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WATER LOGIC ® INTERNATIONAL WL2000 Technical Manual

WL2000 Technical Manual

WATER LOGIC ® INTERNATIONAL WL2000 Technical Manual
WATER LOGIC ® INTERNATIONAL WL2000 Technical Manual
WATER LOGIC ® INTERNATIONAL WL2000 Technical Manual
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WATER LOGIC ® INTERNATIONAL 2 WL2000 Technical Manual - Issue 1, November 2007

WL2000 Technical Manual - Issue 1, November 2007

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INDEX

Operational information

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Operational Instructions

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Sanitizing the Machine

Cleaning a Waterlogic Machine

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WL2000 Exploded Diagram (Floor Standing Models WLHCW2000/WLCW2000)

 

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WL2000 Electrical Wiring Diagram Hot and Cold

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WL2000 Electrical Wiring Diagram Cold and Ambient

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WL2000 Electrical Wiring Diagram Cold Only

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OPERATIONAL INFORMATION

WL 2000

The WL2000 is available in three options:

  • a) Cold & Hot

  • b) Cold & Ambient

  • c) Cold Only

When reading this manual, note the differences between the options and focus on the particular sections that concern the unit installed.

DIRECT CHILL SYSTEM

The direct chill system is manufactured from 304 Stainless Steel which is non- corrosive and inert. The cold water temperature is preset at the factory at approximately 5 degrees C, this being ideal temperature for a cold drink. The capacity of the direct chill system is of 400 ml. The direct chill system, unlike other reservoir systems, reduces the amount of water stored in the machine. The direct chill system is controlled by a thermostat that is set at the factory. The factory set point is marked at the back of the machine by asmall dot.

HOT TANK

WATER LOGIC ® INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONAL INFORMATION WL 2000 The WL2000 is available in three options: a)

The hot water tank has a 1.5L capacity; it is manufactured from 304 stainless steel and is heated by an 800 watt heating element. Temperature of the Hot Tank is controlled by a thermostat and it is preset at the factory at approximately 87 degrees C. this being the ideal temperature for instant drinks. A BI-metal overload thermostat is fitted to stop the tank over heating and is reset manually. Setting the hot water temperature at 87 degrees C also helps stop scale forming in the Hot Tank. A special polyphosphate filter can be fitted at customer’s request.

AMBIENT WATER CIRCUIT

This water circuit filters the water. No further cooling or heating is done to the water in this option. The temperature of the water will be the same as the temperature of the water that comes out of the building water supply and the ambient room temperature.

FILTERS

The WL 2000 is fitted with a GAC twist filter as standard. This filter arrangement will remove a whole range of contaminates e.g. chlorine, pesticides.There are many kinds of different filter combinations available from Waterlogic to suit local water conditions.

PCB

The PCB (Printed Circuit Board) is the control unit for the WL2000; it is responsible for the selection and dispensing of water. (24V dc). The PCB drives an LED which informs the user of the status of the unit. The PCB has a power on indicator and also indicates the user what option of water is currently selected by changing colour. Cold water will always be as a default option, hot water must be selected and then dispensed.

COMPRESSOR

The compressor operates at 220-240V and at 50Hz. It uses R134a non-Ozone depleting refrigerant gas. There is also the option to use Natural refrigeration gas. The compressor is controlled by an electromechanical thermostat that controls the temperature of the water in the direct chill unit.

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WATER PIPE AND FITTINGS

All water connection fittings are made by the John Guest Company and are approved to NSF standard 41. The machine is connected the water supply by a 1/4” female bulkhead fitting.

The entire internal water circuit and all the components which come in contact with water are food grade NSF / WRAS approved.

WATER VALVES

Dispensing of water to the customer is achieved by means of a 24V DC electrical solenoid valve. The valves are energized every time a customer pushes the dispense button for a drink. DC voltage is used to give a positive and quieter action of the solenoid valve.

PLASTIC PANELS

The moulded panels are made from ABS plastic. All the ABS plastic panels are UV resistant and incorporate the heat

retardant standards of CE and UL

Please note that the machine should not be exposed to direct sunlight as it is a

.. machine designed for interior use only. Placing machines in direct sunlight from a window, or close to a radiator, or on

in a room of high ambient temperature will effect the efficiency of the refrigeration circuit.

PRE DELIVERY INSPECTION PROCEDURES (PDI)

  • 1. Unpack and carry out a visual inspection of the unit for any transit damage.

  • 2. Remove the top cover and the lower front panel and visually inspect the internals of the machine for any wires or pipes that may have come loose in transit.

  • 3. Connect the water supply.

  • 4. Ensure the switch on the rear of the machine is in the off position and connect the unit to a power supply.

  • 5. The unit is now live and suitable safety precautions should be taken.

  • 6. Flush water through the hot tank first until the water runs clear of any carbon fines. Approximately 15 litres (for machines with hot water options only).

  • 7. Now flush water through the Direct Chill cooling coil. Approximately 5 litres.

  • 8. Once you are sure that water is running through both the cooling and heating circuit then turn on the heat and compressor switch at the rear of the machine.

  • 9. Carry out a visual inspection for any water leaks.

    • 10. The hot water will heat to approx 87 deg C.

    • 11. To test the direct Chill water wait until the compressor has shut off. Extract a further 1 litre of water and allow the compressor to recover again. Test the 2nd cup of water taken. It should be between 3 and 7 deg C.

    • 12. Inspect the cold water produced for clarity and taste. If required flush more water to remove any adverse taste or carbon fines.

    • 13. Return the switch to the off position and isolate the power and water to the machine.

    • 14. Drain the hot tank and direct chill coil.

    • 15. Replace all panels, clean the machine and repack the machine.

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MAIN PARTS LAYOUT

IN (Water) SOLENOID STANDARD VALVE CARBON FILTER HOT COLD TANK TANK OPTIONAL FILTER FAUCET CONDENSER OUT
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURES

Important notice: This procedure should only be carried out by an engineer or staff trained by Waterlogic International or an approved distributing agent.

  • 1. Site the machine as close to the electrical and mains drinking water supply as possible with a 50mm air gap at both sides and back of the machine. Mount the machine on a firm flat surface so that it cannot topple over. Please remember that the machine should not be exposed to direct sunlight or heat sources above 32 degrees C.

  • 2. It is advisable that the water supply and electrical supply be within 2 meters of the machine for ease of installation.

  • 3. Level the machine using the adjustable feet.

  • 4. Remove the top cover of the machine. If you are installing a freestanding machine also remove the lower front cover. This is retained by two screws located under the front edge at the bottom of the cover and two clips in the same location. Remove the screws and push clips up to release.

  • 5. Make the water connection using an installation kit. Waterlogic recommends the use of a pressure reducing valve and a non return valve. These should be fitted before the water intake to the machine. Minimum operating pressure for the machine to work suitably is 1.5 bar, while the maximum operating pressure is of 3 bar.

  • 6. Please flush the water supply pipe until it runs clear, before making the water connection to rear of the machine.

  • 7. The power lead is located in a recess on the top packing cover of the machine regardless of whether it is a mini or a free standing model. Inspect the electrical socket. Inspect machine plug and cable for any transit damage. Now plug the power lead into the back of the machine. As soon as you plug the machine into a suitable power supply voltage will be available to the PCB and solenoid valves and you can now start to flush water through the machine. Do not at this point turn on the red heater and compressor switch at the rear. This switch should only be turned on once the hot tank is filled with water.

  • 8. Both the hot and cold temperatures are factory set at 87 degrees C for hot and 5 degrees C for cold. It is not possible to adjust the hot temperature, but the cold temperature can be adjusted by regulating the thermostat situated at the back of the machine. This thermostat is set at a specific point at the factory. This point is marked out by a small dot situated on the outside of the thermostat. It is advised that you do not adjust the cold thermostat past the factory set point of 5 degrees C as this may result in the direct chill system freezing.

  • 9. If installing a hot and cold model, do the following. Alternatively go to point 10. Select the hot water option and press the dispense button to start flushing water through the machine filter and hot tank. The filter will produce carbon fines at first and the water may have a black appearance. Continue to flush for 5 minutes or 10 litres of water until it runs clear.

    • 10. Select the cold water option and press the dispense button and flush for 5 minutes or 10 litres of water through the direct chill system. If you are installing a cold only machine then flush for 10 minutes. This will generate the filter and clean any residual water from the machine.

    • 11. Check the machine for any water leaks and ensure that the fittings are secured properly.

    • 12. Once you are satisfied that water is passing through both the hot and cold tank successfully then turn on the heater/compressor switch at the back of the machine.

    • 13. The hot water will heat to 87 degrees C.

    • 14. The direct chill system will start cooling immediately. It is suggested that once the compressor is working, the installation engineer should wait for the compressor to stop working. Once this happens he should extract one litre of water from the machine. At this point the compressor will restart. Once the compressor stops again, the water should be cold and ready to drink. This will take approximately 20 minutes depending on the temperature of the supply water.

15.If you wish to test the water temperature then please ensure that you use an accurate previously calibrated thermometer.

16.Please ensure that the cold water produced has a good taste. If you detect a plastic taste then it is an indication that the machine needs to be flushed again.

17.Check the machine to make sure it is electrically safe.

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Operating the machine is very simple. Firstly, place a cup in the dispense area. Then simply select the drink of your choice and press the dispense button until your cup is filled to the required level.

HOT and COLD LED Cold Hot Option Option

HOT and COLD

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COLD WATER:

 
Push cold water button the LED shows green.

Push cold water button the LED shows green.

Push dispense Button, cold water will be dispensed.

Push dispense Button, cold water will be dispensed.

HOT WATER:

HOT WATER:
Push hot water button the LED shows red.

Push hot water button the LED shows red.

Dispense Push dispense button, hot water will be dispensed.

Dispense

Dispense Push dispense button, hot water will be dispensed.

Push dispense button, hot water will be dispensed.

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NOTE: Default mode is cold water

 

COLD WATER:

 

COLD and AMBIENT

COLD and AMBIENT Push cold water button the LED shows green.

Push cold water button the LED shows green.

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LED Cold Ambient Option Option Push dispense Button, cold water will be dispensed.

Push dispense Button, cold water will be dispensed.

AMBIENT WATER:

 
Push ambient water button the LED shows red.

Push ambient water button the LED shows red.

Dispense Push dispense button, ambient water will be dispensed.

Dispense

Dispense Push dispense button, ambient water will be dispensed.

Push dispense button, ambient water will be dispensed.

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NOTE: Default mode is cold water

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, PLEASE TAKE EXTRA CARE WHEN DISPENSING HOT WATER.

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, PLEASE TAKE EXTRA CARE WHEN DISPENSING HOT WATER.

WATER LOGIC ® INTERNATIONAL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Operating the machine is very simple. Firstly, place a cup

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INSTALLATION KIT

2 meters black 1/4” pipe, PRV set at 3 bar 0r 42 psi, Non return valve, Customer Handbook, Anti-flood device - Allow 1 Hour

The machine must be installed according to the local guidelines.

Waterlogic strongly recommend that a pressure reducing valve set at 3 bar and a non-return valve be used on all machine installations.

The WL2000 should not be connected to water supplies of unknown bacterial quality or those that are not already fit for human consumption. The machine should only be connected to a Potable drinking water supply.

The filter on the WL2000 model must be changed every 6 months. The direct chill system should also be flushed and sanitized every 6 months. Waterlogic International strongly recommends the use of an anti-flood device.

The following are a series of pictures of the recommended parts to be used when installing the WL 2000.

WATER LOGIC ® INTERNATIONAL INSTALLATION KIT 2 meters black 1/4” pipe, PRV set at 3 bar

Fig 1. Anti-flood device

WATER LOGIC ® INTERNATIONAL INSTALLATION KIT 2 meters black 1/4” pipe, PRV set at 3 bar

Fig 2. Pressure reducing Valve

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Fig 3. Non return valve

MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING

NOTES:

• Allow 45 minutes for the full servicing of the unit. Only trained personnel should repair and service a Waterlogic 2000.

To santise or descale a machine with a Waterlogic twist filter it is necessary to mix a solution of either descaler or santizer in a dummy filter cartridge to flush it into the machine. Please ensure no descaler enters the cold or sparkling tanks. Santitant and descaler must be flushed into the system down stream of any Carbon filter installation, otherwise the filter will remove the sanitant or descaler being used.

Waterlogic recommend the use of sterilizing solution, vending machine surface cleaner, and Bacterial Wipes. Please do not use any abrasive or cream surface cleaners.

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FREE STANDING MODELS

Maintenance / 6 Month Service Procedure

The following instructions are for a full option free standing machine (Hot & Cold)

Every six months the filters should be changed.

A machine with the hot water option may require removing any Calcium build-up, depending on local water conditions.

  • 1. Isolate the power to the machine, by turning off the switch from the back of the machine and removing the plug from the socket.

  • 2. To access the filters, undo the screws and release the clips located in front of the lower front panel and remove panel to gain access to interior of machine. This is a high voltage area and the machine should be isolated from the power supply.

  • 3. There is no need to turn off the water supply; the water is automatically isolated when you remove the filter.

  • 4. To remove the Waterlogic filters, twist anti-clockwise (left) and replace with a new Waterlogic twist filter.

  • 5. Remove, check and inspect the blue faucet nipple and if it is cracked or has Calcium build up, replace it. Please ensure that you use cleaning gloves when handling parts that come in direct contact with the drinking water.

  • 6. Unscrew the top cover by removing the two screws which keep it in place. Remove the top cover by lifting it from the sides and the back. This again is a high voltage area.

  • 7. Inspect the electrical and water connections of the machine.

  • 8. De-scale the hot tank.

  • 9. Replace the top cover.

    • 10. Check the air gap around the machine to ensure it is not blocked.

    • 11. Turn on the red switch, on the back of the machine.

    • 12. Close the front of the machine and the top of the machine by fitting the panels back to their original position.

    • 13. Flush ten litres of hot water and ten litres of cold water through the machine to ensure that the filters are generated and the water is running clear of any carbon fines.

    • 14. Turn on the green switch and allow the machine to cool and heat the water.

    • 15. Taste the water and check the machine is clean and functions to the customer’s satisfaction. If you are not satisfied with the quality of the water, flush two more litres of water through the machine.

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MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING

Maintenance / 6 Month Service Procedure

MINI MODELS

The following instructions are for all WL2000 mini machines (Hot & Cold)

Every six months the filters should be changed.

A machine with the hot water option may require removing any Calcium build-up, depending on local water conditions.

  • 1. Isolate the power to the machine, by turning off the switch from the back of the machine and removing the plug from the socket.

  • 2. To access the filters, undo the screws located at the back of the top cover and remove the top cover.

  • 3. There is no need to turn off the water supply; the water is automatically isolated when you remove the filter.

  • 4. To remove the Waterlogic filters, twist anti-clockwise (left) and replace with a new Waterlogic twist filter.

  • 5. Remove, check and inspect the blue faucet nipple and if it is cracked or has Calcium build up, replace it. Please ensure that you use cleaning gloves when handling parts that come in direct contact with the drinking water.

  • 6. De-scale the hot tank.

  • 7. Inspect the electrical and water connections of the machine.

  • 8. Replace the top cover 9. Check the air gap around the machine to ensure it is not blocked.

    • 10. Reconnect the power to the machine and flush 10 litres of water through both the hot tank and the direct chill coil.

    • 11. Turn on the red switch, on the back of the machine and allow the water to heat and cool.

    • 12. Taste the water and check the machine is clean and functions to the customer’s satisfaction. If you are not satisfied with the quality of the water, flush more water through the machine.

PARTS REQUIRED FOR 6-MONTH SERVICE

Quantity

Part Number

Description

 
  • 1 PU-4052

Waterlogic Twist Filter (GAC)

 
  • 1 PU-4029 (UK)

De-Scaler Non Toxic (Hot & Cold models only)

There are many options of different filter combinations available from Waterlogic to suit local water conditions (e.g. Sediment, GAC different micron rating, Carbon Block, Ultra Filtration).

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SANITIZING THE MACHINE

1. You will need to have an Ametek filter housing to follow this procedure. Also sanitizer, disposable rubber gloves, and bacterial wipes or spray.

2. Mix a solution of sanitizer in the Ametek filter housing.

  • 3. Turn off the water supply to the machine and release the internal water pressure by depressing the dispense button momentarily and remove the water supply pipe.

  • 4. Isolate the power to the machine.

  • 5. Bypass the internal twist filter to avoid mixing sanitizing solution with the active carbon.

  • 6. Connect the outlet of the Ametek housing to the inlet of the machine and connect supply water pipe to the inlet of the Ametek housing.

  • 7. Turn on the power and water supply to the machine.

  • 8. Depress the blue dispense button until the sanitation fluid starts to flow out of the faucet nipple.

  • 9. Allow the sanitation fluid to stand in the machine for 20 minutes.

    • 10. Do not let any sanitation fluid enter the hot tank.

    • 11. Then flush the cold water until the water runs clear of sanitizer.

    • 12. Again isolate the water to the machine and release any internal water pressure now isolate the power.

    • 13. If this procedure is being done in conjunction with the 6 monthly services then change the filter.

    • 14. Remove the Ametek filter housing from the back of the machine and re-connect the water supply pipe to the back of the machine. Reconnect the filter.

    • 15. Turn on the power and water flush the machine until the water runs clear.

    • 16. Visually inspect water connections for any leaks.

    • 17. Remove the faucet nipple and inspect to see if there are any cracks, scratches or lime-scale build up on the nipple, if so then replace it. After inspection the nipple it is OK then sterilise it and put back using clean rubber gloves.

    • 18. Remove and clean the drip tray, and grill. If the grill is damaged or heavily stained and you are unable to clean it then it is advisable to replace the grill.

    • 19. Wipe all surfaces around the drip tray and faucet nipple area with a bacterial wipe or spray.

    • 20. Return the drip tray to position.

    • 21. Flush a further 15 litres of water if you have changed the filter and ensure there are no carbon fines and all sanitation fluid has been removed from the water system.

    • 22. All personnel should be aware of the company requirements for their own personal health and hygiene.

    • 23. Test for taste before leaving and ensure that the water quality of the machine is adequate.

NNOOTTEESS::

• Only trained personel should repair and service a Waterlogic 2000.

• To santise or descale a machine with a Waterlogic twist filter it is necessary to mix a solution of either descaler or santizer in a dummy filter cartridge to flush it into the machine. Please ensure no descaler enters the cold tank. Please ensure that no sanitizer enters the hot tank. Santitant and descaler must be flushed into the system down stream of any Carbon filter installation, otherwise the filter will remove the sanitant or descaler being used.

• Check with your local water authority for any special requirements.

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CLEANING A WATERLOGIC MACHINE

  • 1. It is recommended to clean the machine at least once per week. The cleaning cycle may be required more often depending on the amount of use of the machine and the surrounding environment.

  • 2. Turn off the power at the wall socket and remove the power cord at the rear of the machine.

  • 3. Please wear clean rubber gloves to carry out the cleaning functions.

  • 4. Remove the top cover and replace the blue faucet nipple. Clean and soak the removed nipple in sterilizing solution ready for the next cleaning cycle. Discard any faucet nipples that are cracked, or split. Be careful not to drip water on the PCB.

  • 5. Remove and clean the drip tray assembly.

  • 6. Clean all machine surfaces with non-abrasive vending machine cleaner/sanitizer.

  • 7. Replace the drip tray.

  • 8. Wipe the faucet nipple and all plastic surfaces with a anti Bacterial Wipe.

  • 9. Turn power on and check for correct operation.

PARTS REQUIRED TO CLEAN A MACHINE

Rubber Gloves, Paper Towel, Surface Cleaner, Blue Faucet Nipple Bacterial Wipes, A Replacement Drip Tray if Required - Allow 15 minutes

TROUBLESHOOTING

The following is a list of different problems that may be found while installing and operating the WL 2000.

NO FLOW OF WATER: In this case, make sure that there is a water supply to the machine and is turned on. Please ensure that the Waterblock is reset if fitted. Ensure that the filter is twisted in all the way home into the head, otherwise the valve inside the filter head will not be opened. Check to see that the filter is not blocked with sediment.

THERE IS FLOW FOR THE HOT WATER, BUT NO FLOW FOR THE COLD WATER: This may be a result of the water inside the direct chill mechanism being frozen. Ensure that the thermostat is set at the factory setting. Disconnect the power mains from the back of the machine and allow the ice inside the direct chill coil to melt.

WATER DISPENSED BY THE MACHINE IS NEITHER HOT NOR COLD: Make sure that the heater/compressor switch at the back of the machine is on. This switch powers the heating coil and the compressor. If it isn’t on, there will be no heating or chilling in the machine

THE POWER INDICATOR IS NOT ON: Make sure that the machine is plugged in correctly and that the switch is on. If the machine is properly set up, then remove the top cover of the machine and check the fuse on the back of the machine.

BAD TASTE: Flush the machine for a period of 15 minutes. If the bad taste persists contact your authorised service provider.

LOW FLOW OF COLD WATER: If this happens in the cold water circuit, there may be a problem with freezing. Please refer to point number 2 and follow the instructions

LOW FLOW OF WATER FOR ALL CIRCUITS OF THE MACHINE: Ensure that the filter is not blocked. The filter may require changing.

LOW FLOW OF HOT WATER. Indicates that the hot tank needs to be de-scaled.

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HOT WATER IS COLD: If all the electrical connections are fitted properly, there is a chance that the overload mechanism has been triggered. In this case, isolate the power supply to the machine, remove the upper and lower front panels to gain access to the hot water tank. On the side of the hot tank there is a manual reset button for the overload mechanism. Press the button and reassemble all the panels. Reconnect all the power supplies and make sure that the machine continues to heat up the water as normal.

COLD WATER IS WARM: Make sure that you are not testing the ambient option. Check the thermostat is at the set point. Make sure the machine is not in direct sunlight or a room with a high ambient temperature (32 C +). Ensure the heater/compressor switch is on. If none of the prior then assume standard refrigeration fault finding procedures.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

SAFETY

Waterlogic International is not liable for any damage that could affect, directly or indirectly, any person or property as a consequence of:

  • 1. Incorrect installation

  • 2. Incorrect use of the machine

  • 3. Unsuitable electrical and water supply

  • 4. Major short-coming of maintenance

  • 5. Technical interventions or alterations of unauthorised nature

  • 6. Adoption of non-original spare parts

Waterlogic has a policy of constant and continues improvement and, therefore, reserves the right to change specifications without prior notice.

 

FLOOR STANDING MODELS

MINI / WORKTOP MODELS

Description

WLHCW2000/WLCW2000

WLMHC2000/WLMCW2000

Width Depth Height

345W x 367D x 1030H

345W x 367D x 480H

Water Connection

1/4" Hose

1/4" Hose

Cold Water Temp

5 - 12°C

5 - 12°C

Hot Water Temp

87°C

87°C

Weight

24kg/22kg

22kg/20kg

Power Supply

230Volt / 50Hz

230Volt / 50Hz

Control & Unit

4.2 Amp

4.2 Amp

Heater

800W

800W

Refrigeration Gas R134a

61g

61g

Min/Max Water Pressure

1.5 - 3.5 bar

1.5 - 3.5 bar

Recommended Water Pressure

3 bar

3 bar

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ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION

PRODUCT/MODEL DESCRIPTION

ENERGY COMSUMPTION IN NORMAL OPERATION

MAXIMUM NOISE LEVEL

WL2000

Kilowatt/Hours (KwH)

Decibles

Cold Only

0.38

0.2

Cold & Ambient

0.38

0.2

Hot & Cold

1.53

0.4

NOTE: This information is provided as guidance only. Energy consumption will be effected by incoming water temperature, room - temperature and usage patterns.

END OF LIFE

NON EU COUNTRIES

At the end of this products life, can please ensure that it is disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner which is in line with your Country requirements/guidelines.

WEEE (EU ONLY)

WATER LOGIC ® INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION PRODUCT/MODEL DESCRIPTION ENERGY COMSUMPTION IN NORMAL OPERATION MAXIMUM NOISE LEVEL

Please be aware that our products are covered by the Waste Electrical and Electronic (WEEE) directive (2002/96/EC). The symbol shown above denotes that the product should not be disposed of with general/household waste. Please contact your supplier/service agent who will arrange for the collection and disposal of this product.

BioCote®

(ANTI-MICROBIAL SOLUTION)

For your added protection this Waterlogic product has been treated with BioCote®.

BioCote is a silver based anti-microbial agent which releases silver ions from any material that has been coated or impregnated with it. Silver is a natural anti-microbial, which has been used for many centuries for its abilities to aid in preservation, especially in water systems.

The silver ions are added to materials at the manufacturing stage. The silver ions cause functions in bacteria to break down. This results in the bacteria being unable to reproduce and therefore inhibiting bacterial growth.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT BioCote®:

WHY USE BioCote®? BioCote® will help reduce the risk of cross-contamination. You may not want to think about it, but every surface in the working environment is a potential breeding ground for Bacteria.

HOW IS IT APPLIED? BioCote® is applied via an additive into the manufacturing process and will therefore be present throughout the moulded or painted parts.

HOW LONG WILL BioCote® LAST? BioCote® will last for the usual life expectancy of you water dispenser. It will not wear or wash out with use or cleaning.

WHAT BACTERIA’S IS BioCote® EFFECTIVE AGAINST? BioCote is effective against most common bacteria’s, moulds and fungi.

PLEASE NOTE: BioCote® is a second line of defence, it is not a replacement for your normal cleaning and sanitisation processes. For further information on BioCote®, please contact WLI (UK) Technical Department.

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NOTE: The machines sold in the UK present a different standard filter configuration than the rest of the world. UK uses Waterlogic filters with part numbers PU-4029 and the corresponding filter head PU-4022.

Item

Part Number

Description

 
  • 1 PU-4028

1/4” to 1/4” Bluk Head Fitting

 
  • 2 PU-4031

1/4” PE Tube

 
  • 3 PU-4045/PU-4022

Twist Filter Head

*4

N/A

Twist Filter

 
  • 5 PU-4011

1/4” Equal Tee

 
  • 6 PU-4016

Solenoid Valve

 
  • 7 PU-4008

1/4” Equal Elbow

 
  • 8 CT-2053

Direct Chill Cooling Coil

 
  • 9 PU-4007

5/16” to 1/4” Reducing Elbow

 
  • 10 PU-4039

5/16” PE Pipe

 
  • 11 PL1011-1

S/S Insert for Faucet

 
  • 12 PL1012

Faucet

 
  • 13 CT-2007

Faucet O-Ring

 
  • 14 PU-1013

Nipple

 
  • 15 PU-1013-G

Faucet Gauze

 
  • 16 HT-3019

1.5 Litre Hot Tank with Heating Element

 
  • 17 PU-4064

5/16” Silicone Tube

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Item

Part Number

Description

 
  • 1 PU-4028

1/4” to 1/4” Bluk Head Fitting

 
  • 2 PU-4031

1/4” PE Tube

 
  • 3 PU-4045/PU-4022

Twist Filter Head

*4

N/A

Twist Filter

 
  • 5 PU-4011

1/4” Equal Tee

 
  • 6 PU-4016

Solenoid Valve

 
  • 7 PU-4008

1/4” Equal Elbow

 
  • 8 CT-2053

Direct Chill Cooling Coil

 
  • 9 PU-4007

5/16” to 1/4” Reducing Elbow

 
  • 10 PU-4039

5/16” PE Pipe

 
  • 11 PL1011-A

S/S Insert for Faucet

 
  • 12 PL1011

2 Hole Faucet

 
  • 13 CT-2007

Faucet O-Ring

 
  • 14 PU-1013

Nipple

 
  • 15 PU-1013-G

Faucet Gauze

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Item

Part Number

Description

 
  • 1 PU-4028

1/4” to 1/4” Bluk Head Fitting

 
  • 2 PU-4031

1/4” PE Tube

 
  • 3 PU-4045/PU-4022

Twist Filter Head

*4

N/A

Twist Filter

 
  • 5 PU-4016

Solenoid Valve

 
  • 6 PU-4008

1/4” Equal Elbow

 
  • 7 CT-2053

Direct Chill Cooling Coil

 
  • 8 PU-4007

5/16” to 1/4” Reducing Elbow

 
  • 9 PU-4039

5/16” PE Pipe

 
  • 10 PL1011-A

S/S Insert for Faucet

 
  • 11 PL1012

1 Hole Faucet

 
  • 12 CT-2007

Faucet O-Ring

 
  • 13 PU-1013

Nipple

 
  • 14 PU-1013-G

Faucet Gauze

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WL2000 PARTS LIST

MINI/WORKTOP MODELS WLMHC2000/WLMCW2000

Item

Part Number

Description

 
  • 1 ST-8134

F/S Side Panel

 
  • 2 PL-1147

Front Hatch Panel

 
  • 3 LP-7085

Button Label H&C

 
  • 4 PL-1153

Silicone Keymat H&C

 

PL-1100

Silicone Keymat C only

 
  • 5 PL-1152

Drip Tray Grill

 
  • 6 PL-1151

Drip Tray Body

 
  • 7 PL-1146

Drip Tray Insert Panel

 
  • 8 PL-1011

Faucet H&C

 

PL-1012

Faucet C only

*9

N/A

Filter

 
  • 10 PU-4045/PU-4022

Filter Head

 
  • 11 ST-8138

Filter Bracket

 
  • 12 PU-4016

Solenoid Valve

 
  • 13 PL-1150

Top Cover

 
  • 14 EL-5018

Power Transformer

 
  • 15 ST-8136

Upper Base

 
  • 16 HT-3019

1.5 Litre Hot Tank with Heating Element

  • 17 N/A

 

Hot Tank Insulation

 
  • 18 CT-2053

Direct Chill Cooling Coil

  • 19 N/A

 

Cold Tank ESP

 
  • 20 CO-9008

Domestic Filter Dryer

 
  • 21 PU-4028

1/4” x 1/4” Bulk Head Fitting

 
  • 22 CO-9026

Compressor

 
  • 23 ST81-37

Down Base

 
  • 24 ST-8016

Rubber Feet

 
  • 25 ST-8134

F/S Side Panel

 
  • 26 CO-9027

F/S Condenser Grill

 
  • 27 ST-8135

Stand Back Panel

 
  • 28 CT-2054

Thermostat (Cold)

 
  • 29 EL-5004

Switch (Red)

 
  • 30 EL-5011

Fuse Holder

 
  • 31 EL-5009

Fuse

 
  • 32 EL-5001

Power Cord Europe

 

EL-5013

Power Cord UK

 
  • 33 HT-3012

Thermal cut-out 105°C (Manual)

 
  • 34 HT-3013

Thermal Thermostat 87°C

 
  • 35 EL-5029

Power Socket

 
  • 36 EN-6085

Display PCB H&C

 

EN-6086

Display PCB Cold only

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WL2000 PARTS LIST

FLOOR STANDING MODELS WLHCW2000/WLCW2000

Item

Part Number

Description

 
  • 1 ST-8134

F/S Side Panel

 
  • 2 LP-7085

Button Label H&C

 
  • 3 PL-1147

Front Hatch Panel

 
  • 4 PL-1153

Silicone Keymat H&C

 

PL-1100

Silicone Keymat C only

 
  • 5 PL-1152

Drip Tray Grill

 
  • 6 PL-1151

Drip Tray Body

 
  • 7 PL-1146

Drip Tray Insert Panel

 
  • 8 PL-1011

Faucet H&C

 

PL-1012

Faucet C only

 
  • 9 PL-1149

Front Down Insert Panel

 
  • 10 PL-1148

Front Down Panel

*11

N/A

Filter

 
  • 12 PU-4045/PU-4022

Filter Head

 
  • 13 ST-8138

Filter Bracket

 
  • 14 PU-4016

Solenoid Valve

 
  • 15 PU-4024

Filter Clip 3”

 
  • 16 PL-1150

Top Cover

 
  • 17 EL-5018

Power Transformer

 
  • 18 ST-8136

Upper Base

 
  • 19 HT-3019

1.5 Litre Hot Tank with Heating Element

  • 20 N/A

 

Hot Tank Insulation

 
  • 21 CT-2053

Direct Chill Cooling Coil

  • 22 N/A

 

Cold Tank ESP

 
  • 23 CO-9008

Domestic Filter Dryer

 
  • 24 PU-4028

1/4” x 1/4” Bulk Head Fitting

 
  • 25 CO-9026

Compressor

 
  • 26 ST81-37

Down Base

 
  • 27 ST-8016

Rubber Feet

 
  • 28 ST-8134

F/S Side Panel

 
  • 29 CO-9027

F/S Condenser Grill

 
  • 30 ST-8135

Stand Back Panel

 
  • 31 CT-2054

Thermostat (Cold)

 
  • 32 EL-5004

Switch (Red)

 
  • 33 EL-5011

Fuse Holder

 
  • 34 EL-5009

Fuse

 
  • 35 EL-5001

Power Cord Europe

 

EL-5013

Power Cord UK

 
  • 36 HT-3012

Thermal cut-out 105°C (Manual)

 
  • 37 HT-3013

Thermal Thermostat 87°C

 
  • 38 EL-5029

Power Socket

 
  • 39 EN-6085

Display PCB H&C

 

EN-6086

Display PCB Cold only

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DESCRIPTION

Hot solenoid valve Cold mode switch

Hot mode switch Water out switch Transformer Cold Thermostat Hot Thermostat

MARK

SOL 2

SW1

SW2

SW3

T

TH1

TH2

DESCRIPTION

Thermostat for overheat Hot water heater Display LED Motor for compressor Power Fuse Main power switch Cold solenoid valve

MARK

0V

H

LED

MC

PF

PS1

SOL 1

POWER SOURCE AC220V/50Hz PF MAIN PCB R BK WH SOL1 COLD GND SW1 LED SW2 DC24V
POWER SOURCE
AC220V/50Hz
PF
MAIN PCB
R
BK
WH
SOL1
COLD
GND
SW1
LED
SW2
DC24V
PS1
COLD MODE
HOT MODE
BK
BK
READY
I
YELLOW
R
R
COLD
I
GREEN
W
SOL2
HOT
R
HOT
I
RED
TH1
DC24V
T
R
R
AC24V
BK
R
R
SW3
WATER OUT
AC220 AC24V
R
0V
BK
R
BK
NOTE
TH2
R = RED
BK = BLACK
GND
BR = BROWN
WH = WHITE
H
HC
GND
AC220V
AC220V
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DESCRIPTION

Cold mode switch Ambient mode switch

Water dispense

Transformer

Cold Thermostat

MARK

SW1

SW2