Cola Factory Maintenance

Guides to looking after your equipment

The cleanliness of your CCE dispensing equipment is the key to serving good quality soft drinks. This tutor is designed to help you keep your equipment in the best possible condition.

Please choose a guide from the navigation on the right.

If you need help, have questions or wish to obtain your Hygiene and Clean Care System Kit, please contact the National Customer Service Center - 08705 33 66 99

Please note, if customers do not follow the guidelines set out in this website tutor, Coca-Cola Enterprises Limited does not accept any responsibility for breakdown or failure of any part or whole of dispense equipment and correct drink mix howsoever caused.

Cleaning the dispense valve

step Step 1 of 14

To reassemble, push nozzle back into place and twist nozzle into lockingposition using spanner.

Cleaning the dispense valve

step Step 2 of 14

Wash hands thoroughly before commencing cleaning procedure.

Cleaning the dispense valve

step Step 3 of 14

Use spanner provided to twist off nozzle.

Cleaning the dispense valve

step Step 4 of 14

Pull out diffuser.

Cleaning the dispense valve

step Step 5 of 14

Clean diffuser in hot running water with nozzle diffuser brush.

Cleaning the dispense valve

step Step 6 of 14

With diffuser removed, clean nozzle housing with brush and hotwater.

Cleaning the dispense valve

step Step 6 of 14

With diffuser removed, clean nozzle housing with brush and hotwater.

Cleaning the dispense valve

step Step 7 of 14

Clean nozzle in hot running water with double ended brush provide.

Cleaning the dispense valve

step Step 8 of 14

To reassemble, push nozzle back into place and twist nozzle intolocking position using spanner.

Cleaning the dispense valve

step Step 9 of 14

Wipe dispenser with a clean lint free damp cloth.

Cleaning the dispense valve

step Step 10 of 14

Clean out drip tray.

If fitted, flush out waste tube and empty bucket.

Cleaning the dispense valve

step Step 11 of 14

Remove handbar valve nozzle and clean with double ended brush.

Clean handbar with stiff bristle brush using hot water.

Cleaning the dispense valve

step Step 12 of 14

Wash hands thoroughly before commencing cleaning procedure.

Cleaning the dispense valve

step Step 13 of 14

Wash brushes thoroughly in hot water and dry with lint free cloth.

Cleaning the dispense valve

step Step 14 of 14

Store cleaning equipment in draw string bag and hang in convenient place using hook provided. Make sure the cleaning kit is kept clean.

Remember - switch the electrical supply back on.

Checking the recommended drink temperature

step Step 1 of 2

Pour a fresh drink into a clean glass and immerse temperature tester to line for 15 seconds. Remove it and check temperature box.

Checking the recommended drink temperature

step Step 2 of 2

If upper box is green, the temperature is correct.

If lower box is green, refer to the trouble shooting guide.

Keeping the condenser grill clear

step Step 1 of 1

Clear dust and debis from grill with a stiff dry brush.

Ensure an unobstructed airflow around the cooler.

Checking and changing the CO2 cylinder

step Step 1 of 6

The amount of CO2 remaining is indicated by the dial. Always change the cylinder just before the needle reaches the red ('empty') zone. The CO2 pressure regulator system is covered by current legislation. Coca-Cola Enterprises or authorised suppliers must undertake periodic inspections of the regulators on the customers behalf as required by this legislation.

Checking and changing the CO2 cylinder

step Step 2 of 6

To change the CO2 cylinder, shut off valve by turning white knob clockwise.

Checking and changing the CO2 cylinder

step Step 3 of 6

Then disconnect empty cylinder using only the metal spanner provided.

Checking and changing the CO2 cylinder

step Step 4 of 6

Secure new cylinder in an upright position with strap or chain.

Checking and changing the CO2 cylinder

step Step 5 of 6

Before reconnecting the CO2 hose, check that the sealing washer is in place, then tighten the nut with metal spanner provided.

Checking and changing the CO2 cylinder

step Step 6 of 6

Slowly open valve to release gas by turning white knob anti-clockwise. When hissing stops, open valve fully. Regularly check condition of all hose connections for cuts, abrasions and splits. Store all cylindres upright, in a secure place away from heat sources. Always handle with care. If in doubt, call service provider.

Changing the bag-in-box

step Step 1 of 6

When box is empty, unscrew red connector from bag-in-box and rinse in hot water.

Changing the bag-in-box

step Step 2 of 6

Check 'Best Before Date'. Push in tab A of new box. Pull out tab B to reveal valve.

Never use out of date stock.

In the interests of diabetics, it is essential that products containing sugar are not mistakenly connected to the 'Diet-Coke' line.

Changing the bag-in-box

step Step 3 of 6

Slide out valve and secure with tab B as shown.

Changing the bag-in-box

step Step 4 of 6

Remove dust cap from valve.

Changing the bag-in-box

step Step 5 of 6

Fit red connector to new bag-in-box by turning clockwise.

Ensure connector is fitted securely.

Changing the bag-in-box

step Step 6 of 6

If fitted, auto-changer valves should be cleaned with a clean lint free damp cloth.

Bag-in-box Post-mix syrup dilution ratios

Based on 7 litre bag-in-box Post-mix syrup

'Coca-Cola' and 'Diet-Coke'
Dilution Ratio: 5.4 to 1
Net Rtdl: 44.8 litre
Net Floz: 1576
4oz Serves per box: 394
16oz Serves per box: 113
(including 2 oz of ice)


'Schweppes' Lemonade
Dilution Ratio: 7.5 to 1
Net Rtdl: 59.5 litre
Net Floz: 2094
4oz Serves per box: 524
16oz Serves per box: 150
(including 2 oz of ice)

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