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CONTAINS CE CONFORMITY DECLARATION - CONTAINS CE CONFORMITY DECLARATION - CONTAINS CE CONFORMITY

O F F I C I N E
PESCE
OFFICINE PESCE S.n.c.
Reg. Giarone - 14051 Bubbio (AT)
Tel. 0039.0144.83385 - Fax 0039.0144.83455
www.officinepesce.com
E-mail: info@officinepesce.com

OPERATION AND
MAINTENANCE
MANUAL

PG 97/M4
S E M I - A U T O M AT I C C O R K I N G
AND FILLING MACHINE

Read this manual carefully before


CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE
(for machines not included in attachment IV)

O F F I C I N E
PESCE
The manufacturer
OFFICINE PESCE S.n.c.
Reg. Giarone - 14051 Bubbio (AT)
Tel. 0039.0144.83385 - Fax 0039.0144.83455

CERTIFIES
that semi-automatic corking and filling machine described in this manual:

Model PG 97/M4

Serial number

Year of construction

Voltage V Frequency Hz

to which this certificate applies, complies with the principal safety requirements
contained in EEC Machinery Directive 98/37,
EEC Directive 89/336 relating to electromagnetic compatibility,
EEC Directive 73/23 relating to low tension.

UNI EN 292/1
UNI EN 292/2
UNI EN 294
CEI EN 60204

This certification is rendered invalid by any modifications carried out on the machine
without the manufacturer’s authorisation

Manager
(Giuseppe Pesce)

Bubbio (AT), ________________ _____________________


Preface

This manual provides all the information you require to operate and maintain your
machine. Its efficiency and endurance will depend on the quality of maintenance
and care in its utilisation.

Before leaving the production facility, this particular model was subjected to
stringent checks to guarantee maximum reliability, however, it will be necessary to
check that no structural damage occurred to the machine during transport that
could prejudice its functioning and safety.

This manual forms an integral part of the machine and must therefore accompany
the machine for the duration of its life.
Should the manual be lost or damaged, a replacement copy must be requested
from OFFICINE PESCE.

The technical information contained in this manual is the property of OFFICINE


PESCE, and are therefore confidential.
It is prohibited by law to make copies of the plan drawing, text or illustrations, or
parts thereof.
Certain details shown in the illustrations in this manual may differ from your
machine, and some components may have been omitted to improve the clarity of
the illustration.
For ease of reference, the manual has been sub-divided into sections, identifiable
by a particular graphic symbology.

The subjects discussed in the manual are those specifically required by “EC
Directive 98/37” and later amendments, and the technical specifications are those
supplied by the manufacturer at the time of compilation of the manual.

This manual should be stored in a place where it will be accessible for all
machine operating and maintenance staff.

The Court of ASTI (Italy) is the competent body in the case of any disputes.

OFFICINA PESCE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE


Our technicians are completely at your disposal
to assist with any problems

Telefono 0039.0144.83385 Fax 0039.0144.83455

The manual must accompany the machine whenever it is sold

© Copyright OFFICINE PESCE


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Edition 05/2004
Index

1 Information section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
1.1 Identification of main components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
1.2 Manufacturer identification data ....................3
1.3 Identification plates .............................4
1.4 Expected uses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1.5 Environmental conditions required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1.6 Noise levels ..................................5
1.7 Technical specifications ..........................6
1.8 Storage .....................................6
1.9 Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
1.10 Guarantee ...................................8
1.11 Persons authorized to operate the machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
1.12 Accessories supplied with the machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

2 Safety section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
2.1 Safety information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
2.2 Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
2.3 Safety labels and signs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
2.4 Safety and protection devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
2.5 Residual risks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
2.6 Applicable directives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
2.7 Reference regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

3 Transport and installation section


3.1 Transporting
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
3.2 Placement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
3.3 Electrical connection of the machine and pump . . . . . . . . . 25
3.4 Connection of start pedal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
3.5 Pneumatic connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
3.6 Connection of the wine suction pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
3.7 Start-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
4 Operation section
4.1
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Description of the controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
4.2 Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
4.3 Location of the operator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
4.4 The work cycle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
4.5 Jamming or breakage of the cork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
4.6 Unexpected electrical interruptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
4.7 Stopping the machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

5 Maintenance section
5.1
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Informative notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
5.2 General safety rules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
5.3 Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
5.4 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Information
Section 1

1
1.1 Identification of the main components
(Machine exterior)

J 7

A
A
9 2
3
8
4
K

01) Cork collection tray


02) Corking unit
03) Command button panel
04) Bottle support tray
05) Start pedal
06) Pivot wheels
07) Liquid collection tank
08) Bottle support trays
09) Filler tap
10) Wine inlet solenoid valve
11) Tray start levers
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(Internal view with front cover removed)

L P

N M O

12) Electrical panel (accessed by removing the back cover)


13) Corking unit ratio-motor
14) Tray lifting pneumatic cylinders (filling area)
15) Tray lifting pneumatic cylinder (corking area)
16) Pedal activated corking tray lifting solenoid

1.2 Manufacturer identification plate

OFFICINE PESCE Snc


Regione Giarone
14051 - BUBBIO (AT) ITALIA
Tel. 0039.0144.83385
Fax 0039.0144.83455
www.officinepesce.com

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1.3 Machine identification plate / EC Mark

The Certificate of Compliance supplied by the manufacturer of the electrical


panel is stored in the technical file at the OFFICINE PESCE offices.

OFFICINE PESCE
MODEL
SERIAL No.
YEAR OF MANUFACTURE
Volt Hz Weight Kg
BUBBIO (AT) Italy
Tel. 0039.0144.83385 - Fax 0039.0144.83455

(Located on the machine body)

The Certificate of Compliance supplied by the manufacturer of the electrical panel


is stored in the technical file at the OFFICINE PESCE offices.

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1.4 Expected uses

This particular model of machine has been designed and built and protected for
use in filling and corking of bottles containing only still wines (non sparkling).

• The bottles must be of the following specifications:


- material: glass
- minimum capacity: 0,37 litres
- maximum capacity: 2 litres

• The corks must be of the following specifications:


- material: cork
- minimum diameter: 24 millimetri
- maximum diameter: 28 millimetri
- mimum height: 35 millimetri
- maximum height: 50 millimetri

Any use other than that specified, or the use of materials of different size or of dif-
ferent type are considered INAPPROPRIATE.
The machine is in any case intended for professional industrial use.

1.5 Environmental conditions required

To ensure proper operation of the machine, it must be placed under shelter from
the elements (rain, hail, snow, mist, dust in suspension, etc), with an ambient
temperature of between 5ºC and 45ºC and relative humidity not exceeding 70%.
The work area must be clean, adequately lit and clear of explosive gasses.

1.6 Noise level

The phonometric tests carried out on this particular model gave an acoustic
radiation pressure of:

Lpa < 70 db

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1.7 Technical specifications

Weight Kg 250
Height mm 2100
Width mm 1600
Depth mm 600
Pneumatic feed bar 4 ÷ 6

1.8 Storage

Open the mobile guards and remove all the foreign materials from the machine,
then clean the surfaces.
With the aid of a paintbrush, coat all the mechanical parts, including the fixing
devices, with a protective lubricant, to be removed with an alkaline degreaser
(Sodium Hydroxide) before a possible re-installation.
Lubricate the mechanical parts.
Coat the surfaces with a protective lubricant.
Assemble the parts and fix them on suitable pallets, referring to the delivery
packing list and keeping to the machine transporting instructions.
Spread packets of hygroscopic salt with Silica Gel around the pallets.
Store in a sheltered area, protected from the elements and with a temperature of
between 0ºC and 40ºC, placing the parts so as to avoid dust accumulation.

1.9 Disposal

Disposal occurs at the end of the machine’s life cycle, which under normal
operating and maintenance conditions has a life span of more than ten years.

When disposing the machine at the end of its life cycle, all the components must
be disposed of in appropriate rubbish dumps in keeping with the legislation in
force.
Recover any used oils and deliver them to the applicable collection centres.
Before disposal, plastic or rubber parts, as well as electrical and electronic
components must be separated.
The parts made entirely of plastic, aluminium and steel can be recycled if taken to
appropriate collection centres.

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1.10 Guarantee

OFFICINE PESCE guarantees this model of machine for a period of 12 months


from the date of purchase indicated on the receipt issued by the supplier or the
manufacturer at the time of delivery.

The guarantee expires in the case of repairs being carried out by unauthorised
third parties, or where equipment or accessories are used that are not supplied,
recommended or approved by OFFICINE PESCE, or where it is ascertained that
the machine’s serial number has been removed or altered during the guarantee
period.

OFFICINE PESCE undertakes to repair or replace, free of charge during the


guarantee period, any parts that prove to be manufacturing faults.
The repairs are undertaken exclusively at our premises or at a Technical Assistance
Centre indicated by us, and are on a Free Port basis (transport costs for the user’s
account, unless otherwise agreed).

The guarantee does not include possible cleaning of the moving parts.

Defects not directly attributable to materials or manufacturing will be checked


exclusively at our premises or at a Technical Assistance Centre indicated by us.
Should the complaint prove to be unjustified, all repair and/or replacement costs
shall be for the purchaser’s account.

The purchase receipt must be shown to the technical staff carrying out the repairs,
or must accompany the machine sent for repairs.

The guarantee in any case excludes accidental damage caused by transport,


negligence or improper treatment, incorrect use non compliant with the warnings
contained in the instruction booklet and, in any case, by any phenomena
unrelated to the normal operation or use of the machine.
OFFICINE PESCE denies any responsibility for possible injury to persons or
damage to property caused by incorrect operation or improper use of the
machine.

The Court of Justice of ASTI is the competent body in the case of any disputes.

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1.11 Persons authorised to operate the machine

After having received all the required instructions contained in this manual, the
following are the only people that may work on the machine:

- Safety Manager
The safety Manager, according to European Directive 89/391 EEC (Workplace
Safety) acknowledged in Italy as Decree Law of 12/11/1994, is responsible for
safety measures and risk prevention in the company.

The Safety Manager will ensure that all persons operating the machine have
received all the relevant instructions contained in this manual.

- Operator
The operator must have experience, obtained under the guidance of expert staff.
He may only carry out those operations specifically allocated to him in this manual.
Operation of the machine by untrained persons is to be avoided under no
circumstances whatsoever.

- Mechanical Maintenance Technician


The mechanical maintenance technician must have general engineering experience,
as well as specific experience on this model of machine.
He may only carry out those operations specifically allocated to him in this manual.

- Electrical Maintenance Technician


The electrical maintenance technician must have general electrical panel experien-
ce, as well as specific experience of the electrical panel and the electrical compo-
nents on this machine.
He may only carry out those operations specifically allocated to him in this manual.

- Manufacturer
For any other operation not specified in this manual or assigned to a person other
than the abovementioned, OFFICINE PESCE must be contacted.

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1.12 Accessories supplied with the machine

1) A No. 24 spanner for raising the bottle support tray

2) Set of Allen keys

3) Replacement spring for corking unit chain


4) Replacement spring for corking unit insert

5) N° 6 spacers for filling unit spouts

1 2 3 5

D 5

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Safety
Section 2

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2.1 Safety information

In terms of Law 626/94, the Safety Manager is obliged to inform the workers
regarding the risks related to the utilisation of the machine.
In addition, he is obliged to arrange for the training of workers until they are able
to ensure their own safety and that of others.

A lack of respect for the basic rules and precautions could result in accidents during
the operation, maintenance or repair of the machine. Accidents can often be avoi-
ded by recognising potentially dangerous situations before they occur. The opera-
tor must be aware of potential dangers and must have the necessary training,
ability and tools to carry out the tasks correctly.

OFFICINE PESCE cannot under any circumstances be held accountable for


accidents or damages resulting from the utilisation of the machine by inadequately
trained staff, or staff that utilise the machine incorrectly, as well as the full or
partial non-observation of the safety rules and operating procedures contained in
this manual.

The safety precautions and warnings are contained in this manual as well as on
the product itself.
If these danger messages are ignored, the operator could have with serious
consequences for himself and others.

The safety messages are indicated using the following symbology:

Warning!
Non-observance of these warnings could cause injuries to the operator.

Beware!
Non-observance of these warnings could cause damage to the machine.

OFFICINE PESCE can not foresee every conceivable situation in which there may
be a potential hazard.
The warnings in this publication and on the product are not all inclusive.
In the event that instruments, procedures, work methods or technicians not
specifically recommended by OFFICINE PESCE are employed, it is necessary to
ensure that there is no danger for oneself or others.

Use only original PESCE spare parts


OFFICINE PESCE declines any responsibility where
non-original spare parts are used.
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2.2 Safety instructions

Warning!
The following instructions cannot prevent all possible dangers that could be
encountered when operating the machine. They must be supplemented by the
common sense and experience of the operator, these being the only sure way to
avoid accidents.
Additional safety instructions, specific to the various operations, are listed in
each section.
• During specific operations, the presence of a technician assistant may be
required.
This is allowed only if the assistant and the operator work together in full view
of each other. The responsible operator must however check that the assistant is
working in conditions of safety.
• If an unexpected operation or intervention is being carried out, following a
procedure not included in the manual, OFFICINE PESCE must be consulted
prior to proceeding.

A
• No person, other than the operator, or animal may be allowed within the
operational range of the machine at any time.
• In the case where the Client installs an accessory not supplied by OFFICINE
PESCE on the machine, a check must be carried out to ensure compliance with
the safety conditions required by EEC Machine Directive 98/37. In any case,
OFFICINE PESCE denies liability for possible problems resulting from the use of
this part.
• The machine must not be operated in a corrosive or explosive environment.
• Keep the machine clear of foreign objects such as debris, oil, tools and other
objects that could damage the machine’s operation and cause injury to persons.
• Floors that are oily, wet or greasy can be the cause of accidents. Clean and dry
floors immediately of any liquid or grease patches that occur during any work
carried out on the machine.
• Avoid using flammable or toxic solvents such as petrol, benzene, ether or
alcohol for cleaning.
• Avoid prolonged contact with the solvents and inhalation of their fumes.
Avoid their use in proximity of open flames or heat sources. Ensure adequate
ventilation.
• Prolonged overloads or breakdowns can cause overheating of the electric
motors and electrical equipment, resulting in the emission of harmful fumes.
Switch off the power immediately and do not approach the machine without first
having eliminated such fumes by means of adequate ventilation.

F • In case of fire, never use jets of water on the machine, but rather a CO2 fire
extinguisher. CO2.

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• Whenever compressed air is used to clean the machine, the operator, any
assistant and the maintenance technician must wear protective clothing, safety
goggles and masks to protect them from possible flying debris.
As required, safety gloves and boots, and hearing protection when the acoustic
radiation pressure in the workplace exceeds 85 db (A) must be used.
M Wear appropriate working clothes.
In the case of long hair, wear an appropriate hairnet to avoid the risk of
entanglement.

• Responsibility for the various activities involved in the machine’s operations must
be clearly established, as indicated in the chapter “People authorised to operate
the machine”.

• The manual must always be kept at hand so that it can be consulted to check the
correct operating cycle whenever in doubt.
Should this manual be lost or damaged, a replacement copy must be requested
from OFFICINE PESCE.

• Structural damage, modifications, changes or improper repairs can change the


machine protection capacity, and will therefore render this certification null and
void.
Only OFFICINE PESCE technicians may carry out any modifications.

• Remember that whenever a red warning light comes on, it indicates a fault in the
machine and therefore, the type of fault must be identified prior to proceeding.

• During maintenance operations on the machine, a notice stating “MACHINE


MAINTENANCE IN MAINTENANCE IN PROGRESS – DO NOT START” must be placed on the
PROGRESS - DO machine, preferably on the control panel.
NOT START

• When undertaking an authorised specific intervention of a specialised technical


maintenance nature, inspection or repair, the appointed person may need to
deactivate (partially or totally) some of the safety devices, and open or remove
protective guards. It is his personal responsibility, on completion of the task, to
restore the operation of these safety devices and related guards.

• It is forbidden to climb on the machine.

• Do not touch electric wires, switches, buttons, etc. with wet hands.

• On the control panel there is a red, mushroom head emergency button that will
stop the Class 0 machine as required by UNI-EN60204.

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2.3 Safety labels and signs

Labels containing safety signs and/or messages are applied to the machine.

Warning!
Ensure that all safety messages are legible.
Clean the labels using a cloth, soap and water. Never use solvents, diesel oil or
petrol.
Replace damaged labels, obtainable from OFFICINE PESCE.
If the label is on a machine part that is being replaced, ensure that a new label
is applied to the replacement part.

Warning!
The wearing of cut resistant/non-slip gloves and safety mask are compulsory.

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ATTENZIONE
TOGLIERE LA TENSIONE
PRIMA DI APRIRE LO
SPORTELLO
ATTENTION
COUPER LA TENSION AVANT
D’OUVRIR LA PORTE
BE CAREFUL
CUT THE TENSION BEFORE
OPENING THE DOOR
ATENCIÒN
DESCONECTAR LA TENSIÓN
ANTES DE ABRIR LA
PUERTECILLA

1
3 2 1

2 3
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2.4 Safety and protection devices

Emergency button (STOP)

The emergency button stops all movement of the machine, but does not interrupt
the voltage to the electrical panel.

Main switch is lockable by


means of an electrical cabinet
door lock

Plexiglas head protector

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Fuses

Magneto-thermal switches

Warning!
The components indicated are of particular importance for safety. In case of fai-
lure or wear, their replacement must be carried out using parts provided or
authorised by the manufacturer.

Do not tamper with the safety micro switches.


The protection covers must never be removed while the machine is operational.

While the machine is operational, the abovementioned covers must be correctly


fitted as shown in the photographs.

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2.5 Residual risks

The detailed Risk Analysis undertaken by the manufacturer, stored in the technical
file, has enabled the elimination of the majority of risks related to the machine
utilisation conditions.
The manufacturer recommends strict compliance with the instructions, procedures
and recommendations contained in this manual, as well as to the safety regulations
currently in force, including the use of safety devices, both those fitted to the
machine and the personal ones.

Warning!
As a precautionary measure in the interests of safety, the operation of safety
devices must be checked regularly.
It is strictly forbidden to carry out any mechanical, electrical or pneumatic
modifications, so as not to create additional dangers or unforeseen
consequential risks.

The residual risks on the machine are as follows:

Lack of adequate lighting


If the machine is located in a dark area, provide a 24Volt portable lamp (only for
maintenance purposes).

Electrical risks during maintenance caused by the need to work “live”.


In terms of Presidential Decree 547/55, only trained staff is permitted to work
“live”, and then only with double insulation to earth.

Warning!
Before connecting up to the power supply, ensure that the AC current at the
installation point does not exceed that shown on the circuit breaker switches. If
this is not the case, the user must provide, at his expense, appropriate limiting
devices.

Risk of improper utilisation in the presence of explosive or flammable


substances
We remind the user that the machine is not designed as a class AD in terms of CEI
64/2. It must therefore not be utilised in areas containing liquid substances that
can vaporise at ambient temperatures or flammable powders and gas.

Risks of operating in a humid environment


Respect the limitations described in this manual, under section 1.5 Environmental
conditions required.

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Risks while transporting the machine
It is recommended that the machine or its parts be slung by the points provided,
lifted with appropriate means to the minimum required height and moved at slow
speed, checking that the people assisting in the operation are at a safe distance
from the item being moved. Before moving, ensure that the passages are clear and
that there are no loose objects on the machine. It is important that the lifting and
moving equipment is operated by someone qualified for this, so as to avoid
sudden movements, or movements which could be dangerous to people in the area
who are assisting with the transport.

Risks of faults on indicator, safety, protection and emergency stop circuits


In the case of circuit failure, the safety and indicator circuits, the accident
prevention protection and emergency stop systems may not function. For this
reason, it is advisable to carry out periodic checks of their functionality.

Prohibition signs on the machine


As a result of the risks and their identification, the manufacturer has applied a
series of danger and/or warning signs and stickers on the machine, as required
by the regulations governing the graphic symbols to be utilised on machinery.
The user is required to replace the stickers/safety signs/warnings that become
illegible from wear or damage.

Warning!
It is expressly prohibited to remove the safety stickers and/or warning signs
from the machine.
The manufacturer denies any responsibility for the safety of the machine where
this provision is disregarded.

Warning!
Exposure of persons to the moving parts of the machine may create dangerous
situations for their safety.
It is strictly prohibited to start the machine up until the fixed protection devices
supplied have been properly installed.
It is strictly prohibited to tamper with or remove and guards fitted to the
machine.

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2.6 Applicable directives

The following directives apply to the machine described in this manual:

- EEC 98/37 Machines directive

- EEC 89/336 Electromagnetic compatibility directive

- EEC 73/23 Low tension directive

2.7 Reference regulations

Illumination
NFX35-003 - DIN 5035

Transport
UNI 6720 - UNI 9151

Controls and indicators


UNI EN 418 Emergency stop
Functional aspects: design principles.

EN 60204-1 Machine safety. Machine electrical


equipment. General rules.

UNI EN 457 Auditory danger signals.

PrEN 954/1 Control system parts relating to safety.


General design principles.

Protection
UNI EN 294 Safety distances to prevent upper limbs from coming within
reach of danger zones.

UNI EN 292-1/2 Basic concepts of machine safety and general.

PrEN 953 General requisites of guard design.


Fixed and movable guards.

PrEN 547/1/2/3 Dimensions of the human body. Principles for determining


apertures for access to a machine.

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Electrical system
EN 60204-1 Machine safety. Electrical equipment on machines.
General rules.

Pneumatic system
PrEN 983 Safety requirements for pneumatic systems.

Noise
UNI 7712 Assessment of noise in work areas.

DL 277/91 Legislative decree relating to measures for


the reduction of noise emissions (89/188/EEC).

Electromagnetic compatibility
89/336/CEE European directive relating to electromagnetic compatibility.

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Transport and
installation
Section
3

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3.1 Transport

It is the Customer’s duty to ensure that the strength of the support surface is
sufficient to carry the weight of the machine. (Weight 250 Kg).

Lift and move the machine using a lift trolley.


Insert both forks of the lift trolley at the points indicated in the picture.

When moving the machine using a lift trolley, raise the load 200mm from the
ground and tilt it backwards.
Take into account the height of the work area when lifting loads.
Before starting to move, ensure that the passage is clear and that there are no loose
objects on the machine.
Before attempting to move the machine, the following initial preparations must be
carried out:
• check that the machine is released from the floor
• remove all the removable parts
• block all moving parts to avoid damage in transit
• utilise lifting equipment that is adequate for the stated weight
• empty the wine tank completely

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3.2 Placement

Beware!
Before commencing with the placement, a preliminary visual scan of the
machine must be carried out to identify any damage sustained during the
transport stage.

In the case where one or more components appear damaged, it is essential to


proceed with the installation, while informing the manufacturer about the problem
encountered and arranging for the necessary action to be taken.
The machine will function within the expected technical parameters, as long as it is
correctly placed and/or fixed to the workshop floor, ensuring stability during its
operation.
During cleaning operations, the cleaning staff must be equipped with gloves and
protective overalls.

Warning!
Only suitably trained and experienced persons may carry out electrical
connections.

3.3 Electrical connection of the machine

- Insert the electrical plug of the wine suction pump (not supplied) into the
appropriate outlet.
A) Plug with blue cap into single-phase.
B) Plug with red cap into three-phase.
- Insert the machine’s electrical supply plug into the appropriate outlet.

NB: the supply voltage and frequency must be the same as those indicated on the
EC Mark label (C).

A B

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3.4 Connection of the start pedal

- Connect the bottle corking unit’s start pedal by inserting the appropriate plug
into outlet (D) on the side of the machine.

3.5 Pneumatic connection

Warning!
Connection to the pneumatic system must be carried out by specialised
personnel, in accordance with the provisions of the laws relating to safety and
accident prevention in the workplace. During the connection operation, the
appropriate personal protective equipment must be utilised.

To ensure the correct operation of the machine, the pneumatic supply system must
be able to supply at least 0.3 litres per second of compressed air at a pressure of
4 – 6 bar.

The size of the pipe supplying the line must be at least 3/8”.

Connect at the point indicated by the arrow in the picture.

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3.6 Connection of the wine suction pump

Insert and fasten the machine’s suction pipe (not supplied) to point (E) shown in the
figure.

Warning!
The pump’s plug must be inserted into the outlet mounted on the machine (see
section 3.3).

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3.7 Start-Up

Having completed all the connections described in the previous section, start the
machine and immediately check that the motor’s direction of rotation is the same
as that shown by the arrow on the motor, which is visible with the front cover
removed.

If this is not so, stop the machine immediately and invert the phase wires.

Check that the electric motor does not overheat.

Check that all the machine units are correctly fitted, aligned with the drive shafts,
connected and securely fixed.

Check that all the utilities, both electrical and pneumatic, are correctly connected.

Check that there are no mechanical problems, foreign objects in the machine’s
operating range, end-of-run or incorrectly placed guards.

Check the safety systems: accident prevention and emergency accessories, control
devices.

Check that the working area is clear of obstructions (cables, pipes, etc.) that could
be a hindrance and a danger for the workers.

Ensure that the main control panel, the indicator lights and the correlation between
command and action function correctly.

Adjust the pressure of the pneumatic system.

Warning!
The electrical and pneumatic and hydraulic connections must be made by
persons qualified to assemble and maintain the machine, and they must be
provided with the necessary personal protective equipment.

Check that there are no air leaks at the joins, valves and filters.

The assembly and adjustment of equipment must be carried out with the
machine stopped and with power sources deactivated.
In order to avoid any danger to people or damage to the machine, before
starting any activity related to adjusting or setting up the machine and
equipment, ensure that the work area is free of people or tools and that there
are no hindrances.

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Fill the upper container (A) with corks.
Ensure a constant supply of corks by viewing through the appropriate spy-hole (B).

• The corks must be of the following specifications:


- Material: cork
- Minimum diameter: 24 millimetres
- Maximum diameter: 28 millimetres
- Minimum height: 35 millimetres
- Maximum height: 50 millimetres

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Disconnect the cable from connector (C).

Remove lid (D) and carefully clean the upper reservoir (E) using products that
conform with directives applicable to foodstuffs.

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Operation
Section 4
Operators and maintenance staff must be adequately informed about the
characteristics and performance of the machine, as well as the facilities at their
disposal (user and maintenance manual) for finding out everything they need to
know about operating the machine and/or carrying out the repairs and
maintenance that they are responsible for.

Warning!
Utilisation of the machine by unauthorised persons is forbidden.
Operators and maintenance staff carrying out approved activities on the
machine must be adequately trained in the use of personal protective equipment
such as safety shoes and gloves, which allow them to avoid the dangers arising
from those activities.

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4.1 Description of the controls

7 7

2 3 4

01 White pilot light VOLTAGE PRESENT


On permanently means that there is voltage at the machine
02 Selector 0 -1 CORKING UNIT
At position1, pressing pedal (8) starts the bottle corking cycle
03 Selector 0 - 1 PUMP
At position1 the wine suction pump starts up (not supplied)
04 Selector 0-1 VACUUM PUMP (optional)
At position1 the vacuum pump starts up, which removes the air remaining in
the bottle between the wine and the cork
05 EMERGENCY button
When pressed, all machine activity is stopped
06 CORKING UNIT START pedal
When depressed, the machine inserts the cork into the bottle
07 Start lever for filling unit tray

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4.2 Adjustments

Warning!
Ensure that the floor of the working area is free of oil stains.
There must be no foreign bodies on the machine.

The spacers (A) on all taps can be replaced with others of different heights. By
varying the height of the spacers, the wine level inside the bottle can be adjusted.
4 spacers are supplied with the machine.

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By undoing nut (B) in the figure, the bottle support trays can be turned to raise or
lower their level.
Adjust the tray height according to the height of the bottle, keeping in mind that
there must be a 15 mm gap between the top of the bottle and the corking unit.

15 mm

By loosening knob (C), the bottle-centring unit (D) can be adjusted backwards or
forwards within the corking area.

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By loosening the two nuts (E), the cork insertion punch (F) can be adjusted
up/down.
In order to carry out this adjustment, the Plexiglas guard must be removed by
undoing the holding screws.

E
E
F

Warning!
On completion of the adjustment operation, replace the Plexiglas guard, fixing
it with the safety screws.

4.3 Placement of the operator

Warning!
During the work cycle there may be two operators present, one to load bottles
onto the support trays and one to do the corking.

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4.4 The work cycle

Warning!
The operator must ensure that there are no other persons or animals in the
operating field.
There must be no foreign objects on the machine.

• The emergency button must be released

• Turn the main switch to the “I” position. The white pilot (1) light will light up
indicating the presence of voltage at the machine.

• Turn selector (2) CORKING UNIT to position 1

• Turn selector (3) PUMP to position 1

• If selector (4) VACUUM PUMP (optional) is pressed to position 1, the air


remaining in the bottle between the wine and the cork will be removed

• Place the bottles on the trays and pull the tray lifting levers

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The bottles are automatically filled with wine.
When the bottles are full, the levers must be pushed in the opposite direction to
lower the trays.

The bottles can be removed one at a time and placed on the trays in the corking
section.

Remove hands from the bottle and press the pedal to insert the cork.

Release the pedal and remove the corked bottle.


Insert another bottle.

Warning!
The use of non-slip cut resistant gloves is recommended.

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On termination of the work cycle, the wine holding tank can be drained by means
of tap (Y) shown in the figure.

4.5 Jamming or breakage of the cork

If, during the corking operation, a cork should become jammed or break, the
following procedure should be followed:
- Switch off the supply of power to the machine by setting the main switch to the
“0” position.

I
0

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- Undo the holding screws and remove cover (A).

- Undo the two side screws and remove cover (B).

- Manually rotate the drive shaft fan (C) in the opposite direction to that shown
by the arrow. This serves to open the jaws of the corking unit.

- Remove the damaged cork from the corking unit.


- Replace the motor fan safety cover.
- Correctly replace cover (A), locking it in place by means of the holding screws
removed earlier.
- Turn the main switch to the “I” position
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4.6 Unexpected electrical interruptions
An unexpected voltage surge, a short circuit or overheating of the motor may cause
a trip-out of the power to the machine, brought about by the following devices:
Thermal relays
When one of these devices trips, proceed as follows:
- Switch the machine off by turning the main switch to the “0” position, then open
the electrical panel.
- Wait a few minutes for the thermal switch to cool down.
- Press the red button to reset the thermal relay that tripped.
- Restart the machine according to the start-up procedure, being careful to check
for any problems could arise as a result of a mistake or accidental tampering
that may have occurred during the resetting process.
Magneto-thermal switches
When one of these devices trips, proceed as follows:
- Switch the machine off by turning the main switch to the “0” position, then open
the electrical panel.
- Reset the tripped switch.
- Restart the machine according to the start-up procedure, being careful to check
for any problems could arise as a result of a mistake or accidental tampering
that may have occurred during the resetting process.
Fuses
Inside the electrical panel there are a number fuses for the protection of the electric
motor. An excessive voltage surge could cause these to burn out. In this case, switch
the machine off by turning the main switch to the “0” position, then open the
electrical panel. Using a tester, identify the burned-out fuse and replace it with
another of the same amperage.

4.7 Stopping the machine

To stop all the machine’s operations, press the EMERGENCY button.

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Maintenance
Section 5
Beware!
Any extraordinary maintenance on the machine is carried out exclusively by the
manufacturer’s technicians.

The manufacturer recommends that an inspection service be carried out every


two years to ensure its ongoing safety.

Note!
The maintenance technician must record all
maintenance carried out on the machine in an
appropriate register.

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5.1 Informative notes

This section contains a description of the essential checks and maintenance required
to keep the machine operating properly.

Any other intervention that becomes necessary to eliminate faults or operating


problems must be specifically authorised by the manufacturer. In these cases, always
provide the machine identification information.

For significant repairs it is advisable to approach OFFICINE PESCE, whose


specialised staff is always available, has all the technological expertise gained from
the machine’s construction at the factory and can quickly take the necessary action.

For the maintenance or replacement of any commercial components fitted to the


machine, the instructions contained in the particular manufacturer’s manuals or
catalogues must be followed.

5.2 General safety rules

Maintenance activities must be carried out by specialised technicians who are


trained in the specific disciplines, which for this machine are:

• Mechanical maintenance
• Electrical systems maintenance

It is the specific duty of the Safety Manager to ensure the professionalism and
competence of abovementioned persons.

Before commencement of maintenance activities, the Safety Manager must:

- Arrange for the work area to be cleared of materials and extraneous personnel.

- Ensure that the tools required by the maintenance technician are close at hand
and in good condition.

- Check that the lighting is adequate and, if necessary, provide 24 Volt mobile
lamps.

- Ensure that the maintenance technician is equipped with the approved personal
protective equipment required for the particular operation (gloves, safety glasses,
shoes, etc.).

- Ensure that the maintenance technician has carefully read the instructions in this
manual and knows the functioning of the machine well.

Before commencement of maintenance activities, the Maintenance Technician must:

- Disconnect the electrical and pneumatic feeds from the machine, leaving it in a
safe state.

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Warning!
Should it be unavoidable to operate with the machine live and in movement, the
Maintenance Technician must maintain a safe distance and keep the stop buttons
at hand.
The main switch must be on the “O” position and locked with a padlock to
prevent inadvertent re-activation.
The key to the padlock must remain with the maintenance staff.

On completion of the maintenance, and before allowing the machine to re-enter


into service, the Maintenance Technician must check the entire work cycle, the
functioning of the safety devices and the integrity of the protection devices.

Work on the motors or other electrical components may only be carried out by the
Maintenance Electrician, appropriately trained and authorised by the Safety
Manager.

Warning!
After every completion of maintenance, the Safety Manager must ensure the
safety status of the machine and the protection devices.

During maintenance operations it is recommended that a warning sign prohibiting


operation of the machine be hung on the control panel.

Maximum reliability and minimal maintenance costs are the result of a planned
maintenance and inspection programme, scrupulously followed throughout the life
of the machine.

Always use tools in good condition and designed for the task. The use of tools that
are inappropriate and inefficient could cause serious damage.

Never interfere with the adjustment or positioning of the end-of-run micro switches,
unless absolutely necessary for repairing a fault. Tampering with them may cause
serious damage to the machine.

During disassembly, mark each part relative to the others, to ensure their correct
re-assembly later.

Before assembling a unit, always lubricate the interior parts and their contact
surfaces with a film of oil. Replace all seals and gaskets with original parts before
reassembling the components.

Always check the presence of earth connections and their compliance with
regulations.

Before starting the machine, always ensure that maintenance staff is at a safe
distance, and that no materials or tools have been left near the machine.

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5.3 Cleaning

Before commencing inspection and maintenance operations, all the dirt on the
machine must be carefully removed by means of suction and with appropriate
solvents.

Clean off all traces of stubborn dirt using a soft, dry cloth that does not leave
threads, or with a very flexible bristled brush.

If the dirt is encrusted and difficult to remove using cloths or dry brushes, use a
suitable, non-flammable liquid solvent with a low toxicity level.

Only purchase solvents appropriate for manual use.

Check the specifications provided by the manufacturer.

Warning!
Utilise cleaning solvents away from open flames and ensure good ventilation of
the area.
Avoid prolonged exposure of personnel to solvent fumes.
Disregard for these rules could cause injury to personnel.

Warning!
Do not use high-pressure jets of water for cleaning purposes.

At the end of the working cycle, remove the lid and clean the inside of the
reservoir thoroughly, utilising a product that conforms with directives applicable to
foodstuffs.

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5.4 Maintenance

Warning!
All the operations described must be carried out with the main switch in the “O”
position and locked with a padlock to prevent inadvertent re-activation.
The key to the padlock must remain with the maintenance staff.

Before commencing any maintenance or cleaning operation, put on adequate


protective clothing such as safety glasses and/or gloves, depending on the task
to be carried out.

Before commencing any maintenance operation, disconnect and lock-off all


power sources and make the machine safe. Fix a sign at the main switch:

MACHINE MAINTENANCE IN PROGRESS


DO NOT SWITCH POWER ON

Before re-starting operations, recheck the entire system in accordance with the
Start-Up procedures.
After every maintenance operation, execute a number of manual test cycles to
check that the cycle functions correctly.
Disregard for these rules could cause serious injury to personnel.
Cleaning staff is forbidden to remove machine safety devices.

Periodic Lubrication of the cork compression unit

- Undo and remove the screws holding the Plexiglas cover of the bottle-corking
unit.
Remove the Plexiglas cover (A).

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- Undo the screws shown in the figure and remove the protective cover (B).

- Lubricate the slide guides of the clamp inside the cork compression unit.

Warning!
Utilise only OENOLOGICAL GREASE FOR FOODSTUFFS.
Once this operation is completed, replace the small steel cover, as well as the
Plexiglas cover.

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Periodic Lubrication

- Remove the cover and grease the bottle-corking tension rod.

Warning!
Once this operation is completed, replace the cover, fixing it with the safety
screws.

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Spare Parts
Section 6
Components subject to wear (recommended replacement parts)

The order for spare parts can be sent via fax, using a photocopy of the attached form, via Internet
or by post.

FAX 0039.0144.83455

@ E- ma il info@officinepesce.com

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6.1 Components subject to wear and mechanical stress

Warning!
Components subject to wear by the nature of their function must be checked at
very short intervals, and replaced as soon as they show significant signs of
wear.

The manufacturer has designed and built the machine to last for a reasonable
period, keeping in mind the Customer’s normal working conditions. It is however
necessary to very carefully check all these components periodically.
If “mechanical cracks” or either permanent or cyclical structural distortions are
encountered, immediately contact the manufacturer and specialist technicians who
will take the necessary actions.

Electric cables lose their insulation properties over time, particularly if exposed to
heat, humidity and low temperatures.
Check their integrity with the help of technical experts.

All electrical components with mechanical parts that move during the work cycle
(buttons, selectors, relays, etc.) are guaranteed by the manufacturer for a certain
number of cycles, which, although high, is not unlimited.
Frequently check their condition and consult the technical experts for their possible
periodic replacement before the expiry of their guaranteed life.

To identify the replacement parts, refer to the component drawing numbers


supplied to the Customer.

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PARTS LIST

DESCRIPTION PART IDENTIFICATION

MOTOR 220 V 0,2 Hp

MOTOR 380 V 1 Hp

REDUCTION FILTER N204 D00

PRESSURE REDUCER M004R00

PUSH BUTTON PANEL 220V

PUSH BUTTON PANEL 380V

FILLING UNIT CYLINDERS 60N2A050A0160

CORKING UNIT CYLINDER 60N2A050A050

MONOSTABLE VALVE 35801502

CYCLE-START LEVER 358900

CYCLE-START PEDAL

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Notes