Metos Ardox C4 Installation And Operation Manual

Installation And Operation Manual for Metos Ardox C4 Ranges (25 pages)

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  • CERAMIC HOB RANGE

    ARDOX C

    TYPE: C4, C6

    Accessories

    Chef 220

    Chef 240

    Installation and Operation Manual

    S/N: 085528/01 Rev.: 3.0

    Original instructions

  • 22.3.2010 Rev. 3.0

    Dear Customer,

    Congratulations on deciding to choose a Metos appliance for your kitchen activities. You

    made an excellent choice. We will do our best to make you a satisfied Metos customer

    like thousands of customers we have around the world.

    Please read this manual carefully. You will learn correct, safe and efficient working meth-

    ods in order to get the best possible benefit from the appliance. The instructions and hints

    in this manual will give you a quick and easy start, and you will soon note how nice it is

    to use the Metos equipment.

    All rights are reserved for technical changes.

    You will find the main technical data on the rating plate fixed to the equipment. When you

    need service or technical help, please let us know the serial number shown on the rating

    plate. This will make it easier to provide you with correct service.

    For your convenience, space is provided below for you to record your local Metos service

    contact information.

    METOS TEAM

    Metos service phone number:...............................................................................................

    Contact person:....................................................................................................................

  • 22.3.2010 Rev. 3.0

  • 22.3.2010 Rev.

    1. General .......................................................................................................... 1

    1.1 Symbols used in the manual .......................................................................................... 1

    1.2 Symbols used on the appliance ...................................................................................... 1

    1.3 Checking the relationship of the appliance and the manual .......................................... 1

    2. Safety .............................................................................................................. 2

    2.1 Safe use of the appliance ............................................................................................... 2

    2.2 Disposal of the appliance ............................................................................................... 2

    3. Functional description .................................................................................. 3

    3.1 Intended use of the appliance ........................................................................................ 3

    3.1.1 Prohibited use ........................................................................................................ 3

    3.2 Operating principle and construction ........................................................................... 3

    4. Operation instructions ................................................................................. 4

    4.1 Before use ...................................................................................................................... 4

    4.1.1 Selecting cookware ............................................................................................... 4

    4.2 Operation procedures ..................................................................................................... 4

    4.2.1 Using the range ..................................................................................................... 4

    4.3 After use ........................................................................................................................ 6

    4.3.1 Cleaning ................................................................................................................ 6

    4.3.2 Other service measures .......................................................................................... 6

    5. Installation ..................................................................................................... 7

    5.1 General .......................................................................................................................... 7

    5.2 Transporting and unpacking the range .......................................................................... 7

    5.3 Positioning the range ..................................................................................................... 7

    5.4 Electrical connections .................................................................................................... 7

    5.5 Test-run .......................................................................................................................... 8

    6. Troubleshooting ............................................................................................ 9

    8. Technical specifications .............................................................................. 17

  • 22.3.2010 Rev.

  • 22.3.2010 Rev. 3.0

    General

    1

    1. General

    Carefully read the instructions in this manual as they contain important information re-

    garding proper, efficient and safe installation, use and maintenance of the appliance.

    Keep this manual in a safe place for eventual use by other operators of the appliance.

    The installation of this appliance must be carried out in accordance with the manufactur-

    er’s instructions and following local regulations. The connection of the appliance to the

    electric and water supply must be carried out by qualified persons only.

    Persons using this appliance should be specifically trained in its operation.

    Switch off the appliance in case of failure or malfunction. The periodical function checks

    requested in the manual must be carried out according to the instructions. Have the appli-

    ance serviced by a technically qualified person authorized by the manufacturer and using

    original spare parts.

    Not complying with the above may put the safety of the appliance in danger.

    1.1 Symbols used in the manual

    This symbol informs about a situation where a safety risk might be at hand. Given instruc-

    tions are mandatory in order to prevent injury.

    This symbol informs about the right way to perform in order to prevent bad results, appli-

    ance damage or hazardous situations.

    This symbol informs about recommendations and hints that help to get the best perform-

    ance out of the appliance.

    1.2 Symbols used on the appliance

    This symbol on a part informs about electrical terminals behind the part. The removal of

    the part must be carried out by qualified persons only.

    1.3 Checking the relationship of the appliance and the manual

    The rating plate of the appliance indicates the serial number of the appliance. If the man-

    uals are missing, it is possible to order new ones from the manufacturer or the local rep-

    resentative. When ordering new manuals it is essential to quote the serial number shown

    on the rating plate.

  • 22.3.2010 Rev. 3.0

    Safety

    2

    2. Safety

    2.1 Safe use of the appliance

    Because the range is a heated appliance that has hot surfaces during normal use, the fol-

    lowing warnings and instructions must be followed in order to avoid burns.

    During long-time operation even the frame surrounding the cooking plates gets hot.

    The cooking zones are hot a long time after switching them off, although the visible heat

    radiation has ended.

    For safe handling of cookware on the cooking top, always use heat protective gloves.

    Do not leave the range on for long periods totally without supervision.

    2.2 Disposal of the appliance

    The destroying of the appliance when its economical lifetime has been reached may be

    harmful to the environment if not properly handled. Utilization of materials that are reus-

    able is best done by professional personnel specialized in recycling.

  • 22.3.2010 Rev. 3.0

    Functional description

    3

    3. Functional description

    3.1 Intended use of the appliance

    The Ardox C range is intended for preparing different kinds of foodstuffs using cookware.

    3.1.1 Prohibited use

    Use of the appliance for other purposes than stated above is prohibited.

    Preparing food directly on the cooking plate without cookware is prohibited.

    The manufacturer of the appliance takes no responsibility for situations that might occur

    if the warnings and instructions in this manual are neglected.

    3.2 Operating principle and construction

    Depending on the model, the range is equipped with two, four or six cooking zones.

    The cooking zones are heated by infrared heaters positioned under the ceramic surface.

    Each cooking zone is equipped with a stepless power control.

    Due to the low mass of the heater and the excellent heat transfer properties of the ceramic

    surface, the cooking zone reaches the maximum temperature in just a few minutes. Every

    cooking zone is fitted with a temperature limiter, which controls the heater should the

    cooking zone accidentally be left on without any load. A green pilot light for every cook-

    ing zone indicates that the zone is ON.

    In addition to a single range, there are combinations of a range and an oven (Chef 220 or

    Chef 240). This manual covers the Ardox C range, while Chef 220 and Chef 240 have

    their own manuals.

  • 22.3.2010 Rev. 3.0

    Operation instructions

    4

    4. Operation instructions

    4.1 Before use

    4.1.1 Selecting cookware

    Cookware made of stainless steel, aluminium and enamelled steel is best suitable for the

    ceramic range. Enamel based cast iron cookware can be used if handled with extra care.

    Cookware made of copper, ceramic and glass is not suitable for use on the ceramic range.

    Always use good quality cookware with smooth and flat bases.

    To get the best benefit from the range as well as from the cookware observe the following:

    • Always lift pans, do not drag.

    • Use good quality flat-based cookware.

    • Wait for pans to cool before putting them in cold water.

    • Always ensure pans have clean, dry bases before use.

    • Ensure pan handles are positioned safely and away from heat sources.

    • Always use pan lids except when frying.

    • Ensure pans match the size of the hotplate or heating area where possible.

    • Remember good quality pans retain heat well, so generally only low or medium

    heat is necessary.

    Keep plastic and aluminium foils away from the ceramic surface, because they are labo-

    rious to remove once melted.

    4.2 Operation procedures

    4.2.1 Using the range

    Switch the appliance off if it is damaged or is malfunctioning. Contact authorised service

    personnel using original spare parts for service of the appliance.

    Ranges intended for use aboard ships are equipped with a potrack. Using a range aboard

    a ship without the potrack is prohibited.

    During the installation, a mains switch may have been fitted near the range, often on a wall

    nearby. Check that the mains switch is in the ON position.

  • 22.3.2010 Rev. 3.0

    Operation instructions

    5

    The range is controlled with power regulators and pilot lights.

    Operating panel

    1. Pilot light, cooking zone on

    2. Power regulator, front zone

    3. Power regulator, rear zone

    The ceramic range heats up very fast so no preheating is necessary. This feature also

    makes it possible to switch off the cooking zone immediately when no longer needed. By

    using the range in this way, energy is saved and a cooler working environment is

    achieved.

    Select the cooking zone according to the pan. The power controls of the cooking zones

    can be set between 1-6. The green pilot light also turns on.

    Start cooking on position 6 and when boiling starts decrease the power as needed. Despite

    the fact that every cooking zone is fitted with a high temperature limiter the zones should

    not be left on without pans for longer periods. If the set power of the cooking zone exceeds

    the heat reception capability of the pan, the temperature limiter automatically adjusts the

    power as needed.

    If there are longer interruptions in the electricity distribution, all power regulators of the

    range should be set to the 0 position. This should be done in order to prevent unexpected

    start-up of the range when the electricity distribution is restored.

    The ceramic top of the range is very durable in normal usage. If, however, the ceramic top

    due to an exceptionally strong pointed blow is cracked, use of the range is prohibited until

    the ceramic top is exchanged.

  • 22.3.2010 Rev. 3.0

    Operation instructions

    6

    4.3 After use

    4.3.1 Cleaning

    Use of a water hose or pressure cleaning jet is strictly forbidden.

    When cleaning the cooking top, remember that it is hot a long time after use.

    Cleaning is very easy, if possible spillovers are removed immediately with a damp cloth.

    Sugar and mixes containing much sugar must be removed immediately, because later re-

    moving is laborious and may leave permanent marks.

    Burned spillovers are easy to remove with a scraper delivered with the range. The scraper

    blade is exchanged by loosening the screw on the scraper shaft. The blade is a regular ra-

    zor blade.

    If plastic or aluminium foils melt on the ceramic top, they can also be removed with the

    scraper.

    In all cleaning, prefer chemical cleaning methods rather than mechanical rubbing. Use a

    slightly alkaline detergent (pH 8-10) diluted in water according to instructions when

    cleaning the surfaces of the range.

    4.3.2 Other service measures

    The appliance does not include any user serviceable parts inside. Service must be left to

    authorised service personnel.

  • 22.3.2010 Rev. 3.0

    Installation

    7

    5. Installation

    5.1 General

    The installation of this appliance must be carried out in accordance with the manufactur-

    er’s instructions and following local regulations. This installation manual must be used

    together with the installation drawing of the appliance.

    The connection of the appliance to the electrical and water supply must be carried out by

    qualified persons only.

    5.2 Transporting and unpacking the range

    The best way to move the range is to keep it in its package as long as possible while it also

    protects the range from outer damage. If it is necessary to unpack the range, possible lift-

    ing must be done from the bottom frame using suitable spacers of wood. In order to avoid

    damages it is not allowed to use the cooking top as a workbench during installation.

    5.3 Positioning the range

    Because the temperature of a cooking zone accidentally forgotten on without a pan may

    reach even 550°C, it is mandatory to follow local fire safety regulations when installing

    the range.

    The range is positioned in the installation place and adjusted in a horizontal position from

    the adjustable legs.

    When the range is on the correct location and in a horizontal position, it must be bolted to

    the floor, the land models by the flanges in the rear adjusting legs and the marine models

    from all four leg flanges.

    5.4 Electrical connections

    Besides the live electrical parts, also look out for possible moving mechanisms inside the

    appliance, if there is a need for testing during installation and the guards or cover plates

    are detached.

    In order to make eventual future service easier and increase safety, a mains switch must

    be installed near the appliance. This switch must disconnect the appliance completely

    from the electrical supply network.

  • 22.3.2010 Rev. 3.0

    Installation

    8

    The feed-through for the connection cable is located in the bottom of the range, in the right

    front corner. In order to make the connection the knobs and the front panel of the range

    must be removed. The connection terminal is on the right side of the front casing.

    5.5 Test-run

    Acquaint yourself with the user manual of this appliance before testing it. The appliances

    under the cooking top are provided with their own manuals.

    After connecting the cable check the function of the range.

    Check that

    • every cooking zone heats up and the corresponding pilot light turns on when the

    zone is switched on with the power regulator

    • no wires inside the appliance get jammed before refitting the outer panels.

    Refit the outer panels.

  • 22.3.2010 Rev. 3.0

    Troubleshooting

    9

    6. Troubleshooting

    If the appliance does not function, check the following:

    • Has the appliance been used according to the instructions?

    • Are all possibly removable parts refitted?

    • Is the mains switch on the appliance or nearby - often on the wall - in the ON po-

    sition?

    • Are the circuit breakers (fuses) of the appliance in the electricity distribution board

    in working order? Ask an authorised person to check the circuit breakers.

    If even this does not help, figure out in advance how to briefly describe the breakdown

    and contact an authorised service person.

  • 22.3.2010 Rev. 3.0

    Troubleshooting

    10

  • 22.3.2010 Rev. 3.0

    Technical specifications

    17

    8. Technical specifications

    Main and control circuit diagram T02110 A3

    Main and control circuit diagram T02111 A3

    Installation drawing T02023 A3

    Installation drawing T02025 A3

    Installation drawing T02024 A3

    Installation drawing T02026 A3

  • Main and control circuit diagram T02110 A3

  • Main and control circuit diagram T02111 A3

  • Installation drawing T02023 A3

  • Installation drawing T02025 A3

  • Installation drawing T02024 A3

  • Installation drawing T02026 A3

  • 22.3.2010 Rev. 3.0

    Technical specifications

    24

    C=ARDOX C

    4=C4, 6=C6

    22=Chef 220, 24=Chef 240

    A=3/N/PE∼400/230V 50Hz, G=3/N/PE∼415/240V 50Hz, H=3/PE∼230V 50Hz, I=3/PE∼220V 60Hz

    Item Model Type Acces-

    sory

    Specification

    Outer dimensions WxDxH C 4 800x800x900 mm

    Outer dimensions WxDxH C 6 1200x800x900 mm

    Cooking top dimensions WxD C 4 650x650 mm

    Cooking top dimensions WxD C 6 347x650 mm, 650x650 mm

    Cooking zones C 4 2x ø230mm, 2x270x270mm

    Cooking zones C 6 3x ø230mm, 3x270x270mm

    Power regulation C Stepless power regulator, pilot

    light for each zone

    Material C Ceramic cooking hob. All outer

    surfaces of stainless steel

    Weight with package C 4 Approx. 95 kg

    Weight with package C 4 22 Approx. 145 kg

    Weight with package C 4 24 Approx. 155kg

    Weight with package C 6 Approx. 140 kg

    Weight with package C 6 22 Approx. 190 kg

    Weight with package C 6 24 Approx. 200 kg

    Weight without package C 4 Approx. 60 kg

    Weight without package C 4 22 Approx. 110 kg

    Weight without package C 4 24 Approx. 120 kg

    Weight without package C 6 Approx. 85 kg

    Weight without package C 6 22 Approx. 135 kg

    Weight without package C 6 24 Approx. 145 kg

    Package dimensions WxDxH C 4 860x920x1050 mm

    Package dimensions WxDxH C 6 1260x920x1050 mm

    Electrical connection See installation drawings

    Operation conditions Normal commercial kitchen con-

    ditions, temp.over 0°C

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