that these are suitably chemical-resistant and temperature-resistant. Carrier frames for compressed air units...
Areas of application Adjusting the up- Height-adjustable upper baskets can be adjusted between three pos- per basket itions with 2 cm between each position to accommodate items of dif- ferent heights. To adjust the height, the brackets with rollers on the side of the upper basket and the water connector at the back of the basket have to be moved.
Areas of application ... 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 apertures is covered. Secure the stainless steel plate at the top or bottom with 2 screws.
Areas of application Preparing the load Contaminated load items pose a health risk. Contaminated load items can result in various hazards to the health, which can lead to infections, poisoning, injuries and more depending on the type of contamination. When working with contaminated load items, ensure that all neces- sary measures are taken to protect personnel, e.g.
Areas of application Preparing the Follow the manufacturer’s instructions regarding pre-cleaning and load items pre-treatment as necessary. Remove any soot in line with the manufacturer’s instructions. Risk of damage due to ferrous materials that can rust or cor- rode.
Areas of application Air regulators The APFD 200 insert for reprocessing air regulators must be supplied with pressure for reprocessing. The pressure ensures that wash water cannot enter the air regulators during reprocessing, assuming the correct adapters are used. The compressed air must correspond to the quality of breathing air as a minimum.
Areas of application Pre-cleaning and Take the first air regulator. dismantling air Check whether the air regulator requires manual pre-cleaning, e.g. regulators to remove soot, and carry this out in line with the manufacturer’s in- structions. Dismantle the air regulator in line with the manufacturer’s instruc- ...
Areas of application Connecting the medium-pressure hose Insert the adapter for the air regulator’s medium-pressure hose into the quick-release coupling on the APFD 200 insert. The collar on the coupling is pushed downwards in the process. As soon as the collar has snapped back, the medium-pressure hose is pres- sure-tight.
For specially shaped air regulators, the ring holders must be equipped with the APFD 202 adapters. The adapters extend the ring holders and ensure a better grip. The APFD 202 adapters can be purchased from Miele. Equip the remaining positions of the insert in the same way. ...
Areas of application Risk of damage to the air regulators caused by pressure. Do not provide more than 600 kPa of pressure to the pressure chamber as otherwise, the air regulators may get damaged. Observe the air regulator manufacturer’s instructions. The compressed air indicator on the pressure chamber shows whether a sufficient amount of pressure has been provided.
Areas of application Breathing masks Pre-cleaning Remove the lid for the small-part basket. breathing masks Take the first breathing mask. Check whether the mask requires manual pre-cleaning, e.g. to re- move soot, and carry this out in line with the manufacturer’s in- structions.
Areas of application Arranging breath- ing masks Place the breathing masks on the holders on the APFD 201 insert. Ensure that the colour coding for the holder corresponds to that for the compartment in the small-part basket. Arrange the masks in such a way that as little wash water as pos- ...
Areas of application Carrier frames for compressed air units Pre-cleaning the Take the carrier frame. carrier frame Check whether the carrier frame requires manual pre-cleaning, e.g. to remove soot, and carry this out in line with the manufacturer’s in- structions.
Areas of application After reprocessing The load carriers and load items may be very hot directly after repro- cessing. The load carriers and load items must be allowed to cool down before removal. Curved hollow parts of the load items may contain residual water that could be spilt when the inserts are removed.
Areas of application Breathing masks Remove the breathing masks and empty any remaining water into the wash cabinet or an on-site slops basin before removing items. Follow the breathing mask manufacturer’s instructions regarding drying, assembly and replacing wear parts. Before using the breathing masks again following reprocessing, a function check must be carried out in line with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Dispensing mod- An external dispensing module is required to dispense liquid cleaning ule for liquid agent. Dispensing modules are fitted by the Miele Customer Service cleaning agent Department or a suitably qualified service technician and can be ret- rospectively fitted at any time. Liquid cleaning agent is dispensed from an external container via a siphon.
Adding and dispensing chemical agents DOS modules External DOS modules are fitted by Miele Service or a suitably quali- fied and approved technician. Internal dispensing systems cannot be retrospectively fitted. Connecting a The DOS module is supplied with its own installation instructions.
If you wish to dispense rinsing agent, agree this with the load item manufacturer. The dispensing of rinsing agent can only be activated by the Miele Customer Service Department. Filling the reser- Risk of damage due to cleaning agents.
Adding and dispensing chemical agents Add rinsing agent only until it is up to the “max.” mark on the edge of the funnel. Close the container. Wipe up any spilled rinsing agent. This prevents over-foaming oc- curring during the next programme. Refill indicator When the fill level is low in the (DOS 2) supply container for rinsing agent you are reminded to refill it.
You can use the machine with powder cleaning agent or dispense li- quid cleaning agent via an external dispensing module. Dispensing modules are fitted by the Miele Customer Service Depart- ment and can be retrospectively fitted at any time. Miele recommends dispensing liquid cleaning agent.
Adding and dispensing chemical agents Feed the suction lance into the container until it reaches the bot- tom. Wipe up any spilled process chemical thoroughly. Place the container on the floor next to the machine or in an adja- ...
Adding and dispensing chemical agents Powder Dispensing liquid cleaning agent using an external dispensing mod- cleaning agents ule is pre-set ex-works. It is not possible to dispense powder and liquid cleaning agent at the same time. If you wish to dispense powder cleaning agent, contact the Customer Service Department.
Adding and dispensing chemical agents Add powder cleaning agent to the dispenser. Close the flap. Make sure that all of the cleaning agent has dissolved at the end of the programme. Repeat the programme if residual cleaning agent is present. Check whether any load items have prevented the flushing out of the dispenser and rearrange the load items if necessary.
Operation Selecting a programme Programme se- Select a programme using programme selection buttons , lection buttons or . Press the button and Programme list use the and arrow buttons to highlight a programme and con- firm your selection with OK. Sf Special Temperature 60 °C...
Operation Setting the start Select a programme. time Press the OK button before starting the programme. 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.
Operation Programme sequence indicator After the programme has started, the programme sequence can be followed on the three-line display. Sf Special Main wash Time left Top line - Programme name. The following parameters can be checked using the and arrow Middle line buttons: Main wash...
Operation Interrupting a programme Be careful when opening the door. The load could be hot. Danger of scalding, burning, and chemical burns. A programme which is already running should only be interrupted if strictly necessary, e.g. if the load is moving about significantly. Open the door.
Settings Settings The structure of the menu is shown below. The menu in- corporates all relevant functions to support daily routine tasks. In the structure overview all options which can be permanently selec- ted have boxes beside them. Factory settings are indicated by a tick .
Settings Delay start This setting must be activated for delay start to be available for use. Open the systems menu by switching the machine off with the button and then with the held in switch it back on with the button.
Settings DOS venting The dispensing system for liquid chemical agents 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, - if the liquid cleaning agent container has been replaced, - if the dispensing system has been sucked completely dry.
Settings Language The language set will be used in the display. Open the systems menu by switching the machine off with the button and then with the held in switch it back on with the button.
Settings Date 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 systems menu by switching the machine off with the ...
Settings Set the date The current date will be set in the selected date format. Open the systems menu by switching the machine off with the button and then with the held in switch it back on with the button.
Settings Time of day The time of day is required for delay start and the display, for ex- ample. The date format and the current time of day have to be set. There is no automatic adjustment between summer and winter time (daylight savings).
Settings Set the time of To set the format for the time of day: Open the systems menu by switching the machine off with the button and then with the held in switch it back on with the button.
Settings Display If necessary, the machine may be placed in standby mode during breaks in operation. - An option to display the time of day must be selected for this pur- pose. - Additionally, automatic shutdown must be activated and a wait time set in “...
Settings Volume A buzzer which is integrated into the control panel can give an acous- tic signal in the following situations: - When buttons are pressed (keypad tone) - At the end of the programme - System messages (information) Open the systems menu by switching the machine off with the ...
Further settings Further settings menu incorporates all administrative processes and settings. Further settings menu can only be accessed by using a code. If you do not have the code, contact a user with appropriate ac- cess rights or cancel the process using the button. In the structure overview all options which can be permanently selec- ted have boxes ...
Further settings Release programme Selection ... Water hardness Display view Actual temperature Required temperature Display Contrast Brightness Switch off after Factory default ...
Further settings Further Release The following function can be used to restrict access to the settings menu via a code or to take the restriction off. Open the Further settings menu by switching the machine off with the button and then switch it on again with the button whilst keeping the ...
When a new PIN code is entered, the old PIN code is overwrit- ten and is permanently deleted. Therefore it cannot be reinstated. If a PIN code is lost, a new code must be issued by the Miele Cus- tomer Service Department.
The entire life cycle of the machine, including consumption data for water and chemical agents, as well as operating hours and pro- gramme cycles are recorded in the log book. Miele Service can also use the log to calculate a recommendation for service intervals. Further settings...
Further settings Temperature unit During a programme the temperature display is refreshed every 2 to 5 seconds depending on the programme stage. The temperature can be displayed in degrees Celsius (°C) or Fahrenheit (°F). The temperature unit is set at the factory to °C. When the temperature unit is changed to °F, the temperature dis- played is automatically recalculated.
Further settings Moving a programme: allocating programme selection buttons You can sort the programme selection list to suit your requirements and therefore also allocate the programme selection buttons , and . Further settings Open the menu by switching the machine off with ...
Miele Customer Service Department. Only make changes to programmes in consultation with the manu- facturers of the air regulators and breathing masks or with Miele. Open the Further settings menu by switching the machine off with ...
Further settings Reset You can reset altered additional function parameters back to their de- fault settings if necessary. This does not apply to further settings. ... Reset Reset Altered parameters are maintained. All parameters will be reset to the factory default setting. Select an option using the ...
Further settings Increased water It is advisable to increase the water level when a lot of water is ab- level sorbed due to the structure of the load items, in the event of heavy soiling or when the type of stain (e.g. blood) and the process chemic- als used lead to excess foam development.
Further settings Dispensing sys- Individual dispensing systems can be activated or deactivated for all tems programmes as follows. ... Dispensing system DOS... (name of dispensing system) Active Inactive Active The selected dispensing system is activated. Dispensing will only occur in the appropriate wash blocks (see Programme charts).
Further settings DOS venting The dispensing system for liquid chemical agents 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, - if the liquid cleaning agent container has been replaced, - if the dispensing system has been sucked completely dry.
Further settings Concentration Dispensing concentration for liquid chemical agents, e.g. in the case of a change of manufacturer, can be adjusted for all programmes at once. Dispensing concentration must be set in accordance with the manu- facturer's instructions or with the required processing result. Consumption of liquid agents is recorded in the log book (see “Fur- ther settings/Log book”).
Further settings DOS1 Changing the If required, the names of the dispensing systems – “ ”, etc. – can name “DOS1 cleaning be extended to include additional information, e.g. agent ”. The name “DOS” and the accompanying number cannot be changed.
Further settings Temperature / You now have the option of adjusting the temperature and holding time time in the main wash and final rinse stages of individual pro- grammes. ... Temperature / time Temperature / time Reset Main wash Reset The parameters in all programmes will be reset to their factory set- tings.
Further settings Main wash Final rinse If you select , the following settings can be altered: Reset Temperature Holding time Temperature Final rinse temp. Adjust the temperature for the selected block. Holding time Adjust the holding time for the selected block. Select an option using the ...
Further settings Release programme Further settings Open the menu by switching the machine off with the button and then switch it on again with the button whilst keeping the button held in. Open the menu as follows: ...
Further settings Display: Temperature The wash cabinet temperature can be viewed during a programme. Either the current actual temperature or the required temperature which has been preset for the current wash block is displayed. Further settings Open the menu by switching the machine off with ...
Further settings Display brightness and contrast You can use this menu to adjust the brightness and contrast of the display. Open the Further settings menu by switching the machine off with the button and then switch it on again with the button whilst keeping the ...
Further settings Switch off after If the machine has not been used for a specific time period, it can be set to standby or switched off automatically. Ready for When it is ready for use, the machine remains switched on and the operation time is shown on the display.
Further settings Further settings Switching off Open the menu by switching the machine off with after activating the button and then switch it on again with the button whilst keeping the button held in. Open the menu as follows: ...
The display changes and shows the last selected programme. 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”.
Maintenance Periodic checks The machine should be serviced every 1000 hours of operation, or at least once a year, by the Miele Customer Service Department or a suitably qualified specialist. This maintenance will cover the following: - Electrical safety according to national regulations (VDE 0701/0702...
Maintenance Cleaning the filters in the wash cabinet The filters in the floor of the wash chamber prevent coarse soiling from coming into contact with the circulation system. Filters can be- come blocked by soiling. They therefore need to be checked every day and cleaned as necessary.
Maintenance Remove the flat filter last. Clean the filters. Re-insert the filter combination in the reverse order. Ensure ... - ... that the flat filter sits flat in the base of the wash cabinet. - ... that the coarse filter has securely clicked into place in the mi- crofine filter.
Also check that the spray arms can turn easily. Immobile or blocked spray arms must not be used again. In this case, contact the Miele Customer Service Department. Cleaning the The spray arms in the machine as well as in the mobile units and bas-...
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 easily after they have been fit- ...
and the door seal ing. Seals which are no longer tight or which have suffered damage must be replaced with new ones by the Miele Customer Service Department. Remove any stains from the door sides and hinges. Regularly clean the groove in the plinth panel under the door with a ...
Maintenance Checking the load carriers Baskets and inserts should be checked before each use to make sure they are functioning correctly. The following points need to be checked: - Are the basket rollers in good condition and are they securely at- tached to their baskets? - Are the water connectors present and undamaged? - Are height-adjustable water connectors adjusted to the correct...
The following guide should help you to find the reason for a fault and to correct it. How- ever, please observe the following: Repairs may only be carried out by the Miele Customer Service Department. Unauthorised repairs can expose the user to considerable risk.
- Defective seals on the insert Check that your compressed air system is working cor- rectly and for possible defects. Have the insert checked and serviced by the Miele Cus- tomer Service Department. Next service due on: This is not a fault.
Contact Miele Service if there are leaks in the dispensing hose or a fault with the siphon. Highly viscous (thick) process chemicals can affect the dispenser monitoring and lead to inaccurate data. In this instance, please contact the Miele Customer Service Department for advice.
Problem solving guide Insufficient salt/Water softener Problem Cause and remedy Refill salt Salt is running low in the water softener. Refill the reactivation salt before starting the next pro- gramme. Machine locking out Insuffi- Salt in the water softener is completely depleted and react- cient salt ivation is no longer possible.
“Connection to the water supply” and “Tech- nical data”. Check the filters in the water supply. In this instance, please contact the Miele Customer Ser- vice Department for advice. Fault 412–414 A programme was cancelled because the water flow rate is too high.
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 the Miele Customer Service Department. Programme cancelled This is not a fault.
Problem solving guide Problem Cause and remedy All programme settings reset This is not a fault. A user has restored the factory setting for the programme. Confirm the message with OK. Unsatisfactory cleaning and corrosion Problem Cause and remedy There are white deposits The water softener is set too low.
Problem solving guide Problem Cause and remedy The cleaning result is un- Load carriers were not suitable for the load items. satisfactory. Select load carriers which are suitable for the task. The load carriers were loaded incorrectly or overloaded. Arrange the load items correctly.
Problem solving guide Problem Cause and remedy Check drainage A programme was cancelled because the water in the wash cabinet is only being pumped away slowly or not at all. - The drain hose is blocked. Remove any kinks or large loops in the drain hose. ...
Problem solving guide Cleaning the drain pump and non-return valve If water has not been pumped away at the end of a programme 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 “Mainten- ...
If the water contains a high level of insoluble components, a large- large-surface fil- surface filter can be installed between the stopcock and the water in- let hose. The large-surface filter is available from the Miele Customer Service Department. IMPORTANT UK, Australia and New Zealand For the UK, Australia and New Zealand a non-return check valve is required between the tap and filter.
After sales service Contacting the Customer Service Department Repairs may only be carried out by the Miele Customer Service Department or an authorised technician. Unauthorised repairs can expose the user to considerable risk. To avoid unnecessary service visits, check that the fault has not been caused by incorrect operation when a fault message first appears.
Software version of the frequency converter. LNG ID: XXXXX Language package version. You cannot change any settings in this menu. Software updates and upgrades may only be undertaken by the Miele Customer Service Department. Exit the menu with the OK or buttons. ...
*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 level.
Screw the machine to the continuous worktop through the holes in the front trim on the left and right. Please contact the Miele Customer Service Department to secure it at the sides to adjacent cabinetry. Venting the circu- The gaps between a built-in machine and adjacent cabinetry lation pump must not be sealed, e.g.
*INSTALLATION* Installation Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) The machine has been tested for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) in accordance with EN 61326-1 and is suitable for operation in com- mercial environments and other similar environments which are con- nected to the mains power supply. The machine‘s high frequency (HF) energy emissions are very low and are therefore unlikely to interfere with other electronic machines in the vicinity.
*INSTALLATION* Electrical connection All electrical work must be carried out by a suitably qualified electrician in accordance with local and national safety regulations. - The electrical installation must comply with current local and na- tional safety regulations (DIN VDE 0100 in Germany). - The connection to the power supply must be via a suitably rated plug and socket and must comply with national regulations.
The machine is suitable for use in an energy management system. For this purpose, it must be technically adapted and the controls reset by the Miele Customer Service Department. Please contact the Miele Customer Service Department for further information. Peak load man-...
- If the water pressure does not fall into the stated range contact Miele Service for advice. - Stopcocks with a ¾ inch screw thread must be provided on site for the connection. The valves must be easily accessible to allow the water inlet to be turned off when not in use.
The large-surface filter is available from the Miele Customer Service Department. AD water connec- This machine can be optionally supplied for a pressurised system op- tion for erating between 30-1000 kPa (UK: 100-1000 kPa).
*INSTALLATION* Plumbing IMPORTANT UK, Australia and New Zealand. This appliance must be installed according to AS/NZS 3500.1 (Aus- tralia and New Zealand) or in accordance with WRAS regulations (UK). This appliance has been supplied with a separate backflow prevention device. This machine must be connected to the potable water supply via the non-return valve (check valve) supplied with the machine.
*INSTALLATION* Plumbing Connecting the drain hose - A non-return valve is incorporated into the drain system in the ma- chine to prevent drainage water flowing back into the machine via the drain hose. - The machine drainage hose should be connected to a separate drain for the machine only.
Observe the parameters specified by the relevant manufacturer for reprocessing the load items and adjust the programme if necessary. Consult the load item manufacturer or the Miele Customer Service Department if necessary. “Further settings/Additional functions” describes how to adjust the programme paramet-...
Programme chart Programme sequence Cleaning Interim rinse Final rinse 60 °C 60 °C DOS 1 5 Min 5 Min 60 °C 60 °C DOS 1 5 Min 1 Min 5 Min 60 °C 60 °C DOS 1 5 Min 5 Min Reactivation 1 Min CW = cold water DI = aqua destillata, fully demineralised water (DI), demineralised water Min = Holding time in minutes * = Optional programme block DOS 1 = Cleaning agent...
Please dispose of it at your local community waste collection / recyc- ling centre for electrical and electronic appliances, or contact your dealer or Miele for advice. You are also responsible for deleting any personal data that may be stored on the appliance being disposed of.