Cecilware BC2 Coffeemaker user manual

Tank Capacity (US gal.)

(2x)12/24/36

Height (includes 4 legs)

Width (+ 2for "water connection)

Cups/Brew Cycle

Ship Weight lbs.

FAST START-UP PROCEDURE

Turn on power to the Brewer.

The Brewer will automatically start filling. After 6 minutes the filling cycle will stop.

Allow approximately 20 minutes for the brewer to reach full brewing temperature (197'-203').

When the GREEN READY LIGHT comes ON the brewer is ready to brew the next batch of coffee.

2. Turn Warmer Switch to the ON position. The Warmer Switches also double as CYCLE STOP switches.

3. Place coffee in the Funnel. See COFFEE BREWING INSTRUCTIONS for the recommended amount.

Place funnel in the machine.

4. With Funnel and Carrier in place activate GREEN BREW switch.

INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Warranty is void if the Brewer is connected to any Voltage other than the Voltage specified on the data label of the Brewer.

UNPACKING AND INSPECTION

Carefully unpack the Brewer by cutting the straps and lifting the carton off the Brewer.

ASSEMBLY AND SET-UP

The Brewer is shipped complete with:

DESCRIPTION

Adjustable legs

Carriers complete with Faucets and Covers

Funnels with sample Filter pack

BC1, 301, 120, 240

Remove carriers from Brewer, one has the four (4) legs packed inside. Install legs by tilting Brewer on its back and screwing the legs into the threaded leg supports on bottom.

WATER HOOK UP

The National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) requires the following for NSF approved installation:

1. A quick disconnect water connection or enough extra coiled tubing (at least 2x the depth of the unit) so that the Brewer can be moved for cleaning underneath.

2. An approved flow-back prevention device such as a double check valve to be installed between Brewer and water supply.

WATER CONNECTION

The Brewer comes equipped with a inch compression water inlet fitting located in the back. Use a inch copper tubing to connect the Brewer to a cold water supply. Water pressure should be: 20 PSI min. to 90

PSI max. An external shut-off valve and a water filtering system with a charcoal filter are highly recommended.

Turn water supply on and check for leaks at the water inlet connections, tighten compression fitting if necessary.

ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS

A terminal block inside the base compartment is provided for electrical connections. Opening for field conduit connections are provided in the bottom and the back of the base.

To access the Terminal Block, loosen the 2 screws on the side of the base cover. Disengage base cover from rear panel by lifting base cover up and lifting back towards rear panel.

Power Cord CE202 Optional ?

RECOMMENDED WIRING SIZES

Single: BC1, BC301, BC120, BC240

Twin: BC2, BC302

Single (1) Phase

1. Neutral (N) and Ground Wires to be 14 AWG Minimum.

2. Field wiring must be suitable for 75 C.

3. Use Copper wire only for all power supply connections.

INITIAL PRIMING Filling of Tank

The BC Brewers are shipped with the Thermostat in the OFF position. Do not turn Thermostat to the ON position until the Brewer has been fully primed. a. Turn water supply on and check for leaks at the water inlet connections. Tighten compression fitting if necessary. b. Turn on power to the Brewer. The Brewer will automatically start filling. After 6 minutes the filling cycle will stop and the thermostat should be turned clockwise to the full ON position. Allow approximately 20 minutes for the brewer to reach full brewing temperature (197'-203').

When the GREEN READY LIGHT comes ON the brewer is ready to brew the next batch of coffee.

NOTE: Before proceeding further, make sure the sample Filter pack has been removed from the

CHECKING BREW CYCLE OUTPUTS.

The BC-Series brewers are factory preset to d